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Texas mall shooting leaves at least 4 wounded, authorities say; search on for 3 suspects

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A manhunt for at least three suspects was underway in Texas on Wednesday night after at least four people were wounded during a shooting just inside the entrance of a San Antonio shopping mall on Wednesday night, just one week before Christmas.

“It was barely inside the mall,” San Antonio police Chief William McManusMcManus told WOAI-TV. “There’s a shallow breezeway on the far end of the entrance into the mall. It happened just inside that breezeway when the victims were just about to exit the inside of the mall.”

The victims of the gunfire at South Park Mall included three males, ages 17, 26, and 41, as well as a 19-year-old woman, McManus said. One victim was in critical condition after being shot in the stomach, the chief said.

All of the victims were all transported to a local hospital for treatment. he added

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Officers were dispatched to the mall around 9 p.m. after receiving reports of multiple shooting victims, according to the San Antonio Police Department.

When they arrived, police located the four wounded people. Witnesses reported three suspects had shot the victims outside the mall before jumping in a black Dodge Charger and driving away. Police advised customers and others to stay away from the scene as they conducted an investigation.

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No motive was yet known for the shooting as of 10 p.m. Wednesday, the chief said.

Responding officers found shell casings “all over the place,” the chief told WOAI.

Bryan Reyna, who was inside the mall during the shooting — described the scary moment.

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“I just saw everyone screaming, yelling and crying,” Reyna told the outlet. “Everybody started running out of Chili’s. They were just pushing everyone.”

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Fears grow for missing West Virginia mom as bizarre private messages emerge from her Facebook account

A search is underway for a missing West Virginia mother, as bizarre details emerge amid concerns over who was behind a barrage of private messages apparently sent from her Facebook account over the weekend.

Mary Cathleen Haley, 32, was reported missing earlier this week. She was last seen some time before last Friday.

Haley apparently separated from her husband, William Scott, around August, according to family members. However, Scott turned himself in to the Wythe County Sheriff’s Office on Dec. 11 in response to a warrant issued two days earlier stemming from a class 1 misdemeanor charge. According to court documents referenced by WOAY-TV, he was released “on a personal recognizance bond and is due back in court Jan 7.” Scott claimed to the magistrate that he had not seen his wife in months.

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Mary Cathleen Haley, 32, was reported missing by a family member on Monday, as fears for her well being escalate. (Family handout, Facebook)

However, associates of Haley painted a picture of pain in the day leading up to her disappearance.

Facebook messages viewed by Fox News allegedly showed that Haley had reached out to a fellow member of a domestic-violence support group, Krissy Musallam, on Friday at 2:28 p.m. and declared that she had been “beaten pretty bad” by her estranged husband a week earlier. She also sent two selfies showing her with black eyes.

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Musallam then advised her to go to a domestic-violence shelter and on Friday, and Haley expressed frustration that officials were not taking her abuse allegations seriously. Musallam told Fox News she grew concerned when she did not hear any more from Haley and got no response to an earlier message on Saturday.

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Facebook messages showed that Haley had reached out to a fellow member of a domestic-violence support group and declared that she had been “beaten pretty bad” by her estranged husband a week earlier. (Provided by Krissy Musallam)

According to messages from Haley’s Facebook Messenger, a response came Saturday at 4:32 p.m., stating that “she is fine” and “she is unstable” and that she was “in bed asleep.”

“She was talking about going swimming, but she can’t swim, so I’m not sure,” the person writing from Haley’s account told Musallam, then proclaiming to be “Haley’s best friend, Steven Vaught.”

According to the apparent messages, “her husband is a great police officer,” and she received black eyes as she “fell down steps acting crazy,” raising Musallam’s suspicions as to who was really on the other end and what was going on. The messages said she was likely to sleep through the following day after Musallam threatened to send somebody for a “welfare check.”

On Saturday evening, Musallam asked if she was still married, and the response came back that “she always will be now.” Around 8 p.m. that night, the rambling messages from her account insisted that “she fell in the lake” and that she “tried to kill her (sic) self.”

“Rural Retreat Lake,” the messages continued. “She fell in…. yes she killed herself. She can’t swim.”

