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UPDATE: Authorities ID suspect in crime spree, deputy involved i …

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) –

The Pima County Sheriff’s Department has identified the suspect and deputy who were involved in a shooting that happened during a crime spree on Tucson’s south side on Wednesday, Oct. 4.

According to a news release, the suspect is 24-year-old Elijah Jamal Lawrence. He remains in critical condition at Banner-University Medical Center.

The deputy is 18-year PCSD veteran Sgt. Kevin Kubitskey. He was placed on administrative leave, which is standard policy in this type of incident.

Authorities said the crime spree included carjackings, an armed robbery, hostage situation and the deputy-involved shooting.

It began around 2 p.m. in the 4100 block of East Dover Stravenue.

Authorities said they were called to the area for an armed robbery and carjacking. According to the Pima County Sheriff’s Department the suspect attempted to steal a vehicle, but was unsuccessful, he then

Read more at: http://www.tucsonnewsnow.com/story/36523289/update-two-in-hospital-following-crime-spree-on-tucsons-south-side

Fla. deputy-involved shooting ends crime spree – PoliceOne

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Deputy-involved shooting ends crime spree, Osceola County …

A crime spree by two juveniles and an adult from South Florida came to a halt when an Osceola County deputy shot toward a car which officials said was barreling toward the deputy, the sheriff’s office said.

Osceola County deputies said Dominique Chavoreya Knight-Lewis, 24, a 16-year-old and 17-year-old from Pembroke Pines committed a robbery at Bealls Outlet at 3227 S. John Young Parkway. The Orlando Sentinel typically does not name juveniles accused of crimes.

Deputies and detectives searching for the trio found them at the Speedway Gas Station across the street from the store. Knight-Lewis and the teens tried to drive away but crashed the silver Toyota they drove into a deputy’s vehicle, Sheriff’s Office spokesman Major Jacob Ruiz said.

Officials said when deputies approached the car, the driver of the Toyota then aimed the car toward toward them and started driving, he said. One of the deputies feared injury or death

Read more at: http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/breaking-news/os-osceola-deputy-involved-shooting-20170921-story.html

Deputy-involved shooting ends crime spree, Osceola County Sheriff’s Office says

A crime spree venture by two juveniles and an adult from South Florida came to a halt when an Osceola County deputy shot toward the stolen car they drove, the sheriff’s office said.

Osceola County deputies said Dominique Chavoreya Knight-Lewis, 24, a 16-year-old and 17-year-old from Pembroke Pines committed a robbery at Bealls Outlet at 3227 S. John Young Parkway before running into a deputy’s vehicle. The Orlando Sentinel typically does not name juveniles accused of crimes.

Deputies and detectives searching for the trio found them at the Speedway Gas Station across the street from the store. Knight-Lewis and the teens tried to drive away but crashed the silver Toyota they drove into a deputy’s vehicle, Sheriff’s Office spokesman Major Jacob Ruiz said.

Officials said the driver of the Toyota then sped the car toward deputies who were walking in their direction, Ruiz said. One of the deputies feared for life and shot

Read more at: http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/breaking-news/os-osceola-deputy-involved-shooting-20170921-story.html

Hammond police searching for 5 young men involved in crime spree …

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A search is underway for young suspects in a crime spree.

Police in Hammond, Indiana said the five young men carjacked two men and robbed and assaulted others.

The crime spree started early Tuesday morning when a 67-year-old man was carjacked on his way to work.

Robert Orllana’s friend and co- worker met him at his house in the 5500 block of Alice Avenue in Hammond, like he does every day, and within minutes he was carjacked.

“He’s over here – ‘What happened?’ and he’s in shock, he can’t talk,” said Orllana. He realized his friend’s car had been stolen and he called police.

He says his friend was approached as soon as he parked by four men carrying baseball bats.

This was the first in a series of crimes.

Police believe the suspects

Read more at: http://www.fox32chicago.com/news/crime/268759423-story

Feds: One-man identity theft crime spree involved several victims, stores and cities

CENTRAL FALLS, R.I. (WPRI) — His face was the same, but federal investigators allege his name changed as often as his shopping choices, which included several big name retailers in a number of local communities.

But Reynaldo Martinez did not buy the nearly $40,000 in furniture and electronics with his money, according to federal indictment that sent the Central Falls resident to the Wyatt Detention Center, where he’s charged with a slew of state and local charges, including access device fraud and aggravated identity theft.

The document alleges Martinez bought “identification information” of least six people from someone who lived in Rhode Island and shopped at a variety of stores in a variety of locations, including a Best Buy in Warwick, a Kohl’s in Seekonk, a Saks Fifth Avenue in Boston and a Verizon in Mansfield, Massachusetts. He’s also accused of spending thousands on furniture at a Cardi’s Furniture and a Raymour

Read more at: http://wpri.com/2017/07/10/one-man-identity-theft-crime-spree-involved-several-stores-victims-cities/

Feds: One-man identity theft crime spree involved several victims …

CENTRAL FALLS, R.I. (WPRI) — His face was the same, but federal investigators allege his name changed as often as his shopping choices, which included several big name retailers in a number of local communities.

But Reynaldo Martinez did not buy the nearly $40,000 in furniture and electronics with his own money, according to federal indictment that sent the Central Falls resident to the Wyatt Detention Center, where he’s charged with a slew of state and local charges, including access device fraud and aggravated identity theft.

The document alleges Martinez bought “identification information” of at least six people from someone who lived in Rhode Island and shopped at a variety of stores in a variety of locations, including a Best Buy in Warwick, a Kohl’s in Seekonk, a Saks Fifth Avenue in Boston and a Verizon in Mansfield. He’s also accused of spending thousands on furniture at a Cardi’s Furniture and a

Read more at: http://wpri.com/2017/07/10/one-man-identity-theft-crime-spree-involved-several-stores-victims-cities/

Men in Hampton police shooting involved in regional crime spree, prosecutor says

A Washington, D.C., man who exchanged gunfire with Hampton police after taking control of an officer’s handgun remained in the hospital Wednesday, while a judge denied bond to two other men in the case.

Meanwhile, Hampton’s top prosecutor said the men are considered “very dangerous” and “were involved in other crimes.”

“We believe they were involved in a crime spree throughout the Hampton Roads area,” said Commonwealth’s Attorney Anton Bell. “Multiple cities are now conducting ongoing investigations into these alleged acts.”

Leonard Allen Morrison III, 29, awaits several charges — including two counts of attempted capital murder of a police officer — after being accused of grabbing an officer’s gun during an arrest Monday afternoon in the parking lot of AMC Hampton Town Centre 24, firing at officers and striking one in the chest.