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                 Wesley Somers, aged 26, of Hendersonville was supposed to be sentenced today in federal court for his role in the Nashville courthouse fire but the sentencing has been delayed for a second time. Somers was originally supposed to be sentenced on December 1st, 2021 and it had been postponed to January 18th, 2022. The Clerk’s Office of the Middle District of Tennessee told The Tennessee Star that Mr. Somers’ counsel made a motion to postpone, yet again. The new sentencing hearing is scheduled for February 22nd at 1pm. Wesley Somers was the first person arrested in connection with the May 30, 2020 Nashville Courthouse fire and, after the case was moved to federal jurisdiction, will be the second to receive a sentence. Mr. Somers previously pled guilty to the federal charge of Malicious Destruction of Property Using Fire or Explosives. Previous reporting said on May 31, 2020 Metro Nashville Police Department announced that Wesley Somers, aged 26, of Hendersonville, had been arrested “on charges of felony arson, vandalism, & disorderly conduct for setting fire to Nashville’s Historic Courthouse”. Somers...
    Image source: WCCO-TV video screenshot Blanton can be heard on outdoor surveillance video yelling at the carjackers to get out of the vehicle, WCCO said, adding that Blanton said they tried running him over until he had to let go, and the suspects drove away. “Attacking a parent at pick up from preschool is one of the more vulnerable people we have in our community,” he told station afterward. The suspects' vehicle had been taken during a carjacking earlier in the day in Richfield, WCCO reported, adding that it was found abandoned later in St. Louis Park. No weapons were involved, and no one was hurt in the incident, the station said. He says he's not a hero Blanton — who played for the Minnesota Vikings from 2012 to 2015 and then for the Buffalo Bills from 2016 to 2017 before retiring — told WCCO he's "definitely not a hero" for doing what he did. But the mother is, he said. “I think the mom is a hero for fighting...
    An off-duty Los Angeles Police Department officer was shot and killed Monday night while house hunting on LA's south side in an attempted armed robbery.  The officer, who was identified yesterday as 27-year-old Fernando Arroyos, was found by LA County sheriff's deputies in an alley after they responded to a call on the shooting at 9:15pm. The off-duty officer was wearing plain clothes and was with his girlfriend at the time of the shooting. Deputies bundled him into the back of a patrol car and rushed him to hospital, but he died later that evening from the multiple gunshot wounds.  Despite his young age, Arroyo was a 'promising' officer' and had already served with the LAPD for three years prior to his death.  LAPD Chief Michael Moore said: 'He had a promising future. A bright future that was taken away viscously over a street robbery.' Mayor Eric Garcetti said the officer 'died a hero trying to defend himself and his girlfriend'. 'My heart is broken. Our city's heart is broken. And certainly our LAPD family's hearts all grieve.'  Los...
    The suspects in the shooting death of rapper Young Dolph have both been arrested, including an up-and-coming rapper who served just months of a five-year sentence for a triple shooting in 2017. Justin Johnson, 23, and Cornelius Smith, 32, are now in custody, according to the Shelby County District Attorney's Office. Both men are charged with first-degree murder, criminal attempted first degree murder, and theft of property. Dolph, 36 - real name Adolph Robert Thornton - was shot and killed as he shopped inside a cookie store in Memphis on November 17.   In 2017, Johnson, who raps under the name Straight Drop, was sentenced to five years in prison after shooting three people with an assault rifle during a brawl at a Memphis bowling alley. 'It's called the Department of Corrections not the Department of Punishment,' the judge in the case said at the time, who suspended Johnson's sentence after just five months. Shelby County court records also show that unrelated drug and weapons charges against Johnson were dropped in 2018.  Justin Johnson, 23, and Cornelius Smith, 32, have been arrested...
    (CNN)A Key West, Florida, bartender who had worked a busy New Year's Eve shift helped police track down two men suspected of defacing the famous "Southernmost Point" buoy landmark.The anchored 20-ton concrete buoy in Key West sustained "extensive damage" after a Christmas tree was placed near it and lit on fire, according to Key West police. The fire left a black mark blazed across the brightly colored paint job that reads "Southernmost Point Continental U.S.A.""The Southernmost Point is one of the most iconic spots in the Florida Keys," said Key West Mayor Teri Johnston in a news release last week. "People come from around the world in order to be photographed in front of this statue."Images and videos from nearby surveillance cameras captured two men dragging the tree to the buoy and lighting it on fire. At times, the men ducked behind the buoy as vehicles drove by, according to the police report. The two even took photos with their phones next to the buoy as the tree burned, according to the report. It all occurred a little after 3...
    In Cook County, Chicago, there are 2,300 people free on electronic ankle monitors and 75 percent are accused of violent crimes Ninety people accused of murder are free on electronic monitoring ankles in Chicago thanks to woke bail reforms that have put scores of violent criminals back on the streets. Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart revealed the numbers to CBS on Monday, along with his fears that it is making communities significantly less safe.  Dart said that in his county alone, 90 people accused of murder are free along with 40 people charged with attempted murder and 852  people charged with aggravated gun possession.  In the year 2021, Chicago Police Department let 2,300 people go free on an ankle monitoring bail.  Of them, 133 were arrested for committing another violent crime, according to Mayor Lori Lightfoot last week.  The reforms were imposed by Cook County Chief Judge Timothy Evans in 2017.  Since then, crime in Chicago has skyrocketed and now, 75 percent of those with electronic monitoring bracelets are accused of violent crimes.  Despite pleas from Mayor Lori Lightfoot to lock...