The 90-acre impoundment lake is located in Wythe County, Virginia.

When asked why it was not reported, the response came that “I thought she was k” and “She seemed k she does this.” Later, the messages changed, saying the reasoning was, “I was scared” and “I can’t talk any more mam she is okay,” and “She slipped. I’m sure she’s fine.”

The ramblings continued from her account, with the person on the other end declaring that “I thought I should check her messages” and claiming Haley “lied a lot” and was telling people “things that was private.” The individual also expressed being upset that Haley “owned some businesses she wouldn’t put my name on.”

Haley was said to have owned a local ice-cream store and a thrift store but had closed them down in recent weeks.

“She never made me happy,” the messages went on. “She was talking to some man.”

The messages flipped to the person on the other end, claiming to “still work for the state police,” that they were “just sitting here waiting.”

On Sunday, Dec.15, the conversation with Musallam ended, she said, and there was no further response from the account. Musallam told Fox News she then reached out to another associate of Haley’s who also communicated with the missing woman’s Facebook Messenger on Saturday. The messages allegedly coming from her account included, “she’s at peace bro,” “she is where she needs to be,” and “she fell I didn’t kill her,” indicating that her “last words” were the name of her young daughter.

The couple reportedly was married for around 14 months, and the identity of the person using Haley’s Facebook Messenger remained unverified.

Sheila Vaught, the wife of Steven Vaught, told Fox News that she has known Haley for around seven years and that Haley had been staying with her husband and her for a month. Sheila said Steven had co-signed on her new car, a blue 2020 Kia, with the Virginia registration URV 3345.

According to Vaught, Haley had tried to divorce her husband, but he had refused to sign and Haley feared for her life.

Despite the messages sent to Musallam on Friday evening, and viewed by Fox News, stating that she was in Beckley, W.Va., Vaught claimed Haley left their Speedwell, Va., home on Tuesday to drive to the Florida Panhandle for several meetings with bars and restaurants in the hopes of securing work to do their social media and marketing.

“I spoke to Mary on Friday morning, she sounded fine,” Vaught said, noting that Haley supposedly took several meetings but did not make the last meeting that had been set up for her on Friday evening around the Pensacola area.

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Vaught noted that Haley had intended to stay in Florida until Dec. 22 and live out of her car before driving to Nashville to see a friend. But, as of Saturday morning, Vaught underscored, she and several other people started receiving odd messages from Haley’s Facebook Messenger on Saturday morning requesting the vehicle identification number of her car.

“Mary knows where to look for that. She isn’t stupid,” Vaught observed, adding that her worries over who was on her Messenger grew.

Vaught claimed bizarre messages kept coming, indicating that Haley had fallen into a lake and that someone would be delivering her car and her phone. She said she contacted law enforcement on Sunday to say Haley was missing, some 72 hours after their last communication. She also said she and others started receiving the same message from Haley’s account on Monday, proclaiming that she was “washing (her) hair and would call them back later.”

The account has not read or responded to messages since then, Vaught said.

Another member of the Tina Stewart Foundation who works with Musallam to support domestic-violence victims, Allyson Hottinger, told Fox News that several male connections from Haley’s Facebook also received odd messages from her private messenger over the weekend, requesting that they meet up, even though they had corresponded directly with Haley previously.

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Mary Haley’s family handed out flyers to spread the word about her disappearance. (Family handout)

Haley is described by her family as 5’7” and 125 pounds with dirty blond hair and hazel-brown eyes. Family members said she could be either in Beckley, W.Va., or in Wythe County, Va.

“We are not going to give up until we find Mary,” Libby Dickerson, Haley’s mother, told Fox News. “There have been some leads; nothing has panned out.”

Dickerson said she did not know her daughter’s husband very well, and said she had no judgment on him. She also pointed out that while she had not spoken to Haley for several months, her ex-husband – Haley’s father – did so in recent weeks and reported her missing to investigators on Sunday.

Dickerson said while her daughter had “some problems,” and would not elaborate on them, she did say her daughter was not known to disappear for any length of time. She additionally referenced bizarre messages that had come through Haley’s Facebook over the weekend, but said she did not believe them to be from her daughter, noting that whoever used the account could not answer questions that Haley would have known.

