The Prairie Village Police Department is asking for the public’s help identifying a car that is believed to be connected the homicide of an 18-year-old man who was found Tuesday morning outside a home in the 3500 block of Somerset Drive.Police said the vehicle appears to be a blue crossover-type vehicle and investigators believe it to possibly be either a 2013-2019 Ford Focus, Hyundai Elantra hatchback, or Nissan Juke. The video above was from 2:48 a.m. Tuesday at the intersection at 75th Street and Mission Road.“A vehicle of interest has been developed during the investigation, and the Prairie Village Police Department is requesting assistance from the public in identifying the vehicle and the vehicle owners,” the department said in a news release.Police are asking anyone with information to please call the Prairie Village Police Department at 913-385-4603 or call the TIPS Hotline at 816-474-TIPS.Police said they got the call at … Read More
Police: Ship Bottom Beach Patrol vehicle hits two Pennsylvania girls; driver charged with reckless driving
A Ship Bottom Beach Patrol vehicle struck a pair of teenage girls from Pennsylvania who were laying on the New Jersey beach a little after 1 p.m. on Saturday afternoon, local authorities said on Facebook. The incident occurred at the 26th Street Beach of the Ocean County town, which is located on Long Beach Island.
The girls’ names were not provided, but Ship Bottom police said that the victims were a 14-year-old female from Fleetwood, Berks County and a 15-year-old female from Leestwood. The two girls were taken to Jersey Shore Medical Center in Neptune City, Monmouth County where they were treated and eventually released from the hospital.
The driver of the vehicle, 22-year-old John Purdon of Barnegat, Ocean County, was charged with reckless driving pending a court date.
The town also issued a statement on its Facebook page on Saturday to send well wishes to the two female victims
Police: Drug distribution syndicate busted with arrests of four individuals, RM1m narcotics, cash, vehicle seized | Malaysia
KUALA LUMPUR, April 27 — Police busted a drug distribution syndicate following the arrests of five individuals in several locations throughout the city centre last week, including seizing narcotics worth almost RM885,000.
City police chief Commissioner Datuk Seri Mazlan Lazim said the first arrest took place near a condominium along Jalan Ipoh around 9.40am on April 22.
“A team from the Sentul district’s Narcotics Crime Investigation Department first detained a 19-year-old youth before a search on his vehicle found 3kg of ecstasy pills worth RM240,000. The police subsequently seized the suspect’s vehicle worth RM40,000.
“Initial investigations revealed that the suspect was actively involved in drug distribution activities around Klang Valley since October 2019,” he said
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KENT — An investigation is underway after several vehicles in town were broken into over the weekend.
The crimes occurred in the Geer Mountain Road area Saturday night. Items were taken from the vehicles and authorities say many of the cars had been left unlocked in residential driveways.
Kent Resident State Trooper Andrew Fisher is asking all residents to be vigilant, lock their vehicles, not leave valuables in their vehicles and keep their homes secure.
Town officials said there will be an increased police presence in
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ST. GEORGE, Utah — Police are searching for an SUV that may be helpful in the investigation of a triple homicide in California.
Louis Gabriel Lucero, 35, was arrested Thursday in Colorado on suspicion of killing his girlfriend and her two sons Wednesday in San Bernardino County, California.
Police say Lucero was in St. George Wednesday around 2 p.m. in the area near Bluff Street, and they believe he may have abandoned a silver 2008 Ford Explorer in the area with California license plate number 6HCF706.
St. George Police Officer Tiffany
SANFORD, Maine — Over the past 2 weeks, officers from the Sanford Police Department have responded to several motor vehicle burglaries throughout Sanford/Springvale.
In a post on the department’s Facebook page, they said each incident had the same theme: vehicle doors were not locked.
The department said motor vehicle burglaries are crimes of opportunity. The criminal will go car to car looking for unlocked doors and, when located, will take whatever is of value inside.
The Sanford Police Department asks that people follow these simple guidelines to deter this crime from happening:
1. Lock your vehicles doors
2. Don’t store valuables in your vehicle
3. Conceal items such as chargers, GPS, electronics
4. Lock your vehicles doors
The Sanford Police Department has increased its patrols during the overnight hours in neighborhoods and side streets.
Police ask that if you see anyone suspicious, please give them a call. Police
Police identify driver who died after rolling vehicle into Scarborough Marsh
Police have identified the driver who died after rolling his vehicle into the Scarborough Marsh. Christopher Thompson, 19, of Old Orchard Beach, was found dead in his car just before 10:00 a.m.Police said Thompson was driving south on Pine Point Road when it crashed into the marsh.Thompson was the only person inside the vehicle, police said.Pine Point Road was shut down for several hours while the scene was cleared.The crash remains under investigation.
Police have identified the driver who died after rolling his vehicle into the Scarborough Marsh.
Christopher Thompson, 19, of Old Orchard Beach, was found dead in his car just before 10:00 a.m.
Police said Thompson was driving south on Pine Point Road when it crashed into the marsh.
Thompson was the only person inside the vehicle,
Update 4/21: The Jefferson County Coroner’s Office has identified the victim as Jack Henry Moody, 23, of Birmingham.Officials said Moody was the lone rider of a motor cycle traveling west on Highway 280. He drove through the Overton Road intersection under a green light and collided with a vehicle turning onto Highway 280 from Overton Road. The vehicle left the scene without rendering aid to Moody or reporting the accident to authorities.Moody was taken to UAB Hospital where he was pronounced dead on April 17, according to the coroner’s report.Mountain Brook police need help locating a vehicle suspected to be involved in a fatal hit and run on Overton Road.Police said one person was killed late last week as a result of the accident.Authorities are looking for an older white or silver-colored work van.Anyone with information is asked to call the Mountain Brook Police Department at 205-802-2414.
ATLANTA – Atlanta police are investigating after a news vehicle was carjacked with a reporter inside of it Tuesday morning.
A news crew with CBS 46 was covering a story near Atlantic Station when a woman crashed her personal vehicle into a security gate along 17th Street. Investigators said the woman then approached the news vehicle before hopping into the driver seat and taking off.
Investigators said a reporter, identified as Iyani Hughes, was in the back seat of the running news van, possibly editing video, when the suspect jumped in and carjacked it.
Police said the reporter started screaming, telling the female carjacker to stop, and when she kept driving Hughes buckled her seatbelt.
At that point, police, who were on the scene after responding to the initial wreck, then chased after the
Thomasville police searching for white sports vehicle in hit-and-run investigation
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