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The male suspect had allegedly accused the victim of leering at his girlfriend, WABC-TV reported.
The verbal dispute escalated, and the female suspect brandished a hammer and struck the victim in his head, police said. Video shows that as she continued to smash the victim with the hammer outside the store, the male suspect fired one shot from a gun and struck the side of the building.
Authorities asked anyone with information about the assault to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782).
On Jan. 5, authorities arrested Montgomery’s biological father and stepmother, Adam Montgomery and Kayla Montgomery.
Adam Montgomery, whose criminal history of violence includes pleading guilty to shooting a man in a drug-fueled robbery in 2014, nevertheless secured sole custody of his daughter Harmony on Feb. 22, 2019, and moved her to New Hampshire. Her mother, Crystal Sorey, had to surrender Harmony to the state of Massachusetts in the summer of 2018.
Montgomery’s family claims the last time they saw her was after Thanksgiving in 2019. Police last saw the now-7-year-old in September 2019.
Between July 1 and July 22 of 2019, Adam Montgomery allegedly punched the girl, who was 5 at the time and with visual impairments that included blindness in her right eye, in the face.
Senior vice president at PETA Kathy Guillermo discusses an NIH-funded experiment subjecting male monkeys to hormone treatment in HIV/AIDS research.
Ryan Grim breaks down the content of the NIH emails released by the House Oversight Committee GOP.
The Seattle Police Department released video of the incident, showing a K9 team, an SPD patrol officer, and a patrol sergeant contacting the burglary suspect.
The video shows the suspect, who was armed with a machete and a knife, fatally stabbing Police Dog Jedi before an officer opens fire, fatally striking the suspect.
A surveillance camera captured a photo of the suspect – as he reached through the drive-thru window armed with a handgun.
Meanwhile, Milwaukee police continue to seek Derrick Ellis – the person they say is responsible for fatally shooting Niesha Harris-Brazell, the cashier on duty at the restaurant at the time. Police say Ellis fired shots at the armed robber – and Harris-Brazell was struck.
Ellis, 34, is an employee of the Burger King who now faces a single charge of possession of a firearm by an outstate felon. A warrant has been issued for his arrest.
Affidavit: Woman left one toddler tied up with black eye and bloody lip; other toddler trapped inside playpen
Priscilla Ann Salais, 37, was taken into custody Tuesday on two counts of endangering a child.
Firefighters forced their way into the room, and found the children inside. The girl’s wrists and ankles were tied, and the bindings were tied together, according to the affidavit. She had visible injuries, including a black eye and bloody lip, according to the arrest affidavit.
The boy was found in a playpen “that was completely covered” by a changing table and baby carrier, trapping the child within the enclosure. The boy’s diaper was “heavily soiled,” according to the affidavit.
“What she did to these children is unforgivable,” Police Chief William McManus said about the arrest on Tuesday.
“I was just charged with 18 different counts, that was dropped to 10, that was dropped to one. When I shouldn’t be out right now. I disrupted somebody’s life. I traumatized somebody because of how I felt in a situation,” Luther Trent said, according to WBFF.
“Personally, yes, I want to be out but principally, no I shouldn’t be out because I could have done a lot more damage than I did. I was expecting to get time. People who were in that situation, they should expect to get time.”
Trent pleaded guilty to one count of first-degree arson after setting his ex-girlfriend’s house on fire while she and her two roommates were inside in May of last year. He was released from jail after serving fewer than six months due to a plea deal from the Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office.
A “realistic” guerrilla war will be fought across two dozen North Carolina counties in the coming weeks, with young soldiers battling seasoned “freedom fighters,” according to the U.S. Army.
Called Robin Sage, the exercise serves as a final test for Special Forces Qualification Course training and it places candidates in a politically unstable country known as Pineland.
The candidates face off against seasoned service members from units across Fort Bragg, as well as specially trained civilians, officials said. The setting is “characterized by armed conflict,” forcing the students to solve problems in a real world setting, the center says.
Advance public notice of “the U.S. military’s premiere unconventional warfare exercise” became a priority in 2002, after one soldier was killed and another wounded when a Moore County sheriff’s deputy mistook Robin Sage exercises for criminal activity.
While COVID killed almost five times as many officers as firearms-related incidents, gun deaths also jumped last year.
The Fox News contributor joined ‘The Faulkner Focus’ to discuss new emails alleging Education Secretary Miguel Cardona solicited a controversial memo to the NSBA comparing parents to domestic terrorists.
The Post Millennial’s Ari Hoffman interviews Sebastian Gorka about his dealings with Pelosi’s Jan 6 committee after they requested his phone records.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell ripped into President Joe Biden’s comparison of his political opponents to segregationists during his call for Democrats to eliminate the filibuster and pass a pair of election bills.
Several senators in Biden’s own party, most notably Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona, oppose eliminating or weakening the filibuster.
Glenn Greenwald, Emily Jashinsky, and Kim Iversen discuss the FBI’s refusal to deny their involvement in January 6.
The ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’ host exposes Biden’s condescending treatment of Americans in his opening monologue.
Fox News’ senior political analyst explains how Biden is affecting the Democrats’ popularity and says former President Obama never took the then-vice president seriously on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight.’
Candace Owens says Jan 6 was “a dress rehearsal” for Democrats to start cracking down on anyone who opposes them
Candace Owens says Jan 6 was “a dress rehearsal” for Democrats to start cracking down on anyone who opposes them.
Vanessa Martins Figueiredo: 13-Year-Old Dies After Receiving Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine, Investigation Launched
Vanessa Martins Figueiredo received her first shot on November 9th and developed Bell’s Palsy five days later.
The teenager from the city of Araranguá suffered facial paralysis and weakness on one side of her face just five days after the Pfizer jab and was diagnosed with Bell’s Palsy. She underwent treatment with the medicine corticosteroids (an anti-inflammatory) for her condition.
However, her health worsened over the weeks and she was hospitalized on December 29th with respiratory problems. The 13-year-old was then intubated and transferred to the Joana de Gusmão Children’s Hospital in Florianópolis on January 2nd.
Vanessa passed away eight days later on Monday, January 10th.
A healthy 18-year-old model from São Paulo, Brazil has died shortly after developing blood clots, reports Brazilian news outlet G1 Globo. Valentina Boscardin, the daughter of TV presenter and businesswoman Marcia Boscardin, was hospitalized on January 6th with thrombosis (blood clots) and pneumonia.
The double-vaccinated teenager died a few days later on January 9th as a result of “COVID-19” according to Brazilian media.
However, the 18-year-old was healthy and had no underlying health issues according to her mother.
IDF soldier injured in terror attack; Houthis in Yemen threaten maritime sphere TV7Israel News 12.01
1) A Palestinian motorist rammed his vehicle into a group of IDF troops that were securing the route adjacent to an Israeli West Bank community.
2) Saudi-backed government forces in Yemen manage to repel an Iranian-backed Houthi attack in the Shabwa province, adjacent to Ma’rib governorate.
3) The U.S. State Department asserts that more progress is needed in order to salvage the 2015 nuclear agreement with the Islamic Republic of Iran.
According to the head of the city’s emergency services, a car bomb exploded on a road leading to the airport in Mogadishu on Wednesday, killing at least eight people.
Mohamed Osman, a Mogadishu local, said the blast shattered the walls and ceiling of a mosque where he was worshipping nearby.
“A car bomb targeted a convoy, including bulletproof cars using Avisione street, we do not know who owns the convoy,” the head of the city’s ambulance service, Abdikadir Abdirahman, was quoted as saying by news agencies.
“We carried eight dead people from the scene.”
The Somali National News Agency reported “unspecified casualties”.
The state media report came a day after the militaries of the United States, South Korea and Japan said they detected North Korea firing a suspected ballistic missile into its eastern sea.
The launch was North Korea’s second test of its purported hypersonic missile in a week, a type of weaponry it first tested in September, as Kim Jong Un continues a defiant push to expand his nuclear weapons capabilities in the face of international sanctions, pandemic-related difficulties and deadlocked diplomacy with the United States.
The North has been ramping up its testing activity since last fall, demonstrating various missiles and delivery systems apparently designed to overwhelm missile defense systems in the region.
NATO said on Wednesday it was willing to talk to Russia about arms control and missile deployments but would not allow Moscow to veto Ukraine’s ambition to join the alliance, warning of a real risk of a new war in Europe.
The offer by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg addressed only a fraction of the sweeping demands presented by Russia, which has forced the West to the negotiating table by massing some 100,000 troops near the border with Ukraine. It was not immediately clear how Moscow would respond.
Stoltenberg said after four hours of talks between alliance ambassadors and a Russian delegation in Brussels that NATO would not let Moscow dictate security arrangements to other countries and create dangerous spheres of influence.
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