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    CAMDEN, N.J. (CBS) — Officials in Camden are expected to announce an arrest following an apartment fire on Mother’s Day that left 22 people displaced. The press conference will begin around 2 p.m. and will be streamed on CBS News Philly. What: Camden City Police, Fire Department, and Mayor Vic Carstarphen announce arrest in Mother’s Day apartment fire that displaced 22 people When: Friday, May 13 Time: 2 p.m. Where: In the player above or on your streaming device through CBSN Philly Stay with CBSPhilly.com for updates. 
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore police apprehended a man suspected of killing a person in Essex in Northeast Baltimore Friday, according to authorities. City police arrested Tavon Howard, 29, after he managed to evade Baltimore County detectives in Southeast Baltimore, Baltimore County spokesperson Joy Stewart said. READ MORE: Wednesday Vote Will Decide If Baltimore Family Receives $345K Settlement For Death Of Student AthleteCounty detectives suspect Howard of killing someone in the unit block of Windjammer Court on April 14, according to authorities. They tracked him down and attempted to stop him while he was driving on South Conkling Street around 1:40 p.m. on Friday, according to authorities. South Conkling Street is inside the city limits. Howard fled from the detectives. READ MORE: Man Killed & Woman Hospitalized After Tree Crashes Into Annapolis HomeBaltimore police assisted the detectives and were eventually able to take Howard into custody near the intersection of Harford Terrace and Weaver Avenue, Stewart said.  Howard’s car was involved in a crash prior to his arrest. That crash damaged multiple vehicles, Baltimore police confirmed to WJZ. Chopper 13 was...
    SAN JOSE — After a video of the attack surfaced this week, police affirmed Tuesday that a man was arrested in what was described as the attempted sexual assault of a 17-year-old girl in front of an elementary school late last month. Dereck Jamal Boykin (San Jose Police Dept.)  The attack was reported at about 3 p.m. March 24 on Steinbeck Drive next to Steinbeck Elementary School, a few blocks east of Santa Teresa Boulevard. According to police, a man “violently assaulted” the girl then abruptly walked away. People who saw the attack rushed to the girl’s aid and called 911. The man was found by responding officers a short time later thanks to information provided by the victim and witnesses, police said. Dereck Jamal Boykin, 38, was arrested and later charged with multiple sexual-assault felonies including attempted rape. Boykin is being held without bail in the Santa Clara County Main Jail, according to jail records. The attack and arrest were not initially publicized. Some residents of an adjacent apartment complex said they were shocked by the news and did...
    TRENTON, N.J. (CBS) – Officials from Trenton and New Jersey will announce Wednesday an arrest in connection to the homicide of Sequoya Bacon-Jones, the 9-year-old girl who was shot by a stray bullet and killed last weekend. The press conference will take place at approximately 11 a.m. and be streamed on CBS News Philly above. Officials told CBS3 there were a number of witnesses when the shooting happened. READ MORE: Roof Of Bowling Alley Collapses As Crews Battle 3-Alarm Fire In Levittown, Bucks CountyBacon-Jones was outside playing with her brother in the common area of their Cooper Street apartment. Police say a fight among a large group gathered nearby broke out and someone started firing. READ MORE: 3-Time Pro Bowl Safety, Former Philadelphia Eagle Malcolm Jenkins Retires“He shot off two rounds first, everybody scattered, and then he shot off another four rounds and my daughter got hit,” the girl’s mother, Shea Bacon-Jones, said. “I run up and my baby is laying on the ground covered in blood. She’s not crying at all, she’s just like moaning and she’s reaching for...
