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    Another serious security breach on the IDF site – for the second time this week: Earlier this week a mob in Beer Sheva infiltrated Nathan’s site – and darkened the base by sliders. Skimmers hit the power grid – causing darkness in the basement, which broke under its auspices – this is what we released today (Wednesday) for the first time in the main edition. For more updates and to send your stories – visit the News Facebook page The robbers used pilots and gliders to gather intelligence about what was going on in the basement and ways to escape from it. They infiltrated the site through the fence, suspected to be target weapons and other military equipment. However, they did not steal weapons, but other military equipment. To date, no suspects have been identified in the act. What’s even more surprising in this case is the use...
              Live from Music Row Wednesday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. –  host Leahy welcomed journalist and author Andy Ngo to discuss being a target of extreme violence in Portland by Antifa and his new book Unmasked: Inside Antifa’s Radical Plan to Destroy Democracy. Leahy: We are joined on our newsmaker line now by author and journalist Andy Ngo who is the author of Unmasked: Inside Antifa’s Radical Plan to Destroy Democracy published February 2. So just eight days ago already. It is at number 142 on the Amazon bestseller list. That’s pretty good Andy. Welcome to The Tennessee Star Report. Ngo: Thanks for having me on. Leahy: I hope you’re safe. For those in our listening audience, Andy is the American journalist best...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — It’s a crime that’s become so prevalent in the Twin Cities that police now have specific advice to help people to stay safe. Carjackings have skyrocketed since last summer. There have been 51 so far this year in Minneapolis, but the issue extends well beyond the city’s borders. RELATED: Hospitals Are Not Fortresses: Healthcare Workers At Increased Risk For Workplace Violence Monday evening, police said a driver in St. Paul’s Highland Park neighborhood had a sense she was being followed by a gray Volvo SUV. When she got to the intersection of Mt. Curve Boulevard and Eleanor Avenue, she was rear-ended. Like most people, she got out of her car to assess the damage. That’s when police said a passenger in the SUV that hit her got out holding a gun, demanded money, and eventually stole her car. The scheme is called “bump and rob” according to...
    A Beverly Hills cop has been accused of using music copyright laws in an attempt to stop an activist from livestreaming their interaction on Instagram. Sennett Devermont claims in social media posts that he had gone to a Beverly Hills police department on Friday to ask a question about Freedom of Information Act request forms. Yet he alleges that Sgt. Billy Fair began playing music while Devermont filmed the conversation so as to activate copyright filters and have the video muted or taken down. The video shows that Fair pulled out his phone to play Sublime's 'Santeria' after asking Devermont whether it was necessary to stream live to his 300,000 followers.  Fair acted after Devermont showed off the name and phone number of another officer that he had just handed him.  Scroll down for video  Activist Sennett Devermont accused Beverly Hills Sgt. Billy Fair of using music copyright laws in an...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The NYPD wants your help finding a man they say hit a 75-year-old man the back of the head with a brick in an unprovoked attacked. (credit: NYPD) It happened on Christmas Day at 3 p.m. at Lenox Avenue and West 145th Street, police said. RELATED: COVID Vaccine: Citi Field Mega-Site Opens For Queens Residents, TLC Drivers And Food Workers Police say the victim was walking down the street when the suspect came up behind him and hit in the head with a brick. RELATED: COVID Vaccine: 2 New Sites For Underserved Communities Opening In New York City The victim was rushed to a hospital where he was treated for a cut on his head. Police say the attack was unprovoked and no words were exchanged between the two prior to the attack. MORE: Gov. Cuomo Says New York Sports Arenas, Stadiums Can Open At 10%...
    A man who opened fire at a Minnesota health clinic, killing one staff member and wounding four others, previously threatened to carry out a mass shooting at the facility, according to a police report obtained by The Associated Press. Gregory Paul Ulrich, 67, was arrested in Tuesday's attack at an Allina clinic in Buffalo, a community of about 15,000 people roughly 40 miles northwest of Minneapolis. He remained jailed in Wright County on Wednesday and was expected to appear in court Thursday. County Attorney Brian Lutes said he would charge Ulrich with second-degree intentional murder, four counts of attempted first-degree premeditated murder and possession of explosive devices. Ulrich has a long history of conflict with medical clinics in the area and had been unhappy with the care he had received, Buffalo Police Chief Pat Budke said. According to a police report, Ulrich threatened to carry out a mass shooting...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO/AP) — Gregory Ulrich, the suspected gunman in Tuesday’s deadly shooting at the Buffalo health clinic, made previous threats to get revenge on the hospital, a police report shows. According to a Buffalo police report filed in October of 2018, a doctor told investigators that Ulrich called him three times, describing revenge scenarios against the Buffalo clinic, including “shooting and blowing things up.” Ulrich reportedly said he wanted his revenge to be sensational, “so that it makes an impact.” RELATED: Wright County Attorney: Charges Coming For Gregory Ulrich The doctor told investigators that he believed Ulrich was a threat to himself and society. He added that Ulrich mentioned other hospitals, including Abbott Northwestern, Duluth and Rochester. When police spoke with Ulrich, he said that he was only telling the doctor about his dreams to get revenge on the people that “tortured him,” referring to his back surgeries...
    More On: freedom of speech 10 ways to fight back against woke culture: Bari Weiss Justice Alito warns of threats to religious liberty, freedom of speech What is Section 230 and why was it created? Preacher says daughter was booted from class for ‘Homosexuality is a sin’ T-shirt A ticked-off Vermont motorist is suing cops, saying he was exercising his right to free speech when he flipped off a state trooper, according to reports. Gregory Bombard claims police busted him and towed his car during a 2018 traffic stop only because the trooper claimed he gave him the middle finger and called him an a-hole, the St. Albans Messenger said in a report. “Vermonters who want to protest the actions of police through words or gestures have a constitutionally protected right to do so,” Bombard’s lawyer, ACLU attorney James Diaz, said in a press release, the Messenger said....
    A couple in upstate New York has filed a lawsuit against the city of Buffalo, its police commissioner and others after armed bounty hunters raided their home last month, according to reports. Jake Reinhardt was woken up suddenly after two Pennsylvania bounty hunters armed with a shotgun and AR-15 semi-automatic rifle pounded on his front door late at night, the Buffalo News reported. Seven police officers from the Buffalo department were seen standing by at the scene. IDAHO MAN FATALLY SHOT IN OWN BACKYARD AFTER OFFICER MISTAKES HIM FOR SUSPECT, POLICE SAY Reinhardt, shirtless and barefoot, was forced outside at gunpoint by the bounty hunters while his eight months pregnant fiancé clutched their 3-year-old daughter inside the residence, the report said. The bounty hunters told Reinhardt they were looking for his brother, Luke Reinhardt, a fugitive, according to the lawsuit. He had his bond revoked for failure to appear in...
    Rob Gronkowski and Tom Brady. AP Photo/Ashley Landis The Tampa Bay Buccaneers celebrated their Super Bowl win with a boat parade. Tom Brady showed up in style on his new $2 million boat bought late last year. Brady even got an escort by the boat police. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Tom Brady arrived at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl boat parade in style. To celebrate the Buccaneers dominant win over the Chiefs on Sunday, Brady cruised into the boat parade on his brand new $2 million boat. The boat, named "Viva a Vida," arrived to the parade with a police escort. It was quite a scene.—Kevin ODonnell Fox13 (@ODonnellFox13) February 10, 2021When Brady bought the boat last year, the Buccaneers quarterback came under some criticism for the purchase, as his company, TB12, had just received nearly $1 million in Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans...
