Derry NH., Police are saying the deaths of a father and son found in a New Hampshire home was a murder-suicide.
Father, Matthew Edmunds, 39 and 6-year-old Preston Connor Edmunds were found dead in a bedroom containing two charcoal grills. The doors and windows to the room were sealed with duct tate, police said.
Officials say the bodies were found in a bedroom that had been sealed with duct tape and a blanket. Two charcoal grills were also in the room, containing burnt charcoal and ash. Police say a note was found hanging from the living room ceiling fan, warning them of “dangerous carbon monoxide levels” and saying they “will find me and my son.” Continue reading
Ahmad Khan Rahimi, the convicted terrorist who planted two pressure-cooker bombs on New York City streets was sentenced Tuesday to multiple life terms in prison.
Rahimi, 29, was convicted in October of planting pressure-cooker bombs in New York and New Jersey on Sept. 17, 2016. — 30 people were injured by shrapnel when the crude device detonated.
The blast in New York City happened hours after a small pipe bomb went off during a Marine Corps 5K run in Seaside Heights, N.J. No one was injured in that explosion because the race had been delayed. A subsequent two-day manhunt ended in a shootout with police in New Jersey, where Rahimi was shot several times. No police were wounded. Continue reading
A 24-year-old Virginia man is dead after being shot while inside the laundromat at Wendell’s Place.
The Orange County Sheriff’s Office has not yet identified the young man who was pronounced dead at the scene. Wendell’s Place Laundromat is located at 34477 Constitution Highway in Locust Grove, VA.
“At approximately 9:21 a.m [Tuesday], the Orange County Emergency Communications Center received a phone call advising that someone had been shot at the Wendall’s Place Laundromat,” a sheriff’s office spokesperson said. “The Orange Sheriff’s Office responded to the laundromat and located a victim of several gunshots inside the laundromat.” Continue reading
A video has emerged purportedly showing the suspects in the carjacking and shooting of an Uber driver in Ft. Bend County late Monday.
Deputies say the Uber driver was robbed before the suspects callously shot him in the back in 7800 block of Soledad in the Mission Bend area.
Three suspects then fled the scene in a black 2014 Dodge Dart. The Dart was caught on video near the crime scene.
According to the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office, the incident happened just before 7 p.m. in the 7800 block of Soledad in the Mission Bend area. Deputies say the driver was robbed and shot before the suspects took off in his vehicle. The victim was transported to a nearby hospital with a gunshot wound to his back. Continue reading
Florida police are investigating a deadly shooting Monday night near the Pinellas Park City Hall that took the life of Caroline Morton-Hicks of St. Petersburg.
TheCount.com has obtained photos of Morton-Hicks. She was 59 years old.
Officers responded to shots fired just before 10:00 p.m. in the 5100 block of 78th Avenue and found the body of a woman in the street. Continue reading
Lee County circuit judge, Jay Rosman, was arrested in Naples on Friday night after trying to employ a prostitute.
Rosman, of the 20th judicial circuit, was arrested in a sting and charged with soliciting prostitution and resisting an officer without violence during an operation conducted by Naples Police.
Police said he contacted an undercover officer over the phone and arranged to meet at a hotel. When they met up, Rosman negotiated to pay $300 for sex. He was arrested along with five other men at a location on 9th Street North.
Rosman’s bond was set at $2,000, which he paid around midnight Saturday.
The men arrested range in age from 29 to 70. Continue reading
An American Medical Response first responder and a patient were killed after an ambulance rolled over on Las Vegas Boulevard at the 215 freeway Tuesday.
Nevada Highway Patrol reported an AMR vehicle involved in a crash at about 12:44 a.m.
According to NHP, an AMR ambulance hydroplaned while transporting a nonambulatory patient to a care facility. The driver lost control, went into the embankment, and rolled over on the Interstate 15 junction to westbound Interstate 215.
The driver was taken to University Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries. The emergency medical technician and the patient were pronounced dead at the scene. Continue reading
Ohio K-9 officer Sam was in the back of fallen Westerville police officer Eric Joering‘s cruiser at the time of the fatal incident. Joering, 30, was fatally shot.
A photo shared by Ohio Going Blue on Facebook shows Sam after the incident looking concerned for his partner.
Sam was K-9 partners with Joering, one of the officers who was fatally shot while responding to a 911 hang-up call on Saturday. Continue reading
A poacher was reportedly killed and eaten by the same pride of lions he was hunting while at a private game reserve in South Africa.
The unnamed poacher was heard “screaming for help,” as he was viciously attacked while hunting at the Ingwelala Private Nature Reserve in Hoedspruit outside Phalaborwa.
But the lions quickly killed their victim and devoured most of his body before being chased off, leaving his head untouched.
Police at first thought the dead man was a tractor driver who worked at the game reserve.
But when he turned up alive, they realised he may have been a poacher. A hunting rifle was found close to what was left of the blood drenched body.
Police in Limpopo have called in the Department of Home Affairs to help them to try to identify the dead man, who was not carrying documents.
Police Lieutenant-Colonel Moatshe Ngoepe said: ‘The process of identifying this body has already commenced and it might be made easier as his head was amongst the remains found at the scene’. Continue reading
The wife of Donald Trump Jr. was taken to a New York City hospital Monday after she opened an envelope containing an unknown white powder.
The letter was addressed to Donald Trump Jr. and sent to the couple’s apartment on East 54th Street in Manhattan.
His wife, Vanessa, opened the letter just after 10 a.m. She and two other people were decontaminated by firefighters at the scene and taken to a nearby hospital for evaluation.
They appear to be fine, officials said.
“The substance was deemed to be non-hazardous and is being transported to a lab in New York City for further analysis,” NYPD spokesman Peter Donald said.