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Students put firecrackers in dog mouth and lit them up for fun

Students put firecrackers in dog mouth and lit them up for fun. It’s really heartbreaking to come across such stories. Please everyone show your support and help me get justice for Bud.

Students put firecrackers in dog mouth and lit them up – most likely their sole motive was to have some fun. After the entertainment part was over, the students simply took off and left Bud to suffer in heavy pain. The canine was discovered only after a few hours – during all this time no one had attended to his injuries; he had blood dripping from his mouth and was clearly in a state of shock.

 

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Santa Fe, Texas, school shooting: what we know?

 

 

On Friday morning, at least one gunman opened fire at Santa Fe High School in Santa Fe, Texas. Ten people are dead, and 10 others have been wounded, Gov. Greg Abbott (R-TX) said Friday.

At least one suspect is in custody, identified as 17-year-old Dimitrios Pagourtzis. He has been charged with capital murder and aggravated assault of a police officer.

Two other people are being questioned by police, according to Abbott. Explosive devices were also discovered on the high school campus and surrounding area, according to law enforcement officials.

The shooting comes after months of activism in the US over guns and gun violence, led by the survivors of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, that killed 17 people in February.

 

 

”I was thinking it was going to happen eventually, it’s been happening everywhere,” Paige Curry, a Santa Fe high school student told a local Houston station. “I was ready to run out but my teacher told me to hide instead, so that’s what I did.”

Here’s what we know and what we don’t so far about the shooting.

What we know

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  • Ten people have been killed, and another 10 people have been wounded, Abbott said Friday at a press conference.
  • The fatalities “include students and some adult staff as well,” said Ed Gonzalez, Harris County sheriff, said at a press conference just before noon Eastern time Friday.
  • At least six people have been transported to hospitals, including one ISD police officer, said Santa Fe ISD police chief Walter Braun.
  • At least three people are being treated at University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, according to David Marshall, chief nursing and patient services officer: one adult male with a gunshot wound to the arm; an adult female with a gunshot wound to the leg; and a male under the age of 18, also with a gunshot wound to leg.
  • The suspect, who is in custody, suspect has been identified as 17-year-old Dimitrios Pagourtzis, The New York Times, CNN, NBC News, and CBS News reported. He is being questioned by police.
  • Students told CNN and NBC News that Pagourtzis attended Santa Fe high school, where he carried out the massacre.

 

  • Pagourtzis has been charged with capital murder charges and aggravated assault of a police officer, KHOU reports.
  • Two other people are being questioned by police, according to Abbott. One person was at the scene, and law enforcement are trying to figure out if he may have had some involvement in the crime. Abbott said police are questioning another person who may have information about the crime.
  • At least two weapons were confirmed used in the attack: a shotgun and a .38 revolver. Law enforcement believe that both of those weapons were obtained by the shooter from his father, who legally owned these firearms, according to Abbott.
  • Explosive devices have reportedly been found on campus and the surrounding area, according to Santa Fe ISD police. Officials warned community members to be on alert.

 

 

 

  • Police have uncovered different kinds of explosive devices, including a CO2 device and a Molotov cocktail, Abbott said.
  • Law enforcement have warrants out to search two residences, but are working cautiously because of the potential for explosive devices, Abbott said.
  • Witnesses said that the shooting began between 7:30 and 7:45 am CST, in an art class, according to KTRK.
  • According to law enforcement officials, at least two armed officers were on campus, as outlined in the school’s safety plan. School district ISD officers were able to confront the shooter, Abbott said. The school is also equipped with cameras, which will allow law enforcement to piece together how the crime unfolded.
  • On Facebook, the school district said Friday morning, “the situation is active but has been contained.”

 

SFISD District Response to SFHS Active Shooter
May 18, 2018
9:05 a.m.

This morning an incident occurred at the high…

Posted by Santa Fe ISD – Official Site on Friday, May 18, 2018

 

  • Multiple law enforcement agencies are on site and assisting with the investigation, including the FBI, ATF, and the Texas Department of Public Safety. The high school remains an active crime scene.

What we don’t know

  • The confirmed identity of the shooter or shooters
  • Any information about their motive
  • The identities of the people detained and their relationship to the shooting
  • The identities of those killed and injured
  • The final death toll

 

 

 

The Santa Fe school shooting was intended to start in one classroom, then pull the fire alarm for more casualties by…

Posted by Bill Looman on Friday, May 18, 2018

 

 

Muslim Refuse To Remove Head Covering For Officers – Gets Brutal Wakeup Call

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According to recent reports, a Muslim woman in Dearborn, Michigan is facing serious consequences after she tried to use Shariah law as an excuse to break the law.

When police pulled over Maha Aldhalimi, they noticed she had a warrant out for her arrest due to many unpaid parking tickets. The officer had no choice but to arrest her and bring her into the station to face penalties.

Things turned ugly when officers ordered Aldhalimi to remove her hijab for their standard processing check. She refused to do so, citing her religion.

The cops informed her that if she refused to comply with their regulations, the hijab would “be removed involuntarily against her will.”

Eventually, they were forced to move forward with that threat. According to documents, Aldhalimi “was shivering and crying from the humiliation and distress of the encounter and orders.”

