Criminal charges filed against Isaias Cervantes, a man with autism who was shot and left paralyzed by L.A. County deputies in March 2021, have been dropped.
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- WABC – NY
A police officer was injured during a confrontation with an armed suspect in the Bronx Tuesday night.
World Bank President David Malpass on Wednesday criticized Microsoft's $69 billion takeover of gaming developer Activision Blizzard as a questionable allocation of capital at a time when poor countries are struggling to restructure debts and fight COVID-19 and poverty. Malpass said during a Peterson Institute for International Economics virtual event that more capital needed to flow into poor countries, but these flows have been disrupted by unusually easy monetary policies in developed countries. He said he was struck by the scale of Microsoft's acquisition deal for "Call of Duty" maker Activision Blizzard.
- KABC – Los Angeles
A man accused of punching workers at a vaccine clinic in Tustin is facing charges of battery and resisting arrest.
- CBS News
Brianna Kupfer was found dead on the floor of the store minutes after she had sent an ominous text message to a friend, police said.
- Atlanta Black Star
‘Disgusting’: Newly Released Video Captures Florida Officer Grabbing a Female Subordinate by the Throat After She Pulled Him Away from Suspect He Was Confronting
A South Florida police sergeant has been taken off the street after a video of him choking a fellow officer emerged last week. Sgt. Christopher […]
- Tacoma News Tribune
A 70-year-old man located his stolen SUV near Wauna on Key Peninsula and shot at the man driving it, deputies said.
Tennessee judge who routinely jailed children announced she's retiring but traumatized ex-detainees say she's leaving the bench to 'avoid guilt'
One of the former child detainees who was arrested and jailed as a minor said Judge Donna Davenport appears to be "retiring to avoid guilt."
Two siblings have pleaded guilty in the killing of 19-year-old Frank McAlister 30 years after his skeletal remains were found by hikers in Shingletown, California, allowing authorities to close the decades-old cold case. McAlister was reported missing by his then-girlfriend on May 7, 1993. She told authorities that he was driving her car, which was also missing, according to KRCR, a television station in Redding. Police said the car was later found at a Costco parking lot with what appeared a su
- KTVX Salt Lake City
John Everett Booth walked away from his family in 1970 and never turned back. In October 2021, the puzzle about his disappearance started to take shape.
Man pleads guilty to exploiting a worker who lived in a garden shed for 40 years with no light or heating, UK authority says
Officers investigating Peter Swailes, 56, said his dog had better living quarters than the vulnerable worker who lived on his property.
- Tacoma News Tribune
The 33-year-old man also knocked over a jogger and punched a bystander in the face, Seattle police said.
- Macon Telegraph
The holdup early Tuesday left a 43-year-old clerk dead at a video poker and lotto shop on the west side of Warner Robins, Houston County sheriff’s officials say
- Akron Beacon Journal
Police say Springfield boutique was storefront for illegal gambling parlor run by a felon found with guns, marijuana and nearly $600,000 in cash
- The Daily Beast
via GoFundMeCriminal justice activists have accused Raleigh police of fatally shooting a young dad who was “so confused and disoriented that he didn’t even respond to his wife when she spoke to him” following a highway crash in North Carolina.Daniel Turcios, 43, was shot and killed by officers who responded to a car crash last week involving the beloved husband and father to three boys. Police said they received multiple 911 calls at about 1:30 p.m. on Jan. 11 about a car wreck indicating that a
- USA TODAY
A man was arrested in the random knife killing of UCLA student Brianna Kupfer, who was working alone in a furniture store when she was killed
- Associated Press
The widow and two sisters of a U.S. Marine killed in Afghanistan are suing Alec Baldwin, alleging the actor exposed them to a flood of social media hatred by claiming on Instagram that one sister was an “insurrectionist” for attending former President Donald Trump's Washington, D.C., rally on Jan. 6 last year. The sister, Roice McCollum, protested peacefully and legally; was not among those who stormed the U.S. Capitol that day and, after being interviewed by the FBI, “was never detained, arrested, accused of or charged with any crime,” according to the lawsuit filed Monday in U.S. District Court in Cheyenne. The lawsuit comes as Baldwin is immersed in an ongoing investigation into the death of a cinematographer and the wounding of a director last fall after a prop gun the actor was holding on a movie set went off.
- Portsmouth Herald
Watching the appalling video recently released has been upsetting at the least and shocking in its brutality.
- Democrat and Chronicle
Tribunella recruited individuals addicted to opioids to shoplift new items, which he then sold on eBay and Amazon. He profited more than $3 million.
- The Commercial Appeal
Young Dolph killing suspects Justin Johnson and Cornelius Smith appear in court for their arraignment in Memphis, Tennessee.
- Business Insider
Pornhub's elusive co-owner broke a decade-long media silence after his $16 million mansion burned to the ground
Mindgeek CEO Feras Antoon told Vanity Fair Pornhub does not allow illegal content, and suspected anti-porn critics incited violence against him.