    Authorities in Augusta, Georgia, have launched a manhunt for two suspects accused of fatally shooting an 8-year-old girl in the head as she petted horses outside her home on Saturday. Arbrie Leigh Anthony, an honor-roll student at Jenkins-White Elementary School, began the day visiting with her aunt and playing outside. By Saturday night, she was pronounced dead at a local hospital after police say two suspects driving by in a red or orange Jeep Compass fired as many as 10 shots outside her apartment building. They unleashed the rain of bullets on an area where neighbors kept horses for children to pet, police said. One of the horses was also killed in the attack. “We are following up on every lead that comes in, but I cannot and will not accept the fact that no one knows who these suspects are,” Richmond County Sheriff Richard Roundtree told reporters Monday. “There are individuals in this community that knew why they were there, knew what they were there for and knew who they were after, but yet they’ve failed to come forward...
    BRONX, New York (WABC) -- An investigation is underway after a man was shot on subway train in the Bronx Monday afternoon.According to police, a man was shot aboard a northbound 2 train near the Allerton Avenue station around 3:15 p.m.They say two suspects were last seeing fleeing from the 2 train.The victim was taken to a nearby hospital where he is expected to survive.Officials say some 2 trains are being delayed or rerouted while the NYPD responds to the incident.The investigation is ongoing.This is breaking news. This story will be updated as more information becomes available.----------* More Bronx news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app for breaking news alerts * Follow us on YouTube Submit a News Tip
    An Oklahoma couple was arrested for murder after they allegedly beat a woman to death with a crowbar and had sex in her bed while she was in the next room 'struggling to live'. Nicholas Johnson, 28, and Brinlee Denison, 25, were charged with first degree murder and larceny of an automobile in connection to the January 4 slaying of Sarah Maguire.  The suspects, who were arrested at a Whataburger in Arkansas, have allegedly confessed to killing Maguire, 29, with Johnson citing jealousy as his motive. The 28-year-old accused killer claims he was in an 'intimate relationship' with Denison, who was also dating Maguire. According to KNWA, he was introduced to Maguire through Denison and 'jealous of the relationship' between them.  Both suspects are in custody at the Washington County Jail in Arkansas and being held on a $1 million bond for murder and an additional $10,000 for larceny. They will be extradited back to Oklahoma for a future court appearance. Sarah Maguire, 29, (pictured) was found dead in her Tulsa home last Tuesday after having been beaten to death with a...
    A year after hundreds of Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol, more than 725 people have been arrested and the Justice Department is preparing for its first criminal trials next month in what it says is its biggest ever investigation. The Department of Justice will not say how many people are working on its investigation or how much has been spent. But Attorney General Merrick Garland laid out a sense of the scale of the federal investigation. 'Led by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia and the FBI’s Washington Field Office, DOJ personnel across the department — in nearly all 56 field offices, in nearly all 94 United States Attorneys’ Offices, and in many Main Justice components — have worked countless hours to investigate the attack,' he said in a speech to mark the anniversary. 'Approximately 70 prosecutors from the District of Columbia and another 70 from other U.S. attorney’s offices and DOJ divisions have participated in this investigation.' Suspects had been arrested in nearly all 50 states and the District of Columbia,' he said.  Attorney General...
    Russia is to toughen its child sex laws this month to automatically jail repeat paedophiles for life in harsh polar prisons. Monsters who sexually abuse children should serve their sentences in hard labour penal colonies in the Arctic, where they could be forced to work in Siberian mines, the country's parliamentary speaker said. The new legislation is being pushed through after a horrific case this week of a girl, five, who was abducted by a recidivist paedophile and his lover, then raped and stabbed to death. Veronika Nikolayeva had been playing near her mother's workplace in Kostroma, and a video showed how she was snatched before being abused. The helpless girl 'struggled and fought back' but passersby did not pay attention to her distress - and the men took her to their hostel. Her corpse was later found in a duffle bag as the suspects, named Denis Gerasimov, 44, and Vadim Belyakov, 24, planned to dispose of her body. Parliamentary speaker Vyacheslav Volodin (pictured) said child rapists 'cannot be called human' as he called for new law to send repeat...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — The suspect was covered from head to toe, skulking through the dark streets of the nation’s capital before methodically placing two explosives outside the offices of the Republican and Democratic national committees. Only 17 hours later — and just before the U.S. Capitol was stormed by a sea of pro-Trump rioters — were the pipe bombs discovered. It quickly became one of the highest-priority investigations for the FBI and the Justice Department. But the trail grew cold almost immediately. A year later, federal investigators are no closer to learning the person’s identity. And a key question remains: Was there a connection between the pipe bombs and the riot at the Capitol? The suspect is among hundreds of people still being sought by the FBI following last January’s deadly insurrection. So far, 250 people seen on video assaulting police at the Capitol still haven’t been fully identified and apprehended by the FBI, and another 100 are being sought for other crimes tied to the riot. The investigation has been a massive undertaking for federal law enforcement officials. More...
