Hermela Aregawi reports on the arrest of 29-year-old Joshua Wells, from Long Beach, who police say was on the run in near a family member's home in Iowa after allegedly gunning down a husband and wife after a parking having a reported parking dispute with them.
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- Associated Press
A woman was raped by a stranger on a commuter train in suburban Philadelphia in the presence of other riders who a police official said “should have done something." Superintendent Timothy Bernhardt of the Upper Darby Police Department said officers were called to the 69th Street terminal around 10 p.m. Wednesday after the assault on the westbound train on the Market-Frankford Line. An employee of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority who was in the vicinity as the train went past called police to report that “something wasn't right" with a woman aboard the train, Bernhardt said.
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast / Photos Courtesy of Connie Chavis/ Cecil ArdWhen Connie Chavis and her 5-year-old daughter picked out clothes for kindergarten on a cold January morning back in 1998, they took great care to choose bright colors: lots of green, splashes of pink.The outfit was as peppy and upbeat as little Brittany Locklear herself.Neither of them could have guessed, as the kindergartener pulled on each leg of her green overalls, that within a few short hours those same over
A New York Police Department (NYPD) officer caught in a deadly love triangle has been charged with murder after allegedly killing her ex-girlfriend’s new lover on Wednesday. What happened: Yvonne Wu, 31, who works at the 72nd Precinct in Sunset Park, allegedly broke into the Bensonhurst home of her ex-girlfriend, Jenny Li, before shooting her and her new lover, Jamie Liang. Li, 23, reportedly arrived home with Liang, 24, around 5 p.m. Wu, who was off-duty at the time, allegedly broke into the residence at 19th Avenue and 79th Street through an unlocked back door.
A black woman was missing for 12 days before she was found dead inside a parked police van in Alabama
Police said Christina Nance climbed into the van parked at police headquarters on September 25 and believe no foul play was involved in her death.
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by Elizabeth Brockway/The Daily Beast/GettyIvy LaChapelle was hardly surprised when her 28-year-old son, Roger Feltis, moved from mainland Maine to Vinalhaven, a sparsely populated island of spruce-covered coves and hardened fishermen, accessible only by ferry.“He loved the water,” she said. “He had a car accident years ago and was in a coma for a while. He was not even out of the hospital for four months and he was back out digging clams and being a sternman. That’s just what
- NBC News
Stefan Bieret, 41, was charged with 10 counts of possession of child pornography, all felonies.
- WMUR - Manchester
A major police investigation was underway Friday afternoon in Merrimack.
A Vietnamese woman will file a lawsuit against the Vietnamese government after she was physically forced by authorities to take a COVID-19 test. What happened: On Sept. 28 in the city of Thuan An, police broke into the woman’s house and forced her to take a COVID-19 test, reported Radio Free Asia. Authorities cut the lock on the door of Hoang Thi Phuong Lan’s apartment and dragged her to a testing site outside of the building.
- WBAL - Baltimore Videos
A man was shot and killed at a bowling alley in Timonium on Friday night according to Baltimore County police. Just after 11 p.m., officers responded to Bowlero in the 2100 block of York Road and discovered 48-year-old Anthony Cooper suffering from at least one gunshot wound to the upper body. Cooper was pronounced dead at the scene.
- Kansas City Star
The victims included a 40-year-old man ambushed at a Happy Foods grocery store, and a mother slain at her home.
- CBS News
Deputy Kareem Atkins, 30, had just returned from maternity leave when he was killed.
- Charlotte Observer
Police said an altercation in a popular NASCAR-themed bar near the speedway led to the shooting outside.
- The New York Times
SEOUL, South Korea — The soldiers were driving back to the South Korean air force base after dinner and drinks on March 2. In the back seat, Master Sgt. Lee Ye-ram could be heard repeatedly begging her male colleague, Master Sgt. Chang Dong-hoon, to stop sexually assaulting her. “Can you please stop it,” she said, according to the conversation recorded by the car’s dashboard camera. What came after was the latest example of South Korea’s persistent struggle to rid its military of sex crimes,
- WEWS-Cleveland Videos
Shooting near West Side Market leaves man dead
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
The radio voices of the Cowboys and Rangers are enraged over a Southlake Carroll ISD administrator’s suggestion that “opposing” views of Holocaust should be taught.
- KOAT - Albuquerque Videos
Caught on camera - out of state murder, attempted murder suspects busted in NM
- KTNV - Las Vegas Scripps
A Southern Nevada man faces arson charges after police say he burned down his own house and then set two other homes on fire.
- Business Insider
Former police chief charged in Capitol riot requests to defend himself in order to expose 'corruption' of FBI investigation into attack
Prosecutors say he has ties to the far-right extremist group Three Percenters. The judge said those who represent themselves have "a fool for a client."
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast / Photos via TwitterThe audience at a meeting last month of the Ankeny, Iowa, school board exploded over the prospect of the board reinstating a mask mandate, with parents shouting at board members who supported the mask rule.“We know where you live!” one parent yelled at the school board members. “We’re going to stalk you!”The scene, which ended with the board voting to reimpose the mask rule, looked like so many other school board meetings across the count
- Washington Examiner
A judge denied a request to dismiss Empire actor Jussie Smollett's criminal case after he allegedly lied to police officers over being a victim of a hate crime in January 2019.