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    A wanted man from Westchester County is behind bars after leading officers on a foot chase that included a detour through a stranger’s home, according to police. Marquise Roberson, age 33, of Peekskill, was arrested Sunday, May 15, after his wife’s grandmother called police in Rye and said he was banging on her front door, authorities said. An arrest warrant had been issued after a previous domestic incident in which Roberson’s wife told investigators he had ripped her cell phone from her hand and smashed it on a sidewalk, Rye Police said. When Rye Police officers arrived at the grandmother’s house Sunday, he took off and led officers on a foot pursuit through several streets near Rye’s downtown area, according to police. At one point, Roberson reportedly entered a stranger’s apartment in a desperate attempt to evade officers. When the resident confronted him, Roberson jumped out of a bedroom window, police said. Officers were finally able to apprehend the man after hitting him with a Taser, police said. Roberson was treated for several injuries he sustained during the chase. He...
    Two people, including a family friend, accused of kidnapping a 3-month-old San Jose boy last month attempted to take the child at least three times, including one instance in which one suspect posed as a Child Protective Services worker, until they eventually succeeded in late April, according to prosecutors. At a Thursday bail hearing, the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office charged Yesenia Ramirez, 43, and Jose Portillo, 28 with three additional charges of attempted kidnapping. They also face charges of conspiracy to commit a felony, kidnapping a child under the age of 14 and first-degree burglary — all felonies — in connection with the boy’s abduction. They remain held in jail without bail and face prison if convicted. The hearing comes as questions swirl about the motivation behind the late-April kidnapping of a 3-month-old boy, who was snatched from his grandmother’s San Jose apartment after a trip to Walmart. The motive remains under investigation, authorities said. According to investigators, Ramirez and Portillo texted March 14 about a “script” that Portillo would use to say he was a Child Protective...
    A 3-month-old baby who was abducted by a stranger from his grandmother’s apartment as she was unloading groceries has been found alive, police in San Jose, California, said Tuesday. Authorities added they’ve also arrested a suspect in the kidnapping of Brandon Cuellar. “Baby Brandon has been located,” police said in a tweet Tuesday. “One suspect in custody. Stay tuned for additional details.” Cuellar was snatched from his grandmother’s home Monday afternoon as she unloaded groceries from her car, with disturbing surveillance footage showing a man walking down the street holding his carrier. The baby’s mother, who was at work at the time of the abduction, and grandmother did not recognize the man from security footage. Brandon’s father is currently in jail. “[The grandmother] came to this apartment, she took the baby in the apartment, went downstairs to unload some groceries,” San Jose Police Sgt. Christian Camarillo said at a press conference on Monday. “In that short amount of time, someone entered the apartment and left with the baby.”
    A three-month-old baby has been kidnapped by a stranger while his grandmother was unloading groceries from her car, sparking a police manhunt. Brandon Cuellar was snatched from an apartment in San Jose, California, in broad daylight yesterday. The man walked into a home in the 1000 block of Elm Street at around 1pm and left with the young boy.  Brandon Cuellar (left) was snatched from an apartment in San Jose, California, in broad daylight yesterday (right) Police said the suspect is believed to be a Hispanic male who was wearing black pants and a dark blue shirt and grey shoes Police released a video clip that shows the man walking down the sidewalk holding a baby carrier covered by a white blanket. 'The family does not recognize this suspect,' police said in a Twitter post. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'I just f**ked up my whole entire career': Bodycam footage... Tragedy as star University of Wisconsin runner, 21, commits... Share this article Share San Jose Police Sgt. Christian Camarillo said in a news...
    ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — A sheriff’s deputy in Florida climbed up a balcony and plucked a 1-year-old girl to safety from a third-story apartment that had caught fire, the dramatic rescue captured on the deputy’s body-worn camera. Deputy William Puzynski climbed to the second-floor balcony early Saturday and asked the mother to hand off the baby in diapers as flames shot from the apartment one floor above. He then brought the baby down before the mother and grandmother were subsequently rescued by firefighters. The video posted online captures Puzynski telling the woman “hand me the baby, hand me the baby. We are coming,” as he goes up and balances himself on the railing before she extends the crying baby to him. “Please, come get me,” she pleads afterward. Firefighters using a ladder brought the mother and grandmother down from the third-floor apartment safely. They also evacuated other residents while responding to the fire at an apartment building in Orlando. The Orange County Fire Rescue said the fire caused extensive damage with 24 units impacted. The camera that recorded the infant’s...