She also said she tried to call the Messenger account to hear Haley’s voice, but the person on the other end only typed.

“We are just waiting,” Dickerson stressed. “We just want her home.”

Raleigh County Sheriff Scott Van Meter told Fox News on Wednesday morning that the matter was under investigation, and that his office learned of some possible sightings but had not yet located anything known to belong to Haley.

Van Meter also affirmed that William Scott resigned from the State Police around five months ago, after 25 years of service, before he was hired back in a civilian capacity for motor-vehicle inspections. Van Meter emphasized that Scott had been very cooperative in the investigation.

Scott did not respond to Fox News’ requests for comment.

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On her Facebook account, Haley described herself as “fearless.”

“I didn’t come this far, to come this far,” the quote adorning her page read.

The Raleigh County Sheriff’s Department is seeking anyone with information to call the sheriff’s office at 304-255-9300

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Fears grow for missing West Virginia mom as bizarre private messages emerge from her Facebook account

A search is underway for a missing West Virginia mother, as bizarre details emerge amid concerns over who was behind a barrage of private messages apparently sent from her Facebook account over the weekend.

Mary Cathleen Haley, 32, was reported missing earlier this week. She was last seen some time before last Friday.

Haley apparently separated from her husband, William Scott, around August, according to family members. However, Scott turned himself in to the Wythe County Sheriff’s Office on Dec. 11 in response to a warrant issued two days earlier stemming from a class 1 misdemeanor charge. According to court documents referenced by WOAY-TV, he was released “on a personal recognizance bond and is due back in court Jan 7.” Scott claimed to the magistrate that he had not seen his wife in months.

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Mary Cathleen Haley, 32, was reported missing by a family member on Monday, as fears for her well being escalate. (Family handout, Facebook)

However, associates of Haley painted a picture of pain in the day leading up to her disappearance.

Facebook messages viewed by Fox News allegedly showed that Haley had reached out to a fellow member of a domestic-violence support group, Krissy Musallam, on Friday at 2:28 p.m. and declared that she had been “beaten pretty bad” by her estranged husband a week earlier. She also sent two selfies showing her with black eyes.

WHY THERE IS NO NATIONAL DOMESTIC ASSAULT OFFENDER REGISTRY – YET

Musallam then advised her to go to a domestic-violence shelter and on Friday, and Haley expressed frustration that officials were not taking her abuse allegations seriously. Musallam told Fox News she grew concerned when she did not hear any more from Haley and got no response to an earlier message on Saturday.

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Facebook messages showed that Haley had reached out to a fellow member of a domestic-violence support group and declared that she had been “beaten pretty bad” by her estranged husband a week earlier. (Provided by Krissy Musallam)

According to messages from Haley’s Facebook Messenger, a response came Saturday at 4:32 p.m., stating that “she is fine” and “she is unstable” and that she was “in bed asleep.”

“She was talking about going swimming, but she can’t swim, so I’m not sure,” the person writing from Haley’s account told Musallam, then proclaiming to be “Haley’s best friend, Steven Vaught.”

According to the apparent messages, “her husband is a great police officer,” and she received black eyes as she “fell down steps acting crazy,” raising Musallam’s suspicions as to who was really on the other end and what was going on. The messages said she was likely to sleep through the following day after Musallam threatened to send somebody for a “welfare check.”

On Saturday evening, Musallam asked if she was still married, and the response came back that “she always will be now.” Around 8 p.m. that night, the rambling messages from her account insisted that “she fell in the lake” and that she “tried to kill her (sic) self.”

“Rural Retreat Lake,” the messages continued. “She fell in…. yes she killed herself. She can’t swim.”

The 90-acre impoundment lake is located in Wythe County, Virginia.

When asked why it was not reported, the response came that “I thought she was k” and “She seemed k she does this.” Later, the messages changed, saying the reasoning was, “I was scared” and “I can’t talk any more mam she is okay,” and “She slipped. I’m sure she’s fine.”

