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California man busted on weapons, drug charges after homemade shotgun goes off in park: police

A California man was allegedly tinkering with a homemade shotgun in a public park on Tuesday when the weapon accidentally fired, leading police to find and arrest him.

Juan Bais, 41, faces charges of possession of the shotgun, methamphetamine pipes, and discharging the weapon, police said.

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Bais was arrested after police determined he’d allegedly been tinkering with a homemade shotgun at a Fresno park. (Fresno Police Department)

The shotgun blast happened in Fresno’s Frank H. Ball Park around 11 a.m., the Fresno Bee reported. Police said they responded to a call regarding a suspicious individual who’d been sitting at a picnic table while working on an object that made an exploding noise.

ALABAMA GIRL, 12, ACCIDENTALLY SHOOTS TWO TEEN BOYS – ONE CRITICALLY, POLICE SAY

Responding officers found a homemade shotgun near where the suspect was sitting, KSEE reported. A bomb team that examined the weapon determined it was fabricated and contained a spent shotgun shell.

Bais was later located and arrested, the Bee reported. He allegedly had in his possession two methamphetamine pipes and more ammunition, the report said.

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Bais, who was already wanted by police on theft charges, remains in custody at the Fresno County Jail.

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Ohio doctor hits dog with hammer and shoots it, prosecutor says

An Ohio doctor said he was acting in self-defense Saturday when he beat his 5-year-old English Mastiff with a hammer and then shot the dog, according to prosecutors.

Authorities responded to the home of Joseph Stubbers, in West Harrison, Ind., after a neighbor grew concerned for the dog, Cooper, and called 911 after noticing the man was cleaning his garage with bleach.

‘AMAZING DOG’ ABANDONED IN CONNECTICUT BY OWNER WHO LEFT NOTE EXPLAINING WHY

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Joseph Stubbers was arrested after he allegedly struck his dog with a hammer and shot it, prosecutors said. (Dearborn County Jail)

When deputies responded, they discovered “spots of blood, a hose turned on, bleach sitting on top of a trashcan, [and] a live .40 caliber round sitting in the driveway,” the Dearborn/Ohio County Prosecutor’s Office wrote in a press release.

Deputies said two spent .40 caliber rounds and one bullet with hair on it were also found at the home.

WOMAN MARRIES HER DOG ON LIVE TV DURING BRITISH MORNING SHOW

Investigators followed a trail of blood toward the front of the house, where they saw “a large dog on the front porch with the doors open and it licking its front leg.” The dog’s right eye was “mutilated” and had fresh blood coming out of it, according to prosecutors.

Stubbers told deputies the dog attacked him and he felt “he had to put the dog down tonight.” When a deputy told him the dog was still alive, Stubbers allegedly said the dog “latched” onto his arm earlier, prompting Stubbers to whack the dog with a hammer in self-defense.

Deputies stated they didn’t see any marks on Stubbers’ arms that would indicate the dog attacked him.

One neighbor told WKRC that Cooper is a friendly dog.

“Really good dog,” said the resident, who was not identified. “Fed Ex, UPS and the big companies love him when they come to make deliveries. Just a great dog.”

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Stubbers, who reportedly owns Fairfield Primary Care in Ohio was charged with felony animal cruelty.

Officials said the dog was taken in by Dearborn County Animal Control and was being treated by veterinarians.

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Arizona man says his mother’s body was blown up in a military detonation test without his consent: report

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An Arizona man learned five years after his mother’s death that her body had been sold to the military and detonated in a bomb blast test without his consent, a report said.

Doris Stauffer died at the age of 73 in 2014 after suffering from Alzheimer’s disease later in life. Her son, Jim Stauffer, agreed to allow doctors to study his mother’s brain, but the neurologist rejected the body after she died, Phoenix’s KNXV-TV reported. He sought out other biological donation facilities with the hopes his mother’s body could be used to further research into what causes memory loss in Alzheimer’s patients.

FBI RAID UNCOVERS BUCKETS OF BODY PARTS, ‘UNSETTLING SCENES’: REPORT

Biological Resource Center (BRC), a since shutdown Phoenix-based organ-donor facility, arrived within 45 minutes of her death to take the body away, he said. He said he signed paperwork that specified what was and what was not to happen to his mother’s body. “Performing these medical tests that may involve explosions, and we said no. We checked the ‘no’ box on all that,” Jim Stauffer said.