    BENSONHURST, Brooklyn (WABC) -- A 43-year-old man was found fatally shot in the lobby of an apartment building in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn.Police were called to the location at around 11:30 p.m. Thursday.The victim was taken to Maimonides Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead.The identity of the deceased is pending proper family notification.The motive for shooting is unknown.Investigators are searching for three men who fled in a four-door sedan southbound on Bay Parkway.ALSO READ: Suspect in 87-year-old grandmother's shove death surrenders to NYPDEMBED More News Videos A woman wanted for allegedly shoving a beloved grandmother who later died from her injuries surrendered to police Tuesday. ----------* More Brooklyn news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app for breaking news alerts * Follow us on YouTube Submit a News Tip
    A New Mexico man was convicted Tuesday of raping and murdering a 79-year-old grandmother in the bedroom of her Anaheim apartment, a year after his DNA and genetic profile tied him to the decades-old cold case slaying. An Orange County Superior Court jury deliberated for around three hours before finding Andre William Lepere, now 64, guilty of first-degree murder for the 1980 killing of Viola Hagenkord, with jurors also finding true a sentencing enhancement for the slaying occurring during the commission of a rape. He was 22 years old at the time. Lepere didn’t dispute that semen collected in a rape kit decades ago proved he had sex with the woman more than 50 years his senior within 24 hours of her violent death. But Lepere testified that his sexual encounters with the elderly woman were consensual, and denied on the stand that he sexually assaulted or killed her. Deputy District Attorney Christopher Alex during closing arguments in the trial described Lepere’s story as “ridiculous” and like “something out of a stupid letter to Penthouse.” Hagenkord was born in 1900,...
    A New Mexico man on trial for the 1980 rape and killing of a 79-year-old Anaheim grandmother testified Wednesday to having what he described as consensual sex with the elderly woman when he was in his early 20s, but denied playing any role in her sexual assault or slaying. Viola Hagenkord, 79 was found dead in her Anaheim apartment on February 18, 1980. After 41 years, Anaheim police announced on April 30, 2021 that detectives arrested a man suspected in her killing. (Courtesy of Anaheim Police Department)  Andre William Lepere, now 64, was arrested last year after DNA evidence found on Viola Hagenkord’s body was linked to him through genetic profiles in genealogy databases. The DNA evidence – which came from semen collected in a rape kit during the initial investigation of the more than 40-year old killing – showed that Lepere, then 22, had sex with Hagenkord within 24 hours of her slaying, a fact acknowledged by both the prosecution and defense. Lepere’s sister lived at the same Anaheim apartment complex as Hagenkord, and Lepere testified that he would...
    A Texas man was arrested in late October after he allegedly beating up his bedridden grandmother and pulling the plug on her oxygen. Brennan Brown, 20, allegedly assaulted his grandmother after becoming upset when she would not let him use her phone and threatened to kill her if she told anyone about it, ArkLaTexHomepage reported. (RELATED: Group Of Three Charged After Strangling A Cop For Pulling Them Over) A man was arrested in East Texas after assaulting his grandmother and holding his girlfriend at knifepoint, according to the Texarkana Police Department. https://t.co/bPQbeP9AZw — KETK NEWS (@KETK) November 10, 2021 The incident happened on Oct. 27 when Brown went to see his grandmother in a West 7th Street apartment and wanted to use her phone for reasons not known. When his grandmother refused, he became upset then proceeded to pin his grandmother down to her bed and kneed her in the hip, according to ArkLaTexHomepage. Brown then unplugged her from her oxygen machine, yelled at her and threatened to kill her if she called anyone about the assault. Ignoring her...
    Police are asking the public for help identifying a man who shot into a  Fairfield County apartment complex injuring two small children and their grandmother. The shooting took place around 5:30 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 30 at the PT Barnum Housing Complex in Bridgeport. The children ages 3 and 7 years old, along with their grandmother, were standing on a balcony of their apartment when four shots were fired in the direction of the building, according to Scott Appleby, director of Emergency Management for the City of Bridgeport. The suspect was shooting from the area of building No. 5, Appleby said. The condition of the victims was not known.  Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective M. Ayala at 203-581-5259 or the anonymous tip line at 203-576-8477.
