Police are searching for a man caught stealing a pick-up truck with a young child by his side. The brazen man was spotted on camera walking by the truck in a tobacco store parking lot in Phoenix, Arizona, on Friday. The incident took place in the area of 17th Street and Indian School. The man, wearing a checked shirt, can be seen walking by the truck with the young boy following close behind him. The man circles around the pick-up before jumping inside the vehicle and speeding away. The shocked truck owner ran out of the store and chased after his stolen vehicle. He managed to jump on the back of the truck at a junction but soon fell off and an ambulance was called. Local police are still looking for the man and are appealing for anyone who recognizes him to come forward. Rod Williamson, who owns a business in the area, told Fox 10: 'The customer just bolted through the door. 'I'm assuming he just left the restaurant and just walking by, and notices there is a truck sitting there and no one is in it,' said Williamson, referring to the suspect.
Philadelphia, PA, 24 March, 2017 - On March 24, 2017, at 6:18 pm, 35th District Officers responded to a radio call for a person with a gun on the 5000 block of North 5th Street. When the officers arrived they located the victim, a 30 year-old-male, lying on the highway suffering from multiple gunshot wounds to his torso and was transported to Einstein Medical Center where he was treated for his injuries. Surveillance video depict that while on the 500 block of West Ruscomb Street an unknown black male approached the victim armed with a handgun and began chasing him towards 5th Street. The suspect then fled the area on foot and was last seen running east on the 400 Block of Ruscomb Street. Suspect Description: Black male, 20-30 years-of-age, medium complected, light beard, medium build, wearing a dark colored knit ski hat, dark colored coat with a white logo on the left chest, camouflage pants, and dark colored boots. If you see this suspect do not approach, contact 911 immediately. To submit a tip via telephone, dial 215.686.TIPS (8477) or text a tip to PPD TIP or 773847. All tips will be confidential.
A man was almost injured twice in a traffic accident that occurred in Suyu District, Suqian City of east China's Jiangsu Province, recently. The surveillance video shows that a man, the electric bicycle rider, had been attempting to cross the road before the accident. He just looked left to a medicine box on his hand, without noticing an approaching minibus. At a high speed, the minibus collided with the electric bicycle. Worried about the injured man, the driver of the minibus hurried to get off the vehicle to check him, forgetting to use hand brake to stop the minibus. At that moment, the minibus began to move backward, and almost rolled over the man lying on ground. "Fortunately, the minibus did not roll over the man. According to the medical diagnosis, the man surnamed Chen was injured on chest, with some ribs fractured," said Chen Tong, a traffic policeman. The man has already left the hospital after treatment.
On Feb. 24, 2017 an armed suspect enters a Mobil gas station at 901 W. Sample Road in Deerfield Beach and demands that an employee open the register. The clerk complies until the armed robber insists that the cash drawer be placed in a backpack. That’s when the worker tries to stop the theft by grabbing the gun. The two struggle briefly before the robber pulls away the cash drawer and runs off with an undisclosed amount of cash.
An employee at a northern Kentucky Home Depot was thrown from the top of a car while trying to stop a shoplifter. Surveillance video from the store shows the shoplifter, wearing a red shirt, snatching a toolbox and running out the door. A woman from the store's asset protection team chases the suspect and jumps on top of his car as he tries to drive away. The car suddenly stops and the woman falls to the pavement. The driver got away and is still on the run. The woman suffered a concussion and bruised hip. Please call (859) 727-2424 if you have any information about this incident.
Dude Tries The Bench Press At A Barber Shop & Fails Miserably!
A woman has been filmed running for her life as a truck veers off a rain-soaked road and hits a pole only metres away from her. The video shows the large truck career off the wet asphalt as it travelled along Warringah Road in Mona Vale, north of Sydney. The driver can be seen losing control of the vehicle as it miraculously avoids hitting other cars on the road and hurtles towards pedestrians on the footpath. A terrified female pedestrian can be seen darting away from the heavy truck as it eventually smashes into a light pole, sending sparks into the sky. As the truck driver left the vehicle he appears to wave his arms in disbelief as he gestures towards other motorists who witnessed the crash. 'There was a lot of drivers yelling at him, saying "you could have killed us, you idiot",' witness Tamra Moore told 9NEWS No one was injured in the crash which occurred during peak hour traffic on a rainy day in Sydney's northern beaches.
