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    Police officers in Atlanta arrested multiple people who were demonstrating at the site of a proposed $80 million police training facility. Protesters allegedly threw rocks and a 'Molotov cocktail' at law enforcement during demonstrations on Thursday at the site in Atlanta's Intrenchment Creek Park. Atlanta Police Department Assistant Chief Darin Schierbaum said there were no injuries in the clashes. He claimed someone threw a 'glass container with an accelerant inside and a crude ignition device,' Fox5 reported. The senior cop said police detained eight people at the protests, noting that the majority of people at the demonstration had out-of-state drivers licenses. Activist groups involved denied throwing anything at police officers. Police officers in Atlanta arrested multiple people who were demonstrating at the site of a proposed woodland $80 million police training facility. Pictured: A bare-footed woman is seen being arrested by police near the site on Thursday Officers closed a road near the site, with the Fox5 news footage showing several Atlanta Police Department vehicles parked up across the road The demonstrators were part of the 'Stop Cop City' movement in...
    ISIS Beatle El Shafee Elsheikh could spend the rest of his life in a prison known as the 'Alcatraz of the Rockies,' joining notorious criminals like drug lord El Chapo, Boston bomber Dzhokar Tsarnaev, and Bonanno mob boss Vincent Basciano.  Elsheikh, 33, was convicted in Virginia on Thursday for kidnapping and killing four Americans. He was convicted on four counts of conspiracy and four counts of hostage-taking resulting in death and faces a life sentence.  He was a part of a terror group known as the Beatles, which consisted of three British ISIS members, who went by John, George and Ringo. Elsheikh was reportedly using the code name Ringo.  During the trial, three former hostages testified against Elsheikh, Mohamed Emwazi, and Alexanda Kotey. The group reportedly took hostages to demand the release of imprisoned ISIS militants or large ransoms. Some hostages were lucky enough to survive and be released after their ransom was paid, while four were not. The group filmed their killings for propaganda videos.  Elsheikh was an alleged 'important' and high-ranking member of ISIS. However, his defense attorney argued he was...
    'Cult mom' Lori Vallow is back in jail following a judge's decision that she is fit to stand trial for the murders of two of her children, 10 months after she was placed in a psychiatric facility.  Vallow, 48, was taken to the Madison County Jail in Rexburg, Idaho, by Fremont County Sheriff officers just after 1 a.m. on Thursday.  She had spent the last ten months in the custody of the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, after a jury-ordered psychological assessment determined she was incompetent to move with the trial.  On Monday, Fremont County District Judge Steven Boyce ordered court proceedings against Vallow to continue, saying she had restored competency.     Vallow and her husband, Chad Daybell, 53, are charged with multiple counts of conspiracy to commit murder and first-degree murder, among other crimes.   The charges are in relation to the deaths of 7-year-old Joshua 'JJ' Vallow, 17-year-old Tylee Ryan - two of Lori Vallow's kids - and Chad Daybell's first wife, Tammy Daybell.  The children were found buried in Chad Daybell's backyard in Idaho in 2020 after they were last seen...
    It was a surreal scene outside of the Nets practice facility Tuesday morning, just a half-mile from where a gunman opened fire on a crowded N train in Brooklyn. Helicopters buzzed around Sunset Park, searching for the runaway gunman who tossed smoke bombs, leaving behind several undetonated, and left at least 13 people injured. An employee in the lobby of the HSS Training Center was quizzing the guard about the building’s security measures, asking why the front door wasn’t locked and saying she needs to relay information to anxious co-workers. “Is this glass bullet-proof,” the woman asked. The proximity wasn’t lost on the members of the Nets, who were preparing for Tuesday night’s play-in game against the Cavaliers. The train the attack occurred on stopped at the 36th street station in Sunset Park, and when the doors opened, wounded passengers collapsed onto the platform, others ran from the train car. That subway station is the closest to the Nets’ training facility. Most of the players heard about the attack while commuting to the morning shootaround or after arriving. “It’s really...
