Four people have reportedly died and at least 40 more were injured Saturday when a bus carrying football team members from Ramah Juco Academy in Rock Hill, S.C., crashed into an overpass on Interstate 74 near Rockingham.
The team was traveling to play a game against the University of God’s Chosen Disciples when the accident occurred.
Images from the scene showed the side wall of the bus had been almost sheared off, and injured people were lying on the ground. Continue reading
Robert and Sharon Gordon, the father and stepmother of former Indycar and NASCAR driver, Robby Gordon, were found dead in their home in Orange, Calif., after what detectives believe was a murder-suicide.
Coroners have identified the victims as Robert Gordon, 68, and his wife Sharon, 57.
Police, who were called to the house in Orange at 5pm yesterday, have recovered a weapon, and say the investigation is continuing. Continue reading
New surveillance video from The Standard shows a suspect wanted in connection with a weekend shooting at posh Downtown Los Angeles hotel.
The shooting left one person dead and three others wounded.
Police first received a call about a fight at the hotel located at 550 S. Flower Street at about 2:30 a.m. on Sunday. Continue reading
Hotel of the elite, The Standard, in downtown Los Angeles, was the scene of a shooting that left one dead and three injured.
Authorities say, four people were shot, one fatally, early Sunday morning at a spot normally where the rich play and stay. As of now, no one is in custody, but police hope security video and witness statements will help in identifying the suspect or suspects.
The shooting took place about 2:40 a.m. at the upscale hotel in the 500 block of South Flower Street, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. Police initially said three people were shot. Two of the victims were found at the scene; a third victim was located at the nearby intersection of West Olympic Boulevard and South Hill Street, a spokesman for the LAPD’s Central Division said. h/t ktla
No one was in custody in connection with the incident. A description of the shooter or shooters was not immediately available.
John E. Mogan, an Ohio man, has been arrested for a bank robbery after he took selfies displaying wads of stolen cash and posted them to Facebook.
According to police, Mogan and his GF, Ashley Duboe, were charged with robbery and theft of a bank in Ashville, Ohio, last month.
Morgan allegedly entered the bank in a hooded sweatshirt and handed the teller a note demanding cash. The teller gave the man money and he fled on foot. Continue reading
“Love and Hip Hop Atlanta” star Momma Dee was arrested after being accused of dine and dash at a popular Milwaukee restaurant.
Cops say Dee was jailed after allegedly leaving a restaurant without paying, aka, Defrauding an innkeeper.
Law enforcement tells TMZ Dee was arrested Saturday morning in Milwaukee for, “fraud on innkeeper – nonpayment.” Continue reading
A Macon, Ga., teen has died after being mortally wounded in a game of Russian roulette.
Coroner Leon Jones, of Bibb County told reporters, Quintin Jackson, 18 was pronounced dead Tuesday morning after engaging in the deadly game. Jackson’s death has been ruled accidental, and not a suicide.
According to a news release from the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office, Jackson was with two friends on Monday afternoon when he Continue reading
“American Idol” hopeful, Natasha Bellott, died in a single vehicle crash on the way home from her audition. Her Golden Ticket found in her pocket.
Bellott, 20, was killed and of her friends were seriously injured after their 2003 Jeep Liberty SUV was involved in a rollover accident on Interstate 95 in Pennsylvania Sunday. The blossoming singer and her friends were on their way back to their New Jersey homes after attending “American Idol” auditions held at Temple University’s Liacouras Center in Philadelphia.
Reports say, the driver lost control after passing another vehicle on the shoulder at a high rate of speed, police say a preliminary investigation reveals. Continue reading
A young victim killed in the brutal shooting at the historic Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, S.C., shared a Snapchat video from the ill-fated bible study group moments before Dylann Storm Roof allegedly killed 9 people.
Tywanza Sander posted a video to Snapchat moments before Roof opened fire. In the video Roof can be seen sitting at a table with other doomed church members.
A former employee of a Fox News affiliate committed suicide in front of News Corp. headquarters in New York City.
Phillip Perea, 41 years old, of Irving, Texas, shot himself in the chest outside of 1211 Avenue of the Americas. Perea had previously worked for a Fox News affiliate in Austin, Texas.
The building houses Fox News headquarters and The Wall Street Journal, both of which are owned by News Corporation. Continue reading