A would-be armed robber got a nasty surprise Wednesday when a bystander tackled him as he attempted to rob a Wawa convenience store in Sicklerville, New Jersey. The Good Samaritan said he acted instinctively to protect the store that he visits every day. 'Not in this Wawa,' Daryl, 52, who did not want to reveal his last name, told NBC10. 'We're not gonna have that nonsense. There are nice ladies in here that work here and they don't deserve it. Don't deserve it at all.' The have-a-go-hero was in the store shortly before 2am Wednesday picking up a cup of coffee and a bag of donuts when the armed man entered. The suspect, identified by police as Alexander Ray, 26, took out a handgun and ordered the store's staff and customers to lay on the floor, Daryl said. 'You know, aggressive voice. 'Get Down! Get down! Get down! Give me the money!' Daryl acted immediately, wrestling Ray to the ground. The two continued to fight all the way out of the door of the convenience store, until Daryl gained the upper hand. “He wanted me to let him go,” Daryl said. “He asked me could he get up and go. Said he was sorry that he came here and can I let him go. And that wasn’t happening.” Daryl, whose three children include one South Jersey police officer, managed to keep Ray restrained until police officers arrived - only to discover that the would-be robber's gun was not loaded. The suspect was taken into custody, while Daryl was left with minor injuries from the struggle.
Thirteen people were killed and 40 others wounded when six people launched a gun and bomb attack on the building in central Tehran and the nearby shrine to Ayatollah Khomeini.
Horrifying footage emerged online showing a woman being hit by a taxi and left lying in the middle of a crossroad for more than two minutes. Over 20 onlookers ignored the wounded pedestrian as they walked past her before an SUV ran her over for a second time. She was killed after the second accident, said the police. According to the statement, the traffic accident took place at the crossroad of Jiefang Avenue and Xueyuan Road in Zhumadian city, Henan Province, at 7:54pm on April 21. The victim has been identified by her surname Ma. Ms Ma was killed during the accident, said the statement. The two drivers, surnamed Zhang and Liu respectively, were found by the police on the morning of April 22. Zhumadian police said they are still investigating the incident. The drivers are expected to face prosecution.
This is the heart-stopping moment the London Bridge terrorists lunged to stab a drinker before being shot dead by armed police in a hail of 50 bullets. Terrifying CCTV footage emerged last night showing the final moments of terrorists Khuram Butt, Rachid Redouane, and Youssef Zaghba as their murderous rampage through the capital's Borough Market was brought to a bloody end. The video shows how they first tried unsuccessfully to enter the Wheatsheaf pub but were stopped by staff who barricaded the doors. After prowling outside they then spotted a pedestrian and launched themselves towards him and plunging knives into him. But the 23 seconds of mayhem ended when officers jumped from their still-moving Armed Response Vehicle and opened fire with assault rifles, shooting the terrorists dead. Amazingly, the terrorists' victim got up and staggered away to safety.
This is the moment the London Bridge terrorists were caught on CCTV laughing and hugging as they spoke together less than a week before their van and knife rampage. Khuram Butt, 27, Rachid Redouane, 30, and Youssef Zaghba, 22, met outside an all-Muslim gym in Ilford at ten minutes past midnight on Monday, May 29. The clandestine meeting was five days before the trio mounted a van and knife attack on drinkers that killed eight people and injured dozens before they were shot dead by police. Footage obtained by The Times showed the three terrorists talking outside the Ummah Fitness Centre, where Butt had a job. The film taken just after midnight on Monday May 29 showed how Redouane placed his mobile phone on a nearby pile of building materials, before the group moved out of camera for around 10 minutes. Redouan’s actions suggest they were concerned that they could have been monitored by the security services and took steps to ensure that their conversation was not overheard. At the end of the meeting the three extremists return to view in the CCTV clip and Redouan retrieved the mobile that he had left behind. He then unrolled his trousers grinning, as Zaghba hugged Butt, in the clip obtained by the Times. It is understood the footage is now being examined by police as part of their investigation into the three men. The CCTV ended as Zaghba and Redouane walk away and Butt went back to work at the gym – over the period of Ramadan it is open until 3am and is used as a space to conduct evening prayers. Khuram Butt, 27, worked at Ummah Fitness in Ilford with Sajeel Shahid, 41, a member of Anjem Choudary's al-Muhajiroun network who was accused of helping train the 7/7 bomb ringleader Mohammed Siddique Khan. Yet Butt was deemed a 'low priority' by police and MI5 despite his links to Choudary, Europe's most notorious hate preacher. The father-of-two, 27, was probed two years before his murderous rampage but officials downgraded the investigation because they did not suspect he was planning an attack. The London Bridge attacker himself became a supporter and trusted lieutenant of Choudary and he helped run high-octane mixed martial arts classes and he used the gym to approach young people for radicalisation, according to The Times. He was also a friend of masked murderer Siddhartha Dhar, dubbed 'Jihadi Sid', who was dubbed the new Jihadi John when he appeared in an gruesome ISIS execution film after fleeing to Syria.