The ramblings continued from her account, with the person on the other end declaring that “I thought I should check her messages” and claiming Haley “lied a lot” and was telling people “things that was private.” The individual also expressed being upset that Haley “owned some businesses she wouldn’t put my name on.”

Haley was said to have owned a local ice-cream store and a thrift store but had closed them down in recent weeks.

“She never made me happy,” the messages went on. “She was talking to some man.”

The messages flipped to the person on the other end, claiming to “still work for the state police,” that they were “just sitting here waiting.”

On Sunday, Dec.15, the conversation with Musallam ended, she said, and there was no further response from the account. Musallam told Fox News she then reached out to another associate of Haley’s who also communicated with the missing woman’s Facebook Messenger on Saturday. The messages allegedly coming from her account included, “she’s at peace bro,” “she is where she needs to be,” and “she fell I didn’t kill her,” indicating that her “last words” were the name of her young daughter.

The couple reportedly was married for around 14 months, and the identity of the person using Haley’s Facebook Messenger remained unverified.

Sheila Vaught, the wife of Steven Vaught, told Fox News that she has known Haley for around seven years and that Haley had been staying with her husband and her for a month. Sheila said Steven had co-signed on her new car, a blue 2020 Kia, with the Virginia registration URV 3345.

According to Vaught, Haley had tried to divorce her husband, but he had refused to sign and Haley feared for her life.

Despite the messages sent to Musallam on Friday evening, and viewed by Fox News, stating that she was in Beckley, W.Va., Vaught claimed Haley left their Speedwell, Va., home on Tuesday to drive to the Florida Panhandle for several meetings with bars and restaurants in the hopes of securing work to do their social media and marketing.

“I spoke to Mary on Friday morning, she sounded fine,” Vaught said, noting that Haley supposedly took several meetings but did not make the last meeting that had been set up for her on Friday evening around the Pensacola area.

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Vaught noted that Haley had intended to stay in Florida until Dec. 22 and live out of her car before driving to Nashville to see a friend. But, as of Saturday morning, Vaught underscored, she and several other people started receiving odd messages from Haley’s Facebook Messenger on Saturday morning requesting the vehicle identification number of her car.

“Mary knows where to look for that. She isn’t stupid,” Vaught observed, adding that her worries over who was on her Messenger grew.

Vaught claimed bizarre messages kept coming, indicating that Haley had fallen into a lake and that someone would be delivering her car and her phone. She said she contacted law enforcement on Sunday to say Haley was missing, some 72 hours after their last communication. She also said she and others started receiving the same message from Haley’s account on Monday, proclaiming that she was “washing (her) hair and would call them back later.”

The account has not read or responded to messages since then, Vaught said.

Another member of the Tina Stewart Foundation who works with Musallam to support domestic-violence victims, Allyson Hottinger, told Fox News that several male connections from Haley’s Facebook also received odd messages from her private messenger over the weekend, requesting that they meet up, even though they had corresponded directly with Haley previously.

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Mary Haley’s family handed out flyers to spread the word about her disappearance. (Family handout)

Haley is described by her family as 5’7” and 125 pounds with dirty blond hair and hazel-brown eyes. Family members said she could be either in Beckley, W.Va., or in Wythe County, Va.

“We are not going to give up until we find Mary,” Libby Dickerson, Haley’s mother, told Fox News. “There have been some leads; nothing has panned out.”

Dickerson said she did not know her daughter’s husband very well, and said she had no judgment on him. She also pointed out that while she had not spoken to Haley for several months, her ex-husband – Haley’s father – did so in recent weeks and reported her missing to investigators on Sunday.

Dickerson said while her daughter had “some problems,” and would not elaborate on them, she did say her daughter was not known to disappear for any length of time. She additionally referenced bizarre messages that had come through Haley’s Facebook over the weekend, but said she did not believe them to be from her daughter, noting that whoever used the account could not answer questions that Haley would have known.

She also said she tried to call the Messenger account to hear Haley’s voice, but the person on the other end only typed.

“We are just waiting,” Dickerson stressed. “We just want her home.”

Raleigh County Sheriff Scott Van Meter told Fox News on Wednesday morning that the matter was under investigation, and that his office learned of some possible sightings but had not yet located anything known to belong to Haley.

