Bellevue police confirmed that a fight at a party in Bellevue, east of Seattle, killed two people and wounded two.
The police said that they responded around 7:30 pm. To invite gunshots and possible stabbing in a residential complex.
When the officers arrived, they found a dead person and three wounded, two in critical condition. One of the seriously injured died at the scene of the accident and the other two were taken to hospital. There was no immediate word on their medical conditions.
A witness told KIRO-TV in Seattle that the person who had a lot of drinking at a house warming party had become aggressive, and after confronting him, he pulled out a knife and stabbed at least two people.
The witness told the station that one of the victims of the stabbing with a hidden weapon shot the suspect.
The police confirmed that there was no longer any danger to the public, but did not say whether the alleged instigator was among the wounded or dead.
The authorities said that all the people involved knew each other.
The authorities said that a teenager faces charges of armed robbery at his home in Florida where two of his associates were killed, killed and wounded.
Chris Nuku, Sheriff of Pasco County, said that the person who shot them was the victim of the owner of the house, who was carrying a gun and used it to defend himself when he confronted the intruders at his home in Wesley Chapel shortly before 1 am.
“In this case, the victim was exercising his right to the second amendment to protect himself in his home,” Nuku said.
Al-Sharif said that Luis Cassado, 21, and Horses of Durham, 21, were injured while walking in a narrow corridor towards the owner of the house. They had guns and covered their faces with black masks.
Nuku said that Jeremiah Tramel, 19, was shot after the fall of Cassado and Durham. He said that he escaped from the house while the owner of the house went to get another pistol to replace the pistol he was in possession of because of his jam.
Nuko said that Trammel did not advance much. A neighbor caught him with a pistol and then held him until the deputies arrived.
Trams were hospitalized to treat the lead wound.
Nuku said Cassado and Durham are “very violent” criminals. He said Tramel had had a previous arrest for charging the battery and other charges.
He said that the shooting took place after the owner of the house heard the glass breaking and holding a pistol. He was at home alone playing video games.
Sharif said the owner of the house believed he might have been targeted because of his group of firearms that he displayed on social media.
Nuku said that the investigation also revealed that the homeowner has a kind of relationship with Tramel, Cassado and Durham that involves “a type of known entity”.
Fox 35 Orlando channel reported that Trammel was accused of stealing the home invasion. He was also charged with murder for the death of Cassado and Durham while committing another crime.
Patrick Chambers, 46, was arrested by the New York Police Department (NYPD) on charges of assault, threat and criminal possession of a weapon following a stabbing accident on the seventh train earlier this month.
In the video, the suspect was wearing a coronavirus mask and did not show his face.
However, the suspect can be seen attacking a passenger who appeared to be stepping in to help after a first victim was killed with a knife Chambers.
A spokeswoman for the Office of the Deputy Commissioner for Public Information, investigator Sofia Mason, said that the attack occurred on July 5 on 52nd Street in Queens and had not provoked him.
The suspect produced a knife and stabbed a 71-year-old male and a 73-year-old man. The two victims were taken to Elmhurst Hospital and were in stable condition at the time.
Police said the suspect was arrested at 52st Street and his knife was pulled from his person.
Two police officers were killed in McAllen, Texas, while answering the local disturbance call, according to the police chief.
McAllen police chief Victor Rodriguez told a news conference that the suspects shot the officers as they approached the door of a house.
“The officers never had the opportunity to suspect a fatal attack on them, let alone death, at that point in time,” Rodriguez very emotional told reporters.
Rodriguez said that the police department discovered that the officers were shot when two other officers approached the scene to help and saw the officers under the house.
Rodriguez has identified the officers as Idlemero Garza Jr., 45, and Ismail Ismail Chavez, 39. Garza has been with the administration for nearly nine years while Chavez has been in power for about two and a half years, according to Rodriguez.
When the two additional officers arrived, Rodriguez said, he ordered the suspect to drop his gun, but the suspect shot himself and killed himself.
“We are weak at the moment, but our strength and determination to serve our societies, all of us here, will allow us to do what we do every day and what our officers do every day,” Rodriguez said. “In the face of adversity, we rise and serve nonetheless.
McAllen is located in South Texas along the US-Mexico border.
