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HAMDEN — A West Haven man was arrested July 24 after fleeing from police executing a search and seizure warrant, according to the Hamden Police Department. Shakur Ford, 21, of Washington Avenue, West Haven, was charged with interfering with a search warrant, police said. Capt. Ronald Smith said Hamden police were joined by West Haven officers and members of the U.S. Marshal’s Violent Fugitive Task Force in executing the warrant last Wednesday. “The search warrant was in connection with the June 28th shootings on Choate Avenue,” Smith said. “Upon arrival Ford fled, engaging officers in a foot pursuit. He was subsequently arrested and transported to Hamden Police Headquarters.
Police in Port St. Lucie are searching for a man who walked into a Walmart and asked a sales clerk if they could sell him anything "that would kill 200 people."
According to police, the man, who is believed to be in his 50s with grayish black hair and a goatee, approached a sales clerk in the sporting goods department at the Walmart located at the 10000 block of South US 1 and asked "Can you sell me anything (or a gun) that would kill 200 people?"
The incident happened Wednesday just after 7 p.m.
The sales clerk replied, "This isn't funny," and the man replied "I know," and then repeated the question.
Police search for suspect in No. 4 train assault
The NYPD released information about a person wanted in connection with the assault of a subway rider last month on a No. 4 train in the Bronx and asked for the public’s help in finding the suspect. Cops said that two women got into an argument on a Woodlawn-bound train after bumping into each other near the Yankee Stadium stop on July 18 at about 4:25 p.m. One of them shoved the other to the floor of the train, then punched and kicked her in the the face, according to police. The suspect fled and the injured rider declined medical attention.
The man left the store after making the second statement.
Police are now asking the public for help in identifying the man. Anyone with information is asked to call Port St. Lucie police.
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