Van Meter also affirmed that William Scott resigned from the State Police around five months ago, after 25 years of service, before he was hired back in a civilian capacity for motor-vehicle inspections. Van Meter emphasized that Scott had been very cooperative in the investigation.

Scott did not respond to Fox News’ requests for comment.

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On her Facebook account, Haley described herself as “fearless.”

“I didn’t come this far, to come this far,” the quote adorning her page read.

The Raleigh County Sheriff’s Department is seeking anyone with information to call the sheriff’s office at 304-255-9300

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New Orleans cyberattack costing the city close to $1M so far

New Orleans, LA – The city of New Orleans has launched a forensic investigation into the cyberattack that has crippled the city’s digital infrastructure for days.

Officials said the city was confident that it would be able to recover data that was lost after hackers infected roughly 4,000 city computers with ransomware. Though it was unclear when the data would be recoverable as about 50 volunteer state agents and government partners were expected on the ground to begin re-imaging information.

“Our agents are still collecting information and determining the root cause of our attack and whether or not any data has been compromised,” said Kim LaGrue, Chief Communication Officer for the city of New Orleans. “From what we know, we are confident that the data we have is recoverable.”

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Collin Arnold, Director of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness for New Orleans said both the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Secret Service were working with the city in the forensics stage of the investigation. New Orleans’ Emergency Operations Center has monitored the cyberattack since the city declared a state of emergency last Friday.

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Signs reading “closed” plastered on the doors of New Orleans’ municipal and traffic courts. The courts have been disabled since hackers hit New Orleans’ computer systems with ransomware. (Fox News/Charles Watson)

Mayor LaToya Cantrell said the city was considering the security breach as an active attack. Though as of Monday the city said it had not received any demands for a ransom.

“This security breach is one of public safety and we are taking just as that—very serious,” said Cantrell. “This is not only the new normal, but it is a priority for the administration to invest in our infrastructure. That includes cybersecurity.”

Cantrell confirmed the city had purchased cybersecurity insurance at the back end of 2018. The insurance is expected to cover nearly $1,000,000 in costs the city has incurred since the onset of the attack. Though it does not cover the costs of paying a ransom.

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As citizens and attorneys showed up to municipal and traffic courts the doors were closed with a bright orange letter on them warning people that the courts were non-operational due to “computer network issues.” The idea of their personal information possibly being lost in cyberspace crossed some of their minds.

“This interferes with due process and the handling of the judicial system. Things that may be good for your client might get lost,” said defense attorney, Michael Idoyaga. “You think that maybe it’ll be a couple of computers here and there, but a large, widescale thing like this is pretty scary.”

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New Orleans Mayor, LaToya Cantrell updates the public on the city’s progress in restoring services after a cyber attack was launched against the city. (Fox News/Charles Watson)

Others like Harold Skinner felt helpless as he waited for a ride to get to work. His hope was that things return to normal soon.

“It does concern me, but there’s nothing I can do about it. I don’t think I’m the only one. I think it concerns a lot of people” said Skinner.

New Orleans is the latest big city target of hackers. Philadelphia, Baltimore and Newark, New Jersey are among dozens of American cities that have been hit with ransomware. According to IT security company, Barracuda, at least 70 state and local governments were hit with ransomware in the first half of 2019.

In the case of Baltimore, the city was struck in May by hackers who demanded $80,000 in cryptocurrency. In return, the hackers would give the city access again to its computer systems and city servers. Mayor Bernard C. Young refused to pay the ransom. Without insurance, the city proceeded to spend millions of dollars in recovery efforts.

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The city estimated by year-end Baltimore would spend around $18 million. Most of the funds attributed to recovery efforts and the loss of revenue while the city’s systems were compromised.

Cybersecurity experts believe an uptick in cyberattacks targeting cities is due to their financial insecurities. According to a 2016 survey by the International City/County Management Association and the University of Maryland Baltimore County, more than 50 percent of local governments reported an inability to pay competitive salaries, lack of cybersecurity staff and lack of funds as significant barriers to achieving optimal cybersecurity.

