Turkey detains 1,000 in crackdown on alleged Gulen supporters
Turkey on Wednesday detained over 1,000 suspects in a massive new crackdown on alleged supporters of US-based Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen, a week after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan won a referendum on ramping up his powers. A total of 1,009 suspects have so far been detained in raids in 72 provinces across the country, Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu was quoted as saying by the official Anadolu news agency. Gulen is blamed by the Turkish authorities for masterminding the July failed military coup that aimed to oust Erdogan from power but he denies the charges.
A nationwide arrest warrant charging Thorpe with possession of carfentanil was issued . Police said he's originally from California, and they Thorpe is believed to be driving a black Audi A4 with New Hampshire temporary registration 2089050. The car has a "Team Nissan Manchester" decal placed
The warrant originally issued will have efficacy throughout the United States and will constitute authority for arresting the defendant wherever found. The Committee believed that Rule 4 was the more appropriate location for general provisions addressing the mechanics of arrest warrants and
Police in Manchester are looking for a man who they believe is in possession of the powerful drug carfentanil, investigators said Tuesday.
Manchester police and federal agents searched the home of Preston Thorpe, 24, on Thursday, but they said they believe he fled the area before they arrived.
Police said they found a trace amount of carfentanil in the kitchen of the apartment at 50 Sentinel Court, along with a small amount of marijuana. Investigators said the apartment appeared to have been cleaned out before police arrived.
State officials warned last week that carfentanil was confirmed to be in New Hampshire, and it was linked to three overdose deaths. The drug was created to tranquilize large animals such as elephants, and officials said it's 100 times more potent than fentanyl and 5,000 times stronger than heroin.
Suspect in Fitbit Murder Case Allegedly Texted Girlfriend Before Killing: 'See You Tomorrow My Little Love Nugget'
A Connecticut man accused of killing his wife texted his pregnant girlfriend the day before the alleged murder assuring her that he was getting a divorce, police say. According to an arrest warrant obtained by PEOPLE, Richard Dabate texted his girlfriend on December 22, 2015, "I'll see you tomorrow my little love nugget," he allegedly wrote. The next day, his wife, Connie Dabate, 39, was found dead in the couple's home. Richard Dabate, 40, was arrested earlier in April. He is charged with murder, tampering with or fabricating physical evidence and providing a false statement. He remains in jail on $1 million bond. Dabate claims a masked intruder broke into their home on Dec. 23, 2015, tied him up and tortured him - then fatally shot his wife when she arrived, according to the arrest warrant. • Want to keep up with the latest crime coverage? Click here to get breaking crime news, ongoing trial coverage and details of intriguing unsolved cases in the True Crime Newsletter. Dabate had only "minor injuries" when police arrived at the scene. Connie was found dead in their basement, the warrant said. Dabate's attorney did not return PEOPLE's call for comment. More than a year after Connie's death, police say that they were able to track down a key piece of evidence: her Fitbit. According to data gathered from the device, Connie was moving around for nearly an hour after her husband said she was killed, according to court documents.
When issuing the warrant , the judge may include the condition for arrest as well as release on the For one, before a pre- warrant hearing is held, information related to the case has to be submitted in Apart from this, information on all outstanding warrants is sent to a nationwide database maintained
Official Warrants Issued By Local, County, State & Federal Courts. Arrest warrants are documents that local law enforcement request and then have signed by a judge or magistrate. The basic arrest warrant is for when a police officer believes they know who committed a crime and wanted to arrest
A nationwide arrest warrant charging Thorpe with possession of carfentanil was issued. Police said he's originally from California, and they believe he might have returned there.
Thorpe is described as 6 feet, 3 inches tall and weighing 210 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes. He has a sleeve-style tattoo on his right arm and hand and a large tattoo on his left forearm.
Thorpe is believed to be driving a black Audi A4 with New Hampshire temporary dealer registration 2089050. The car has a "Team Nissan Manchester" decal placed over the A4 on the trunk.
Police said he could be traveling with Ashley Arbogast, 28, of Manchester. She is 5 feet, 1 inch tall and weighs 156 pounds. She has brown hair and brown eyes, and has tattoos on her left arm and hand.
Anyone with information on Thorpe's whereabouts is asked to call Manchester police at 603-792-5430 or leave an anonymous tip with Manchester Crimeline at 603-624-4040. A tip that leads to his arrest is eligible for a cash reward, police said.
Deadly New Jersey standoff ends after 35 hours with suspect's surrender .
An armed suspect was arrested on Thursday following a 35-hour standoff in Trenton, New Jersey, that left a bystander dead when the man opened fire on officers, according to police and media reports. Three Mercer County sheriff's deputies were lightly injured during the standoff, WPVI reported.Police with rifles and armored trucks had swarmed a neighborhood on Wednesday and stayed through the night, talking through a bullhorn to negotiate with the barricaded suspect, according to footage from Philadelphia TV station WPVI.