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    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A two-hour vigil was held Monday night outside the 32nd Precinct for slain NYPD Officer Jason Rivera. Many with broken hearts showed up with dozens of flowers and candles that were spread across the sidewalk, as a way to honor both Rivera and Officer Wilbert Mora, who were both shot in the line of duty on Friday night after responding to a call for a domestic disturbance in Harlem. Mora, 27, remains in grave condition at NYU Langone. READ MORE: NYPD Officer Jason Rivera ‘Always Said He Wanted To Be A Police Officer’; Wake And Funeral Set For This Week At the growing memorial, many came out to pay their respects to 22-year-old Rivera, who died from his wounds. They did that with prayer, led by several local pastors and bishops, and they listened to NYPD officers and community leaders, who are hoping to turn the pain into purpose, CBS2’s Cory James reported. “My prayer is deeper than just for my brothers and sisters in uniform. My prayers have been for this city, for this nation, that...
    PENN HILLS, Pa. (KDKA) – Tempers flared during a Penn Hills council meeting Monday night after a former Wilkinsburg police officer accused of killing a man was reinstated to the police force. Activists want a Penn Hills officer who was involved in a deadly shooting in Wilkinsburg off the job again. READ MORE: Officer Robert Gowans Back On The Force After Being Reinstated With Penn Hills Police DepartmentPenn Hills hired officer Robert Gowans and then fired him. Gowans was the officer involved in the fatal shooting of Romir Talley while on the force in Wilkinsburg in 2019. Gowans was not charged in Talley’s death. After a community outcry, Penn Hills fired Gowans. “If you lived in Penn Hills, if those were your streets he was policing, if he was the cop that would show up if you called 911, would you feel safe in that community? Would you feel safe calling the police? No, you wouldn’t,” said activist Devon Adwoa. Officer Gowans filed a grievance with the police union following his termination and was reinstated as an officer. The union...
    Nearly eight months after a Los Angeles County firefighter fatally shot a colleague and wounded a captain at the Agua Dulce fire station, county officials are facing a pair of lawsuits connected to the shooting. The widow of 44-year-old firefighter Tory Carlon and their three children filed a wrongful-death lawsuit against L.A. County and the estate of gunman Jonathan Tatone, alleging that Tatone’s “dangerous conduct” was known to fire officials for years. Capt. Arnoldo Sandoval, who was shot while trying to intervene, brought a separate suit alleging assault and battery against the county and Tatone’s estate, and negligence against the county. Both cases were filed in L.A. County Superior Court last week. California Feud between firefighters led to shooting at Agua Dulce fire station, detectives say Investigators search for answers after attack that left one firefighter dead and another wounded. “Tatone worked as a firefighter engineer and for years had clearly demonstrated to fire department leadership that he was unstable mentally and was a dangerous condition to those around him,” according to...
    Things will look differently on the first day of the second semester for students at Montgomery County, Maryland, high schools, following a shooting that left one student hurt and another in custody. The shooting last Friday at Magruder High School in Derwood sent the school into lockdown as law enforcement swarmed the campus. A 15-year-old student was shot and remains hospitalized with critical injuries; the teenager accused of the shooting faces charges of attempted second-degree murder and is being prosecuted as an adult. Beginning Tuesday, there will be a police presence in all high schools over the next week. “This gun incident involving students at Magruder High School has weighed on our sense of security, not only at Magruder High School, but in every single school within the school system,” Interim Superintendent Monifa McKnight said Monday at a news conference. “If there’s a police incident that occurs in the school, we deem it appropriate to have the police officers in that school,” McKnight said. In addition to law enforcement presence, the schedule at Magruder High School will also be adjusted...
    OAKLAND COUNTY, Mich. (CBS Detroit) — The Oakland County Board of Commissioners approved more than $3.2 million in response to the deadly shooting at Oxford High School in November. Officials say the funding provides the Oakland County Prosecutor’s Office with additional resources to prosecute cases, as well as mental health support for students, families, community members and the county Sheriff’s Office deputies impacted by the tragic incident. READ MORE: Cousin Of Missing Teen Charged With Lying To Officers“The way we respond to this horrible incident is very important to help not only the residents of Oxford heal, but for all citizens of the county, state and country,” Commissioner Michael Spisz said. “We must do our best to make sure we prosecute these evil acts to the fullest extent of the law. This is the time we need more, not less, when it comes to resources.” READ MORE: Cousin Of Missing Teen Zion Foster Charged With Lying To PoliceThe appropriation resolution includes: $500,000 in additional resources for the Prosecutor’s office to prosecute the cases $20,000 for counseling services for Sheriff’s...
    The beloved manager of a popular Italian restaurant in Baltimore was identified as the victim of a Fells Point shooting.  The 44-year-old victim was found by police with gunshot wounds on the 1700 block of Eastern Avenue just after midnight, according to police Chesley Patterson was identified as the victim by La Scala Ristorante, where he was a familiar face for many years. "Chesco as he was called by all of us was a warm and familiar face to both the staff and all who dined at La Scala for the past 20 years," the restaurant said. "He was a leader to all and an invaluable part of our family." Anyone with information in the shooting is urged to call detectives at (410) 396-2100 or call Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7lockup.
