A thief stole a huge, unwieldy flat-screen TV from a Maryland porch last month, but his getaway wasn’t exactly smooth, video shows.
After hopping out of a car on Nov. 29, the thief scampers up to the front steps of a home in Fort Washington, then grabs the hulking cardboard box and begins running back to the car.
Nearly one month after we told you that two U.S. Marines Corps reservists said they were attacked in Old City on November 17th near the controversial “We the People” rally, the two suspects and their accusers appeared in a Philadelphia courtroom on Thursday morning.
The Marines, Alejandro Godinez and Luis Torres, both testified in uniform about the incident, while three Marine officers, including their commanding officer, stood in the gallery. The suspects, Thomas Massey and Tom Keenan, who have been linked to antifa on websites and social media, sat together with their individual lawyers and did not speak.
A 9-year-old girl’s father and stepmother tied her hands behind her back, held her down in the bathtub with a towel across her face and poured water over her repeatedly, Utah police say.
They were did it to punish her, police said, according to Fox 13.
Sex education lessons in which pupils as young as eight will be told ‘all genders’ have periods were yesterday condemned as unnecessarily confusing for young children.
The classes follow guidelines that were issued to teachers to help them avoid offending girls who identify as boys.
On 7 December 2018, at about 7:45 p.m., the owner of the Alibaba’s convenience store in Syracuse, New York shot and wounded an armed robber. The robber ended up in the hospital. The story made the news.
A local reporter for syracuse.com, Patrick Lohmann, investigated the story and wrote it up. While doing a followup, Lohmann discovered the store owner had shot another robbery suspect six weeks earlier.
That story did not make the news. From syracuse.com:
That’s at New Melones Reservoir just outside of Angels Camp. I know the place well, that’s where I spent most of my free time in the winter when the BATs would come up into the shallows. There ain’t nothing like a trout over 5 pounds hitting your lure like a freight train.
Oh, and Glory Hole? Named for a rich pocket of gold found in the area. Calaveras County was known for its pocket gold, deposits that aren’t connected to any vein due to early seismic activity.
That bull rider’s going to shoot forward about the time the bull levels off and snaps his head back, just watch.
Three construction company employees assigned to clean up the Camp Fire burn zone were fired — and face a criminal investigation — after one of them allegedly posted to social media a series of offensive photos showing themselves in the scorched Northern California area, the company announced.
The Bigge Crane and Rigging employees were fired following their “abhorrent” behavior cleaning up the town of Paradise, in Butte County, which was destroyed by the deadly Camp Fire.
There’s a time and place for everything. Laughing and joking at the expense of somebody else who very possibly just suffered the most catastrophic loss of their life probably wasn’t a real good idea.
A new magazine capacity restriction goes into effect today in New Jersey. The internet is on fire with cries of people, including many gun owners not in New Jersey, criticizing the law as unjust, unconstitutional, meaningless, unfair and worse. What is missing is much real practical advice for New Jersey Gun Owners. What should they do now? What should they do with magazines that have a capacity of over 10 rounds?
Unfortunately, while the law may eventually be found unjust and overturned, today it is the law. Second Amendment Organization is a staunch advocate of Gun Rights, but those rights are defined by our laws. We believe it is imperative that Responsible Gun Owners follow the law. In this case, that means the New Jersey Gun Owners should comply with the law… and fight it! Part of fighting it involved educating people about why these types of laws have little or no effect in regard to saving lives and why people might want or need large capacity magazines in the first place. 2AO is staunchly against magazine capacity restrictions, as stated in this set of Position Statements. Recommending that New Jersey residents comply with the law is not “compromise,” it is accepting the current reality.
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When I saw this article a few days ago I commented at the link that with 2A organizations like that, they might as well be on the New Jersey State Police payroll.
They didn’t see fit to publish it.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez needs a break.
The Bronx-bred democratic socialist heading into her freshman term in the House of Representatives announced Monday she’s taking some time off to take care of herself before she officially starts her new job — and she’s taking her supporters along for the ride.
Then of course there’s people that would steal the drawers and leave the car.
Two men who formerly oversaw the city-owned Knowles Assisted Living Center have been arrested and charged with misspending government money and stealing from patients.
Mike Hampton, who was contracted by the city to run the adult daycare in 2014, was charged with one count of theft over $60,000; one count of theft over $10,000; and 44 counts of willful abuse, neglect or exploitation of a vulnerable adult.