    Philadelphia police apprehended the two suspects shortly after the incident and rushed both to Penn Presbyterian Medical Center. At least one of the suspects has been listed as in critical condition. The Lyft driver was not injured during the incident. WTXF reported that bystanders witnessed the entire incident as it took place since it occurred at a relatively busy intersection and in broad daylight. The outlet noted that the setting of the incident shows just how brazen the suspects were in attempting the carjacking. Witnesses also reportedly said they saw the suspect who drove off in the Lyft driver's vehicle fall out of the car as it came to a stop just three blocks away from the scene of the crime. Police reportedly recovered all of the weapons from the scene. The identities of those involved have yet to be released. Philadelphia has been hit with a slew of violent crimes over the past year, including a record-breaking 562 homicides. Additionally, 14 people have already been shot in the city since the start of the new year. ...
    Two men attacked a worker at a Burger King in Brooklyn last month over a delay to their food order, police said on Monday. The suspects are said to have complained that their food was taking too long to prepare at the burger chain's Linden Boulevard outlet in Brownsville, officials said. Video of the violent incident shows one man, wearing a black hoodie and his face obscured by a face mask, vault the counter and grapple the worker against it at about 6:15 p.m. on December 4. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Courting controversy! Axed Bucs wide receiver Antonio Brown... Cuomo's off the hook: Groping charges against disgraced... Share this article Share The second suspect, also wearing a hoodie and face mask, is seen in the footage punching the worker in the head across the counter.  The first suspect can also be seen punching the worker in the video captured by a security camera above the counter, looking out into the Burger King joint. As onlookers fled the restaurant, two other Burger King employees came...
    (CNN)One suspect linked to a shooting that killed a police officer and wounded another was arrested Friday in Indiana, and hours later the other suspect turned herself in to police in Illinois, according to authorities.Wednesday's shooting happened at a hotel in Bradley, Illinois, as police investigated a noise complaint. Sgt. Marlene R. Rittmanic, 49, died of her wounds Thursday and Officer Tyler J. Bailey, 27, was hospitalized and is in critical condition. Darius D. Sullivan was taken into custody Friday morning in North Manchester, Indiana, after US Marshals and a SWAT team executed a search warrant at a home, Indiana State Police Sgt. Glen Fifield said at a news conference."I can confirm that Sullivan is a suspect in the murder of Sergeant Rittmanic and the attempted murder of Officer Bailey," Fifield said. Sullivan, of Bourbonnais, Illinois, and another person were arrested without incident and are in custody of North Manchester police, he added. Read More1 officer is dead and a second in critical condition after a shooting at an Illinois hotel, police saySeveral weapons and drugs were recovered at the...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Two teenagers and one man are in custody following a string of armed robberies Tuesday morning in the Twin Cities. The Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office says the first robbery happened around 9:30 a.m. on the 700 block of Osceola Avenue in St. Paul. The victim reported that their black BMW SUV was blocked by three suspects, one of which was armed with a handgun. The victim said that they had to pull their child from the vehicle as the carjackers sped off. The deputies searched for the SUV and found that it was allegedly involved in a recent robbery in Minneapolis. When deputies found the vehicle near the Minneapolis-St. Paul border, a 17-year-old boy got out of the backseat and ran. Deputies chased the teenager and arrested him near Huntington Bank Stadium on the University of Minnesota campus. The sheriff’s office says the teen’s criminal history includes weapons charges and aggravated robbery. While the foot chase happened, another armed robbery occurred nearby. The sheriff’s office says the suspect descriptions matched those of...
    A stash of stolen treasure has been recovered by the police – almost 2,000 years after it was taken. The 'remarkably well preserved' artefacts were found last week after officers stopped a suspicious vehicle in Jerusalem's Musrara neighbourhood.  Inside, they found hundreds of late Roman coins, an ornate pair of 2,000-year-old bronze incense burners - known as censers - a bronze jug for serving wine, and more. Archaeologists believe the treasures were probably stolen during the Bar Kokhba revolt – a Jewish rebellion against Roman rule in the second century AD. Now the three suspects who were in the car face a criminal investigation, amid suspicions that they themselves looted the artefacts from a hideout used by Bar Kokhba rebels. A stash of stolen treasure has been recovered by the police in Jerusalem – almost 2,000 years after it was taken. It included hundreds of Roman coins (pictured) It's thought the treasures had been brought to Jerusalem in a bid to sell them to an antiquities dealer. The trio were only rumbled after attempting to drive a car up a one-way...
    SAN MATEO (BCN) – Police in San Mateo on Wednesday arrested two suspects following a report that a group of people were threatening the occupants of a residence. Adrian Recinos, 18, of San Mateo, was arrested on suspicion of making criminal threats, resisting, delaying or obstructing a public officer, conspiracy, possession of a baton or leaded cane and possession of a deadly weapon with intent to assault. READ MORE: 1st Case of COVID Omicron Variant Confirmed In Santa Clara CountyA 17-year-old male juvenile, also of San Mateo, was arrested on suspicion of criminal threats, resisting an executive officer, battery on a peace officer and conspiracy. On Wednesday at 12:44 a.m., officers with the San Mateo Police Department responded to the 700 block of Monte Diablo Avenue and located two suspects matching the descriptions of the individuals who were reportedly threatening the occupants of a residence. The officers ordered the suspects to stop, and when they refused, an officer approached the juvenile. Police said the juvenile then punched the officer in the face, and a struggle ensued. READ MORE: Pedestrian Hit...
