Saturday, May 21, 2022 - 21:17:42
77 results - (0.007 seconds)

year old Rochester:

Contact Newsletter-online.com: [NewsMag]

latest news at page 1:
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Protestors gathered outside Baltimore Police Department headquarters on Saturday demanding justice for 18-year-old Donelle Rochester who was shot and killed by officers in February. This is the second day in a row that the protestors have taken to the streets to draw attention to the man’s death. Now, they’re demanding action. Morgan State University students are here in front of city police headquarters demanding justice for Donelle Rochester, who was fatally shot by police last month @wjz pic.twitter.com/3m2Ty37jd2 — Stetson Miller (@stetsonmreports) March 26, 2022 READ MORE: Baltimore Library Gives Out Free Chromebooks, Closes Digital DivideThe protestors marched to police headquarters from Morgan State University, which is where many of the organizers of the rally are enrolled as students. They want the officers involved in the fatal shooting of Rochester to be held accountable for their actions and arrested for what happened in Northeast Baltimore. Those officers attempted to pull over and detain Rochester on Feb. 19. He had an open warrant at the time. Rochester tried to flee from police in a Honda Accord before...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The family of an 18-year old killed in a police shooting wants answers in the case.   On February 19, officers with the Baltimore City Police Department working a crime suppression detail in the area of Hillen Road came across a white Honda sedan and ran the plate, which was found to be registered to Donnell Rochester of Odenton, Maryland.  Rochester had an open warrant for failure to appear in a carjacking case, police said.   The department said officers attempted to pull over and detain the teen. Rochester is accused of attempting to drive away and accelerating toward one of the officers. That officer fired into the car, striking Rochester.  The man was taken to a local hospital where he later died.    The Maryland Attorney General’s office is still investigating the incident. Rochester’s family is looking for answers sooner rather than later.   Family gathered outside of the Baltimore City Police Department headquarters in downtown Tuesday afternoon to protest the police-involved shooting.   “It doesn’t even seem like he’s gone. He’s here with us in spirit,” said...
    ROCHESTER, Minn. (WCCO) – Police in Rochester say a man possibly attempted to kidnap a girl at a bus stop on Thursday afternoon. Authorities say that the incident happened around 4 p.m. at the intersection of 21st Street Northwest and 20th Street Northwest. An 11-year-old girl got off the bus and was approached by a man in a blue car, who allegedly asked if he could give her a ride home because of the bad weather. Police say the man offered her candy, but the girl refused. Another man in a different car yelled at the man in the blue car, and he drove off. Police say the suspect is an older man with sandy blonde hair and goatee. His car is a blue crossover type, they say. Officials are looking to speak with him because it’s unclear if he was trying to be a good Samaritan or attempt to abduct the 11-year-old.
    ROCHESTER, Minn. (WCCO) – Police in Rochester say a man possibly attempted to kidnap a girl at a bus stop on Thursday afternoon. Authorities say that the incident happened around 4 p.m. at the intersection of 21st Street Northwest and 20th Street Northwest. An 11-year-old girl got off the bus and was approached by a man in a blue car, who allegedly asked if he could give her a ride home because of the bad weather. Police say the man offered her candy, but the girl refused. Another man in a different car yelled at the man in the blue car, and he drove off. Police say the suspect is an older man with sandy blonde hair and goatee. His car is a blue crossover type, they say. Officials are looking to speak with him because it’s unclear if he was trying to be a good Samaritan or attempt to abduct the 11-year-old.
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A 17-year-old Rochester boy is in custody after he allegedly robbed a 78-year-old woman inside her vehicle Tuesday. St. Cloud police say the incident occurred shortly before 9 a.m. in a parking lot near the 4200 block of Division Street West. There, a 78-year-old Sartell woman was sitting in her car when a person entered through the rear passenger side door. READ MORE: Teen In Custody 'Strongly Believed' To Be Connected To Woodbury Crime SpreeThe male suspect then threatened the victim with a firearm, demanding she give him her belongings. The suspect then got out of the vehicle and fled the area in a black SUV. Police officers investigated and were able to identify a 17-year-old Rochester boy as the suspect. The boy was located in Eden Prairie and arrested by the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Department Violent Offender Task Force. READ MORE: COVID In Minnesota: Several Key Metrics At The Highest Levels Yet This YearPolice say he will be held on charges related to aggravated robbery. Anyone with information about this incident...