He later received a box with what he was told was the majority of his mother’s ashes, some information and an ID number.

He said Reuters assembled a paper trail using internal documents obtained by authorities that revealed BRC sold his mother’s body to a military contractor to be used in detonation testing. Her body was strapped to a chair and a bomb was detonated underneath it to simulate what happens to the human body when a vehicle hits an IED, he said.

“I feel foolish,” he told KNXV-TV. “Because I’m not a trusting person, but in this situation, you have no idea this is going on — you trust. I think that trust is what they fed on.”

He joined a civil lawsuit filed against BRC and its owner Stephen Gore, which alleges the body-donor facility preyed on low-income, uneducated and grieving families to get them to donate their loved ones’ bodies under false pretenses.

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A Pentagon spokesperson told Reuters that BRC provided body parts to U.S. Army contractors under false pretenses, leading the military to believe BRC received consent from family to use their relatives’ bodies in destructive tests.

The Federal Bureau of Investigations raided BRC in 2014 after allegations that the organization was dissecting body parts to sell them for profit. Gore pleaded guilty in 2015 to defrauding customers by selling contaminated body parts to paying medical institutions, Reuters reported.  Gore will appear in court in October to face the families involved in the civil suit, KNXV-TV reported.

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North Carolina police investigating whether school bus driver helped coordinate shooting at teen

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North Carolina authorities are investigating whether a school bus driver set up a hit on a 17-year-old high schooler, according to media reports.

A search warrant states that Durham police are looking at the driver in connection with the May 29 incident. The driver, who was not named, has not been charged with a crime, The News & Observer reported.

The unnamed teen had gotten off a Durham Public Schools bus when gunshots rang out. Several males were hiding nearby, according to the warrant. Some shots struck a home, but the teen ran away and was not injured.

The bus driver had gotten into a fight with one of the boy’s relatives before the shooting, authorities said, according to WTVD-TV in Raleigh.

Security video from the school bus appears to show the driver exchanging words with the teen before the shooting. The driver was also texting up until the teen exited the bus, the paper reported.

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Investigators suspect the driver could have “helped coordinate the assault,” the warrant states. He was fired the day after the shooting for texting while driving the bus, a school district official told the paper.

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North Carolina political operative faces new charges in ballot fraud investigation

North Carolina political operative at the center of a ballot fraud investigation over a disputed congressional election was hit with new charges on Tuesday.

Wake County District Attorney Lorrin Freeman said in a statement that the operative, Leslie McCrae Dowless, has been indicted on charges of perjury, obstruction of justice, solicitation to commit perjury, conspiracy to obstruct justice and possession of absentee ballots related to the 2018 midterm election.

Dowless was already facing charges related to allegedly collecting absentee ballots during the 2018 primary and 2016 general elections. The state election board ordered a new election for the 9th Congressional District seat after conducting its own inquiry into the alleged harvesting scheme.

TWO MORE ARRESTS IN ALLEGED NORTH CAROLINA ELECTION FRAUD, BRINGING TOTAL TO 4

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In this Dec. 5, 2018, photo, Leslie McCrae Dowless poses outside his home in Bladenboro, N.C. (Travis Long/The News & Observer via AP, File)

Prosecutors alleged Dowless’ activities benefited Republican nominee Mark Harris, who beat his Democratic opponent, Dan McCready, in the November midterm elections by more than 900 votes. Those results were eventually tossed out and a new election was ordered.

Harris declined to run again, citing health reasons. A special election to fill the seat is scheduled for Sept. 10, The Charlotte Observer reported.

The new indictment accuses Dowless of directing people to complete the incomplete ballots by instructing “individuals to sign certifications indicating they had witnessed the voter vote and properly executed the absentee ballot when they had not, and mailed or instructed others to mail the absentee ballot in such a manner to conceal the fact that the voter had not personally mailed it himself.”

NORTH CAROLINA STARTS HEARING ON BALLOT FRAUD ALLEGATIONS IN CONESTED HOUSE RACE

Dowless’ defense attorney, Cynthia Singletary, could not be reached Tuesday evening. Several others also face new charges related to the alleged scheme.

