Man charged in hit-and-run crash with Lamar CISD school bus
A 33-year-old Houston man has been arrested in connection with a hit-and-run crash involving a Lamar CISD school bus. Benjamin Ayala, 33, of Houston, was arrested on Tuesday and charged with crash involving damage to a vehicle > $200. The Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office says the crash happened on Oct. 14 in the 3400 block of McCrary Road. Ayala is accused of slamming into the bus and then fleeing the scene. His bond was set at $500. ALSOBenjamin Ayala, 33, of Houston, was arrested on Tuesday and charged with crash involving damage to a vehicle > $200.
Broderick Lamont Jones, 38 is charged with two counts of second-degree murder , two counts of Both Wilson and Menke were killed in the crash . Previous: Charlotte teens die in wrong-way crash Investigators say Jones was also heading home from a Super Bowl party when he got onto Hwy 74
A retired NASA astronaut has been charged with murder following an auto collision in Alabama that resulted in the death of two girls.
A Cobb County Police Department employee was arrested at police headquarters on possession of meth charges. She is now under an internal investigation.
Three French flood rescuers killed in helicopter crash
Three emergency workers were killed in a helicopter crash near Marseille while on a rescue mission in flood-hit southern France, the interior ministry said Monday. Their EC145 helicopter lost radio and radar contact while on a rescue and reconnaissance flight in the Var region Sunday night. Their EC145 helicopter lost radio and radar contact while on a rescue and reconnaissance flight in the Var region Sunday night. The three were found dead at 1:30 am near the town of Rove, Interior Minister Christophe Castaner and his secretary of state Laurent Nunez said in a statement.
On Thursday, the state filed the murder counts against him in the teens ’ deaths. Public defenders working on the case did not immediately return A police affidavit says Bourgoin hit his girlfriend in the head and threatened to throw her down the stairs in May. Police say when she tried to leave with their
Pittsburg Man Charged With 2 Murder Counts in Antioch Crash . Camila's 4-year-old sister Lenexy Cardoza died in a hospital shortly after the collision on Somersville Road on Wednesday. Their mother also was injured and taken to a hospital after the collision.
Angel Hall, 38, was arrested Monday afternoon by the Marietta Police Department. Hall works as the records supervisor for Cobb police.
Channel 2 Cobb Bureau Chief Chris Jose got a copy of the arrest warrant Tuesday.
According to the warrant, Hall brought meth to Cobb police headquarters between Nov. 29 and Dec. 2. Marietta police said she had the drugs in her lanyard and purse.
2 Battle Creek teens charged with murder, armed robbery
Kolbie McGinn and Trenten Cohoon, both 17, were arraigned in Calhoun County District Court in the Nov. 23 shooting death of Michael Corbin. © Provided Kolbie McGinn © Provided Trenten Cohoon Corbin was found dead in his home on Boulder Street. Battle Creek police said he had been shot three times. He was found by his brother and nephew about 5:30 p.m. Saturday after they could not reach him by text or phone.Both McGinn and Cohoon were arrested on Wednesday after Battle Creek police received a tip and obtained a search warrant for the home of the teens at 29 Harris Ave.
Officers arrested the man on suspicion of offences including murder and attempted murder . Police and recovery workers remove a damaged bus from the scene of a crash in Sevenoaks Road, south-east London. A man has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving after a
A 23-year-old Irvine man has been charged with murder for a suspected driving under the influence crash that left two people dead. Norman David Martin was arrested Tuesday in connection with the July 22, 2017 crash at the Jamboree Road and Main Street intersection.
Visitors at Cobb police headquarters were shocked to hear about the arrest.
"Why would you bring it here? Out of all places," one man told Jose.
Police learned about the drugs in Hall's purse after officers said two elementary school students found it at a local park.
Elizabeth Porter Park is a popular place for families and is about half a mile away from Cobb police headquarters.
The children found the purse in a parking lot Saturday and turned it over to a civilian employee who responds to non-emergency calls.
Cobb police have not commented on the arrest. Sources told Channel 2 Action News that Hall is on administrative leave while the department conducts an internal investigation.
Marietta police is handling the criminal investigation since it made the arrest.
Hall was booked into the county’s jail before being released later Monday on a $4,070 bond, records show. Jose went by Hall's home on Tuesday but no one answered the door.
Aunt of teen suspect in Tessa Majors murder speaks out: ‘I am sorry for her family, but I know my nephew did not do this’ .
The aunt of a 13-year-old charged with the murder of a Barnard College freshman said the boy didn’t do it. The woman, who did not want to be identified, insisted that cops have the wrong suspect in custody. “He didn’t do this,” she said Friday through sobs. “My nephew did not do that.” Hours earlier, cops arrested the teen, and charged him with murder in the death of Tessa Majors, 18, a freshman who was fatally stabbed as she jogged Wednesday afternoon in Morningside Park, near the Columbia University campus that Barnard shares with the school.