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A tech entrepreneur in Texas wasn’t given ample time to drop a rifle he was carrying on his own front porch before he was fatally shot by police last month, his devastated family told NBC News. The caller said the police were on scene and the man fired again, police said. Police identified the officer who fired at Moonesinghe as Daniel Sanchez, who is now on administrative leave. Immediately after telling Mr. Moonesinghe to drop the gun, Officer Sanchez fired his Department approved firearm at Mr. Moonesinghe. … It looks like he’s pointing the rifle at the interior of his home.”The caller then alerts the dispatcher that the man fired the rifle.
An 82-year-old woman in Alabama was arrested this week after failing to pay her delinquent trash bill, authorities said. Code enforcement officers tried to call Menefield several times and attempted to contact her at her home, the statement said. When Menefield failed to appear in court, a warrant for “Failure to Pay-Trash” was issued, the statement said. Menefield has a history of failing to pay her trash bill, according to Reynolds’ statement. Her trash services were suspended three times in the past two years, and there have been more than 22 incidents of suspensions and revocations of trash services since 2006, the statement said.
The women's attorney, L. Chris Stewart, based in Atlanta, said the Americans died from carbon monoxide poisoning caused by a malfunctioning water heater. Investigators believe the trio died from carbon monoxide poisoning, Mexico City prosecutors said. Ben Jared / PGA TOUR via Getty Images fileAccording to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, carbon monoxide poisoning is almost entirely preventable. But carbon monoxide poisoning can be especially dangerous during power outages, when people use alternative sources of fuel or electricity, such as generators. A winter storm in Texas in mid-February 2021 resulted in one of the worst carbon monoxide poisoning incidents in recent history, experts said.
The death of a pilot who fell out of a twin-engine plane in North Carolina in July was an accident, according to his autopsy report. The autopsy said the plane then encountered turbulence and Crooks told the pilot he was not feeling well. Crooks declared an emergency and coordinated with air traffic controllers at Raleigh-Durham International Airport, according to the report. After Crooks fell from the plane, the commanding pilot alerted air traffic controllers and went searching for Crooks, the report says. I think he got that when he was a sophomore,” Crooks told the station.
Two officers involved in the fatal shooting of a Colorado man who called 911 for help after his SUV got stuck this summer have been indicted by a county grand jury and fired from their jobs, officials said. The Clear Creek County Sheriff’s Office said that following Wednesday's indictment, it had terminated the employment of both Buen and Gould. In a June statement, the Clear Creek County Sheriff's Office said deputies had taken a call for a "motorist assist" at around 11:20 p.m. on June 10. Later, with the knife in his hand, Glass appears to turn toward an officer shortly before he is shot. Rathod previously said Glass’ knife injuries were superficial.
He said the school’s student affairs office interviewed Jones’ roommate, who had not seen the suspect with a gun. It wasn’t clear if the school’s internal investigation of Jones possibly having a gun ended with that roommate’s interview. On Tuesday, university officials admitted they learned Jones had been convicted of a misdemeanor for a concealed weapons violation in 2021. Hingeley revealed in court Jones’ previous scrapes with the law. He attempted to purchase a Smith & Wesson M&P15-22, a .22-caliber rifle, but “failed the background check,” the owner said.
Prosecutor James Hingeley from the Albemarle County Commonwealth's Attorney’s Office described facts in the case, noting all five individuals were shot. He said Jones shot victim Devin Chandler while he was sleeping, according to a witness, and he slid onto the floor. The witness reported that Jones was aiming at “certain people” and “not randomly shooting,” Hingeley said. At the time of his arrest in Chesterfield County, Jones had outstanding warrants for hit-and-run and reckless driving out of Petersburg, Virginia, Hingeley said. The University of Virginia canceled its final home football game of the season Wednesday in the wake of the shooting.
The school had been "reviewing a potential hazing issue" when the Office of Student Affairs "heard from a student that Mr. Jones made a comment to him about possessing a gun," the university said in a statement Tuesday. "The reporting party did not see Mr. Jones in possession of a gun," the statement said. As the probe moved forward, it was learned that "Mr. Jones previously had been convicted of a misdemeanor for a concealed weapons violation in 2021," the school said. But officials said they realized only after Sunday’s shooting that the report of his conviction was never relayed to the University Judiciary Committee. Jones had a difficult upbringing at home and was bullied at school, Logan said.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — The University of Virginia community came together in grief Monday night as students, staff members, educators and others struggled to understand the shooting that left three football players dead and the campus heartbroken. Matthew Krinn, 19, a sophomore from Chevy Chase, Maryland, said that although he has grown up aware of campus shootings, he never thought he would be directly affected. At Monday night's vigil, students placed bouquets and candles on the steps of Old Cabell Hall, where some football players openly shed tears for their fallen teammates. He said he’s also rethinking the way he talks about school shootings, noting that he used to joke with his Taiwanese friends, saying he may need a bulletproof vest. is a strong community.
