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Plane landing at Newark airport blows tires, skids on runway

Authorities say a plane blew tires while landing at Newark Liberty International Airport, sending it skidding on the runway before coming to a halt.

United Airlines said Flight 627 from Denver was landing at 1 p.m. Saturday with 166 passengers when the tires blew.

The FAA said the plane skidded off the pavement and its landing gear became stuck in a grassy area, but United spokesman Robert Einhorn said the plane remained on the runway.

The airline said some passengers with minor injuries refused medical attention and no one was seriously injured. The airport reported resuming flights shortly before 3 p.m. but delays could be expected.

Passenger Caroline Craddock says the pilot told everyone they blew two tires. She said someone hit their head and there was an elbow injury.

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DNA leads to arrest in 1987 cold case slaying of Fort Carson soldier

Police and the U.S. Army have announced the arrest of a suspect in the 32-year-old cold case rape and murder of a Fort Carson soldier.

Spc. Darlene Krashoc, 20, was found naked on March 17, 1987. She had been beaten, bitten, raped and strangled with a coat hanger and leather straps. She was a member of the Army’s 73rd Maintenance Company and was last seen at a nightclub where she and other members of her unit went out for drinks.

Colorado Springs cold case detectives and agents with the Army Criminal Investigation Command on Friday charged Michael Whyte, 58, of Thorton, Colo., with the murder.

DNA SAMPLES USED TO RECONSTRUCT FACE OF KILLER 30 YEARS LATER

“Words cannot convey the satisfaction we are feeling from this arrest,” said Major General David Glaser, the Provost Marshal General of the Army and Commanding General of the CID.

Westlake Legal Group michael-whyte-darlene-krashoc DNA leads to arrest in 1987 cold case slaying of Fort Carson soldier Robert Gearty fox-news/us/us-regions/west/colorado fox-news/us/military/army fox-news/us/crime/cold-case fox news fnc/us fnc article 46234961-ae6a-5073-a477-9e202faa558a

Michael Whyte of Thornton, Colo., was charged Friday with raping and killing Army soldier Darlene Krashoc in Colorado Springs in 1987 after DNA from the crime scene was submitted for genetic genealogy analysis. (Colorado Springs Police Department )

The FBI’s Behavioral Science Unit was given details of the case given how unusual — and violent — the killing was but couldn’t help, the Colorado Springs Gazettee reported in 1996.

“They have never had anybody killed in this manner before,” Detective Gary Hilty said then. “They weren’t able to give us any assistance.”

CONNECTICUT COLD-CASE MURDER OF GIRL, 11, LEADS TO ARREST OF MAINE SEX OFFENDER AFTER 33 YEARS

Hilty told the paper police weren’t able to establish a motive for the murder.

“We don’t know why somebody would develop this kind of anger,” he said.

More recently, the Army posted a $10,000 reward and police released a computer-generated composite using DNA showing what the killer could have looked like in 1987. Still, the case stayed cold.

The breakthrough came this year when police submitted DNA from the crime scene for genetic genealogy analysis.

“As a result, the investigation culminated in identifying 58-year-old Michael Whyte as the suspect in this investigation,” police said in a news release.

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His DNA was obtained for comparison after investigators put a tail on him and then watched him discard a cup he drank from at a fast food restaurant, KKTV reported.

Westlake Legal Group michael-whyte-darlene-krashoc DNA leads to arrest in 1987 cold case slaying of Fort Carson soldier Robert Gearty fox-news/us/us-regions/west/colorado fox-news/us/military/army fox-news/us/crime/cold-case fox news fnc/us fnc article 46234961-ae6a-5073-a477-9e202faa558a   Westlake Legal Group michael-whyte-darlene-krashoc DNA leads to arrest in 1987 cold case slaying of Fort Carson soldier Robert Gearty fox-news/us/us-regions/west/colorado fox-news/us/military/army fox-news/us/crime/cold-case fox news fnc/us fnc article 46234961-ae6a-5073-a477-9e202faa558a

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North Carolina shark attack victim’s father reveals how he saved daughter: ‘I hit it with everything I could’

The father of a 17-year-old girl who was attacked by a shark earlier this month opened up about the horrifying incident and detailed how he freed the teen from the fish’s jaws.

