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Helicopter, armed police and dogs arrive at ‘weapon incident’ and find gardener using a rake

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Published on: July 29, 2015

Plumber Stephen, 55, said the officers asked to check the back garden as their “eyes in the sky” had confirmed activity there.

He said: “They came in and found Wayne with the rake. He’d been helping flatten some ground – we weren’t making much noise.”

Police in Christchurch, Dorset, confirmed they were answering a 999 call from a nearby nursing home reporting a man holding what seemed to be a weapon.

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L.A. Gangs’ Hashtag Bet: Kill 100 People in 100 Days

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Published on: July 29, 2015

After the death of a Rollin 100 gang member, Los Angeles gangs have issued a challenge to kill 100 people as fast as possible. One of the first victims appears to be a 4-year-old boy.
Under the hashtag #100Days100Nights, users on Instagram and Twitter are issuing a stark warning: Two Los Angeles gangs are betting which one can kill 100 people—in a gang, or innocent—within the next 100 days.

A law enforcement source confirmed the reports exclusively to The Daily Beast on Monday night.

The bet—which follows the death of “KP,” a member of the Rollin 100 gang—was allegedly made last week.

Gang members say it will remain “on” for 100 days straight—and innocent people driving between the streets of Western and Normandie in Los Angeles could be risking their lives over a game on Twitter.

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Residents blast NYPD guard tower: ‘Bums are still here’

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Published on: July 28, 2015

They want Officer Friendly walking the beat — not Big Brother spying from a surveillance tower.

East Village residents are demanding that the NYPD get rid of its mobile observation post in Tompkins Square Park.

The elevated “SkyWatch” booth was erected July 21 following a Post exposé about the hordes of homeless people taking over the park and Mayor Bill de Blasio’s subsequent visit to chat up vagrants there.

An anonymous flier posted around the park urges readers to file complaints about the “ridiculous and unnecessary guard tower” with the 9th Precinct and Public Advocate Letitia James.

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Pro-Second Amendment Pastor Shoots Church Intruder

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Published on: July 28, 2015

An intruder has been shot by the pastor of a church in Baytown, police confirm to Eyewitness News. The same pastor made national headlines last year when he held another suspected thief at gunpoint.

Video taken from Skyeye HD showed a large police presence around 7:00 this morning at The Church of New Beginnings in the 3200 block of North Alexander Drive.

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thumbSearch Continues For Suspect In Stabbing Over Subway Seat In The Bronx

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Published on: July 28, 2015

City Hall, NYPD ponder strategy as attacks by homeless increase (Bwahahaha!)

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Published on: July 28, 2015

As the city and police prepare to tackle homelessness, two recent violent attacks highlight the urgency to go after the issue as soon as possible.

There have been two attacks by homeless people in recent days. One of them involved a 72 year-old architect waiting at a corner, stabbed in the neck with a pair of scissors by a homeless woman.

The other attack was on a tourist leaving his Grand Central hotel. He was clubbed in the face by a homeless man.

From City Hall to Police Plaza, a real and effective solution to violent homelessness is being sought.

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Lafayette Theater Is a Gun Free Zone, Bans Firearms for Customers with ‘Permits’

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Published on: July 27, 2015

According to the “Conduct Policy” for all Grand Theatre locations, the “possession of firearms or weapons of any kind” are completely banned and the ban applies regardless of whether the firearm or weapon is carried “openly or concealed, with or without a permit.”

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The Conduct Policy also forbids “violence, intimidation, or physically threatening behavior,” as well as “unlawful conduct.”

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Cincinnati man shoots at 1-year-old boy, is shot by man with concealed carry permit

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Published on: July 27, 2015
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Thomas McCary, 62, allegedly shot at four people, including a one-year-old boy. (Hamilton County Jail)

 

A 62-year-old man with a gun in each hand fired at four people – including a 1-year-old boy – before a civilian with a concealed carry permit returned fire and wounded the shooter, cops told FOX19.

Thomas McCary is being held without bond on four counts of felonious assault.

McCary was arguing with a woman around 8 p.m. Sunday night and, when the woman’s brother, Patrick Ewing, approached, McCary pulled out a .38-caliber handgun and fired three shots at him, Cincinnati police said.

Ewing didn’t get hit, but he did get his own gun and returned fire, wounding McCary in the leg. Ewing had a permit to carry a concealed weapon.

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Conservatives Are Going After Law Enforcement Agencies In the Name of Property Rights

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Published on: July 27, 2015

Joseph Rivers, an aspiring artist from Michigan, had his dreams shattered by federal agents. On a train to California, where he was going to start a video production business, he had his $16,000 in life savings seized by the Drug Enforcement Agency under the mere claimed suspicion that it was going to be used as drug money. A hunch or suspicion is enough for some law enforcement agents to seize someone’s property and hold it until they prove themselves innocent.

As the Albuquerque Journal, which first reported Rivers’ case, quoted the DEA agent in charge: “We don’t have to prove that the person is guilty. It’s that the money is presumed to be guilty.”

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Woman Who Defended Gun Store With Her Own Firearm Testifies in Court

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Published on: July 27, 2015

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Becky & Jon Bieker – Courtesy of the family.

 

She and her husband were the only ones in the store when a young man wearing a wig came in and asked about a gun. Bieker said she handed him a handgun. After looking at it, he handed it back.

The man was talking on a cellphone when several other young men came in.

That’s when the first man pulled a gun and pointed it at her.

She began reaching for the cash drawer with the intent of handing over the money. One of the other men also pointed a gun at her. The next thing she remembered was seeing a blur on the left side of her face and waking up on the floor, spitting out blood.

It was “strangely quiet,” she said.

She had a phone in her hand and called 911.

Then she saw one of the men and her husband on the floor. The man was reaching for a gun on the floor, and Bieker told him to stop or she would shoot. When he kept moving, she fired.

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Woman who killed alleged serial killer recounts final fight

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Published on: July 27, 2015
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Police in West Virginia seem to have quite the case on their hands: a man killed by a woman he attacked in her home may have been a serial killer himself.

Investigators now believe 45-year-old Neal Falls may be connected to murders in three states.

Falls was answering an online ad for an escort, police said, when he showed up to a Charleston, West Virginia, home.

The woman, who wants only to be known as “Heather,” answered the door.

She said Falls, armed with a gun, asked her: “live or die?” Then he started choking her.

“When he strangled me, I grabbed my rake, and when he laid the gun down to get the rake out of my hands, I shot him,” Heather said. “I grabbed the gun and shot behind me.”

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NY Principal Jumps to Death In Front of Train Amid Common Core Test Scandal (Jump!)

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Published on: July 26, 2015

The principal of an innovative West Harlem public school killed herself the day after her students took the state Common Core exams — which were later tossed out because she cheated, The Post has learned.

Jeanene Worrell-Breeden, 49, of Teachers College Community School, jumped in front of a B train in the 135th Street station on St. Nicholas Avenue on April 17, police said.

She was pulled out from under the train and taken to Harlem Hospital, where she died eight days later. The city Medical Examiner’s Office ruled it a suicide.

The leap came at 9:20 a.m., less than 24 hours after her 47 third-graders wrapped up three days sweating over the high-stakes English exam — the first ever given at the fledgling school.

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Waco Is Suppressing Evidence That Could Clear Innocent Bikers

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Published on: July 24, 2015

Why is Waco, Texas, fighting to suppress multiple videos of the shootout that killed nine bikers at the Twin Peaks restaurant on May 17? Why are some attorneys in the case now prohibited from talking to the press? And why haven’t Waco officials revealed how many of the nine victims were killed by bullets from police officers’ guns?

These are the most pressing questions as 177 people await a grand jury’s decision about whether they will be indicted for murder, conspiracy, or on lesser charges after attending a regularly scheduled meeting of motorcycle enthusiasts that turned violent.

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Democrat NY State Senator Found GUILTY (Enjoy the Criminality in New York Part II)

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Published on: July 24, 2015

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Another New York politician bites the dust.

After five and a half days of deliberation, a Brooklyn federal jury found state Sen. John Sampson guilty of an obstruction of justice rap and lying to federal agents Friday.

He was cleared of six of the nine counts he faced, including the top charge of conspiracy to obstruct justice that carried a maximum of 20 years in prison alone.

But the fallen politico still faces heavy prison time. Prosecutors said federal sentencing guidelines carry roughly 10 years in prison, and he must also forfeit his seat in the state senate after being convicted of the felonies.

“Today’s jury verdict reaffirms the fundamental principle that no one is above the law,” acting US Attorney Kelly Currie said after the verdict. “At the end of the day, it was his criminal self-interest that was his undoing as indicated by today’s jury verdict.”

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Republican NY State Senator Found GUILTY (Enjoy the Criminality in New York!)

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Published on: July 24, 2015

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Another pol bites the dust.

The No. 2 man in the state Senate was convicted Wednesday of lying to the FBI about using his political muscle to score a high-paying job for his son — just the latest in a growing line of Albany lawmakers convicted of a crime.

Sen. Tom Libous faces up to five years in prison when he is sentenced in White Plains federal court on Oct. 30. The felony conviction means the Binghamton Republican will have to relinquish his Senate seat.

“Public corruption is a scourge. Every New Yorker wants us to work as hard as possible to end it. But lies to law enforcement make the job of fighting corruption doubly difficult,” said US Attorney Preet Bharara, who has brought a series of corruption cases against Albany lawmakers, including former Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver and former Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos.

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