ibusinesslines.com August 19, 2018

Columbia police arrest man after officers watch drug transaction

11 April 2018, 06:23 | Melissa Porter

Credit Philadelphia Police

Credit Philadelphia Police

Police have arrested a Laurinburg teenager wanted for a shooting in late March. When officers went to search the room, they found another man and woman who was wanted on a parole violation.

During the interrogation, Bibeesh reportedly told the police that he was trapped by the brothers as they were not happy with his decision to leave the studio for self-employment.

Police said the suspect was driving an older 4-door silver Honda, possibly a Civic, that had dark tinted windows.

Campbell's 14 year-old daughter called 911 saying her dad was threatening to kill his family.

April 2 at 2:20 p.m. / Police arrested Samuel J. Nasise, 48, of Los Alamos at 2500 Trinity Dr., on an outstanding Municipal Court warrant.

According to police in NY, 34-year-old Ainsley Johnson bit part of the officer's left middle finger inside a Brooklyn police station on Friday night.

Police found two guns in the living run, two hunting riffles in the closet, an AR-15 leaning against the home in the backyard, and hundreds of rounds of ammunition.

Police visited the scene and picked the body which was taken to the University Teaching Hospital (UTH) Mortuary.

The suspect escaped from the scene. The incident comes two days after Danville Commonwealth's Attorney Michael Newman announced no charges would be sought against officer Justin P. Nelson who exchanged gunfire with and killed Richard Towler, 54, following a 45-minute standoff early in the morning on January 7.

The night of April 5, Hollister Police officers responded to the 900 block of West Street just south of downtown, in response to a report of shots being fired into a house, according to a press release.

He has also been a suspect in other shootings, police said.

Other News

Trending Now

France, Saudi Arabia agree on need to curb Iranian 'expansionism'
On the issue of Yemen, the crown prince and French president agreed to hold a conference on the Yemeni issue next summer. The conservative kingdom will be represented at the Cannes Film Festival for the first time next month.

Russian stock market plummets after U.S. sanctions
Despite the sell-off, some analysts said it was premature to change the economic forecasts. The dollar-denominated RTS index was down by 1.8 per cent to 1,075 points.

Syrian government forces preparing for possible United States attack, war monitors say
Amid the tough talk at the White House, the US military appeared to be in position to carry out any attack order. Israel has previously targeted Iranian units in Syria, but declined to comment on the latest strike.

You don't replace Muhammad Ali, athletics chief blasts Usain Bolt 'obsession'
Tomas Walsh did not match his Games record 22.45m in qualifying but was nonetheless a comfortable victor in the men's shot put final.

Mo Salah's Finish Against Man City Tonight Was Absolutely Delicious
The second came on Saturday at home to Manchester United - a derby setback that denied City the chance to seal the title. You won't find a team who can keep the same momentum, the same rhythm, the same pace with this amount of games.

Cañon City School Board discusses possibility of four-day school week
Scenario 1 consists of building two new schools for Abbeville High School and Dixie High School as well as replacing John C. Instead, Monday night school board members laid out a timeline they'll follow as they make a decision.

Trump Take on China's 'Stupid' Auto Trade May Stymie Industry Growth
China has already proposed new tariffs on $50 billion of U.S. goods and threatened to retaliate further. But the stakes are higher in the dispute over China's aggressive technology policies.