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    Kim Hyatt writes in the Star Tribune: “The Minnesota State Patrol launched a high-intensity patrol over fishing opener weekend in the Brainerd Lakes area, and troopers throughout the summer will target a region each weekend to crack down on deadly driving behaviors. The initiative, dubbed Project 20(22), focuses on pulling over motorists for speeding, not wearing seat belts and driving distracted or while impaired …. Two of those weekends will focus on the Twin Cities, which is already seeing increased enforcement with the patrol and BCA to assist Minneapolis police as it reels from an officer shortage and rising crime that comes with warmer weather.” WCCO-TV reports: “The difficult Twin Cities housing market is showing no sign of getting any easier for prospective home buyers, as the latest data from Minneapolis and St. Paul Realtors indicates home affordability has reached lows not seen since 2004. … And the median sale price reached a new record $370,000, up 10% from last year, and pushing the affordability index to 95. That means the median income is 95% of the necessary income needed to...
    NORTH CHICAGO, Ill. (WLS) -- A 14-year-old boy was killed in a north suburban shooting on Sunday afternoon has been identified, the Lake County Coroner's Office said.North Chicago Police Department officers were dispatched at 5:15 p.m. Saturday to a report of shots fired in the 1000 block of Jackson Street, where they found a critically injured 14-year-old boy. He was transported to Vista Medical Center East, where he succumbed to his injuries and was pronounced dead in the emergency room, the coroner's office said.He has been identified as 14-year-old Lavon'ta Brown of North Chicago, the coroner's office said. Preliminary autopsy results indicated that he died from multiple gunshot wounds.Brown was at the Citgo station on Jackson Street when he engaged with several people in a vehicle in the Citgo parking lot, preliminary investigation showed. He exchanged gunfire with an occupant and the vehicle fled the area.SEE ALSO | Teen charged after boy killed near Millennium Park 'Bean;' Mayor Lightfoot enacts weekend curfewWaukegan police officers located the suspect vehicle, said said the Lake County Major Crime Task Force. A short time...
    NORTH CHICAGO, Ill. (WLS) -- A 14-year-old boy was killed in a north suburban shooting on Sunday afternoon, authorities said.North Chicago Police Department officers were dispatched at 5:15 p.m. to a report of shots fired in the 1000 block of Jackson Street, where they found a critically injured14-year-old boy. He was transported to an area hospital, where he succumbed to his injuries and was pronounced dead shortly after arriving.The boy was at the Citgo station on Jackson Street when he engaged with several people in a vehicle in the Citgo parking lot, preliminary investigation showed. The boy exchanged gunfire with an occupant and the vehicle fled the area.Waukegan police officers located the suspect vehicle, said said the Lake County Major Crime Task Force. A short time later, the vehicle crashed in the parking lot of the Waukegan Home Depot. The vehicle's occupants fled from officers and three suspects were taken into custody inside the business.North Chicago Police Detectives and Task Force Investigators are actively investigating the homicide.The Lake County Coroner's Office is in the process of scheduling an autopsy. Authorities...
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Dave Romney broke a scoreless tie with a goal in the 63rd minute, C.J. Sapong scored in stoppage time and Nashville SC notched its first win in its new home with a 2-0 victory over Real Salt Lake in MLS play on Sunday. Joe Willis saved the only two shots he faced for Nashville (4-3-3), which opened GEODIS Park last weekend with a 1-1 draw against Philadelphia and has now gone 21 straight games without a home loss. Nashville and Colorado are both on 21-game unbeaten streaks at home, tied for the seventh longest in MLS history. Next up are the 22-match runs of Portland (2013-14) and the Columbus Crew (2008-09). Nashville outshot Real Salt Lake 17-6 with a 9-2 advantage in shots on goal. Zac MacMath saved seven of the nine shots he faced for RSL (4-3-4). ___ The Associated Press created this story using technology provided by Data Skrive and data from Sportradar. Copyright © 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    NEW evidence could help solve the gruesome murder of Russell and Shirley Dermond who were killed in their home in 2014. The elderly couple was last seen running errands on May 1, 2014, in their Georgia neighborhood. 3Russell Dermond's body was found decapitated in his garageCredit: fox5atlanta 3Shirley Dermond's body was found in Lake OconeeCredit: fox5atlanta They were most likely preparing for a Kentucky Derby party they were supposed to go to at a neighbor's home. They never showed up and after three days of not hearing from the couple, a neighbor went to their home to check on them. Unfortunately, they made a gruesome discovery. On May 6 the decapitated body of Russell Dermond, 88, was discovered in the garage of his home. Read more on cold casesJUSTICE DONE Murder of girl, 9, solved by teen who tracked down suspect 59 years laterCHILLING CRIMES Death of girl, 10, has similarities to cold case that inspired Amber Alert The neighbor called 911 and investigators began to comb through the house for any evidence. There was...