Speaking at a press conference on Friday, Charlie Winter, the father of Paige Winter, said he was swimming with his daughter at Atlantic Beach in North Carolina on June 2.

At one point — after other teenagers swimming near them began shouting “Shark!” and “Get her!” — he noticed a five-foot trail of pink blood in the water.

Winter said he immediately dove down, grabbing Paige while simultaneously pulling what is now thought to be a bull shark out of the water.

NORTH CAROLINA SHARK ATTACK VICTIM WHO HAD LEG AMPUTATED SAYS MARINE LIFE ‘ARE STILL GOOD PEOPLE’

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Charlie Winter describes how he grabbed his daughter Paige, 17, by her upper body to get her loose from a shark’s grip during a press conference, Friday, June 14, 2019 in Greenville, N.C. (AP)

“It was a big shark … I immediately started to hit it,” he said. “I don’t know how many times I punched it, but I hit it with everything I could and it let go.”

Winter said the creature chased him “at arm’s length” until he reached the shore with his daughter.

Winter, a former paramedic, said he applied pressure to the teen’s badly injured left leg, which was later amputated. Two of Paige’s fingers on her left hand were also removed following the attack.

In the struggle, Winters added that his daughter had been attempting to pry open the shark’s mouth with her hands. Afterward, he said she was calm and just kept repeating the word, “dad,” as he carried her to safety.

GREAT WHITE SHARK OFF CALIFORNIA COAST DELAYS SHERIFF’S OFFICE’S WATER TRAINING

“She’s a tough little thing,” he said of Paige.

Attacks like this are rare, according to Eric Toschlog, chief of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery at Vidant Medical Center. He was one of the doctors who treated Paige.

“I have not seen a wound of this severity, ever,” Toschlog said, adding that there are usually only two or three attacks off North Carolina every year.

According to the International Shark Attack File at the University of Florida in Gainesville, a research organization that tracks shark bite reports worldwide, there were a total of 32 unprovoked shark attacks in the United States in 2018, making up 48 percent of the worldwide total. The number was down from 53 attacks in 2017.

Following the attack, Paige — who, according to her doctors, should complete physical therapy and rehabilitation within six to 12 months — later issued a statement through Vidant Medical Center in Greenville thanking people for helping her.

“Although I have extensive injuries, including an amputated leg and damage to my hands, I will be okay,” she said. “I will continue to stay positive and be thankful that it was not worse.”

The hospital described the teen as “an unwavering advocate” for marine life, and says she “wishes for people to continue to respect sharks in their environment and their safety.”

Even Paige herself, in a video released by the medical center, said that she still has respect for marine life — including sharks.

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“Sharks are still good people and that’s just kind of the truth, they’re still so good and they’re so cool,” she said.

Fox News’ Travis Fedschun and The Associated Press contributed this report.

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The Latest: Off-duty police hurt in Costco shooting OK

Westlake Legal Group og-fox-news The Latest: Off-duty police hurt in Costco shooting OK fox-news/us/crime fnc/us fnc CORONA, Calif. ce06bcde-a312-5161-81fa-675a3122c0d0 Associated Press article

The Latest on a shooting inside a Southern California Costco store (all times local):

9:55 a.m.

An off-duty Los Angeles police officer who was injured in a deadly shooting inside a Costco Wholesale store has been treated for minor injuries and released from a hospital.

Los Angeles police Officer Greg Kraft said Saturday he did not know the nature of the officer’s injury.

The shooting occurred Friday night at a Costco store in Corona, about 50 miles (81 kilometers) east of downtown Los Angeles.