    BRONX, New York (WABC) -- Police are ramping up their efforts to catch a suspect connected to a shooting that left a baby girl shot in the face in the Bronx last week.On Monday, authorities increased their reward to $10,000 for information leading to the arrest of a suspect caught on newly released surveillance video.The shooting happened Wednesday evening, when a gunman fired two shots at another man during a chase from Grand Concourse onto Valentine Avenue.RELATED | Bronx DA Darcel Clark to man who shot baby girl: 'You're not going to get away with it'EMBED More News Videos Bronx District Attorney Darcel Clark vowed that the city would not stop looking until the gunman who shot an 11-month-old girl in the face was caught. N.J Burkett has the latest. One of those bullets struck 11-month-old Catherine, who was sitting in a car with her mother as her father shopped in a nearby deli.The new video captures the suspect fleeing by foot on East 198th Street towards Valentine Avenue moments after firing the shots.EMBED More News VideosPolice are ramping up...
    The surviving victim who was shot during an ambush shooting at a Los Angeles-area house party over the weekend, a shooting in which four others died, admitted to being affiliated with a gang and has a long criminal history, authorities said.  The Inglewood Police Department said the admission from the male victim, the weapons used, and the statements uttered before the early Sunday morning shooting led investigators to believe the shooting was gang-related.  The 1300 block of North Park Avenue in Inglewood, California, where the shooting occurred. The lone surviving victim admitted to being affiliated with a gang in another city, police said. (Google Maps) The shots rang out just before 1:40 a.m. and wounded five people. The four victims killed were all under 25 years of age. The Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner identified them as Marneysha Hamilton, 25; Breahna Stines, 20; Teron Whittiker, Jr., and Jayden Griffin, both 21.  Hamilton and Stines were sisters. Stines was celebrating her birthday, officials said.  When officers arrived at the scene, three people were dead and two victims were rushed to...
    INGLEWOOD, Calif. (KABC) -- Police are still trying to uncover what exactly happened in the early hours of Sunday when five people were shot during a party at a house in Inglewood, four of them were killed. ABC7 spoke with a neighbor who said he heard more than 100 shots fired that night.Police are calling the shooting a "targeted ambush." Matthew, who didn't give his last name, said he's lived next door since 2008. He said the house where the shooting occurred has been rented out through Airbnb for the last two years and he saw many visitors, but he added his is neighborhood is normally quiet."I moved here in like 2008," Matthew said. "Inglewood was a lot more active, gang-wise. It calmed down a lot, so for this to happen, it was a surprise, especially next door."According to officials, the shooting happened at about 1:30 am on Sunday on Park Ave. in Inglewood while Breahna Stines was celebrating her 20th birthday with her big sister Marneysha Hamilton, and a few others. Both sisters were killed.Authorities said several suspects opened...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A St. Paul man is facing murder charges for allegedly shooting his longtime girlfriend over the weekend. Mark Antonio Bell Jr., 35, is charged with second-degree murder in the early Saturday morning shooting of 31-year-old Latifa Brown, court documents filed in Ramsey County show. If convicted of the murder charge, Bell faces up to 40 years in prison. READ MORE: Minnesota Groups Unite To Oppose Recreational Marijuana LegalizationAccording to a criminal complaint, the shooting happened shortly after midnight at a duplex on 43 Lyton Place in St. Paul’s North End neighborhood. Responding officers found Brown covered in blood and lying on the ground outside near a minivan. Paramedics pronounced her dead at the scene. Later, a medical examiner determined her cause of death was a gunshot wound to the mouth. Neighbors reported to investigators that they heard a noisy argument before a single gunshot was fired in the duplex. At the scene, police detained Bell and another man. The other man told investigators that he and Bell were trying to get Brown into...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Police in New York City are still trying to trace a Glock 45 handgun with an extended 40-round magazine, which they said LaShawn McNeil obtained in Baltimore and used to shoot two officers in Harlem on Friday night. Police believe the weapon was stolen in 2017. Below is a picture of the gun used to shoot our officers. pic.twitter.com/TkcMR2tr83 — NYPD NEWS (@NYPDnews) January 22, 2022 READ MORE: State, City Officials React To Deaths Of Firefighters Following Partial Building CollapseInvestigators later located an AR-15 assault rifle under McNeil’s mattress. A day after Officers Rivera and Mora were shot in Harlem, your NYPD detectives were still on the scene executing a court-authorized search which lead to the discovery of this loaded AR-15 assault weapon under the suspect's mattress. pic.twitter.com/MkMpmwDjLL — NYPD NEWS (@NYPDnews) January 24, 2022 McNeil, who was on probation at the time, had a long rap sheet including an arrest 20 years ago for assaulting an officer in Pennsylvania. But he appears to have had no criminal record in Maryland. #BREAKING: Lashawn McNeil, the...
    New York Gov. Kathy Hochul on Wednesday will host the first meeting of a task force created to stem the flow of illegal guns into the state, just days after two Big Apple police officers were wounded, one of whom was killed, by a suspect allegedly using an illegal firearm.  Hochul will meet with members of the New York State Police, New York Police Department (NYPD), the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, and dozens of others from throughout the northeast as part of the efforts of the newly-created Interstate Task Force on Illegal Guns, the governor’s office announced Sunday.  The Democratic governor announced the creation of the task force during her 2022 State of the State address. She said it will serve the purpose of bringing "together law enforcement officials from nine northeastern states to tackle the urgent issue of illegal guns, which are contributing to violence and crime in New York and across the region." POLICE UNDER SIEGE: 3 OFFICERS KILLED, 2 MORE WOUNDED IN WEEKEND BLOODSHED ACROSS THE COUNTRY "Too many lives have been lost because...