    ROUND LAKE, Ill. (WLS) -- Ronald McDonald House Chicago had been home to 2-year-old Abby and her family, but Wednesday she got to actually go home.The toddler has a series of medical issues, some she has had since before birth.With surgery and treatment at Lurie Children's Hospital and a transitional stay at the Ronald McDonald House Almost Home Kids Program, she is able to leave and finally go home for the first time since she was born."I can say I've gained another family, it's been wonderful being here," said Abby's mother, Kaitlynn Cox.While Abby was getting care, her mother stayed at Ronald McDonald House, where Cox has lived for 721 days - the longest stay at the facility."They've been so supportive in so many ways with me being able to come and stay every other weekend," said Abby's grandmother, Carrie Chesters. "I've had a place to stay.""In this case, it has been so long and so challenging for them to get to the point where they can depart as a family unit. It is so special," said Lisa Mitchell with...
    Charging documents reveal new details in the case against 21-year-old Schuyler Lake, who’s charged with second-degree murder in the death of his father. Dean Lake, 57, the co-founder and head brewer of the former Dog Money Restaurant & Brewery, was found early Saturday morning, May 30, apparently beaten to death in the family home in the 400 block of King Street in Leesburg, Virginia. More Loudoun County News More Virginia News In the charging affidavit, a Leesburg police detective wrote a family member discovered Dean Lake’s body on the floor, bloodied, and called 911. The witness said Lake’s son Schuyler might be responsible, and that the young man has a mental disorder. Surveillance video recovered from a neighbor showed that on Friday, April 29, around 10 p.m., a person matching Schuyler’s description was riding a bicycle and shouting obscenities outside the home. When police arrived at the home, they found Schuyler Lake’s cellphone and identification card in the bathroom sink. A nearby soap dispenser had blood residue on it. In another room, police found a pair of bloody...
    Police in Leesburg, Virginia, have charged the son of a 57-year-old man who was found beaten and dead in his home Saturday morning. Leesburg Police charged Schuyler Lake, 21, with second degree murder, credit card theft and credit card fraud during their investigation into the death of his father, Dean Lake. At this time, police said there are no other persons of interest in this investigation and there is no further danger to the community. Schuyler Lake was taken into custody without incident near the intersection of Russell Branch Parkway and Battlefield Parkway in Leesburg earlier Saturday. The department said officers were called to investigate suspicious events in the 400 block of South King Street at around 7:30 a.m. After arriving on the scene, police found Dean Lake, whose upper body had sustained blunt force trauma. No official cause of death has been released. More Loudoun County News More Crime News Police were looking for Schuyler since his father, Dean, was discovered Saturday morning. Dean Lake was an established beer brewer in the Leesburg area, best known...
    A 21-year-old man was arrested in connection with his dad's death in a Leesburg home Saturday, April 30, authorities said. Schuyler Lake was being sought by police after Dean Lake, 57, was found dead with trauma to his upper body around 7:30 a.m. at a home on South King Street, Township police said in a news release. No other persons of interest in this investigation. It was not clear if any charges had been filed. Dean Lake was the head brewer and co-founder of Dog Money Restaurant and Brewery, which closed in 2020. At the time of his death, he helmed operations for Black Hoof Brewing. The incident remains under investigation by the Leesburg Police Department Criminal Investigation Section. Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact Detective M. Kadric at 703-771-4500 or at [email protected]   If you wish to remain anonymous, please call the Leesburg Crime Line at 703-443-TIPS (8477). Information can also be sent using TIPSUBMIT via text. Text 274637 (CRIMES) and begin your message with LPDTIP.
    Police in Leesburg, Virginia, say the son of a 57-year-old man found beaten and dead in his home Saturday morning was taken into custody. In a news release, officials say Schuyler Lake, the man’s 21-year-old son, was taken into custody without incident near the intersection of Russell Branch Parkway and Battlefield Parkway in Leesburg. The department says officers were called to investigate suspicious events in the 400 block of South King Street at around 7:30 a.m. After arriving on the scene, police found the 57-year-old, whose upper body had sustained blunt force trauma. No official cause of death has been released. More Loudoun County News More Crime News Police were looking for Schuyler since his father, Dean, was discovered Saturday morning. Dean Lake was an established beer brewer in the Leesburg area, best known as the co-founder and head brewer of the former Dog Money Restaurant & Brewery. Currently, officials have only named Schuyler Lake as a person of interest. Initially, Leesburg police said they were seeking the location of Schuyler Lake due to “mental and/or physical health...