    Six more suspects, including four minors, have been arrested in connection with a series of smash-and-grab robberies in Los Angeles retail shops, authorities said Thursday.  The incidents occurred at four locations on Nov. 22, Dec. 3 and Wednesday, the Los Angeles Police Department said. In one robbery, one of the suspects pushed a pregnant employee to the ground, police said.   Maricio Ulloa, 19, is charged with burglary and Angel Torres, 21, was arrested on suspicion of robbery.  SMASH-AND-GRAB ROBBERIES PLAGUE CITIES WITH LIBERAL DISTRICT ATTORNEYS VideoThe other four suspects were not identified because they are younger than 18.  The LAPD did not say how much in merchandise was lost to the thefts but flash mobs have been known to ransack businesses for thousands of dollars worth of goods in a matter of seconds.  The thefts were the latest in a wave of robberies featuring groups of thieves who brazenly enter retail shops and smash glass displays to steal jewelry, designer bags and other luxury items, sometimes in the presence of shocked onlookers.  VideoCritics have blamed California's zero-bail...
    Eric Siddall of the Association of Los Angeles Deputy District Attorneys slammed LA DA George Gascon Monday for his silence on the recent string of smash-and-grab robberies The head of a union that represents roughly 1,000 Los Angeles County prosecutors slammed District Attorney George Gascon for keeping mum despite the recent string of smash-and-grab robberies plaguing Southern California.   Gascon, one of many 'woke' DAs bankrolled by billionaire Democrat donor George Soros, has survived one recall effort and faces another that was launched Monday after he was accused of being soft on crime.  'He's created an atmosphere devoid of accountability,' said Eric Siddall, vice president of the Association of Los Angeles Deputy District Attorneys, during an appearance on Fox News on Monday.  The union head's comments come as organized groups of thieves continue to terrorize cities like Los Angeles and San Francisco, brazenly looting retail stores for thousands of dollars-worth of goods, often in front of customers and staff. Gascon's silence in the face of the lawlessness has only infuriated his critics. Gascon has faced rampant criticism since assuming office last year...
    A statewide zero cash bail policy for misdemeanors and lower-level felonies was implemented last year as part of a supposed effort to reduce overcrowding in jails amid the coronavirus pandemic, but the policy ended in June. A similar policy, however, was continued in Los Angeles County after Gascón was sworn in. On Twitter, the district attorney called the money bail system "unsafe" and "unjust" and vowed to end it altogether. He later told U.S. News and World Report that "eliminating money bail is one of the moral imperatives of our generation." Amid the news of the 14 released looting suspects, Democratic Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti joined Moore calling for the policy to be terminated. "We need the help of our criminal justice system, of our judges, of our jailers," Garcetti said. "We have opened up a lot of the city because we're in a better place with COVID. We should be able to also open up our jails, and we should be able to have judges that put people behind those bars."
    Police in Los Angeles have announced 14 arrests in connection with 11 recent smash-and-grab robberies at stores where nearly $340,000 worth of merchandise was stolen, but all the suspects have been released. Los Angeles Police Chief Michel Moore said that most of the accused robbers suspected of ransacking businesses between November 18 and 28 bailed out or met no-bail criteria, and one is a juvenile. At a joint news conference on Thursday announcing the arrests, both Moore and Mayor Eric Garcetti called for an end to a no-bail policy for some defendants aimed at reducing overcrowding at Los Angeles County jails during the coronavirus pandemic. Garcetti said with the pandemic easing, it's time to make room again in lockups for criminals who commit violent acts and put store employees in danger.  LAPD's top cop said at least $338,000 in goods were stolen over ten days from stores and malls across the city that incurred $40,000 in property damage. Investigators are searching for multiple outstanding suspects, he said. The brazen heists were part of a rash of organized retail crime in...
    SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — San Jose police officials angrily lashed out on social media Tuesday night after two suspects charged with a fatal Halloween shooting in South San Jose were released from jail without having to post bail. On their Twitter page, officials did not mince words. READ MORE: Authorities: Suspect In Walnut Creek Nordstrom Smash-And-Grab Out On Bail; 2nd Suspect Appears In Court“Our homicide detectives do an exceptional job,” the post read. “Suspects Anzures and Castillo were arrested for homicide 29. The DA filed charges on both. They are no longer in jail. The criminal justice system believes they are fine out of custody without bail.” “Yes you read that correctly, two homicide suspects, charged, out of custody,” the post continued. “Our community deserves better, the victim’s family deserve better. The taking of someone’s life is the ultimate crime. The system has failed.” READ MORE: Housing Shortage: Inventory Of Single-Family Homes In Santa Clara County Reach Record Low, Realtors SayEfrain Anzures, 27, and Alfred Castillo, 26, were being held in the slaying of Isiah Gonzalez, who was killed...
    POLICE have launched a probe after a man was stabbed in the head during a mass brawl which erupted “over a parking space”. West Midlands Police are investigating after a man in his 20s was attacked with a machete-style weapon when he was attacked in a car park in Castle Bromwich, Birmingham.  3Officers are investigating the serious assaultCredit: SnapperSK 3Forensics were seen scouring the scene of the tower block car parkCredit: SnapperSK The victim was seriously assaulted in Albany House tower block car park  at around 4.30pm yesterday.  Emergency services rushed to the scene and attempted to break up the disorder which is understood to have involved up to ten people.  Did you see what happened? Call 0207 782 4368 or email emma.james@the-sun.co.uk One eyewitness said: "I saw a man and woman arguing and heard her say that’s my space. "I think she called someone and a group turned up with weapons. One bloke hit the lad on the head. "It’s not unusual for them to be shouting round here but it does make you think 'how safe am I?'...