In a statement, Elections Board Executive Director Karen Brinson-Bell said officials “will continue to be vigilant and pursue any individuals or organizations that attempt to undermine our elections.”

More indictments could follow, Freeman said at a news conference on Tuesday, according to the paper.

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“This is a large investigation,” she said. “It involves multiple election cycles, multiple individuals alleged to be involved in this election fraud.”

McCready will face Republican Dan Bishop in the new election to represent the mostly rural district.

Fox News reported Andrew O’Reilly and The Associated Press contributed to this report. 

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2 mothers active in Chicago’s anti-violence movement among those shot dead in weekend violence

Two women who volunteered for an anti-violence group trying to stop gun violence in Chicago were among those shot to death in weekend violence.

Chantell Grant and Andrea Stoudemire were both mothers in addition to volunteers for the group “Mothers Against Senseless Killings” that worked with other moms to thwart violence on the city’s South Side.

Both were working as peacekeepers at a corner where members of the group often stood watch in the neighborhood of Englewood on Friday night when they were shot dead after someone opened fire from an SUV, according to police.

CHICAGO WEEKEND SHOOTINGS LEAVE 8 DEAD, 40 WOUNDED

The 26-year-old Grant was a mother to three young children, while the 35-year-old Stoudemire was a mother of two.

The Chicago Police Department said officers found both women down on the sidewalk after a blue SUV drove up and opened fire. A 58-year-old man suffered a graze wound.

Mothers Against Senseless Killings founder Tamar Manasseh called the women’s death’s “terrifying” and “heartbreaking.”

Members of the group had vowed four years ago to take back the corner and keep it safe for women and children after a previous murder there, patrolling the area for the entire summer, WLS-TV reported. Besides hosting barbeques, members of the group told WLS their constant presence was to help deter violence.

CHICAGO MAYOR: POLICE ‘ARE LOSING THE STREETS’ TO MAJOR ERUPTIONS OF VIOLENCE

“It is sacred ground, as far as we’re concerned,” MASK member Maria Pike told the television station. “This was a haven that was built by moms.”

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Chantell Grant and Andrea Stoudemire were shot to death on a while out volunteering as peacekeepers in a neighborhood on Chicago’s South Side on Friday. (FOX 32)

A 58-year-old man was also injured in the shooting and suffered a graze wound, FOX32 reported.

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A GoFundMe campaign has already raised over $9,000 for a reward to anyone who has information on the deadly shooting.

As of Tuesday, Chicago police say no arrests have been made in connection to the killings.

Authorities said a total of 48 people were shot over the weekend, eight of them fatally.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Alleged Seattle hacker arrested in Capital One breach, boasted on social media: report

Authorities claim a Seattle software engineer was responsible for the hacking of Capital One and obtained the personal data of over 100 million people in what appears to be one of the biggest breaches of a big bank in history.

Paige Thompson, 33, was caught by Seattle authorities after leaving an extensive digital footprint of her alleged crime on the Internet, including boasting about it on the Internet, authorities said. She’s now charged with one count of computer fraud and abuse.

CAPITAL ONE DATA BREACH EXPOSES INFO OF 106M CUSTOMERS, APPLICANTS; SUSPECT ARRESTED

Capital One said Monday that Thompson – who according to a FBI complaint also goes by the handle “erratic” – got information including credit scores and balances plus the Social Security numbers of about 140,000 customers, the bank said.

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In this July 16, 2019, photo, a man walks across the street from a Capital One location in San Francisco. Capital One says a hacker got access to the personal information of over 100 million individuals applying for credit.  (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

The breach in total affected about 100 million people in the U.S. and 6 million in Canada. The bank will offer free credit monitoring services to those affected.

The bank said it found out about the vulnerability in its system July 19 and immediately sought help from law enforcement to catch the perpetrator.

The FBI said that some of the information obtained from the bank appeared on the code-hosting site GitHub on July 17, while a month before that, a Twitter user who went by “erratic” sent another user a direct message on Slack alerting about the distribution of the bank’s data that includes names, birthdates and Social Security numbers.

