Monthly Archives: November 2016

Two-county crime spree ends with suspect’s capture in Loveland …

LOVELAND, Colo. — Law enforcement captured a suspect in Loveland on Wednesday night after a crime spree that crossed Boulder and Larimer counties.

The Boulder County Sheriff’s Office received calls about 5:30 p.m. about a man trying to steal cars from the parking lot at Praha Restaurant at 75th Street and Ute Highway.

The sheriff’s office said the suspect had abandoned a car he stole about 3 p.m. near the Owl Canyon area of Larimer County.

“When confronted by staff and vehicle owners, the suspect threatened one employee with a knife. One person on scene used a stun gun on the suspect, who then fled and subsequently stole a vehicle from a nearby house,” the sheriff’s office said in a statement.

Deputies initiated a pursuit of the suspect but terminated it because of the suspect’s “erratic and dangerous driving.”

The suspect eventually made his way into Larimer County, where law enforcement from additional agencies pursued and

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Two detained in violent Vista crime spree – KGTV …

VISTA, Calif. – A man and woman were detained and two others were being sought in connection with a series of violent incidents in Vista early Wednesday morning.

The situation began at about 4:30 a.m. when San Diego County sheriff’s deputies responded to a 911 call regarding a road rage incident on Gopher Canyon Road. According to the caller, a repo truck with a vehicle in tow was being followed by two cars. One of the suspects in the cars pulled out a shotgun and fired at least one shot at the repo truck.

The repo truck was able to continue on Gopher Canyon Road, where it was met by deputies. The driver of the truck was not hurt.

One of the suspect cars crashed into a ditch at the intersection of Gopher Canyon Road and East Vista Way, a California Highway Patrol officer told 10News. Two suspects crawled out of the crashed

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Old Navy arson suspect believed to be responsible for recent crime …

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The man accused of firebombing the Old Navy appeared in federal court Wednesday morning. For the first time he was publicly linked to the string of other fires around the city including The Carlisle building in Nob Hill.

The judge decided David Hickman is a danger to the community and a flight risk so he’ll stay behind bars until his trial.

The state argued he could strike again and that he is a danger to the community and to responding police officers and firefighters. The state also linked Hickman to the $9 million Carlisle fire, the overnight attacks on three Starbucks, a Barnes and Noble and a pro-life ministry all last week.

Police arrested him after he drove away from the Old Navy and say they found guns, ammo, explosive materials and mason jars that our sources tell us were filled with gasoline.

They are waiting

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Huddersfield mum took children on crime spree around Boots, Toys R Us, Topshop

Mum took children on crime spree around Boots, Toys R Us, Topshop...
nnnn(L-R) Zoe Ray and her mother Heather Ray at Kirklees Magistrates’ Court (Picture: MEN)

A mother has landed herself on Santa’s naughty list after she went on a Christmas shopping spree but didn’t pay for anything.

Heather Ray enlisted the help of her daughter, Zoe, 18, as they went round lifting items from Boots, Toys R Us, Topshop, Next, House of Fraser, HMV, Waterstones, Body Shop and Clinton’s.

But, Father Christmas’s keen-eyed elves spotted them and they’ve been taken to court. The Rays pleaded guilty to shoplifting at nine different shops in Huddersfield.

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Prosecutor Andy Wills told Kirklees Magistrates’ Court that Mrs Ray

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Armed Robber Gets 10 Years In Prison For Crime Spree That Hit Shelton

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — A 30-year-old Bridgeport man was sentenced Tuesday to 121 months of imprisonment, followed by three years of supervised release, for participating in an armed robbery spree in 2014.

The sentence was handed down to Derrick Gilliam by Chief U.S. District Judge Janet C. Hall in Bridgeport in connection with seven holdups that occurred from April to July 2014.

Based on court documents and statements made in court, the crime spree began on April 26, 2014, when Gilliam, along with Lancelot Supersad and others, committed an armed robbery of the CVS Pharmacy on Grasmere Avenue in Fairfield, stealing about $2,376.

On May 3, 2014, they attempted an armed robbery of the Mobil Gas station on Noble Avenue in Bridgeport, prosecutors said.

The spree continued on May 10, 2014,

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Man’s crime spree takes him from Taranaki to Blenheim |

The Blenheim District Court.

The Blenheim District Court.

A man has admitted stealing items from a rugby clubrooms and attempting to steal a charity box from a holiday park.

Daniel Page, 32, broke into the Toko Rugby Clubrooms in Taranaki and stole about $1500 worth of property on April 5.

He took meat from the freezer, first aid kits, a cash register, and an industrial vacuum cleaner.

Page then visited the Top 10 Holiday Park, in Blenheim, on July 31 where he found the reception area unattended, a police summary of facts said.

READ MORE: Crowbar used in daylight robbery during Bell Block rugby match

Staff later caught him on their security camera footage, walking behind the counter and attempting to remove a charity box stuck to the counter.

A holiday park spokeswoman said the box was raising money for penguins, though she could not remember the name of

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Police Chief increases coverage to combat recent crime spree


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            To combat the recent crime spree in the Preston business district, Preston City Chief Ken Geddes issued a letter through the Greater Preston Business Association to member businesses that outlined tips to help them improve security.

            The letter also noted that the department has increased coverage and employed other measures to resolve the problem.

            “We will focus all our resources to resolve these crimes,” he stated.

            One of the tips Chief Geddes suggested was to make deposits regularly so the cash the thieves seem to be looking for is not available. He noted that open registers have not been damaged, but closed ones had.

            “Make sure you camera system is operating. Leave a light on in your office or register area to make you cameras more effective,” he stated.

            HE also suggested an alarm system

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Baton Rouge crime spree leaves 2 dead including suspect


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BATON ROUGE, La. (AP)  An official in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, says a man who fatally shot a woman and ran over two bystanders with his car before crashing into an ambulance has died following a shootout with sheriff’s deputies.

Maj. Bryan White, chief of detectives for the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Department, said that the 48-year-old man fired at deputies Sunday night when they demanded he show his hands. They shot the man, who fled into a wooded area near Interstate 10. He was captured and died en route to the hospital.

White says that earlier Sunday evening the man fatally shot the woman and threw her out of a car. He shot and injured another person and ran over two bystanders-including a 17-year-old emergency medical trainee.

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Qld man charged after one-day crime spree –

A Queensland man is facing a string of charges after allegedly robbing eight businesses and assaulting at least two people during a one-day crime spree.

It’s alleged the 21-year-old stole cash and other items from eight businesses in Beenleigh, south of Brisbane, on Sunday afternoon and on at least two occasions assaulted people trying to prevent the thefts.

He was arrested after a police chopper tracked his car and is due face 13 charges in the Beenleigh Magistrates Court on Monday.

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Burglar targeted homes and cars including Porsche in one night crime spree

A burglar said that drugs had blotted out his memory of a one night crime spree in which he targeted homes and cars including a Porsche.

Lee Hill, 32, from Middlesbrough , appeared over a video link from Holme House Jail in Stockton to admit the blitz on October 20.

Hill’s lawyer told Teesside Crown Court that a victim witnessed his bizarre behaviour as he walked down a street carrying eight coats.

Simon Walker, defending, said that Hill was watched as he tried the doors of parked cars including a Porsche Boxter and a Citroen 1.

Mr Walker told the judge: “Some aspects of this man’s life are distressing.

“He had taken drugs and alcohol and his recollections of events are zero.

“My representations in court will be that this is an exceptional case. I think that the court would benefit from reports, because on any view this is

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