    An Oklahoma man shot dead his two young daughters while on the phone with his wife and told her ‘How do you like that?’ before eventually turning the gun on himself in what police are calling a murder-suicide. Investigators in Sand Springs said they received a call just before 1pm from the girls’ mother who was at work at the time. She told police that moments earlier she was on the phone with her husband. During their conversation, he threatened to kill their two daughters as well as himself, police told Sand Springs Leader. The woman, who works some 20 minutes away from the family’s home on South Walnut Creek Drive, asked officers to do a welfare check at the home. Police said the woman told investigators that she and her husband had been having marital problems for months and that her husband had made threats before, though nothing as...
    More On: myanmar ‘Power in solidarity’: Myanmar protesters inspired by Hong Kong and Thailand Water fired at crowd as anti-coup protests swell in Myanmar Myanmar restores internet access as protests against coup grow NYC’s Burmese community speaks out against military coup in homeland A young woman protesting the military coup in Myanmar was shot in the back of the head by police, leaving her with significant brain damage, harrowing video shows. The footage — recorded Tuesday at a protest in the southeast Asian nation’s capital, Naypyitaw — shows a female protester in a red shirt and a motorcycle helmet being sprayed with water by police as demonstrators hurled rocks at the cops. The protest then takes a more violent turn when several apparent gunshots ring out — and the woman is seen crumbling to the ground. Another protester then comes to her aid, the disturbing clip shows. A doctor...
    A bench of the Kerala High Court on Wednesday gave relief to Bollywood actor Sunny Leone and two of her close aides from being arrested on a complaint filed by an event manager in Kochi in an alleged cheating case. The court asked the Crime Branch wing of the Kerala Police probing the case not to arrest the three till they are served notices as per the criminal procedures. Early this month in the state capital, the actress was questioned by the Kerala Police at a private resort in the same case, where she explained the entire sequence of events and claimed she had done no wrong. Sunny Leone Calls Cheating Charge ‘Slanderous’ and ‘Deeply Hurtful’ R. Shiyas who conducts events in and around Kochi had filed a complaint with the Kerala DGP that Sunny Leone had taken Rs 29 lakh from him while promising to attend various inaugural functions...
    They investigate the police leadership of the Rajoy stage for allegedly preventing an investigation into Villarejo
    By: KDKA-TV’s Jennifer Borrasso BRADDOCK, Pa. (KDKA) — A father is pleading for justice almost a year after his son was shot and killed in Braddock. RELATED: COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: St. Clair Hospital Expands Vaccine Distribution At Senior Living Facilities Jason Lewis, 39, was gunned down outside of the Sahara Temple after-hours club on Feb. 16, 2020. Allegheny County Police detectives have identified between 12-20 witnesses, but no one is cooperating. “As long as I can breathe, I’m going to fight for my son, his grandchildren and his children,” said Richard Lewis. Richard describes Jason as a loving husband and father and grandfather who gave back to Braddock by coaching and mentoring young people. He also gave away bookbags, turkeys and toys to those in need. “He was so loved and he did not deserve this,” Richard said. “It’s something about the loss of a child that hollows you out,”...
    KABUL (Reuters) - Four blasts rocked Afghanistan's capital on Wednesday, killing two people, including a police chief who had been attempting to crack down on the city's growing insecurity, marked by almost daily assassinations. "In the wake of three terrorist attacks in Kabul this morning, Mohammadzai Kochai, police chief of district five of Kabul was martyred along with his bodyguard," interior ministry spokesman Tariq Arian said. Another three people were wounded, he added. A separate blast later hit a car near the upmarket international Serena Hotel, although a police spokesman said there were no casualties. District five, where Kochai was based, is a transport hub between the capital Kabul and Afghanistan's southern provinces, many of which are dominated by the Taliban. Kochai had sought to crack down on the high levels of insecurity in the district in recent months. The Taliban did not immediately respond to requests for comment on...
    SAIRA Khan has gone to the police over death threats after revealing she's no longer a practicing Muslim. The 50-year-old, who is of Pakistani heritage, said she was forced to reveal her decision as she felt "guilty, caged and unhappy" for years. 10Saira Khan has gone to the police over death threats to herCredit: Alamy However, the Loose Women star revealed on Instagram that people have sent floods of death threats after her admission yesterday. Writing on her social media, Saira said: "Due to the abuse and threats I have received. I have reported this matter to the police as it is regarded as hate crime. "I am utterly saddened that my decision to live my life how I choose should resort to others wanting to cause me harm. "How does my life choice impact theirs?" 10Saira shared this message to her InstagramCredit: Instagram The...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The back-to-school battle in Philadelphia is heating up. More than a dozen nonprofit groups that work with children and families are now weighing in, and the teachers union doesn’t like what they have to say. Fourteen nonprofits in the city are now urging Philadelphia teachers to get back into the classrooms. Once they are there, the organizations are asking teachers to identify any issues and assess the situation for themselves. RELATED: Philadelphia Police: Driver Critically Injured After Running Red Light, Crashing Into Trolley In Belmont That really has the Philadelphia Federation of Teachers upset, calling what the organizations are saying disappointing, upsetting, and woefully misguided. Jerry Jordan, President of the Philadelphia Federation of Teachers, says his members are afraid and they have every right to be. “To suggest that they should enter school buildings and ‘evaluate the conditions themselves’ is truly astonishing. My members are not environmental scientists....
    STEPHEN Bear will answer bail today at an Essex police station following his revenge porn arrest. The Ex On The Beach star was arrested on his 31st birthday last month over claims he posted a sex video of his ex-girlfriend Georgia Harrison online. 4Stephen Bear on a previous visit to the police stationCredit: CLICK NEWS AND MEDIA He had been in Dubai for six weeks to escape the UK lockdown, but was brought in for questioning on his return after being accused of disclosing private sexual images and obstructing a police officer. Bear has denied all accusations. Today, Bear will answer bail at an Essex police station, where he will find out if the charges against him will proceed. A spokesman from Essex Police said: "A 31-year-old man from Loughton, who was arrested on suspicion of disclosing private sexual images or film without consent with intent to cause distress,...
    The gunman who allegedly shot five people at a Minnesota health clinic received back surgery there several years ago, it has been revealed. Gregory Paul Ulrich, 67, from Buffalo, was arrested and is currently being held in the Wright County Jail over the mass shooting that took place at the Allina Health Clinic on Crossroads Campus Drive in Buffalo late Tuesday morning.  At least five people were wounded after the gunman entered the facility not long before 11am and opened fire.  One of the victims died after being transported to the Hennepin County Medical Center.   Richard Ulrich, the suspect's younger brother, told The New York Times that Ulrich worked in construction for some years and had possibly injured his back on the job. He had back surgery about two years ago and became dependent on opioids he had been prescribed, Richard Ulrich said. His brother was angry when doctors refused to prescribe more...