“I’ve basically strapped myself with a bomb vest, (expletive) dropping capitol ones dox and admitting it,” the message said. “I wanna distribute those buckets I think first.”

“I’ve basically strapped myself with a bomb vest, (expletive) dropping capitol ones dox and admitting it. I wanna distribute those buckets I think first.”

— A message allegedly sent by the hacker

MILLIONS OF BULGARIANS’ PERSONAL DATA HACKED; RUSSIAN LINK SUSPECTED

Thompson, a former employee of Amazon Web Services, didn’t try to hide on the Internet that she was a hacker, the New York Times reported. She was listed as an organizer of a hacker group on social network Meetup.

“I’ve been meaning to put together something like a hack night or somethng soon,” she wrote on May 13, according to the newspaper.

“It’s been a crazy past two weeks, and my cat had to go to the vet everyday last week but she’s finally starting to recover maybe this wednesday in capitol hill? I’ll do an all day thing at starbucks until they close, I’e got nothing better to do,” she added.

Investigators say they verified Thompson’s online persona after she posted a photo of an invoice she had gotten from a veterinarian looking after one of her pets.

The bank said the most of of the hacked data consists of information supplied by consumers and small businesses who applied for credit cards between 2005 and early 2019. The data also expose phone numbers, email addresses, dates of birth and self-reported income.

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“While I am grateful that the perpetrator has been caught, I am deeply sorry for what has happened,” said Capital One CEO Richard D. Fairbank. “I sincerely apologize for the understandable worry this incident must be causing those affected and I am committed to making it right.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Alleged Seattle hacker arrested in Capital One breach, boasted on social media: report

Authorities claim a Seattle software engineer was responsible for the hacking of Capital One and obtained the personal data of over 100 million people in what appears to be one of the biggest breaches of a big bank in history.

Paige Thompson, 33, was caught by Seattle authorities after leaving an extensive digital footprint of her alleged crime on the Internet, including boasting about it on the Internet, authorities said. She’s now charged with one count of computer fraud and abuse.

CAPITAL ONE DATA BREACH EXPOSES INFO OF 106M CUSTOMERS, APPLICANTS; SUSPECT ARRESTED

Capital One said Monday that Thompson – who according to a FBI complaint also goes by the handle “erratic” – got information including credit scores and balances plus the Social Security numbers of about 140,000 customers, the bank said.

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In this July 16, 2019, photo, a man walks across the street from a Capital One location in San Francisco. Capital One says a hacker got access to the personal information of over 100 million individuals applying for credit.  (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

The breach in total affected about 100 million people in the U.S. and 6 million in Canada. The bank will offer free credit monitoring services to those affected.

The bank said it found out about the vulnerability in its system July 19 and immediately sought help from law enforcement to catch the perpetrator.

The FBI said that some of the information obtained from the bank appeared on the code-hosting site GitHub on July 17, while a month before that, a Twitter user who went by “erratic” sent another user a direct message on Slack alerting about the distribution of the bank’s data that includes names, birthdates and Social Security numbers.

“I’ve basically strapped myself with a bomb vest, (expletive) dropping capitol ones dox and admitting it,” the message said. “I wanna distribute those buckets I think first.”

“I’ve basically strapped myself with a bomb vest, (expletive) dropping capitol ones dox and admitting it. I wanna distribute those buckets I think first.”

— A message allegedly sent by the hacker

MILLIONS OF BULGARIANS’ PERSONAL DATA HACKED; RUSSIAN LINK SUSPECTED

Thompson, a former employee of Amazon Web Services, didn’t try to hide on the Internet that she was a hacker, the New York Times reported. She was listed as an organizer of a hacker group on social network Meetup.

“I’ve been meaning to put together something like a hack night or somethng soon,” she wrote on May 13, according to the newspaper.

“It’s been a crazy past two weeks, and my cat had to go to the vet everyday last week but she’s finally starting to recover maybe this wednesday in capitol hill? I’ll do an all day thing at starbucks until they close, I’e got nothing better to do,” she added.

Investigators say they verified Thompson’s online persona after she posted a photo of an invoice she had gotten from a veterinarian looking after one of her pets.

