Police Identify a man who died in police Phoenix
Phoenix police identified as 49-year-old Alexander Brown a man who died in detention on Sunday morning. According to Phoenix police, Brown was in the Circle K at 51st Avenue and McDowell Road at 5:45 a.m., hitting shoppers, showing signs of disability and behaving erratically and suspicious. Authorities confirmed Brown was closing the front doors with inside customers and staff during the accident.
According to Phoenix Police Sergeant Vince Lewis, police are investigating a "serious accident" at 51st Avenue and McDowell Boulevard. Phoenix police responded to a brawl within a Circle K at 51st Avenue and McDowell at 5:50 a.m., according to a tweet posted by the Phoenix Police Department.
Police a person, identified as Alexander Brown, 49, was behaving "erratically, delusional,[ and] intoxicated." At one stage, police say, Brown locked the store's front doors with the customers and staff inside.
Authorities say they found Alexander Brown, 49, behaving "erratically, paranoid, intoxicated" as they arrived at the scene. They said he was pulling people inside the Circle K and making suspicious remarks. Furthermore, police confirmed that at one stage the perpetrator actually locked the Circle K gate, locking customers and employees inside.
Customers of the Circle K was able to escape unharmed, said police. Police immediately arrested Brown while he tried to flee, police added. "The victims were able to escape unharmed, and officers came in contact with the perpetrator," Sgt. Vince Lewis, the spokesperson for the Phoenix police, said in a Sunday interview. Officials claimed Brown resisted arrest violently but was taken into custody without needing less-lethal weapons.
Brown sat in the back of a patrol car, where he started to hit his head against the inside of the sedan, according to Phoenix police officers. As a consequence of Brown's demonstrated actions and physical signs, police sought assistance from the Phoenix Fire Department. Brown, though, was unresponsive after being examined and was pulled from the patrol vehicle.
When Brown was in the patrol car, police claimed he continued to hit the inside of the car with his fist. Thanks to the actions of perpetrators, the Phoenix Fire Department was called upon to help. Brown was irresponsible as he was examined by Phoenix flames. Phoenix blaze took Brown to the hospital where he was declared dead. Body cameras were also turned on by the officers involved in this incident.
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PHOENIX–Utah Attorney General's Office officials today announced the allegation of human trafficking and baby selling on the part of Maricopa County Assessor Paul D. Petersen. Officials in Utah said that in California, Petersen was arrested and charged with carrying out an illegal adoption scheme where he abducted, delivered, and made a fee to women who were pregnant from the Pacific Islands to give up babies for adoption in the United States.
Officials of Utah suspect Petersen of shipping over 40 pregnant women to Utah during the last three years, and that, in the sense of a long history of adoption-related abuse of Pacific islands, adoptions between the United States and the Marshall Islands were prohibited by an arrangement between the two nations.
Utah investigators said that in concurrent inquiries of the program they worked closely with prosecutors in California, Arkansas, and the Marshall Islands State. While the Arizona authorities are still not issuing a statement, the FOX 10 has discovered that officials at the Arizona Office of the Prosecutor-General have brought 32 charges of collusion, deceptive schemes and artifices, extortion, false plans and practices, and forgery against Petersen and other identified Lynwood Jennet. The articles are published on 7 October.
The Marshallese women, in order to be equipped with medical services through the Arizona Health Care Coasting System (AHCCS), are wrongly portrayed, according to the indictment by officials from Arizona. Petersen and Jennet have been credited with helping women flee Arizona once women gave birth, and on several occasions, the woman moved to the Marshall Islands. The Petersen home and office in Mesa was allegedly subjected to searches.
The details and confidentiality of Twitter Advertising were listed as being a Private Adoption Attorney for 15 years on Petersen's website by 17 people. Petersen was elected to the Office by a special election in 2014 and was again returned to the board in 2016, according to the County Assessor's website. Petersen also received around 70 percent of the vote in votes in November 2014, against the nominee for Libertarian Party documents held by the Maricopa County Recorder's Office. He was the only candidate to win over 98% of the votes in the 2016 campaign.
Members with the United States “The Arkansas District Attorney General's Office” today reports that a news conference will be conducted late Wednesday morning (Arizona time). Tuesday night. In the meantime, Utah authorities are also expected to have a news conference to discuss the matter on Wednesday.
Steven Taylor would like the supporters of Wellington Phoenix to give former coach Mark Rudan a standing ovation at Westpac Stadium on Sunday when the new A-League season ends.
This remains to be seen whether they will heed their Captain's call.
As 2019 began, Rudan could do little wrong in the eyes of Phoenix supporters, having turned the club around and sent it on a record 9 game unbeaten run, which made a return to the playoffs for the first time in 4 years inevitable.
But as January turned to February, and he refused to commit to the second season in the capital, while reports linking him to the Western United expansion club began to pile up, things began to sour.
His appointment across the ditch was labeled the worst kept secret in Australian football and eventually verified at the end of May, and when three out-of-contract Phoenix players – Durante, goalkeeper Filip Kurto, and middleman Max Burgess – joined him, anger among the club's fans only grew
Rudan said at the time that he had not approached any Phoenix players about signing for his new club, but added, teasingly: "Did they come up to me? That's a different story".