    ROCHESTER, N.H. (CBS) – Police in Rochester, N.H. are looking to find a woman who allegedly grabbed a 5-year-old and tried to walk away with him. It happened Tuesday around 5 p.m. at the Rochester Commons on South Main Street. A woman who allegedly grabbed a 5-year-old. (Image Credit: Rochester Police) Police said a mother was walking in the area when a woman with gray hair and all black clothing took her son by the head and said “I am taking you for a walk.” The suspect then took the boy’s hand and tried to walk away with him. The mother’s older son ran over and grabbed his brother. The mother confronted the woman, but she left in a black SUV. Rochester Police said the suspect vehicle is believed to be a Chevy Equinox with tinted windows. A woman who allegedly grabbed a child drove off in this vehicle. (Image Credit: Rochester Police) While the suspect walked away, a Good Samaritan took a cell phone video. No one was hurt during the incident, which police said never became a physical...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A Rochester woman has life-threatening injuries after being hit by a semi truck on Highway 52 Monday night. According to the Minnesota State Patrol, the semi driver, a 57-year-old man from Iowa, was going north on the highway in Pine Island Township. The agency said his truck collided with the 23-year-old woman who was walking on the highway just after 11 p.m. The woman was taken to Saint Marys in Rochester.   More On WCCO.com: NTSB: 3 Dead In Small Plane Crash In Victoria, Identified Community Unites To Search For Missing Isanti Woman Amanda Vangrinsven Minnesota Man Tells Of Years-Long Struggle To Recover From Near-Fatal West Nile Virus Kirk Cousins Temporarily Loses Sponsorship Deal With Michigan Hospital Over COVID Vaccine Stance
    Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren and her estranged husband pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges stemming from a police raid that allegedly turned up a rifle and pistol, and her 10-year-old daughter alone, in the home she shares with him A grand jury indicted Warren and her husband Timothy Granison last week on a felony count of criminal possession of a firearm, as well as misdemeanor counts of endangering the welfare of a child and having unsecured guns in a home. Warren and Granison pleaded not guilty during a brief court appearances and left without speaking to reporters. Warren's attorney, Joseph Damelio, said the mayor didn't know about the guns and that he was eager to review the prosecution's evidence. Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren on Wednesday in court, where she pleaded not guilty to weapons and child endangerment charges in connection to a May 19 raid on the home she shares with her estranged husband Timothy Granison  Police had searched the couple's home in connection to what authorities said was a 'mid-level' cocaine investigation. The search revealed a rifle...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A Rochester woman is fighting for her life after a motorcycle crash Tuesday night in Wabasha County. The Minnesota State Patrol says it happened at about 10:31 p.m. on Highway 60 near Wabasha County Road 4 in West Albany Township. The motorcycle, driven by 42-year-old James Johnson of Eyota, was heading westbound on the highway with it went off the road and collided with a guardrail. Both Johnson and his passenger, 29-year-old Jami Pilar Arrabal, were ejected from the bike. Neither were wearing helmets. Johnson is expected to survive, but Arrabal suffered life-threatening injuries. Both are being treated at St. Mary’s Hospital in Rochester. The state patrol says alcohol was a factor in the crash, which is still under investigation.   More On WCCO.com: ‘You’re Naked’: Fitness Model Deniz Saypinar In ‘Daisy Dukes’ Banned From American Airlines Flight What’s Behind Minnesota’s ‘Very Unusual’ Lack Of Mosquitos This Summer? ‘I Got A Ticket For Driving While Black’: Video Released Showing Rep. John Thompson’s Traffic Stop First Lady Jill Biden Cancels Twin Cities Visit
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Rochester Police are asking for the public’s help finding Brynn Hailey Lackram, a 29-year-old last seen in northwest Rochester just after midnight on Tuesday. Authorities say she may have suffered a medical injury. She is described as 5 feet, 3 inches tall and weighs 125 pounds. Police say she was last wearing a black tank top with a black t-shirt over it, gold flip flops and a cross necklace with green gemstones. Brynn Lackram (Credit: Rochester Police Department) Anyone with information about Lackram’s whereabouts is asked to contact Investigator Jason Wesely at 507-328-6928. You can also contact RPD Dispatch by dialing 911.   More On WCCO.com: Derek Chauvin Closing In On Federal Plea Deal, Sources Tell WCCO Keegan Oyugi’s Body And Car Found In Savage, Police Say St. Paul Couple Shares Video Of Porch Pirate: ‘They’re Not Taking From Amazon, They’re Actually Taking From Good People' From ‘Banh Minn Bun’ To Spicy Vegan Corn Dogs, Minnesota State Fair Adding 20+ New Foods
    A DEADLY fight broke out in a Walmart parking lot in Rochester, New York just before 1AM on Monday, leaving an 18-year-old man dead and three others with critical injuries. Rochester Police say video surveillance shows two groups sparring over words as others began throwing punches - just before shots were fired at 12:50AM. 2A fight broke outside a Rochester Walmart on Monday, leaving one person deadCredit: WHEC As people began scrambling for their lives and running through the parking lot, video shows 18-year-old Angel Gonzalez-Pagan fall to the ground as three others took hits as well. Rochester Police Captain Frank Umbrino spoke to media outside the Walmart SuperCenter in Rochester, saying the 18-year-old and three others were taken to a nearby hospital in a private vehicle before Gonzalez-Pagan was pronounced dead. Among the others shot include a 43-year-old man Umbrino said was "fighting for his life" after he sustained serious injuries from being shot in the upper body. A 23-year-old man and a 31-year-old man also shot are expected to survive. "It's terrible," Umbrino said. "It's another tragedy we're...