Another day of news dominated by refugee and Black Central African crimes. In this event a tradie helps a petrol station attendant during a robbery by an African Gang in Hampton Park, Melbourne.
Nine News. African Bandits Rampage Petrol Station.
Churu, Rajasthan: In an incident of road rage, a biker smashed an auto-driver’s head with brick after the auto-rickshaw driver threatened to stab him with a screw-driver. The CCTV footage of the incident that took place in Sardar Shahar town of Churu district in Rajasthan shows an auto driver, Mustaq, trying to overtake another vehicle in front of him. A milkman, Hiralal, was approaching from the opposite direction on his motorcycle and narrowly crossed the auto. Irked, Hiralal got off and began to argue. The altercation went on for a while, and a crowd assembled around them and tried to pacify the two. However, Mustaq pulled out a pointed object from his bag and charged towards Hiralal and attempted to stab him. Enraged, Hiralal picked up a large slab of cement and hit Mustaq’s head, killing him on the spot. Hiralal has been arrested on charges of murder.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Police in Virginia are looking to identify a woman who impersonated a Target employee so that she could steal over $40,000 worth of iPhones. Investigators say on March 15 an unidentified woman walked into a Target store in Alexandria dressed as an employee. The woman gained access to the store’s stock room, where she placed over $40,000 worth of iPhones in a box and then left. Fairfax County police say in a statement the suspect is not affiliated with the store, but appears to have knowledge of store procedures, employee hours and the location of the iPhones in the stockroom.
On Tuesday, March 28 the Simply Mac Store located in Tyler had $9,300 worth of laptop computers stolen.
Cops are seeking information on two burglars caught on camera assaulting and robbing a woman. The robbery took place in Everett, Washington on Thursday, when two men broke into a home in the city 30 miles north of Seattle. The video was released by the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office which is seeking information about the incident and the suspects. The two suspects can be seen testing the locked door behind which a woman is hiding in the video. One man kicks the door in and the woman can be heard screaming off camera. Police say the home invaders ripped the jewelry off of the woman, assaulting her. Cops ask anyone with information to call detectives at 425-388-5258.
St. Petersburg Police Department is looking for the man caught on surveillance video robbing a Walgreens at gunpoint.
A bus carrying 21 people narrowly escaped a giant sinkhole following a sudden road collapse in Nanning city, south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, last Friday. Surveillance camera footage shows the rear wheels of the bus was almost caught in the hole. Luckily, no passengers were injured in the accident. Local authorities investigated and found after radar detection that there was no cavity under the road surface. Some people have speculated that the construction of a subway nearby caused the collapse. But the staff from the construction company said they didn’t do excessive excavation work. Local expert found out some underground pipelines were removed, which led to the sinkhole. Further investigation is underway. After the video went viral online, many netizens have praised the driver of another bus, who slammed on the brakes to stop the bus just in front of the sinkhole.
A man has claimed that his maid had become possessed by evil spirits after she started starring wide eyed and acting bizarrely around the house. But when homeowner Nurul Baker looked back at CCTV footage inside his family home he was shocked to see the woman creeping around in a white dress and walking in a zombie-like state. In the footage she can be seen with her long hair dangling around her face with her head bowed and and times she seems to point at non-existent things in the distance. The footage shot at Nurul’s apartment in Singapore went viral - with some viewers terrified and others believing the maid was faking so she could leave the job.
A masked gang launched a Molotov cocktail through the window of a car as its owners slept peacefully in their beds just feet away. The shocking attack was carried out by three men outside a residential property in Selly Park, Birmingham, in the early hours of the morning on January 15. Captured on CCTV, the three men run up to the Mercedes before one smashes the petrol bomb through a window. Thankfully the home-owners were not harmed in the attack, after they were awoken by the sound of the glass smashing and raised the alarm before the fire could spread. West Midlands Police are now hunting those responsible and believe that people in the local area may be able to help. A spokesman said: 'The blaze could easily have caused more damage or resulted in serious injury as it was parked so close to the house. 'The three men in the CCTV have their faces covered, but officers believe someone may have seen them in the area, or may know who is responsible.'