    POLICE have launched a probe after a man was stabbed in the head during a mass brawl which erupted “over a parking space”. West Midlands Police are investigating after a man in his 20s was attacked with a machete-style weapon when he was attacked in a car park in Castle Bromwich, Birmingham.  SnapperSK 3 Officers are investigating the serious assault SnapperSK 3 Forensics were seen scouring the scene of the tower block car park The victim was seriously assaulted in Albany House tower block car park  at around 4.30pm yesterday.  Emergency services rushed to the scene and attempted to break up the disorder which is understood to have involved up to ten people.  One eyewitness said: “I saw a man and woman arguing and heard her say that’s my space. “I think she called someone and a group turned up with weapons. One bloke hit the lad on the head. “It’s not unusual for them to be shouting round here but it does make you think ‘how safe am I?’ when I park my car there. “It was...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A 14-year-old boy is under arrest in connection to a pair of BB gun shootings in the Bronx. The first incident happened on Nov. 3. Surveillance video captured four suspects walking toward a fruit stand on White Plains Road. One of the suspects was seen shooting a 73-year-old worker with a BB gun. READ MORE: Suspects Wanted For Shooting Food Stand Worker, Subway Conductor With BB Gun In The Bronx Five days later, an MTA conductor was shot in the face at the 219th Street station. Both victims were treated for their injuries at local hospitals. The teenager has been charged with assault and criminal possession of a weapon.
    Content warning: disturbing footage: WANTED for ROBBERY: Do you know them? On 11/8/21 at approx 2:25 AM, in front of 267 Tremont Ave in the Bronx, three men and one woman assaulted a 39-year-old male in a wheelchair, then removed his property. Any info? DM @NYPDTips, or anonymously call them at 800-577-TIPS.pic.twitter.com/bImnUcef6v — NYPD NEWS (@NYPD NEWS) 1637672550 Anything else to know about this? A similar incident took place in August when a group approached another wheelchair-bound man and assaulted him outside of another storefront. This crime was also caught on camera. According to reports, a pair of robbery suspects approached the man in the evening hours outside a local business. Footage of the attack showed the two suspects pulling the victim's chair onto he sidewalk and forcing him to turn over his cell phone and $100. Video showed at least one of the men grabbing the victim by his wrists and dragging him out of the wheelchair as the victim attempted to fight back. The victim was struck several times during...
    The Dark Knight may be patrolling the streets in northeastern Mexico after several attempted robbers were found tied up to lampposts with their faces painted like the supervillain Joker - leaving many to wonder who the mystery 'Batman' could be. A man and a woman who were busted for stealing a female pedestrian’s purse over the weekend in the city of Río Bravo displayed the DC Comic book villain’s clown paint. Both suspects were forced to stand on opposite sides of a light pole at a street intersection and tied with duct tape in the border city across from Texas. The male suspect, who was left shirtless and had his pants cut into pieces, had the phrase ‘soy rata’ or ‘I am a thief’ painted over his chest and ‘por rata’ or ‘for being a thief’ inscribed over his forehead. A man and a woman, identified as Luz Magaly, had their faces painted like the Joker by a vigilante after they were busted for stealing an elderly woman's purse over the weekend in Tamaulipas, Mexico The mugging suspects were spotted tied...
    Three people are in custody in connection to a smash-and-grab robbery at a Nordstrom location in Los Angeles.  A group of thieves smashed windows with a sledgehammer and other tools at a Nordstrom store at a luxury mall called The Grove late Monday. Officers pursued an SUV involved in the crime. The chase ended in South Los Angeles and three people were taken into custody, Officer Drake Madison said.  NORDSTROM STORE IN LOS ANGELES SEES ‘SMASH AND GRAB’ ATTACK BY 20 LOOTERS: REPORT The LAPD is currently processing the suspects as of Tuesday afternoon and will release more details at a later time, police told Fox News.  Google Maps image of Nordstrom location in Los Angeles at The Grove  Police believe the suspects were part of a larger group of about 20 people, ABC 7 reported. Police have installed a barbed wire perimeter around where the crime took place at the mall.  SAN FRANCISCO MAYOR'S PLAN TO COMBAT FLASH MOB LOOTING WILL LIMIT ACCESS TO STORES AHEAD OF HOLIDAYS A Los Angeles Police Officer Badge. (iStock) The...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A man was beaten, robbed and dragged from his wheelchair early this month in the Bronx. The disturbing attack was caught on video around 2:30 a.m. on November 8 at the corner of East Tremont and Anthony avenues. READ MORE: Woman Killed When House Goes Up In Flames In Cranford, New JerseyPolice said the 39-year-old victim got into an argument with a woman on the sidewalk, when she and three men started punching him in the head. (Credit: NYPD) READ MORE: Suspect In Custody After 13-Year-Old Shot In The BronxSurveillance video shows one suspect pull the victim out of his wheelchair and continue to wail on him on the ground. Another suspect can be seen taking his backpack, containing his cellphone and $800. Police said the victim suffered pain to his head and body but refused medical attention. MORE NEWS: Drew Barrymore Chats With Chris Wragge About Season 2 Of Her Talk ShowAnyone with information about his attackers is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-8477 or for Spanish, 1-888-577-4782. Tips can also be...