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF/BCN) – San Francisco police said Wednesday that they arrested three suspects in connection with a robbery the week before. Officers responded to a 6:40 p.m. report of the March 10 robbery in the 300 block of Howard Street. READ MORE: Alleged Chinese Spies Tried To Rob Bay Area Figure Skating Star Alysa Liu Of Her Olympic MomentUpon arrival, officers found a woman who told them she was standing on the sidewalk when she was grabbed and thrown to the ground by a man she did not know. The man then ripped the woman’s purse from her hands and fled the scene. While officers were on the scene, a witness shared an image of the suspect’s vehicle with the license plate visible. Less than an hour later, police said, other officers in the Tenderloin district on patrol on Leavenworth Street spotted the suspect’s vehicle and took all four occupants of the vehicle into custody without incident. READ MORE: California Lawmakers Propose $400 Gas Tax RebatePolice said the officers found the victim’s possessions in the vehicle...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner will announce the arrest of a veteran Philadelphia homicide detective on Thursday afternoon. The news conference will take place at 3:30 p.m. and will be streamed on CBS News Philly above. Officials say Det. James Pitts was arrested at the recommendation of a grand jury in connection to his conduct during the interrogation and prosecution of Obina Onyiah. READ MORE: Former Amtrak Engineer Brandon Bostian Will Not Take Witness Stand At His TrialOnyiah was exonerated for the murder of jewelry store owner William Glatz in 2021 after being incarcerated for 11 years. What: District Attorney Larry Krasner to announce the arrest of Philadelphia homicide Det. James Pitts READ MORE: Energize Delaware Gives $800,000 To Fund Climate Smart Homes In WilmingtonWhen: Thursday, March 3, 2022 Time: 3:30 p.m. Online stream: Live in the player above and on your mobile and streaming device. MORE NEWS: Pennsylvania, New Jersey Join Other States In Probe Into TikTok's Effect On Kids' HealthStay with CBSPhilly.com for updates to this developing story.
    BELMONT (CBS SF) — Belmont police said Friday they have arrested a fifth suspect in connection with the fatal shooting of a 17-year-old Carlmont High School student in 2019. Mohammad Othman died in the shooting on the night of Jan. 7, 2019, in the parking lot of Central Elementary School on Middle Road in Belmont. READ MORE: Deadly Santa Barbara Dive Boat Fire Prompts New Coast Guard Safety RulesInvestigators determined Othman knew the suspects who killed him and eventually sought arrest warrants for Ruben Gonzalez Magallanes, 23, of Indianapolis, Antonio Valencia, 21, of Concord, a 19-year-old South San Francisco man who was a juvenile at the time of the killing, and a 17-year-old boy from Mountain View. Police announced the arrests of the four suspects in November. READ MORE: 49ers Vs. Rams: QB Jimmy Garoppolo Listed As Questionable For Regular Season FinaleThe fifth suspect, who was also a juvenile at the time of the killing, was arrested on Thursday, according to police. No other details about the arrest were immediately released. Anyone with information about the case is asked to...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Miami Mayor Francis Suarez and Miami Police Interim Chief Manuel A. Morales have scheduled a press conference for 5 p.m. to announce the arrest of a suspected serial killer. The news conference will take place outside the Miami Police Department. No other details were released.
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Police said Sunday they have cracked a decades-old cold case with the arrest last week of a Colorado man in connection the slaying of a 15-year-old girl visiting San Francisco in 1978. Mark Stanley Personette, 76, of Conifer, Colorado, was arrested Thursday on suspicion of homicide in the death of Marissa Rolf Harvey, whose body was found in Sutro Heights park on March 28, 1978. “For more than four decades, Marissa Harvey’s family members have been relentless advocates to bring her killer to justice, and we hope this development in the case begins to bring a measure of healing and closure they’ve been too long denied,” Police Chief Bill Scott said. Mark Stanley Personette, 76, was arrested in Jefferson County, Colorado on Dec. 16, 2021 in connection with the March 1978 slaying of 15-year-old Marissa Rolf Harvey. (Photo: San Francisco Police Department) Personette was taken into custody after a joint operation by the San Francisco police department’s homicide detail, the San Francisco district attorney’s office, FBI and Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office. Marissa traveled in 1978...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — There is an update on a fatal stabbing of a man on a subway train. Police said 26-year-old Jamoy Phillip was arrested Monday in connection with the November attack. Victim Akeem Loney was stabbed in the neck on a northbound 2 train on Nov. 21 as the train pulled into Penn Station. Loney was once well known in the soccer community. He had become homeless during the pandemic.
