Mozambique’s fourth-largest city, Beira, was hit the hardest by Cyclone Idai when the storm made landfall for a second time on March 14, destroying 90 percent of the port city according to the International Federation of Red Cross.
March 9th, Mr. Lu held the child in the elevator and met Chen, who was smoking. Mr. Lu said that he would advise him not to smoke. Chen did not listen. He blew the ash to them, and then caused mutual anger. Chen was seriously injured and reported to the police. The police station apologized to Mr. Lu, and finally Mr. Lu compensated him for 1,500 yuan.
I caught the guy who broke into my car when he tried to sell my stuff on OfferUp. Here’s the 7-minute “F U” video I made in his honor... After this break in and two previous car thefts, I felt the strong need to call out one of these people.
When Judge Eugene Lucci revealed the defendant would spend 22 years in prison, Bryant stood up and began shouting. Deputies in the courtroom restrained Bryant and moved him away from the judge, but he continued to yell. That reportedly prompted the judge to later add six more years to his sentence (not caught on video). Bryant will now spend 28 years behind bars.
Huntsville, AL - Alabama authorities arrested a man and woman after the duo tried to rob a convenience store with knives Saturday, leading to a wild altercation with a machete-wielding clerk that was caught on video.
Sunday, Huntsville Police confirmed Laney Nicholson, 33, and Seth Holcomb, 32, were both arrested after attempting to rob the Conoco on Pulaski Pike in Huntsville.
Authorities said Holcomb entered the gas station and started to buy something, going back and forth to his car several times before pulling a large knife on the clerk and demanding cash.
Holcomb tried to leave the store, but authorities said the clerk auto-locked the door and pulled a bigger knife, a machete, on Holcomb.
Authorities stated the two parties got into a knife fight, tearing up much of the store in the process.
According to investigators, Holcomb threw an object through the front door to escape. The clerk ended up fighting with Nicholson, who had her own knife, and damaged the alleged perpetrators' vehicle in the process. While that was going on, police said Holcomb went back inside the store to retrieve the cash drawer from a register.
Holcomb and Nicholson drove off, and Huntsville Police stopped their vehicle and detained both without any further incident a short time later.
ACHILLE, Okla. (KXII)- the Achille board of trustees voted to fire police chief Christopher Watson and keep the other two officers.
The board voted in favor of keeping assistant chief John choate and officer Candice Connor by a vote of 3-2. No action was taken by the board on reserve officer Bart Alsbrook ... because he is an unpaid volunteer.
The entire police department, three paid and Alsbrook, were suspended last Wednesday after officers raided trustee Bryan Baker's home, serving a search warrant for his wife Ashley.
She's a convicted felon accused of possessing a gun. She caught the raid on cell phone video, and after that video and police body cam video were released, the police department was placed on paid suspension last Wednesday.
Mayor David Northcutt voted to keep the chief, but one resident we talked to agrees with the other trustees.
"I'm still waiting for all the calls to come in to see who we have left tomorrow morning. We'll get through it," said Northcutt. "It's not just one cop, its all of them that need to go bottom line.
They're running around here, they're bullies. Bottom line, like I just said a while ago and they need to go," said Toby Nation, an Achille resident.
In an emergency meeting following the regularly scheduled board meeting, the board appointed assistant chief Choate as acting police chief if he chooses to take the role.
Choate later resigned. Bryan County Sheriff's deputies say they will continue to patrol the town and help the current Achille police officers.
Northcutt says the town will be taking applications starting tomorrow for a new police chief, and will start going over those applications at next Tuesday's meeting.