By John D. Harden Updated 10:24 pm, Thursday, May 24, 2018 Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Terrence Dwayne Small, 49, was sentenced on Thursday to 99 years in prison. He was convicted of aggravated robbery and aggravated assault of a public servant. Terrence Dwayne Small, 49, was sentenced on Thursday to 99 years in prison. He was convicted of aggravated robbery and aggravated assault of a public servant. Man who threatened to burn cashier alive sentenced to 99 years 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Jurors in Harris County Thursday sentenced a man to 99 years in prison after he was convicted of aggravated robbery and aggravated assault of a public servant. According to prosecutors, Terrence Dwayne Small, 49, threatened to burn a cashier alive, and exchanged gunfire with Baytown Police coming to her rescue. He was convicted following a three-day trial. "This was about as brutal a robbery as there can be," Assistant District Attorney Joshua … [Read more...] about Man who threatened to burn cashier alive sentenced to 99 years
Police arrested a 12-year-old girl Thursday after she allegedly wrote a threatening note on a middle school wall in Randolph, Massachusetts. Officers responded around 2 p.m. to Randolph Middle School, where a message threatening violence had been reported. After an investigation, police identified the child who was allegedly responsible and arrested her. Because of her age, the suspect's identity will not be released. She was released Thursday to her mother. Police found that the threat wasn't credible and students were dismissed from school. Weinstein to Be Charged in NYC, Will Turn Himself in: Source Get the latest from necn anywhere, anytime Download the App Available for IOS and Android Follow necn … [Read more...] about Police: 12-Year-Old Wrote Threat on Randolph Middle School Wall
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page By Danny McDonald Globe Staff May 25, 2018 A 12-year-old girl in Randolph was arrested Thursday after she allegedly scrawled a message threatening violence on the wall of a middle school, police said.The girl, whose name was not released because she is a juvenile, is charged with making a public threat, Randolph police said in a statement. She is expected to be arraigned at Quincy Juvenile Court at a later date.Police responded to Randolph Middle School around 2 p.m. after receiving a report that someone had written a threatening note on the wall. Advertisement An investigation followed and the 12-year-oild was identified as the person who allegedly wrote the message, police said. Get Fast Forward in your inbox: Forget yesterday's news. Get what you need today in this early-morning email. Thank you for signing up! Sign up for more newsletters here The … [Read more...] about 12-year-old girl arrested in Randolph after threatening note found at school
EttaFlyy Espy & Jennifer Thomas Naturally FLYY Detroit returns with their signature event; WE ROCK DOPE HAIR! A Natural Hair Experience. Detroit’s Largest gathering of Black women, natural hair, and style is celebrating it’s 8th year and takes pride in promoting positivity, true authenticity, and creative freedom in their Detroit community and beyond. The sister team and founders, Charice “EttaFLYY” Thomas and Jennifer Thomas, have pushed positive programming that celebrates the beauty of black women, starting with their hair. Naturally FLYY also gives black women the platform to own their individual beauty and shine. “We’re not taught to embrace what naturally comes out of our head. Naturally FLYY Detroit is some sort of a permission slip,” says EttaFLYY. “It gives people a small gift to say, ‘You can be who you are.’” The meet up will include: – Natural Hair Chat w/ Marquisha and LaDonna of … [Read more...] about We ROCK Dope Hair: A Natural Hair Experience Returns For Its 8th Year!
Makayla Tendall Des Moines Register Published 1:28 p.m. UTC May 25, 2018 Ten years after the second-deadliest tornado in recorded Iowa history ripped through their town, people in Parkersburg are proud. “Recovery to us was that we were bigger and better and more able to accomplish our goals," said Chris Luhring, the city administrator who was police chief when the tornado touched down early on a holiday weekend Sunday evening in northeast Iowa's Butler County. "We owe it to those that lost their lives." In the 2010 census, Parkersburg had 1,870 residents. The population is now a shade over 2,000. "Not many other towns in Iowa our size can say that," Luhring said. The growth is a new chapter for the town. But the details of May 25, 2008, are easy for many residents to recall. 'Something I'd never seen before' Alan Hoff had just arrived back home from playing an afternoon round of golf when his mother called. Hoff's mother knew he had been out … [Read more...] about 10 years after the catastrophic tornado, Parkersburg has not only rebuilt, it’s growing