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Wisconsin high school resource officer shoots armed student who wouldn’t ‘hand over the gun,’ report says

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An armed Wisconsin high school student who reportedly did “not comply” with a school resource officer’s order to hand over the gun was shot by the officer inside the school building in a harrowing Monday morning incident.

Police raced to Waukesha South High School, located roughly 20 miles west of Milwaukee, soon after the incident was reported at about 10:15 a.m. Local authorities soon tweeted “the building is safe and secure” and confirmed there were no outstanding suspects.

Terry Schuster, a spokeswoman for the school district, confirmed the incident to The New York Times, telling the newspaper the student “did not comply to hand over the gun.”

The student’s condition was also not immediately clear and the individual wasn’t identified.

“This is an isolated incident. We are not seeking anybody else we have no other persons of interest,” the Waukesha Police Department tweeted. “We are in the investigative stage right now as the scene is stabilized.”

Waukesha South and the nearby elementary school were on lockdown for a period of time after the incident was reported, according to WITI. Carroll University, also located in Waukesha, tweeted “multiple law enforcement agencies” were investigating.

This is a developing story; please check back for updates.

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Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson fired by Mayor Lori Lightfoot

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Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson was fired weeks before his planned retirement due to “ethical lapses” and being “intentionally dishonest” about a controversial October incident, Mayor Lori Lightfoot said Monday in a stinging rebuke of the city’s former top cop.

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This Day in History: Dec. 2

On this day, Dec. 2 …

1954: The U.S. Senate passes, 67-22, a resolution condemning Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy, R-Wis., saying he had “acted contrary to senatorial ethics and tended to bring the Senate into dishonor and disrepute.”

Also on this day:

  • 1823: President James Monroe outlines his doctrine opposing European expansion in the Western Hemisphere.
  • 1859: Militant abolitionist John Brown is hanged for his raid on Harpers Ferry the previous October. 
  • 1859: Artist Georges-Pierre Seurat is born in Paris.
  • 1927: Ford Motor Co. unveils its Model A automobile that replaces its Model T.
  • 1939: New York Municipal Airport-LaGuardia Field (later LaGuardia Airport) goes into operation as an airliner from Chicago lands at one minute past midnight.
  • 1942: An artificially created, self-sustaining nuclear chain reaction is demonstrated for the first time at the University of Chicago.
  • 1957: The Shippingport Atomic Power Station in Pennsylvania, the first full-scale commercial nuclear facility in the U.S., begins operations. (The reactor would cease operating in 1982.)
  • 1970: The newly created Environmental Protection Agency opens its doors under its first director, William D. Ruckelshaus.
  • 1982: In the first operation of its kind, doctors at the University of Utah Medical Center implant a permanent artificial heart in the chest of retired dentist Dr. Barney Clark, who would live 112 days with the device.
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  • 1993: Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar is shot to death by security forces in Medellin.
  • 2001: In one of the largest corporate bankruptcies in U.S. history, Enron files for Chapter 11 protection.
  • 2015: A couple loyal to Islamic State opened fire at a holiday banquet for public employees in San Bernardino, Calif., killing 14 people and wounding 21 others before dying in a shootout with police.
  • 2017: ABC News suspends investigative reporter Brian Ross for four weeks without pay for an erroneous report about President Trump’s former national security adviser Michael Flynn. (Ross had reported that then-candidate Trump had directed Flynn to make contact with the Russians; Ross clarified the report hours later, saying that his source now said Trump had not done so as a candidate, but as president-elect.) Ross would leave the network in 2018.  
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Single shoe found in search for missing 6-year-old girl swept away in Arizona creek

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A shoe, believed to belong to a missing 6-year-old girl who was the subject of a massive search, was recovered Sunday about 200 yards from where her family’s oversized military-style truck got stuck in a raging creek in Arizona, a published report said.

Nine family members, together for the Thanksgiving holiday, were caught up in a cascade of water caused by an intense runoff from a powerful storm Friday, The Associated Press reported. Four children and two adults were rescued by helicopter, but three children stayed in the truck, which was later swept away.

2 ARIZONA CHILDREN, BOTH 5, FOUND DEAD, ONE STILL MISSING AFTER VEHICLE SWEPT AWAY BY FLOODWATERS

The girl, identified as Willa Rawlings, has been missing since the incident occurred. Her 5-year-old brother and cousin were both found dead on Saturday.

“We want to bring her home safely to her family. She needs to come home today, and we’re going to do that today.” 

— Lt. Virgil Dodd of the Gila County Sheriff’s Office.

“There was a shoe in the area where there was some interest in that debris. At this time, we believe that it may belong to the little girl that we’re searching for,” he added.

More than 100 volunteers gathered near Tonto Basin, a small community northeast of Phoenix, early Sunday to help search for the missing girl, Willa Rawlings, the Republic reported.

ARIZONA TEEN, 17, BECOMES TRAPPED IN CHIMNEY AFTER TRYING TO GET IN LOCKED HOUSE: REPORT

Volunteers, working in small groups searched through the muddy brush, heading toward the creek looking for the girl, who was wearing jeans and a purple jacket, the Republic reported.

