“The coin was stolen last night,” museum spokesman Markus Farr told Reuters. “It’s gone.”
Joseph Scott Giaquinto, 35, was arrested on suspicion of several charges, including a crime motivated by bias, The Coloradoan reports (http://noconow.co/2mKWQEG ).
Police had asked for the public’s help in identifying the person who overturned benches, broke windows and threw a Bible into Islamic Center of Fort Collins, which is about 60 miles north of Denver.
A police spokeswoman told the newspaper that she did not have details on how police came to identify Giaquinto as the suspect.
Police released two clips of surveillance video that captured the vandalism at the Islamic Center of Fort Collins before dawn Sunday. In one, a man wearing a hoodie, believed to be in his late teens or early 20s, is shown picking up a paving stone and walking away. In another clip, he kicks a door.
The center’s president, Tawfik Aboellail, said the man tried to break into the mosque about 4 a.m. Sunday, but he did not get inside.
Sheriff Pat Hankins says an undercover officer contacted Greer and Cain and was given the price for the child. He says the couple then met with the agent at a store, exchanged the baby for cash and both were then taken into custody.
Hankins says the child is in state custody.
MIAMI — The Miami-Dade Police Department said late Monday that two of its officers were shot and wounded in an “ambush-style attack.”
The shooting happened around 10 p.m. at an apartment complex, according to a witness who spoke to CBS Miami. The officers were potentially undercover and in plain clothes, reports CBS Miami.
Miami-Dade Police Director Juan Perez said at a news conference that the shooting occurred an apartment complex around 10 p.m.
“The majority of children that follow me may be fast asleep, however now is the critical time to make the following statement: I WILL NO LONGER TAKE PART IN DANCE MOMS,” the 50-year-old dance instructor wrote. “FOR THE PAST SIX YEARS/ SEVEN SEASONS I HAVE ASKED, BEGGED, AND EVEN DEMANDED CREATIVE CREDIT FOR ALL THE IDEAS, AWARD WINNING ROUTINES, THEMES, AND COSTUMING – TO NO AVAIL!” read more
The man who fired on Terney was also shot multiple times and in intensive care Monday morning, Kidney said. Police have not released his identity.
Terney pulled over a vehicle about 11:30 p.m. Sunday in Tecumseh, 35 miles southeast of Oklahoma City, according to police. A woman was driving, and Terney called dispatchers to see if a male passenger had any outstanding warrants.
At that point, the man ran toward some nearby woods, Kidney said. Terney chased the man on foot and used a stun gun, but that failed to stop him. The man then shot at Terney, who returned fire, he said.
An 18-year-old student is in police custody after Catoctin High School officials and law enforcement were notified by a concerned parent
Nichole Cevario,, of Thurmont, faces charges of possession of explosive material with intent to create a destructive device and possession of incendiary material with the intent to create a destructive device, according to the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office.
During a 2 p.m. news conference Frederick County Sheriff Charles Jenkins said that he was “shocked” by the incident.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation billed 17-year-old Hannah Eimers nearly $3,000 for damage to a new guardrail after her car crash because she was at fault. The only problem: Hannah died in that crash and her father is convinced that the guardrail system, the Lindsay X-Lite terminal, was at fault. He said, “It’s obscene. They will kill you and then they will bill you. “
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday celebrated an encouraging win for her conservatives in a state election, declaring that her party has “every chance” in upcoming votes. Her center-left challenger in Germany’s national election later this year vowed not to be put off his stride by a deflating result.
Merkel’s Christian Democrats easily beat challenger Martin Schulz’s center-left Social Democrats in Saarland state on Sunday. A much tighter race had been expected after the Social Democrats were boosted in polls by nominating Schulz, a former European Parliament president but a newcomer to national politics, in January.
The woman told police she collided with the deer after spotting a Bigfoot on a highway near Potlatch near the Washington border, according to NBC Montana.
The woman said the Sasquatch was chasing the deer Wednesday night along the side of the road, and as she watched the creature in her rear-view mirror, the deer veered onto the road in front of her car.
The Benewah County Sheriff’s Office issued the report on the accident, but did not report any evidence of a Sasquatch, NBC Montana reported.
Four people were injured in a head-on crash Sunday afternoon in White Oak, an Allegheny County emergency dispatcher said.
The crash happened just after 3 p.m. on Lincoln Way in White Oak, the dispatcher said.
It was unknown why the chase began. White Oak police did not return a message.
Tom Fontaine is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cobb County Police told local news outlets Sunday 78-year-old Robert George Westlake died in the crash Friday evening. The Cessna Citation I crashed in a subdivision, setting a house ablaze.
He made his debut Monday morning on NBC’s “Today” and MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”
Earnest urged Democrats to use their leverage to make progress on their terms.
“They don’t have to fold to Republicans right now. They’re playing a strong hand,” he told Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie.
The United Airlines leggings ban that sent online outrage soaring on Sunday is part of the company’s dress code — one that apparently isn’t so friendly to women travelers.
After a traveler tweeted about girls being barred from a Minneapolis-bound flight for wearing leggings, United tried — and failed — to explain away the ensuing vitriol.
As the social media onslaught raged, United made sure to make this distinction clear.
“Like most companies, we have a dress code that we ask employees and pass riders to follow,” United spokesman Jonathan Guerin said in a media statement.
MOSCOW — The Russian police arrested hundreds of people in nationwide anti-corruption protests on Sunday, including the opposition leader Aleksei Navalny in Moscow, where thousands gathered for the biggest demonstration in five years against President Vladimir V. Putin.
Thousands of Australians abandoned their homes as a powerful cyclone bore down on coastal towns in Queensland on Monday, while others ignored authorities’ advice to evacuate with winds forecast to reach up to 300 km per hour (185 mph).
Cyclone Debbie is a forecast to strengthen to a Category four storm before it makes landfall in the northeast state early on Tuesday, the Australian Bureau of Meteorology said.
State Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk warned it would be the most powerful storm to hit the country since Cyclone Yasi in 2011, which destroyed homes, shredded crops and devastated island resorts.by
If you read the claims of environmental groups, trace levels of chemicals are the source of most cancers, even if they are well below harmful levels, due to vague claims of “bioaccumulation.” If you read the recent claims of the EPA, air pollution is causing acute deaths, even though the United States has some of the cleanest air in the world and no one can find any deaths it has caused during the entire existence of the EPA.
What to believe? Try science. Instead of being caused by corporations, the overwhelmingly majority of cancerous mutations are caused by DNA. Most of the rest are caused by lifestyle choices, such as smoking or obesity. Only a small number can be traced to actual environmental factors, according to a numerical model based on DNA sequencing and epidemiological data from around the world.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s high-profile Lok Sabha constituency Varanasi will this week hold a two-day G-20 working group meeting where participants will weigh in on evolving global economic scenarios, with inclusive growth on top of the agenda.
One person is dead and 14 injured, following a shooting incident at a Cincinnati nightclub early Sunday morning, police said.
“There was a shooting here this morning around one o’clock in the morning,” Cincinnati Police Department Sgt. Eric Franz told ABC News of the incident at Cameo Nightclub. “It’s a large and complicated homicide scene.”
Sgt. Franz added, “At this point we have multiple witnesses we’re interviewing and we have nobody in custody.”by
As many as 10 employees of the Jeannette City School District could be furloughed as officials contend with shrinking enrollment and a 2017-18 budget shortfall of almost $1 million.
“Up to this point, we’ve been able to find ways to make the revenues and expenditures match,” said Superintendent Matthew Hutcheson. “We’re now at a point where I don’t know what the answer is. I don’t know how we address the shortfalls.”