Horrifying footage shows a five-year-old boy seemingly start to drown at a crowded pool in Helsinki, while other swimmers carry on oblivious to his plight. Footage posted to Imgur shows the youngster struggling in the water for several minutes before losing consciousness. User Irongross who posted the video, claims the boy was left unsupervised while his mother spent time in the sauna, although this statement has not as yet been verified. Thankfully the child was resuscitated after a woman finally noticed his body floating on the surface, and has not suffered any permanent harm.
Conservative newspaper columnist and TV host Andrew Bolt has been sprayed with glitter and "sticky liquid" outside a restaurant in Melbourne's inner north.
Showing CCTV footage on his Sky News program, Bolt said he was at a restaurant in Lygon Street in Carlton for the launch of a book on US President Donald Trump by RMIT professor Steve Kates.
He said he was sprayed after a woman requested a selfie.
"Two masked protesters then jumped me, spraying me in the face and all over my suit with some sticky liquid with glitter and dye," he said.
"Bad luck for them, of course, because I don't do running and hiding."
He said he gave one man "a big bruise on the left side of his face and another bruise between his legs".
"For which I apologise, I guess, but I don't really fight nice if I'm pushed too far."
Bolt said the other man ran away, while a third man filmed the incident.
Victoria Police confirmed they were investigating.
"The two males, who were wearing hooded jumpers, have thrown what is believed to be glitter and shaving cream at the victim," a police spokesman said.
"A short scuffle has taken place before the offenders fled the scene."
Police said no-one was injured.
Toronto, ON - At approximately 6:25 p.m., police receive a second radio call to the underground parking lot at 345 Dixon Road, for reports of a male who has been shot - officers arrive on scene and located a male in the underground parking lot who matches the description of the victim in the shooting at 1800 Martin Grove Rd. The victim was treated for apparent gunshot wounds and taken to hospital. The suspect is described as male, black, light complexion, 20-25 years, 5'8"-5'10", with a heavy build, braided hair and thin beard
Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office is looking for two men who robbed a Family Dollar at gunpoint.
Video footage showing a babysitter "vigorously" rocking a baby, in Xingtai City of north China's Hebei Province, has gone viral raising questions and condemnation of the "right way" to get a baby to sleep. The video has now been watched over 30,000 times with more than 24,154 people commenting on it. The baby was later sent to a hospital by the parents, and the doctor said the way the babysitter was "rocking" the baby might have caused a brain hemorrhage. The doctor said the babysitter's actions could have led to shaken baby syndrome which triggers severe brain damage, including subdural hematoma, retinal bleeding, and brain swelling. In a majority of cases there is no visible sign of external injury. Shaken baby syndrome occurs when someone violently shakes an infant out of frustration or anger, often because a child won't stop crying. Although shaking does eventually make the baby stop crying, the violent movement causes bruising, swelling, and bleeding.
NYPD surveillance video of a suspect in a stabbing on West 207th Street.
A CCTV has gone viral of Kurla station, where a girl is seen crossing the track and then getting hit by the long distance train. According to the police, she was talking on the phone and she failed to see the train. Scared she tried dodging the train by crossing the track but she got knocked down. Her starts were good that she got away with minor injuries.
A pensioner in China has been accused of molesting a 10-year-old girl before kissing her by force. The incident took place on a bus in Changzhou on the morning of June 5. In the footage, a man can be seen putting his arm around a girl before kissing her. In the video the girl can be seen boarding the bus and sitting down. She is sat next to another man. The girl can be seen moving around in her seat. She appears to look at the man who according to the footage is 78 years old. All of a sudden he puts his arm around the girl. He then pulls her closer and kisses her. She tries to pull away. As soon as she starts to pull away from the man, the bus driver can be heard shouting at him. She tells the young girl to come to the front of the bus and sit close to her. Other female passengers can be seen moving away from the man as the driver continues to shout at the man. She then tells passengers entering the vehicle not to sit next to the man. The driver then warns the young girl next time not to sit next to the man if she sees him again.
Security video shows a woman and a child suspected of working together to rip off a restaurant.