The bank said the most of of the hacked data consists of information supplied by consumers and small businesses who applied for credit cards between 2005 and early 2019. The data also expose phone numbers, email addresses, dates of birth and self-reported income.

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“While I am grateful that the perpetrator has been caught, I am deeply sorry for what has happened,” said Capital One CEO Richard D. Fairbank. “I sincerely apologize for the understandable worry this incident must be causing those affected and I am committed to making it right.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Ohio middle school students prank teacher allergic to bananas, send her to the hospital

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A group of middle-schoolers in Ohio sent their art teacher with a deadly banana allergy to the hospital after intentionally smearing banana peels on her door and doorknob and throwing bananas at her while she sat in her classroom, a new report said.

A group of three students—between 12 or 13-years-old who attend school in Columbus, Ohio, allegedly carried out the prank during lunchtime in November 2018.

OHIO TEACHER ALLEGEDLY TOUCHED DOZENS OF FEMALE FIRST-GRADERS INAPPROPRIATELY, PROSECUTOR SAYS

Columbus’ Fox 28 reported– citing a police report– that students at the Starling K-8 school knew the unidentified teacher had a deadly food allergy. The teacher’s classroom door also had a “Banana Free Zone” sign that warns students to wash their hands if they come in contact with the fruit.

“All of the kids know she’s deathly allergic to bananas,” a security officer told the police. “If it touches her, she will go into anaphylactic shock.”

According to the school security officer, the teacher went into anaphylactic shock within 15 minutes of the incident, was administered two EpiPens and was rushed to the hospital where she recovered.

The three students were put on probation through juvenile court. It was unclear what, if any charges the juveniles faced. It was also unclear on what punishment they faced at the school.

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The Columbus Police Department said felony assaults on teachers were on the rise in 2019, with more than 30 cases documented since January. Officers responded to 65 felony assaults on city school campuses in 2017, which was nearly three times the amount of assaults from the year before, Fox 28 reported.

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Teen killed at the Gilroy festival stayed behind to walk with relative with cane, family says

A 13-year-old girl who was killed by a gunman at the Gilroy Garlic Festival in Northern California on Sunday may have inadvertently saved another relative’s life by staying behind amid the shooting to walk with a relative who uses a cane, the family said.

Keyla Salazar, 13, was identified late Monday by the Santa Clara County Coroner’s Office, as the third victim fatally shot by a 19-year-old gunman while attending the Gilroy Garlic Festival.

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A man in his 20s, a 6-year-old and Salazar were killed when Santino William Legan, 19, open-fired at the festival Sunday before turning his “AK-47-type assault rifle” at responding officers. Legan was fatally shot by police. At least 11 others were injured.

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Keyla Salazar, 13, was one of three people killed when a gunman open-fired at an outdoor food festival in northern California over the weekend. (GoFundMe)

Salazar’s aunt, Katiuska Vargas, told the Associated Press Monday that her niece was eating ice cream with family members when they heard gunshots and began to flee. Salazar stayed behind to keep pace with a relative who uses a cane and was shot with a bullet that otherwise might have hit the woman she was waiting for, Vargas said.

A local car dealership in Gilroy started a GoFundMe page to raise money for Salazar’s parents after her death. Bob Mann, the page’s organizer, wrote that South County Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram staff support the festival every year.

“Together we can help with this heartbreaking loss,” Mann wrote. The page had raised over $22,000 as of Monday night, nearing the halfway point of its $50,000 goal. Family and friends shared the crowdsourcing page to Facebook Monday to ask for donations.

“Please donate. She is my friends daughter and unfortunately lost her life in a senseless act. Please keep her family in your prayers,” Jeannette Godinez also wrote on Facebook.

The Gilroy Police department announced Monday that officers have served two search warrants associated with the suspect as police work to investigate what may have led Legan to carry out the horrific assault.

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The man in his 20s who was killed had been identified as Trevor Irby, 25, a recent graduate of Keuka College in upstate New York. Steven Romero, 6, of San Jose was also killed in the incident, the coroner’s officer said. Authorities said it is too early in the investigation to determine if the victims killed in the shooting were targeted by the gunman.

Fox News’ Greg Norman, Edmund DeMarche, Talia Kaplan and the Associated Press contributed to this report.

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