    A Ceuta judge decreed this Tuesday afternoon the entry into preventive prison of the main person in charge of a network against the drug trafficking between Spain and Morocco using drones, which was dismantled on Monday with the arrest of three more detainees. According to judicial sources, the Court of Instruction number 5 of Ceuta decreed the entry into prison of one of the detainees, another must also enter prison although they can evade it with the payment of 7,000 euros of bail and the two others were released on charges. The four are charged with an alleged crime against public health and another for membership in a criminal organization. The four detainees were transferred from the dungeons of the Higher Police Headquarters to the magistrate, who accepted the entry into preventive prison of the alleged ringleader of the organization. The operation of the National Police and the Civil...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Police say one woman pushed another onto the subway tracks in the Bronx Tuesday morning. It happened around 8 a.m. at 174th Street and Southern Boulevard 2 train station. RELATED: $6.7 Million Overhaul Planned For Jersey Citys Newark Avenue Pedestrian Plaza According to police, the victim, 54, was pushed onto the tracks by a woman in her 20s. A Good Samaritan helped the victim get off the tracks. The victim was taken to St. Barnabas Hospital for treatment. The suspect, described as a woman in her 20s, took off and is still at large. It’s just the most recent in a series of disturbing attacks in the subway. This incident is at least the fifth subway track shoving incident this year. In 2020, there were 24 track shoving incidents. Tuesday, Mayor Bill de Blasio was asked about the increase in crime in the subway. “There’s no...
    ELK GROVE(CBS13) — Over the weekend Elk Grove Police took two teens into custody following a loud explosion reported near East Park Drive and Lockford Way. When officers arrived they located a car and the two teens. In plain view, police say they spotted M-80 style explosives. Aron Jones heard the loud bang and saw police stop the car across the street from his home. “I saw the flash and then I didn’t see the car leave but apparently the car was driving around somewhere and ended up coming back down the street with a whole bunch of cops on it,” Jones said. More from CBS Sacramento: Chris Pratt’s Brother, A Solano County Sergeant, Accused Of Showing Support For Right-Wing Extremist Group Dogs That Stuck With Owner Until The End Looking For Forever Home Deputy’s Split-Second Reaction Saves Man From 150-Foot Fall Four miles...
    POLICE have been filmed striking a man to the ground during a raid on a Covid lockdown flouting gym. Customers were seen fleeing the Prophecy Performance Centre in Liverpool while being chased by baton wielding cops. 6A man being struck to the ground by police officers 6A police officer chasing a gym goer with a baton Two people have been arrested and more than 50 have been fined after police raided the Speke gym on Sunday afternoon. Officers were tipped off the gym had been welcoming fitness enthusiasts in defiance of the national lockdown While they were outside, a 34-year-old man became aggressive, swearing at officers and refused to co-operate with attempts to engage with him, said the force. CCTV shows a group of officers restraining a man who is handcuffed. One officer can be seen striking him to the ground as his colleagues pile on top of the man,...
    VALHALLA, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — There is update on the vital work of police reform in New York, inspired by the death of George Floyd and other shocking incidents. A package of 51 proposed reforms is now on the table in Westchester County, CBS2’s Tony Aiello reported Tuesday. RELATED: Police Reform Is Well Underway In Westchester County Cities In the controlled atmosphere of a classroom, role-play training is used to help with the chaos probationary cops will encounter in the field. READ: Westchester County Police Reform & Reimagining Task Force report (pdf) Mental health expert Mark Giuliano teaches future cops how to lower the temperature so heated situations don’t boil over. More training like that is taking place at the Westchester Police Academy. It’s all part of the recommendations from a task force on re-inventing policing that was empaneled after the May 2020 death of Floyd while in Minneapolis police custody....
    New York : The NYPD is looking for four young suspects in a violent altercation when they were allegedly caught stealing from a supermarket in The Bronx (NYC). Police said the group was stealing items from the “Fine Fare” supermarket on Westchester Avenue in the Longwood area when they were confronted by several store employees shortly after 2 pm Sunday. A verbal dispute broke out that quickly turned physical when several workers were beaten up by some of the alleged thieves. One of the four requested even took out a box cutter and injured an employee in the palm of your right hand. The victim suffered lacerations and was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment. Authorities said the group fled the store and was last seen heading south on Kelley St, it said. Pix11. The New York Police Department released earlier surveillance footage yesterday seeking his capture. Who...
    The ex girlfriend of NFL lineman Chad Wheeler has described the moment she says he stood over her sipping a smoothie and said 'wow, you're alive' after choking her unconscious. Alleah Taylor told CBS the footballer - arrested January 23 over the alleged incident at their home in Kent, Washington - then ate his dinner, telling his dad 'nothing was going on' while she hid in the bathroom covered in blood.  Wheeler has pleaded not guilty after being charged with first-degree domestic violence assault and has since been cut by the Seattle Seahawks.  Taylor said: 'I had touched my face and I looked down and there was blood on my hand and I remember getting up and running to the bathroom. 'Chad was standing by the bed, by the doorway and he was sipping his smoothie and was like "wow you’re still alive?" 'I was able to run to the bathroom, he went back...
    (CNN) — An Idaho Falls man was fatally shot in his own yard by a police officer searching for a suspect who had fled into the neighborhood. The suspect was found hiding in a shed, the Idaho Falls police said. The pursuit began with a traffic stop by a Bonneville County sheriff’s deputy shortly after midnight on Monday,  Idaho Falls Police Chief Bryce Johnson said during a press conference. After the car was pulled over for a broken taillight, one of its occupants got out and ran, Johnson said. The deputy chased him, then called for help after the fleeing man jumped a fence and disappeared into the residential neighborhood. While officers were searching for him, they learned he was the subject of warrants for felony battery on an officer and failing to appear in court, police said. A resident told officers he had seen the suspect running through his...
    One year after being shot in the head by Boston Police, a Brigham and Women’s Hospital valet is suing his employer, claiming that the injuries he suffered were a result of  an unnecessary escalation of a confrontation with a man outside the hospital by the medical center’s security. The shooting occurred on February 7, 2020, after hospital security guards approached Juston Root, 41, who had a history of mental health issues and was described in the lawsuit as nonsensical at the time, according to a Boston Globe report. At one point in the exchange, Root took out a gun and the guards contacted the police, believing it was a real gun. Then as the interaction with the police escalated, Root began chasing the security guards, who were unaware the weapon was a paintball gun, the Globe reported. Hospital valet, Justin Desmarais, was shot standing at the entrance of Brigham and...
    More On: subway shoves Letters to the Editor — Feb. 7, 2021 Man randomly pushes straphanger onto NYC subway tracks in latest attack NYPD cop says subway crime isn’t that bad amid violent shoving trend NYC subway shove victim says she ‘literally saw nothing’ before attack A 55-year-old woman was shoved onto the tracks at a Bronx subway station Tuesday morning — the latest in a rash of subway assaults in the Big Apple. The unidentified victim was at the station at 174th Street and Southern Boulevard shortly before 8 a.m. when she was pushed in an unprovoked attack, police sources said. Her assailant, who sources believe was another woman, fled the station and is on the loose. The victim was taken to St. Barnabas Hospital, where she was listed in stable condition. The incident happened on the 2/5 line. The city has seen a rash of subway...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Police say one woman pushed another onto the subway tracks in the Bronx Tuesday morning. It happened around 8 a.m. at 174th Street and Southern Boulevard 2 train station. RELATED: Cyclist In Critical Condition After Being Hit By Car On Lower East Side According to police, the victim, 66, was pushed onto the tracks by a women in her 20s. A Good Samaritan helped the victim get off the tracks. The victim was taken to St. Barnabas Hospital for treatment. The suspect, described as a woman in her 20s, took off and is still at large. It’s just the most recent in a series of disturbing attacks in the subway. This incident is at least the fifth subway track shoving incident this year. In 2020, there were 24 track shoving incidents. Just last week, CBS2’s political reporter Marcia Kramer demanded answers from Mayor Bill de Blasio...