While we respect the right to religion, Sharia law is NOT above state or federal law. What do you think? Are you happy these police officers moved forward?



Latest on the search for Sky Metalwala.

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Latest on the search for Sky Metalwala.

 


 

BELLEVUE, Wash. —  The Bellevue police chief is urging the mother of Sky Metalwala to work with detectives to find her son, who has been missing for four years.

Chief Steve Mylett says Julia Biryukova hasn’t spoken to investigators since reporting her 2-year-old missing in 2011.

“If I had one of my children that was missing, would I not do everything in my power to help the police locate my child?” asked Mylett.

Bellevue Police revealed they are now following up on new leads, including a tip that came in Thursday morning.

This week marks four years since the toddler disappeared on Nov. 6, 2011. Police said Biryukova told investigators she left Sky in her car after it ran out of gas. She walked with her daughter for help and when they returned, Sky was gone. Detectives say there were inaccuracies in her story, including the fact that her car was not out of gas.

“Four years have passed; so many memories my family has lost,” said Solomon Metalwala, Sky’s father.

Metalwala believes Sky’s mother knows more about their son’s disappearance.

Police sources tell Q13 FOX News reporter Brandi Kruse that since Sky’s disappearance, Biryukova remarried and now has a 2-year-old boy.

Sky’s father remains hopeful that someone has information that can help police find his son.

“It will take only one person to finally come out and tell what happened,” said Metalwala.

Mylett said of the father, “He’s not giving up hope, and if he’s not giving up hope, I’m not giving up hope.”

Since Sky disappeared, investigators have pursued more than 2,500 tips and spent 14,000 hours on the case at a cost of over $2 million, police said.

As of Thursday afternoon, Q13 FOX News was unable to reach Biryukova and is waiting on a response from an attorney who represented her.

If you have any information about the disappearance of Sky Metalwala, call (425)577-5656 or email pdtipline@bellevuewa.gov

 

 

BUSTED: 100 pounds of meth, 50 pounds of heroin, 12 people now in police custody!!

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A two-year investigation of a major heroin and meth trafficking ring in King and Snohomish counties led to 12 arrests today. Those arrested range in age from 20 to 57 years old and include seven people from Marysville and others from Bothell, Stanwood,

Port Angeles, Everett and Fresno, California. Tiffany Kenney dropped her son off at the bus stop and watched as DEA agents and the Snohomish County Regional Drug and Gang Task Force served a search warrant on her neighbor’s home in the Lakewood Commons neighborhood of Marysville.

Deputies arrested two women and four men in the house I was at in Marysville. “They’re actually new, they just moved in about within the last two weeks,” Kenney said. It was one of 10 locations searched in King and Snohomish counties. Law enforcement seized 14 pounds of heroin, 43 pounds of methamphetamine, a large sum of cash and eight handguns today alone.

 

 

 

SEATTLE — A two-year investigation of a major heroin and meth trafficking ring in King and Snohomish counties led to 12 arrests Thursday.

Those arrested range in age from 20 to 57 years old and include seven people from Marysville and others from Bothell, Stanwood, Port Angeles, Everett and Fresno, California.

Tiffany Kenney dropped her son off at the bus stop and watched as DEA agents and Snohomish County deputies served a search warrant on her neighbor’s home in the Lakewood Commons neighborhood of Marysville.  Deputies arrested two women and four men in the house.

“They’re actually new, they just moved in about within the last two weeks,” she said.

It was one of 10 locations searched in King and Snohomish counties. Law enforcement seized 14 pounds of heroin, 43 pounds of methamphetamine, a large sum of cash and eight handguns  on Thursday alone.

The Justice Department said in the two years of the investigation, law enforcement seized a total of more than 50 pounds of heroin and more than 100 pounds of methamphetamine. Over $1.1 million involved in the operation also was seized.

The DEA-led task force worked with the Snohomish Regional Drug and Gang Task Force and Seattle Police.

“Heroin and methamphetamine seizures have skyrocketed in the Pacific Northwest and are troubling,” said DEA Special Agent in Charge Keith Weis.  “Today, we crippled a transnational criminal organization with tentacles in our area.  We remain focused on removing those who supply narcotics to the violent distribution networks destroying our communities.”

Angel is an 18-year-old in Everett who lives near where another search warrant was served. She sees what the drugs are doing to her friends and agrees.

“Probably a good 45 percent of them are either on meth or heroin or have done it or are trying to get clean,” she said.

“Heroin and methamphetamine remain significant threats to the health of our communities. This group was transporting and distributing large quantities of both drugs up through California and into King and Snohomish counties,” said U.S. Attorney Annette L. Hayes.  “I commend the DEA-led task force that worked diligently to identify those in this distribution chain so that they can be held accountable for spreading these poisons in the Puget Sound region.”

All of those charged made their initial appearance in federal court Thursday. The defendants in custody include:

Alfredo Enciso-Begines, 27, Bothell

Jose Manuel Estrada-Contreras, 33, Marysville

Francisco Javier Munoz-Contreras, 26, Marysville

Adrian Ortega-Gonzalez, 20, Marysville

Jesse Price, 30, Stanwood

Tracy Raley, 34, Marysville

Marlen Ravelo, 47, Port Angeles

Luis Zamudio-Rivera, 37, Marysville

Maria Polonia-Serrano, 57, Fresno, Calif.

Gladys Morales-Garibay, 26, Marysville

Michael Peterman, 34, Everett

Juan Gerardo Ruiz, 30, Marysville

 

 

 

 

Neighbors fearful that Lakewood shooter is still on the loose

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LAKEWOOD – Police continue to look for an active-duty soldier, in connection with a shooting that critically injured a man this morning.

“I really thought he was going to shoot me,” says Sarah Ramey, who is terrified that a gunman is still on the loose in her Tillicum neighborhood.

She says she walked out to her driveway after hearing gunshots this morning, and a man ran up to her demanding her keys.

“He put a gun to my head, touched my forehead with it, said if I didn’t give him my keys, he was going to kill me.”

 

She says when she told him the car in the driveway belonged to her neighbor, he ran to the next house and tried to kick the door in.

Another neighbor says the gunman had been driving a white van.

 

“The white van came skidding across here,” says Jayson Cousins. “He jumped out and ran down the road.”

Lakewood police say the van belongs to Joint Base Lewis McChord. They’re now looking for 22 year old Jesse Suhanec, the active soldier who checked out the van. They’re not calling him a suspect yet, just a person of interest. Cousins say Suhanec could be the man he saw this morning.

“It does kind of resemble him, his hair was shorter than that.”

 

Police continue to search the neighborhood tonight, looking for the gunman. Sarah says she won’t feel safe, until she knows he’s caught.

“It’s crazy, with all the technology and dogs, I don’t know why they couldn’t find him.”

 

 

Michael Dean Taylor is a suspect in several vehicle thefts in North Snohomish County

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Michael Dean Taylor is a suspect in several vehicle thefts in North Snohomish County.

Detectives say he is also a prolific car prowler and ID thief. He likes to spend his time in Skagit county,

Stanwood and Arlington. Known to hang out at casinos where he goes to spend money and get free coffee.

If you know where detectives with the North Snohomish County Property Crimes Unit can find him,

call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 anonymously. Cash reward of up to a $1,000 for info leading to his arrest.

Thank you!      David Rose Q13 Fox News

King County Sheriff’s Detectives are asking for the public’s help identifying three men that robbed the Nimbim Pot Shop

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King County Sheriff’s Detectives are asking for the public’s help identifying three men that robbed the Nimbim Pot Shop at gun point two Sundays ago around 10:20pm. Detectives have released a video that shows the robbery in progress. The store is located in the 10800 block of 1 Ave S.

The suspects are shown walking up to the store; two of the men go inside, while the third man stands guard at the front door. Once inside, one of the suspects displays a gun and demands money. He is seen in the video pointing the gun at employees and taking money from the cash drawer

as the other suspect takes marijuana packets off the wall display. All three suspects fled on foot.

One of the suspects was wearing a dark colored jacket with a hood over his head. The jacket had red patches on both shoulders with the numbers “1972” on the front. The suspect with the gun was wearing a red sweatshirt and dark colored pants. The third, who guarded the door,

was wearing all dark clothing. If you know who any of the suspects are,

call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) All calls are anonymous

and there is a cash reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to an arrest.

David Rose Q13 Fox News              Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound

 

Seattle Police are hoping you can identify this suspect who punched two store employees in the face as he escaped…

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Seattle Police are hoping you can identify this suspect who punched two store employees in the face as he escaped after trying to shoplift $245 worth of costume jewelry from a store at 13200 Aurora Ave N on Sept. 23rd. He turned a shoplifting into a felony assault.

 

If you know who this suspect is, call please call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

There is a cash reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to his arrest.

The suspect is 6’04” 180lbs and was wearing a tan cap, brown vest,

white T-shirt, blue jeans and dark sandals. He was wearing glasses and carrying a greenish/brown satchel.

Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound         David Rose Q13 Fox News

Tacoma Police are asking for your help to Find Michael Leair!

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Tacoma Police are asking for your help to Michael Leair. A bench warrant was issued today in Pierce County for his arrest. “We’ve charged Michael Leair for burglarizing homes all over Tacoma. We are working hard with law enforcement to stop repeat burglars.

He is part of the 10 percent who are causing 90 percent of the thefts. If the public can help police apprehend him, future victims will be spared,” said Pierce County Prosecutor Mark Lindquist. You may remember the surveillance photos from a case I featured on WMW on October 7th.

Detectives say he broke into Donna and Ed’s home in East Tacoma while they were in Oregon on vacation and stole her jewelry. “I had a pearl necklace and bracelet and earrings that my husband gave me when we got married.

And then a lot of sentimental things that I’ve received over the years from my children and things like that,” she told me. “We do know that he is considered violent. In one of the burglaries, he was able to steal many guns,” said Officer Loretta Cool.

If you have any information that can help Tacoma Police find Leair, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477)

All calls are anonymous and there is a cash reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to his arrest.

David Rose Q13 Fox News                     Crime Stoppers of Tacoma-Pierce County