close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for May 29 Fox News Flash top headlines for May 29 are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com The brother of a man wanted in connection with the murder of a 15-year-old boy earlier this month was fatally shot by Chicago police officers Tuesday afternoon during an armed confrontation near an elementary school, officials said. Authorities tasked with searching for a suspect in the drive-by killing of Jaylin Ellzey reportedly attempted to make an arrest early Tuesday afternoon near Horace Mann Elementary School when the suspect pulled a handgun inside his vehicle, leading police to open fire, authorities said. The suspect was hit and later died at the University of Chicago Medical Center, the Chicago Tribune reported. CHICAGO SHOOTINGS: MORE THAN 34 SHOT – 5 FATALLY – DURING MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND: POLICE Police initially said the man who was fatally shot was also the suspect in the … [Read more...] about Chicago police shoot, kill brother of suspect wanted in murder of boy, 15
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WESTMINSTER, Colo. (CBS4) — We're hearing from witnesses of a deadly officer involved shooting in Westminster Friday night. A man accused of robbing several stores with a knife was shot by four separate officers near 92nd and Federal. Police say they chased the suspect in his truck and then on foot after he crashed. They caught up with him after hearing what sounded like gunshots in a condominium complex and opened fire. Witnesses who saw the chase say police handled the situation well. "Learning that this guy had been dangerous prior, I think the fact that they didn't already have their weapons drawn is more surprising to me," Hannah Hunter said. (credit: CBS) Read more at CBS DenverSubscribe … [Read more...] about Deadly Police Shooting: Westminster Witnesses Said Officers Handled Situation Well
RANDOLPH (CBS) — Randolph police are still looking for a shooting suspect Monday. A man shot and injured a Dunkin’ employee in a gas station on North Main Street in Randolph over the weekend. The shooting occurred around 1 a.m. Sunday after the suspect got into a fight with another man at the gas station, police said. He walked outside, turned, and fired three-shot through the glass, wounding the clerk. The suspect is described as a man in his mid-to-late 20s wearing a light blue baseball cap, grey Nike sweatshirt with the slogan “Just Do It,” jeans and white sneakers with black laces. Randolph Police are looking for this man in connection with an early morning shooting on North Main Street. (Photo Via Randolph Police) Those in the area were shocked to hear the story Monday. “That’s horrible,” one man said. “The world is crazy,” a woman added. “The world has gone absolutely nuts.” “I think that the world is so … [Read more...] about Police Search Continues For Man Accused Of Shooting Dunkin’ Employee In Randolph
NAPA VALLEY, CA — The following is a week's collection of police, courtroom and fire stories from Napa Valley and elsewhere in the North Bay. 'Alert' Community Member Finds Missing Sonoma Man: Sheriff Authorities asked the public to be on the lookout for Paul Conrad, 73, who suffers from dementia and major depressive disorder.Petaluma Man Who Died After Chase Was Registered Owner Of Car: PDThe 52-year-old was suspected of driving a stolen car. He died after a pursuit and struggle with sheriff's deputies and Sebastopol officers.2 Injured As Semi Collides With 2 Cars, Careens Off Lakeville HwyThe three-vehicle wreck happened at the intersection of Lakeville Highway and state Highway 116/Stage Gulch Road, near Ernie's Tin Bar.Napa County Reaches Settlement Over Illegal Vacation RentalThe settlement requires the owner of a Silverado Trail property to pay $100,000 — and up to $250,000 if the property is rented short-term.2 Solano County Men Accused In Lafayette Home-Invasion … [Read more...] about New Police Dogs; Robbers Caught: Napa, North Bay Police Logs
Kamala Harris was distraught as she stood before an audience one morning in July 2016. In the previous three days, violence involving police had rattled the nation.Officers had shot and killed one black man in Baton Rouge, La., and another in his car outside Minneapolis as his horrified girlfriend and her toddler watched. At a protest against those shootings, a sniper had killed five Dallas police officers.“I have to tell you, my heart is breaking,” Harris said at a meeting on racial bias in policing. Her voice wavered.“As a prosecutor, my heart is breaking. As the top law enforcement officer in this state. And as a black woman.” Advertisement Harris, then California attorney general, paid tribute to officers whose families pray they stay out of danger. She also said she’d never known a black man who wasn’t racially profiled or unfairly stopped.It was an unusually frank acknowledgment of the forces pulling her in opposite directions in the two years … [Read more...] about Black men killed by police – what did Kamala Harris do about it?