Willa’s parents, Daniel and Lacey Rawlings, both escaped from the truck. However, their son, Colby Rawlings, and niece, Austin Rawlings, were not in the vehicle when it was pulled from the creek the next day. Their bodies were found about 600 to 1,000 yards from the failed crossing, the report said.

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The creek crossing was marked as closed with barricades and signs, authorities said.

A National Weather Service meteorologist said the agency issued a flood warning for the region – including the Tonto Basin area – at 8:53 a.m. Friday when an estimated nearly to 2 inches of rain fell in the area, with some of the runoff coming from snow that fell on nearby peaks, the AP reported.

The region received up to 4 inches of rain about a week before the incident.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Utah boy, 6, dies after falling off snow blower

A 6-year-old boy in Utah died after he fell from a snow blower, according to the Utah County Sheriff’s Office.

Fox 13 reported that Herman Slaughter was helping his father and 9-year-old brother at Aspen Grove Family Camp in Provo Canyon when he fell from a Kubota Skid Steer loader.

He sustained critical injuries after a piece of equipment struck his head, according to the Utah County Sheriff’s Office.

UIC STUDENT FOUND STRANGLED IN CAR WAS KILLED BECAUSE SHE IGNORED MAN’S CATCALLS: PROSECUTORS

The sheriff’s office said the snow remover “bounced or lurched,” and the boy fell forward out of the seating area “into the path” of the machine.

The boy’s father began administering CPR until paramedics arrived, authorities said.

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Herman was pronounced dead at the scene, the sheriff’s office said.

Frank Miles is a reporter and editor covering geopolitics, military, crime, technology and sports for FoxNews.com. His email is Frank.Miles@foxnews.com.

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Indiana suspect with ‘Crime Pays’ face tattoo remains at large: police

Police in Indiana are looking for a man with the words “Crime Pays” tattooed across his forehead.

Donald Murray, 38, allegedly led officers in Terre Haute on a high-speed pursuit Friday after he was spotted driving without lights on his car, according to authorities.

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Terre Haute police say a man with the words “Crime Pays” tattooed on his forehead fled on foot Friday night after a high-speed pursuit. 

Police said Murray crashed into a tree and fled the scene on foot. There was a passenger in the car who said he didn’t know his name, they said.

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Murray remains at large. He faces criminal recklessness and resisting law enforcement charges — both felonies, Terre Haute’s WTWO reported.

Anyone with relevant knowledge of the matter is encouraged to call police at 812-232-1311.

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Terre Haute is located about 80 miles west of Indianapolis.

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Kansas county to pay $37.5G to Wichita officer bitten by deputy’s dog

A Kansas county says it will pay $37,500 to a Wichita cop bitten in the groin by a sheriff’s office K-9 whose handler once sued after being bitten by a Wichita police dog, according to a report.

Wichita Officer Nathan Toman sought monetary damages without filing a lawsuit after a dog belonging to the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office bit him in the “right testicle, right inner thigh and right wrist” two years ago, the Wichita Eagle reported Friday.

The dog’s handler, Deputy Sarah Sinnett, had successfully sued the city of Wichita for $67,000 after a Wichita police dog bit her in 2014, according to the paper.

NEW YORK POLICE K-9 TAKES DOWN SUSPECT AFTER HE PUNCHED COP IN THE FACE

Toman was bitten as he was responding to a burglary call at an abandoned house, the paper reported.

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The Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office posted this photo of Deputy Sarah Sinnett and her new police dog Nimitz on Facebook in 2014.  (Sedgewick County Sheriff’s Office)

The paper said the Sedgwick County Commission approved the settlement earlier this month. Toman had initially sought $221,000.

Kate Flavin, a Sedgwick County public information officer, told the paper that Toman was bitten when he crossed in front of Sinnett’s K-9.

LAS VEGAS POLICE K-9 STABBED REPEATEDLY BY SUSPECT ‘DOING EXTREMELY WELL’ IN RECOVERY

“Deputies immediately called off the K-9,” Flavin said, “which responded to commands, but the whole sequence took place in a matter of seconds.”

Sinnett had sued in connection with an incident in which officers tried to remove a man sitting in a vehicle with a machete.

According to court records, a Wichita officer left his door open, allowing his Belgian Malinois to “self-deploy” after seeing his handler in a struggle with the suspect, the paper reported. Sinnett was bitten on the left thigh.

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Her lawsuit accused the Wichita Police Department of failing to adequately train K-9 officers and ensure the dog was properly certified.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Supreme Court to take up first gun rights case in nearly a decade

The U.S. Supreme Court, in its first gun rights case in nearly a decade, will hear arguments Monday from Second Amendment advocates challenging a New York City law that restricts licensed holders to a handful of shooting ranges within the city.

Gun rights groups are hoping the high court will extend its landmark rulings from 2008 and 2010 that enshrined the right to have a gun for self-defense at home.

The National Rifle Association (NRA) and its allies have for years tried to get the court to say more about gun rights.

