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  • FBI releases new wanted poster of suspected Capitol rioters January 20, 2021
    The FBI released a new wanted poster Wednesday featuring the photos of 10 more suspects allegedly tied to the deadly Capitol Building riots. “ASSAULT ON FEDERAL OFFICERS AND VIOLENCE AT THE UNITED STATES CAPITOL,” the feds wrote above the men’s headshots. The snaps included one guy in a wacky outfit of blue gloves with white...
    Kate Sheehy
  • Emily Hernandez, accused Capitol rioter seen with Pelosi’s nameplate, surrenders to FBI January 20, 2021
    A Missouri woman allegedly caught on video carrying a broken sign from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office during the US Capitol riot has surrendered to the FBI, authorities said. Emily Hernandez, of Sullivan, was arrested Tuesday in St. Louis, according to a Department of Justice website detailing the federal charges against suspects in the US...
    Joshua Rhett Miller
  • NYC subway shove victim says she ‘literally saw nothing’ before attack January 20, 2021
    The woman who was randomly shoved into a moving train in Manhattan this week said she “literally saw nothing” before the sudden attack. Alexandra Sheehan, 31, of East Meadow, Long Island, was at the Lexington Avenue/59th Street station around 5:40 p.m. Tuesday, when Linda Chavez, 33, of Queens, suddenly pushed her as a 6 train...
    Kevin Sheehan, Tina Moore, Amanda Woods
  • Colorado woman charged with killing stepson ruled fit for trial January 20, 2021
    A Colorado woman charged with killing her 11-year-old stepson has been found competent to stand trial in the boy’s grisly slaying. Letecia Stauch, 37, is accused of killing Gannon Stauch, who was last seen leaving his Colorado Springs home in January 2020. Stauch reported the boy missing, claiming he failed to return home from a...
    Joshua Rhett Miller
  • Elon Musk’s ‘Not A Flamethrower’ is landing people in legal trouble January 20, 2021
    The cheeky name Elon Musk gave his flamethrower hasn’t convinced cops that it’s not dangerous. The fire-shooting torches that Musk’s Boring Company sold as a lucrative publicity stunt have created legal headaches around the world for people who bought them, a new report says. The billionaire Tesla chief’s tunneling startup marketed its propane-powered flamethrower as...
    Noah Manskar
  • Minnesota man threatened to kill cops at pro-Trump rally, feds say January 20, 2021
    A Minnesota man threatened to kill cops at a pro-Trump rally and sold privately made firearms to undercover agents, federal authorities said. Dayton Charles Sauke, 22, of Owatonna, was charged Tuesday with possession of an unregistered firearm – a sawed-off shotgun – after he sold a gun for $1,500 to undercover agents from the Bureau...
    Joshua Rhett Miller
  • Burglars raid Balenciaga flagship store in Manhattan January 19, 2021
    A crew of burglars raided the Balenciaga flagship store on the Upper East Side early Tuesday — less than a month after thieves took off with $60,000 worth of bags from the luxury shop’s SoHo location, according to police.  About eight or nine men smashed the glass door of the luxury fashion store on Madison Avenue near East 59th...
    Amanda Woods
  • Man accused of kidnapping Fla. teen is arrested in Virginia January 18, 2021
    A man who allegedly kidnapped a Florida couple and their teenage daughter at gunpoint has been arrested in Virginia, police said.
    Joshua Rhett Miller
  • Suspect was out on bail when he allegedly killed Philadelphia man January 18, 2021
    The suspect charged with murdering a Philadelphia man as he walked his dog was out on bail in an armed kidnapping case, police said.
    Joshua Rhett Miller
  • Baltimore anti-gun violence activist Dante Barksdale fatally shot in head January 18, 2021
    Dante Barksdale, 46, who worked as an outreach coordinator for the city’s Safe Streets campaign, was shot in the head early Sunday at the Douglass Homes in southeastern Baltimore.
    Joshua Rhett Miller

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