Accused child predator Christopher Prew back in custody
An accused child predator is in police custody in Massachusetts after he was released on bail last week. Former youth hockey coach Christopher Prew, 33, was supposed to surrender Thursday to officials in Vermont on charges that he abused a 9-year-old boy at least 20 times. Sign up for our Newsletters Prew is also accused of abusing eight boys in Massachusetts. He was arrested without incident at an address on Shirley Street in Winthrop, Massachusetts State Police said. Prew had been held without bail for a year and a half, but a recent SJC ruling allowed him to be released last week before his trial.He will be held until his trial May 4.
A man accused of suddenly shooting a gun inside a crowded Pennsylvania Walmart is in custody. Five people were shot. Police say the suspect drove away with a woman and led officers on a wild chase Police Chase Ends in Serious Crash - Продолжительность: 0:40 ABC News 953 964 просмотра.
One person was arrested Wednesday night after a police chase in a stolen vehicle ended in Old East Luke Fredrick and an accomplice are accused of robbing a man and woman and taking their The pursuit ended near Fairview and Winslow avenues in Old East Dallas after the suspects crashed
DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – A man suspected of shooting a person in Dallas led police on a chase with a child in the vehicle he was driving early Monday morning, authorities said. The chase ended in a crash with no injuries.
Police said the incident started when they responded to a shooting at around 4:30 a.m. on Barrett Drive near Highway 175 in the Pleasant Grove area. According to the initial investigation, the suspect had shot a woman and drove away from the scene with his child.
Police said officers chased the suspect from Jim Miller Road to Interstate-30 and then west into downtown Dallas.
The vehicle eventually crashed at Ervay Street. The man was then taken into custody without further incident.
Police said the child who was in the vehicle was uninjured.
Police are continuing to investigate and have not said what charges the suspect could face. The condition of the woman who was shot is currently unknown.
Two people in custody after chase ends in fiery crash in Canadian County .
Two people are in custody after they led Canadian County Sheriff’s deputies on a chase Monday afternoon. The suspect vehicle crashed and caught fire, officials with the Sheriff's Office confirmed. According to the Sheriff’s Office, the suspect vehicle had been reported stolen out of Edmond. It crashed under I-40 near Richland after the pursuit. Sign up for our Newsletters Stay with KOCO 5 for updates. READ THE FULL STORY:Two people in custody after chase ends in fiery crash in Canadian CountyCHECK OUT KOCO:Get the day’s top news, weather and sports from Oklahoma City and around the state. With the best in Oklahoma news, KOCO 5 News has you covered.