An armed robber was caught on camera holding up a convenience store in Washington DC. Unfortunately for him, he did not remember to disguise himself until the robbery was already underway. Police in the city have released a video showing the robbery, which happened at a 7-Eleven store on March 21. The man pointed a gun at the cashier and demanded cash. Having walked into the building, in full view of cameras, he only noticed his mask was not on once he was standing at the counter. He pulled it down, but a full view of his face had already been captured. The robber was seen fleeing the scene of the crime with a handful of money. Anyone who recognizes the robber has been asked to call DC police on 202-727-9099, or by text message at 50411.
Police have arrested a suspect in connection with the vandalism at a mosque near Colorado State University, a case they are investigating as a hate crime. Joseph Scott Giaquinto, 35, was arrested on suspicion of several charges, including a crime motivated by bias, after he allegedly overturned benches, broke windows and threw a Bible into the Islamic Center of Fort Collins. Giaquinto lives across the street from the center, and is a former army combat medic who served for eight years in several middle eastern countries including Iraq and Baghdad. Police had asked for the public's help in the case, and released surveillance footage of the crime in the hopes of identifying Giaquinto. His father Michael told the Coloradoan that he noticed his son sometimes being gloomy and moody, and that he had been raised in a Christian household. He said: 'No matter what we find out happened, my son is a good man,' 'He served his country well. Even if he was involved, and I'm not saying he was, it would just indicate that he was in a kind of a bad place.' In one of the video clips, a man wearing a hoodie, initially believed to be in his late teens or early 20s, is shown picking up a paving stone and walking away. In another clip, he kicks a door. A police spokeswoman said that she did not have details on how police came to identify Giaquinto as the suspect. The Islamic Center's president, Tawfik Aboellail, said the man tried to break into the mosque about 4 a.m. Sunday, but he did not get inside. The arrest brings slight comfort to the community, who are still rattled by the act. 'There is a better sense of security, but we are not out of the woods yet,' Aboellail said. The vandalism prompted the center to cancel religious classes for children that morning, but also led to an outpouring of support from other Fort Collins residents. Congregants from Plymouth Congregational Church visited after their morning service, and later about 1,000 people gathered at the mosque for a rally of support organized by a rabbi Sunday evening. Many have also been making donations on GoFundMe titled 'Protect Our Religious Spaces' to pay for repairs and improved security at the center. The Council on American-Islamic Relations had urged police to investigate the case as a possible hate crime. This latest act against a house of Muslim worship comes after the organization reported 33 threats, vandalizations or acts of arson targeting a mosque having occurred between January 1 and March 20, 2017. Over the same time period in 2016, CAIR reported 19 similar incidents. In a forthcoming report conducted by the organization, figures are expected to show a 40 percent increase in anti-Muslim hate crimes from 2015 to 2016, and a more than 50 percent increase in more general acts of anti-Muslim bias. Police Chief John Hutto, who attended the support rally, said the incident has a 'very real impact on our Muslim friends and neighbors.' 'The criminal act against their sacred space is unacceptable,' he said in a statement. US Representative for the 2nd District of Colorado Jared Polis tweeted a few hours later: 'The vandalism that occurred at the Islamic Center in Fort Collins is unacceptable. It's time for us to stand in unity. These acts must end.' The vandalism comes about a month after someone threw a rock through a window at a mosque in the Denver area. The incident at the Colorado Muslim Society was also captured on surveillance video, but no one has been arrested. Investigators in the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office have exhausted their leads, spokeswoman Julie Brooks said Monday.