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — District Attorney Larry Krasner and other officials from the Gun Violence Task Force will announce the arrest and charges of a gun trafficking suspect on Monday. The briefing will take place at 11 a.m. and be streamed on CBSN Philly above. What: Krasner and officials will announce the arrest and charges of a suspect allegedly involved in the straw purchasing and selling of firearms to a street group operating in South Philadelphia. The group is known as a significant driver of gun violence, according to a release. When: Monday, Dec. 6, 2021 Time: 11 a.m. Online stream: Live in the player above and on your mobile streaming device. Stay with CBSPhilly.com for updates to this developing story.
    A Connecticut man turned himself in to state police on charges he allegedly sexually assaulted at least two young girls. Windham County resident Brian Joseph Webb, age 64, of Ashford, was arrested on Tuesday, Oct. 26, said the Connecticut State Police. According to troopers Webb had two warrants out for his arrest in connection with the case that began with a tip to the Department of Children and families in July 2020. State Police said the main victim, a small child, lived with a woman and Webb at a home in Woodstock in Windham County. The child said she told her mother of abuse while Webb gave her melatonin on numerous occasions, but her mother never did anything about it, the arrest warrant said.  The abuse came to light during a visit to an aunt when the victim revealed that Webb touched her in her "no-no" areas.  She also said it had been happening for a long time. When investigators became involved, they asked the victim about Webb. The child told investigators where she had been touched and also described...
                      by Laurel Duggan  Northern Virginia parents plan to protest in front of the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, D.C. Sunday, according to a flyer posted online. A flyer reveals plans for a “Parents Are Not ‘Domestic Terrorists’ Rally Oct. 17. “Stand up, speak up, fight back!” the memo reads. “Bring friends, be heard … you can make a difference!” ???? We invite @NSBAPublicEd exec director + AG Merrick Garland to hear mama, papa + grandparent bears at our pep rally for parents this Sun, Oct 17, 3 PM at the corner of Constitution Ave NW + 9th St NW, in front of… @TheJusticeDept! They need to come + apologize to #wetheparents pic.twitter.com/18lvaQjRUP — Asra Q. Nomani ????Mama Bear “Domestic Terrorist” ???? (@AsraNomani) October 15, 2021 News broke Wednesday that a Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) student was allegedly raped in a school bathroom in May by a male student who wore a skirt. The victim’s father, Scott Smith, was arrested at a LCPS school board meeting weeks later...
    Northern Virginia parents plan to protest in front of the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, D.C. Sunday, according to a flyer posted online. A flyer reveals plans for a “Parents Are Not ‘Domestic Terrorists’ Rally Oct. 17. “Stand up, speak up, fight back!” the memo reads. “Bring friends, be heard … you can make a difference!” (RELATED: Left-Wing Member Of Loudoun County School Board Announces Resignation) ???? We invite @NSBAPublicEd exec director + AG Merrick Garland to hear mama, papa + grandparent bears at our pep rally for parents this Sun, Oct 17, 3 PM at the corner of Constitution Ave NW + 9th St NW, in front of… @TheJusticeDept! They need to come + apologize to #wetheparents pic.twitter.com/18lvaQjRUP — Asra Q. Nomani ????Mama Bear “Domestic Terrorist” ???? (@AsraNomani) October 15, 2021 News broke Wednesday that a Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) student was allegedly raped in a school bathroom in May by a male student who wore a skirt. The victim’s father, Scott Smith, was arrested at a LCPS school board meeting weeks later for resisting...