    In a statement on the attack, Dr. Benjamin Gaither, senior pastor at the church, said, "It is truly unfortunate about the turn of events that took place during the basketball game held at our facility this weekend. We open our doors to serve our community and our goal is to provide an atmosphere conducive for enjoyment, enrichment, etc. While we can not control people, it is our hope and prayer that those who enter our facility will conduct themselves in the best manner. Our prayers go out to all those involved in this current situation." At the time of this reporting, the video below has been viewed more than 28,000 times. Fight at Lithonia, Georgia, Stronghold Christian Church\n\nThey were mad at the refereepic.twitter.com/uGpg1MSZTH — Visor (@Visor) 1649181473
    Princess Charlene of Monaco is ‘doing much better’, according to Prince Albert, who said he hopes his wife will be back in the principality ‘very soon’. The mother-of-two, who turned 44 in January, was admitted to an undisclosed treatment facility outside of Monaco in November, within days of her return to the principality following a 10-month absence in her native South Africa. Speaking to local newspaper Monaco-Matin on Thursday, Albert, 63, said: ‘Princess Charlene is doing much better, and I hope she will be back in the principality very soon.’ The prince’s comment comes three weeks after the most recent palace update, which described Charlene’s recovery as ‘continuing in a satisfying and very encouraging way’.  However the statement also added that her stay at the treatment facility would ‘still take several weeks’. Princess Charlene of Monaco is ‘doing much better’, according to Prince Albert (pictured together), who said he hopes his wife will be back in the principality ‘very soon’  Prince Albert, Princess Caroline of Hanover, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella of Monaco appear on the palace's balcony during the...
    FAMILY Dollar has issued a massive recall after 1,100 dead rodents were found in an Arkansas facility - here are these are the stores that have been affected. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said on Friday that shops in Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri and Tennessee could be impacted. 1Family Dollar has issued a recall for products in 404 stores It comes after health authorities found hundreds of rodents at a Family Dollar distribution depot in Arkansas. Inspectors visited the compound following a customer complaint in January and found live and dead rodents in "various states of decay", as well as feces, dead birds and bird droppings. After fumigating the facility, more than 1,100 dead rodents were dredged up, officials said. Authorities said products like human and pet food, dietary supplements, cosmetics, medical devices and over-the-counter drugs purchased between January and February of this year could contain traces of Salmonella and should be thrown out. Family Dollar issued a recall for 404 stores. "Families rely on stores like Family Dollar for products such as food and medicine. They deserve...
    A news helicopter zoomed in on the Washington Football Team's facility and revealed a banner with the name 'Commanders' on it, all but confirming it to be the football team's new name ahead of a planned reveal on Wednesday.  A chopper for WRC-TV in Washington, DC flew above the building Tuesday evening and got the scoop on the new name. It comes after Joe Theismann, a former quarterback for the team, inadvertently announced the new name during an interview with Damon Amendolara on CBS Sports Radio on Monday. In July 2020, the Washington NFL franchise announced that it would drop the 'Redskins' name and logo, bowing to decades of criticism that they are offensive to Native Americans.  A chopper for WRC-TV flew above the Washington Football Team's facility Tuesday evening and got the scoop on the team's new name: The Commanders Reporters aboard a helicopter zoomed in on a window to reveal a banner with the name on it The team, formerly known as the Redskins, announced their plans to change their name back in 2020, bowing down to years of pressure...
    Officials in Kazakhstan have denied that a controversial 'military biological laboratory' was seized in the recent unrest, which has so far claimed 160 lives since starting on January 2. It is not clear if the 164 deaths refer only to civilians or if law enforcement deaths are included, but the number - provided by the health ministry to state news channel Khabar-24 - are a significant rise from previous tallies.  Kazakh authorities said earlier on Sunday that 16 police or national guard members had been killed. Russian media highlighted claims that the US-funded facility near Almaty was compromised, resulting in a possible leak of dangerous pathogens.   The airport, mayor's office and secret services buildings fell briefly into the hands of rioters during a wave of protests backed by shadowy armed cells. Officials in Kazakhstan have denied claims that a US-funded bio-lab had fallen into the hands of protesters, who briefly took control of an airport, the mayor's office and secret service buildings Pictures have been released of Kazakh secret services operatives killed in the unrest. Pictured (left to right): Private Daulet...
    (CNN)Law enforcement officials were on the scene of a "major industrial accident" at the ExxonMobil plant in Baytown, Texas, early Thursday, officials said.Initial reports are that some type of explosion occurred inside the plant, Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez said in a tweet. Four people may be injured, he said, three of whom were taken by Lifeflight and one by ambulance.Residents in the area, which is about 25 miles from Houston, reported a loud explosion.ExxonMobil said a fire occurred at the facility just after 1 a.m. local time.The company said in a tweet it was coordinating with local officials and working to resolve the issue as soon as possible, but no other details were provided.Read MoreThe Baytown refinery began operations in 1920 and the chemical plant started in 1940, according to the ExxonMobil corporate site.Located along the Houston Ship Channel, the Baytown operations -- including four manufacturing sites and a global technology center -- are located on about 3,400 acres, according to the company, and employ about 7,000 people.This is a developing story and will be updated.
