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Man, 45, threatened to shoot 11-year-old after losing Xbox game: police

19.09.2018 3:45

A Long Island man, 45, was arrested Tuesday for allegedly threatening to shoot a boy, 11, after losing to him in an online video game, New York’s FOX 5 reported.

From: feeds.foxnews.com

Police: Border agent targeted victims for vulnerability

19.09.2018 3:14


A U.S. Border Patrol supervisor charged in the killings of four women knew the victims and targeted them for their vulnerability.

Tags: Women, Police
From: www.yahoo.com

India man held for 'inhumane torture' of sister

19.09.2018 3:12

India police say the woman was locked up by her brother and intermittently starved for two years.

From: www.bbc.co.uk

Porterville Police Sergeant arrested after found in car with underage explorer

19.09.2018 2:12


A Porterville police officer has been arrested for annoying or molesting a minor.

From: www.yahoo.com

Two people hurt after car drives into pedestrians near Islamic centre in north west London

19.09.2018 2:08

Two people have been taken to hospital after a car drove into a number of pedestrians in north west London, police said.

From: www.standard.co.uk

Florida prosecutor accused of shoplifting beauty products

19.09.2018 1:30

A Florida prosecutor who oversees cases against sexual predators is facing a shoplifting charge after surveillance video caught her swiping $43 worth of cosmetics from a grocery store, police said.

From: feeds.foxnews.com

Testimony by cops big part of Chicago officer's murder trial

19.09.2018 0:36

The Chicago police officers clearly do not want to be in court testifying against a colleague accused of murder, with one of them so uncomfortable he couldn't bring himself to point to the man on trial, something witnesses are routinely asked to do.

From: feeds.foxnews.com

Dozens buried in Philippines landslide triggered by Typhoon Mangkhut

19.09.2018 0:11


Hundreds of rescuers in the Philippines dug frantically with shovels and their bare hands on Monday in an attempt to save the lives of dozens of people buried by a landslide triggered at the weekend by Typhoon Mangkhut, the world’s strongest storm of the year.  But despite their best efforts, weary aid workers were only able to pull dead bodies from the mud and debris that had engulfed a church and miners’ bunkhouse where people had been sheltering from the fierce rain and winds topping 150 miles per hour in the early hours of Saturday morning. Grief-stricken relatives, many of them quietly praying, waited anxiously near the disaster site.  Victorio Palangdan, Itogon’s mayor, warned that the chances of finding any survivors were slim, raising the prospect that the previously confirmed Philippine death toll of 65 from the typhoon could significantly rise.  Mr Palangdan told a news conference that of the 40 to 50 people thought buried, there’s a “99 per cent (chance) that they are really dead.” Itogon, #Philippines. With no chance of getting heavy equipment into the valley, rescue workers are using shovels and their hands to move rock and debris from the landslides. But there is so much of it. One official figures it will take a week. @NBCNewspic.twitter.com/4tX1LjXNKx— Janis Mackey Frayer (@janisfrayer) September 17, 2018 He revealed that dozens of residents had refused to heed police warnings to leave the area. “They laughed at our policemen. They insisted,” he said, according to the AP. “They were resisting when our police tried to pull them away. What can we do?”  Most of the buried are believed to be poor miners and their families, who were working illegally at the mine site.  Foreign aid has begun to pour into the Philippines, which will face months of recovery after farms across the island of Luzon, which produces much of the nation's rice and corn, were submerged in muddy floodwater just a month before harvest. Francis Tolentino, a senior adviser to President Rodrigo Duterte, estimated that nationwide 5.7 million people had been affected by the storm. Many high rise buildings in Hong Kong had their windows blown out  Credit: Anthony Wallace/AFP Hong Kong on Monday also began to clear up  “severe and extensive” damage from Mangkhut after it struck the high-rise city on Sunday, leaving 300 injured. Roads remained blocked by felled trees and debris and some areas remained severely flooded. Windows in swaying tower blocks had been smashed by gusts of more than 142mph.  After tearing through Luzon and pummelling Hong Kong and Macau, the storm hit China’s Guangdong province, killing four people, three of whom were struck by trees. More than 3 million people were evacuated.  But by Monday afternoon, the terrifying storm had been downgraded to a tropical depression at it moved into Guangxi province on a path to the mountainous Yunnan province, where it was expected to weaken further as it approached Vietnam, Laos and Burma. No further deaths or damage were reported.   

Kings Plaza fire: At least 21 injured as firefighters tackle blaze at Brooklyn shopping centre parking lot

19.09.2018 0:11


Firefighters are tackling a massive fire that spread through a parking garage in Brooklyn, New York. The fire began before 9:00 a.m. local time near the Kings Plaza shopping centre in Brooklyn, erupting from a two-alarm to a seven-alarm emergency within an hour. Police and fire department officials did not respond to enquiries, and it was not immediately clear whether police suspected criminal intent or wrongdoing.

From: www.yahoo.com

Dad arrested for driving teen couple to park to 'do their thang,' cops say

19.09.2018 0:00

A Florida man faces charges after he allegedly drove his 15-year-old son to a park with his teen girlfriend so they could have sex — or, in the dad’s words, “do their thang,” according to police.

From: feeds.foxnews.com

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