Crime

Boy, 13, arrested in fatal stabbing of NY college student, 18

Friday, December 13, 2019 Photo: Instagram.com Police in New York have arrested a 13-year-old boy in connection with the brutal stabbing of 18-year-old Barnard College freshman Tessa Majors. Majors was fatally stabbed as she made her way through Morning side Park in Manhattan’s Upper West Side near her campus around 7 p.m. Wednesday. Police say …

Boy, 13, arrested in fatal stabbing of NY college student, 18

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History of the ’90s podcast: Richard Jewell and the 1996 Olympic Park bombing – National

By Global News Posted December 11, 2019 6:00 am Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ In July 1996, a backpack bomb rocked the Summer Olympics in Atlanta, killing one and injuring over 100 others. The bomb had been left under a bench in the middle of Centennial …

History of the ’90s podcast: Richard Jewell and the 1996 Olympic Park bombing – National

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Influencer’s Bizarre Plot to Steal Domain Name Results in Hefty Jail Term

A social media influencer who resorted to extreme measures in a bid to secure a domain name was this week given a 14-year jail term for his efforts. The offender, Rossi Lorathio Adams II, 27, from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, ran a social media company called State Snaps that he founded while a student at Iowa …

Influencer’s Bizarre Plot to Steal Domain Name Results in Hefty Jail Term

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Mattress thieves: why light-fingered hotel guests are now a very big problem | UK news

Name: Mattress theft. Age: Young. This is recent. Really? Haven’t burglars always looked under the mattress when on a job? Loads of people treat under the mattress like a savings account. This isn’t about stealing what’s under the mattress, it’s about taking the actual mattress. Sounds awkward! Where are these mattresses being stolen from? Hotels. …

Mattress thieves: why light-fingered hotel guests are now a very big problem | UK news

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FBI identify jewelry store robbers who hijacked UPS truck in Miami

The FBI identified the two armed thieves who robbed a Miami jewelry store and took a UPS truck on a high-speed police chase that ended with 4 people dead, including the robbers. The FBI identified the thieves as Lamar Alexander, 41, left, and Ronnie Jerome Hill, 41, of Miami-Dade County. Coral Gables police chief Edward …

FBI identify jewelry store robbers who hijacked UPS truck in Miami

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UPDATE: Jewelry Store Robbery Ends in Police Chase of Stolen UPS Truck, UPS Driver, 4 Dead Including UPS Driver, Motorist

Thursday, December 5, 2019 Screen grab: YouTube.com A jewelry store robbery in South Florida ended in a wild shootout after a police chase in a stolen UPS truck. A UPS driver and a motorist were killed in the shootout, police say. The incident began at 4:17 p.m. Thursday with a silent burglary alarm at Regent …

UPDATE: Jewelry Store Robbery Ends in Police Chase of Stolen UPS Truck, UPS Driver, 4 Dead Including UPS Driver, Motorist

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Jewelry Store Robbery Ends in Police Chase of Stolen UPS Truck, ‘Multiple Fatalities’

Thursday, December 5, 2019 Screengrab: YouTube.com A jewelry store robbery in South Florida ended in a wild shootout after a police chase in a stolen UPS truck. Police say there are multiple fatalities. The UPS driver who was taken hostage was shot during the shootout. The incident began on Thursday just after 4 p.m. as …

Jewelry Store Robbery Ends in Police Chase of Stolen UPS Truck, ‘Multiple Fatalities’

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Atlanta Child Murders Suspect Wayne Williams Denied Parole Again

Photo: Bettmann Archive/Getty Images Wayne Bertram Williams, the man convicted of killing two of 28 young Black males in the infamous Atlanta Child Murders, was denied parole by the Georgia Board of Pardons and Parole on Monday, Dec. 2. Williams, 61, was sentenced to two life terms in prison with the possibility of parole in …

Atlanta Child Murders Suspect Wayne Williams Denied Parole Again

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RCMP Apologizes After Streaming Press Conference on Double Slaying With Cat Filter Activated

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police in British Columbia have apologized after livestreaming a press conference on the murder of an American woman and an Australian man on Facebook Live with an augmented reality “cat filter” turned on, per the Daily Beast. According to BuzzFeed News, Sergeant Janelle Shoihet said during the conference on Friday that …

RCMP Apologizes After Streaming Press Conference on Double Slaying With Cat Filter Activated

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