    ANTIOCH — One person died after a shooting outside a shopping center Monday, authorities said. Shortly after 2:15 p.m., officers responded to reports of the shooting in the 2500 block of Delta Fair Boulevard just south of San Jose Drive, not far from the Deltafair shopping center. Contra Costa County Fire Protection District firefighters also responded to the area with a truck and ambulance. One person was pronounced dead at the scene, police said. There were no reports of other injuries. As of 3:30 p.m., investigators were working what was described as an active crime scene, but police did not share any preliminary information about a suspect or vehicle description. Anyone with information may call Antioch police’s non-emergency line at 925-778-2441 or send anonymous tips or other information by texting 274637 (CRIMES) with the keyword ANTIOCH. Contact George Kelly at 408-859-5180.
    A New York City grand jury has indicted a man charged with opening fire and wounding two police officers last year during a shootout captured on video in which he was shot, prosecutors said Monday.  Charlie Vasquez, 23, faces several criminal charges, including two counts each of attempted murder, assault, criminal use of a firearm, criminal possession of a weapon: loaded firearm, reckless endangerment, and menacing. He was arraigned Monday, Bronx County District Attorney Darcel Clark said.  NYPD COP-KILLING SUSPECT LASHAWN MCNEIL DIES OF INJURIES FROM FRIDAY SHOOTOUT WITH POLICE Two NYPD officers were shot during a Nov. 24, 2021 confrontation with a suspect, identified as Charlie Vasquez, in the Bronx. He was indicted Monday on several charges, including first-degree attempted murder.  (NYPD) NYPD officers Robert Holmes and Alejandra Jacobs were responding to a 911 call on Nov. 24 about a man with a gun within the confines of the 48th Precinct just before the shooting. They approached Vasquez, who was sitting at a stoop in front of a building. He allegedly took out a pistol and fired six...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- A lineup of Chicago's most vocal activists are furious that convicted former Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke is about to walk out to prison in a matter of days."We all know what happened, "said activists Will Calloway. "[He was] unjustly sentenced to 81 months in prison."Van Dyke is set to walk free on February 3 after serving just half of his sentence for fatally shooting Laquan McDonald 16 times in October 2014. "This man took everything from me," said McDonald's grandmother, Tracy Hunter. "This man is going to walk. If tables turned, my grandson would have never seen the light of day. He shot my grandson 16 times and then reload the gun again."Some of the activists that gathered Monday afternoon led the 400-day fight for the city to release the video of Van Dyke killing McDonald.VIDEO: Dash-cam video of police shooting of Laquan McDonaldNow they're taking the fight to the federal government.RELATED: Derek Chauvin verdict for George Floyd death draws comparisons to Jason Van Dyke, Laquan McDonald"Calling on our fed government to intervene," Calloway said.They...
    OAKLAND — Two men were shot within two hours Monday afternoon in different areas of East Oakland, authorities said. Both men got their own transportation to a hospital and one of them was in critical condition, authorities said. Police do not believe at this time that the shootings are related. The man in critical condition was shot about 1:56 p.m. Monday in the 4100 block of East 12th Street. He got his own transportation to a hospital and the person who drove him there was being detained for questioning, authorities said. A motive for the shooting is under investigation and no arrests have been announced. The other shooting happened about noon in the area of 65th Avenue and International Boulevard. The wounded man was driven to a hospital by another person, who apparently left before authorities could talk to him. The wounded man’s condition was not available. A motive for the shooting is under investigation and no arrests have been announced. Police and Crime Stoppers of Oakland are offering up to $5,000 in reward money in each shooting for information...
    Bullet holes and balloons are nearly all that remain of the horrors that unfolded on Park Avenue in Inglewood on Sunday night, when a birthday party became the scene of the city’s worst act of violence in decades. Four people were killed and a fifth was injured when multiple gunmen opened fire into the celebration shortly after 1:30 a.m. in what police say was an act of gang-related violence. The victims of the shooting were identified Monday as Teron Whittiker Jr. and Jayden Griffin, both 21, as well as sisters Marneysha Hamilton, 25, and Breahna Stines, according to the Los Angeles County coroner’s office. It was Stines’ 20th birthday. “All she wanted to do was celebrate her birthday, and her sister came to be with her,” a friend, Tesha, told reporters. “Just beautiful ladies. Beautiful young ladies.” Stines, Hamilton and Whittiker were pronounced dead at the scene, authorities said. Griffin died on the way to UCLA Ronald Reagan Hospital. The fifth victim, not yet identified, remains in critical condition, according to Lt. Brett Birkbeck of the Inglewood...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The son of a Philadelphia police officer was shot and killed outside a corner store Monday morning. Police sources say investigators believe 23-year-old Hyram Hill was targeted. Philadelphia Police sources say they’re no longer considering the motive in this deadly attack to be a robbery. READ MORE: Wilmington City Council Passes No-Confidence Vote Against Police Chief Robert TracyHill, a 23-year-old and son of a Philadelphia police officer from the 12th District, was targeted. Police say there were two shooters. He was shot a total of nine times, eight of them in the back. Police say at 4:40 Monday morning, Hill had stopped to go to a corner store at Broad Street and Allegheny Avenue in North Philadelphia. It’s believed the shooters followed him from his workplace, where he is a bouncer. READ MORE: Missing 20-Year-Old Woman's Body Pulled From Schuylkill River In Chester CountyPolice sources wouldn’t get into a possible motive for the deadly shooting. It happened right in front of a bus stop. Numerous cameras are in the area, providing investigators information on the movements of...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — The shooting that killed 8-year-old Melissa Ortega is not only heartbreaking, but also a big concern for the Little Village neighborhood. A third grader at Emiliano Zapata Academy, Melissa was new to Chicago – here since August – and excited to build a better life with her mother, both from Mexico. READ MORE: Sources: Illinois State Trooper, Woman Found Shot Dead In Car On Southeast SideBut on her way from the bank to get a hamburger on Saturday afternoon, hand-in-hand with her mom at 26th Street and Pulaski Road in Little Village, gang violence stole all of that from her – and her from her family. Police have said the gunfire Melissa and her mother tried to escape was part of a gang war; the shots meant for a 26-year-old man who was nearby. He was shot and critically wounded. Baltazar Enriquez, president of the Little Village Community Council, told CBS 2’s Jim Williams and Marie Saavedra Monday that his organization is asking for federal help – and in particular mental health clinics in the community. “We’re...