Corona Police Lt. Jeff Edwards says the suspect was arguing with someone when he pulled out a gun and killed the man. Police detained the suspect, who told officers he had been injured and was taken to a hospital. It was not clear how the suspect was injured.

A third person was also taken to a hospital with injuries. Names of the injured and suspect were not released by Corona police.

Police are holding numerous purses, cellphones, backpacks and other personal items left behind by panicked shoppers.

9:05 a.m.

Southern California police say a shooting inside a Costco Wholesale store Friday night left one person dead and three people wounded.

The suspect was taken into custody by police in Corona, about 50 miles (80.5 kilometers) east of downtown Los Angeles.

Those injured, which includes an off-duty officer from another agency, were transported to local hospitals in unknown conditions.

Lt. Jeff Edwards says the gunman was arguing with someone when he pulled out a gun and killed the man.

Witnesses described terror and chaos as several shots rang out. Shoppers and employees hid in a refrigerated room or stampeded outside.

Police say the alleged gunman claimed to be injured and was taken to a hospital.

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10:30 p.m., Friday

Police say a shooting inside a Southern California Costco store has killed one person and wounded two others and the suspect is in custody.

The shooter opened fire Friday night at the store in Corona, about 50 miles (80.5 kilometers) east of downtown Los Angeles.

Lt. Jeff Edwards says the gunman was arguing with someone when he pulled a gun and killed the man. Two other people were wounded.

Witnesses described terror and chaos as several shots rang out. Shoppers and employees hid in a refrigerated room or stampeded outside.

Police say the alleged gunman was taken into custody, claimed to be injured and was taken to a hospital.

The conditions of the wounded weren’t immediately released.

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9:00 p.m., Friday

Witnesses say a shooting at a Costco store southeast of Los Angeles sparked a stampede and left several people injured.

Police swarmed the Costco Friday night and several ambulances were also parked outside the store in the city of Corona, about 50 miles (80.5 kilometers) east of downtown Los Angeles.

Witnesses told KCAL-TV that a man with a Mohawk haircut was arguing with a woman with a child inside the store when about eight shots rang out.

One witness says shoppers began stampeding toward exits and he saw three people on stretchers who appeared to have minor injuries.

It’s unclear whether any of the injured were shot.

KCAL-TV reported more than 100 people were outside the store. Video also showed a police officer with a gun at the ready checking parked cars.

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South Carolina woman arrested for cruising down the road in a child’s toy truck while impaired

South Carolina police charged a woman with public intoxication after finding her cruising down the road in a child’s motorized toy truck, according to reports.

The arrest of Megan Holman, 25, on a charge of operating a silver Power Wheels truck under the influence of a narcotic happened Monday in Walhalla, S.C., not far from her home.

Police said she avoided a DUI charge because her mode of transport was a toy, not a vehicle, Buzz Feed News reported.

POWER WHEELS BARBIE DREAM CAMPER RECALLED FOR STUCK ACCELERATOR ISSUE

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Mugshot for Megan Holman, 25, of Walhalla, S.C. (Oconee County Sheriff’s Office via AP)

Walhalla police weren’t sure where Holman was headed when they discovered her with the truck, Fox Carolina reported.

Police found her after responding to a report of a suspicious person, according to the station.

The incident reports says Holman told officers she was riding the toy truck as part of a scavenger hunt and that ”she wanted to be a professional wrestler like her father and this was how to do it,” The State newspaper reported.

Information on her father was unavailable, according to the paper.

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She was released on her own recognizance after her arrest.

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Human trafficking victims call upon advocates for care

Human trafficking is an issue so complex and wide-ranging that law enforcement alone isn’t enough. Combating these crimes and helping the victims demands the efforts of advocates who operate outside the normal duties of the justice system.

Even government agencies as vast and well-funded as the FBI come up short in their efforts to address every aspect of crime prevention and victim rehabilitation. Case in point: The vast network of advocacy groups relied upon by the FBI to help meet the hierarchy of needs for human trafficking survivors.