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The Supreme Court is set to hear arguments on a gun rights case for the first time in nearly a decade.  (AP)

The lawsuit in New York began as a challenge to the city’s prohibition on carrying a licensed, locked and unloaded handgun outside the city limits, either to a shooting range or a second home.

Lower courts upheld the regulation, but the Supreme Court’s decision in January to step into the case signaled a revived interest in gun rights from a court with two new Trump-appointed justices: Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh.

Gun control advocates at both the city and state levels scrambled to find a way to remove the case from the justices’ grasp. Not only did the city change its regulation to allow licensed gun owners to transport their weapons to locations outside New York’s five boroughs, but the state enacted a law barring cities from imposing the challenged restrictions.

AFTER FLORIDA COUNTY BECOMES ‘2ND AMENDMENT SANCTUARY,’ OTHERS IN STATE WANT TO FOLLOW SUIT

“There is no case or controversy because New York City has repealed the ordinance and the New York State Legislature has acted to make sure it remains repealed,” said Jonathan Lowy, chief counsel and vice president of the gun control group Brady’s Legal Alliance.

But those moves failed to get the Supreme Court to dismiss the case.

Paul Clement, who represents three New York residents and New York’s NRA affiliate challenging the transportation ban, said New York City “still views firearm ownership as a privilege and not a fundamental right, and is still in the business of limiting transport and denying licenses for a host of discretionary reasons.”

The city had contended that what it calls its “former rule” did not violate the Constitution. But that is unlikely to persuade the court’s conservative majority.

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A decision is expected by late June.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Supreme Court to take up first gun rights case in nearly a decade

The U.S. Supreme Court, in its first gun rights case in nearly a decade, will hear arguments Monday from Second Amendment advocates challenging a New York City law that restricts licensed holders to a handful of shooting ranges within the city.

Gun rights groups are hoping the high court will extend its landmark rulings from 2008 and 2010 that enshrined the right to have a gun for self-defense at home.

The National Rifle Association (NRA) and its allies have for years tried to get the court to say more about gun rights.

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The Supreme Court is set to hear arguments on a gun rights case for the first time in nearly a decade.  (AP)

The lawsuit in New York began as a challenge to the city’s prohibition on carrying a licensed, locked and unloaded handgun outside the city limits, either to a shooting range or a second home.

Lower courts upheld the regulation, but the Supreme Court’s decision in January to step into the case signaled a revived interest in gun rights from a court with two new Trump-appointed justices: Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh.

Gun control advocates at both the city and state levels scrambled to find a way to remove the case from the justices’ grasp. Not only did the city change its regulation to allow licensed gun owners to transport their weapons to locations outside New York’s five boroughs, but the state enacted a law barring cities from imposing the challenged restrictions.

AFTER FLORIDA COUNTY BECOMES ‘2ND AMENDMENT SANCTUARY,’ OTHERS IN STATE WANT TO FOLLOW SUIT

“There is no case or controversy because New York City has repealed the ordinance and the New York State Legislature has acted to make sure it remains repealed,” said Jonathan Lowy, chief counsel and vice president of the gun control group Brady’s Legal Alliance.

But those moves failed to get the Supreme Court to dismiss the case.

Paul Clement, who represents three New York residents and New York’s NRA affiliate challenging the transportation ban, said New York City “still views firearm ownership as a privilege and not a fundamental right, and is still in the business of limiting transport and denying licenses for a host of discretionary reasons.”

The city had contended that what it calls its “former rule” did not violate the Constitution. But that is unlikely to persuade the court’s conservative majority.

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A decision is expected by late June.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Missouri suspect walks into police headquarters covered in blood: ‘I just committed 2 murders’

A suspect in two Missouri Thanksgiving Day homicides was arrested after he walked into a police headquarters covered in blood and said, “I know I just committed two murders.”

Torry Upchurch, 27, was being sought when he turned up at the Jefferson City Police Department soon after the murders Thursday of 17-year-old Earle Key Jr. and 33-year-old Shantae Hill-Cook, police said.

“During the initial interview, the suspect implicated himself in both homicides,” Lt. David Williams said in a news release.

MISSOURI MAN CHARGED AFTER WIFE FOUND DEAD IN FREEZER

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Mugshot for Torry Upchurch, 27. (Cole County SHeriff’s Office     )

Upchurch was charged with first-degree murder and other crimes.

Key and Hill-Cook were killed at addresses four miles apart in a span of about four hours, Fox 22 Columbia reported.

Upchurch knew the teen and Hill-Cook was his girlfriend, according to the station.

REMAINS FOUND IN NEBRASKA AND MISSOURI IDENTIFIED AS MISSING WISCONSIN BROTHERS

Police said Key died instantly after Upchurch shot him in the face with a 9-mm. handgun. He was shot when he answered a knock at the door.

Police said Hill-Cook was shot multiple times.

A friend of Hill-Cook’s told police that Upchurch shot Hill-Cook after telling her to “stay in the car,” the station reported.

The friend said Hill-Cook was trying to help her with her belongings and child, the station reported. She said that made Upchurch angry.

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After shooting Hill-Cook, Upchurch then took her car.

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