    UPPER MARLBORO, Md. (WJZ) — The Office of The Sheriff’s Warrant and Fugitive Division announced the arrest of Tolulope Oluwakorede Adetayo. Officials said she had a warrant for Threat of Mass Violence. According to authorities, on Aug. 8, Adetayo called a local hospital and spoke with a call taker. She stated that she planned to blow up the hospital. The call taker asked the suspect to repeat herself, which she did, and said again that she was going to blow up the hospital. READ MORE: Governor Larry Hogan Releases Statement On Full FDA Approval Of Pfizers COVID-19 Vaccine Through investigation, officials were able to identify Adetayo as a suspect. READ MORE: 31-Year-Old Man Dies After Fatal Crash In Reisterstown On Aug. 12, duties found Adetayo at an address in the 3500 block of Hubbard Road in Landover. Once on the scene, deputies were told that the suspect was not there but they were given consent to search. During the search, deputies found Adetayo hiding in a hall closet. She was removed and placed into custody. MORE NEWS: COVID-19 In Maryland:...
    EDGEWATER, Md. (WJZ) — Anne Arundel County Police have announced an arrest of a 49-year-old man in connection to a home invasion where a 74-year-old was held at knifepoint. Officials said they have arrested Paul Daniel Harell and charged him with first-degree assault, home invasion, first-degree burglary, attempted first-degree rap, second-degree assault and attempted second-degree rape. READ MORE: 74-Year-Old Woman Held At Knifepoint In Edgewater Home Invasion On Aug. 13, a 74-year-old woman was held at knifepoint by a man who entered her Edgewater home early Friday, Anne Arundel County police said. Officers responded at 12:25 a.m. to the 300 block of Likes Road, where they met the victim. The woman told police an unknown man with a knife entered her home and confronted her in her bedroom. The woman told police that in the struggle, she sustained a small puncture on her upper torso. When she was able to get away and call 911, the man fled, police said. The woman was transported to an area hospital with what police said was a non-life-threatening wound.
    OAKLAND — Police here announced they had arrested the “man responsible” for a July fatal shooting, but investigators said in court records the victim was robbed and gunned down by two people. In a news release Thursday afternoon, Oakland police public information Ofc. Johanna Watson announced Edward Twine, 25, has been arrested and charged with murdering 35-year-old Halia Gebrezghi in a July 10 shooting. Court records show Twine was charged with murder, robbery, and illegally possessing guns and ammunition. “Through this investigation, justice has been served,” Watson said in the news release. But in a sworn statement filed in court Aug. 5, Oakland police Sgt. Yun Zhou described Gebrezghi’s killing as a robbery and fatal shooting perpetrated by two people. “During the incident, both suspects open fired with their firearms,” Zhou wrote. “Gebrezghi was struck by gunfire and succumbed to his wound. Forensic evidence left on scene identified Twine to be one of the suspects who was armed with a firearm and shot Gebrezghi.” The Oakland police release makes no mention of the second suspect. Asked for clarification, Watson said...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia Police announced an arrest in a major case Wednesday, as well as encouraging trends in the city’s fight against gun violence. A 16-year-old boy now faces seven counts of attempted murder for a March 26 shooting outside of the Golf & Social Club on Delaware Avenue in Fishtown. Police are still looking for a second shooter. READ MORE: Philadelphia Hospitals Seeing Sharp Increase In Number Of Children With COVID-19, Rising RSV Infections “We’ve always believed that people know who was involved,” Philadelphia Police Deputy Commissioner Benjamin Naish said. “We got one of them. Now we’re doing everything we can by tracing the steps and looking into the connection of the individual we have in custody, but so far, we don’t have the second person.” In a virtual news conference, officials also announced a slight downward trend in homicides and shooting victims in the past three weeks. Meanwhile, firearms arrests to date are way up this year compared to last year. READ MORE: Part Of MLK Drive Reopens To Vehicles For First Time Since Start Of Pandemic...
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