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    In the wake of an unspeakably violent tragedy, there’s often (and understandably) a fog of bad information floating around. Such is the case with the mass school shooting in Uvalde, Texas. The public was initially told that the 18-year-old who massacred 19 children and two adults at Robb Elementary School was encountered by a police officer before he entered the building. The new story is that “he walked in unobstructed initially” after roaming around outside for 12 minutes and firing shots. But the most infuriating new development is this: the Chief of the Uvalde Police Department says officers “responded within minutes,” but it took police an hour for a tactical unit to move in on the mass school shooter. I guess it depends on your definition of “responded.” The reason the police didn’t go in sooner? According to a Texas Department of Public Safety official, it was because “they could’ve been shot.” Well, yes, that’s true—police officers could have been shot if they confronted a heavily armed madman. But that’s the paramount reason we have armed agents of the...
    Investigators believe a retired federal agent may have been privy to the Buffalo supermarket shooter's plot more than 30 minutes before he opened fire in the grocer and killed ten people. The former agent, believed to be from Texas, was one of six people who regularly communicated with accused murderer Payton Gendron, 18, in an online racist hate forum, law enforcement sources told The Buffalo News. He has not been named, and further details of the exact agency he worked for have not been shared. But the agent and Gendron's other online friends would regularly chat online about their hatred of Jews and non-whites, investigators say. Sources allege Gendron shared his mass shooting plans and details about the target locations about half an hour before he attacked the upstate New York supermarket on May 14. It is not clear if the agent accepted Gendron's invitation to review his plans or if the individual read them.  However, officials have confirmed that none of the six invitees contacted authorities to warn them about the shooting, which the FBI has called a 'racially motivated [act...
    A MISSING 24-year-old mother of four was found dead in the trunk of her car on Wednesday, and the family is claiming that cops failed to look for her vehicle in time. Officials recovered the body after neighbors reported an odor that came from the car's trunk, ABC13 reported. 2The 24-year-old mother of four was reported missing on May 6Credit: KHOU/Hand Out 2Mitchell's body was found in the trunk of her abandoned car days after she was reported missing.Credit: KHOU Mitchell was reported missing by her mother, Georgia Mitchell, on May 6, one day after her daughter had not returned home. "I couldn't track her on the locator on our phones anymore," Georgia told ABC13. "I started getting sick to my stomach." Officials searched for Mitchell the day that Georgia reported her missing. They tracked her location to Texas City and located her car, which neighbors said had been parked in the same spot since before Mother's Day, but did not find her. read more in newsFEARS FOR FRAIL STAR Brittney Griner hides her face after her Russian detention is...
    A New York Supreme Court justice killed himself days after cops raided his house as his 'really close' friend - the nephew of Buffalo's alleged top mob boss - faced federal charges of sex trafficking and bribery. John L. Michalski, 61, was found dead at his home near Buffalo Tuesday morning, his lawyer says. The circumstances of his death remain unclear. Authorities raided Michalski's home on March 24. Law enforcement sources told The Buffalo News they were looking for evidence of tax crimes and that various other state agencies were looking into his professional and personal conduct. Michalski tried to kill himself February 2021 by lying on train tracks in the middle of the night. He was hit by a freight train but survived with a serious leg injury. That suicide attempt was the same day his friend, strip club owner Peter Gerace Jr., was arrested in Florida on charges including conspiracy to commit sex trafficking, maintaining a drug involved premise and bribing a federal drug enforcement agent. Michalski knew Gerace for decades and had done legal work for him. In...
    DUGGAR sisters, Jessa, Jill, Joy-Anna and Jinger had their lawsuit against police dismissed after a judge said they failed to prove cops caused 'emotional distress' by leaking molestation report. Jessa, Jill, Jinger and Joy-Anna had legally challenged local authorities over a leaked police report claiming their disgraced brother molested minors in the family home.    6Jessa Duggar and her sisters had their case dismissed against local authoritiesCredit: Instagram/Jana Duggar 6Jill was among the four plaintiffs in the case against local authorities over a leaked police reportCredit: instagram 6The sisters sued over a leaked police report about Josh Duggar molesting in their homeCredit: The Mega Agency The Sun can exclusively reveal that the judge in the Arkansas federal case against the local authorities was dismissed with prejudice, after the settlement conference scheduled for Thursday was cancelled ahead of the decision.  In his ruling, the judge said that the sisters failed to show that the “Defendants intended to inflict emotional distress, and that “Rather, the evidence shows that Defendants were attempting to conceal- not reveal- Plaintiffs’ identities by redacting their names from the police reports.”  The judge concluded that the “plaintiffs’...
