A man armed with a shotgun got more than he bargained for when trying to steal a truck from an Albuquerque business. Instead of a free ride, surveillance video shows the victim wrestling away the suspect’s shotgun before he could use it. Albuquerque Policesay the shotgun-wielding man and another male suspect ram from the scene.
Shocking images show two men and a woman sparked in the street after apparently taking zombie drug Spice.
The scene was captured by marketing boss Daniel Heald in Blackburn, Lancashire, who branded it "disturbing".
Pedestrians can be seen walking past the trio, who were collapsed in broad daylight.
One of them is seen in a bright red tracksuit, and remained on the ground after the other two walked off.
Mr Healey, 35, said: "It's completely freaked me out, they look like the addicts are virtually dead.
As Biden began his speech, a few people in the crowd yelled ‘Run Joe!’ He replied: ‘Thank you.’
He also used his remarks to rally the crowd to ‘demand more of our leaders.’
‘What has become of us?’ he said. ‘Our children are listening and our silence is complicit.’
He also told the crowd of LBGT supporters that they have a fight ahead of them, point out it’s those against them who have a friend in the Trump.
‘Some of them are the dregs of society,’ Biden said. ‘They, not you, have an ally in the White House.’
‘Those who try to excuse this kind of prejudice in the name of culture, I say, ‘Prejudice is prejudice and humanity is humanity — it is a crime,’ Biden said, urging those to oppose Trump to stay engaged. ‘Our work is not yet done by any stretch of the imagination. The stakes are much too high.’
‘This is deadly earnest, we are in a fight for America’s soul,’ he said.
Both Bidens were met with tremendous applause and goodwill from the heavily Democratic crowd.
WILMINGTON, NC (FOX 46 WJZY) - As if the hurricane wasn't bad enough, looters have already begun to target businesses left alone during Hurricane Florence's assault on the Carolina coast.
Officers were called to the Family Dollar on 1318 Street Greenfield Street in downtown Wilmington where windows had been busted in. They tell FOX 46 that all of the damage to the store wasn't storm damage, it was "people damage."
Inside the store, broken glass littered the floor, shelves were damaged, and what little items remained were left scattered.
Surveillance footage has captured the incredible moment a man saved a child by holding a gate as it toppled over and shouted at him to quickly run. The shaky metal structure fell as the man was trying to open it. The kid dashed for safety after being warned, but the gate eventually fell on the man. The incident took place in Yan'an city, northwest China's Shaanxi Province.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A video that appears to show a Shelby County principal getting rough with a student has surfaced online.
"That's uncalled for," a parent said. "You could've cause bodily injury or harm, you just don't know."
The students who sent the video to WREG, say that's their principal who could be seen putting both hands on a student and throwing him down on the floor.
Students tell us, the video shows a gang fight breaking out during school hours at Northeast Prep Academy back in March. The video raises the question should the principal have stepped in. Some say he should have handled it differently.
Ray Austin says there's no explanation for the actions, even if adrenaline was high.
"It's too much, maybe he should have called security or authorities about that."
In the video, it's not clear if a school resource officers was already present. But the image of a student being thrown to the side raises concerns.
"He wouldn't want anyone to do this to his child or his grandchild, so it's very sad," Austin said.
And with growing concern, Shelby County Schools tells WREG they're looking into it.
"That's so wrong. That was wrong. He shouldn't have done that. He's a principal," Jessie James said
Austin says the district needs to do something to keep it from happening again.
"There's another way that they should have been trained to handle that situation," he said.
We reached out to the principal and are waiting to hear back.
SCS released a statement to WREG saying:
The situation seen on video was self-reported and fully investigated when it occurred at Northeast Prep Academy in March of the 2016-17 school year. We recognize the action taken to deescalate the situation may seem excessive; however, the safety of all students is always top priority, and this employee took immediate steps to prevent potential harm by a student who was making threats to staff and students. Following the investigation, all students found to be responsible for their involvement in the altercation were disciplined in accordance with Board policy.