    An 18-year-old boy was killed and three other people were wounded when gunfire erupted during a violent melee in a crowded Walmart parking lot in Rochester, New York, overnight. The shooting happened shortly before 1am on Monday outside the Walmart SuperCenter on Hudson Avenue. Cellphone video recorded by a bystander shows several young women brawling before a barrage of gunfire erupts near then, sending everyone fleeing for their lives.     A wild brawl broke out early Monday morning in the parking lot of the Walmart Supercenter in Rochester, New York. During the melee, shots were fired, killing one and wounding three A bystander recorded video of the fight, showing a group of women trading punches in the crowded store parking lot overnight  A minute into the video, a barrage of gunfire rings out, sending people fleeing for their lives  An 18-year-old man was killed in the gunfire, Police Capt. Frank Umbrino told the Democrat & Chronicle. The 18-year-old and three other people were taken by private vehicle to Rochester General Hospital, where the 18-year-old was pronounced...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The Rochester Police Department is asking for help finding Nicolai Allen, a 16-year-old last seen on Saturday. Police say he left his home on his bike around 7 p.m. He is described as 5 feet, 6 inches tall and weighs roughly 115 pounds. On Saturday, Allen was wearing a black hoodie and possibly red shoes. Credit: Rochester Police Department Officials are asking anyone with information to contact Investigator Jason Wesely at 507-328-6928 or call 911.   More On WCCO.com: Pandemic-Driven ‘Wishcycling’ Is Causing Big Problems At Recycling Centers ‘Diabolically Adorable’: 3-Year-Old’s ‘Lion King’ Death Cake Goes Viral Matthew Brust Drowns After Jumping Into Burnsville Lake To Save Girlfriend Dive Team Locates Body Of Man Seen Struggling In Loring Park Pond
    A little boy in Minnesota recently enjoyed his first day of school after spending months in the hospital battling cancer. Nathan Herber was four-years-old when doctors diagnosed him with non-Hodgkin lymphoma in 2018 and had to leave his school in Rochester for treatment at the Mayo Clinic, ABC News reported Tuesday. The illness “is cancer that originates in your lymphatic system, the disease-fighting network spread throughout your body. In non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, tumors develop from lymphocytes — a type of white blood cell,” the clinic’s website said. Following 900 days of enduring treatment, doing online school, and being on life support at one point, Nathan is back with his friends. Nathan was scheduled to receive his final dose of treatment on March 25, so his family planned a special visit to the school. As they drove through the parking lot at St. Francis of Assisi School, hundreds of students cheered, waved signs, and shouted “Nathan, Nathan!” Rochester Catholic Schools shared photos of the event on its Facebook page, showing Nathan grinning from inside his van and children holding signs with phrases such...
    When Nathan Herber was diagnosed with stage 4 T-Cell Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in 2018, he was taken out of school to undergo various aggressive treatments to save his life. The day he took his last dose of treatment, on March 25, 2021, his entire school cheered him on.   FLORIDA MAN DRIVES LAWN MOWER ACROSS STATE ON MISSION TO HELP HABITAT FOR HUMANITY Nathan Herber was diagnosed with the aggressive form of cancer merely a few weeks after celebrating his 4th birthday at Walt Disney World.  "We thought things were pretty awesome ... you know, not a care in the world," Nathan's father, Andy Herber, told Fox News.  Nathan Herber at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota (Andy Herber) But after finding a large mass in their young child's chest, life, as they had known it, changed for the foreseeable future.  "Two weeks after his 4th birthday, literally sitting next to Mickey Mouse, he was getting an IV infusion of strong chemotherapy," Andy Herber said.  TEXAS HOMELESS MAN GETS JOB, SUPPORT AFTER STRANGER'S GENEROSITY: 'GOD IS GOOD' The Herbers, who have two other children -- Nathan's twin brother,...