The crane operator pushes down its load on a coworker. Looks like a female operator, training
A Massachusetts man is facing multiple charges after allegedly attacking a man with chairs and tables inside a Dunkin' Donuts shop. Surveillance footage from inside the shop shows a man, identified as Tyleek Solomon, 22, of Cambridge, enter the restaurant and start attacking the victim. The victim told officers he did not know Solomon or why he had been attacked. Solomon is facing charges of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, disorderly conduct, malicious destruction to property, and assault and battery on a disabled person. Video Courtesy Cambridge Police Department
St. Petersburg, Florida police are looking for three teens who broke into a business, stealing more than $1,000 worth of merchandise. On May 28, 2017, just after midnight three teens (one is just off-camera acting as a lookout) broke into a closed business by throwing a chunk of concrete through the front glass door. They then entered and vaulted the counter where they stole cigarettes and lighters. On June 3rd the same trio broke into the business again, this time taking over $1,000.00 of cigarettes and lighters. Video Courtesy St. Petersburg Police Department
A mother has filed a lawsuit alleging excessive force after an Ohio police officer broke her 17-year-old daughter's jaw while escorting the girl out of a library. Sabrina Robinson is suing Officer Kevin Jones after her wrestled her daughter out of a Lakewood Public Library branch in November 2016. Video Courtesy Lakewood Police Department
CCTV footage has captured the moment a woman fought back against a man who tried to steal her handbag but clumsily tripped over during his getaway. The man attempted to rob the woman at Darra railway station in Brisbane's south about 5.30am Monday morning. In the video, the woman can be seen walking up a flight of stairs while a man dressed in black with red shoes and a blue cap stalks her. He then closes in on the woman at the top of the stairs and swipes her pink handbag. The woman immediately gives chase as the man struggles to gain his footing while attempting to run away. He then trips over his own feet and clumsily slams into a wall as the handbag's contents fly across the floor. The woman appears eager to capitalise on her advantage and leaps on top of the man and recaptures her handbag. He then regains his feet and sprints away from the scene. The woman was treated at the scene with minor injuries, Queensland police said. Police have described the man as Asian in appearance, in his early 20s and around 168cm tall. The man is believed to be part of a three-man group wanted for a string of other robberies to occur on Monday morning. Police said the man was involved in the theft of a black Holden Commodore about 2am. The man was seen exiting the stolen vehicle before he attempted to steal the woman's handbag, police said. A third incident occurred about 6.50am when three men exited the stolen vehicle and suspiciously followed a woman. Shortly after the group stole a handbag and a blue Kia Cerato from a woman in nearby Inala, police said.
Hilarious video shows the moment that a thief tried to steal 15 bottles of motor oil and 30 DVDs from a convenience store by stuffing them in his baggy jeans, before je was caught by an undercover cop. The incident happened last Thursday at a 7-Eleven in Lakeland, Florida, according to a Facebook post from the Polk County Sheriff's Office. The post says that Detective Phil Ryan was sitting in an unmarked car in the 7-Eleven's parking lot when he saw 38-year-old William J. Hall walk into the store wearing very baggy jeans. Hall then turned down the first aisle and proceeded to stuff 15 bottles of Penzoil and 30 discounted DVDs in his jeans, in plain view of the cop sitting outside. The video shows Hall walking into the store with baggy jeans and leaving moments later, his pants very much inflated with the stolen goods. He then walks back to his car, right past Ryan's work vehicle, noticeably straining to carry the loot. Ryan gets out of the car and is then seen escorting Hall back into the store, where Hall pulls out the stolen goods and returns them to an employee behind the counter. Hall was later charged with petit theft. Since it was his third arrest for petit theft, the charge is now a felony. 'Mr. Hall, the next time you need some motor oil and last-minute gifts, please pay for them. That guy in the car outside might just be a plainclothes detective,' the Polk County Sheriff's Office said in the Facbook post.
