Border Protection officer allegedly killed wife on Thanksgiving: Police
Dudley Bernard allegedly shot his wife, Chauntelle Bernard, to death on Thanksgiving.The League City Police Department was called to the 2300 block of Indigo Harbour Lane, where "multiple gunshots" were fired. When their criminal investigation division arrived, Dudley Bernard was in the front yard of the home and his wife, Chauntelle Bernard was dead at the front door, according to a statement Friday by the League City Police Department.
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A man was taken into custody Saturday after police said he tried to commit " suicide by cop " outside the Yukon Police Department Reporter: major john brown with yukon police says that's when the negotiating began as officers tried to talk him down . >>
Fontana police released video showing how officers stopped a man from committing suicide by cop.
It's a story that could have ended in tragedy, but instead a man in crisis got help when he called 911.
The man called 911 pretending to be reporting a man with a gun.
"He looked disgruntled...very disgruntled...when he saw the car he pulled the gun out," he said according to the 911 recording.
When officers arrived they tried to convince him to surrender.
"Show me your hands right now. Show me your hands. Let me help you. Come on! We don't want to do this, man," officers shouted to him.
"You can't help me. You can't help me. I don't have a gun. I'm the one who called," the man said.
The incident happened on Nov. 27. The man was eventually taken into custody unharmed.
Fontana Police said they are getting more of these types of calls. Officers try to de-escalate the situations and work to get desperate people the help they need.
Fall River Man Arrested For Stealing Donation Money From Store .
A Fall River man was accused of stealing money from a store that was supposed to be donated. David Friedman, 51, allegedly broke into the Studio Vogue on Brayton Avenue on Dec. 1. © Provided by CBS Boston According to police, the manager “reported that a large sum of cash was taken from the business to include donations for the Hearts for Hope.”Further investigation revealed a nearby business, Monchy Cuts, was also a victim of an attempted break-in.Police said social media helped them identify a vehicle of interest in surveillance video and then Friedman was connected to the crime.