    The two teens who allegedly set a man on fire inside his own home in upstate New York last week are now facing murder charges after the man died of his injuries Tuesday. The boys – ages 14 and 16 – were initially charged with first-degree assault and second-degree arson after 53-year-old Steven Amenhauser was doused with a flammable liquid and intentionally set on fire while he sat in a chair in his apartment Friday, the Democrat & Chronicle reported, citing police. NEW YORK TEENS CHARGED WITH SETTING MAN ON FIRE INSIDE HIS OWN HOME Amenhauser ran out of his apartment on fire about five minutes after he returned from a corner store at 12:30 p.m., Rochester Police Capt. Frank Umbrino told reporters at a news conference. He suffered second- and third-degree burns to more than 70% of his body and was rushed to the burn unit at Strong Memorial Hospital, where he died of his injuries shortly after 4 a.m. on Tuesday, Umbrino said. Following the 53-year-old's death, the teens were each additionally charged with second-degree murder, the paper reported. The...
    This image taken body camera video released by the Rochester, N.Y., Police Department on Friday, March 5, 2021, shows an officer struggling to subdue a woman suspected of shoplifting who tried to escape with her 3-year-old child in her arms on Feb. 22, 2021. Rochester Police Department via AP Rochester police are investigating an incident where an officer pepper-sprayed a Black mother in front of her child. Body camera footage released by police shows the officer questioning the woman about what she stole. The woman has been charged with trespassing and given an appearance ticket, according to police. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Rochester police are investigating a recent incident where an officer pepper-sprayed a Black mother in front of her child during an arrest. Police were responding to a call of a woman shoplifting on February 22 and the woman who was pepper-sprayed matched the description, CNN reported. Body camera footage released by police shows the officer questioning the woman about what she stole. "What you'd take, tell me what you took," the officer says...
    Uploaded Friday, the footage, dated February 22, shows a police officer approaching a woman and explaining to her that the owner of a nearby business accuses her of stealing items a few minutes earlier. She claims to have stolen nothing and spontaneously shows the contents of her handbag. But the policeman refuses to let her go. She then begins to run and several agents pursue her before tackling her to the ground. The woman manages to get up, and a policeman sprinkles her with pepper spray, before she collapses. Separated from her mother, the 3-year-old girl screams for several minutes, until the officers reunite them again. The Rochester Police Oversight Committee, which only includes members of civil society, said it was “troubled” by the images, which it uploaded, said Shani Wilson, the committee chairperson. a press briefing on Friday. For the instance, there are “disturbing parallels” between this incident and another police intervention at the end of January, during which a 9-year-old child was handcuffed and sprayed with pepper spray. “These disturbing incidents show that the Rochester police force...
    ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- Rochester police had handcuffed a 9-year-old Black girl and put her in the back of a police car last month when an officer made a striking statement: "You're acting like a child.""I am a child," the girl responded.Moments later, police pepper-sprayed the girl as she repeatedly cried and called for her father.The encounter, which was caught on police body camera videos, has set off a firestorm of city officials and lawmakers calling the treatment unacceptable. It was the second time in the last year that Rochester police were criticized for how they handled a young Black girl.The incidents underscore a broader issue that is often overlooked in protests against police violence in the Black community: the "adultification bias" of young Black girls.Black girls, researchers and advocates say, are often stripped of their innocence at a young age and perceived and treated like adults. The perception dehumanizes them and makes Black girls targets of harsh treatment by police and severe disciplinary action at school, research shows. A 2017 study conducted by the Georgetown Law Center on Poverty and...
    The 9-year-old Black girl sat handcuffed in the backseat of a police car, distraught and crying for her father as the white officers grew increasingly impatient while , they tried to wrangle her fully into the vehicle. “This is your last chance,” one officer warned. “Otherwise pepper spray is going in your eyeballs.” Less than 90 seconds later, the girl had been sprayed and was screaming, “Please, wipe my eyes! Wipe my eyes, please!” What started with a report of “family trouble” in Rochester, New York and ended with police treating a fourth-grader like a crime suspect, has spurred outrage as the latest example of law enforcement mistreatment of Black people. As the US undergoes a new reckoning on police brutality and racial injustice in the wake of George Floyd’s death last May, the girl’s treatment illustrates how even young children are not exempt. Research shows Black children are often viewed as being older than they are and are more likely to be seen as threatening or dangerous. Advocates have long said that leads to police treating them in ways...