“I think that if you do this work for very long, as many of us have, you realize that no one agency can do it all, particularly with these kids, these victims, because their needs are so varied and complex,” Kathryn Turman, the assistant director in charge of the FBI’s victim services division. “The NGOs (non-governmental organizations) play a wonderful role because they can raise money, they can provide long-term services.”

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Kathryn Turman, the assistant director in charge of the FBI’s Victim Services Division.

The problem has attracted swarms of advocates and activists dedicated to education, prevention and post-trafficking care for survivors.

Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT) is an organization founded in 2009 by long-haul truckers to stop the proliferation of sex trafficking among their ranks. The organization hopes to stop trafficking by lessening the demand for trafficking among truckers.

“I see myself as part of a mobile army, and we travel our nation’s highways and byways and we work in conjunction with law enforcement,” Gary Smith, an ambassador with TAT said. “There’s a lot of us daily out on these roads than there is law enforcement.”

Theresa Flores is a sex trafficking survivor who founded the group Save Our Adolescents from Prostitution (S.O.A.P.). Her organization functions in several states and puts on outreach programs during large events, like Super Bowls and political conferences, which often attract traffickers.

TRAFFICKING’S INVISIBLE VICTIMS: BOYS TRAPPED IN THE SEX TRADE

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Theresa Flores, the founder of Save Our Adolescents from Prostitution.

Additionally, S.O.A.P. partners “with local organizations to distribute millions of bars of soap wrapped with a red band that gives the National Human Trafficking Hotline number … and resources to high-risk motels,” according to the organization’s website.

“The subproject is a part of many different coalitions and collaboratives,” Flores said. “We’ll go into a city in a state that we’ve never been to, but we have to part with others that are local. That’s what we want to do because when we leave, we want them to continue on the efforts. It’s not just a one-time shot.”

THE ‘VILLAGE’ OF LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES BATTLING HUMAN TRAFFICKING

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The bars of soap passed out to motels in high-trafficking areas by Theresa Flores and her advocacy group, S.O.A.P.

Another organizer who has devoted her professional life to fighting trafficking is Andrea Powell. She’s been working with victims of trafficking since 2003, when she founded FAIR Girls, an international anti-trafficking organization. More recently, she started Karana Rising, a Washington D.C.-area nonprofit dedicated to helping survivors of trafficking heal and find meaningful education and employment.

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“We focus on providing young people who were at risk or have experienced trafficking with job skills, life skills and a connection to the community to help them either overcome or stay safe from situations of trafficking,” Powell said of Karana Rising.

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Texas nurse with HIV accused of stealing narcotic, replacing vials at hospital with anesthetic

A Texas nurse has been arrested on charges that he stole vials of a powerful narcotic to get high on the job and replaced them with the anesthetic lidocaine.

The arrest report says Kyle Evans, 29, admitted injecting himself with five vials of hydromorphone he stole from a dispenser at Northeast Methodist Hospital, Fox 29 San Antonio reported Friday.

ADDICTED TO MEDS: ONE NURSE’S STORY OF ADDICTION AND RECOVERY

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Mugshot for Kyle Evans, 29. (Bexar County Jail)

The report says Evans, who was arrested Thursday, returned the vials to the dispenser after refilling them with lidocaine, the station reported. The thefts occurred in February.

The story becomes much more serious because the arrest report indicates Evans has HIV and says that the hospital was unable to determine if he refilled the vials with the syringe he used to inject himself, according to the station.

BRITISH NURSE ACCUSED OF MURDERING EIGHT BABIES, ATTEMPTED MURDER OF AT LEAST NINE MORE: POLICE

The hospital said staff took precautions after the thefts were discovered and said that no patient was ever in danger of contracting HIV, Fox 29 reported.

Three of the five vials were sent for further testing, the San Antonio Express-News reported.

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Evans was charged with tampering with a consumer product and drug diversion and booked into the Bexar County Jail, the paper reported.

