A motive for the murder-suicide is not yet known
A motive for the murder-suicide is not yet known
A woman is claiming that a police officer at Six Flags confronted her over the length of her shorts.
“You should be ashamed with yourselves,” said the woman, who says she has been banned from the park for five years.
According to the New York Post, the child suffered bruising and a minor laceration. “Attacking my child – there’s no justification,” said the child’s father, Martin Fleurant. The 30-year-old suspect, Tyriek Martin, was arrested after the attack and taken to Bellevue Hospital for psychiatric evaluation, per the report.
A young British woman was strangled to death in front of her baby daughter while her husband was tied up in another room in their home in Athens. The horrific killing of 20-year-old Caroline Crouch in front of her 11-month-old daughter is highly unusual in Greece and has shocked the country. A special police task force has been ordered to investigate the murder, with a manhunt currently underway to identify the attackers.
“It was odd this burglar’s mouth was always open when seen on video surveillance,” tweeted LAPD Pacific. Rockim Prowell, 30, is being accused of robbing more than 30 Los Angeles area homes. The authorities were able to connect the suspect to at least two burglaries in Beverly Hills during which flat-screen TVs were stolen.
“My face will never be the same,” the bartender said.
The parents of one of two Americans who were convicted and sentenced to life in prison for the slaying of an Italian police officer have broken their silence for the first time since the verdict. In an exclusive interview with ABC News airing Monday on "Good Morning America," Ethan and Leah Elder said they are concerned about their son's mental health behind bars. "We just want Finn to be able to survive this," Leah Elder said.
A video of an elderly Asian American man calling for help during an apparent assault and robbery by two hooded and masked suspects in San Leandro, Calif. has surfaced online. What happened: An 80-year-old Asian man was allegedly robbed on Saturday after a group of young men attacked him, KRON4 reported. The victim was walking along the 14200 block of Acapulco Road when the suspects jumped him, pushed him to the ground and eventually took his watch.
The surveillance recording shows the suspect punching and kicking the two victims Saturday on 70th Street in Jackson Heights.
Criminal charges have been dropped against a Black government employee who was dragged out of her car during a traffic stop in March. It’s now been determined that a Virginia State Police trooper had no legal merit to detain Juanisha C. Brooks. Virginia State Police Trooper Robert G. Hindenlang pulled Brooks over on March 6 on her drive home on the Capital beltway shortly after 2 a.m., The Washington Post reported.
A Texas man free on bond from a murder charge was returned to custody Monday after neighbors found a pet tiger wandering around a Houston neighborhood. Houston police tweeted Monday night that Victor Hugo Cuevas, 26, was back in custody charged with felony evading arrest. Police had said they believed the tiger had belonged to Cuevas, but his attorney questioned the accuracy of that belief.
The officer involved is allegedly the director of Hong Kong's National Security Department.
In a story straight out of Tiger King, a tiger that was first spotted in a Houston neighborhood is now missing — and its owner has been charged with murder Remember the Tiger King days of the pandemic? Early last year when everyone rallied around the same batshit insane Netflix documentary and agreed on one thing: That 
An inmate in Los Angeles could face assault and hate crime charges after attacking an Asian American custody assistant last week. The incident, which was caught on a security camera, occurred at the Inmate Reception Center (IRC) on May 5 at around 10:45 a.m. What happened: Investigators say detainee Arnulfo Meza, 29, attacked the female employee, 54, because she is Asian, KABC reported.
A Chicago police SWAT team responded to a South Loop commercial building Tuesday morning after reports of several people with guns.
One man is from Shelby and the other from North Myrtle Beach.
As the boys were fighting, the 35-year-old mother reportedly guided her son through the altercation, instructing him to hit the victim in the "balls and gut."
Two California police officers were shot and killed and a third was wounded within 24 hours this week in two separate incidents, authorities said Tuesday. The deaths occurred during National Police Week, an annual event that honors law enforcement officers who were killed or disabled in the line of duty. Jimmy Inn, an officer in the Northern California city of Stockton, was fatally shot Tuesday morning while responding to a domestic violence incident, Stockton Police Chief Eric Jones said in a news conference.
A California man allegedly attacked an Asian American father in April while he was pushing his 1-year-old son in a baby stroller, police said. Sidney Hammond, 26, was arrested for the seemingly unprovoked attack that unfolded at a Mission Bay grocery store on April 30, according to the San Francisco Police Department. "My sense of security has been shattered," the man, who identified only as “Bruce,” told KGO following the attack. The 36-year-old father recalled the moments he was pummeled near the store entrance by Hammond. "I was right on the ground and in that exact second I was trying to shield my head and prevent any worse injuries," he said. "I couldn't protect my child. I was on the floor and he was in a stroller that was slowly rolling away, so it's definitely very scary as a parent." The man didn’t directly specify if he thought the attack was racially motivated. Hammond's assault charges stemming from the incident are not referred to as having had "hate crime enhancement," a spokesperson for the San Francisco Police Department said. "Hammond punched the victim, which caused him to fall to the ground," the city's police department said in a statement sent to Oxygen.com. "Hammond then got on top of the victim and continued to punch him. It was then that officers pulled Hammond off the victim. The attack appeared to be random, and no words were exchanged during the incident." A day earlier, Hammond allegedly attacked a different 61-year-old Asian American man while he was walking in the city’s Tenderloin district, San Francisco police said. That alleged assault occurred around 1 p.m. in the 400 block of O’Farrell Street. The Pleasanton man lost his balance and collapsed. He required medical treatment for visible injuries to his face and head. The 61-year-old also said he had pain around his rib cage. Hammond fled the scene, authorities said. Surveillance footage also confirmed the incident to authorities. “Officers canvassed the area for the suspect, witnesses, and surveillance video,” San Francisco Police said in a statement. “They located video that showed the suspect sprint toward the victim and punch him in the head. After the assault, the suspect fled the scene, walking eastbound on O’Farrell Street.” Hammond was arrested following the Mission Bay attack. On May 6, while in custody, he was booked on additional aggravated assault with force charges related to the April 29 incident. On March 28, Hammond is alleged to have threatened and attacked a clerk at the same grocery store, according to law enforcement. It’s unclear if any of the attacks are actively being investigated as possible hate crimes. Investigation into the cases is ongoing, authorities said last week. They declined to comment further on the case on Monday. Hammond is also facing additional assault charges, robbery, and child endangerment charges, according to online jail records obtained by Oxygen.com. He remains in custody at a San Francisco county jail. He has a preliminary hearing scheduled for May 27, according to People. @SFPD @SFPDTenderloin investigating stabbing at 4th&Stockton Streets. 2 adult Asian females stabbed, suspect fled scene. Investigators gathering details leading up to the assault. Anyone with information call SFPD Tip Line at 1-415-575-4444 or Text a Tip to TIP411 begin with SFPD— Officer Rueca (@OfficerRueca) May 5, 2021 Hate crimes targeting Asian residents have risen in a number of cities around the U.S. in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. On May 4, two Asian women were stabbed at a San Francisco bus stop. One victim was 84 years old, authorities said. Patrick Thompson, 54, was later taken into police custody on two counts of attempted murder in connection with the knife attack. Police are investigating whether the attack was a possible hate crime. The frequency of such incidents has alarmed nearby residents and business owners. "The city needs to demonstrate that we are safe and clean and fun to be in again,” Vas Kirinis, director of the Fillmore Merchants Association. “Safety is of the utmost importance for us running out businesses so we really need to address this." Anybody with information related to these incidents is urged to contact the San Francisco Police Department’s 24-hour tip line at 1-415-575-4444.
The couple are expected to face several charges.