The Greenville County coroner says, Antron Crawford, 37, was shot dead while at his vehicle outside a residence.
Deputies are investigating after Crawford was found shot in the chest outside his home in Greenville, SC. He later passed away.
Officials with the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that a shooting occurred on Bethuel Church Road Wednesday night. The call came in at 11:35 p.m. Deputies said a witness on scene reported seeing three suspects. A K9 unit responded to assist with the search, but was unable to track the suspects. Deputies said the investigation revealed that when the victim arrived at his home, he was ambushed by three masked individuals and was then shot at least once. Continue reading
Samuel Newcomb has been identified as the South Carolina man who died while operating a motorcycle on Highway 544 and Big Block Road. The Highway Patrol is investigating the accident. He was 21.
According to his Facebook page, Newcomb had recently enlisted in the Army and was working as an engineer. Also according to Facebook, he worked at Bess landscaping and lawn maintenance.
Horry County Fire Rescue reported this to be a fatal accident involving a motorcycle. Horry County Coroner Michelle McSpadden identified the victim as Newcomb, of Murrells Inlet. Continue reading
Peter Zetrenne has been named as the man killed in Montgomery after being stabbed by a woman, police say. He was 38.
Harriet Holloway, 32, was arrested and charged with murder in connection to the Saturday morning stabbing in Montgomery.
According to Sgt. David Hicks, Zetrenne was found with a life-threatening stab wound in the 900 block of West South Boulevard around 11:35 a.m. by MPD and Fire Medics. Holloway was taken into custody on the scene. Continue reading
Travion Jones was shot dead outside SandTrap Lounge & Restaurant, police say. South Georgia authorities are on the lookout for Dominique Davis, the suspect in the fatal Albany nightclub shooting.
A murder warrant was issued for Davis. He is still at large.
The shooting occurred outside the popular night spot shortly after last call, 2 a.m. Sunday.
APD detectives believe an altercation began inside the club between the victim and the suspect then spilled over into the parking lot where the shooting took place. Continue reading
Tim Tebow delivered perhaps the best moment of his budding television career Saturday morning when he unleashed a motivational speech that sounded like it could’ve come straight out of an NFL locker room.
But then Sports Illustrated decided to reveal its true colors and mock Tebow’s speech, publishing an article titled, “Let’s Talk About This Wild Tim Tebow Pump-Up Speech.” On Facebook, the article was caption, “This was…odd.”
The ESPN video below is captioned, “We interrupt your regularly scheduled programming to deliver you a Tim Tebow motivational speech.”
The family of Armando Frank, the man shot and killed by police after being tased in the parking lot of a Walmart in Marksville, is speaking out on social media.
Christina Augustine Todd took to Facebook to say her cousin Frank was “harmless,” and his death “a shock to our whole family.” Another Facebook user bearing the same last name as Frank provided video of the incident, (below,) commenting, “Please make this go viral. Another killing by policemen in Marksville Louisiana. Ptsd veteran!”
According to Avoyelles Parish Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Steve Martel, deputies saw the man, identified as Armando Frank, 42, who they say was wanted on several warrants, sitting on a tractor outside the store. Deputies report when they tried to arrest Frank, he began to resist and was tasered. He was reportedly tasered a second time before deputies were able to get him on the ground. Frank’s breathing then reportedly became shallow, so they called for medical assistance. Martel says Frank died at a local hospital. Continue reading
Ernest Burke Jr., of Denver, Colorado, has been named by police as the Colorado man involved in a fatal Des Moines, Iowa, car crash on Thursday. He was 74.
Burke Jr. was killed when his vehicle was struck by a pickup truck driven by David Wright, 47, of Des Moines.
Witnesses and evidence at the scene indicate Wright failed to stop at a red light at the intersection of Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway and Clark Street when he struck Burke’s Chevy sedan broadside as Burke entered the intersection on a green light. Continue reading
A Tennessee State University student Tierni Williams was arrested for filling her roommate’s water bottle with toilet water. The woman consumed the gray liquid and later became ill.
Williams was charged with adulteration of food or liquid as well as causing bodily harm.
Her unidentified roommate had diarrhea, lost her appetite and was losing weight on Oct. 5 when she discovered a Snapchat video recorded in their room, an arrest report cited by local media claims. Williams is allegedly filmed taking water out of the toilet bowl with a Styrofoam cup, according to reports. The student then took the “nasty” water to the roommates section of the dorm, laughing and cursing. She is heard saying the roommate is “gonna get sick from this,” Fox affiliate WZTV reported. Continue reading
Authorities said they have recovered the body Timothy Morrison, the worker who had been missing since a Sunday evening explosion on an oil platform in Lake Pontchartrain.
Jefferson Parish Sheriff said Morrison, 44, was found around 1 p.m. Friday on the shoreline near the St. Charles Parish line, about 3 miles west of the platform.
Morrison was one of eight men who were cleaning the Clovelly Oil Co. platform about a mile from the Kenner shoreline when the explosion occurred. The cause of the accident has not been determined. The other seven men were able to make it to a crew boat and return to shore. Continue reading
Natasha De Alencar had just returned home on April 12 after making T-shirts and pillowcases in her husband’s memory when the Army casualty assistance officer told her there was someone on the phone for her. It was President Trump.
Days before, two Army men told her that her husband, Army Staff Sgt. Mark R. De Alencar, had been killed in Afghanistan on April 8. source