Monday, July 13, 2020

Bronx streets chaos as rioters, looters run wild

NEW YORK - Parts of the Bronx burned Monday night as looters had free reign to ransack scores of small businesses– chaos that finally prompted Mayor Bill de Blasio to order extra cops to swarm the areas. (New York Post)

Man arrested after video brutal nursing home beating goes viral

A 20-year-old man is sitting uncomfortably behind bars after a video appearing to show him beat up elderly people at a Detroit, Mich., nursing home went viral. (Toronto Sun)

Suspect identified in Transit assault died a week later of overdose

VANCOUVER - A man who ripped out a woman’s hair before wrestling her to the ground and punching her has been identified as having died due to a drug overdose a week after the assault last month. (The Province)

Shocking video shows man wearing medical mask sucker punch NYPD cop in the Bronx

New York - A man wearing a medical face mask was caught on camera sucker-punching an NYPD officer in the Bronx Tuesday night as the cop’s partner was subduing a robbery suspect. (New York Post)

Police identify 16 new potential victims after arrest of ex-Montreal police officer, hockey coach

Longueuil police have identified 16 potential new victims in connection with François Lamarre, a former hockey coach and retired Montreal police officer who is facing charges related to the alleged sexual assault of four minors. (Global News)

Brothers Keepers and UN gang in bloody Yaletown brawl Sunday morning

Vancouver police are investigating early morning stabbings in Yaletown on Sunday that sent four men to hospital, leaving one of them in serious condition. (The Province)

Police flush out fecal flinger

One day after a third another unsuspecting victim in the city was doused in fecal matter, a man thought to be responsible for the attacks has been flushed out. (Toronto Sun)
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  • Three suspects deported after series of Surrey street brawls

    Surrey RCMP say three individuals will be deported from Canada as a result of their involvement in a series of assaults involving large groups of youths over the past several months. (CBC)

    RCMP release images of suspect in crime spree, side-swiping police car

    Mounties in B.C.’s Southern Interior have released images of a man suspected of multiple crimes across the region in the past week. Police believe the man is connected to a string of criminal activity in the North Okanagan, Thompson-Nicola, Nicola Valley, and the Central Okanagan. (Vancouver Sun)

    Bill Owens photographed the Hells Angels at Altamont then hid for 49 years

    When Bill Owens got his pictures of the violence at the Altamont Speedway Free Festival published in Rolling Stone, he would not let his name appear on the photo credit. Owens had been threatened and he feared retribution from the same Hells Angels he’d photographed swinging pool cues in front of the concert stage on Dec. 6, 1969. (San Francisco Chronicle)

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