“There are a lot of things cities don’t do well. We expect cities or municipalities to secure their data or have great IT systems when there are a lot of things that they aren’t doing well,” said Alex Hamerstone, practice lead for governance, risk management and compliance for cybersecurity firm TrustedSec.

Hamerstone said insurance will only go so far for municipalities. If security continues to be an afterthought, he said cyber-attacks will continue to be a major issue for municipalities.

“A lot of the things that used to be done on paper are now done on computers. So many functions of government are computerized that it is essential that we’re securing those systems, as well as the data,” said Hamerstone. “Information security needs to be a priority for all organizations, government entities and municipalities especially.”

Mayor Cantrell said the city is currently building a new digital infrastructure. Meanwhile, agencies that are operational have had to get work done manually. The New Orleans Police Department has said it is currently writing reports and warrants by hand until their system is fully operational.

Though the city has identified any parties who are believed to be responsible for the cyberattack, Skinner believes the city needs to find them and hire them, so this incident never happens again.

“Maybe they can catch a hacker and make them work for them,” said Skinner.

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Terry Francona’s stolen Red Sox World Series rings recovered in Arizona, officials say

Terry Francona led the Boston Red Sox to two World Series championships, in 2004 and 2007, and the rings he received were recently recovered by police in Arizona after they had been stolen last month.

Francona’s two rings were reported stolen on Nov. 7, according to the Pima County Sheriff’s Office. Police said the rings were purchased by a Phoenix memorabilia store.

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Police said detectives also discovered that a $245,830 check intended for Francona was also fraudulently deposited earlier this year. Police are still investigating the matter.

Jamey Estep, 33, was arrested in the case of the stolen rings. He received felony charges of second-degree burglary, theft and trafficking in stolen property.

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Jamey Estep was arrested for allegedly taking Terry Francona’s rings. (Pima County Sheriff’s Office)

Francona, who is currently the Cleveland Indians’ manager, helped the Red Sox break the “Curse of the Bambino” in 2004 when Boston came back from a 3-0 deficit to defeat the New York Yankees in the American League Championship Series and go on to beat the St. Louis Cardinals in the World Series.

Francona was also the manager when the Red Sox defeated the Colorado Rockies in 2007.

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He left the Red Sox after the 2011 season. In 2013 he was hired by the Indians. He led the Indians to a World Series appearance in 2016, but the team lost to the Chicago Cubs. Cleveland finished 93-69 last season but missed the playoffs.

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Nintendo Switch leads Alabama cops to suspects in killing of economics professor

A Nintendo console is being credited with leading Alabama authorities to two men accused of robbing and killing a University of South Alabama economics professor.

Mobile County Assistant District Attorney Keith Blackwood said that the burglar who broke into Matthew Wiser’s home on Nov. 20 stole a Nintendo Switch. After several weeks of investigating, police were finally able to track down suspect Tiquez Timmons by tracing the game system’s online activity, Blackwood said.

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Mobile Police Chief Lawrence Battiste said initially there wasn’t much evidence to go on but praised the investigators who “were able to pick out the most minute of things” and act on that to break the case.

Timmons and Derric Scott, both 20, were arrested and charged with felony murder on Friday. They pleaded not guilty in a Mobile courtroom Wednesday morning.

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Derric Scott and Tiquez Timmons have been charged with felony murder in the death of University of South Alabama economics professor Matthew Wiser. (Mobile, Ala. district attorney’s office)

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Prosecutors believe Wiser’s murder took place during a home invasion in West Mobile and that he was chosen at random.

“Timmons would drop off Scott to go burglarize houses and would pick him up and they would repeat the behavior somewhere else,” Blackwood said in court. He added that the burglary was a pattern and claimed it was Scott who fired the shot that killed Wiser.

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A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Jan. 16, 2020.

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Woman punched in face on New York City street in broad daylight by knife-wielding suspect: police

A woman checking her phone was punched in the face by a suspect sought in connection with a spate of attacks within a half-hour period in a New York City neighborhood, according to officials.

The New York Police Department said the incidents happened around 11 a.m. on Monday on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.

The first incident took place around 10:43 a.m. in front of 950 Park Avenue when the man wearing camouflage punched a 21-year-old woman who was standing on a sidewalk.