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Iowa runner, 26, dies near finish line of 12 mile race, two weeks after coming back from Mt. Everest

Westlake Legal Group 12373443_10153803967833245_8696861725272437530_n Iowa runner, 26, dies near finish line of 12 mile race, two weeks after coming back from Mt. Everest Lukas Mikelionis fox-news/world/mount-everest fox-news/us/us-regions/midwest/iowa fox news fnc/us fnc article a1184840-9434-5e2b-bdc7-eb62d5fad93b

An Iowa man died during a 20K race just two weeks after traveling to Nepal to Mt. Everest, but medical examiners say the cause of his death wasn’t the medications he had taken to prepare for the journey.

Chase Flack, 26, suffered cardiac arrest in the final stretch of the 12.4-mile race in Des Moines earlier this month, when both he and his brother Clint dared each other to sprint the remaining distance.

NEW ‘WINDOW INTO THE PLANET’ INSTALLED IN MOUNT EVEREST’S ‘DEATH ZONE’

The man then collapsed, prompting medics to rush to the scene in a bid to save his life, but in the end they couldn’t save him, according to the Runner’s World magazine.

It remains unclear what caused the cardiac arrest.

Flack traveled to Mt. Everest two weeks before the race, yet he was running six miles per day in preparation for the race.

“After 8 days of trekking we conquered Mt Everst Base camp (17,600ft)! These guys stay here for around 2 months acclimating from base camp to camp 4. After they pay their $50,000 park fee and the weather is perfect it only takes 4 days to summit the highest point in the world!” he wrote in a post on Facebook on May 19.

Medical examiners also ruled out that the medications he used to prepare for the trip was the cause of his death, according to the man’s father.

CLEVELAND MARATHON RUNNER, 22, DIES AFTER COLLAPSE NEAR FINISH LINE

“Whatever he did, he did 110 percent,” Craig Flack told the outlet. “He went to the Mt. Everest base camp this year. Would he have gone to the top next year? Probably. That’s how he did life.”

The death shocked the local community in Jefferson, Iowa, where people flooded a funeral service in the Greene County Middle School gymnasium.

Over 1,000 people attended the visitation on June 6, and 800 attended the funeral service in the Greene County Middle School gymnasium the next day, the Runner’s World reported.

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“He was a super kid who was a friend to everybody,” the father continued. “Within a minute, you were friends, and within 10 minutes, you were family.”

“Every kid needs a hero,” he added. “Be a hero.”

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WATCH: Deer runs wild through New York sporting goods store

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Police in New York state captured video of a deer that ran amok in a Dick’s Sporting Goods store this week.

The video shows the deer running wild up and down the aisles, narrowly missing several store displays while Clarkstown Police Department officers and store employees attempted to catch it.

“Looks like a Bambi look alike decided it was a good day to go shopping,” the Clarkston Police Department posted.

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“Thankfully a kind employee was able to get the dawn to leave the store unharmed. You just never know what you will come across in a days work!” police wrote.

Clarkstown is in Rockland County, about 35 miles north of New York City.

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Man tried to climb White House fence, assaulted police officer, authorities say

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A suspect was stopped by Secret Service agents Friday night as he allegedly tried to climb over a White House security barrier, according to reports.

The unidentified man was arrested for assaulting a police officer and unlawful entry, according to the Daily Beast.

MAN LIGHTS HIMSELF ON FIRE ON THE ELLIPSE SOUTH OF WHITE HOUSE, SECRET SERVICE SAYS

The incident happened just after 9 p.m. on the northwest side of the Treasury building fence, the Daily Beast reported. It’s unclear if President Trump was inside the White House at the time.

“An individual attempted to cross a security barrier on the northwest side of the Treasury Building fence along Pennsylvania Avenue,” the Secret Service said. “The subject was immediately apprehended by Secret Service personnel and taken into custody.”

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There was no impact to White House security operations, the Secret Service added, according to NBC News.

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