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Murder Suspect Wanted In DC Arrested Fleeing In Colorado, Police Say
A 23-year-old man wanted for murder in Washington, DC has been arrested halfway across the country, the Metropolitan Police Department announced on Tuesday.
Eliexander Lopez-Burgos was taken into custody in Glendale, Colorado on Monday in connection to his role in the murder of Carlos Javier-Blanco Fernandez, 38, last month at an area gas station.
Neither man has a fixed address, according to police.
On Wednesday, Nov. 16, officers were called around 5:15 p.m. to the area of the 2200 block of New York Avenue NE, where they found Fernandez suffering from a gunshot wound. He was rushed to an…
Missing Philly Teen May Be En Route To Atlantic City, Authorities Say
Philadelphia police are asking for the public's aid in locating a missing teen.
Kent Johnson, 17, was last seen around 4 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 5, the department said. He was leaving his home on the 2000 block of South Hutchinson Street and said he was going to the library, according to police.
Officials said he may be with his girlfriend, whose name was not available Tuesday evening. He is also known to frequent the Atlantic City, New Jersey area, they added.
Johnson is 5-foot-10 and 140 pounds with black hair and brown eyes, authorities said. Police believe he was wear…
7-Year-Old, Mom Touched By Nurse During Spotsy Exam: Sheriff
A nurse practitioner from North Carolina working at a clinic in Virginia is facing charges for allegedly inappropriately touching a child, and 35-year-old woman in Spotsylvania over the past year, the sheriff's office announced on Tuesday.
Keith Allen Henry, 55, of Lewisburg, NC, has been charged for the alleged inappropriate touching of patients during consultations at a medical clinic in Spotsylvania.
In early November, detectives were alerted that a 7-year-old patient advised her mother that she had been touched, leading to the initial charges for Henry, who was arrested for aggravated s…
The Tale Of How A Stafford Grinch Tried Stealing Christmas
A Maryland man who tried stealing Christmas was stopped by deputies in Virginia, they'll tell ya.
'Twas Dec. 4 at approximately 12:10 p.m., and Stafford County deputies were called to Lowe's for a trespassing man.
Whether his shoes were too tight, or his heart was two sizes too small, Alphonsus Anthony's wonderful idea to steal Christmas was foiled by deputies, after all.
They looked in his sleigh, a Ram pickup, that day, and saw holiday goods, for none of which he had paid.
There were wreaths and treetops, and LED lights galore. There was a stuffed up Christmas tree, a power washer,…
Arsonist Torches $1,400 Baby Stroller Outside Bayonne Daycare, Then Approaches Police: Cops
A 37-year-old Jersey City woman was charged with arson for setting an expensive baby stroller on fire outside of a Bayonne daycare center, authorities said.
Surveillance footage captured Khaliyah Bordeaux approaching the $1,400 stroller outside of the Lauren Wendroff Early Children's Academy, at 1050 JFK Blvd., around noon on Monday, Dec. 4, Bayonne Police Capt. Eric Amato said in a release.
Bordeaux set the stroller on fire and then fled the scene, police said.
A description of Bordeaux, who was unidentified at the time, was broadcast to all units and a search was conducted…
55-Year-Old Man Standing Outside Tractor-Trailer Struck, Killed On I-95 In New Haven
A 55-year-old man standing outside of his tractor-trailer on I-95 was struck and killed by a passing Volvo in Connecticut.
Alexis Vincente, of Union City, New Jersey, was struck in New Haven around 5:30 a.m., Tuesday, Dec. 5 on I-95.
When the crash occurred, Vincente was stopped in the gore area of the I-95 South, near the Exit 46 off-ramp in the City of New Haven. The Volvo was traveling on I-95 South, in the deceleration lane adjacent to the Exit 46 off-ramp, said Connecticut State Police.
For an unknown reason, Vincente was outside of the truck at which time the Volvo struck him, p…
Potentially Rabid Raccoon Attacks Princeton University Student, Town Resident
Two people were attacked by a possibly rabid raccoon at and near Princeton University, authorities said.
While rabies is not uncommon in wild animals, "this one is concerning because it's so aggressive," said Princeton Animal Control Officer Jim Ferry. "This one has the rage-style rabies."
On Monday, Dec. 4, at approximately 8:40 p.m. near Dillon Gym on Princeton University Campus, a university student was attacked by a raccoon with suspected rabies, according to Princeton Township.
On Tuesday, Dec. 5 at about 6 a.m., a resident on Hibben Road reported they were attacked by a raccoon that …