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In surveillance video released by police, the woman can be seen standing against the wall of a building looking at her phone when she was attacked. The NYPD said the victim’s face was swollen, but she refused medical attention.

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The suspect can be seen swinging at a 21-year-old woman who was on her phone. (NYPD CrimeStoppers)

Minutes before that incident, police said that a man was approached by the same suspect while having a conversation with another person in a parked car on Park Avenue.

“I know you are talking about me,” the suspect told the man before displaying a knife and chasing him around the vehicle. After chasing the man, the suspect then returned to the sidewalk and walked away.

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A third incident was reported minutes after the 21-year-old woman was struck in the face on East 87th Street and Third Avenue, when the same suspect allegedly bumped into a man and woman walking on the street, brandished a knife, and threatened the couple.

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The suspect was wanted in three incidents on the Upper East Side of Manhattan on Monday. (NYPD CrimeStoppers)

Another witness who saw the third incident took a photo of the suspect and was subsequently chased by him down Third Avenue into traffic, according to the NYPD. All three “multiple threats” happened in the neighborhood between Park and Third Avenues from East 82nd to 87th streets.

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The suspect is described as being in his mid-20s, around 5 feet, 6 inches tall and was last seen wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, a camouflage hooded jacket, blue jeans and black sneakers.

Anyone with information regarding the incident is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS, or submit tips by logging onto the CrimeStoppers website, or on Twitter @NYPDTips. Police said that all calls are strictly confidential.

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Panama prison shootout involving AK-47s leaves 13 inmates dead

A wild shootout involving AK-47 assault rifles and pistols has left at least 13 inmates dead at a Panama prison.

The chaos that erupted Tuesday at the La Joyita jail east of Panama City took place inside a block that houses inmates who belong to the same local gang, officials said.

“These firearms didn’t fall out of the sky, there was obviously some type of cooperation there for firearms to be brought in,” President Laurentino Cortizo said following the shooting, according to the BBC.

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An injured inmate is carried on a stretcher into a hospital by police paramedics after a shootout among inmates at La Joyita jail, east of Panama City, Panama, on Tuesday. (Reuters)

Cortizo vowed to launch an investigation into how the weapons were smuggled inside the jail and is reported to be meeting with his security council Wednesday to discuss the matter. Five pistols and three AK-47 assault rifles were found after the shooting.

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“It’s something we have to put a stop to. A few weeks ago a search was carried out [in the prison] and arms were found, and now again, so someone is letting these guns in,” Cortizo was quoted by the BBC as saying.

Alexis Muñoz, assistant director of the National Police, also said such smuggling has been a longstanding problem and “there are many ways that weapons can get in.”

In addition to the 13 inmates killed, 15 others were injured during the gunfire.

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Muñoz, the BBC said, announced that the shootout unfolded after gang members had “an internal disagreement.”

The Interior Department said no guards or prison personnel were hurt in the confrontation and no escapes were reported.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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North Carolina boy’s kin ‘not happy’ fired deputy faces only misdemeanor charges in bodyslam case

A former North Carolina sheriff’s deputy— who was fired from the department after surveillance video allegedly showed him violently slamming an 11-year-old middle school student to the floor twice and then dragging the boy down the hall – was arrested Tuesday on misdemeanor charges, officials said.

Warren Durham, who was a resource officer at Vance County Middle School, located about 45 miles north of downtown Raleigh, was charged with assault on a child under 12, misdemeanor child abuse and failure to discharge duties, the county’s prosecutor’s office said. He had been placed on paid administrative leave amid an investigation into the incident reported Thursday. By Monday, Vance County Sheriff Curtis Brame said – without releasing the resource officer’s name – that he was no longer employed by the sheriff’s office. Durham was being held on a $10,000 bond.

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John Miles, the child’s grandfather and a pastor, said he was “totally disappointed in the law itself” over misdemeanor charges and claimed that his grandson still had sling on his arm after the incident.

“I still stand today and forgive this man for hurting my grandson. I am not happy with the misdemeanor charges,” Mile told the Raleigh News & Observer. “One bad apple does not spoil the whole sheriff’s department. Sheriff Brame did a great job on this.”

