Erik Matthew Miller has been named as a suspect in a string of simultaneous arson fires late Tuesday night in Goshen, Indiana.
Emergency crews responded to three different fires that occured at the following locations and times:
300 block of N. 9th at 11:40 PM
400 block of East St. at 11:56 PM
200 block of W. Wilden at 12:02 AM
These locations are within a two-mile range of each other and occurred within about half an hour.
Two of the fires were at vacant homes, and the other fire was an abandoned boat near a home.
No injuries have been reported.
Goshen police say that Miller is a person of interest after he was found hiding in a garage in the 209 W. Oakridge Avenue. He allegedly tried to barricade himself into the room, but police were able to take him into custody. Continue reading
From the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office:
“At 1533 on Saturday, February 10, 2018, Paintsville 911 received a call concerning a shooting at McKenzie Branch. Upon receiving the call, 911 dispatch contacted Sheriff Price. Sheriff Price responded to the call. Upon arrival at the residence in McKenzie Branch, Sheriff Price met with Deputies Fairchild and Mullins.
It was discovered that two people had been shot and were deceased in the kitchen. Sheriff Price then notified KSP and requested a detective on scene. The suspect was not there, and a search needed to be coordinated. According to a witness the perpetrator left the scene in a black Toyota Camry. Sheriff Price put a BOLO out on the Camry.
Sheriff Price, Johnson County Deputies along with Paintsville PD and the Kentucky State Police began a coordinated search of possible locations. Other counties were also advised to be on alert. The suspect was to be considered armed and dangerous. While canvassing the area, 911 received a tip that the subject’s vehicle was on Mill Street in Paintsville. All agencies responded and located the vehicle. Sheriff Price led a search of the apartment complex. An apartment was located that had the bodies of two additional victims and the preparator, Joseph Nickell. Continue reading
The following is a booking photo of Ashley Michelle Mathews, the woman killed in an Interstate 80 crash in south-central Wyoming on Sunday. The family has not yet confirmed this is the same Mathews, however, an investigation conducted by TheCount.com has concluded it is likely the same female.
Mathews, 26, was killed after Chad Henderson, 50, of Layton, Utah, smashed into a pickup truck on the shoulder of Interstate 80 in south-central Wyoming. He has since been charged Wednesday with aggravated homicide by vehicle and aggravated assault and battery. He did not enter a plea.
Prosecutors say Mathews died the next day of injuries suffered in the crash while 30-year-old Christopher Albert Burton (pictured below,) of Greenville, South Carolina, suffered a fractured vertebra. Continue reading
It’s the age old question..
Chief medical officer, SMC Biotechnology.
“Proudest accomplishment: Personally, it was giving birth at 44 years of age to our son. Professionally, it was leading the team that got my first biotechnology product, Natrecor, approved by the FDA.” Continue reading
This is Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, the man who mowed down crowds of innocent people after a fireworks show In the affluent city of Nice.
The photo appeared on an ID card bearing Bouhlel’s name. The terrorist killed at least 84 people celebrating Bastille Day in France.
Police found documents belonging to Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, a 31-year-old French man of Tunisian descent, in the truck which ploughed through crowds in Nice.
Anti-terror officers then raided his home and arrested his ex-wife is in connection with the terror attack.
Bouhlel was known to officers for common law crimes such as theft and violence but reportedly had no known connections with extremists. H/t mirror
New Lakers guard and former Dallas Mavericks star, Wayne Ellington has lost his father after he was murdered in Philadelphia.
The rest of the Los Angeles team is rallying around him in his time of grief.
Ellington’s father was killed Sunday night. The Lakers say they’ve given Wayne an indefinite leave of absence while he copes with the tragedy. Continue reading
The snapback cap! The dockers t-shirt! The cut off shorts! And That cordless phone! Brett Favre’s throwback Thursday snap has the 90s written all over it!
The ‘Mola Mola’ fish, aka the ‘Ocean Sunfish’, is a said to be a new fish to California waters this Summer.
Photographer Daniel Botelho has caused a buzz on the net today, after he posted a photo that he took with a Mola Mola 2 years ago. Botelho’s photo is the first time we’ve ever seen this interesting fish…