Kevin Conroy, the iconic voice of Batman, died Thursday shortly after being diagnosed with cancer, according to his representatives. Conroy’s deep and raspy voice shot him to stardom as the title character in "Batman: The Animated Series," which ran from 1992 to 1996, according to a statement provided by his spokesperson. He became the quintessential voice of the superhero in almost 60 different productions and video games, including 15 films, highlighted by "Batman: Mask of the Phantasm." He studied at the prestigious Juilliard School in New York City alongside heralded actors like Christopher Reeve and Robin Williams. Conroy also had guest roles on popular TV series such as “Cheers,” “Murphy Brown” and “Matlock.”Conroy is survived by his husband Vaughn C. Williams, sister Trisha Conroy, and brother Tom Conroy.
Hurricane Nicole may have unearthed a Native American burial site dating back hundreds of years on a Florida beach, authorities said. Six skulls and other smaller bones turned up on Chastain Beach on South Hutchinson Island, said Martin County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy John Budensiek. The bones of Native Americans were discovered in the area after Hurricane Sandy in 2012 and Hurricane Dorian in 2019. If the site is a Native American burial site, it is federally protected, and criminal charges will be pursued against anyone who tries to disturb the area, Budensiek said. ET on the east coast of the Florida Peninsula on North Hutchinson Island with sustained winds estimated to be around 75 mph, the National Hurricane Center said.
A New Jersey man who allegedly wrote an antisemitic diatribe and shared it online, prompting a public warning last week from the FBI, was arrested Thursday, federal officials said. Prosecutors said Alkattoul wrote in the document that “I am the attacker" and "I did target a synagogue." The threat prompted the FBI last Thursday to issue a public warning to New Jersey synagogues. “Upon receipt of threat information against an unspecified New Jersey area synagogue, the FBI notified community leaders and our law enforcement partners,” the FBI Newark said in a statement on Friday. Phil Murphy said in a statement Friday that while the specific threat may be mitigated, officials will remain vigilant amid a wave of antisemitism.
The mayor of a small Louisiana town who was running for re-election was killed in a car crash on Election Day, authorities said. A town sign boasts it is the “Catfish Capital of Louisiana.” Melville is about 130 miles northwest of New Orleans. The crash occurred on U.S. Highway 190 near Louisiana Highway 741, police said. Qualifying for the open mayor seat in Melville is open until Monday, and election will be held on Dec. 10, according to the statement. Candidates Sheila Londerno had 182 votes and Caretta Robertson received 171 votes, according to the clerk.
LOS ANGELES — A Louisiana woman has accused Hollywood legend Warren Beatty of coercing her into a sexual relationship when she was a teenager decades ago. Beatty is not identified by name in the suit, which did include a detailed description of the actor. The actor is accused of taking the teen on rides and offering to help with her homework. The relationship between the teen and the actor, who was about 35 at the time, continued and turned sexual, according to the suit. The teen thought she “was involved in a romantic relationship with a movie star," according to the lawsuit.
Jennifer Aniston said in a new interview she has "zero regrets" after going through in vitro fertilization, all while coping with intense media scrutiny about whether she wanted to have children. You just don't think it. Despite everything she went through, Aniston told Allure, "I have zero regrets." During the Allure interview, Aniston also reflected on how her private life was fodder for seemingly endless articles speculating on whether she wanted to have children. Aniston filed for divorce from Hollywood leading man Brad Pitt in 2005 after more than four years of marriage.
The FBI in New Jersey said Thursday it is investigating a “credible” and “broad threat” to synagogues in the state, and the governor said law enforcement are working to protect houses of worship. Officials with the Newark FBI announced the threat in a statement and told the public to stay alert. “The FBI has received credible information of a broad threat to synagogues in NJ. Phil Murphy said in a statement his office has been in contact with the state attorney general’s office, the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness and the FBI. “We are closely monitoring the situation and are working with local law enforcement to ensure that all houses of worship are protected,” Murphy said.
Police in Oregon say they are investigating three credible reports of razor blades that were found inside Halloween candy. The first report of the blades inside a candy bar occurred on Halloween night, Eugene police Capt. “Thinking that was odd, they investigated a little more and opened the candy wrapper and found a razor blade, a small razor blade that was embedded inside the candy bar.”The razor blade, Harrison said, was about an inch and was similar to a blade in a manual pencil sharpener. On Tuesday, police received two other reports of razor blades inside candy, which apparently were also inserted inside the wrapper through a small slit, Harrison said. “We are lucky that nobody was hurt by these razor blades,” he said.