    A teenager accused of shooting and wounding a classmate at Magruder High School, in Rockville, Maryland, on Friday will be held without bond, a judge ruled Monday. Steven Alston Jr. appeared before Maryland District County Judge Zeburi Williams for a bond hearing Monday afternoon. Alston only stated his name, then listened as prosecutors urged the judge to keep him behind bars. Alston is charged with attempted second-degree murder, first-degree assault, use of a firearm in the commission of a felony, possession of a dangerous weapon on school property and possession of a firearm by a minor. He’s being prosecuted as an adult. Prosecutor Carlotta Woodward told the court Monday that Alston showed up to Magruder High School on Friday with a ghost gun, expecting a confrontation with the victim, a 15-year-old boy. Once in the school, Alston went into a bathroom and confronted his classmate, raised the weapon and pointed it at the boy’s head, Woodward said. Alston shot the boy in the pelvis when the boy tried to push the gun away, Woodward said. The wounded teen remains in...
    HOUSTON (AP) — Authorities on Monday asked for the public’s help in finding a 51-year-old man who has been charged with fatally shooting a Houston-area deputy during a traffic stop this past weekend Houston Police Chief Troy Finner said investigators have identified the accused shooter as Oscar Rosales. Harris County Precinct 5 Cpl. Charles Galloway, 47, was shot and killed around 12:45 a.m. on Sunday after pulling over a Toyota Avalon. Authorities allege Rosales got out of his vehicle, fired multiple shots at Galloway with some type of assault rifle and then got back in his car and drove away. “We have video evidence of him shooting our constable,” Finner said during a news conference. He declined to provide more information about the video evidence, citing the ongoing investigation. Prosecutors have filed a charge of capital murder against Rosales and authorities are offering a reward of $60,000 for information leading to his arrest, said Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg. “He is a bold and incredibly dangerous fugitive. He is on the run and somebody...
    A 47-year-old suspect accused of killing one New York Police Department officer and critically wounding another has died, according to police. An NYPD spokeswoman confirmed Monday that Lashawn McNeil has died. McNeil was accused of fatally shooting NYPD Officer Jason Rivera, 22, and wounding Officer Wilbert Mora, 27, after they responded to a domestic dispute in Harlem on Friday night. Mora remains in critical condition. #Breaking Lashawn McNeil, man accused of ambushing 2 @NYPD officers with Glock 45 that was converted into ‘killing machine,’ has died at Harlem Hospital, according to two of my sources. McNeil was shot by third officer from ⁦@NYPD32Pct⁩ when he fled. pic.twitter.com/Uuj6XZB0cK— Mary Murphy (@MurphyPIX) January 24, 2022 McNeil was shot twice by a third NYPD officer after wounding Rivera and Mora, police said. He was receiving treatment at Harlem Hospital for his wounds following the incident, police sources told CBS New York. ONE NYPD OFFICER DEAD AND ANOTHER 'FIGHTING FOR HIS LIFE' AFTER HARLEM SHOOTING Tonight, we mourn the loss of a hero officer — a son, husband, and friend....
    A Vallejo man died Saturday after being shot more than once in Richmond, police said. Officers found 38-year-old Stephen Espadron down when they arrived to the 500 block of Duboce Avenue in North Richmond after receiving 911 calls around 1:30 p.m., Richmond police Sgt. Aaron Pomeroy said. He declined to state the nature of the shooting. Espadron died at the scene despite life-saving efforts by officers and medics, Pomeroy said. Police have not identified any suspects, though Pomeroy said they do have leads. Related Articles Stepmother of missing 7-year-old Harmony Montgomery pleads not guilty to new charges 4 killed in ‘ambush’ gang shooting at California house party Human remains found by Caltrans workers identified as woman missing since 1977 Stray bullet kills English astrophysicist visiting Atlanta East Bay man insists he’s innocent before being sentenced to life for murder “That’s obviously a good thing,” he said. “We’re also looking for folks who may have information or any video surveillance there may be of the area.” The homicide is the...
    PAPILLION, Neb. (AP) — A man accused of killing two people and wounding two others at a Nebraska fast-food restaurant will face the death penalty if he is convicted, a county attorney said Monday. Sarpy County Attorney Lee Polikov said he will pursue the death penalty against 24-year-old Roberto Silva Jr., who is facing several felonies in the Nov. 21, 2020, shooting at a Sonic restaurant in Bellevue. Prosecutors allege Silva threw an incendiary device, ignited materials in a rental truck he drove to the restaurant and then opened fire. Employees Nathan Pastrana, 22, and Ryan Helbert, 28, were killed and Zoey Lujan, 18, and Kenneth Gerner, 25, were injured. Silva was arrested at the scene. Polikov said in a news release that it was the first time he had sought the death penalty in his nearly 30 years as an elected official. In what he called a procedural move, Polikov dismissed and then refiled the nine felonies that Silva Jr. had faced and added additional attempted first-degree murder charges involving three employees who were able...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Police are investigating a shooting in Sacramento involving a 13-year-old boy. At around 8:15 p.m. Sunday, Sacramento police officers responded to reports of a shooting in the 4000 block of 4th Avenue, which is near San Jose Way. Police say that they found the victim with a gunshot wound. No other information has been released.