    FAIRFAX DISTRICT, LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- More than a dozen suspects reportedly attempted to break into a Nordstrom store at The Grove shopping center Monday night, prompting police to chase one of the getaway cars across Los Angeles.The Nordstrom location had a storefront window smashed in and a sledgehammer was visible on the ground after police say about 20 suspects attempted to loot the Fairfax District store.Police said the suspects fled the scene in four vehicles - one was chased across L.A. by police.AIR7 HD was over the pursuit shortly before 11 p.m. as LAPD chased the car into South L.A. At least two people jumped out of the car in the area of Colden Avenue and Hoover Street, LAPD said.It is unknown if they were taken into custody or were able to evade police.Barbed wire was later placed along the western edge of The Grove as an investigation was underway.The incident comes amid several flash mob robberies taking place across California.
    Authorities say the person suspected of committing a terror attack in the U.K. last Sunday had been denied asylum in 2014. On this week’s episode of “The Hunt, with WTOP National Security Correspondent J.J. Green,” Liam Duffy, Strategic Advisor for the Counter Extremism Project, said the suspect may have gotten lost while looking for his target. toggle audio on and off change volume download audio The Hunt: Nov. 17, 2021 (J.J. Green)
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — City police are investigating two brazen attempts to steal an ATM. It’s all part of a recent string of similar crimes all over the city and county. “Early in the morning around, 3:28 a.m., I was driving on Eastern Avenue,” said one resident. “I saw the van just blasting through the window like the front door of the Walgreens.” READ MORE: US Borders Reopen Monday To Fully Vaccinated TravelersOne man, who wishes to remain anonymous, says he saw thieves driving into a Walgreens off Eastern Avenue last Monday and taking the ATM. “I saw three guys coming out. Straight through the front door,” he said. It’s just one in a string of ATM robberies, some successful, some are not. “Nothing was stolen, thank God,” said Thomas Meyer. Thomas Meyer works at the Marathon Gas Station in East Baltimore and called police Friday after noticing the ATM had been tampered with. Overnight, suspects tried to take it but in the end, left the machine behind. READ MORE: New Contractors Picked To Restart Maryland’s Purple LineThey were trying to bust...
    MINNEAPOLS (WCCO) — An alert from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities Campus warns students of two robberies Friday afternoon. According to the university’s alert page, the robberies happened near the area of 28th avenue to 29th avenue southeast on 4th street southeast at 2:50 p.m. READ MORE: Fourth Stimulus Check: Is Another Relief Payment Coming?A gun was displayed in both incidents, the alert said. The first was an attempted carjacking. The victim was able to get away to safety. The second involved robbers taking a victim’s phone. READ MORE: Derek Chauvin, Ex-Wife Plead Not Guilty To Tax Evasion ChargesAccording to the alert, the suspects left the area in a yellow sedan. The suspects are described as two men and one women in dark hooded sweatshirts. The Minneapolis Police Department is investigating.   More On WCCO.com: Hunting For Ammo: Supply Chain Issues Have Minnesotans Scrambling Ahead Of Deer Opener Principal Beaten Unconscious, Suffers Broken Ribs In Attack By 16-Year-Old Girl At School Business Owner Charged With Shooting Burglary, Car Theft Suspect In Minneapolis Twin Cities School District Makes Historic Pledge...
    Florida law enforcement officials are being slammed for making demeaning social media posts mocking crime suspects and members of the public in an effort to build their social media following.  Sheriff's offices have become prolific social media content creators lately, but the posts, critics say, are now digital pillories for suspects who may never be found guilty.  A DailyMail.com investigation found that these desperate attempts to garner hundreds of thousands of followers - and potential voters - have exposed racist, sexist and humiliating content where suspects are made to look guilty even before the first court hearing, and some even display evidence not yet brought to court. Just last week in Palm Beach County, a man charged with aggravated assault and improper display of a firearm in July 2020, sued Sheriff Ric Bradshaw after he posted tweets mocking him and refused to delete them when the charges were dismissed.  The man claimed the posts caused 'mental anguish and hurt feelings' and is seeking punitive damages.  And while many of the posts began as public service announcements, the lure of huge...
    D., now 30, from Dominica, about 8,000 kilometers from Budapest. Alex, using a phone and laptop, creates and manages one of the most sophisticated Hungarian criminal systems ever. The man, who was otherwise acquitted, was hunted down by police for three years and was finally caught in the Dominican Republic in early July with the help of the FBI. Alex D. He began creating his own criminal organization in 2014: with the help of unsuspecting individuals, rented apartments that did not really exist. He then advanced to a position where he could no longer rent, but sold properties he had no connection with. The fraudster worked like a phantom, the news portal adds. Although there are a total of 130 suspects in this case, only a few of the suspects know the “Big Boss” personally. That is why the system he built was difficult to understand: a significant proportion of those who committed crimes were victims. Hvg.hu was able to find one of these helpers Intelligence We can learn how fraudsters work and how cheaters enjoy...
    Police on Long Island are investigating a robbery that sent a man to the hospital. Four suspects robbed a 58-year-old man in Roosevelt at 10:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 29, according to the Nassau County Police Department. NCPD said the man had finished his shift at a laundromat, located at 326 Nassau Road, and exited the rear of the business. He was approached by four suspects when he was in the area of Mansfield Avenue. The suspects punched and struck the 58-year-old until he fell to the ground and hit his head, police said.  NCPD said the man suffered a number of injuries, including lost teeth.  The suspects took the man's money and fled in an unknown direction, police said.  Authorities reported that the four suspects were described as black males, with no age description provided.  The first suspect was wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt, police said. The second was wearing a black sweatsuit, and the third was wearing blue jeans and a gray hooded sweatshirt, NCPD said.  A clothing description for the fourth suspect was not available. Anyone with information...