    THE family of a Connecticut woman found dead in her own apartment is now suing over law enforcement’s handling of the case. Lauren Smith-Fields was found dead in her apartment on December 12 after meeting an older man on the dating app Bumble. 4Lauren Smith-Fields' family is planning to sue the city after claiming that Bridgeport Police 'failed' to properly investigate her deathCredit: Facebook 4The 23-year-old was found unresponsive inside her home after a man she met on Bumble called 911Credit: Facebook An autopsy has been completed but the young woman's cause of death has not yet been released by the medical examiner. Investigators are also not commenting on the case, according to Westchester News 12. The 23-year-old’s family has criticized the cops and her father says he has paid for a second autopsy as they claim they are not getting the answers they want from authorities. The family claims her death took place under mysterious circumstances. "Without a doubt, we know that my daughter was not a drug user, and I had a second autopsy myself paid out of pocket...
    Lawrence Taylor, 62, was arrested on Thursday night for failing to register as a sex offender when he changed addresses New York Giants legend Lawrence Taylor was arrest in Florida on Thursday night for failing to tell authorities he changed his address, which he's required to do by law as a registered sex offender.   The former defensive end was arraigned at the Broward County Sherriff's Office and charged on two sex offender violations.  Taylor, 62, was declared a sex offender in 2011 after pleading guilty to sexual misconduct and patronizing a 16-year-old prostitute.  Taylor's attorney, Arthur Aidala, told TMZ that Taylor was in the middle of a divorce with his third wife, Lynette, and needed to stay at a nearby hotel.  'Mr. Taylor was constantly a resident of the marital home where he was registered, but on advice of local law enforcement he was sleeping outside the home,' Aidala said. 'We are confident that this will be dismissed at the first court hearing.'  Taylor is widely considered the greatest New York Giants player in history. Taylor was required to register as a...
    An Ohio kidnap and assault suspect was arrested over the weekend after his attempt to escape out of a hotel window failed when he bounced off the reinforced glass as police officers were speaking with him.  The Blue Ash Police Department said officers responded to the Quality Hotel Conference Center Cincinnati Blue Ash when a front desk attendant requested a welfare check. She said she noticed a man and woman together and that the female discreetly asked for help.  "She stated she noticed a male and female and that the female looked unwell. She stated she was discreetly able to ask the female if she was okay and the female used body language to indicate that something was wrong," a police press release said, according to Cincinnati.com. FORMER BROWARD COUNTY COP DEFENDS ACTIONS AT PARKLAND AHEAD OF CRIMINAL TRIAL Onjre Damon George, 20, allegedly tried to flee the police after assaulted and kidnapped a woman at a hotel.  (Hamilton County jail) Fox News has reached out to the police department multiple times.  Authorities said the man, identified as Onjre...
    During an interview aired on Monday’s edition of the Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” Kyle Rittenhouse stated that Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers (D) “failed the community” in Kenosha and that the police in the city didn’t get the support they required, “and there should have been a lot more resources to help with that.” Rittenhouse said [relevant remarks begin around 4:40] that he approached the owners of the car lot that he was protecting and asked them if they needed help, and they said they did. Host Tucker Carlson then asked, “Where were the police?” Rittenhouse answered, “I’m not sure really. Because they have a hard job. But I didn’t really think they got the support they needed. The National Guard should have been called…but the city of Kenosha failed their — the community. The Governor, Tony Evers, failed the community and there should have been a lot more resources to help with that.” Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett
    A Texas teenager who struck six cyclists in his modified pick-up truck has been charged with aggravated assault six weeks after the incident. The 16-year-old, who has not been named as he is a juvenile, is accused of 'rolling coal,' or billowing smoke from his exhaust pipe, as he passed the cyclists on Old Highway 290 in Waller City on September 25, before he swerved into the crowd and stuck six of them. Four were sent to the hospital in the aftermath - two by airlift. Three of the victims continue to face serious injuries six weeks later. But the suspect was not arrested at the scene, sparking nationwide criticism of the police department, as residents accused the officers on the scene of preferential treatment for the teenager's connection to Waller City officials. The police department has denied these claims, and on Monday, the Waller County District Attorney's Office announced that the driver would be charged with six counts of aggravated assault, one count for each cyclist injured. He surrendered after the charges were brought, the District Attorney's Office noted,...
