MIAMISBURG, Ohio (WDTN) – An armed robbery suspect is in the hospital with non-life threatening injuries after he was shot by police in Miamisburg Tuesday.
Police say investigators from Dearborn County, Indiana contacted law enforcement in Dayton about a man they believed was involved in an armed robbery in Indiana.
Officials tracked the man to the Red Roof Inn on Byers Road near State Route 725 Tuesday evening.
Police say they were working on a plan to take the man into custody when he unexpectedly walked out of his room.
According to authorities, when he saw officers, he started running.
Police say they opened fire when the man pulled out a gun and pointed it at officers.
Police describe the suspect as a 38-year-old man from Dayton. They say at this time, they are not releasing his name.
Officials say this is an ongoing investigation.
Police say a female suspect, identified as Nasim Aghdam, 39, died at the scene of the shooting. A San Francisco hospital received three wounded people from the incident, a spokesman says.
Updated at 3:40 a.m. ET on Wednesday
A woman with an apparent grudge against YouTube for what she claimed was censoring and “de-monitizing” her videos, opened fire at the video-sharing service’s San Bruno, Calif., headquarters, wounding several people before fatally shooting herself, according to police.
Police Chief Ed Barberini said the attack was carried out with a handgun and that it was being investigated as a domestic dispute.
Later, law enforcement officials identified the suspect as Nasim Najafi Aghdam, 39; however The San Jose Mercury News listed her age as 38.
The San Bruno Police Department is investigating a motive for this shooting. At this
time there is no evidence that the shooter knew the victims of this shooting or that
individuals were specifically targeted.
Anyone with any information related to this crime is urged to contact the San Bruno Police
Department at (650) 616-7100 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Information
can be left anonymously.
A U.S. Marine Corps helicopter crashed Tuesday — killing its four crew members — during exercises along the U.S.-Mexico border near Plaster City, Calif., military officials said.
“We are currently still responding to what we have confirmed as a single helicopter incident,” said a Facebook post from the nearby Naval Air Facility El Centro.
The naval facility sent fire and security units as well as other helicopters to the scene of the crash, KYMA-TV reported.
The city had 21 fatal overdoses last year, surpassing the county’s largest municipality, Hempfield Township, which had 19. Yet Hempfield has more than 41,300 residents, more than quadruple Jeannette’s 9,300.
“When you look at the populations … it is amazing. Usually it’s Hempfield, Derry and Unity townships with the higher populations that have had the most,” Coroner Ken Bacha said.
MARION, Ind. — Two planes collided at a small Indiana airport Monday evening, killing two firefighters, the Grant County coroner told CBS affiliate WTTV. Officials identified the victims as Kyle M. Hibst and David Wittkamper, both 31-years-old from Elwood. They had served as volunteer firefighters at the Pipe Creek Fire Department out of Madison County.
The crash at Marion Municipal Airport, about 50 miles northeast of Indianapolis, involved a small private plane, which sustained fire damage after the collision, and a larger plane that had its tail completely severed off.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) says the planes involved were a Cessna 525 Citation Jet and a single-engine Cessna 150, WTTV reports.
The FAA believes the Cessna 150 struck the tail of the Citation while attempting to take off at 5:09 p.m. local time. The Citation had just landed, WTTV reports.
Queen Elizabeth II’s 96-year-old husband, Prince Philip, has been admitted to a London hospital for a previously scheduled hip surgery, Buckingham Palace said Tuesday.
The palace said the prince entered the King Edward VII Hospital in the afternoon and would have the surgery Wednesday. It said the hospital admission and surgery were planned.
Officials declined to provide additional details about the surgery and said “further updates will be issued when appropriate.”
The prince announced in May that he was retiring from most public duties after decades of royal service. The palace said at the time he had carried out roughly 22,000 solo royal engagements since Elizabeth ascended to the throne in 1952.
The Colorado State Patrol were outdone Friday and gave up chasing a reckless driver in an old-model Mustang speeding at 150 mph.The incident occurred on Interstate 70, about 170 miles west of Denver.
The interstate generally straight and is known for drivers testing their vehicles’ limits. It’s also among the most dangerous roads, where there are more fatal crashes than in any other spot in whole Denver.
Troopers reportedly did not continue the pursuit out of their safety concerns.
Almost 15,000 flights could be delayed after a failure in Europe’s air traffic co-ordination system.
The European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation said almost 15,000 scheduled flights in Europe “could have some delay”.
Contingency plans put in place have reduced the network capacity by another 10%, it said.
The problem is expected to be solved late on Tuesday evening.
The safety group, also known by its shorter name Eurocontrol, said there had been a failure in its Enhanced Tactical Flow Management System.
The system helps to manage air traffic by comparing demand and capacity of different air traffic control sectors.
Air traffic control itself has not been directly affected, and Eurocontrol said there “are no safety implications arising from this incident”.
“We have never had anything like this before,” a Eurocontrol spokesman told the AFP news agency.
Allegheny County Police said they believe the 16-year-old’s wound was self-inflicted in the 400 block of Hamilton Street before 7 p.m. Saturday.
First responders found the boy suffering from a gunshot wound to the head.
Trib news partner WPXI-TV reported that the boy was taken to UPMC Mercy Hospital, where he later died.
NORTH HILLS (KDKA) — Police want your help identifying a man suspected of eating and drinking at restaurants in the North Hills and then skipping out without paying the check.
And it turns out, he may have struck again Monday night.
The manager of the North Park Lounge in McCandless believes man who skipped out on the bill is the same man whose picture was posted by Indiana Township Police on Facebook.
“He just ordered a coffee and then all of sudden he was gone,” said Middle Road Inn owner Natalie Fezza. “And I was like, ‘No, he didn’t leave!’ So we were waiting and waiting, and we left his stuff sit, and he was gone.”
Police report that he drives a gold Honda CRV, has a tinted license plate frame and smokes Marlboro Red.
Indiana Township Police are looking for any information that might help identify this guy.