Smith Wesson

18 Jul 19
College Hoops Connection

Last season, the Big Ten title was shared between Purdue and Michigan St. Looking at this coming season, the Spartans look like the team to beat in the Big Ten with one of the best, if not the best players in the country, Cassius Winston returning to school. What do the power rankings look like? […]

18 Jul 19
MSU Bioethics

Comments open through August 1 This post is a part of our Bioethics in the News series By Karen Kelly-Blake, PhD “We overworked, underpaid, and we underprivileged They love us, they love us (Why?) Because we feed the village” – Killer Mike of Run the Jewels “Lie, Cheat, Steal,” Run the Jewels 2 (2014) In the United […]

18 Jul 19
Arcynewsy

The police reported to the federal authorities the theft of dozens of firearms and ammunition at the police headquarters in Guayama on Wednesday afternoon, as well as alleged threats to the governor, Ricardo Rosselló Nevares. The Commissioner of the Police Office, Henry Escalera Rivera, stated in written statements that the investigators carry out a detailed […]

18 Jul 19
WPMT FOX43

FRANKLIN COUNTY, Pa.– A purse and handgun were stolen out of a victim’s vehicle in Chambersburg. On July 17 sometime between 5:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., suspect(s) broke into a victim’s vehicle that was parked in the 1600 block of Orchard Drive. A purse and Smith and Wesson M&P 9mm handgun, similar to those pictured […]

18 Jul 19
Project Upland

A look into the famous American classic, the “Old Reliable” Parker Shotguns. Roughly halfway between the coastal town of New Haven, Conn., and the capital of Hartford lies the city of Meridian, the one-time home to the illustrious, fabled and renowned Parker Brothers Manufacturing Company. The state of Connecticut has a storied history of firearms […]

18 Jul 19
News Directory

A Democratic candidate seeking elections to the Mississippi House of Representatives, who had spent divorce papers, went into the medical clinic where his estranged wife worked as a receptionist on Tuesday and spent her death before turning the gun on her own. , officials said. Marshall County Sheriff, Kenny Dickerson, said the shooting took place […]

18 Jul 19
CBS Denver
LOVELAND, Colo. (CBS4) – A weekend trip to the zoo turned into a near-death experience for a Loveland couple who came face to face with the barrel of a gun. “Once we see the gun, I just … there’s just no questions. I just put my foot to the floor and just tried to get away. Then you hear the gunshot go off.” It was Sunday just after 9 a.m. when the couple, who didn’t want to be identified, were headed from Loveland to the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo. It’s a drive they take regularly along East Eisenhower Boulevard from Loveland, but last Sunday the unthinkable happened. (credit: CBS) What they interpreted as an average case of frustrated driving was an extreme case of road rage. They were confronted by an erratic driver who pointed a gun at them and fired. “He was flipping us off and cussing at us and then we exchanged words back to him and then he pointed the gun at us.” The female victim was sitting in the passenger seat and her boyfriend was driving when he said the driver, weaving in and out of traffic, cut in front of them from a turn lane near Walmart. “He just slams on his breaks and we about went through him,” he said. The couple initially chalked it up to the woes of weekend traffic and at one point, saw him waving his hand out the window. They thought he was trying to apologize. “Maybe he’s waving us on apologizing, didn’t see us…” As the couple got closer, they realized he was flipping them off and swearing. They said they exchanged words with him thinking, that was the end of it. The young woman was sitting in the passenger seat when the suspect aimed the gun at her and fired. She credits her quick thinking boyfriend for saving her life. “Then he saw the gun, he sped up. Otherwise I would’ve been done.” Police know the suspect was carrying a stolen 9MM Smith and Wesson. The single round he fired just missed the passenger side door. “A bullet hole in our truck about 2 feet away from where I was sitting. I just started crying. I couldn’t believe it,” she said. They say the man was a younger Hispanic man, in his 20s or early 30s, about six feet tall and around 280 pounds. He had little to no hair on his head. Loveland police say the vehicle he was driving was a stolen 2017, grey Honda CRV. Officers also believe the suspect was involved the theft of a pistol from an unlocked vehicle and the subsequent motor vehicle theft that occurred earlier in the day. Loveland police is the primary investigating agency but the Northern Colorado Shootings Task Force, which was created in 2018 after a series of random shootings, says it will likely take a look at the case.
18 Jul 19
Black America Web

Carl Robinson was 43 and his wife Latoya Thompson was only 34.

18 Jul 19
Global News

A search warrant for pet food, reported stolen to Delta police in April, stemmed from two previous search warrants in June.

17 Jul 19
Saskatoon StarPhoenix

An RCMP constable is scheduled to return to Saskatoon court next month on one charge related to the theft last summer of a firearm and ammunition from inside an unmarked police vehicle. Cst. Shannon Drall appeared Wednesday in Saskatoon provincial court, charged with unsafe storage of a restricted firearm. Drall is set to appear again […]

17 Jul 19
News One

Carl Robinson was 43 and his wife Latoya Thompson was only 34.

17 Jul 19
Praise 100.9

Carl Robinson was 43 and his wife Latoya Thompson was only 34.

17 Jul 19
105.3 RnB

Carl Robinson was 43 and his wife Latoya Thompson was only 34.

17 Jul 19
101.1 The Wiz

Carl Robinson was 43 and his wife Latoya Thompson was only 34.