The robber, 28-year-old Alan Estrada, was caught taking his time robbing a home business and may have gotten away with the burglary if he hadn't stuck around so long. While most of Estrada's antics were caught on a security camera, he was caught red-handed by the homeowners themselves.
Russian pensioner Gennadii Valyaev took his SsangYong Actyon SUV off the streets of Saint Petersburg and into one of the city’s metro entrances on Wednesday.
The reason? Apparently, just to "see if it would fit."
The pensioner reportedly waited until the coast was clear before driving his car into the underpass. Upon discovering he’d got himself a one-way ticket to being stuck, Valyaev saw the bright side of the situation and cranked up his music to make the most of the acoustics in the underpass.
Emergency workers have removed the offending vehicle and the Petersburg Prosecutor’s Office has launched an investigation.
A land dispute in northern India turned violent when a group of men attacked and started beating Kuldeep Singh. Luckily, his wife was nearby and, after grabbing a large stick, she was able to scare away the aggressive gang.
One of the students wounded in the Florida school shooting discussed her injuries with Inside Edition after leaving the hospital. Sam Fuentes, 18, was shot in both legs and shrapnel hit her in the face. She says she still has shrapnel behind her eye. Four students remain in the hospital in fair condition.
The Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) has named the police officer who died ahead of Thursday night’s Europa League match between Athletic Bilbao and Spartak Moscow.
Inocencio Arias García suffered a heart attack after a flare was thrown in his direction during clashes between rival fans at San Mames, the governing body revealed. A minute’s silence will be held before all matches in Spain this weekend in memory of García.
In a pair of statements on its official website, the RFEF wrote: “The Royal Spanish Football Federation wishes to convey its deepest condolences to the relatives and close friends of Inocencio A. García, a native of Ermua (Bizkaia), who belonged to the ninth promotion of the Ertzaintza (Basque police force).
Steven Ellam, the Middletown man who crashed his car into the entrance at Middlesex Hospital Thursday morning, recorded the incident on Facebook Live.
Ellam ranted about President Donald Trump and one percenters, shouting, “Death to the world order,” before setting himself on fire. He says the Hospital is Trump’s Headquarters, Trump is guilty of protecting police.
Ellam has an extensive criminal history that began when he was 14.
On Thursday, ABC’s Good Morning America and NBC’s Today show highlighted Andrew Pollack, the father of 18-year-old Stoneman Douglas High School shooting victim Meadow Pollack, talking to President Trump during an emotional White House listening session on Wednesday on preventing such mass killings. However, both network broadcasts chose to edit out Pollack telling the President “It’s not about gun laws right now.”
“President Trump confronts the heartbreak and anger of grieving parents,” co-host George Stephanopoulos announced at the top of GMA. During a later report, Chief White House Correspondent Jon Karl described: “President Trump sat silently as one after another students and parents of shooting victims pleaded for action.”
A luxury homeowner single-handedly tackled a machine gun-toting gang in a Die Hard-style shootout.
The seven-strong gang came charging onto his property trying to rob his guests but their host for the night and took them on - killing one in the shooting.
CCTV footage captured the scene on Sunday that looked like a scene out of the action film.
Seeing his friends off at the end of a party, the lone-defender leapt into action as the gang stormed through the gates which had been opened for his guests to leave.
Brandishing an AK47 machine gun, one masked gunman can be seen firing off three shots as the gang bursts in when the gates are opened to his home in the upmarket suburb of Karen, in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi.
The hooded attacker then chases after the blue-shirted householder, who takes cover inside his home.
Another gang member, camouflaged in dark clothing, chillingly levels a gun at the occupants of one car, while the driver in another is frozen with fear.
Within moments, though, the householder - who has not been named - grabs a licensed semi-automatic weapon to defend his home and save his guests.
If you are curious just what the cartoons that Palestinian children watch look like, look at this video of them being encouraged to commit acts of terrorism against Israelis, and more specifically Jews around the world.