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Crime Two injured after car crashes into Shoe Dept. in downtown Suffolk

01:20  18 october  2019
01:20  18 october  2019 Source:   13newsnow.com

ICE getting eviction notice in Boston

  ICE getting eviction notice in Boston The Suffolk County Sheriff is cutting ties with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The move comes as the department begins to take in more female inmates from surrounding counties. ICE has been under contract with Suffolk County to use its facilities for detainees since 2003. About 200 illegal immigrants are being housed at the South Bay House of Correction. Sheriff Steven Tompkins said he wants to move them elsewhere and is giving ICE 60 days to make that happen. He wants to provide rehabilitation services to more women who will soon be housed at the facility. The female inmates are headed there as part of a new agreement among several counties.

Two Seattle police cars crashed into one another en route to a call in downtown Seattle early Sunday afternoon. One of the police cars was pushed by the impact under the back end of a tour bus parked at the curbside beside the Roosevelt Hotel. Neither officer appeared to be seriously injured in the crash .

An out-of-control car plowed into a recently installed concrete barrier put in place to protect pedestrians in Times Square Tuesday morning, leaving two A 25-year-old man told cops he was about to cross the street when the collision occurred, causing the barrier to strike him, injuring his right foot and toes.

Police are working to learn what caused a driver to veer off the street and drive right into a storefront in downtown Suffolk Thursday morning.

According to city spokesperson Diana Klink, first responders were called to the Shoe Dept. in the 11000 block of North Main Street just before 3:20 p.m.

Investigators learned that a woman driving through downtown jumped the curb and went through the glass front of the building. She wasn't injured, but two store employees were.

One male employee suffered minor injuries and refused to be taken to the hospital. The female employee was transported for treatment with non-life threatening injuries.

A Neighborhood Development Services official also responded to determine the extent of structural damage to the business.

No other details have been released at this time, including if charges are being filed.

Newport News student arrested after bringing gun to school .
The Newport News Police Department arrested a Woodside High School student who brought a gun into school. On Wednesday, the school resource officer was told by a staff member that a student had a gun inside his backpack. Police said the student was removed from class, and a gun was found where the staff members said it was, in his backpack. The 16-year-old student was taken into custody by police, and he was charged with Possession of Firearm on School Property and Underage Possession of a Firearm. Newport News Police Department said the student was taken to Juvenile Detention.

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