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  • Man shot by housing authority police office had been barred

    The East St. Louis Housing Authority police chief says a man shot by an officer had been barred from the apartment complex where the shooting occurred. Chief Cortez Slack says the man should not have been there. Investigators are trying to determine...
  • BB shooting of 2 high school athletes classified hate crime

    Police in Thurmont say they're classifying as a hate crime the BB gun shooting of two high school athletes as they ran down Main Street. Police said Monday the incident occurred April 14 in the rural town of 6,400 about 50 miles northwest of Baltimore....
  • Second Arrest Made In Bridgeport Store Owner's Fatal Shooting

    BRIDGEPORT — Police made a second arrest Monday in the slaying of a grocery store owner earlier this month. Treizy Lopez, 18, was arrested in West Haven members Monday morning by the U.S. Marshals’ ¬†Violent Crime Fugitive Task Force and...
  • 28 Months Later, Review Of State Police Response To Sandy Hook Shooting Lags

    28 Months Later, Review Of State Police Response To Sandy Hook Shooting Lags
    Following nearly every mass shooting in the U.S., the response of law enforcement and medical personnel is examined, a critical exercise experts say is not intended to place blame but to identify areas that can be improved and ways lives can be saved....
  • Shots fired into Lil Wayne tour buses in Atlanta

    Shots fired into Lil Wayne tour buses in Atlanta
    Unknown assailants fired shots into Lil Wayne's tour buses in Atlanta early Sunday morning.  No one was injured in the shooting, according to representatives for the Atlanta Police Department, who spoke to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. About a dozen...
  • David Damus trial postponed

    David Damus trial postponed
    The murder trial of David Damus has been postponed until May 26. The trial was to begin today but an evidence technician who collected evidence in the case was unable to attend the trail because of a death in the family. Damus, 22, was to have been...
  • Man acquitted of murder, attempted murder in double shooting

    Man acquitted of murder, attempted murder in double shooting
    A Palm Beach County jury Friday acquitted a former Boynton Beach man of murder and attempted murder charges in the case of a 2009 double shooting outside a West Palm Beach nightclub. The jury reached the verdict for Narcisse Antoine, 33, after more than...
  • 5 still hospitalized after being wounded in bar shooting

    Five of the six people wounded in a shooting at a suburban Rochester bar remain hospitalized as a 31-year-old man faces a murder charges in the death of a seventh patron. One of the victims in Saturday's early morning shooting at the Gates Pub was...
  • Man shot to death in Durham

    Durham police are investigating the shooting death of a man. Police spokesman Wil Glenn said in a statement that officers were called to a home around 12:30 p.m. Sunday and found a dead man. Glenn said the victim was 29-yea-rold Thomas George Docher Jr....
  • Police arrest suspect in fatal shooting at Lauderhill McDonald's

    Police arrest suspect in fatal shooting at Lauderhill McDonald's
    Authorities on Sunday arrested a 21-year-old man, charging him with killing another man who collapsed inside a McDonald's restaurant in Lauderhill. The shooting occurred at the restaurant at 5510 W. Oakland Park Blvd. about 7 p.m. Friday. Khambrel...
  • Peru may resume shooting down suspected coke-smuggling planes

    Peru may resume shooting down suspected coke-smuggling planes
    An upsurge in illicit air shipments of cocaine to Bolivia has prompted neighboring Peru to consider resuming a policy of shooting down small aircraft suspected of ferrying the drug, authorities say. That policy resulted in the mistaken 2001 shoot-down...