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Philadelphia police are investigating a shooting on the edge of the campus of Temple University. It happened near 15th Street and Susquehanna Avenue, just after 3 p.m. Monday. Police say 15-year-old was shot in the left arm. READ MORE: New Jersey 'On The Backside Of Omicron,' But New Concern Grows About Children Getting Severely Sick With COVID-19He was taken to Temple Hospital by police and is in stable condition. READ MORE: Son Of Philadelphia Police Officer Shot, Killed In Apparent Robbery In North Philadelphia, DA SaysNo word on what sparked the shooting and no arrests have been made. MORE NEWS: COVID In Pennsylvania: Commonwealth Rolls Out 'Strike Team' To Ease Hospital CrunchFor a list of gun violence resources in Philadelphia, click here.
    SAN FRANCISCO — Klay Thompson is questionable to start the Golden State Warriors game against the Dallas Mavericks on Tuesday, head coach Steve Kerr said Monday. Thompson was a late scratch for Sunday’s game with a tweak to his surgically repaired left knee. He did not practice with the team on Monday, Kerr said. Before the Warriors win over the Utah Jazz on Sunday, Kerr said Thompson was day-to-day and the knee soreness was “nothing serious.” Thompson sat out after feeling some discomfort in his left knee during pre-game walk-through. Thompson has played six games since his anticipated return to the team. The 31-year-old was rehabbing surgeries on ACL and Achilles tears that had him sidelined from NBA action for 941 days. Thompson has been on a minutes restriction that’s been bumped from 18 minutes per game to 24 most recently. He’s not been playing games on back-to-back days to help with load management. Related Articles Jannelle Moore on the Warriors: Getting defensive without Draymond Klay Thompson a late scratch for Warriors’...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Lashawn McNeil, the man police say opened fire on NYPD officers in Harlem, killing one and gravely injuring another, died at the hospital Monday, police sources told CBS2. McNeil, 47, was shot in the head and right arm as he tried to flee the scene, police said. READ MORE: NYPD: Wounded Officer Wilbert Mora Transferred To NYU Langone Medical Center, Still In Critical ConditionOfficers Jason Rivera and Wilbert Mora responded to a 911 call from a woman who said she was having a dispute with her son around 6:30 p.m. Friday on West 135th Street between Lenox Avenue and Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard. The woman told police she recently had a medical procedure and her son was in town from Baltimore to help out, but they got into a dispute. “The mother was not really specific. She just stated that she was ill. Her son was coming up to take care of her, and he became problematic,” Mayor Eric Adams said. When officers arrived, McNeil was in a bedroom down a long, narrow hallway. As they approached,...
    A second man has been arrested and charged in connection with the death of a 25-year-old Norristown man who was killed by a stray bullet that came through his window while he was eating Thanksgiving dinner in his home, authorities said. Savian “Dexx” Creary, 19, of Philadelphia,  was arrested on Jan. 22 and charged with first-degree murder, conspiracy, and related offenses, Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin R. Steele and Norristown Police Chief Derrick Wood jointly announced Monday. Edilberto Miguel Palaez-Moctezuma was sitting at the table eating dinner inside an Arch Street home when he was shot by Kevon Clarke, 19, who was arrested on Dec. 13 and charged with first-degree murder, authorities said. Norristown police were called to the home around 9:30 p.m. Nov. 25, where Palaez-Moctezuma was found with a gunshot wound to his torso, authorities said. He was flown to Penn Presbyterian, where he was pronounced dead.  CLICK HERE to read more about the deadly shooting, Two men, believed to be Creary and Tymere "Brady" Parker, 20, are seen in surveillance video running from the shooting scene. Creary...
    A double shooting in Connecticut left one man dead and another seriously injured. The incident took place in New London County Sunday, Jan. 23, when the City of Norwich officers responded to a home on School Street for reports of a disturbance. When officers arrived, they determined there was an altercation at the home and two people were shot, said Lt. Thomas Lazzaro, of the City of Norwich Police. Lazzaro said one man died from his injures, and the other was transported to the W. W. Backus Hospital.  Their names have not been released their names pending notification of next of kin. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Norwich Police Detective Division at 860-886-5561.
    One man is dead and two other people are injured after a shooting in District Heights, according to police. Albert Gass, Jr., 57, was found with multiple gunshot wounds at his home on Jan. 23, at around 6:25 p.m., the Prince George's County Police Department said.  He was pronounced dead at the scene. Two additional individuals also suffered gunshot wounds, their injuries are not considered life-threatening. Detectives believe Gass shot at the two individuals in the home and one person returned fire. The incident is under active investigation by police who are trying to determine whether any criminal charges will be filed. If anyone has information relevant to this investigation, they are asked to please call detectives at 301-516-2512. Callers wishing to remain anonymous may call Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS (8477), go online at www.pgcrimesolvers.com, or use the “P3 Tips” mobile app (search “P3 Tips” in the Apple Store or Google Play to download the app onto your mobile device.) Please refer to case 22-0003548.