    Do you have what it takes to solve a murder? Using real-life evidence, clues, and interviews, join investigators on a wild ride to crack the case – and catch the killer in Fox Nation’s "Can You Solve It?" Every place has its stories – and some track darker than others. The Fox Nation series puts true crime fans to the test revisiting the crimes that rocked close-knit communities to their core. Fox Nation host Judge Jeanine Pirro breaks down each tragedy, bringing the clues as police discovered them. "Here are the rules: grab your family, put down your phone, pay attention. We’ll lay out the clues and the suspects as police discovered them," Pirro said of the series. "We’ll give you one minute to see if you reached the same conclusions as the investigators," as she goes through the main suspects up to that point.  5 THINGS TO WATCH IN OCTOBER ON FOX NATION  VideoOne of the cases Pirro uncovers is that of a popular Brick, NJ high school student, who mysteriously vanished 17 years ago.In 2004, 16-year-old Brittney...
    DOG the Bounty Hunter has slammed Brian Laundrie's dad after he joined the search for his son and said parents of suspects usually only help in negotiations. The reality TV star - who joined the hunt for Gabby Petito's missing fiancé last month - told The Sun: "It's a little too late. Don't you think?" 4Dog the Bounty Hunter joined the hunt for Brian Laundrie last monthCredit: John Chapple for The US Sun 4On Thursday Brian's dad Chris joined that searchCredit: BackGrid Dog is hunting Brian after Petito, 22, was found dead in Wyoming after disappearing on the couple's cross-country road-trip. The FBI launched a million dollar search for 23-year-old Brian, after he vanished from his family home in Florida just days before Gabby was found dead. On Thursday Brian's dad Chris joined that search. UNUSUAL CIRCUMSTANCES But Dog - real name Duane Chapman- said he has "never heard of that in the 41 years" he has worked as a bounty hunter. He added: "I have heard when they go get a parent...when the son is robbing a bank and they want...
    One of the men accused of breaking into the Los Angeles homes of Rihanna and other A-listers has been sentenced to nine years in prison. Tyress Williams, 22, is seen in exclusive DailyMail.com photos in an orange prison uniform and handcuffs Thursday as a judge handed down the sentence.  Tyress was 19 at the time of the 2018 robberies and one of four who broke into the homes of singer Christina Milian and athletes Yaisel Puig and Robert Woods. Last month, Williams pleaded no contest to the burglary charges.  Rihanna was just one of a string of high-profile celebrities singled out by the four-strong gang, who were part of a larger burglary ring targeting actors, singers, athletes and Hollywood producers.  Tyress Williams, 22, is seen in exclusive DailyMail.com in an orange prison uniform and handcuffs Thursday as a judge handed down the sentence Tyress Williams was sentenced to nine years in prison Thursday in LA court  Tyress was 19 at the time of the string of 2018 robberies and one of four who broke into the homes of singer Christina...
    THE Zodiac Killer led a reign of terror over San Francisco starting in 1968 as he claimed to have killed 37 people in his letters to newspapers and police. In 2004, the case was deemed inactive but the San Francisco Police Department reopened it in March of 2007. 7A sketch of the Zodiac Killer Who has been suspected of being the Zodiac Killer? Gary Poste 7The Case Breakers believe Gary Poste was the killer The Zodiac's identity has been shrouded in mystery for nearly 52 years since he launched his killing spree in 1968. A cipher in one of the letters the killer wrote remained unsolved for five decades until the San Francisco Chronicle cracked it late in 2020. Eleven months later, a new development was revealed in October 2021 by the Case Breakers, a team of specialists who have investigated some of America's most high-profile crimes. The Case Breakers crew is comprised of more than 40 former law enforcement investigators, journalists and military intelligence officers, and the man they say is responsible for the string of five murders in 1968 and...
    "Fox & Friends Weekend" host Will Cain argued on "Outnumbered" Tuesday that the Biden administration treats Americans like the enemy. WILL CAIN: The senator says banks are not the subjects of the federal government. It’s beginning to sound like the American people are the suspects of the federal government. We are not simply subjects. We are now suspects. And you’d be forgiven out there if you sit around and you look at the fact that the definition of domestic terrorism is expanding as we talked about at the top of this hour.  ... The use of the Patriot Act to go after parents who have problems with school board meetings. Now looking into your bank activity. Certainly monitoring your online activity or social media accounts. You begin to wonder as we make deals with the Taliban and we leave Afghanistan, if the federal government is not telling us that the enemy of America is in fact the American people.  ... How would we not come to that conclusion with the way this administration and, quite honestly, at a broader level,...