Right wing commentator Andrew Bolt was attacked by two masked men who sprayed him with glitter at a book launch. The Sky News pundit was approached for a selfie by a woman when the pair rushed him, knocking the woman aside and spraying him. 'They jumped me, spraying me in the face and all over my suit with some sticky liquid with some glitter and dye,' he said of the 'cowardly' attack. CCTV footage from the restaurant in Carlton, Melbourne, showed Mr Bolt fighting back, knocking over several chairs and tables in the process. He was seen wrestling with and punching one of them in the face at least once before he pushed him over and the other fled. The controversial personality said he also kicked one of them between the legs off camera, and one of them would have a bruise on the left side of his face. 'Bad luck for them I don't do running and hiding,' he said. 'I apologise [for the kick between the legs], I guess, but I don't fight nice if I'm pushed too far.' Police were looking for the two men who were wearing hoodies, along with a third man holding a camera who took photos of or filmed the fight. Mr Bolt claimed the cameraman loitered outside the restaurant for half an hour waiting to photograph him. Victoria Police said a 'short scuffle' took place in which the pair threw shaving cream and glitter before fleeing. Mr Bolt was at the restaurant to help launch The Art of the Impossible, a book about Donald Trump by Steve Kates. He is arguably the most controversial commentator in Australia whose regular column in the Herald Sun has caused so much outrage his 2006 'best of' book was titled Still Not Sorry. On Sunday he claimed Britain had 'imported the start of a civil war' by 'opening the gates to mass immigration from the Middle East and Africa'. Mr Bolt said Australia did the same 'suicidal insanity' by allowing Lebanese and Sudanese refugees in and the government must now 'shut the gates'. Last Wednesday he slammed Aboriginal leaders for requesting a 'First Nations Voice enshrined in the Constitution', calling it racism. 'Are you insane? Can’t you see you’re playing with fire not to oppose this?' he said. On the same day he attacked ASIO boss Duncan Lewis for insisting there was no evidence to suggest there was a link between refugees and terrorism. Mr Bolt listed several prominent Muslim refugees who became terror suspects and declared 'bringing in Muslim refugees does indeed expose us to more danger'. Earlier he defended the man who slapped a pie into Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce's face over his pro-gay marriage stance. He also said Donald Trump was right to sack FBI boss James Comey, despite the firing being almost universally condemned by experts.
CCTV cameras caught a migrant from war-torn Syria slamming a woman's head against the ground while attempting to rob her.
Watches demand brutally assaults the woman with several punches to the face before resorting to slamming her skull against the pavement multiple times until she lied lifeless.
This is yet another example of migrants entering neighboring countries and acting like savages to the local population.
Shocking CCTV footage has shown the moment a woman was led by the hand to a quiet street near London's busy Covent Garden where she was gang raped.
The 34-year-old woman had been out with friends in the area, which is popular for its fancy bars and restaurants, and was making her way home.
As she walked down Greek Street around 12:15am on March 20 she was approached by three MUSLIM men, with one taking her by the hand and appearing to act as a Good Samaritan.
Footage showed one holding her hand and leading her along the street with the other two following separately at a short distance behind.
The men led her to a secluded area of Slingsby Place, where at least two of them raped her.
The street, which runs between Jamie's Italian and SUDA Thai Cafe, is also a busy nightlife spot, and police have released CCTV footage in a bid to catch the suspects.
Detective Constable Ben Lucas, from the Met's Sexual Offences, Exploitation and Child Abuse Command, said: 'This was a terrifying ordeal for the victim who naturally remains extremely distressed by what happened.
A woman from Wuhan missed her flight to Paris and secured a position on the Air France blacklist for repeatedly slapping an airport worker on Thursday.
A man in Turkey as been arrested after accidentally shooting his friend dead while fooling around with a gun. The incident was captured on CCTV security cameras in an office in Istanbul, Turkey. The victim, named only has Yigit A, 30, had gone to visit his friend, Baris K, in his office when the the shooting occurred. The incident happened in the Zeytinburnu district on the European side of Istanbul, just outside the walls of the ancient city. While they were chatting, Baris K pulled a handgun from the drawer of his desk, pointed it at his friend and pulled the trigger. But to his horror, it turned out that the gun was loaded and he shot Yigit A in the chest. The men ran out of the office where Yigit A collapsed in Baris K's arms. Baris K unbuttoned the shirt of his friend and asked passersby to call an ambulance. Paramedics arrived quickly on the scene but Yigit A had already died by the time emergency responders arrived. Police later arrested the distraught Baris A, who has already appeared in court and been convicted of killing Yigit A. He has been remanded in custody pending a further hearing which will be held to decide his sentence.
An armed gang battered a man with a baseball bat, a crowbar and a screwdriver during a vicious attack in a convenience store. Shocking footage shows the 23-year-old victim cowering as the three men and a woman brutally attack him in the shop in Colchester, Essex. A witness said there was 'blood everywhere' after the brawl and compared the incident to a scene from an action film. Shop owner Tahir Onuk, 40, said the man had sprinted into Harris Way Express newsagents to hide from his attackers. He recalled: 'He ran into the shop scared and I said what happened and scared he said ''Don't ask me, I'm not here''. 'They pushed me and started fighting each other, I called the police and said 'There's people killing each other'. 'As soon as I called the police they all went away, and they started fighting behind a school. 'It was like something from a film, I couldn't believe what I was seeing. 'There was blood everywhere.' In Mr Onuk's CCTV footage shows the man brutally battered at the end of shelves as the brawl spills into a chiller and bursts into a backroom. He then then tries to fight off the thugs as they rain blows down on him, but is left bloodied and dazed. Mr Onuk explained that the victim fled the store before emergency services arrived. He was later found unconscious in a nearby alley, before being taken to Colchester Hospital. It is thought the suspects sped off in a black Vauxhall Astra and a silver Ford Focus. A resident, who asked not to be named, said: 'It is awful, this is supposed to be a lovely estate. 'There was blood everywhere, all over the shop floor, the victim had his eyes busted and his face where they repeatedly hit him. 'I saw the man badly beaten on a stretcher.' A spokesman for Essex Police said: 'Police received a number of reports of an assault and criminal damage by a large group of men in John Hammond Close, Colchester shortly after 8.15pm. 'The men were believed to have been using baseball bats and hammers and a number of cars have been damaged. 'A 23-year-old man was found unconscious in Berechurch Road and was taken to Colchester Hospital.' 'The man has regained consciousness and treatment is ongoing but his injuries are not thought to be life-threatening. 'The suspects are believed to have driven off in a black Vauxhall Astra, and a silver Ford Focus 'Witnesses or anyone with information is asked to contact Colchester CID on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.'
A horrifying video has emerged of a gunman walk up to a car and ruthlessly shoot another man to death. The gunman, wearing a red top with the hood pulled up to conceal his identity, can be seen walking calmly to the car before murdering his victim at 6.30pm on Friday. 26-year-old Terrell Ortiz, was parked in a white Nissan Altima on a street in Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York, when he was repeatedly shot in the leg and chest at close range. He was pronounced dead a short time later after he was rushed to Woodhull Hospital. The deceased man's family said that they do not know why anyone would kill him. His uncle William Mendez told the New York Daily News: 'He was starting to do good things for himself and it's unfortunate that someone had it out for him. 'If I had known who he is, I probably go kill him, or turn him in to the police. 'He's going to be gone for the rest of his life because they're going to put him in prison - and was it worth it?' No arrests have been made so far and the investigation is ongoing. Police are currently looking for a heavy-set Hispanic male in his 20’s in connection with the deadly shooting. Anyone with information is asked to call the NYPD's Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS.
A 64-year-old woman was dragged through the parking lot of a Broward County gas station on Friday, June, 2, 2017, after the robbers stole her purse and pinned her arm in their car door, according to Davie police. Please call (954) 693-8200 if you have any information about this incident.
CCTV footage has captured the terrifying moment a car drove at high speed over a series of wheelie bins, before crashing into a row of parked cars. The footage from Mobil Grove Road Papakura in New Zealand, which was posted on their Facebook page, captures a seemingly normal day, with cars coming and going from the petrol station. Suddenly, a car appears in the top left corner of the screen speeding down a grassy verge. It drives full speed over the top of a line of wheelie bins, sending rubbish flying into the air and across the road. It continues, half on the road, and speeds straight into the back of a line of four parked cars on the side of the road opposite the petrol station. The car smashes into the back of small red car, which in turn is pushed into the car in front of it, which then hits the car in front of that, creating a domino effect. Manager Kuldeeb Bajwa told 1 NEWS the incident took place on Wednesday at 10.20am when he was at the back of the petrol station. 'I ran from the back when I heard the crash,' Mr Bajwa said. Police told 1 NEWS ambulance staff assessed two patients at the scene. The driver of the car was taken to hospital. One woman commented on the Facebook posted with a photo of her red Corolla, which was hit first in the crash. 'The aftermath of me (sic) and John Watt's car the last thing we needed with our first baby due on the 28th of this month lol. R.I.P to the mighty Corolla,' she wrote.
Palm Beach County Jail officials have released video showing Tiger Woods take a breathalyzer test following his arrest earlier this week. The test concluded negative and no alcohol was found in his system. Police believe Mr. Woods may have been under the influence of other substances however. The pro golfer mentioned he has been taking prescription medicine to cope with a recent back surgery, and that he may have had an adverse reaction. Further investigations are still ongoing.
The man who allegedly stole the backpack and wedding ring of a hero Army vet in Portland last week has been arrested. After two young Muslim women were harassed, two heroes stepped in but lost their lives when they were stabbed by an alleged white supremacist. As one of the heroes lay dying on the train, a man allegedly stole his backpack and wedding ring. On Friday, a week after the stabbing, he was arrested.
Philippines Resorts World Manila on Saturday has released surveillance footage showing the attack on its casino. The video shows a man entering the casino complex on Friday, firing off shots and using gasoline to torch gaming tables. 37 died from smoke inhalation, police said. Following the attack, the gunman fled to an adjoining hotel and killed himself.