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CrimeLMPD officers find boy's stolen bike, surprise him with it at hospital

00:06  13 june  2019
00:06  13 june  2019 Source:   wlky.com

Police: Teen shot, killed near basketball court in Victory Park

Police: Teen shot, killed near basketball court in Victory Park The Louisville Metro Police Department is investigating a fatal shooting at Victory Park involving a teenager. The shooting was reported around 9:15 p.m. Monday at 22nd Street and Greenwood Avenue. Police said a victim who appeared to be in his late teens was shot multiple times near a basketball court. He was transported to University Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. LMPD's Homicide Unit is investigating. There are no suspects at this time. Anyone with information is asked to call LMPD's anonymous tip line at 574-LMPD (5673). READ MORE:Police: Teen shot, killed near basketball court in Victory Park CHECK OUT WLKY:Live. Local. Late-Breaking.

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Two Louisville metro police officers went the extra mile to cheer up a 7-year-old boy.

According to police, the boy had to go to the hospital last week after someone pushed him down and stole his new bike.

Upon receiving a call on the incident, Officer Huffman put a description out on the radio, and Officer Marshall saw a person matching the description headed towards Jackson Street.

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The officers found the bike dumped behind a house.

They then took it to Norton Children's Hospital to return it to the boy and his mother.

By the looks of the picture, he was overjoyed.

Mesquite Chase Involving Stolen Vehicle Ends With Crash In Front Of Business In Dallas

Mesquite Chase Involving Stolen Vehicle Ends With Crash In Front Of Business In Dallas A chase involving a stolen vehicle that started in Mesquite ended after the suspect crashed in front of a business in Dallas early Thursday morning, police say. According to police, a Mesquite officer tried to pull over a pickup truck with two people inside near Peachtree and Picadilly when the chase began. The pickup was reported stolen out of Irving. Police say the chase lasted about 11 minutes and ended when the pickup lost control going down a hill and crashed into an unoccupied vehicle in front of a business in the 5200 block of Military Parkway in Dallas.

All of the officers were off duty when they were they were surprised by the gunmen. No one is surprised at the theatrics cued by the announcement of an imminent resumption of the scrap metal Secondly, I was surprised of how difficult was for me to find an answer when I needed some time

Someone stole my cargo bike on Saturday. If you have any tips plz call or text 213-909-8986 I thanked the officers profusely, showed them evidence I was the owner (their console had my I lost a lot of sleep, a month or two off my life due to stress, but I found out the key to getting your bike back

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LMPD asks for tips as rash of weekend shootings remain unsolved.
Violence surged over the weekend in Louisville. Since Friday, LMPD said there were 13 shootings in Louisville in seven separate incidents. Two of them were fatal. Officials said Monday that they are exploring several leads, but no arrests have been made. They also said none of the shootings appear to be connected. Now they are asking the community for any tips. Officials said so far this year, there have been 43 homicides, which is six more than this time last year. However, they said that number is still lower than it was in 2016 and 2017. WLKY will update this story after the news conference.

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