On 092316 at around 2352 Hrs., Officers responded to a shooting at 3222 Selma Ave. Kenneth Cook ( DOB 030172 OLN - 081055483) was found in the front of the residence with a bullet wound through his left leg. Cook stated that he was going in the back door when he was approached by two males. One was wearing a mask and he could not describe the second suspect. Cook said that he was afraid of a robbery and threw a cup of liquor at the suspects. The suspects then shot 2-3 times, striking Cook once. The suspects then fled behind the houses on Selma. The victim was transported to UTMC with non-life threatening injuries. A K-9 track was attempted but no scent was found. Crime Lab responded and located one casing and took photos. Neither occupant
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Hugo saw victim Rodriguez get dragged approximately 40 feet as he removed his equipment from the suspect’s vehicle. Hugo saw victim Rodriguez fall from the suspect’s vehicle. The suspect’s fled north on El Molino and made a left on Atchison
October 2nd, 2002 was the start of a long and horrific three weeks in the Washington DC Metropolitan Area. People were terrified to be in the area and everyone was on edge. What appeared to be random killings, turned out to be a well-organized series of senseless shootings that took the lives of ten innocent people. After days of people being scared to death and much confusion, investigators discovered that there were two suspects in the shootings; John Allen Muhammad and his teenage partner Lee Boyd Malvo and they were in a blue 1990 Chevrolet Caprice sedan designed to terrorize people. This break in the case came when one of the suspects called the tip hotline and told them to look into a murder in Alabama, which lead to the case being
Tulsa, Oklahoma, on July 5 at around 11:45am in the north side of the city, former Marine 33 year old Craig Wingard was transported to the hospital in critical condition. Craig had been shot by a man that went inside the house that Craig was in front of, came back out to started to shot. After shooting Craig, the shooter fled the scene in a dark vehicle with paper plates, this according to witness. Craig was shot four times in his chest, hand, and legs. When detective Matt Frazier arrived at the scene, he was updated my the officers at the scene, of what was the situation.
JonBenet Ramsey was murdered on Christmas day she was only six-year-old. In like a normal families night time routine the Ramsey’s went put their children to bed than the mother Patsy Ramsey randomly woke up and walked to the kitchen where she found ransom note. The ransom note was about two in a half pages long anf it did say that the criminals wanted one hundred and eighteen thousand dollars for JonBenet Ramsey. The ransom note stated that she would be exchanged for the money the very next day and if they didn’t go by the not JonBenet was going to be killed. When several minutes past then the police arrived which they didn’t accurately secure the crime scene although; a investigator that had arrive to the scene should have gathered and collected the evidence but didn’t happened until later.
In 1936, Charles Lindbergh Jr, the most famous baby of the era, was kidnapped. After a two year search, the police arrested a German immigrant, by the name of Bruno Richard Hauptmann, for committing the crime of the century. However, this man was innocent, for he did not commit this aghasting crime. Instead, John Knoll, Isidor Fisch, James Warburg, and Violet Sharpe are guilty. To prove this point, police tampered with some of the evidence to make Hauptmann look guilty.
James Rackover was led out in cuffs from New York 's 13th Precinct, center, after being charged with the murder of Joseph Comunale, left, 26, over the weekend. Lawrence Dilione of Oceanport, New Jersey, top right, has also been charged with his murder. Rackover and Lawrence Dilione are facing charges of second-degree murder, tampering and hindering prosecution charges after they allegedly stabbed Comunale 15 times and then tried to burn his body with gasoline on Sunday. The body of Comunale, who goes by the name Joey, was discovered in a wooded stretch on the Jersey shore early Wednesday. His partially-burned remains were found inside a suitcase that had been buried behind Foggia 's Florist in the town of Oceanport.
Criminal law investigators did say they recovered some of the rounds that had been shot from outside the bedroom window. While Holland 's two-year-old daughter survived the incident, relatives say they found the toddler covered in her mother 's blood. Investigators believe she may have seen the gunman. The child spent hours alone with her dead mother after being shot to death over the Fourth of July weekend. According to neighbor Mark Baker, he called the victim a great person who never caused trouble.
On Saturday in Burkesville,Ky there was an officer that got shot around 4 p.m by Floyd Cook who is being searched for. The officer is recovering well from the shooting. Cook is 64 years old and is believed to be on the run by foot. Schools in Cumberland have been closed for the previous days. Cook has a past which was in 1988 he was serving life sentence for rape but he broke out of prison with 7 other of his inmates.
On June 24, 2006, Patsy Ramsey died after a long battle with ovarian cancer. This was nearly 10 years after JonBenét’s death. Patsy is buried next to JonBenét, in Atlanta, Georgia, where the family lived before moving to Colorado. At that time public outcry centered on the fact that Patsy Ramsey passed away before justice could be served in the death of her
BRIDGEWATER, Ma. — Another arrest has been made in connection to the death of a South Jersey woman who was set on fire in Massachusetts, 6abc reports. Ovi Cruz is being accused of misleading police, according to prosecutors who say Cruz lied about how well he knew the man wanted for the murder of Ashley Bortner, reports say. Fernando Owens, 43, of Dorchester, Mass., is wanted for the murder of 29-year-old Bortner. Bortner, a Paulsboro native, was found Nov. 3 alongside railroad tracks in Bridgwater, Mass.
Tom survived the fall and was taken in by the St. Louis Police where he was interrogated and arrested. Shortly after Tom had been arrested, new evidence was found that led the detectives to Antonio Richardson, who eventually confessed leading the police to rest of the group involved in the assault. Throughout the rest of the book Cummins does her best to show the aftermath of the violent tragedy, including the trials and conviction of the attackers and the funerals of the
In 1836, the gruesome death of a prostitute encaptivated the public eye and began a newspaper frenzy that centered on a morbid fixation of the life and death of Helen Jewett. Patricia Cline Cohen's The Murder of Helen Jewett pieces together the facts of Helen's life and death in an attempt to describe gender inequality in America by giving a meticulous account of life in the 1830s. (Insert small biography) Around three in the morning on Sunday, April 10, 1836 Rosina Townsend, the madam of the brothel, was spurred from her bed at the south end of Thomas St by a man knocking on the front door.
On Friday evening, the body of teenager Robert "Bob" Sheldon was found at a park in eastern Tulsa, laying next to a fountain with a knife wound in his abdomen. Further evidence suggests that the Sheldon had been intoxicated. No arrests have been made yet, but police suspect that it was a gang-related crime. Investigators believe that more than one person of each party had been involved as well. One of Sheldon’s companions, who was questioned, Randy Adderson, did not prove to be much help for the investigators.
It had been claimed that Ned Kelly had taken up arms in April 1878 for the intention of shooting police but as six months had passed since the alleged shooting of Constable Fitzpatrick (who would later be dismissed from the police force as a liar, drunkard and perjurer) and the Stringybark Creek tragedy, there was not a robbery or any other offence reported of having been committed by Ned or his brother Dan. After his mother was convicted (and two innocent men) for aiding and abetting in the shooting of Constable Fitzpatrick, (Judge Barry sentenced Ned to fifteen years gaol without a trial?) Ned returned (was Ned involved?) with the intention of working a still to make whisky, as it was the only means to obtain money quickly to procure a new