Hundreds gathered at Leicester 's town Hall for a vigil to remember an Auburn police officer killed Sunday. WATCH LIVE: FOX25 News at 10 SCROLL FOR VIDEO Officer Ronald Tarentino, 42, was shot during a traffic stop. He was rushed to the hospital Sunday, but died due to his injuries. He leaves behind a wife and children children. One of his three children is in the military and the other two attend Leicester High School, said family friends. One is set to graduate with this year 's senior class. >>RELATED: Auburn police officer shot and killed early Sunday morning Tarentino grew up in Tewksbury, according to a neighbor, and attended Tweksbury High School. He was 42 years old and had transferred from the Leicester Police Department two years ago, where he was a current …show more content…
"He got along with everybody...he was always smiling. I never once received one complaint," he said. Friends&complete strangers are starting to gather in front of a Leicester funeral home. Here to honor Ron Tarentino. pic.twitter.com/axwuDLCnR3 — Malini Basu (@WFXTMalini) May 22, 2016 Friends are devastated by Tarentino 's death. "He 's Ron, vintage Ron, great sense of humor. The kind of guy you want to go out and have a good time with," said Bob Pingeton. Tarentino was a regular at Mikes Donut Shop, says the owner, Ann Hunt. She now cherishes his "Top Cop" coffee mug that he would drink out of every day. There was even a sandwich named after him in town at the restaurant. "It 's a meat sandwich, it comes on a doughnut. That was their big thing. It 's on our menu," she said. Memories are all they have left now of they 're caring, hardworking friend. "He cared about people. He was a true human being that cared that 's what really stinks about all of this. It 's someone that doesn 't care," said Hunt. His body was taken from the Medical Examiner 's office in Boston to a Leicester
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David Spears, 43, Winter Garden construction worker, his body was found June 1, 1990, along Highway 19. He also died of six gunshot wounds to the torso. Charles Carskaddon, 40, a part-time rodeo worker, his body was found June 6, 1990. He was shot nine times. Troy Burress, 50, a sausage salesman from Ocala, his body was found August 4, 1990, in a wooded area.
Tim Bosma Case Tim Bosma was a church going, fun, and caring a son to Mary and Hank Bosma, a husband to Sharlene Bosma, and a father to a five-year- old daughter (Adam Carter and Nil Koksal, 2016). On the evening of May 6, 2013, he was last seen with two men who went for a test drive in a vehicle that Tim was selling. Tim Bosma was shot and stuck into a livestock incinerator located on the accused, Dellen Millard’s, farm and the totality of the evidence provided proof that the remains found were of Tim Bosma (Cambridge Times, 2013). There were three parties to the crime, two accused and an accessory after the fact. Both accused are sentenced to a life of prison and the possibility of parole after 25 years (Paola Loriggio and Liam Casey, 2016).
He disappeared while running an errand to the bank for his mother. The end of 1979 brought two more child victims into play. On November 8, 1979, 9-year-old Yusef Bell was found strangled to death and hit over the head twice in the abandoned E.P. Johnson Elementary School in Atlanta, Georgia. Bell was found by a school janitor. A piece of masking tape was found stuck to both victims.
I am truly sorry for the loss of your son. I hope I will be able to provide you and your family with some closure. On Friday, September 18, 2015, I reported to 64 Church Street, Apartment A, Virtual, Maryland, where I found your son, John Michael Phillips, deceased. He was found by two self-reported friends, Duane NMN Johnson and Anthony Alonzo Capri. Mr. Phillips was found with a needle.
He lived in Washington state until he and his family moved to Illinois at the age of 6. There he met his wife, Mary Dunkin. Then at the age of 20 he became a police officer and two years later he married Mary Dunkin. He was sadly murdered two days ago. He was 33 at the time of his death.
Felon turned drug counselor then actor, Danny Trejo was born in Echo Park, California on May 16th, 1944 as an only child to his parents (TheLipTV, 2012). While growing up Danny Trejo spent most of his time with his father and criminal Uncle Gilbert, his father’s brother (HuffPost Live, 2014). Uncle Gilbert quickly became a powerful influence over Trejo. Trejo was drawn to his uncle because as Trejo recounts: I remember him and his crime partner, and they did a robbery.
Etan Patz was a young kid from a SoHo neighborhood in Lower Manhattan; his parents were Stanley and Julie Patz (Cohen, L. R.,2009). In the morning of May 25, 1979 a Friday, Etan Patz disappeared on his way to take the school bus between his Prince street home and the west Broadway school bus stop (Cohen, L. R.,2009). At the times of his disappearance Etan was only six years old and a first grader at the Independence Plaza annex of Public School 3 (Kihss, P.,1979 & McDonald, W.,1988). According to reports Etan was dressed in blue, his hat, shoes, pants, and shirt were all blue, out of all his clothing the one thing that stood out was his eastern Air Lines Future Flight Captain hat, which according to reports was his favorite (Cohen, L.
Stonecreek is a public middle school in the Panama Buena Vista School District, where we say, “En loco parentis”, Latin for, “In the place of the parents”. In other words, we will look after your child as if it were our own child, for the whole school day. Many believe it is impossible, with over 200 children at our school, however, what those people don’t believe, is that we have been doing this for over 8 years, and we still have taken good care of them for all these years. We rarely receive any problems with our students, and if we do, we take whatever precaution we find necessary. If you wish to hear the rules we have, and the precautions we are willing to take, meet us in our office at 8000 Akers Rd, Bakersfield, from 8:25 a.m. to 3:25
History March 3, 1991, Rodney King is beat over 50 times by members of the Los Angeles Police Department. In retaliation, riots broke out across Los Angeles. Cars and stores were looted and torched during these violent riots. This was a terrible time to be living in the areas involved with the riots, especially for families and children. Undoubtedly, the riots left scars on all the people involved.
He spoke with joy, remembering her and the person she was. Each one of us joined in, slowly rising from our seats, also sharing memories of my grandmother, their mother, his sister, her friend. Tender tears rolled off our cheeks and small smiles stretched across our
Eddie Rake changed the lives of everyone in Messina; some for the better, and some for the worst. The boys of Messina had very different opinions about their coach, but deep down they all cared about him in various ways. Rake was a tough, hard headed man who did not show very much emotion other than aggression to his players, or so it seemed. The players felt the need to always do their best for their coach. They spent their whole school career working “for his smile of approval”(Grisham 222).
The Evidence Victims In this case, there were three total victims between the ages of eleven to thirteen, all of which being boys. While jogging near his home in Portland, Maine, eleven-year-old Richard Stetson went missing. During his newspaper route, thirteen-year-old Danny Joe Eberle vanished in the early hours