    A California man died after paramedics responding to his cardiac arrest refused to enter the care facility he was in because they misinterpreted an outdated COVID-19 state memo, officials said. Staff at Rialto Post Acute Facility Care in Riverside made 911 calls reporting that Joseph Angulo, 56, 'had stopped breathing' shortly before 8pm on November 11. But when Rialto Fire arrived at the center, paramedics refused to enter the facility and told staff to move the patient to the entrance instead. Frantic nurses and a police officer who also responded to the scene repeatedly told the responders they could not move Angulo as he was actively receiving CPR and on an industrial hospital bed without wheels. The paramedics reportedly claimed they 'would do the same as staff so they should hurry up and bring [Angulo] outside.'  After the first responders allegedly told staff that 'if they didn't like the rule, they should call your congressman,' Officer Ralph Ballew entered the facility and pushed the bed to the entrance as a nurse kept performing CPR. Paramedics eventually took over. Angulo was...
    The body of a missing 21-year-old man was found inside a QVC distribution facility following a 5-alarm fire that QVC officials previously said everyone involved emerged safe from. Authorities in Rocky Mount, North Carolina said search and rescue teams found the body of Kevon Ricks on the outbound side of the loading dock Sunday morning.  The blaze ripped through the building Saturday morning just after 2 a.m. Fire officials said 75 percent of the structure was destroyed from the fire.  'This is a very active and fresh investigation,' said Edgecombe County manager Eric Evans during a press conference on Sunday afternoon. '[We're] not able to answer any questions at this point and time, but thank you for being here.' The fire was so powerful that 45 crews from six fire departments responded and worked for several hours to extinguish it. Crews were working around-the-clock, running 12-hour shifts.  Kevon Ricks, 21 (pictured), with his 1-year-old son Kylan in this photo. Ricks died in a 5-alarm fire at the QVC distribution facility he worked at Saturday morning The blaze ripped through the...
    Police in California were on the scene of a Tesla factory on Monday afternoon, after a man was found dead in the parking lot. According to an advisory from the Fremont Police Department, firefighters responded to a call about a person seen face-down in the parking lot of the 53 million square foot facility at around 3.25pm Monday. The firefighters tried to render medical aid but the man was pronounced dead on the scene. Fremont police have now taken over the investigation, categorizing the man's death as 'suspicious.' Police were on the scene of a Tesla factory on Monday afternoon after a man was found dead in the parking lot. The Fremont Police Department is investigating the death as 'suspicious' Authorities remained on the scene until dusk with more than a dozen units spotted on the southwest side of the facility in Fremont, California NBC Universal Privacy Policy They had not released the deceased individual's name, what injuries he may have sustained or a possible motive of any potential suspects as of Monday evening. 'At this point, we have...
    The six people killed by a tornado inside an Amazon warehouse in Illinois warehouse included a 29-year-old Navy veteran who died trying to save his coworkers.  Clayton Cope, 29, died while trying to alert others of the incoming storm, his mom Carla Cope said.    'He just said he needed to tell someone that [the tornado] was coming,” Cope told the Daily Beast. 'He had a big heart and he was a very sweet man.'  Amazon cargo driver Austin J. McEwen, 26, was also killed while trying to shelter during the tornado. Other Amazon workers identified as dead by the local coroner were Deandre 'Shawn' Morrow, 28, of St. Louis, Missouri; Kevin D. Dickey, 62, of Carlyle, Illinois; Etheria S. Hebb, 24, of St. Louis, Missouri; and Larry E. Virden, 46, of Collinsville, Illinois.      Meantime, several warehouse employees said they're worried Amazon's controversial cell phone ban, which was temporarily lifted during the pandemic, would jeopardize safety.  A tornado killed at least six Amazon workers at an Edwardsville, Illinois distribution center Their fears were amplified after a tornado killed the Edwardsville workers....
    SYOSSET, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Police on Long Island are trying to find a teenager who has been reported missing. Emya Johnson, 15, hasn’t been seen since staff at the MercyFirst facility in Syosset drove her to the Bronx for an authorized visit with family Saturday afternoon. READ MORE: 2 Passengers Ejected From Car, Killed In North New Hyde Park CrashThe teen did not return to the facility and a staff member reported her missing. Emya Johnson, 15. (credit: Nassau County Police) READ MORE: Dr. Fauci Says He 'Would Not Be Surprised' If Omicron COVID Variant Is Already In USEmya is described as 5 feet, 1 inch tall and approximately 100 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. Police said descriptions of her clothes or possible destinations were unknown. MORE NEWS: 2 Islanders Games Postponed Amid COVID-19 OutbreakAnyone with information is urged to contact the Missing Persons Squad at 516-573-7347 or 911. Callers remain anonymous.