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff BUTLER, Pa. (KDKA) — A second suspect is in custody in connection with last week’s shooting outside of Clearview Mall. READ MORE: Young Man Injured In Clearview Mall Shooting Wanted By State PoliceDamien Blystone, 19, surrendered to police on Monday and was arraigned. He is charged with terroristic threats, simple assault, reckless endangerment, drug possession and gun violations for a shooting in the parking lot of the Butler County mall. Damian Blystone has turned himself in and has been arraigned. He is currently lodged in the Butler County Jail. https://t.co/2VEC4c9p6c — Trooper Black (@PSPTroopDPIO) January 24, 2022 READ MORE: Suspect In Custody After 3 Shot In Clearview Mall Parking LotLast week, police also arrested 24-year-old Carlos Gonzalez-Carril for shooting Blystone, along with 21-year-old Ryan Ehrman and a juvenile male. Gonzalez-Carril is charged with attempted homicide. Police say it started last Tuesday evening when Gonzalez-Carril got into an argument with Blystone and the other two young men inside the Rural King. It then spilled out into the mall parking lot. Police paperwork says both groups flashed...
    LANSING, Mich. (CBS Detroit) — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced Monday that the 2022 State of the State address will include a tribute to the Oxford community following the deadly shooting at Oxford High School. The tribute is created by Oxford High School student Luke, who is paying homage with a painting of a photo taken in the parking lot of the high school a week before the tragic incident. READ MORE: Michigan Supreme Court Strikes Law To Make Petition Drives Harder“What is most special to me about Oxford are the stunning sunsets and sunrises atop North Oxford Road which brings light to a new day,” Luke said. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced the 2022 State of the State address will include a tribute to the Oxford community following the deadly shooting at Oxford High School. (photo provided by Governor’s office) Four students were killed and six others, plus a teacher, were injured on Nov. 30. Ethan Crumbley, 15, who was a student at the high school, faces several charges including murder and terrorism. READ MORE: Sparrow Hospital In Lansing...
    LANSING, Mich. (CBS Detroit) — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced Monday that the 2022 State of the State address will include a tribute to the Oxford community following the deadly shooting at Oxford High School. The tribute is created by Oxford High School student Luke, who is paying homage with a painting of a photo taken in the parking lot of the high school a week before the tragic incident. READ MORE: Michigan Supreme Court Strikes Law To Make Petition Drives Harder“What is most special to me about Oxford are the stunning sunsets and sunrises atop North Oxford Road which brings light to a new day,” Luke said. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced the 2022 State of the State address will include a tribute to the Oxford community following the deadly shooting at Oxford High School. (photo provided by Governor’s office) Four students were killed and six others, plus a teacher, were injured on Nov. 30. Ethan Crumbley, 15, who was a student at the high school, faces several charges including murder and terrorism. READ MORE: Sparrow Hospital In Lansing...
    LANSING, Mich. (CBS Detroit) — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced Monday that the 2022 State of the State address will include a tribute to the Oxford community following the deadly shooting at Oxford High School. The tribute is created by Oxford High School student Luke, who is paying homage with a painting of a photo taken in the parking lot of the high school a week before the tragic incident. READ MORE: Michigan Supreme Court Strikes Law To Make Petition Drives Harder“What is most special to me about Oxford are the stunning sunsets and sunrises atop North Oxford Road which brings light to a new day,” Luke said. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced the 2022 State of the State address will include a tribute to the Oxford community following the deadly shooting at Oxford High School. (photo provided by Governor’s office) Four students were killed and six others, plus a teacher, were injured on Nov. 30. Ethan Crumbley, 15, who was a student at the high school, faces several charges including murder and terrorism. READ MORE: Sparrow Hospital In Lansing...
    Photo via Jason Connolly/AFP via Getty Images Sarah Palin’s lawsuit against The New York Times was derailed before it could begin when the former governor of Alaska tested positive for Covid. Palin was in New York City on Monday as the trial’s jury selection was scheduled to get underway, and she has expressed interest in giving in-person testimony for her defamation claim against the Times. U.S. District Court Judge Jed S. Rakoff announced to the courtroom, however, that Palin tested positive for Covid earlier in the day. Palin’s attorney reportedly asked for the trial to be delayed a week so she can attend the jury selection, and the postponement has been confirmed: JUST IN: Sarah Palin’s defamation trial against NYT adjourned until next week after she tests positive for COVID-19 — Ana Cabrera (@AnaCabrera) January 24, 2022 Palin’s lawsuit holds several implications for the First Amendment due to the nature of her defamation charge against the Grey Lady. Palin initiated her lawsuit in 2017 after the Times published an editorial which falsely connected an ad from her political team...
    An Atlanta sheriff's deputy shot and killed a burglar after his Ring doorbell notified him that his home had been broken into and tools stolen from inside.   The shooting took place in Fulton County early Saturday morning, with the off-duty deputy returning home, and following the burglar in his car as the thief walked away from the property on foot. An altercation in a wooded area ensued, with the deputy shooting the burglar dead. Neither has been identified, with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation now probing the killing.   The home invasion and deadly shooting come amid rising crime rates in Atlanta, where 140 burglaries and 58 robberies were reported in December 2021, as well as nine murders and 11 rapes for the same time period.  The Georgia Bureau of Investigation said in a statement that the Fulton County deputy, who has not been named as of Monday, arrived home on Springside Drive after midnight on Saturday to find the burglar walking away carrying tools and other items, the GBI said.   A Fulton County Sheriff's deputy shot and killed a man who allegedly...
