A 5-year-old girl got help from a neighbor after her mother apparently overdosed on drugs this month in South Greensburg, according to police.
Marissa Ann Maddy, 26, was charged Wednesday with child endangerment.
Police were called to Reamer Avenue at 10:30 p.m. Nov. 1 and found Maddy unresponsive on the second floor. A neighbor who was summoned by Maddy’s daughter directed police to a hypodermic needle nearby, according to a criminal complaint. Officers also found an empty stamp bag of heroin and a metal spoon elsewhere in the house.
The shooter killed at least 11 people, including one of the police officers who rushed to the scene, and injured several others. He began his attack shortly after the beginning of services at the Tree of Life Synagogue. As a family gathered there for a brit milah, the man began shooting people throughout the first floor and basement of the facility, until he surrendered to the police after a shootout, declaring to them that “all these Jews need to die.”
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kristjen Nielsen tweeted that DHS would continue “to support our Mexican partners as they take steps to confront the crisis on their southern border. The Mexican federal police are handling this in a professional and humane manner.”
COLUMBUS COUNTY, N.C. — Details surrounding the fatal shooting of North Carolina Trooper Kevin K. Conner are coming into focus. Columbus County District Attorney Jon David said the shooting was captured on patrol car’s dashboard camera and a nearby security camera, WRAL reports Conner, an 11-year veteran with Troop B in District 5, was stopping a GMC pickup truck on a speeding violation at about 12:15 a.m. Wednesday on U.S. 701 near Sellers Town Road in Columbus County.