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A fire in Washington Heights claimed the life of a little boy and left his grandmother, 54, hospitalized in critical condition. Neighbors told CBS2’s Thalia Perez the victim was the building super’s son, 7-year-old Robert Resto. READ MORE: New York Weather: CBS2’s Halloween Forecast“It’s a nightmare. It’s really like something that all parents fear,” neighbor Beatriz Ureña said. The fire started in the basement apartment unit of a six-story complex on West 178th Street near Broadway around 1:30 a.m. Saturday. The Department of Buildings deems the space an “illegally converted basement apartment.” (credit: CBS2) Video shows the block was enveloped in smoke when firetrucks arrived, CBS2’s Christina Fan reported. They say when they arrived, the 7-year-old was found in the basement with severe body trauma and couldn’t be saved. Distraught families, running out with their kids, covered in blankets, were heartbroken to learn a child lost his life. READ MORE: NYC Vaccine Mandate: Mayor Says 91% Of City Workers Have At Least 1 Shot, Pushback Heats Up From Those Still Fighting“We just heard firetrucks...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A fire in Washington Heights claimed the life of a little boy and left his grandmother, 54, hospitalized in critical condition. Police said the 7-year-old died in the fire that started around 1:30 a.m. Saturday at an apartment complex on 178th Street, CBS2’s Christina Fan reported. READ MORE: Vaccine Mandate Deadline For New York City Workers Arrives; Officials Preparing For Possible First Responder ShortageVideo shows the block was enveloped in smoke when firetrucks arrived. It appeared to be billowing out of the basement unit of the six-story complex. Dozens of firefighters responded and evacuated residents. READ MORE: Fetty Wap Arrested On Federal Drug Charges During Music Festival At Citi FieldDistraught families, running out with their kids, covered in blankets, were heartbroken to learn a child lost his life. “We just heard firetrucks come, and then it was like one, and then it was like, it reached all around the corner to the front of my building. You could just smell, almost like a short circuit kind of burn,” one woman said. Police said the fire was...
    The grandmother of one of Gloria Williams' daughters has described the woman at the center of Houston's shocking child abuse case as being 'very unstable,' and accused her of failing to protect her six children, including the eight-year-old boy who was beaten to death and left to rot in an apartment with his siblings for a year. Williams, 35, has been charged with injury to a child by omission and tampering with evidence - a human corpse. A judge set her bond at $900,000 on Wednesday.  Melody Robinson, the paternal grandmother of Williams' 13-year-old daughter, who has had custody of the girl from age two, told KTRK the mom-of-six is 'not a mother' after allegedly turning a blind eye to her son's murder and her other children's abuse.     Robinson also revealed she is now caring for Williams' 17-year-old daughter. Williams' boyfriend, Brian Coulter, 31, is charged with felony murder in connection with the November 2020 beating death of Williams' eight-year-old son, Kendrick Lee. His bond was set at $1million. The child's skeletal remains were discovered by the police on Sunday...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — An investigation is underway after the tragic death of a 7-year-old girl in the Bronx. Now, the child’s grandmother is speaking out and demanding answers. READ MORE: FDA Expected To Approve COVID Vaccine Booster Shots For Americans Who Are Immunocompromised “The mother explained that the child hit her head on a table,” Yolanda Davis told CBS2’s Cory James in an exclusive interview Wednesday. James: “Do you believe that?” Davis: “No.” Police found 7-year-old Julissia Batties unconscious Tuesday morning inside an apartment on Alexander Avenue. Davis, who raised Batties since birth, said the girl was sent to the apartment in April for a court-ordered weekend visit with her mom. “The weekend became 90 days, 90 days became, ‘You have to do an independent review,'” Davis said. READ MORE: Excessive Heat Warning: Feels-Like Temperatures Expected In Triple Digits Thursday Davis said she repeatedly went to the Administration for Children’s Services and SCO Family of Services to get her granddaughter back, not knowing why Batties was allowed to stay with a woman who she said abused the child. “At...
    Police in Houston are hunting for a gunman who executed a couple and their six-year-old daughter, hurled a baby to the floor and wounded a 10-year-old child who survived by playing dead and was able to call her grandmother on FaceTime to summon help. The triple homicide unfolded at 10.30pm on Wednesday at an apartment complex in the 12100 block of Fondren Road, Houston Assistant Police Chief Patricia Cantu said during a press conference overnight. When authorities arrived on the scene, they found a father, a 29-year-old pregnant mother and a six-year-old girl who were fatally shot, Cantu said.  Scroll down for video  A deadly shooting in Houston claimed the lives of a couple and their six-year-old daughter, and left their 10-year-old child wounded and traumatized   A masked gunman was said to have knocked on the door of this apartment on Fondren Road on Wednesday night, pulled a gun and opened fire The slain couple's 10-year-old daughter was shot in the arm and was taken to a hospital in stable condition. Her one-year-old brother, who was in the...