    STILLWATER, Minn. (WCCO) – Officers who shot and killed a man near Forest Lake in November of last year were justified in their use of deadly force and will not be charged, the Washington County Attorney’s Office says. Bradley George Erickson, 47, was killed after a pursuit, when officers used a PIT maneuver on the afternoon of Nov. 28, 2021. Erickson reportedly raised a rifle and pointed at a deputy. Forest Lake officers Jonathan Glader and Matthew Smith, along with Washington County Sheriff’s Deputy Greg Reiter fired their weapons. READ MORE: Minnesota Zoo's New Construction Project Is A Pedestrian Loop 32 Feet Above The GroundErickson was airlifted to Hennepin Healthcare, but died at the hospital. “While the death of an individual by deadly force is never to be taken lightly, there is no question that the actions of the officers in this matter were wholly justified,” said Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension Criminal Division Head Nick Hydukovich. READ MORE: Willem Dafoe To Receive Honorary Doctorate From University Of WisconsinThe county attorney’s office said officers had arrived at a home on the...
    (CNN)One South Lake Tahoe,California, renter had some unknown house guests living underneath their house.For months the renter, who chooses to remain anonymous, had heard occasional noises like that of purring beneath the floorboards, but thought nothing of it.They asked neighbors if they were hearing the same noise, but everything was quiet on their end.Finally this week, more rumblings prompted them to believe those noises could have been a bear. That's when they called the BEAR League, a non profit group that works to keep bears in the area safe, to check out the house.Hank the Tank, a 500-pound bear, was blamed for Lake Tahoe break-ins. But DNA evidence tells a different storyWhat they discovered underneath were five black bears: a mama and four cubs.Read MoreExecutive director of BEAR League, Ann Bryant, told CNN Thursday the bears had likely been hibernating under the house since the beginning of December.The noises the renter heard were likely the bears snoring, nursing, or rolling around, Bryant said. "Bears don't hibernate deeply, they go into a lighter state of torpor," she added.When BEAR League was...
    UTICA, Ind. (AP) — An Indiana congressional candidate changed his voter registration last year to an address local officials say isn’t a residence — a large metal-sided garage that he says has a two-bedroom bachelor pad inside. Republican Mike Sodrel, who was previously elected to a single U.S. House term in 2004, switched his residency from a lakeside home valued at more than $1 million located just outside southern Indiana’s 9th District as he entered the race for the solidly GOP open seat. Election experts say the residence changes by Sodrel and another top Republican contender for the seat don’t appear illegal. However, they come at a time many Republicans have made “election integrity” a top concern amid former President Donald Trump’s continued questioning of U.S. voting systems. Sodrel, 76, the multimillionaire owner of a trucking company, switched his voter registration on Feb. 15 from the lake home residence in Bartholomew County — where he had been registered to vote since 2011 — to an address 70 miles south in Utica, less than a mile from the banks of...
    (CBS DETROIT) – On Monday’s schedule for Mrs. Rocho’s 4th grade class at Bailey Lake Elementary in Clarkston, there’s science, Spanish, and a special zoom with LJ. “Hi, LJ.,” the class yells out as they see their former classmate on a zoom call. READ MORE: Detroit Woman Uses Late Mother's Lottery Numbers, Wins $150K Powerball PrizeLJ is a former classmate who moved to Poland this passed February after her dad received a job there. Her fellow classmates were beyond excited to see her. “Pretty exciting because a lot of us having seen her since she moved,” said 4th grader Mya Graw. This was not just a reunion to catch up, the kids had some exciting news to share with LJ. “I donated $20 in cash,” 4th grader Stella Gilbert said during an interview. When the school learned of LJ’s family taking Ukrainian refugees into their home, and supplying whatever they needed with their own money, they knew they had to help out. “The coin drive just came up between me and some of the PTA members and it happened, quick,” said...
    Former Chicago Bears offensive line coach Juan Castillo placed his four-bedroom, 3,166-square-foot house in Lake Bluff on the market for $799,000. Castillo, 62, joined the Bears in 2020 and was with the team for two seasons. After former head coach Matt Nagy was fired on Jan. 10, Castillo also was cut loose, and in February, the Washington Commanders hired him as that team’s tight ends coach. Castillo listed his Lake Bluff home for sale on March 30. Built in 1986 and located in Lake Bluff’s Tangley Oaks area, Castillo’s eight-room house has 3-1/2 bathrooms, a living room with built-ins, a family room with a vaulted ceiling and a gas fireplace, and a first-floor primary bedroom suite with a large and recently expanded walk-in closet. The kitchen has an island, a double oven and an oversized breakfast bar. The house also has a large deck and sits on a 0.47-acre wooded lot. Castillo paid $725,000 for the house in March 2021. Listing agent Alissa McNicholas declined to comment on the listing. The house found a buyer after just two days on...
