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Crime Driver Killed In Violent Pacoima Wreck Which Splits Car

19:05  04 october  2019
19:05  04 october  2019 Source:   losangeles.cbslocal.com

Phoenix police say driver killed man for 'looking at him' at red light

  Phoenix police say driver killed man for 'looking at him' at red light A man was killed in March when he looked at another driver at a red light, Phoenix, Ariz., police said.“Pulling up next to another car and looking over at the driver may seem like a common occurrence, but it now appears to be the motive behind a violent murder,” police said Friday in a news release.

Freezing temperatures created white-out conditions, causing a 45-vehicle pileup.

Both drivers -- the lone occupants of each vehicle -- died in the collision, the log stated. Sky5 aerial video over the scene showed the partially charred wreckage of a crumpled silver sedan in the highway. The truck, which was clear off the roadway, also sustained major front-end damage, according to the

PACOIMA (CBSLA) — One person was killed in a single-vehicle crash in Pacoima Friday morning that was so violent it appeared to have split the car and then set it on fire.

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Just before 2 a.m., a driver lost control at the intersection of Glenoaks and Van Nuys boulevards and careened into a power pole.

The driver died at the scene. The person was not identified.

A witness told CBS2 that smoke was coming from the car immediately after the crash and then it may have caught fire. Los Angeles Fire Department crews were called out to extinguish the blaze.

Glenoaks Boulevard was shut down in both directions as of 5 a.m.

Los Angeles Police Department investigators were sorting through the mangled wreckage to try and determine what exactly caused the driver to lose control. It’s unclear if speed, alcohol or drugs were factors. L.A. Department of Water and Power crews were on scene as well to examine the power pole.

Newport News man sentenced to prison for straw purchasing a firearm .
A Newport News man was sentenced on Thursday to one and a half years in prison for straw purchasing a firearm. According to court documents, 25-year-old Treyshard Jackson-Cooper was introduced to a person from a Maryland Bike Crew who asked him to purchase a firearm for him, specifically a Glock, Model 30, semi-automatic pistol. In October 2018, Jackson-Cooper went to Superior Pawn, a licensed dealer of firearms, located in Hampton, and purchased the requested firearm. During the transaction, Jackson-Cooper completed an ATF Form 4473.Question 11(a) on ATF Form 4473 asks whether the individual filling out the form is the “actual transferee/buyer of the firearm.

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