    An "unannounced inspection" of two jails operated by the District of Columbia revealed that one detention facility has "evidence of systemic failures" including "large amounts of standing human sewage," and water being "shut off for days." The surprise inspection was conducted by the U.S. Marshal for the District of Columbia during the week of Oct. 18 and was focused on two District of Columbia Department of Corrections detention centers, including the Central Treatment Facility and the Central Detention Facility, according to a press release. As a result of the inspection, the U.S. Marshals Service announced that 400 inmates at the Central Detention Facility would be moved to the United States Penitentiary in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. No inmates will be transferred from the Central Treatment Facility, which houses all defendants who are in pre-trial relating to charges from the Jan. 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol. Those 400 inmates are under the custody of the U.S. Marshals Service. According to the press release, "minimum standards of confinement" were not met at the Central Detention Facility. District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser...
    The former partner of slain Chicago police officer Ella French was treated to a celebratory hero's welcome when he emerged on Thursday from a rehabilitation facility where he spent the last two months recovering from injuries sustained in the line of duty.  Carlos Yanez Jr., 39, was left partially paralyzed and lost an eye in the August 7 shooting during a routine traffic stop that killed 29-year-old French.  A large crowd of well-wishers, including family members, fellow police officers and medical personnel, showed up outside the Shirley Ryan Ability Lab, a rehabilitation center in Chicago, to greet Yanez Jr. with cheers and applause.  Some people displayed homemade signs that read 'Carlos Strong' and featured photos of the officer, while others sported bracelets and T-shirts honoring Yanez Jr.  Scroll down for video  Chicago police officer Carlos Yanez, Jr., 39, on Thursday left a rehabilitation facility in a wheelchair, two months after a deadly shooting that killed his partner, Ella French Yanez Jr. was greeted with cheers and applause outside the Shirley Ryan Ability Lab Yanez Jr. was greeted by a crowd of...
    On September 3, the 53-year-old had been fired for allegedly embezzling money from PMPED, the personal injury law firm his great grandfather founded back in 1910 The sons of a housekeeper who mysteriously died after a fall while working at Alex Murdaugh's home four years ago say they are 'scared' and 'shell-shocked' to learn he is out of jail on a $20,000 bond.   Murdaugh, who had been shot on September 4 in Hampton County, surrendered Thursday to face insurance fraud charges after police said he arranged to have himself shot in the head so that his son would get a $10 million life insurance payout. The prominent South Carolina lawyer was freed on bail and was allowed to travel to an out-of-state rehabilitation facility - where he is being treated for opioid addiction - without GPS monitoring.  The man who allegedly shot him, Curtis Edward Smith, was a former client of Murdaugh.   Now, Ronnie Richter, an attorney representing Murdaugh's late housekeeper Gloria Satterfield's sons, Michael 'Tony' Satterfield and Brian Harriot, says they fear retribtuion from the powerful family,  Fox News reports. 'They're shell-shocked....
    Former University of Hawaii standout and NFL quarterback Colt Brennan died of an accidental drug overdose, a new toxicology report revealed.  Brennan had fentanyl, methamphetamine, amphetamine and ethanol in his system when he died on May 11 at the age of 37 after being found unresponsive in a California hotel room, accodring to the report.  His father, Terry, told ESPN that his son had been treated at a rehabilitation clinic in the months prior to his death, before he 'ingested something laced with fentanyl and never regained consciousness.' 'He was really into [the treatment program],' Terry told ESPN following his son's death in May. Former University of Hawaii standout and NFL quarterback Colt Brennan, pictured, died of an accidental drug overdose, a new toxicology report revealed Pictured: Washington Redskins quarterback Colt Brennan (5) during a preseason game against the New York Jets at Giants Stadium. The Redskins beat the Jets 13-10 'It involved a lot of physical activity and he liked it. He was working with soldiers who had come back from Afghanistan and Iraq with similar problems.' 'He was...
    A Mississippi hospital has become the latest to set up an overflow tent as COVID cases surge - with 70 of its staff currently quarantined because of virus exposure.     Crews were setting up a 50-bed mobile hospital for overflow patients at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson on Wednesday. It was erected in the facility's covered concrete parking lot after the facility hit capacity, and suffered a massive staff shortage because of the virus.    'All of our hospitals are full,' Dr. Alan Jones, UMMC associate vice chancellor for clinical affairs, told WAPT.   'Our biggest pain point is some of our nursing and nursing staff availability,' echoed UMMC Vice Chancellor Dr. LouAnne Woodward. The University of Mississippi Medical Center is setting up a 50-bed mobile hospital for overflow patients as the state sees a surge in COVID cases Hospital officials say the facility has hit capacity amid staffing shortages, noting that 70 employees are currently quarantined due to COVID-19 According to UMMC officials, the pediatric hospital is completely full and while there are some adult beds available, they...
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