    REVERE (CBS) – A person was shot and killed in Revere Monday morning, according to WBZ-TV I-Team sources. It happened on Thornton Street. The victim was rushed to Massachusetts General Hospital, but died there. The I-Team sources said the shooting is being investigated as a homicide and was not random. There’s no word yet on any arrests. No other information is available at this point in the investigation.
    A motel patron who was told he was being charged $150 for smoking in his room opened fire on the building, said police in Rexburg, Idaho. Nobody was injured, but the shooting caused extensive damage to the Motel 6. The attack took place around 10 a.m. Friday, Rexburg Police Assistant Chief Gary Hagen said. The angry man went to the parking lot after his discussion with the desk clerk, retrieved a rifle and began firing. Photos in the East Idaho News show that two sets of glass doors leading to the lobby were shattered, and there were bullet holes in the brick facade as well as in interior walls and doors. The man and his female companion left in a Ford pickup truck pulling a flatbed trailer. A suspect was arrested that day in Alpine, Wyoming, 75 miles away. His name was not released. As a precaution, immediately after the shooting a shelter-in-place order was issued at three public schools within about a mile of the motel. Related Articles Former Pleasanton police officer to be charged with murder after...
    INGLEWOOD (CBSLA) — Four people were killed Sunday in an “ambush-style” shooting during a house party in Inglewood. A fifth person was wounded. The shooting unfolded at an unregulated short-term rental home on Park Avenue near Hargrave Street around 1:30 a.m. Sunday. READ MORE: Fire Breaks Out In Restaurant Of Downtown LA High-Rise, One HurtIt was then that authorities responded to a report of “shots being fired.” When they arrived, they located three victims who were pronounced dead at the scene. Two others were taken to a local hospital, one of whom died during transport. The fifth victim, who was expected to survive but was reported to be in critical condition, admitted to being gang-affiliated in another city. It remains unclear whether he was the target of the shooting. More than one shooter was believed to have been involved. Authorities are still searching for the multiple suspects believed to be involved in the incident. Early incident reports from law enforcement detailed that at least one assault rifle and one handgun were used in the shooting. The circumstances leading up to...
    Sarah Palin's defamation trial against the New York Times has been delayed after the former Alaska governor tested positive for coronavirus. Manhattan federal court Judge Jed Rakoff announced Palin's diagnosis in court on Monday, according to reports, noting that Palin was unvaccinated. She received a separate positive test Monday morning, leading the judge to push the trial until Feb. 3, as long as Palin is asymptomatic at that point.   Palin sued the Times in 2017 over an editorial from the left-leaning board that linked a Palin political action committee ad about repealing Obamacare – which showed cross hairs on a map of Democratic congressional districts – to the 2011 shooting of then-U.S. Rep. Gabby Giffords in Arizona. Giffords was severely wounded after being shot in the head, and six others were killed. NY TIMES: BIDEN CONTRIBUTING TO ‘OWN POLITICAL WOES’ BY DOWNPLAYING INFFLATION, ECONOMIC ANXIETY The Times piece was edited and corrected the day after it was published to clarify there was no known link between the shooter and Palin’s ad.  "An editorial on Thursday about the shooting of...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Mayor Lori Lightfoot said Chicago Police detectives are following “promising leads” in the search to find the person who shot and killed 8-year-old Melissa Ortega in Little Village on Saturday Melissa was walking with her mom around 2:45 p.m. Saturday on the 4000 block of West 26th Street, when she was hit by a bullet police say was intended for someone else. READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Dual Rounds Of Snowfall Bring Mixed Emotions For ChicagoansThey came to the United States from Mexico back in August. Flowers, candles, and balloons are being left at the corner of 26th and Pulaski, where Melissa was killed. Monday morning, Mayor Lori Lightfoot offered her condolences, and thanked the community for surrounding Melissa’s mother with love as she grieves the loss of her daughter. “Losing a child under any circumstances is horrifying, and the circumstances in which this family lost this precious, precious child is almost unspeakable,” Lightfoot said. READ MORE: Two Years Ago Today: First Confirmed Case Of COVID-19 Reported In IllinoisLightfoot also provided a brief update on the investigation into...
    NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- The officer that shot the suspect accused of fatally shooting an NYPD officer and gravely wounding another is being called the "solution to violence."Earlier this month, rookie Officer Sumit Sulan responded to a domestic dispute call and after an investigation, an illegal gun was recovered. The NYPD said that #OneLessGun off the streets of Harlem would hopefully prevent future violence.Just a few weeks later, 27-year-old Officer Sulan found himself at the scene of another domestic disturbance as an observing officer, when his two colleagues were shot. He had only been at the 32nd Precinct for two months.Rookie Officer Jason Rivera, 22, was killed. His partner, 27-year-old Officer Wilbert Mora is fighting for his life.The NYC PBA tweeted, "To NYers desperate for a solution to violence: You're looking at it. In a few months, PO Sulan has made an impact. When our heroes were attacked, he stopped the murderer from hurting others. He needs your support. We can start by mourning together, but we can't stop there."WATCH | Commissioner Sewell: 'Our department is hurting, our city...
