Police say the incident happened around 9:30 p.m. Monday at a Kroger in Cincinnati. Authorities say the officer suspected the girl was using a backpack to shoplift when he approached her. Police say the girl resisted and fled before she was shocked.
The girl was taken to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and released to a guardian.
Police have charged the girl with theft and obstruction of justice.
Rep. Chris Collins (R-N.Y.) has been arrested by the FBI on insider trading charges related to an Australian biotechnology company.
Collins, one of the largest shareholders of Innate Immunotherapeutics and a board member of the biotech firm, faces charges of securities fraud. His son and the father of his son’s fiancee were also indicted and charged with fraud.
He allegedly passed private information about the company to his son, Cameron Collins, who used the information to make timely trades and tip off others, according to the indictment.
Collins’ son and the father of his son’s fiancee were also charged.
More than 41,000 of the missing this year are under 21 years old, enough to fill at least 495 school buses
State Police say they pulled over Stephen Yakopeck III, the son of Judge Cheryl Peck Yakopeck, last Wednesday on Route 22 in Murrysville for an alleged traffic violation and it was discovered that he had 14 lbs of marijuana wrapped in 1 lb packages. Police also discovered that Yakopeck had a growing operation in his home, where an additional 7-8 lbs of suspected marijuana, marijuana plants, over $3,000 in cash and two guns.
Yakopeck is free on $50,000 unsecured bond.
A concealed carrier critically wounded a man who opened fire at a crowded “peace” rally Saturday afternoon in Titusville, Florida, police said.
Authorities said no charges were expected against the bystander, who was licensed to carry a firearm and was fully cooperative with investigators.
The reward for the safe return of a missing Iowa college student has ballooned to $260,000.
Crime Stoppers of Central Iowa said Sunday that relatives of 20-year-old Mollie Tibbetts believe she’s alive but has potentially been kidnapped. Spokesman Greg Willey says the family hopes the reward money will lead to her return.
Tibbetts went missing on July 18 from her small hometown of Brooklyn, Iowa.Investigators are being tight-lipped about the case, saying holding back basic details may help solve it. That includes saying whether they believe Tibbetts returned home from a jog the evening she went missing.
Willey says Crime Stoppers will protect the anonymity of tipsters who call in or submit tips online . He says the organization has shared more than 200 anonymous tips with law enforcement since Monday.
PITTSBURGH – – The search continues for a person who shot two people near a busy grocery store.
“You could hear boom, boom, boom,” said Diane Kennedy, who was inside the Giant Eagle when it happened.
On the outside, grocery carts, shattered glass and dozens of evidence markers were seen after the shootout.
“It appears the gun exchange occurred outside the supermarket, there were two vehicles hit and appears we are very fortunate no other individuals were struck by bullets,” Director of Public Safety Wendell Hissrich said.
Witnesses told Channel 11 it was chaos.
“People were running that way, this way, ran into the Giant Eagle to get away from the gunfire, jumping in their cars. It was just chaos,” Beth Blair said.
Hissrich said a man and a woman were shot in the parking lot.
Witnesses said one of them fired back, then the man and woman both ran into the grocery store.
For two hours, Kennedy and the other shoppers were told not to leave since the store was on lockdown.
“Everyone was hysterical cause they did not know was out of the store so we all had to stay in one place and wait and wait,” Kennedy said.
UPDATE 8 P.M. – Investigators are searching for at least one shooter tonight after two people were transported to the hospital in Greenfield.
Police they got calls for a “gun battle” after a man and woman were shot in the parking lot at the Giant Eagle on Murray Avenue.
The shooting prompted a lockdown at the Giant Eagle, forcing shoppers to one side of the store for two hours.
UPDATE from police: man & woman both shot at the bus stop on Loretta/Murray. Man has serious injuries, woman has minor. Police are looking for at least one other shooter tonight. Witnesses tell us there was some sort of shoot out. @WPXI https://on.wpxi.com/2Kpskag
GIANT EAGLE SHOTS FIRED: 2 people transported after gunshots reported near Pittsburgh Giant Eagle
Channel 11’s Gabriella DeLuca is at the scene and will have a LIVE report on 11 News NOW.
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PITTSBURGH – Two people were shot in Pittsburgh’s Greenfield neighborhood on Saturday after being caught in crossfire, according to police.
Police responded to reports of shots fired near the intersection of Kaercher Street and Greenfield Avenue around 4:13 p.m.