It was subsequently learned that the subject, before police arrived entered the home of his girlfriend and forcefully took her keys and drover her vehicle recklessly and destroying a nearby utility pole and two fences. After the vehicle became inoperable the subject went to the chair where officers encountered him. The subject was transported to Eskenazi Hospital for mental evaluation and will likely face preliminary charges once investigators have had a chance to investigate this
Mistakenly believing Tom had returned for her, she ran out towards the car, but was struck and killed instantly. Panicked, Daisy drove away from the scene of the accident. When the rest of us arrived at the crime scene, Tom told George that it was Gatsby's car that killed
The day before Gatsby’s death he was in a car with Daisy, letting her drive his car when a woman named Myrtle ran out on the road and Daisy accidently ran her over and killed her. Myrtle ran into the road because she thought the one driving the car was Tom, her lover, and not Daisy. She believed this because Gatsby let Tom drive his car beforehand when he stopped at Myrtle’s husband, Wilson’s, garage for gas. Wilson, who was hellbent on revenge, thought Tom was driving the car as well, but when he came to Tom, Tom explained that it was Gatsby driving the car. Although it was actually Daisy driving the car, Gatsby kept that fact hidden because he still believed he loved her, and ultimately he had to pay the price for trying to protect a wicked woman; Gatsby was shot by Wilson as Gatsby was swimming in his pool.
This part in the book reminds me of a movie called A Time to Kill about a ten-year-old black girl who gets brutalized and raped by two rednecks. The two rednecks followed the girl when she was walking home from getting groceries for her
This is something that is almost comical and seems like a comedy routine on a television show or like the totally incompetent cops in the Police Academy Movies. A man driving a car with red and blue emergency lights stopped a car in North Kingsville, Ohio for a traffic violation. The joke was on him because he stopped a real law officer. The law officer quickly realized that he was a fake and drove away. He later contacted the North Kingsville, Ohio police department about the fake cop.
During Vinny's questioning, Lisa comes to the same conclusion and testifies that the only vehicle that could possibly make the escape and be mistaken for Billy's 1964 Skylark may be a 1963 Pontiac Tempest with the same colour and tires. After re-calling George Wilbur as a witness to confirm this, Vinny re-calls the local sheriff, who has finished the records search. The sheriff testifies that two men resembling Billy and Stan were just arrested in another county for driving a stolen Pontiac Tempest, and were in possession of a gun of the same caliber used to kill the clerk. The defeated Trotter moves to dismiss all the charges, and the film ends
A bystander threw himself upon the young assassin, preventing him from committing suicide. Following this, a mob of angry onlookers attacked Princip. He was wrestled away by the police after fighting back. Meanwhile, Franz Ferdinand and Sophie lay critically injured in their limousine as it rushed to seek help. They both died within the hour.
When he saw the motorcade approaching he stuck the percussion cap against a lamp post near him and let the explosive fly. It sailed through the air in a graceful arc but the diver accelerated just in time and it hit the back of the car exploding on the road and injuring some officers in the car behind. He drank the cyanide and jumped into the river Miljacka but the cyanide was old and it didn 't work; he was dragged out of the river and arrested. Boom!
There was something about the pictures that caught his eyes once again. The first picture he read said MISSING, along with the other 6 pictures, but three of the pictures he noticed right off the bat. It was his family. These weren’t just any pictures, these were pictures with a red X over them. What could the red X mean he thought to himself.
I let highly wanted criminals go right through the palm of my hand and have practically broken the dashboard of a police car that belongs to the New South Wales police. If I don’t get fired for what I have done today, I wouldn’t get fired for setting the police building on fire! The anger kept going through me until I realized that if I do end up getting these criminals everything (nearly) might be relatively okay. So, I continued going up the highway at full speed passing small dirt tracks that lead into the paddock on the right side of the road. I had a second thought about going up them, but I decided that at the speed they were going in their car they wouldn’t have had time to turn off onto one of those roads.
In todays society our mistakes define who we are. With so much pressure and stress to succeed in life we often forget the simplistic things, such as integrity and good ethics. Alex Sawyer seems to forget about actions and outcomes and ends up paying the biggest price for a job gone wrong, his freedom. In this journal I will be relating three songs of my choice to Alex’s choices in the book. Alex Sawyer is a one time bully, part time burglar and full time loser.
This scene (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3SSzuDZ58z0) is from 22 Jump Street and is an example of the relief/release theory. The movie focuses on two cops who go undercover at the local college to investigate a drug ring, while there one of the cops (Jonah Hill) hooks-up with a student - something that the whole team, including his captain (Ice Cub), congratulates him on. Later, Hill’s character goes to the parents’ day event and upon seeing the girl he slept with, realizes that his boss is her father. In this scene Hill’s partner (Channing Tatum) and the rest of the force finds out what has happened and the captain enacts his revenge.
The Fleagle Gang was a group of four guys who robbed the First National Bank in Lamar Colorado on may 23, 1930. The leader of the gang's name was Ralph Fleagle, and he was accompanied by his brother and two other friends. They were caught by fingerprint which was the first time the FBI used a single fingerprint to ever solve a crime. When they were caught, most sentenced to hang and died in a two week period in July 1930, but Jake Fleagle was killed in a shootout (The Fleagle Gang). Ralph Fleagle, his brother Jake, Howard “Heavy” Royston, and George J. Abshier, a.k.a.