The Texas Attorney General’s office said in a tweet that they would provide any assistance requested by the police. Governor Greg Abbott tweeted that he communicated with Rodriguez and offered his condolences and full support.
Police responded to reports of gunfire and a possible stabbing around 7:30 pm. When the officers arrived, they found a dead man in the lobby of the third floor of an apartment building and another man was seriously injured, according to Bellevue Police Chief Steve Millett. The first responders attempted to implement life-saving measures, but the man died on the scene.
Millett said that one of the men was shot and the other one was stabbed.
“The calls were hectic and there was a lot of chaos to be heard in the background,” Millett said at a news conference.
A third man was found suffering from life-threatening injuries and was taken to the Harborview Medical Center in Seattle.
The fourth victim, a woman, was taken to a local hospital in Bellevue with life-threatening injuries.
“It seems that all the people involved in this know about each other or have known each other,” Millet said.
Millett said the four victims appeared to be in a kind of home warming or a celebration when the violence started.
“The suspects and the victims are all responsible and there is no danger to the public,” Bellevue police said on Twitter.
The Akron family takes its powerful message to the street, demanding justice for the death of a mother of five.
She was killed in a direct collision by a suspected drunk driver, who has not yet been charged.
“My wife, my best friend, didn’t know what to do without her, and I don’t even know where to start,” said emotional Richard MacDonald.
Family and friends gathered at East and Nordica Avenues in Akron, where 35-year-old Evony McDonald lost her life right after 1:00 am ..
He remembers: “All I remember is getting up in the hospital.”
Akron police say that Richard and Ebony, who were driving, were in their jeep Compass heading north in East Avenue, when Dodge Durango crossed in the opposite direction, midfield and hit them face to face.
Ebony died immediately. Richard and the 28-year-old man driving a Durango were hospitalized with minor injuries.
“We have no mother,” said Ebony’s daughter, Jiazimeon MacDonald, who is the largest of the five. “She did not miss any birthday, she did not miss any birthday, nor did she miss any holiday period.”
According to a witness who called 911, several people encountered the driver at this gas station moments before the plane crash, which occurred directly on the street.
“The man in Durango was just asleep … next to the gas station, I mean the pump at Circle K, he pulled up and went down to the hill and ran into this other car … across the corridors … we were trying to wake him up and told him the caller.
The victim’s daughter said: “When you get behind the wheel, you have to take it as if it is life or death, just like playing with a gun.”
Ebony loved ones were carrying banners and gathered at the intersection, hoping that their letter would prevent another family from feeling their pain.
“My aunt finished school and everything, as she was married, newly married, happy,” said the victim’s niece, Renaga Rai.
Akron police say the accident is still under investigation and that charges are pending against the driver.
“Exactly what have they been investigated because if they were there and they got the name of the person and the man went to the hospital, then what are we waiting for?” I asked the victim’s daughter.
Akron police say that the 28-year-old driver was not arrested at the site because he was taken to hospital. Investigators say the hospital will not reveal his condition, but the prosecutor is reviewing the case for the charges.
Authorities said two men were killed and another wounded while storming a house in Florida.
The Tampa Bay Times newspaper reported that the raid occurred shortly after midnight in Wesley Chapel. Sheriff Chris Nuku said that the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office identified the dead as Luis Casado and Khayel Durham, both of whom are 21. Jeremiah Trammel, 19, has been taken to Tampa Hospital and faces charges of invading an armed house and killing a felony. A person can be charged with murdering a felony under Florida law when someone dies while a person commits a felony, even if the victim is a partner.
The homeowner told MPs that he was playing video games when hackers entered his home. Grab a 9 mm pistol and open the fire. Officials said Cassado and Durham fell to the ground while Tramel fled. An armed neighbor arrested Taramel and held him until the deputies arrived.
Upon being questioned in hospital, Trammel said he was not involved in the theft. He told the investigators that he was riding with the other two men and that he approached the house only after hearing shots.
Nuku said that the hackers seem to know the owner of the house.
The homeowner told investigators that he may have been targeted because of his posting on social media that featured his guns.
Officials said California would release about 8,000 prisoners early in an effort to slow the spread of coronavirus in state correctional facilities, with more than half of them expected to return to society by the end of July.
