LMAO! Free him!
This is so sad.
An innocent UPS driver was taken hostage by two jewelry store robbers fleeing police in Miramar, Florida yesterday.
The gruesome gunfight was captured on live television and shows the police surrounding the hijacked delivery truck in the middle of busy traffic before opening fire, killing the suspects, the UPS driver & two other innocent ivilians.
A GoFundMe has been created by the family of Frank Ordoñez, the driver who was killed in this horrific tragedy.
It’s such a shame that innocent people were literary “caught in the crossfire.” Seems like there could have been a better way to end this. It is unclear if the suspects shot at police first but what is clear is that an innocent father of two, just working to make a living is no longer alive.
The community is questioning whether the correct police tactics were used.
UPS issued a statement.
Could the police have handled this hostage takeover differently? Sound off in the comments!
It’s amazing how they were able to find this guy but other crimes, particularly against the blacks go unnoticed and unsolved.
Breaking911.com –A Richfield man was charged with a felony assault for punching another man outside of Donald Trump’s campaign rally.
Dwight Pierre Lewis, 31, was charged with a single count of third-degree assault.
According to the criminal complaint, the victim told police he was outside the Target Center after the Oct. 10 campaign rally when he was punched in the mouth. He told police he received several stiches at the hospital as a result of the punch. Continue reading →
A man named Tupac A. Shakur — who, despite the name, is not to be confused with the long-dead rap legend — was arrested this weekend after allegedly threatening the police with a knife.
According to Fox News, Johnson City police officers responded to a call Saturday about the 40-year-old Shakur, who had active warrants for his arrest from another department, according to a news release. When officers arrived at the scene, they reported seeing Shakur leaving in a car. Continue reading →
Fox 5 San Diego– Tommy Lee Jenkins, a former Wisconsin resident now living in Whitestown, Indiana, was charged Thursday with using a computer to attempt to persuade, induce, or entice a minor to engage in unlawful sexual activity. If convicted, Jenkins faces a mandatory minimum sentence of 10 years and a maximum of life imprisonment.
Authorities say Jenkins believed he was chatting via instant message with a teen named “Kylee,” who was actually a Winnebago County Sheriff’s Deputy with the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force. Continue reading →