    BRIAN Laundrie did hit his fiancée Gabby Petito during their alleged incident in Utah but cops failed to “save her”, according to police audio footage. The couple’s white camper van was pulled over in Moab on August 12 after a witness called 911 following a "dispute" involving the couple. 4Brian Laundrie did hit Gabby Petito in Utah, according to police audio footageCredit: Moab City Police Department 4At the time, a tearful Gabby appeared to admit to cops that she hit her fiancéCredit: AFP The dispatcher says: “RP (Recording party) states seeing a male hit a female, domestic", according to the footage, obtained by Fox13. They continue: "He got into a white Ford Transit van, has a black ladder on the back, Florida plate.” The dispatcher gave the cops the registration number of the van and explained where it was heading. Moments later, cops asked for more information and they are told Gabby had been allegedly hit. The dispatcher says: “Phone number is [redacted], name’s [redacted]. Most read in The US SunMANHUNT ON Gabby spent birthday on Appalachian Trail where experts...
    Police have launched an investigation into the 2018 'trip-and-fall' death of Alex Murdaugh's housekeeper - one day after investigators said the legal scion had paid a hitman to kill him following the double murder of his wife and son. The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) announced Wednesday it is now investigating the death of Gloria Satterfield and the handling of her estate. Satterfield, 57, was the Murdaugh housekeeper for around 25 years when she suffered a fatal brain injury following a mystery fall. She died on February 26 2018. Alex Murdaugh settled a wrongful death claim with her family that year.  The investigation marks the latest twist in the Murdaugh family saga which began when Murdaugh's wife Maggie and son Paul were shot dead back at the family hunting lodge on June 7.  Three months on, their deaths remain a mystery with no arrests made and no suspects or persons of interest named.     Then, on September 4, Murdaugh was shot in the head and rushed to hospital where he survived.  He checked himself into rehab days later for opioid addiction and...
    Harrowing bodycam footage capture the moment a NYPD officer tried unsuccessfully to dive into a flooded apartment to rescue a family who drowned inside as Ida brought record rainfall to New York.    The gut-wrenching video shows the policeman standing in dirty water nearly reaching his shoulders in the staircase leading to the door of the family's basement apartment, with a light on overhead.  He is surrounded by filthy brown water that is so deep the door to the family's apartment is completely submerged beneath it, while an unseen colleague films on their bodcycam.  Heartbreakingly, plush children's toys float past as the cop tries to attempt a rescue, with a can of Lysol disinfectant spray also seen bobbing on the surface.  The officer eventually dives into the water for several seconds before the other officer whose body cam is recording also goes underwater.  His colleague, who stood back slightly and filmed the rescue attempt, temporarily went underwater, with the lens capturing just how dirty and murky the liquid was, with visibility close to zero.  The police department confirmed that three bodies...
    The parents of a  North Carolina woman killed in a car crash fear their daughter was left to die and are demanding to know why her corpse was left in the passenger seat when the car was towed twice and searched for information before ending up at a scrap yard.  Nellie Nelson and Roger Tysinger claim police have given them multiple, conflicting accounts about what happened to their daughter, Teresa Tysinger Williams, following a car crash in Stoneville.  'I won't rest until somebody tells me the truth,' Nelson said. 'Y'all screwed up, you messed up — from the fire department to EMS to the highway patrol. 'I need somebody to tell me what happened to my daughter.'  Teresa Tysinger Williams, right, celebrated her father's birthday with sister Shelia Tysinger Williams is pictured with her son, Banner, 'Cole.' Police said Cole failed to tell them that his mother was in the passenger seat at the time of the crash Cole was allegedly high on heroine at the time of the crash. He was arrested and charged for the...
    CHRIS Hansen is a US journalist best known for his work on NBC. The former “To Catch a Predator” host was the subject of an arrest warrant in July 2021. 3An arrest warrant has been issued for Chris HansenCredit: Getty Why is there an arrest warrant for Chris Hansen? An arrest warrant for Chris Hansen was issued after he failed to attend court on Thursday, July 2. The 61-year-old, was due to appear in a Michigan court after he assisted police with investigations that led to the arrests of three men who allegedly tried to meet up with underage girls. Speaking to NBC25, Shiawassee County Prosecuting Attorney Scott Koerner said that Hansen was subpoenaed to appear before the court on Thursday but failed to do so. Cops then confirmed that an arrest warrant was out for the TV star. Hansen responded on Instagram to confirm the reasons why he had failed to attend the court hearing. "There was a miscommunication about the hearing today on the issue, he said. “The matter is currently being resolved." 3The warrant was issued after he failed...
    Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plan to curb the surging gun violence in NYC is to try out the failed policing strategy from last year — but this time, with 100 fewer cops. The NYPD will reassign 200 cops to areas where the Big Apple has seen the highest rates of gun violence as part of their annual Summer All Out program, the mayor said Tuesday. NYPD Chief of Department Rodney Harrison said the "bulk" of those cops would be moved to East New York and Brownsville, which have seen gun violence upticks of 67% and 88%, respectively. DE BLASIO, NYPD ASK NYC TV STATIONS TO KEEP COPTERS CLEAR OF DEMONSTRATIONS TO AVIOID, 'HEIGHTENING TENSIONS' He also noted Bronx neighborhoods, Mott Haven, Highbridge and Crotona, would get some additional patrols. But all of those areas were also a policing focus last year during the summer when the city saw a months-long surge in gun violence and assigned 300 cops to the "Summer All Out" initiative. "We’re going to make sure that the officers are where we need them to be and we’ll make adjustments...
    Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plan to curb the surging gun violence in NYC is to try out the failed policing strategy from last year — but this time, with 100 fewer cops. The NYPD will reassign 200 cops to areas where the Big Apple has seen the highest rates of gun violence as part of their annual Summer All Out program, the mayor said Tuesday. NYPD Chief of Department Rodney Harrison said the “bulk” of those cops would be moved to East New York and Brownsville, which have seen gun violence upticks of 67% and 88%, respectively. He also noted Bronx neighborhoods, Mott Haven, Highbridge and Crotona, would get some additional patrols. But all of those areas were also a policing focus last year during the summer when the city saw a months-long surge in gun violence and assigned 300 cops to the “Summer All Out” initiative. Mayor Bill de Blasio at a press conference on April 19, 2021.Ed Reed/Mayoral Photography Office “We’re going to make sure that the officers are where we need them to...
    More On: nypd NYPD ready for protests following Derek Chauvin verdict Finally! De Blasio orders vagrant sweep, 80 cops to bring Midtown workers back Man busted after allegedly shooting at cops during Harlem gun battle Dermot Shea blasts Maxine Waters’ words to protesters as ‘reckless’ Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plan to curb the surging gun violence in NYC is to try out the failed policing strategy from last year — but this time, with 100 fewer cops. The NYPD will reassign 200 cops to areas where the Big Apple has seen the highest rates of gun violence as part of their annual Summer All Out program, the mayor said Tuesday. NYPD Chief of Patrol Rodney Harrison said the “bulk” of those cops would be moved to East New York and Brownsville, which have seen gun violence upticks of 67% and 88%, respectively. He also noted Bronx neighborhoods, Mott Haven, Highbridge and Crotona, would get some additional patrols. But all of those areas were also a policing focus last year during the summer when the city saw...
    Five men accused of sexually assaulting and trafficking a 10-year-old girl have remained free for months after police failed to fully investigate the crimes and pass details to prosecutors. The men allegedly committed heinous acts against the child, and despite having DNA evidence in three of the cases the Chicago Police Department did not pass any of the evidence to the State's Attorney's office.  Police arrested suspect Samuel Brown, 37, one day after the failures were revealed in a bombshell local news report by CBS2, but four of the alleged offenders remain at large. The network broadcast an interview last week with Jennifer Coleman, the first assistant at Cook County State's Attorney's Office, who claimed the CPD had failed to provide her office with evidence that could lead to charges against the men. Police reports detailing assaults by the men were uncovered by the network, which revealed at least three rape kits were performed in these five cases.  However, the State's Attorney's office had not been able to charge the men because police had not provided them with any of the kits. Police arrested...
    POLICE had details of a car allegedly being driven by the man suspected of flashing at staff in a McDonald’s restaurant three days before the murder of Sarah Everard. Eyewitnesses at the burger bar in South London took details of the vehicle allegedly used by a man who flashed at staff before running off.  ???? Follow our live blog for the latest developments on the Sarah Everard case 9Couzens was arrested on TuesdayCredit: SWNS:South West News Service 9The alleged flashing incident took place in a McDonald's three days before Sarah vanishedCredit: Metropolitan Police CCTV of the incident was also made available by staff. Police believe the flashing incident took place three days before Sarah was snatched from the street as she walked home. Cops were given CCTV from the incident along with a description and registration of the car being driven by the suspect, a source said today. Sarah Everard disappeared while walking home to Brixton from Clapham...
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