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Crime Man wanted in connection with homicide in custody, DA says

22:15  30 september  2019
22:15  30 september  2019 Source:   wcvb.com

Chicago police officer shot: Manhunt underway for a suspect

  Chicago police officer shot: Manhunt underway for a suspect A manhunt is underway in Chicago for a man authorities believe shot a police officer on Saturday, as well as a woman earlier in the week. Michael Blackman, 45, is wanted on suspicion of shooting a Chicago police officer Saturday morning on the city's South Side, in the 1900 block of West 65th Street, authorities said.The officer was taken to a hospital, where he or she was "completing surgery and is in stable condition," Chicago police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said. Blackman also is a suspect in a separate shooting, which injured a woman Wednesday morning in the city's Fulton River District, Chicago police said.

The Middlesex County District Attorney's Office and Lowell police say a man wanted in connection with a homicide is in custody . Subscribe to WCVB on YouTube

Authorities took into custody a person of interest in three fatal shootings, an aggravated robbery, attempted murder and a home invasion in the Cypress area and north The first aggravated robbery police said Rodriguez is connected to was a home invasion July 9 in the 12000 block of Foxburo Drive.

The Middlesex County District Attorney's Office and Lowell police say a man wanted in connection with a homicide is in custody

a close up of a person in a red shirt: Anthony © Middlesex DA Anthony "Tony" Mossetti

At 5:09 p.m. Saturday, Lowell police responded to a 911 call regarding a man who had been found unresponsive in his Wilder Street home.

Upon arrival, police said they found the 51-year-old victim on the floor with apparent trauma. He was pronounced dead at the scene, according to officials.

On Sunday, the Office of the Medical Examiner determined the cause of death was blunt force injuries and ruled the manner of death to be homicide. The victim's identity has not yet been released.

Woman allegedly kills 75-year-old man, sets fire to LI home to cover it up

  Woman allegedly kills 75-year-old man, sets fire to LI home to cover it up CENTRE ISLAND, N.Y. — A Long Island woman was arrested for allegedly killing a 75-year-old man and torching his Long Island home to cover it up. Jennifer Gross was taken into custody Friday and faces charges of second-degree murder and second-degree arson, police said. On Nov. 20, 2018, emergency responders were called to a fire that broke out at a Centre Island home. Authorities extinguished Jennifer Gross was taken into custody Friday and faces charges of second-degree murder and second-degree arson, police said.

PEWAUKEE — A suspect was taken into custody in connection to a homicide in Pewaukee, and family members identified the victim as Joanne Curley. Police have been investigating the suspicious death at a residence near Meadow Creek and Lexington since Thursday night, Jan.

Among the suspects in custody in connection to the Ortiz shooting was the alleged shooter, identified by authorities as Rolfy Ferreyra, aka Sandy, a skinny, tattooed 25-year-old who officials said had confessed to the shooting. In a statement, officials said the weapon used, a Browning Hi Power

The District Attorney's Office said police have determined that 53-year-old Anthony "Tony" Massetti, who was known to the victim, was at the residence. Investigators said they have probable cause to believe that Massetti allegedly struck the victim during an altercation, which resulted in his death.

Massetti was located Monday afternoon and taken into custody, according to the Middlesex District Attorney's Office.

The Middlesex District Attorney's Office, Lowell police and state police are investigating the incident.

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Man Taken Off Newark-Bound Flight by Cops After Miami Incident .
Police were forced to take a man into custody at Miami International Airport early Monday morning after they say he barged onto a plane. Officials from the airport said the incident took place on board American Airlines Flight 1060, which was bound for Newark, New Jersey, and was scheduled to leave shortly before 7 a.m. ET. Miami-Dade Police say the man, who had a ticket for the flight, began yelling loudly before he bypassed a gate agent and got on the plane.Officers say the man began saying things that led them to believe he was in some sort of crisis, forcing them to take him into custody and delay the flight’s takeoff.

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