    In its final indictment of February 2, the prosecution requests a criminal trial for four people including Mr. Benalla, now 29 years old, accused in particular of having committed “willful violence”, in this case which poisoned the first part of the presidency of Emmanuel Macron. The final decision on a trial now rests with the investigating judges responsible for these investigations. In the May 1 section, the starting point of the Benalla scandal revealed by Le Monde, five people were indicted in this investigation opened on July 19, 2018 for acts of violence. Quickly extended to cases of hijacking of video surveillance images, she was entrusted to investigating judges three days later. The Paris prosecutor’s office is asking for a trial for the former collaborator of Emmanuel Macron at the Elysee Palace for several offenses, in particular “willful violence”, “untitled interference in the exercise of a public function” or...
    Ursula Bahillo, a young woman, 18 years old, was murdered this Monday in the Buenos Aires town of Red and the main suspect of the femicide is his ex-boyfriend, a Buenos Aires police that he had already been denounced for the harassment to which he subjected the victim. The crime provoked the reaction of the residents of Rojas, located 240 kilometers northwest of Buenos Aires, who they demonstrated in front of the police station local demanding Justice. Fired by the femicide, dozens of villagers banged on the windows and they threw stones against the front of the sectional, a reaction that the agents responded with shots of rubber bullets Y tear gas. The violence of the incidents increased to the point that a patrol car was set on fire. The body of Ursula was found stabbed and with different cuts on the body in a rural area of ​​the...
    These motorists and truck drivers have been stranded for around 30 kilometers on the A2 motorway near Bielefeld (North Rhine-Westphalia) due to heavy snowfall in Germany for more than 48 hours, according to police. Several trucks overturned due to the state of the road, causing the highway to close in both directions. Most of them spent nearly 16 hours in their vehicles in freezing cold. Rescuers provided them with blankets and hot drinks. “The general situation is difficult,” a spokesman for the Bielefeld police force told reporters. “It will take a long time for the traffic jam to subside,” added a spokeswoman for the region’s motorway control center. Motorists were also stranded for part of the night in central Germany on the A4 motorway. Transport Minister Andreas Scheuer called on residents of northern and central Germany to refrain from driving at least until Wednesday. This snowfall and the formation...
    Mother Jones illustration; Getty Let our journalists help you make sense of the noise: Subscribe to the Mother Jones Daily newsletter and get a recap of news that matters.Kamala Harris had certainly practiced for this moment. It was September 2019, and she was in the middle of a bruising primary for the Democratic nomination for president. After briefly peaking in the summer, when her first debate performance offered a memorable confrontation with Joe Biden that spawned many memes, Harris was now struggling to separate herself from the pack. Her biggest enemy, it turned out, was her past as a prosecutor. So when she took the stage in Houston for the third Democratic presidential debate, wearing a navy blue pantsuit and her signature set of white pearls, she knew what was coming. ABC News Correspondent Linsey Davis, one of the few Black women to serve as moderator during the primaries, wasted...
    A minor has fallen this Monday from a fifth floor through the patio of lights of a building in the Ruzafa neighborhood of València. The event has happened around 8:00 p.m., as reported by sources from the National Police to Europa Press. The minor has fallen on the uralite structure from the ground floor. The emergency services have moved to the place, which have transferred the minor to the Hospital La Fe de Valencia, where he has been admitted with very serious injuries. Sources close to the case have informed EFE that the National Police has taken over the investigation to determine the circumstances in which this event occurred.
    The National Police of Ceuta and the Civil Guard dismantled a network dedicated to the international drug trafficking through the use of drones between Morocco and the Autonomous City, in a “pioneering” operation in Spain against an organization of this type. As reported by the Government Delegation in Ceuta in a statement, the agents of the two police forces dismantled an organized network that was allegedly dedicated to “international drug trafficking” through the use of what is known as narcodrones. The operation, called “Rond-Hornet”, began last September 2020 and as a result of it, to date, 4 semi-industrial drones with load capacities from 4 to 25 kilograms and 3 other commercial drones, which the organization used to transport narcotic substances between Morocco and Ceuta by air. During the development of the investigation, directed by the Court of First Instance and Instruction number 5 of Ceuta, various amounts of drugs were...
    NBA : HOME • GR (Greek) • News • Koronovios: Police fine an elderly woman in Lamia – What she said about the incident (video) 2021-02-08T21:42:52+00:002021-02-08T21:42:52+00:002021-02-08T21:42:52+00:00. Stefanos Tatsios 08/Feb/21 21:42 Eurohoops.net Stefanos Tatsios An incredible incident took place in Lamia as the Police imposed a fine for the coronavirus on an elderly woman who was selling greens and has gone through dramatic moments in the last period of her life. The Eurohoops Team / info@eurohoops.net According to the STAR bulletin, the unfortunate old woman has recently experienced very hard times for any person as she lost her two sons and her grandson in accidents, as a result of which she recently wanted to go to the cemetery where one of the relatives was buried. to end her life something she fortunately...
    NORTH RICHLAND HILLS (CBSDFW.COM) – North Richland Hills, Texas police officer Matt Boyd delivered a baby in under ten minutes after arriving to help a mother in labor. “I just fell back on my training for what to do. Let’s be honest – Momma did more work than I did,” said Officer Boyd. RELATED: 103-Year-Old Woman Plans To Go Wild After Receiving COVID Vaccine It was the early morning hours of February 3 that Boyd called on his experience serving as an EMT for two and a half years in Hood County before joining the department in 2018. He was finishing up an over-night shift when the call went out from down the street from where he was wrapping up. “Dispatch notified us of a childbirth call that I was about a quarter of a mile away from.” Boyd was the first to arrive, even before the ambulance and the...
    By Maria Tsvetkova SAKHAROVO, Russia (Reuters) - Anti-Kremlin protesters freed from detention in Russia say they are ready to keep demonstrating and have lost their fear of the authorities. Police detained more than 11,000 people during three unsanctioned protests over the past weeks calling for the release of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny, jailed for parole violations he denied. Navalny allies have put protests on hold for now until warmer weather and say they are focused on trying to achieve a breakthrough at a parliamentary election in the autumn. Some of those detained for taking part in the protests said they were ready to take to the streets again when the time was right. "We need to keep fighting, it's impossible to scare us," Artem Medvedev, a 32-year-old marketing specialist, told Reuters minutes after being freed after five days in a detention centre outside Moscow. "Amazing people are kept here and...
    AN ADVENTUROUS tourist has mysteriously vanished during a solo bike ride in Australia after sending a message to his mum saying he loves "facing the unknown." The 32-year-old Canadian - named only in reports as Layton - posted the cryptic note just before setting off on a 200-mile trek across Victoria last week. 3The Canadian tourist disappeared during a solo bike ride in AustraliaCredit: Victoria Police He reportedly moved to Australia from his home country around a month ago and has most recently been staying in the town of Marysville in the Yarra Valley, east of Melbourne. The film maker had planned to ride his well-equipped bike to Omeo - around 200 miles away - and was last heard from on social media six days ago, reports News.com. Then, Layton had taken to Instagram to pen his heartfelt message to his mother alongside a photo of him crouching down next...
    Enrique Ponce and his girlfriend Ana Soria ended up in the police station this weekend.
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A prowler has been terrorizing women in Sacramento, and one victim claims police may have tracked down the serial peeper and let him go. A woman who lives in midtown, but does not want to be identified, claims she was followed by a man last Friday while she was walking around her neighborhood. The man allegedly started lurking from across the street and then started following her from behind. The woman said she even got out her taser and threatened him with it, but said he continued to pursue her. “I was scared. This guy kept approaching me, even with the taser. This guy is not scared of the taser,” she said. “Only when I threatened to call the police did he turn and walk away.” She immediately called the police, who found the man still in the area. The man was detained, while the police had...
    “I’m shocked, shocked to find that gambling is going on in here!” exclaimed a not-at-all surprised Captain Louis Renault in the classic film Casablanca, and CNN reporter Randi Kaye found herself shocked, shocked to find that Super Bowl crowds were drinking in Tampa before the big game. Reporting live from downtown Tampa — where the hometown Bucs are the first ever team to play the big game in their own stadium — Kaye told CNN Newsroom anchor Ana Cabrera that their production team was “trying to enjoy it safely,” but it was very crowded and that’s why she was double masked. “If you look at the scene, behind me you can see that a lot of people are here,” said Kaye. “They’re gathered. They’re already cheering for their favorite team. They’re outside. So it’s considered to be safer. And they are allowed to be here. They’re only supposed to take their masks off while they’re eating or drinking. But you can...
    The Brazilian federal deputy and evangelical pastor Flordelis dos Santos de Souza, accused of ordering her children to murder her husband, celebrated her 60th birthday this Sunday in a pompous service where she sang, was moved and distributed blessings among her parishioners, oblivious to their legal problems. The congresswoman has made her anniversary a party that began last Friday with some of her 55 children, 51 of them adopted, And it culminated this Sunday with an event organized by the “Ciudad del Fuego Ministry”, the evangelical church that he founded. The ecumenical act was in charge of promoting it herself among the hundreds of thousands of followers he has on his social networks. “Anniversary of our pastor Flordelis. Worship offered to God by her intercessors”, the poster posted on his Instagram account, with a visual more typical of a music star, than of a parliamentarian or a religious leader....
    A Long Island man found asleep behind the wheel of his truck on I-87 in the Hudson Valley allegedly had a blood alcohol content more than double the legal limit during a late-night bust by New York State Police over the weekend. New York State Police troopers on patrol shortly before 4:30 a.m. on Sunday, Jan. 31 stopped to investigate a suspicious Ford F250 that was stopped in the right lane of the interstate in Plattekill. While checking the vehicle, troopers found the driver, Copiague resident Karol Giembic, who was asleep in the front seat of the truck. Giembic was woken up by the troopers, and his truck was moved to the side of the road. While speaking with Giembic, it is alleged that he was intoxicated, and he was taken into custody without further incident. According to investigators, at the New York State Police barrack in Newburgh, Giembic submitted...
    Moscow (CNN)"Do you know that we can beat you so hard that you will be urinating blood? And there won't be any traces -- you won't be able to prove anything," Peter Sokovykh recalls a police officer screaming into his face as he found himself in a tiny room with six security officers in a St. Petersburg police station.Just a few hours before this scene, in Russia's second-largest city, Sokovykh was detained on January 31 for taking part in a demonstration in support of jailed Russian opposition figure Alexey Navalny.Sokovykh says the detention was sudden and harsh: he was checking his phone as someone he believed to be a plainclothes officer pushed him onto the road. Sokovykh said he was then grabbed by his hair and coat by men in protective equipment and dragged into a police van. Kremlin critic Navalny in court as EU official makes controversial trip...
    The joint device of the Municipal Police of Pamplona and the Foral Police, with the aim of controlling compliance with health regulations and avoiding risk situations for the population, has ended this weekend with the report 108 people for various breaches, six hotel establishments and one person has been arrested accused of an alleged crime of assault on agents. The most notable intervention took place in the late afternoon of this Saturday in the Pamplona neighborhood of Txantrea when it became known of a bottle that would have gathered around 60 persons, mostly young. When the police patrols went to the place they tried to identify the attendees, at which point a group of young people approached them “in an insulting and aggressive attitude, which turned violent in the bordering areas,” reported the Municipal Police of Pamplona . Several teams from the National Police intervention unit also came to...
    Agents of the National Police have evicted this Saturday a illegal party held in an abandoned house next to the Benimaclet cemetery (Valencia) and sanctioning the 16 participants, between 20 and 30 years of age, have been issued for violating the Covid regulations. The agents received a notice at 7:20 p.m. this Saturday that warned of the celebration of a possible illegal party in an abandoned house next to the cemetery, as reported by police sources. Four patrols came to the site, finding several vehicles parked outside the building. When they entered the interior, from where a “loud noise” of music came, they observed a multitude of young people consuming alcohol, smoking and all of them without a mask and in groups of more than six people. The moment they became aware of the police presence, one of the young men jumped a wall to try to escape, but...
    Various altercations They have happened this Saturday in Chile as a result of the death of a street artist last Friday by the shots of a Carabinero in the city of Panguipulli, in the south of the country. In the capital, Santiago de Chile, several protests had been called on social networks in points such as Plaza Ñuñoa, where the Carabineros have dispersed the protesters, who they exceeded the allowed capacity by coronavirus restrictions, with water cannons, as reported Third. Other points in which there have been demonstrations have been in the districts of Concepción, Puente Alto and Maipú and, until now, the Carabineros has reported that there have been nine arrests, according to the newspaper The Mercury. In Maipú, where they have met approximately 100 people, a police station was attacked with “strong elements and incendiary devices,” the authorities have reported. Also, a bus has burned. The street...
    QUITO. Ecuadorians, seeking to escape economic difficulties exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic, will elect a new president, with candidates torn between maintaining the free market vision of the past four years or returning to the socialist generosity of the previous decade. Left-wing candidate Andrés Arauz, backed by former President Rafael Correa, arrives as the front-runner with promises to reverse austerity measures and deliver $ 1,000 to a million families as soon as he takes office. Stay informed on our Google News channel He faces two-time presidential candidate Guillermo Lasso, a conservative banker who has promised to create thousands of jobs and stimulate the economy through foreign investment, lower taxes, and increased production of oil, his main export product. . « The Ecuadorian is seeing which of the two candidates is going to get me out of the economic problem I’m in, » said Francis Romero, director of the Click Report pollster....
    Frank Shankwitz is a founder of the Make-A-Wish Foundation. The former Arizona Highway Patrol officer has died at age  77 Frank Shankwitz, the co-founder of the Make-A-Wish charity and a former Arizona state trooper, has died. The Make-A-Wish organization confirmed Shankwitz died at his home in Prescott of esophageal cancer. He was 77. Make-A-Wish is known for granting the wishes of children dealing with critical illnesses. 'Wishes' range from trips to day-long experiences. The organization was created in 1980 after Shankwitz and five others helped a seven-year-old Phoenix boy battling leukemia be a highway patrol officer for a day.  Shankwitz also initially served as its president and CEO. The charity estimates it has helped realize the wishes of more than 500,000 children. It has grown to 60 chapters nationwide. Frank Shankwitz was a member of the Arizona Highway Patrol's ten man tactical unit that covered the entire state...
    Evan Rachel Wood has said she was forced to file a police report last year after allegedly learning that Marilyn Manson's wife Lindsay Usich was 'conspiring' to release photos of her to 'ruin my career' and 'shut me up'. Hollywood actor Wood, 33, shared screengrabs of an online chat discussing someone named 'Lindsay' asking for 'pictures of Evan doing things that would ruin her career.' She also shared a photo of the police report and what she said was one of the incriminating pictures Usich was seeking, showing Wood in Manson's stage hat and a Adolf Hitler-style mustache drawn on her face.  Wood posted the latest accusations on her Instagram story Saturday just days after she first broke her silence to name Manson, 52, as her alleged abuser who she said 'horrifically abused me for years.' On Friday, she posted fresh claims that Manson hurled anti-Semitic abuse at her, has three...
    The National Police is investigating a vaccine theft against the coronavirus in the Univérsitas health center, located at number 42 of Andrés Vicente de Zaragoza street, reports Herald. According to Police sources cited by Herald, the robbery would have been committed at dawn from Thursday to Friday. Specifically, what was stolen was a vial of Pfizer vaccine, from which up to six doses can be drawn. Herald quotes sources from the Government Delegation in Aragon, who have confirmed that he has already reported the theft and that the National Police has already launched the investigation. According to the first information handled by the Government Delegation itself, it would have been the health coordinator of the area which would have alerted the authorities of what happened. According to the Police, the stolen vial was inside the health center, so it is ruled out that the theft occurred during a...
    The California mother-of-three who has been missing for a month had been arguing with her husband during a family trip camping in the dessert just days before her disappearance, according to the woman's sister and brother-in-law.  Maricris Drouaillet and her husband, Richard, said that Larry and Maya 'May' Millete had been arguing over a Jeep Wrangler that they had brought with them on a family camping trip to the Glamis Sand Dunes in California over the New Year holiday.   The 39-year-old mother was last seen at her Chula Vista home by family on January 7 at around 5pm.   In an interview with DailyMail.com, Maricris - the oldest of six siblings - said their large family had been planning to take a trip up to the mountains to go snowboarding for Maya's daughter's 11th birthday before Maya disappeared. The sister and brother-in-law of Maya May Millete say that she and...
    At the call of several national organizations, including the main union, the UGTT, the demonstrators gathered on the Human Rights Square a few hundred meters from the Ministry of the Interior, . noted. They then marched to Avenue Habib Bourguiba, symbol of the 2011 revolution, access to which had been blocked in the morning by the police. “Down with the Muslim Brotherhood regime, down with the torturer of the people”, “Freedoms”, shouted the demonstrators who also chanted slogans hostile to the Speaker of Parliament Rached Ghannouchi, at the head of the ruling Islamist-inspired party Ennahdha . Civilian agents were taking pictures of demonstrators, including those throwing water bottles at police officers, . observed. “No to impunity”, “Down with the police regime”, could be read on posters brandished by demonstrators demanding the release of all young people arrested during recent social movements. In mid January, more than 1,500 young people,...
    Reuters February 6, 2021 0 Comments History has time and again vindicated players who take a stand for social justice, leaders of the NFL Players Association (NFLPA) said ahead of Sunday’s Super Bowl in Tampa, despite being suffering criticism and even abuse from fans. Colin Kaepernick created a fire storm of controversy in 2016 when he knelt during the pre-game playing of the National Anthem to protest police brutality and racial injustice. The move prompted vitriol from then-presidential candidate Donald Trump, who suggested the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback “find a country that works better for him.” Kaepernick has been unable to find a job in the NFL since the end of that season. “I’m proud of the fact that our players have been on the right side of history,” NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith told reporters on Friday. “Dave Meggyesy, a union leader, was probably the first player...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The first Black female squad commander is now leading the 46th Precinct stationhouse in the Bronx. Lt. Rennae Francis joined the NYPD as a police cadet in 2007 while she was going to John Jay College of Criminal Justice. She later became a police officer. “I joined the police academy. I had a great time. It was six months of working out and learning the law,” Francis said. “I look back now, 10 years later, I’m like, wow, I cannot believe 10 years ago I was running laps in the gym and now I run a detective squad.” After immigrating to America from the small island of Dominica at 17-years-old, Lieutenant Rennae Francis joined the #NYPD as a police cadet in 2007. Rennae never imagined that 13 years later she would be the first black female Squad Commander of the 46 Precinct. pic.twitter.com/WZSR2KiU6P — Chief Rodney...
    German police seize $ 60 million in bitcoins. And now: "What is the password?"
    Garret miller Share on Facebook Share on twitter Share in mail Share on whatsapp He also threatened to kill an agent of the Capitol Police who opened fire and killed one of the participants in the assault. “He deserves to die,” he posted. “He will not live long” because it is “hunting season,” he added. The Department of Justice of the United States has reported this Saturday that five charges have been imputed to one of the participants of the assault on the Capitol of January 6 that threatened on the Internet to assassinate the member of the House of Representatives Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and an agent of the Capitol Police. It is about a citizen of Texas, Garret Miller, who posted on Twitter the phrase “assassinate AOC”, the initials of Ocasio-Cortez, according to the court documentation, which the US network CNN...
    Riot in Washington in the assault on the Capitol of Trump / EP supporters Share on Facebook Share on twitter Share in mail Share on whatsapp The arrested defended the theories of “electoral fraud” The United States Capitol Police have arrested a man armed with a pistol and a list of congressmen near the headquarters of the country’s Legislative Power, who shouted at members of the National Guard and who, after his arrest, defended the “electoral fraud”. The arrest occurred on Wednesday and the man was identified as Dennis Westover, 71, from West Virginia, as reported by the Washington Police on Thursday. Wetsover was “yelling” at members of the National Guard inside the perimeter surrounding the Capitol when police approached him. After his arrest for carrying an unlicensed 9mm Sig Sauer pistol and 20 unregistered rounds of ammunition, he assured that...
    Authorities didn’t say whether they believe a bullet that struck and critically injured a 38-year-old vehicle passenger in Paterson was intended for him or someone else. Police found the wounded city resident at the corner of Straight and Harrison streets – more than a half-mile from the scene of the shooting at North 1st and East Main streets – shortly before 7:30 p.m. Thursday. He was taken to St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center, where he remained in critical condition, Passaic County Prosecutor Camelia Valdes and Paterson Police Chief Ibrahim Baycora said Friday. Both asked that anyone who witnessed or has information about the shooting contact the prosecutor’s tips line at 1-877-370-PCPO or tips@passaiccountynj.org or the Paterson Police Ceasefire Unit at (973) 321-1342. 
    A man from Long Island, New York, has been arrested for allegedly impersonating a cop and kidnapping two teenage girls in broad daylight, one of whom police say he groped in his SUV before she made a daring escape. The Suffolk County Police Department on Thursday announced the arrest of 46-year-old Donald Cristiano, of Bay Shore, who is facing charges of kidnapping, endangering the welfare of a child, criminal impersonation and luring a child. According to the police, two girls, ages 14 and 16, were walking on Herbert Avenue at 3.35pm when a man drove up to the pair, identified himself as a police officer and asked the teens where they were going.   Donald Cristiano, 46, is pictured being led out of the First Police Precinct in West Babylon, New York, on Friday following his arrested on kidnapping and impersonation charges  Cristiano is accused of pretending to be...