Following dramatic statements from victims and victims' families, a Florida judge is expected to formally sentence Parkland school shooter Nikolas Cruz to life in prison without parole Wednesday for the 2018 campus massacre that killed 14 students and three staff members. Amy Beth Bennett / Pool/South Florida Sun-Sentinel via AP fileProsecutors had sought the death penalty, while the defense had asked for life in prison. The jury’s decision on Oct. 13 shook family members of victims who were visibly distraught by the verdict. On Tuesday, survivors of the shooting and victims’ loved ones had the chance to deliver impact statements before the sentence was formally announced. “Whatever pain you experience in prison will unfortunately be a fraction of what Ben endured,” his father, Eric Wikander, said.
A Queens handyman who fatally stabbed his lover dozens of times and then stuffed her mutilated body in her son’s hockey bag pleaded guilty Wednesday to manslaughter, prosecutors said. David Bonola outside the 112th Precinct in Forest Hills, Queens, on April 21. His sentencing is scheduled for Nov. 16, prosecutors said. “In pleading guilty, the defendant has accepted responsibility and is being held fully accountable for his criminal actions. The bag, containing Gaal’s body, was found at about 8 a.m. on Metropolitan Avenue near Union Turnpike near Forest Park, prosecutors said.
Paul Pelosi, husband of U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi, attends a reception for G7 presidents at the Brandenburg State Parliament. The website, which was registered under "david depape" and to a ZIP code in the Bay Area, according to registration records, did not mention Nancy Pelosi. Both DePape and Paul Pelosi held a hammer moments before a violent confrontation, Scott said. Paul Pelosi underwent successful surgery to repair a skull fracture and serious injuries to his right arm and hands, Drew Hammill, spokesman for Speaker Nancy Pelosi, said in a Friday afternoon statement. U.S. Capitol Police said in a statement that Nancy Pelosi was in Washington, D.C., with her protective detail at the time of the break-in.
The suspect accused of violently attacking House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband early Friday appeared to have far-reaching and at times contradictory political positions, according to an early dive into his background. While a motive for the attack against 82-year-old Paul Pelosi was unclear Friday evening, a picture of the suspect, identified by San Francisco police as 42-year-old David DePape, began to emerge. Both DePape and Paul Pelosi held a hammer moments before a violent confrontation, Scott said. U.S. Capitol Police said in a statement that Nancy Pelosi was in Washington, D.C., with her protective detail at the time of the break-in. The family member said once inside, the suspect was trying to tie up Paul Pelosi and said they would wait “until Nancy got home.” When the suspect wasn’t looking, Paul Pelosi called 911.
Unilever is recalling 19 dry shampoo products because of potentially elevated levels of benzene, a known carcinogen. They include dry shampoos from the brands Dove, Nexxus, Suave, TRESemmé and TIGI, which makes Rockaholic and Bed Head. A complete list of recalled products can be found here. Other aerosol products have been recalled in the past due to the presence of benzene, according to the nonprofit Environmental Working Group. Unilever said it has not received any reports of adverse reactions to the recalled products; rather, they are being recalled out of caution.
The siblings stated that they were starving,” the court records said. The teens were also beaten with extension cords, curtain rods and metal poles, according to court records. Terrell, the court records said, could be charged with continuous violence against the family. The twin boy’s left forearm was fractured from an older injury, court records said. Duncan was convicted in 2019 of cruelty to a juvenile by child desertion in the 19th Judicial District Court of East Baton Rouge Parish in Louisiana, court records said.
A Washington state woman who was allegedly buried alive in the woods this week by her estranged husband managed to escape to safety from the shallow grave, authorities said. They also have video of him pulling into the garage with the van and then speeding out of the neighborhood, the probable cause report said. The woman told police she was driven in the van somewhere and then put on the ground outside. … A heavy tree was put on top of her,” the probable cause document said. She said he had told her he would “rather kill her than give her his retirement money,” the probable cause report said.
The twins were hospitalized and are in the custody of Child Protective Services, according to NBC affiliate KPRC of Houston. PRCMcShan said it took authorities several hours Monday to determine which house the twins had fled. When they arrived, the children’s mother, Zaikiya Duncan, 40, and her boyfriend, 27-year-old Jova Terrell, had apparently left with Duncan’s five other children, McShan said. "The children were found at a relative’s house and have been deemed safe by the Louisiana State Police. Duncan and Terrell were arrested after a traffic stop Tuesday afternoon, Louisiana State Police said Wednesday.
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