Sources: Suspect In Custody For Fatally Shooting 16-Year-Old Girl Getting Off Bus In North Philly To Be Charged
Police sources have identified the suspect as 41-year-old Robert Jamieson. The shooting happened shortly after 4:30 p.m. at 22nd Street and Sedgley Avenue on Saturday.© Provided by CBS PhiladelphiaSources say Jamieson will be charged with murder and three counts of attempted murder.Investigators say they recovered a 9mm Smith and Wesson handgun, which they say Jamieson was not permitted to carry.Police say Jamieson has eight priors.Jamieson, according to police, was walking up the street, randomly firing his gun as people exited a SEPTA bus. He first shot at a woman, but she was not struck.
KALAMAZOO, MI – Police early Tuesday, Dec. 9, arrested a man suspected of firing gunshots on Pierce Avenue near South Rose Street.
Kalamazoo police responded to a report of gunshots around 10:45 p.m. Monday in the 200 block of Pierce Avenue. Police found several casings in the road.
No victim was found.
A resident reported a white car fleeing the scene after shots were fired. After interviewing those at the scene, police identified a suspect.
Around 1:15 a.m., Kalamazoo County sheriff’s deputies found the suspect in the 4900 block of Sprinkle Road. He was arrested without incident. He was carrying a concealed firearm, police said.
The suspect, a 29-year-old Kalamazoo man, was arrested for carrying a concealed weapon and an outstanding warrant. Police are seeking additional charges.
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Suspected neo-Nazi leader charged with violating gun ban .
King County prosecutors have charged the suspected leader of Washington’s chapter of the neo-Nazi group Atomwaffen Division with unlawful possession of a firearm, in violation of a court order issued under the state's red-flag law. The Seattle Times reports Kaleb James Cole was charged with the gross misdemeanor Monday. A warrant was issued for his arrest in Washington, with bail set at $20,000, according to court documents from the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office.