Police in Denver said the suspect wanted in a deadly shooting on Monday has been arrested in Kansas.
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Robert Crimo III, who is believed to have taken shots at parade-goers from a rooftop in Highland Park, Illinois was arrested by police Monday evening after his DNA was identified.
Police have released the names of the two women killed inside the home where a barricade situation took place over nearly nine hours Saturday in an eastern Henrico neighborhood.
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The Shockwave was a staple at air shows and dragstrips nationwide, including in North Carolina. It offered rides to fighter pilots and, sometimes, to reporters.
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Highland Park Police, ReutersAfter a daylong manhunt, Illinois police have taken in the “person of interest” wanted in connection with a sniper attack at a July 4 parade in Highland Park that killed six people and sent dozens more to the hospital.Authorities have not said 22-year-old Robert “Bobby” Crimo III is the suspected gunman, but before he was taken into custody, they said he was armed and dangerous.They said a North Chicago police officer spotted the car Crimo was believed to be driving
Authorities said he may have fled in a 2010 Honda Fit and is considered armed and dangerous.
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Once the truck went through the sign, it hit multiple vehicles in the parking lot of the store, including the gas pumps.
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The suspects were said to have opened fire into the crowd of the Fourth of July cookout “with absolutely no regard for human life whatsoever.”
FHP responded to the crash near Central Florida Parkway shortly before midnight.
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An unruly female passenger has been kicked off a plane for refusing to sit next to a baby.
A source shared video of police arresting the suspected shooter in Monday's deadly mass shooting in Highland Park, after the suspect was stopped in his car in Lake Forest.
Portland man charged with hate crimes for punching 5-year-old and her father because they’re ‘Japanese’
A man has been charged with bias crimes in Portland, Oregon, after allegedly attacking a man and his 5-year-old daughter because he thought they were Japanese. The victims, who came from California, were riding bikes along the Eastbank Esplanade on Saturday at around 3:45 p.m. when Dylan J. Kesterson, 34, approached them and “made comments about his perception that they were of Japanese descent,” Portland police said. After making the remark, Kesterson allegedly began hitting the 36-year-old man in the head.
The event, which happened on July 3 in Downtown Phoenix, was broken up by police about an hour after it began. Organizers said they have done similar events at the same property before, without any issues.
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Police released video of the seized drones and said each one could carry up to 200 kilograms of product.
A loss prevention officer said he recognized some of the suspects from other thefts at Lowe’s stores in the area.
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In one text message sent to a victim, the suspect threatened to post naked photos of her on social media if she didn’t undress for him on video chat. Here’s more.
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Last month, members of the white supremacist group Patriot Front were arrested on their way to riot at a Pride in Idaho.
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A person of interest in the Highland Park parade shooting is in custody.
The 12 members of a religious group denied the girl medical treatment for six days, police say.
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Antonio Perez/Chicago Tribune via Getty Lauren Silva, a mother of two from Deerfield, Illinois, set out Monday morning to have a quiet breakfast with her boyfriend in Highland Park. She ended up caring for the toddler of a parade-shooting victim still covered in his father’s blood.Silva, 38, told The Daily Beast she woke up craving banana pancakes at Walker Bros., a breakfast spot on a corner of the day’s July 4 parade route.The former event planner and her boyfriend parked in a nearby garage an
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Authorities on Sunday released the shocking body camera footage from eight police officers shooting a Black man up to 60 times.