    BRAINTREE (CBS) — A man who was shot inside the South Shore Plaza on Saturday has died, the Norfolk District Attorney’s Office announced Monday. The victim has been identified as Dijoun Beasley, 26, of Dorchester. According to the D.A., Beasley was shopping inside a store on the main floor of the mall when he was shot. The suspect was able to run away and has not been located. READ MORE: Massachusetts Gas Prices Remain Steady, Still Slightly Higher Than National AverageThe shooting is still under investigation but police believe it was a targeted attack. Anyone with information should call Braintree Police Detectives at 781-794-8620, contact Mass State Police Detectives at 781-830-4990, or e-mail tips@braintreema.gov. READ MORE: Braintree Barnes & Noble To Close After 28 Years; New Location PlannedThe mall was cleared after the shooting but it has since reopened. MORE NEWS: MAP: Town-By-Town COVID Vaccination Rates For School-Aged ChildrenSaturday’s shooting isn’t the first at the South Shore Plaza. In July 2020, a man fired a gun six times inside the mall, hitting a 15-year-old girl. There was also gang-related gunfire inside the...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin’s positive tests for the coronavirus have forced the postponement of a civil trial set to start Monday over her defamation claims against The New York Times. U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff said the trial can begin Feb. 3 if Palen has adequately recovered by then. Palin, a one-time Republican vice presidential nominee, has had COVID-19 before. She’s urged people not to get vaccinated, telling an audience in Arizona last month that “it will be over my dead body that I’ll have to get a shot.” When he first announced early Monday that Palin had gotten a positive result from an at-home test, Rakoff said: “She is, of course, unvaccinated.” He said he would wait to postpone the trial until she completed a test Monday morning. Later, her lawyer reported that a rapid test Monday morning came out positive. “Since she has tested positive three times, I’m going to assume she’s positive,” the judge said. Rakoff said that courthouse rules would permit her to return to court Feb. 3, even if she...
    An 8-year old girl was left dead after being caught in the crossfire of a gang shooting in Chicago on Saturday afternoon. Melissa Ortega was shot in her head, according to a police report, the Chicago Sun-Times reported. Ortega and her mother had been walking eastbound on 26th Street near Pulaski Road around 2:55 p.m. when they got caught in the crossfire between the unknown shooter and a member of a gang. Ortega, a student at Emiliano Zapata Academy, and her mother had been "excited to start a new life in Chicago and build their American Dream," the GoFundMe fundraiser page for the girl said. THREE PENNSYLVANIA OFFICERS FIRED FOLLOWING FATAL SHOOTING OF 8-YEAR-OLD After reviewing video footage of the incident, investigators discovered that the shooter, who had been wearing all black, unintentionally shot Ortega, according to the report. The shooter's target had been a 26-year-old man who was part of the group Gangster Two Six. Chicago, which has a population of roughly 2.7 million people, has faced a crime problem for several years....
    BOSTON (CBS) — Jayson Tatum didn’t just need a big game on Sunday. He needed to be efficient while having that big game. Efficiency has been missing from Tatum’s game this season. He’s still putting up some big numbers for the Celtics on most nights, but he’s been struggling from the field — and even more so from beyond the arc — all season. READ MORE: Jerod Mayo Reportedly Heading To Vegas To Interview For Raiders Head Coaching JobTatum entered Sunday’s tilt against the Wizards shooting a career-low 41.6 percent from the field and 31.1 percent from downtown. He had missed his last 20 threes over a four-game stretch heading into the contest, a frustrating new low for the C’s star. But Tatum entered Capital One Arena sporting a sweatshirt that said “Believe In Yourself.” All of Boston now believes that better days are ahead for Tatum, after he bust out of his shooting slump by knocking down 18 of his 28 shots, including nine of 14 from long distance, on his way to a 51-point explosion against the Wizards....
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Investigators are learning more about Lashawn McNeil, the man accused of shooting and killing NYPD Officer Jason Rivera and critically injuring Officer Wilbert Mora in Harlem, and his potential motives. Police said Saturday they haven’t spoken to 47-year-old McNeil yet as he recovers from surgery, but they have gathered information from his mother and from his social media. READ MORE: Rookie NYPD Officer Sumit Sulan Hailed A Hero For Quick Actions In Deadly Harlem ShootingAs CBS2’s Thalia Perez reports, investigators are still piecing together what took place moments before the suspect allegedly opened fire, killing Rivera and leaving Mora clinging to life. “At this moment, it’s about prayers. We need New Yorkers to pray for the wellbeing of this officer that we should all be proud of,” Mayor Eric Adams said Saturday. The suspect’s mother told police that she recently had a medical procedure and McNeil was in town from Baltimore to help her out, but they got into a dispute that led her to call 911. “The mother was not really specific. She just stated...
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    Trae Young scored 30 points and tied a season-high with eight 3-pointers, and the streaky Atlanta Hawks defeated the cold-shooting Charlotte Hornets 113-91 on Sunday night for their fourth straight win. De’Andre Hunter chipped in with 20 points and survived a hard fall late in the game for the Hawks, who led by 27 in the fourth quarter. Miles Bridges and LaMelo Ball each finished with 19 points for the Hornets, who missed their first 19 3-point attempts and shot an abysmal 11.1% (4 of 36) from beyond the arc. Ball and Terry Rozier were a combined 0 for 14 from long distance as Charlotte had its three-game win streak snapped. The Hawks are looking to climb back in the playoff race after a rough stretch of games. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Atlanta Hawks guard Trae Young , left, drives to the basket past Charlotte Hornets guard James Bouknight (5) during the second half of an NBA basketball game Sunday, Jan. 23, 2022, in Charlotte, N.C. (AP Photo/Rusty Jones) "We are definitely headed in the...