    BOERUM HILL, Brooklyn (WABC) -- A 16-year-old girl was shot in the neck in Brooklyn Friday afternoon, and police are searching for multiple suspects who fled on Citi Bikes.The shooting happened just outside the Gowanus Playground on Wyckoff Street Boerum Hill around 3 p.m.The victim was rushed to Methodist Hospital in critical condition.Authorities say multiple suspects wearing all black fled on Nevins Street.What led up to the shooting is not immediately clear.No arrests were immediately made.Anyone with information in regard to this incident is asked to call the NYPD's Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782).----------* More Brooklyn news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app for breaking news alerts * Follow us on YouTube Submit a News Tip
    GOLDEN, Colo. (CBS4) – The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office is asking for help identifying the people who damaged property at the Buffalo Bill Museum and Grave. They posted photos on Twitter on Tuesday that were taken by surveillance cameras on July 7. The trespass happened around 2:30 a.m. that day. Three of the four pictures show the faces of the suspects. (crediit: Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office) (credit: Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office) (credit: Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office) The fourth is the back of a T-shirt with print that could be related to a pizza chain. It has the words “HANDCRAFTED” and “CRUNCHY CRUST” and “SMOTHERED” and the word “CHEESE” on it. (credit: Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office) If you recognize any of them, you are asked to call the JeffCo Sheriff’s tipline at (303) 271-5612 or Crime Stoppers at (720) 913-STOP. The museum and grave is located west of Golden in Lookout Mountain Park.
    A 68-year-old 'voyeuristic sexual deviant' has been jailed in France for drugging his wife so that strangers could rape her over the course of 10 years. Police say the man slipped tranquilizers into his wife's food and waited for her to pass out, before bringing in strangers he had contacted online to abuse her while he filmed it and sometimes joined in. All the attacks took place in the couple's marital home in the town of Mazan, south of France, between 2010 and 2020, police say. A total of 49 suspects have been identified so far, with 33 jailed and nine currently under arrest. A 61-year-old woman was drugged and raped in her own home over the course of 10 years by her own husband, 68, who invited strangers off the internet to come and abuse her (file) Cops say the woman - now 61 - had no idea what was happening until they showed her tapes of herself being abused, which her husband kept on his computer. The husband is now facing up to 20 years behind bars. The wife,...
    A botched U.S. drone strike that led to the deaths of 10 innocent people has exposed a counterterrorism program run amok, according to some lawmakers, even as the chaos in Afghanistan has raised the stakes of any congressional intervention into the issue. “What the strike in Kabul really sends home is the reality that for all of our technical capacity, we’re really good at reaching out and killing people and still really bad at knowing if the people we’re killing are the people we’re after,” Rep. Peter Meijer, a Michigan Republican and U.S. Army veteran who recently went on a secret bipartisan trip to Afghanistan , told the Washington Examiner. Defense Department officials acknowledged last week that a strike once touted as a “righteous” operation to prevent a suicide bombing killed an Afghan aid worker and “up to seven children.” The tragedy attaches several young faces to the misgivings around a drone strike program that, in Meijer’s assessment, has created a false perception that U.S. officials have a convenient solution to terrorist threats while the costs, including the lives of...
    The suspects in the slaying of four close friends are a father and son and were known to at least one of the four victims whose bodies were found in a Wisconsin cornfield, her family has confirmed to DailyMail.com. The older man, Darren McWright, was arrested Wednesday night while his son Antoine Suggs, remains on the loose, believed to be in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area. Suggs is described by police as armed and dangerous. Damone Presley, the father of victim Nitosha Flug-Presley, says the last time he saw McWright, 56, was in the Little Six Casino in Prior Lake, Minnesota, when the man now accused of killing his daughter approached him to offer his condolences on the death of Presley’s father. ‘We go way back,’ said Presley, 50, standing outside his home in St. Paul. ‘I wouldn’t say he was a close family friend but he was a well-known friend of the family. ‘He certainly wasn’t a stranger. ‘We go way back,’ said Damone Presley, 50, of 56-year-old Darren McWright, who is accused of killing his daughter Nitosha Flug-Presley...
    LANDOVER, Md. (WJZ) — Officials announced that three suspects have been charged in connection to the murder of eight-year-old PJ Evans. The suspects were identified as 21-year-old Desmond Nkwocha, 23-year-old Mark Nkwocha and 23-year-old George Shamman. READ MORE: Baltimore Man Faces 43 Years In Prison In Connection To Fatal Stabbing Of 51-Year-Old William Scott On Aug. 24, officers responded to the 1600 block of Brightseat Rd for a reported shooting. On the scene, officers found the child suffering from a gunshot wound. The child was taken to an area hospital where he was pronounced dead. Investigation revealed that a group of adults was gathered outside of the residence when the three suspects approached in a white car. One occupant fired shots toward the group. The child, who was not outside, was struck by gunfire. Detectives arrest and charge 21 y/o Desmond Nkwocha, 23 y/o Mark Nkwocha and 23 y/o George Shamman for Killing of 8-year-old on August 24th: https://t.co/EXj0mi7XGK #PGPD #FirsttoServe pic.twitter.com/0xwszcW86I READ MORE: Mercy High School Commemorates For 57th Anniversary Of Beatles Lead Guitarist George Harrisons Visit To School...
    A person has been shot on High Street in Columbus while the suspects remain at large. Cops have urged the public to avoid the area as Columbus police investigate the incident. 1Cops responded to reports of a shooting near Drinko Hall Officers responded to a report of a shooting near Drinko Hall on the Ohio State campus just after 5:15 p.m. A woman has been shot in the leg and is currently in stable condition in  OSU Wexner Medical Center. Police said the suspects are described as two black males, 6-foot-3, and 5-foot-9, weighing 180 pounds, wearing dark clothing, reports ABC6 More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. The Sun is your go to destination for the best celebrity news, football news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Download our fantastic, new and improved free App for the best ever Sun Online experience. For iPhone click here, for Android click here. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSunUS and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheSunUS.