The employees at the store told investigators there was some sort of firebombing.
Volodymyr Zhukovskyy. 26. faced multiple counts of negligent homicide and manslaughter for the crash on Route 2 in Randolph, New Hampshire on June 21, 2019.
Cellphone video from Dockweiler Beach shows a group, suspected to be in their late-teens or early 20s, brutally attacking a street vendor. According to authorities, at least three members of the group have been arrested for their involvement.
And he was almost made into mincemeat…
Critics called out the Republican National Committee over its latest tweet.
- Rolling Stone
"They poured salt in an unhealable wound," Vanessa's lawyer Luis Li told jurors on the first day of trial in the invasion of privacy case
The idol of Goddess Parvati was one of five stolen from a temple in Tamil Nadu state in 1971.
- LA Times
Prosecutors say they are reviewing previous crashes linked to woman charged with six counts of murder and five counts of vehicular manslaughter.
- USA TODAY
Aaron "Mick" Crawford, 18, suddenly fell ill and died after assisting with flood relief efforts in Perry County, his family told The Courier Journal.
A New Hampshire father is speaking out after his wife and two young boys were found murdered last week.
- Associated Press
A jury on Tuesday acquitted a commercial truck driver of causing the deaths of seven motorcyclists in a horrific head-on collision in northern New Hampshire that exposed fatal flaws in the processing of license revocations across states. Volodymyr Zhukovskyy, 26, of West Springfield, Massachusetts, was found innocent on seven counts of manslaughter, seven counts of negligent homicide and one count of reckless conduct in connection with the June 21, 2019, crash in Randolph. Jurors deliberated for less than three hours after a two-week trial during which prosecutors argued that Zhukovskyy — who had taken heroin, fentanyl and cocaine earlier on the day of the crash — repeatedly swerved back and forth before the collision and told police he caused it.
- LA Times
Authorities are trying to determine whether Linton was supposed to be taking medications and if she was using them at the time of the crash, law enforcement sources told The Times.
Memphis Police released images of a brazen crime. The pictures show three men holding high-powered weapons. Memphis Police said those men used those weapons to “open fire” and kill a man outside of a Memphis motel.
- Miami Herald
A passerby found his body sticking out of the sand.
BEIJING (Reuters) -A Beijing court on Wednesday dismissed an appeal by a plaintiff in a high-profile Chinese sexual harassment case involving a well-known host of state broadcaster CCTV, a decision likely to deal a blow to China's #MeToo movement. Zhou Xiaoxuan, 29, accused one of CCTV's premier entertainment show hosts, Zhu Jun, of groping and forcibly kissing her in 2014 when she was an intern working for him, allegations he denies. Zhou’s accusations, posted on social media in 2018, quickly went viral and she sued Zhu for damages that year.
- CBS News
In May, the Department of Justice sued Envigo RMS, alleging that the company was failing to provide "humane care and treatment to the thousands of beagles."
An Asian Australian YouTuber was recently subjected to racist insults while covering an exclusive boat show in Sydney. John Lee, who shares fishing videos on his YouTube channel JYL Fishing TV, uploaded footage of the harassment he allegedly endured at the Sydney International Boat Show in Cockle Bay.
- The Daily Beast
Frederick M. Brown/Daily Mail.com via APA traveling Texas nurse is facing multiple murder charges after running a red light and crashing into traffic while allegedly driving 90 mph in Windsor Hills, California.Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón announced on Monday that Nicole Linton has been charged with six counts of murder and five counts of gross vehicular manslaughter for the multi-car crash, which left six people dead. Linton faces a 90-year prison sentence if convicted.Poli
Kiely Rodni's disappearance is being treated as a possible abduction, the Placer County Sheriff's Office said.
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Jaquavius Kesean Bland is a known member of the Bloods street gang.
A Utah-based apparel company and its owner are facing a hefty fine after the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) accused them of replacing "Made in China" labels on their products with "Made in the USA" labels. Lions Not Sheep and its owner, Sean Whalen, were slapped with a fine of $211,335 for falsely claiming that their products were made in the U.S., the FTC announced on July 28. The products were reportedly imported from China and other countries.