Keya Morgan, a former business manager for the late Stan Lee, was arrested Saturday morning in Arizona after being charged in Los Angeles County with elder abuse involving the Marvel icon, authorities said.
Morgan [seen in the photo above with Lee] was taken into custody by Los Angeles Police Department Commercial Crimes detectives, in collaboration with Scottsdale and Phoenix police, the LAPD said in a statement.
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Morgan took control of Lee’s business affairs in February 2018 and allegedly isolated the Black Panther co-creator from his family and friends. Morgan has been accused of embezzling or misappropriating $5 million of assets, according to documents filed in Los Angeles Superior Court in 2018.
Keya Morgan was taken into custody Saturday in Arizona.
The single-person aircraft was tracked flying across the U.S.-Mexico border by agents in the Nogales and Tucson, Arizona, stations at about 11 p.m. The ultralight craft was tracked to a landing site on a dirt road south of Tucson, Customs and Border Protection said in a press release.
PITTSBURGH (AP) —
A series of shootings in Pittsburgh have left four people wounded.
The first occurred just before 3 a.m. Friday. Police responding to reports of shots fired in the Cultural District found a man shot in the back. He was taken to a hospital and was in stable condition.A short time later, police responding to reports of shots fired at the Hot Metal Bridge Faith Community Center found at least two bullet holes in the building. They soon learned a woman who apparently had been shot there was driven to a hospital in a private car riddled with bullet holes.
The third shooting occurred in the Allentown section. Officers responding to an alert from the city’s gunfire detection system found two wounded men, one who was struck in the arm and the other was hit in the leg.
PITTSBURGH – Bullets flew outside a local church Friday morning, striking woman, and smashing church windows. Police said the woman who was shot has died, and investigators are treating it as a homicide. According to the Allegheny County Medical Examiner, 18-year-old Morgan Dunston was the victim.>>RELATED: Man in custody after Cultural District shooting
It was just after 3 a.m. when police were called to the Hot Metal Bridge Faith Community Church at the corner of 27th and Jane streets in the South Side. “She was dancing in the parking lot and someone wanted to shoot someone else and they shot her instead,” Angela Krimm, Dunston’s mother said.
State police were trying to take someone into custody in the area of the schools, according to the alert.
The school district said parents will be notified when the lockdown is lifted. Children will be released to parents who want to pick them up at school.
Vehicle was riddled with bullets.
More than 50 total felony charges were filed against these 14 suspects:
Christopher Adams, 34, New Florence
Freddie Barker, 46, Vintondale
Chad Cahill, 36, Armagh
Derek Colberg, 30, Marion Center
Andrew Elliott, 29, Homer City
Amy Hillegas, 36, Seward
Amanda Malloy, 31, Robinson
Melvin McCloskey, 57, Homer City
William Meagher, 45, Homer City
Christie Ray, 46, New Florence
Christopher Ray, 40, New Florence
Tammy Ressler, 42, Vintondale
Charles Waddell Jr., 51, Armagh
State police said it can be easy to spot if someone is purchasing the ingredients needed to make methamphetamine. Police continue to urge anyone with information to take advantage of the state’s anonymous drug tip line by calling 1-877-PA-NODRUGS.
The lists, first reported on Friday by Military.com, were uncovered through a Freedom of Information Act request.
The 74-page investigative report reveals two lists – one with Yelp-like star ratings on the women and another containing “lewd and sexist comments” beside each woman’s name, according to Military.com.
In February 2018, the guided-missile submarine USS Florida became the second to integrate female members.
The misconduct came to light four months later, when two sailors aboard the Florida brought the lists to a superior officer, reporting that they were stored on an internal computer network and updated regularly, Military.com reported.
A 21-year-old woman was shot in the back early Sunday morning as she left a residence along Stilley Street in Jefferson Hills.Police are now searching for the suspect, identified as Andrew Roberts, who lived in the home. An arrest warrant has been issued charging him with aggravated assault, weapons violations and other offenses.
Police said a second person was also charged in this incident. Gary Kovach was arrested on scene and is awaiting arraignment on obstruction and hindering apprehension.
Anyone with information concerning the incident is asked to call the Allegheny County Police Tipline at 1-833-ALL-TIPS (1-833-255-8477).
ATMORE—Alabama authorities say a high school graduation party fueled by alcohol spiraled out of control early Saturday, May 18, leaving one person dead.
Atmore Police Chief Chuck Brooks tells news outlets eight other people were hurt in a shooting at the old Escambia County Middle School, which now serves as the city’s community center.
Authorities received a 911 call around 2 a.m. When police arrived, they found a man who was shot to death inside the building’s cafeteria. His name has not been released.
The wounded victims have been transported to the Atmore Community Hospital for treatment, one of the injured was transferred to the Sacred Heart Hospital by a medical helicopter because of severe injuries.
KETK News posted a video on Twitter, showing police officers at the Middle School.
HORRIFYING: Atmore Police Chief Chuck Brooks says a high school graduation party fueled by alcohol spiraled out of control early Saturday morning.https://bit.ly/2JOxnV4?utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter_KETK …See KETK NEWS’s other Tweets
“When officers arrived it was chaos with more than 300 people running around. Brooks says it started with two women fighting, and then more people jumped in with gunshots,” WOOD-TV reported.
Brooks said word spread about the party via social media. No arrests have been made at this time, but they are looking for two people.
For nearly two decades, a doctor at The Ohio State University sexually abused at least 177 male students, according to an exhaustive independent investigation commissioned by the university. Most of the doctor’s abuse happened under the auspices of providing the students with medical treatment.
Richard Strauss worked at OSU from September 1978 through March 1998, primarily as a doctor with the Athletic Department and the Student Health Center. The investigation found that university personnel became aware of Strauss’ abuse as early as 1979.
As a result, Strauss was suspended from working as a treating physician at OSU. The school eventually removed him from his departments, but it kept him on as a tenured faculty member. He voluntarily retired in 1998 with “emeritus” status from the university. Strauss took his own life in 2005.
“The findings are shocking and painful to comprehend,” current OSU President Michael Drake said in a message emailed to the OSU community.
The alleged gunman, identified as Brandon Noel, 21, of McKeesport, was arrested on charges that include attempted homicide and aggravated assault, District Attorney Stephen Zappala said Thursday morning.
Other suspects were identified as Treysaun Lockett-Tillman and Jared Ogrosky, both 21 and of McKeesport; Jamaal Abdul-Rabb, 22, of Turtle Creek; Fordery Andre Morris IV, 20, of McKeesport; and Brandon Murphy, 23, of McKeesport. Dockets indicate all five are charged with felony riot and misdemeanor simple assault and disorderly conduct. All except Murphy were in custody.