    WOODSTOCK, Ill. -- A suburban Chicago woman who pleaded guilty in her 5-year-old son's death is challenging her conviction and 35-year sentence, saying she had postpartum depression and psychosis when she killed her son.The video featured is from a previous report.JoAnn Cunningham, 39, of Crystal Lake, claimed in her petition for post-conviction relief that she did not receive adequate counsel. She claimed to have been seeing demons and believed her son was possessed by a demon, and said she sought an exorcism from a priest, a chaplain and AJ's father, Andrew Freund, The Northwest Herald reported.EMBED More News Videos "I love him and I miss him and there's nothing I wouldn't do to bring him back," Cunningham told the court. McHenry County Judge Robert Wilbrandt, who sentenced Cunningham, said Friday he has 90 days to decide whether the post-conviction petition has merit. If relief is granted, it could result in Cunningham's guilty plea and sentence being set aside and a date could be set for a new trial.If Wilbrandt finds her claims are warranted, he then would assign Cunningham an...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A Red Lake man has pleaded guilty to fatally shooting and killing a tribal police officer last year. David Donnell Jr. was earlier charged with one count of second-degree murder and four counts of assault, according to court documents. According to a complaint, Donnell’s girlfriend’s mother called police and said he was suicidal. Ryan Bialke and four other Red Lake Tribal Police Department officers responded and found Donnell, who had an active warrant, on the front porch of his home in Redby. When they confronted him, he ran inside and refused to come out. The officers decided to force their way in, with Bialke in the lead. When he kicked the door down, he was hit by gunfire from inside of the home. Officer Ryan Bialke (credit: Red Lake DPS) Bialke died at the scene. He left behind a wife and four children. A neighbor called an officer and said Donnell came to her house and she took a gun from him. Officers went to her home, arrested Donnell and seized a rifle, the complaint states. Donnell allegedly...
    It was just after midnight Saturday when Ignacio Genzon was accompanying the last of his guests out of his Silver Lake home. While heading out to the street, Genzon said they paused in the frontyard. Out of the corner of his eye, the cinematographer spotted what he thought was “a really big dog.” “It was walking very calmly,” Genzon recalled. When he gave a closer look, he realized he was staring at a mountain lion. “We were shocked — it was maybe 20 feet away from us,” Genzon said. “It was walking on the sidewalk and didn’t seem to be in any kind of a hurry.” Heading northbound on Benton Way about a half-mile below the Silver Lake Reservoir, the big cat bore a noticeable collar around its neck and is believed to be P-22, the only mountain lion known to reside in the Griffith Park area. California A ‘blood money’ betrayal: How corruption spoiled reparations for Armenian genocide victims In the mid-2000s, attorneys won a pair of legal settlements for $37.5 million in the...
    EAGLE ROCK, LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Los Angeles' newest tiny home village for the homeless has opened in Eagle Rock.A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held there Wednesday morning."Less than a year ago, this was the site of one of the largest encampments in this neighborhood," L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti said at the ceremony. "But next week, it will become a place of hope, a place of rebirth, a place of belief, a place of opportunity. people can find stability and security and be case managed back into the light and out of the darkness."RELATED - Report: 17 of 183 people removed from Echo Park Lake encampment in long-term housingEMBED More News Videos Only 17 out of 183 homeless people who were removed from an Echo Park Lake encampment last March have been placed in long-term housing, according to a report published Wednesday by the UCLA Luskin Institute on Inequality and Democracy. The new site will provide nearly 100 beds, along with air conditioners, heaters and bathrooms.It's part of a larger plan to develop housing opportunities throughout L.A. neighborhoods.READ MORE: 2 Inland...
    SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. (KGO) -- The infamous Lake Tahoe Bear known for invading people's homes may have an issue with his own roommate.It's unclear if this is actually Hank the Tank, but a pair of black bears were caught scuffling outside the building they live in South Lake Tahoe.RELATED: Tahoe police say calls about Hank the Tank are disrupting operationsToogee Sielsch, who took the video says spotted one bear going in. But when the second bear arrives -- the two get into it."I guess one of them left his dishes in the sink and the other one wasn't happy about it," said Sielsch.We are told the two bears shacked up peacefully the next night.They are "best buds again."RELATED: Giant bear 'Hank the Tank' burglarizes another Lake Tahoe home; dozens of break-ins since JulyVIDEO: Giant bear 'Hank the Tank' breaks into another Lake Tahoe homeEMBED More News Videos Hank the Tank, a 500-pound bear notorious for wreaking havoc in residential neighborhoods, has hit another home in Lake Tahoe. If you're on the ABC7 News app, click here to...