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A student from China plunged off his school building last week after a teacher had taken away his mobile phone during class. The teenage boy had apparently been playing games on his phone in class, according to Chinese media. He was taken to the hospital immediately and suffered 'non-life-threatening' injuries. The incident occurred on the morning of March 22 in Tanghe County, central China's Henan Province, reported China.com. The student, identified as Liu, is reportedly a first grade student at a secondary school in Tanghe. His age has not been reported, but students in that grade are typically 15 years old. According to a surveillance video clip shared on Chinese social media, Liu stood on the balcony of his school building during a break between classes. A number of other students were relaxing near him. Two female students, who stood next to Liu, appeared to be shocked as Liu climbed over the railing and suddenly jumped. It remains unclear how high the balcony is. The Education and Sports Bureau of Tanghe County released a statement in the evening of March 24, according to China.com. The statement confirmed the incident. The statement also said that the police authority had carried out an investigation into the incident. According to the police, Liu's teacher confiscated his mobile phone because he had been playing games on it during class. Liu was apparently unhappy about losing his phone and resorted to drastic measures. The local authority has set up a team to carry out further investigation into the matters. The team comprises officials from the local propaganda, education, police and health departments. Liu is currently in hospital and his condition is stable, said the statement.
A shocking video shows a daycare worker picking a four-year-old girl up by the arm and slamming her on the ground before taking her to a corner 'to clean up her blood'.
Gregory Diglin was charged with injury to a child after he was captured on surveillance footage yelling at a little girl before slamming her on the floor at Children's Lighthouse Daycare in Spring, Texas, on Wednesday.
After the child began screaming in pain, Diglin took her to a corner of the room and tried to clean up her blood, according to Montgomery County police. Officials were alerted to the situation after the child's mother called police and said her child was assaulted after she noticed her daughter had a split lip.Jeff Kemp, the family's attorney, said to KHOU: 'The little girl is actually quite smart and was able to explain very well for a four-year-old what had happened.'
He added: 'What happened is every parent's worst nightmare.'
The daycare video shows Diglin yelling at the child because she wouldn't get off the floor. He says to her: 'Don't tell me no! Get off the floor!' Diglin is then seen taking a step towards the child, grabbing her by the arm and throwing her to the ground.
Almost immediately, the girl wails in pain and Diglin then seems concerned and softens his tone.
He tells the girl to come with him and leads her away from the view of the camera.Police said Diglin then attempted to clean up the girl's blood. Officials also reported that although she is expected to make a full recovery she may have long-term dental trauma.
Diglin is now being held at the Montgomery County Jail on a $200,000 bond, reported ABC 7.
Chief Matthew Rodrigue of Montgomery County Constables Office, Precinct 3 said to KHOU: 'It is a high bond. This is a pretty violent action toward a very small child. We take these things very seriously in Montgomery County.'
He added to Click2Houston: 'The child has sustained injuries to the face and mouth area, busted lips, damage to the gums, featured dental damage as well.'Children's Lighthouse Daycare released a statement on Friday that said: 'A teacher who is now no longer employed at Children’s Lighthouse of Spring Harmony acted in a manner that neither we nor our franchisee accept or condone.
'The owners of Children’s Lighthouse of Spring Harmony terminated the teacher’s employment immediately.
'Children’s Lighthouse Franchise Company and the owners of Children’s Lighthouse of Spring Harmony are cooperating with local authorities to ensure that the situation is handled properly.'
Surveillance camera in a village in southern China captured a horrible scene on Friday, when a truck plowed directly into a group of schoolchildren, killing three and injured two.
The tragedy happened in a village in Guiping city, in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. School staff placed traffic cones in the road to allow the pupils to cross safely. However, just a few seconds later, a truck which seemingly had trouble braking ran directly into the pupils. One child was killed outright in the collision, with two others dying later in hospital.
A mother protecting her 10-year-old daughter and 3-year-old son from a would-be robber thwarted his plans earlier this month when she pulled a shotgun on him. Surveillance video shows the alleged thief attempting to enter their Florida home on March 4.
A young man with autism and his friend were viciously attacked and beaten as they walked home from a grocery store on Richmond’s Southside. The attack happened on Saturday, March 18.
The whole thing was captured on camera.
The victim said he hoped people who saw the video would recognize what he called "a vicious gang of kids."
"A bunch of kids just jumped him," the victim's father said.
CBS 6 hid the identity of the victim, who was thrown to the ground, kicked, stomped, and hit in the face.
