Your crime watch tonight's bodycam video released today by Colorado Springs Police is giving us a raw look at a manhunt for a killer on the loose in our city. It happened more than two years ago and now the man at the center of it is spending the rest of his life in prison for murder and attempted murder. News five's Natalie Chuck joins us now live in the studio with what these new videos show.
- National Review
Pro-Life Activist Arrested After SWAT Team Raids Home with Guns Drawn in Front of ‘Screaming’ Children
Mark Houck, a pro-life author and sidewalk counselor was arrested in front of his children after the DOJ ordered a SWAT raid on his house for alleged violations of the FACE Act.
- NBC News
A Detroit, Michigan, radio news anchor was killed in an attempted murder-suicide at his home, the station said Friday.
Ted Cruz was booed by a Texas audience when he said his plan to end school shootings is putting more police officers in schools
"You guys can instead sing kumbaya with them and hope they'll just stop, but what you're proposing doesn't work," Cruz said to a heated audience.
- NBC News
A jury convicted a QAnon believer who chased down Capitol Police Officer Eugene Goodman on Jan. 6, 2021, finding the defendant guilty on all charges against him.
- USA TODAY
MIchael Close yelled out a window at the couple as they urged the dog to “go potty” before grabbing the AK and firing it 24 times at them.
The main perpetrator involved in the brutal assault on four women at a restaurant in Tangshan, China, has been sentenced to 24 years in prison. On Friday, the Guangyang District People’s Court in Langfang, Hebei province, determined Chen Jizhi, 41, to be the ringleader of a gang that has conducted criminal activities since 2012. Chen and four other men were caught on camera violently beating four women at a barbecue restaurant in Tangshan on June 10 after one of the woman rejected his sexual proposal.
- Women's Health
Netflix's limited series "Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story," details the Jeffrey Dahmer serial killings. But who officer John Balcerzak, and where is he now?
- Biloxi Sun Herald
The woman allegedly sustained cuts, an eye injury and a brain bleed.
He was subdued by passengers and crew when he fled to the back of the aircraft after the confrontation, according to the U.S. attorney's office in Los Angeles.
- Columbus Ledger-Enquirer
Here’s what happened in court.
Oakland police and the FBI are investigating a fatal shooting in Oakland Friday afternoon during an attempted robbery of a Brinks truck. Two other people were wounded from gunfire, police say.
- Kansas City Star
Belton substitute teacher Jason L. Carey, 42, was arrested Tuesday after he allegedly shared nude photos and videos of himself with 8th graders over Snapchat.
- Miami Herald
The general facts are undisputed: Juan Ricardo Hernandez, upset about being cut off by a SUV in traffic, got out of his car at a Miami intersection. As both cars idled at a stoplight, Hernandez walked up to that SUV — a passenger inside happened to be a Mexican telenovela actor named Pablo Lyle.
Three suspects connected to a smash-and-grab in Beverly Hills in March have been arrested after police were able to track them down during the course of an investigation. At the time of the robbery it was suggested that the suspects had made of with up to $5 million jewelry.
- Women's Health
Rita Isbell is the sister of Jeffrey Dahmer's 11th victim, Errol Lindsey. All about what happened to her brother, her role in the trial, and where she is now.
- LA Times
LAPD Chief Michel Moore said the department was focused on finding the person responsible for the image made to look like Capt. Lillian Carranza.
- LA Times
Newly unsealed court documents show that the FBI and U.S. attorney's office in L.A. got the warrant for the raid by misleading the judge who approved it.
3 Stoughton officers had inappropriate relationships with girl who later died by suicide, chief says
Three Stoughton police officers who have since resigned from their roles with the department engaged in inappropriate relationships with a teenage girl who died suicide years later, the town’s chief said Friday.
Henry Lee Porter was convicted by a jury on June 24 of two counts of sexual battery of a person under the age of 12 by a person over the age of 18.
- Associated Press
A former police officer in a small Texas town was found not guilty of murder Thursday in the slaying of a Black man who offered a handshake as the officer arrived to respond to a call about a fight at a convenience store. Lucas was an officer in Wolfe City where Price, who had played football for Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, was a city employee, personal trainer and bodybuilder with dreams of starting his own fitness center. Lucas was charged with murdering Price the night of Oct. 3, 2020, and fired from the police force five days later.