“My grandson said to me last night, ‘Granddaddy, what did I do to deserve this?’ I said to my grandson, ‘You haven’t done anything’,” he added in an interview with Raleigh’s WTVD-TV.

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This undated department photo shows former Vance County sheriff’s deputy Warren Durham. Durham faces three misdemeanor charges after allegedly slamming an 11-year-old student into the floor twice before dragging him down the hallway.

Speaking at a news conference Tuesday, District Attorney Mike Waters said “by the grace of God” the student – whose identity has not been released – did not suffer severe enough injuries for his office to pursue felony charges, the Raleigh News & Observer reported.

“I don’t think there is any kind of training or anything like that, that would lead someone to act like that with an 11-year-old,” Waters said. “Had the child received more severe injuries we would be having a different discussion.”

The State Bureau of Investigation launched a probe Thursday after the Vance County school district filed a complaint “regarding the assault on an 11-year-old boy by a law enforcement officer,” the newspaper reported. A security camera at the school in Henderson, N.C., captured the alleged assault.

The video captured Thursday and released to local news outlets Friday appears to show an officer escorting a student wearing a red sweatshirt down a school hallway. It was unclear in the muted video what was said between the officer and student. The video shows the officer lift the student up and slam him head-down into the floor. He then picks up the child a second time and throws him to the ground before finally dragging the student by the shirt toward the camera before the clip ends.

Waters said the child suffered bruises but was not hospitalized. The student reportedly did not suffer from broken bones, broken teeth, fractures or a concussion. Under North Carolina state law, felony injuries are defined as those that “create a risk of death, disfigurement, coma or extreme pain.”

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Durham had worked for the department for two years and had no prior convictions or disciplinary concerns, Raleigh’s WRAL-TV reported. He could face up to 90 days in jail if convicted, Waters said.

The school district sent an emailed statement to the Observer that said:

“We are deeply concerned by the actions that took place. School and district officials are working closely and in full cooperation with the local authorities to address this matter consistent with school board policy and state laws. The safety of our students has been and continues to be of the utmost importance to our district.”

The district attorney’s office added that the office was investigating a second incident between Durham and another student at the school.

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Arkansas man struck store employee with vehicle after stealing gel insoles, ‘other foot products,’ authorities say

An Arkansas man faces a felony robbery charge following his arrest Friday after he allegedly shoplifted gel insoles and “other foot products” from a grocery store and then struck an intervening store employee with his vehicle in the store’s parking lot, according to a report.

Mitchell Allen Burroughs, 26, of Hot Springs, Ark., was arrested at his home shortly before 9:30 a.m. on the robbery charge, which is punishable by up to 20 years in prison, the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reported Tuesday.

In addition, Burroughs has outstanding warrants for failure to appear and failure to comply, the newspaper reported.

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He was being held in lieu of $8,500 bond and was set to appear this coming Friday in Garland County District Court.

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Mitchell Allen Burroughs, 26, could get up to 20 years in prison if convicted on a robbery charge, authorities say. (Garland County Sheriff’s Office)

According to an affidavit, early last Friday morning, Garland County Sheriff’s Sgt. Joshua Cannon, Cpl. Clayton Green and Deputy Elwood McConnell were dispatched to Harps Food Store in response to reports of a shoplifter who, when confronted by employees, allegedly struck one with his vehicle while fleeing.

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The deputies spoke to the alleged victim and a witness who said they had seen a man stealing the insoles and other items before running outside the building, the newspaper reported.

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The pair reportedly confronted the man as he was trying to drive away before he allegedly drove forward, striking the victim with the front of his vehicle. The victim was reportedly uninjured, the Democrat-Gazette reported.

The man then reportedly threw the stolen items at the employees as he drove away. Witnesses were able to get the license plate number.

After deputies reviewed the store’s security footage, they recognized the suspect as Burroughs, the Democrat-Gazette reported. The vehicle was located a short time later at the home.

Deputies drove to the house and spoke with Burroughs’ mother, who let them in the house.

Inside, they found Burroughs and reportedly confirmed he was the man seen in the security video. He was taken into custody without further incident.

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