Police Officer Arrested

24 Jul 19
FOX2now.com

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24 Jul 19
Global News

In addition to finding the childrens’ bodies, it was Sûreté du Québec officer Patrick Bigras who arrested Guy Turcotte at the scene, after finding him hiding under a bed.

23 Jul 19
FOX 61

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23 Jul 19
rebelbreeze

Published by kind permission of Dublin Anti-Internment Committee from their Facebook page End Internment INTERNATIONAL FLAVOUR ON IRISH ANTI-INTERNMENT PICKET Clive Sulish The Dublin Anti-Internment Committee was out again on Saturday 13 July (the day before Bastille Day, which marks the French Revolution, the taking of the Bastille prison in Paris in 1789 and the […]

23 Jul 19
CrimeBlogger1983

UnFound Episode: Tammy Lynn Leppert  October 12, 2016 I would first like to state that I have tried contacting Suzanne (Her sister) twice on two separate occasions and I have not heard back from her. I respect that she did not wish to speak with me. From what I have read there has been a […]

23 Jul 19
News Archives Uk

The celebration of the Lifetime Service will take place on Sunday, July 28, at 10:00 am at the Kent Meridian High School gym for Paul Ervin Johnson, 22, shot dead on July 14 at the Seattle Center. Johnson, a graduate of Kent Meridian from 2015, was shot dead on a Sunday morning just before 2am […]

23 Jul 19
CBS Chicago
ELGIN, Ill. (CBS) — Police in Elgin said a motorcycle crash that left a man dead last month started with a street race in which speeds accelerated between 88 and 114 mph. The surviving motorcyclist has been arrested and charged. At 5:52 a.m. June 11, Piotr Klimczak, 49, of Palatine, was headed south on Route 31 (State Street) in Elgin when he crossed the center line and collided with a northbound 2005 Honda sport-utility vehicle near Wing Street, Elgin police said. Klimczak was critically injured and was taken to AMITA Health St. Joseph Hospital Elgin, where he was pronounced dead, police said. Following an investigation by Elgin and West Dundee police, officers determined that Klimczak had been street racing against Matthew Kasper, 26, of Algonquin, who was also on a motorcycle, police said. Kasper left the scene when first responders arrived at the crash site, police said. Matthew Kasper, 26, is charged in connection with a motorcycle race and crash that left Piotr Klimczak, 49, dead in Elgin. (Credit: Elgin Police) Kasper was arrested on Tuesday, police said. The Kane County State’s Attorney’s office approved charges of one count each of reckless homicide, aggravated street racing, and leaving the scene of a motorcycle accident involving death – all felonies, police said. Kasper was also charged with misdemeanor speeding of 35 mph or more over the speed limit, police said. Bond for Kasper was set at $50,000 Tuesday. “We remind everyone that speeding is dangerous,” Elgin police Chief Ana Lalley said in a news release. “Already in 2019 there have been seven traffic crash fatalities in Elgin, some of which include speed as a factor. We want you, and those you share the road with, to arrive at destinations safely.”
23 Jul 19
BorderReport
EDINBURG, Texas — U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers in South Texas report a series of recent arrests of sex offenders and migrants who they say are affiliated with the notorious Mara Salvatrucha gang, otherwise known as MS-13. CBP officers working near Roma, Texas, on Thursday arrested a Salvadoran national who admitted to being a MS-13 gang member, according to a CBP news release sent Monday. President Donald Trump, shown on Tuesday, July 23, 2019, in Washington, D.C., has made eradicating the MS-13 gang a priority of his administration. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon) President Donald Trump has made a priority of his administration to rid MS-13 gang members from the United States. He has repeatedly called on law enforcement to arrest members of this transnational criminal street gang, which operates in the United States and is tied to killings, drug trafficking and human trafficking. According to the CBP news release, officers on Thursday working near Roma also arrested a Salvadoran man who entered illegally, and “during processing, record checks revealed a previous arrest by the Baltimore County, Maryland Police Department and charged with a third–degree sex offense of a minor.” The presiding judge sentenced him to three years confinement and suspended his sentence. And on Sunday, agents working near Robstown, Texas, arrested a Mexican national whose record checks revealed a prior arrest in De Kalb, Illinois, “for sexual assault and battery with a child under the age of five.” The man received a sentence of 180 days confinement with 48 months’ probation, according to the news release. The agency urges the public “to take a stand against crime in their communities and to help save lives by reporting suspicious activity” by calling 1-800-863-9382.
23 Jul 19
WJTV
BROOKHAVEN, Miss. (WJTV)- Three suspects are in custody after a woman was shot and killed in her Brookhaven home during a burglary over the weekend.  The 4th and last suspect to be caught Tuesday, is Justin Anderson, who didn’t have much to say while being escorted in an orange jumpsuit, to the Brookhaven Police Dept., by officers. Anderson is said to have turned himself in to Adams County for his involvement in the shooting death of 20-year-old Zaria Newton.  Police say the suspects were trying to burglarize Newton’s home when she and her boyfriend walked in.  Adams Co. Sheriff Travis Patten said “around 10:30 p.m. last night [Monday], we received a call from his attorney saying they would like to arrange him being taken into custody, as long as we did not harm him, and that we be the ones to transport him over here.”  The third suspect to be located by police was Shawan Allen, who died Tuesday when he was shot and killed by police after he shot a deputy in Copiah County. The deputy was wearing a bullet-proof vest and is going to be okay. Suspect Jatavious Berry turned himself in Sunday night and Adrian Smith was arrested at the Jackson Airport Monday.  The three supects are being held in the Lincoln County jail awaiting trial. 
23 Jul 19
FOX2now.com