The government Ministry of Reform and Rehabilitation said in a statement that the move would allow prisons to use the extra space to impose social separation rules, isolation and quarantine procedures.
“These measures are being taken to provide for the health and safety of residents and incarcerated employees,” said Ralph Diaz, Secretary of the CDCR Center. We aim to implement these pressure relief measures in a manner consistent with public health and safety.
The Ministry estimates that 8,000 inmates can be released by the end of August, provided they meet several criteria. Prisoners who have been serving a one-year sentence or less are eligible for early release. Those who have been convicted of violent crimes and sexual crimes are not.
The commission said that anyone released from prison would be tested to ensure that no virus was found within seven days of returning to society.
Several states chose to release some prisoners early, amid an increase in injuries in correctional institutions. California has reduced its prison population by 10,000 since mid-March, when the COVID-19 pandemic first sparked government protection measures in the United States.
The state prison system has reported 5,841 coronavirus among prisoners, which has increased by 864 in the past two weeks.
In San Quentin State Prison in the San Francisco Bay Area, injuries among prisoners rose after 121 detainees were transferred from the California Men’s Institute in Chino, which reported hundreds of cases in crowded conditions.
A third of the 3,500 San Quentin prisoners were positive for COVID-19 after the transfer.
Ann Irwin, director of the smart nonprofit advocacy group, California, praised Friday’s announcement, which she said “will protect the lives of people who live and work in prisons and in the surrounding communities.
“We commend the judge on working on two critical fronts: removing the most vulnerable people by harm and stopping the spread of COVID-19 within prisons and neighboring communities,” Irwin said in a statement.
Police said in a statement that six people were wounded in the shooting last night in Rochester, New York.
The injuries were not life threatening.
The officers answered a call about a fight at 1:30 am and heard shots when they arrived. Police said they found a large group of people, including two who shot them near a park.
The victims were taken to hospital for evaluation and treatment. Four others went to hospitals in special vehicles.
While the police were securing the scene, someone escaped in a car and collided with two parked police cars, and then continued driving. Police said the driver was arrested and charged with DWI. No one is hurt.
A newly released corpse and dash camera footage by the Detroit Police in a deadly shooting of an officer involved shows that the suspect shot the police first before officers shot him.
The killing of 20-year-old Hakim Littleton sparked protests across the city, but police chief James Craig said the video had established rumors that Littleton was unarmed to bed.
Craig told a news conference after the shooting that Littleton was no more than 3 feet from the officers when he suddenly pulled a 0.25-mm automatic pistol from his pocket and started shooting at the officers facing each other.
Craig said of the unharmed officer: “It is simply a miracle that did not hit his head.”
The officers were investigating gunfire at a mass party during the fourth weekend of July and arrested a separate man, Darnell Silvestre, who had a pending memo against him distributing drugs.
The police were not investigating Littleton and were not planning to arrest him for anything but Craig said Littleton, who was standing next to Sylvester during the arrest, said, “You will not take the man, in other words, you will take him to custody,” before the shooting of the police begins.
Littleton fired two shots before three officers fired back with four shots. Littleton continued to fire even when he fell to the ground, and fired two more bullets that the police mistook.
Craig said: “He was using a automatic 0.25 caliber blue steel pistol. This comes from body cameras and a boy scout camera.” “There were eight shots fired in five seconds. Four shots were fired by three officers, one officer fired two shots, and then four shots were fired by the suspect.
“When Littleton lifted the pistol with his left hand, he was targeting the officer’s head,” Craig added.
Detroit Mayor Mike Dogan reinforced the police account of the events and praised the president for quickly launching the video, calling on protesters to “defend the police” in the city.
“The video is clear that the officer was suddenly and unexpectedly shot,” Dogan said on Twitter.
He added: “The public’s confidence requires citizens to judge for themselves the actions of our officers. I commend President Craig for moving quickly to publicly post the video.”
The accident exacerbated the already escalating tensions across the country, as protesters denounced police brutality and racial injustice caused by George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis.
Craig said the protesters, angry at Littleton’s death, had become “extremely violent”, throwing bottles, rocks and even a water cooler on officers from the 12th Detroit Police Department. The officers released tear gas to disperse the crowd and arrested several.
“This officer is a hero, even though he did not take out his rifle. He endangered his life when he was shot,” Craig said of the shooting.