Blindsided and beaten, the victim suffered a black eye and broken nose. He said he knew it could have been worse.
"They slammed me to the ground and beat the crap out of me,” he said. “My eyes were black, missing teeth, got up, and I was dizzy and dripping blood."
A former Russian MP who had fled to Ukraine was shot dead on a busy street in central Kiev on Thursday.
This is the terrifying moment two passengers narrowly escaped unharmed when an escalator crumpled into pieces at a subway station in eastern China. One passenger suffered minor injuries to his leg in the incident which took place in Suzhou yesterday. The railway company attended to the scene and repaired the escalator four hours after the accident.According to Yangtse.com, the accident happened at the no. 4 exit of Lindun Lu station in Suzhou city at 10:30 am yesterday. Surveillance footage from the railway station shows the moment two passengers get on the escalator. The stairs then start to pile up at the bottom. Two other people that were walking towards the machine stop in front of the escalator. At least three steps were stacked up, revealing the motor parts under the footplate of the escalator. The breakdown triggered the emergency stop. The two lucky passengers can be seen walking up quickly to exit after.A spokesperson from Suzhou Rail Transit told reporters that one on-duty cleaner reported the incident to the station staff. He explained the escalator had a malfunction and was repaired within 30 minutes but 'due to safety issues, the exit remained closed in order to carry out an inspection overnight.
A Wisconsin high school freshman became a hero earlier this week after he saved a choking classmate. Ian Brown was eating lunch with friends at La Crosse Central High School on Wednesday when pal Will Olson started choking after laughing at a joke. Brown noticed Olson's face and neck were changing color and jumped into action to perform the Heimlich maneuver. He was able to dislodge a cheese curd from Olson's throat, and took him to the nurse's office to make sure his airway was clear. 'I just went and did it,' Brown told WIZM. 'It was do first and think later. Afterwards, we were just like, 'Alright, let's talk about what just happened.' It all happened really quick.' Brown said he and his friends were telling jokes when Olson started choking after taking a deep breath in while laughing and eating at the same time. The group had just gotten to the cafeteria after going across the street to grab food from a Chinese buffet for lunch. 'We couldn't tell if he was choking right away,' Brown told WIZM. 'He had kind of a laugh with it. 'And then his face stared turning purple and I saw his hands go around his neck and I was like, "I need to get over here and help him out".' Central school nurse Kim Mahlum later told police that several teens at the cafeteria table thought the boy was joking when he started coughing and motioning that he couldn't breathe.
An elderly lady crashed into a local Veterinary clinic, as all persons and animals present sustained minor Injuries.
This is the terrifying moment a car carrying seven people crashes through a fence into a front garden, sending wheelie bins and vehicles flying. The driver of a red Volkswagen Golf was caught on CCTV speeding along Broddiok Drive, Bolton, when he lost control and smashed through a homeowner's front garden, causing £25,000 worth of damage. All seven men immediately fled the scene before police could arrive but the driver was later traced as Kieran Farnworth, 22, who was given a suspended prison sentence in court this week.Farnworth, of Bolton, claimed he couldn't remember anything about what happened but admitted to the offence of dangerous driving. The court heard how despite the dramatic impact, remarkably no one was seriously injured. But an estimated £25,000 worth of damage was caused to the neighbour's garden and front driveaway as well as to the vehicles parked stationary. Greater Manchester Police said the car was driving in excess of the 20mph speed limit in the area. Farnworth told the court he went to hospital with a head injury after the collision and has no recollection of what happened, but admitted the offence. He was given a 10 week curfew and 12 weeks prison sentence, suspended for 12 months at Bolton Magistrates Court on Tuesday, March 21. Farnworth has also been disqualified from driving for 15 months and will have to take an extended test if he wants to drive again. PC John Jacques said: 'The footage clearly shows that this was a shocking collision. On attending the scene I was very surprised to find that no one was seriously injured. 'It is frightening to think that certain individuals are willing to drive in this manner at any time, let alone on a residential street, where according to witnesses at the scene, children were playing out moments before at the point where the vehicle left the carriageway.'