    After approximately 33 hours, the gunman has been arrested and the hostages are safe, according to Lower Paxton Township police. The standoff started Monday at Pennswood apartments in Lower Paxton Township after a violent domestic assault in one of the apartment units. Derrick Hutcherson, 36, of Harrisburg, has been arrested and is facing numerous felony charges, including attempted criminal homicide for shooting his 25-year-old girlfriend, as Daily Voice previously reported. His girlfriend has been identified as Mariah Lewis. Lewis lived in the apartment with her grandmother, Wanda Jackson, and son-- which she had with Hutcherson. The couple has had years of issues with domestic disputes that have turned violent and police were called, according to information shared at a press conference on Wednesday. This assault started with an argument over Hutcherson leaving and/or moving out of the apartment, during which he shot Lewis above her left eye. Hutcherson live streamed a partial confession to the shooting on Facebook, the police have not answered whether or not that live stream will be considered an actual confession. Hutcherson's Facebook has been taken...
    Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was excoriated on Twitter Wednesday for not helping her grandmother and instead posting images of her dilapidated home in Puerto Rico and blaming Trump for not sending aid after Hurricane Maria. Critics were quick to jump on the post questioning why the progressive congresswoman, who makes $174,000 and drives a Tesla, isn't sending money to help her grandmother. 'Just over a week ago, my abuela fell ill. I went to Puerto Rico to see her- my 1st time in a year+ bc of COVID,' Ocasio-Cortez wrote on Twitter. 'This is her home,' she continued, posting two pictures of mostly-empty rooms where the ceiling is falling in and plastic buckets on the ground are collecting water. Also in the images are one chair, one dresser and a tarp on the ground. 'Hurricane María relief hasn't arrived. Trump blocked relief $ for PR. People are being forced to flee ancestral homes, & developers are taking them,' the New York congresswoman wrote.  Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was slammed on Twitter Wednesday for posting images of her grandma's falling-down house in Puerto...
    More On: murders Suspect arrested in Costa Rica for 2012 slaying of Metro PCS worker in NYC Former Oklahoma attorney, boyfriend charged with murdering his ex-girlfriend, ex’s parents ME says neck compression killed George Floyd, his heart disease contributed Georgia babysitter charged with murder broke infant’s femur, cops say A mom was arrested Saturday after her three young children — including a 6-month old baby — were found stabbed to death inside their Los Angeles apartment, police and local reports said. Liliana Carrillo, 30, was taken into custody in Tulare County, about 200 miles north of LA, several hours after her kids’ bodies were discovered by their grandmother, according to cops. The children were 3, 2 and 6 months old, according to KNBC. Their grandmother had just returned home from work around 9:30 a.m. local time when she made the horrific find — and realized Carrillo was missing. Police received reports that the mom was driving her north on Interstate 5 — when she got into a fight in the Baskerville area, Los Angeles police Lt. Raul Jovel told the Associated...
    CINCINNATI (AP) — A 3-year-old boy may have accidentally started a fire in his grandmother’s apartment that led to his death, authorities said. The fire in Cincinnati was reported around 2:20 p.m. Monday, and emergency responders soon found Amari Campbell hiding under bed in the burning apartment, city fire officials said. He suffered serious burns and was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead a short time later. READ MORE: Beaver Co. Siblings Allegedly Killed By Their Mom, Krisinda Bright, Remembered As Beautiful Souls Who Left Lasting Impressions Campbell’s grandmother, who was caring for him at the time, was able to safely escape the flames with the help of neighbors. But the flames and extreme heat prevented the neighbors from getting to the child, officials said. READ MORE: Trucks Push Back Against PennDOTs Plan To Toll 9 Bridges Statewide Campbell apparently was lighting incense in the apartment when a couch caught on fire, officials said, and the flames soon spread. No other injuries were reported in the fire, but three people who lived in separate apartments were displaced...
    CINCINNATI (AP) — A 3-year-old boy may have accidentally started a fire in his grandmother's apartment that led to his death, authorities said. The fire in Cincinnati was reported around 2:20 p.m. Monday, and emergency responders soon found Amari Campbell hiding under bed in the burning apartment, city fire officials said. He suffered serious burns and was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead a short time later. Campbell's grandmother, who was caring for him at the time, was able to safely escape the flames with the help of neighbors. But the flames and extreme heat prevented the neighbors from getting to the child, officials said. Campbell apparently was lighting incense in the apartment when a couch caught on fire, officials said, and the flames soon spread. No other injuries were reported in the fire, but three people who lived in separate apartments were displaced by the blaze. Copyright 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Tags: Ohio, Associated Press
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