    Atlanta police have yet to reveal the evidence that led them to suspect American rapper Silento for the murder of his cousin Frederick Rooks. Silento detained Real name Ricky Hawk, American rapper Silento is embroiled in a dirty business. Charged with murder, he is currently being held in the local Dekalb jail, county police said in a tweet. The Atlanta police suspect the singer of having killed his cousin Frederick Rooks. According to NBC, the latter, 34, was found dead on January 21 in a street in southeast Atlanta. He died instantly after being shot in the head and another in the leg. Shots alerting the neighborhood The arrest of the American rapper Silentó took place on Sunday in Georgia, reports BFMTV. Shots rang out and alerted the neighborhood. Images from surveillance cameras showed several cars speeding to escape the crime scene. For the moment, nothing...
    When the Senate trial for Donald Trump gets underway, one of the tasks for the House impeachment managers is going to be laying out events between Election Day and Jan. 6 to show how Trump encouraged his supporters in a lie and incited them to violence. But it’s going to have to wait until later hearings before the House and Senate bring in additional testimony on security issues related to the insurgency. Which is frustrating. Because a month after the assault on the Capitol, it seems the police, the Pentagon, and intelligence agencies still can’t agree on who knew what, who asked for help, or how things got so royally mucked up. Since the Jan. 6 insurrection, the House has heard testimony about the lack of preparations made by the Capitol Police—despite an assessment by the acting chief, who said: “We knew that militia groups and white supremacist organizations would be attending...
    Miami : Miami police are asking for help from the community to find the whereabouts of a driver who fatally ran over a Hispanic man in Little Havana, which is why they are offering a $ 5,000 reward to anyone who provides information leading to the arrest of the suspect. Images show the moment a driver fatally ran over a Hispanic man during an argument in a public parking lot. According to the police, the suspect and another person were having a dispute when the victim tried to intervene, but the driver ran him over with his vehicle, hitting him against several other cars. Miami police recently revealed the identity of the deceased as Jader Zeledon Ruiz, and while investigating the violent incident they hope to find the whereabouts of the driver who caused his death and fled the scene. Zeledon Ruiz died at Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami police...
    Two suspects have been arrested in connection to the drive-by-shooting that killed an Ecuadorian television host who had reported on corruption, the country's National Police have announced. Efraín Ruales, 36, was on his way home from a morning gym session when he was executed in northern Guayaquil on January 27.  The arrests of the two individuals, a male and a female, took place early Friday in the southern Guayaquil neighborhood of Valdivia.   The Ecuadorian National Police, which did not make the suspects' names public, said the arrests were made at two homes where evidence linked to the murder was recovered.  
    POLICE are prepared to enforce new hotel quarantines for people arriving into the UK from 'red list' countries, it's been revealed. Cops have confirmed they'll be involved in executing the strict rules, which will see travellers kept under guard for ten days. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 3Police will enforce strict new guidelines for travellers arriving in the UK from 'red list' countriesCredit: London News Pictures 3Under the hotel quarantine scheme, thousands of people will be told they must stay in rooms guarded by Government-picked security officialsCredit: PA:Press Association It comes as the Government scrambles to reserve 28,000 hotel rooms for the 1,500 passengers expected to arrive every day from 33 countries. The scheme will roll out in mid-February - and last until at least March 31. Under the plans, guards will be stationed on every floor of the hotels involved, as...
    The Police deny what happened in a Lidl in Gijón: it makes the hair stand on end, but it is false
    Chinese police have dismantled a network selling fake Covid-19 vaccines. The official press agency New China revealed on Monday, February 1, that local police succeeded in dismantling a network of fake coronavirus vaccines, report ..com. This police intervention is part of the fight against crimes related to counterfeit vaccines against Covid-19. This operation against false vaccines was started in China last September. Chinese police made several arrests in different cities, in Beijing, Shanghai and also in Shandong province located in the east of the country. Over 3,000 fake vaccines with syringes containing salt water were confiscated by local authorities, says Lematin.ch. > See our dossier on China.
    A woman who found her murdered mother's bloody body when she was just four years old has recalled how she enlisted a high school friend to solve the brutal crime more than 40 years later.  Loretta Jones, 23, had been repeatedly stabbed and sexually assaulted in her Price, Utah home but managed to write her killer's name in blood before her daughter Heidi Jones-Asay woke up and discovered her dead on July 30, 1970.   'When I got up, I looked through the keyhole into the front room and when I opened the door, there was blood everywhere. It was my mom's lifeless body,' Jones-Asay recalled on a recent episode of the Oxygen true-crime series Exhumed.  Scroll down for video   Looking back: Heidi Jones-Asay detailed how she found her mother Loretta Jones' dead body on July 30, 1970 during her appearance on the Oxygen true-crime series Exhumed  Horrific: Jones had been stabbed 17...
    Colombian authorities have arrested a drug trafficker known as the 'Prince of Submarines' who is wanted by a federal court in Florida for helping one of Mexico's most powerful cartels in shipping $540 million worth of cocaine. Oscar Quintero, 33, used submersibles and speedboats to send shipments of cocaine from the Pacific coast departments of Nariño and Cauca to members of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel in central America, authorities say. The deadly cartel then moved the massive shipments into Mexico before they were smuggled across southern United States border. Authorities claim he had arranged the shipment of 12 tons of the Type A party drug. During their investigation, Colombian security forces seized seven tons of cocaine worth at least $300 million.  Quintero's arrest in the Valle del Cauca municipality of Darién was revealed by the Colombian National Police late Thursday night.  Quintero's extradition has been requested by the United States...
    Alejandro Jaimes-Radilla, 33, was found and captured in the city of Hillsboro on Wednesday A suspect thought he had found the perfect spot to hide from Oregon police, until a cop drone discovered him on the roof of a home.  Drone footage caught the moment Alejandro Jaimes-Radilla was found and captured in the city of Hillsboro on Wednesday. Police were searching for the 33-year-old on an outstanding felony warrant and other unspecified charges. Katu.com reported that Jaimes-Radilla was wanted on several counts of first-degree theft and 'other charges'. Officers tracked him to a property in Hillsboro and, with the help of sniffer dog Blazer, were able to determine that he was likely hiding on the roof.  This was quickly confirmed by a drone from the Washington County Sheriff's Office, The Hillsboro Police Department said in a Facebook post. The video from the drone shows Jaimes-Radilla squeezed into small space...
    Of all the ways 2020 was terrible, one of the worst was its violence: A study found the murder rate in America saw "a large and troubling increase that has no modern precedent." And it’s plainly the fruit of the anti-policing movement. The country hadn’t seen an increase in homicides of more than 13 percent for a half-century, but murder across America soared by 30 percent from 2019 to 2020, the National Commission of COVID-19 and Criminal Justice found, a "historic" increase: "Homicide rates were higher during every month of 2020 relative to rates from the previous year," based on a sample of 34 cities, including New York. Gotham’s homicide rate rose 43 percent, with 131 more killings, the report noted, while Chicago saw 278 more, for a jump of 55 percent. "It’s clearly related, in part, to the coronavirus and to the fact that people are cooped up," Mayor de Blasio has said....
