Police on Monday released the mugshot of Russell Ziemba, who they say was found with several guns and ammunition in his Hyatt Regency hotel room downtown.
WYTHE COUNTY, Va. – Three suspects are under arrest in Wythe County after two people were found dead Tuesday.
On Thursday, Aidan Dawson was reported missing from the town of Wytheville. Tuesday, deputies received a tip about Dawson that led them to a home in the 1800 block of Reed Creek Drive on the eastern end of the county.
Once there, deputies found two male victims
UPDATE: 4:30 p.m. Thursday, November 23, 2017 – Mugshot of 37 year old James Wells of Magalia added to story.
A man was arrested in Magalia for being in possession of a stolen vehicle on Thanksgiving morning.
At about 10:00 a.m. Butte County Sheriff’s Office Deputy J. Voris was patrolling on Jordan Hill Road at Coutelenc Road in Magalia when observed a suspicious vehicle with two men standing next to it.
The vehicle was a gray 2004 Ford F250. When Officer Voris ran the license plate through dispatch he discovered the truck had been stolen recently from Chico.
One of the men, James Wells, was arrested for possession of the stolen truck. Wells was out on bail for a previous arrest after he had allegedly been found with another stolen vehicle. The other man, Julius Hinman, was questioned and released.
James Wells is in custody and his bail has been set at $40,000. His charges include possession of a stolen vehicle, and being arrested for a felony while out of custody on bail.
The owner of the stolen truck was told of it’s recovery, and later had his truck returned to him.
... read more at: http://www.actionnewsnow.com/content/news/459609843.html
By: Fletcher Keel | WCTV Eyewitness News
October 11, 2017
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) — The Tallahassee Police Department has made an arrest after the body of a young man was found lying in the roadway.
TPD has arrested 23-year-old Gerald Daniel for the murder of Antonio D. Randolph Jr.
Randolph was found lying in the road in the area of Glenda Drive and Pepper Drive around 2:25 a.m. on Tuesday morning.
TPD says a full arrest report will be available on Thursday morning.
By: Amy Robinson | WCTV Eyewitness News
October 10, 2017
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) — The Tallahassee Police Department has identified a young man found lying in the roadway and has launched a homicide investigation into his death.
The victim has been identified as 19-year-old Antonio D. Randolph Jr.
Police responded to a report of a person lying in the roadway in the area of Glenda Drive and Pepper Drive around 2:25 a.m. Tuesday.
The victim, later identified as Randolph Jr., was unable to be revived and passed away from his injuries.
Police say the case is now being investigated as a homicide and TPD’s Violent Crimes Unit is continuing to review all evidence and interview
by: Chris Jose
Updated: Oct 9, 2017 – 6:16 PM
JOLIET, IL – Two people have been arrested in connection with the death of a 24-year-old missing Chicago woman whose body was discovered on July 8 near the Kankakee River in Wilmington Township. The arrests were carried Wednesday and Thursday by the Illinois State Police District 5 in Lockport, the police agency in charge of the case since the woman’s body was found. The two men taken into custody were Jonathan Rodriguez, 29, of Blue Island, and Esteban Rodriguez, 27, formerly of Wilmington.
The two are charged with felony crimes of intimidation and concealing a homicide. Esteban Rodriguez was also busted for having a loaded gun at the time of his arrest. He is currently incarcerated in Cook County while Jonathan Rodriguez was booked into the Will County Jail early Thursday morning, jail records show.
Earlier this week, the Will County Coroner’s Office revealed that the woman found last found near the Kankakee River was positively identified through dental records as Martha E. Sanchez of Chicago.
“We hope that this gives the family a little bit of peace,” Illinois State Police Master Sgt. Patrick Callaghan told Joliet Patch on Thursday.
Callaghan stressed that the investigation into Sanchez’s
Two people were arrested in connection with a 3-year-old girl found dead inside a vehicle parked on the side of a Northern California road on Wednesday, officials said.
Angela Phakhin, 27, and Untwan Smith, 46, were taken into custody on suspicion of child endangerment and conspiracy around 12:30 p.m. after a police officer found them in their Toyota RAV4 along Rod Beaudry Drive in Rancho Cordova, according to a statement from the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department.
The officer approached the car after noticing it was parked facing the wrong direction, deputies said.
Although Phakhin and Smith were its registered owners, the officer uncovered an outstanding warrant for Smith’s arrest in Arkansas.
While searching the vehicle, police discovered the toddler unresponsive under some blankets in the beat seat, according to sheriff’s officials.
The girl did not show obvious signs of trauma but was pronounced dead at the scene.
“They put the child in a risky situation that most likely caused her death,” Sheriff’s Sgt. Tony Turnbull said. “That’s why they were arrested for the child endangerment at this point.”
The exact cause of the 3-year-old’s death has not been determined, pending an autopsy report from the county coroner’s office.
Phakhin was her biological mother, while Smith is Phakhin’s boyfriend, investigators
RICHMOND, R.I. (WPRI) – Rhode Island State Police arrested a man after discovering a loaded handgun inside a diaper bag during a routine traffic stop.
In a release, police say they arrested 21-year-old Karon Williams of Providence and charged him with possession of a loaded handgun inside of a vehicle, and license or permit required to carry a pistol, in addition to child abuse. Police say Williams’ 6-month-old daughter was in the car with him at the time of his arrest.
Troopers stopped the vehicle for a traffic violation on I-95 in Richmond Friday around 4 p.m. Williams was a passenger in the vehicle. During the routine stop, troopers found a loaded handgun in a diaper bag in between Williams’ legs.
Williams’ daughter was turned over into DCYF custody.
Williams was heading from Providence to New York at the time of his arrest. He was arraigned and released on $10,000 personal recognizance.
Federal agents found homemade bombs in the Montana home of a man they suspect is the “AK-47 Bandit,” who is wanted for a string of bank robberies and is accused of shooting at a Kansas state trooper, according to authorities and court documents filed Monday.
FBI agents were tipped off when Richard Gathercole, 39, called his mother from a Nebraska jail following his arrest in the attempted shooting of the trooper who was trying to pull him over on Interstate 70 last week, according to a search warrant application to a federal judge. The trooper wasn’t injured.
According to a transcript of the call, Gathercole told his mother, who is unnamed, to “get all the guns out” of the house. The woman agrees, then says, “Um, this is recorded. You know that.”
FBI agents, along with officers from Chino, California; Rexburg, Idaho; and Montana’s Musselshell County searched Gathercole’s home in the town of Roundup, about 50 miles north of Billings, on Saturday, according to officials with the Musselshell County Sheriff’s Office. Inside, they found “numerous” improvised explosive devices that were removed by a bomb squad, the officials said in a statement.
FBI Los Angeles spokeswoman Laura Eimiller said the search was connected to a
Posted:May 19 2017 05:33AM PDT
Updated:May 19 2017 10:51AM PDT
Suspect arrested in N. Hollywood puppy theft; pup found safe
A woman suspected of stealing a puppy from a North Hollywood pet rescue was located in Sacramento, already in jail for an arrest
... read more at: http://www.foxla.com/news/local-news/255686293-story