With cannabis legalization happening in states across the US and all of Canada, weed regulation is a new frontier for entrepeneurs and existing businesses alike. The Nasal Ranger is a device used for various odor-detecting purposes that found a new use-case when cannabis legalization happened.
It was early Sunday morning when 65-year-old Clarese Gainey heard a noise outside her apartment. As she looked out the window, she says she saw a man in his boxers pulling at her car door handle and knocking on the window, attempting to break in. Before calling police, she took matters into her own hands.
AURORA, Ill. -- The Aurora Police Department released a little over eight minutes of surveillance video showing a portion of the mass shooting at Henry Pratt Company in February, which killed five people and injured several police officers.
Police posted the video, which combines four different shots from four different security cameras, on their social media page.
"We agree that you have the right to see for yourself what transpired at the Henry Pratt facility that day where, sadly, five members of our community lost their lives, and five of our police officers were shot while simply doing their jobs," the post said in part.
Police said there is "no significant surveillance video available from inside the facility" except for a camera that captures the front foyer area. That video is included in the released. The security cameras do not record sound.
In the Kola region on the highway "Kola" (Russia) there was a fatal accident - the car flew into the oncoming lane and collided with a heavy load. Passenger passenger cars died before reaching the age of 20.
Police are investigating a road rage incident in Richmond after a video was posted on social media Tuesday showing a driver pointing a gun at a man and then speeding away.
The incident happened around 4:45 p.m. Tuesday in the northbound lanes of Route 12 just north of Broadway Road in Richmond.
Bart Surroz, of Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, posted the video on Facebook, which shows Surroz getting out of his car and walking up to a red Jeep Wrangler.
The driver, identified as Brian Schimian, of Richmond, is seen sitting in his car and pointing his concealed carry gun at Surroz. Schimian yells at Surroz to, “Get in your car.”
Schimian is seen speeding away in his Jeep from the scene. Schimian also posted video on Facebook Tuesday evening from his Jeep’s dashcam.
“All I did was get out of my car because he kept beeping at a dead stop. I thought I hit something or he was trying to alert me that I’m dragging something behind my car. I had no idea he was upset and angry with me,” Surroz said.
“I don’t even know why! He was just behind me holding on the horn so I got out in dead stop traffic trying to figure out what the heck is going on,” he added.
Richmond police were called but Surroz said that they did not arrest Schimian.
“They said because he has a concealed carry permit he was well within his rights to put the gun in my face because he told the cops that he was terrified of his life,” Surroz said.
Lake and McHenry County Scanner reached out to the Richmond Police Department who said that the incident is now under investigation and being reviewed by the McHenry County State’s Attorney’s Office.
Police did not release any further information to Lake and McHenry County Scanner about the incident but said that more information is expected to be released Wednesday evening.
An aggrieved voter says he hacked off his finger after casting his ballot for the wrong political party in India's general election.
Pawan Kumar said he was confused by the various symbols on the electronic voting machine and mistakenly pushed the button for the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) when he turned up to vote in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh on Thursday.
Kumar says in a video circulating on social media that he had intended to cast his ballot for the ruling Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Serial killer Joanna Dennehy is shown 'flirting' with male police officers in chilling CCTV after being arrested for murder.
'Britain's most dangerous woman' starts laughing and joking in the station in a clip from a shocking new ITV documentary.
Presenter Susanna Reid is horrified by Dennehy's "utterly shameless" behaviour as she gets a glimpse into the mind of a psychopath at the height of her crimes.
She was 31 when sentenced to spend the rest of her life in jail in 2014 after admitting to the knife murders of Lukasz Slaboszewski, 31, Kevin Lee, 48, and John Chapman, 56, plus two attempted murders.
Forensic psychiatrist Professor Jeremy Coid suggests she is "reeling in" the police officers through seductive tricks you might see from a "prostitute at a bar".
Nusrat Jahan Rafi was doused with kerosene and set on fire at her school in Bangladesh. Less than two weeks earlier, she had filed a sexual harassment complaint against her headmaster.
Her courage in speaking out against sexual assault, her death five days after being set alight and everything that happened in-between has gripped Bangladesh and brought attention to the vulnerability of sexual harassment victims in this conservative South Asian country.
Nusrat, who was 19, was from Feni, a small town 100 miles (160km) south of Dhaka. She was studying at a madrassa, or Islamic school. On 27 March, she said the headmaster called her into his office and repeatedly touched her in an inappropriate manner. Before things could go any further she ran out.
Many girls and young women in Bangladesh choose to keep their experiences of sexual harassment or abuse secret for fear of being shamed by society or their families. What made Nusrat Jahan different is that she didn't just speak out - she went to the police with the help of her family on the day the alleged abuse happened.
At the local police station she gave a statement. She should have been provided with a safe environment to recall her traumatic experiences. Instead she was filmed by the officer in charge on his phone as she described the ordeal.
In the video Nusrat is visibly distressed and tries to hide her face with her hands. The policeman is heard calling the complaint "no big deal" and telling her to move her hands from her face. The video was later leaked to local media.
Members of Eastside Crime Suppression Team and other units assisted Daytona Beach PD in apprehending a suspect who had open warrants for charges including trafficking in heroin and fentanyl and was considered armed and dangerous. Johnson was located and apprehended by K-9 Lasco after a search through the woods.
In Moldova, a detained drunk driver bit a policeman's hand and clenched his teeth on it for 8 minutes 45 seconds.
The incident occurred in the Hincesti district. The eyewitness, seeing the detention, recorded further events on the video: the man actively resisted the police, and at some point he grabbed his hands on one of the law enforcement officers.
For a long time, the policeman unsuccessfully tried to pull out his brush - he managed to do it after almost 10 minutes. Even tear gas did not help - the violator’s grip turned out to be a bulldog.
When the inspector managed to escape, the detained man, seizing the moment, ran away. As a result of the incident, the policeman had damaged ligaments on his hand, and he needed medical assistance.
It later turned out, as Point.md portal reports , that a few minutes before the events on the video, a drunken 25-year-old local resident who was driving the car was stopped by the police and got involved in a scuffle, refusing to undergo a medical examination.
After the escape, the intruder was found and detained for 72 hours. Now he faces criminal charges for assaulting an official.
Is that what he gets for breaking in? After a trucker found an innocent turkey in his cabin, he couldn't figure out how to get rid of it. The method he settled on might have been the worse possible way. Gobble gobble.
Leticia Bufoni lands a sweet trick she just knew would clench the title for her at the 2019 Street League Super Crown Rio. Unfortunately for her the judges weren't as impressed with her trick and did not give her a high enough score to win the title.
U.S. Marine Micah Herndon's legs gave out on him around the 22-mile mark of the 26.2 mile Boston Marathon. He literally crawled on his hands and knees the rest of the way to the finish line. Even with all of the happening he still finished with a time of 3:38.
A bus was left dangling over the edge of a bridge in east China after it spun out of control while travelling on a wet road.
Shocking footage captured by traffic cameras on Tuesday shows the public bus approaching a red light at a junction before veering into the wrong lane and smashing through the guardrail of the motorway bridge.
The bus was carrying nine passengers at the time of the accident and two people suffered minor injuries, according to police.
A strong earthquake rattled eastern Taiwan early Thursday afternoon, causing scattered light damage in the capital and the eastern coast region.
The 6.1 magnitude quake was centered northwest of the city of Hualien and almost 19 kilometers (12 miles) deep, Taiwan's Central Weather Bureau said.
Water pipes at the city's train station burst and rail traffic was briefly suspended. Schools along the east coast were evacuated, with students holding their backpacks over their heads for protection.