The victim's identity was confirmed as Ethan Liming, 17. The body was located in a parking lot at the I Promise School, media outlets reported.
Filipino family attacked at North Hollywood fast food drive-thru seeks extraction order on assailant
The Filipino American family who was threatened and physically attacked by a man at a McDonald’s drive-thru in North Hollywood, California, last month will seek an extraction order on their assailant. Patricia Roque, 19, expressed her frustration at her family’s ongoing case against Nicholas Weber, who faces hate crime charges, as he refused to attend his arraignment for the third time. “It’s very frustrating,” Patricia told migrant rights advocate Xenia Tupas on June 24.
- TCPalm | Treasure Coast Newspapers
Tanner Dashner's dad asks families to 'be able to forgive Tanner and me,' during son's sentencing hearing
In emotional testimony Monday, the father of Tanner Dashner testified his son knew right from wrong and called what happened 'a terrible mistake'
- Kansas City Star
The Oklahoma man was recently sentenced to prison, authorities said.
Employees told police the customer was upset about $2.00 worth of change and chicken sandwiches.
- The Daily Beast
via Facebook/Rudy GiulianiFormer New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani doubled down Monday on his wildly overblown characterization that he was brutally assaulted by a Staten Island grocery store worker over the weekend, despite security footage showing the man only tapped his back.Speaking to about 200 people in a Facebook Live, Giuliani called the viral security footage “deceptive.” He claimed the pat packed so much vigor it nearly knocked him and a friend to the ground, but he was able to stay upright
- WSB Cox articles
Too much mayonnaise on a sandwich led a disgruntled customer to kill a woman and injure another.
- Miami Herald
One person was stabbed in the back, deputies say.
- Biloxi Sun Herald
The 34-year-old pleaded guilty to three counts of felony child abuse. Here’s what happened in court.
- CBS News
Video of Nayera Ashraf's brutal killing by a man whose marriage proposal she rejected went viral. A prominent Islamic leader suggested it was her fault.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Officer Garrett Hull was shot while tracking Timothy Huff and two other men suspected in a string of robberies targeting Hispanic-run businesses in 2018.
- The Newport Daily News
A video that is going viral appears to show a police officer pushing a man — forcing another to fall to the ground — then striking a second man
- IndyStar | The Indianapolis Star
Just because the handgun permit requirement has gone a way doesn't mean July 1 will open the gates to a firearm free-for-all.
- Fox News
Uvalde mother who got out of cuffs to rescue kids from shooting is now being harassed by police, lawyer says
A Uvalde mother who rushed past police to save her children during last month's shooting is now being harassed by law enforcement, her lawyer says.
- The News-Press
The sheriff's office said Shamia Jatoya Tillman entered the Wendy's angry over a drive-through window food order.
- Miami Herald
Miami Midtown resident Nehemiah Harden — who’s had several brushes with law enforcement in recent years and who is popularly known as rapper SpotemGottem — caught the attention of police yet again.
- WSB Cox articles
Both women were serving sentences for theft and were set to be released in 2023.
A Salisbury woman pleaded guilty last week in federal court in Boston to the sexual exploitation of an infant, officials announced Monday. Desiree Daigle, 26, pleaded guilty to sexually exploiting a child in connection with an incident in November 2018, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office. Daigle was identified in online chats exchanging various child pornography files with another individual.
- Star News
Seven months after 44-year-old Carolina Beach boater Joseph Johnson was reported missing, his boat was found on an island in the Mid-Atlantic.
A sixth-grade Asian student has reportedly been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after being assaulted by four male schoolmates in New York City a little more than a week ago. The student, identified only as Emma, is an immigrant currently enrolled at George J. Ryan Junior High School (J.H.S. 216) in Fresh Meadows, Queens. On June 16, four schoolmates allegedly ganged up to harass and attack Emma.
(Reuters) -The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday made it harder for prosecutors to win convictions of doctors accused of running "pill mills" and excessively prescribing opioids and other addictive drugs, by requiring the government to prove that defendants knew their prescriptions had no legitimate medical purpose. The 9-0 ruling, authored by liberal Justice Stephen Breyer, sided with Xiulu Ruan and Shakeel Kahn, who argued that their trials were unfair because jurors were not required to consider whether the two convicted doctors had "good faith" reasons to believe the numerous opioid prescriptions were medically valid.