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23 Jul 19
WNCT
KINSTON, N.C. (WNCT) Police have identified a gunman who was arrested after a foot pursuit in Kinston on Tuesday, police said. Shortly after 5 p.m. on Tuesday, the Kinston Police Department responded to a call of a man with a gun on the 4900 block of West Vernon Avenue. Once the man was located, a struggle ensued with the responding officer, police said. Police said that after a foot pursuit and subsequent search of the area, the man was located along a nearby wood line and taken into custody without further incident. Articles of clothing and a firearm were located along the suspect’s path. The suspect was identified as Imani J. Clayton, 23, of Rocky Mount. Clayton will face the following charges: Possession of a firearm with altered serial numberFelony carrying concealed gunResting/delaying/obstruction of a public official This incident lasted one hour and was conducted with the assistance of the Lenoir County Sheriff’s Office and the North Carolina State Highway Patrol. Stay with WNCT for more updates.
23 Jul 19
Gone in the Fog

One of those young men I mentioned in the last blog post seemed to catch the attention of the Highland Heights Police in 1971, but no one now is quite sure how the police came to focus on him as a suspect during the investigation. It might be that they looked at individuals living on […]

23 Jul 19
WTKR.com

An investigation revealed that the shooting was the result of a PlayStation 4 sale gone bad. 

23 Jul 19
Montreal Gazette

Montreal police officers smashed in Ashton Boodoo’s car window and pepper-sprayed him in the face. He’s now suing for roughly $93,000

23 Jul 19
Times-Herald
A Vallejo woman was arrested on suspicion of involuntary vehicular manslaughter and running a red light in connection with a fatal crash in San Francisco on Sunday, reports from the Associated Press, ABC7 and others say. The crash, which killed one man and injured his wife, happened near the intersection of Taylor and O’Farrell streets. The driver of the rented Tesla, 21-year-old Kelsey Mariah Cambridge of Vallejo, was arrested Sunday, according to reports, which say that Cambridge had rented the Telsa from peer-to-peer rental service Getaround over the weekend. Cambridge was driving north on Taylor St. just after 2 p.m. Sunday when the crash occurred. Reports and a video reportedly from a dashcam shows that after running the light, the Tesla, which was found to have been going about 45 mph, was broadsided by a Mini Cooper and then struck the couple — Benjamin Dean, 39, and his wife Kelly, who were in San Francisco from the Central Valley city of Clovis celebrating their third wedding anniversary. They were rushed to a hospital where he later died, reports say. This is the area’s 13th pedestrian vs. vehicle fatality this year, according to reports. Reports say neither of the drivers involved in the collision sustained injuries, and San Francisco police said that drugs and alcohol do not appear to have played a role in the incident. Both of the drivers remained at the scene and cooperated with the SFPD, according to reports. Officers were investigating whether the Tesla was operating on self-driving mode, police reportedly said in a statement. A Getaround spokeswoman said the company is cooperating with authorities and couldn’t comment further “out of respect for the families involved and the investigation underway,” according to reports.