    A gunman who killed a police officer was yesterday shot dead in a hail of bullets on the highway after a 30-mile chase across New Mexico. Omar Felix Cueva, 39, was gunned down after speeding across the I-10 from Luna County where he had slain 28-year-old officer Darian Jarrott during a traffic stop. Footage from a witness shows Cueva's truck reversing wildly down the highway after being spun out by a patrol car. Cueva leaps from the truck with his pistol drawn and crouches behind the hood of a police car as an officer kneels opposite him behind the trunk. Dozens of shots are fired before Cueva is eventually seen lying beside the door of his truck as dozens of armed officers crowd around aiming their weapons at him. Cueva leaps from the truck with his pistol drawn and crouches behind the hood of a police car as...
    THE mom of a "suicidal" girl, 9, who was handcuffed and pepper-sprayed by police wants the officers fired, according to a report. Elba Pope, of Rochester in New York, said that she repeatedly told an officer that her daughter was having a mental health breakdown and pleaded with them to call a specialist instead of trying to detain her. 9Bodycam footage of the incident was released SundayCredit: AP:Associated Press 9A female cop tells the girl to get into the police car to keep warmCredit: Rochester Police Department 9A Rochester Police Department Police officer with pepper spray in his hand attempts to place a 9-year-old girl in the back of a police car.Credit: EPA The officer said “no,” Elba Pope said, according to The Washington Post. Pope, 30, said the incident, which sparked nationwide outrage and prompted fresh scrutiny of how law enforcement agencies deal with people in emotional distress, has...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Family and friends gathered for a vigil Thursday to remember the life of Frankye Duckett, an MTA mobility van driver who was shot and killed last week while on the job. The entrance of Walbrook High School was filled with former classmates, family and loved ones. “I loved everything about Frankye,” Davera Duckett said. He was remembered as a great friend who loved to sing and spread joy. “Frankye was a nice guy. He would give you the shirt off his back,” Linda Pierson, a friend of Frankye Duckett’s, said. Frankye Duckett was a proud father of four and a husband. His wife, Davera Duckett, spoke to WJZ. “Mad, sad, a whole bunch of feelings. Disappointed… everything,” Davera Duckett said. Investigators say Frankye Duckett was gunned down in a parking lot while dropping off a passenger in northeast Baltimore last Friday night. “He didn’t deserve to die like...
    On Thursday, a shocking announcement was made about the death of 11-year-old Placerville boy Roman Lopez. A year after their investigation began, police revealed where Roman’s body was discovered and the criminal charges filed against his father and stepmother. 2/4/21: Roman’s biological father, Jordan Piper, 36, and stepmother Lindsey Piper, 38, are taken into custody in Calaveras County The Placerville Police Department and El Dorado County District Attorney’s Office announces arrests in connection to Roman’s death. 7/10/20: Six months after Roman’s death, police still haven’t provided answers as to how he died. Police say they need the pathology report to move forward. 2/19/20: Placerville police confirm the FBI is involved in the investigation. 2/18/20: Comments on social media run rampant with speculation on who could be responsible. 1/14/20: An autopsy, which included a toxicology report is initiated. Romans’ blood is analyzed...
    More On: crime NYPD investigates spate of robberies at high-end boutiques De Blasio denies Commish Shea’s subway crime fears — in front of him Unlicensed massage therapist charged with sexually abusing six women Man killed during apparent music video shoot in the Bronx, sources say Of all the ways 2020 was terrible, one of the worst was its violence: A study found the murder rate in America saw “a large and troubling increase that has no modern precedent.” And it’s plainly the fruit of the anti-policing movement. The country hadn’t seen an increase in homicides of more than 13 percent for a half-century, but murder across America soared by 30 percent from 2019 to 2020, the National Commission of COVID-19 and Criminal Justice found, a “historic” increase: “Homicide rates were higher during every month of 2020 relative to rates from the previous year,” based on a sample of 34...
    A group of Frenchmen were caught in a brothel raid by Spanish police after travelling across the border in search of sex.  The men were among 39 punters and 21 sex workers identified during the operation at an unnamed hotel in Capmany a 20-minute drive from France.  Officers said it was functioning 'discreetly' as a brothel.  Detectives made no arrests but identified the men, who now face having heavy fines sent to their home addresses.  The women were also identified before being questioned as part of a human trafficking investigation.  Spanish detectives found 13 Frenchmen at a brothel in a Spanish border town. (Pictured: Covid face masks are seen at the counter of a French sex club in June last year) The area where the raid took place is near to the Catalan border town of La Jonquera, home to one of Europe's biggest and best-known brothels called Paradise. ...
    An Arizona woman driving erratically told a police officer during her arrest that she refused to pull over "because I felt it was the right thing to do," authorities said Wednesday. Hannah Clevenger was spotted around 2 p.m. Monday driving at speeds upwards of 70 mph, weaving between lanes and driving on the lane line, the Mesa Police Department said in a news release. CALIFORNIA MAN ROBBED RESTAURANT THAT REFUSED HIM SERVICE FOR NOT WEARING MASK The officer activated his lights and siren in an attempt to pull over Clevenger. But police said that Clevenger looked at the officer through the driver's side window and continued driving. Clevenger was arrested a day after she refused to pull over for a police officer who spotted her driving erratically, authorities said. (Mesa Police Department) When Clevenger finally stopped at a traffic light, the officer got out of his vehicle and approached...
    Attorney Ben Crump raises his fist as he addresses the crowd during a press conference and candlelight vigil for Andre Hill outside the Brentnell Community Recreation Center in Columbus, Ohio on December 26, 2020. STEPHEN ZENNER/AFP via Getty Images Former Columbus Police Officer Adam Coy has been indicted in the death of Andre Hill. Coy fatally shot Hill while responding to a non-emergency call on December 22. Hill's family said on Thursday that they are "relieved" by the indictment but want a conviction. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A former police officer in Columbus, Ohio, has been indicted for murder in the fatal shooting of Andre Hill, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced Wednesday night. Adam Coy, who had been with the Columbus Police Department for 19 years, fatally shot Hill, a 47-year-old Black man who was standing in an open garage with his cellphone in...
    Denzel Washington says he has the 'utmost respect' for police and that he doesn't care for those who put law enforcement officers down.  The Academy Award-winning actor defended those in law enforcement following calls to 'defund police' in the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement across the country.    'I have the utmost respect for what they do, for what our soldiers do, (people) that sacrifice their lives,' Washington told Yahoo Entertainment.   'I just don't care for people who put those kind of people down. If it weren't for them, we would not have the freedom to complain about what they do.'  Denzel Washington has defended those in law enforcement following calls to 'defund police' in the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement across the country The 66-year-old has now played a law-enforcer 13 times during his career.  He said that he has seen first-hand the work police do given the...
    A tweet by Greta Thunberg has led to the launch of a criminal conspiracy probe into a 'toolkit' for supporters of Indian farmers protesting against controversial agricultural reforms. On Tuesday the teenage climate activist shared, then promptly deleted, a Google document containing advice on how to amplify farmer's voices and raise attention to the protests, which have been ongoing since November. The toolkit included sample social media posts and advice for what a 'Celebrity/Influential Person' could tweet to show their support. Tips included retweeting a recent post by Barbadian musician Rihanna that prompted outrage in India and was described as 'irresponsible' by Indian officials. Thunberg, 18, later reaffirmed her support for farmers, tweeting an updated version of the toolkit and along with the hashtag #StandWithFarmers.  On Thursday, demonstrators from the United Hindu Front burned effigies of Thunberg and Rihanna in New Delhi in response to the tweets.  A tweet...