"I can not speak any more highly about Mark and what he did last year was phenomenal, on and off the pitch, so I think he deserves respect and I hope that when he comes and gets a standing ovation because of what he did here was fantastic.
"You have got Dura, Kurto, Max Burgess coming back here. Andrew Durante has left his gift at the Wellington Phoenix - what a player, what a guy. He was phenomenal for the football club and that should never be forgotten about, so I hope he gets recognized as well, before the game.
'Comedy genius' Peter Kay has declared the Phoenix Club will open its doors in Blackpool with a special anniversary screening of the comedy show to be shown from the Opera House, Winter Gardens
Kay revealed the previous month in celebration of the 19-year milestone since the award-winning Phoenix Nights first aired to audiences; the classic show would be shared on the biggest screen around the country for the very first time.
Now Lancashire fans can take a seat and relive all the highlight moments with Brian Potter, Jerry ‘the saint’ St Clair, Les Alamos, Max and Paddy, and all the gang.
The screening of both series of northern sitcom takes place at the Blackpool Opera House on Saturday 29 February.
The special picture showing also includes exclusively recorded cast interviews, all net profits from the event will be donated to Cancer Research UK.
Carol Evans, director of partnerships at Cancer Research UK said “We are so grateful to Peter for arranging these unique screenings of such an iconic TV series to raise money.
"The money that is lifted from the events will fund vital research to beat cancer.”
The last time the Bolton born funnyman was at the Opera House was for a charity screening of his BBC comedy Car Share.
Kay, 45, announced 3 charity screenings at the venue, showing a special finale of his BBC sitcom plus an improvised episode.
Almost 3,000 fans were at that first screening on Friday to see what happened among Kay's character John and Kayleigh, played by Sian Gibson.
The comedian has been spotted on visits to the resort, the last time in April, after taking a break from the spotlight since canceling a 109-gig sell-out UK tour due to ‘unforeseen family circumstances’ in December 2017.
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It’s no laughing matter: Like many people his age, Joaquin Phoenix has come to the completion that his comic book collection is no gold mine.
“I'm disappointed that my comics are not more valuable,” says Phoenix, 44, who still has some pretty choices issue, including Wolverine’s first appearance. “When you are a kid, a 100 bucks is like a lot, right? I remember reading comics, being so excited: ‘Oh, man, it's going to be worth 150 bucks!’ And then you're an adult with a mortgage and you recognized that all of your comics, it doesn't amount to much.”
The great heroes of his childhood have become big business in Hollywood, though Phoenix is going in a very different direction with a fabled comic icon. Director Todd Phillips’ keenly anticipated psychological thriller “Joker” (in theaters Friday) imagines that a real-world scenario gives rise to the legendary Batman villain. That antagonist comes in the form of Arthur Fleck (Phoenix), a troubled Gotham City clown and stand-up comedian mocked and bullied for his unusual behavior and otherworldly cackle.
Phoenix is the latest in a long line of movie Jokers, joining the ranks of Jack Nicholson (1989’s “Batman”), Heath Ledger (2008’s “The Dark Knight”) and Jared Leto (2016’s “Suicide Squad”). But he does find the urge of the anarchic antagonist – for actors and pop culture fans alike – “curious” overall.
“I wonder if it's that they project their own feelings on the character because in some ways he is a blank slate,” says Phoenix, breaking into a gigantic bottle of water while relaxing in an outdoor area of bar hotel. “Most of these villains and heroes, their motivations are so clearly defined. Maybe there's something enjoyable about a character in which we do not really know what motivates him.”
Ledger posthumously won an Academy Award for his Joker, and Phoenix could make it two-for-two for the bad guy at the Oscars. A three-time nominee, he is already considered overdue for golden glory, critical acclaim for his work is boosting awareness, and he "most definitely will be in the mix," says Fandango.com managing editor Erik Davis.
"(Oscar) voters love a juicy, no-holds-barred performance, he says. "And while Phoenix’s take is tough to watch and makes you uncomfortable at times, those are often the most powerful and everlasting performances because they are the ones that stick with you long after leaving the theater."
PHOENIX — The elementary school teacher died and a man is injured after a head-on collision in Phoenix on Saturday afternoon.
The crash took place between 33rd and Grand avenues. Phoenix Fire said that a 24-year-old man was taken to a hospital in serious condition.
Crash investigators found that the man was driving a 2019 Toyota Camry and turning on Weldon Avenue to go south on Grand when he crashed with the woman who was heading north on the 2008 Ford Fusion.
The woman was taken to the hospital and pronounced dead. Police have identified her as 25-year-old Heather Began.
The Littleton Elementary School District said that on Sunday Began was in her second year of first-grade teaching at the Estrella Vista STEM Academy. She graduated from the University of Eastern Illinois and moved to Arizona.
The district said it was bringing "plans together to support the community."
"It is with a heavy heart that we report the death of Ms. Heather Began, a first-class teacher at the Estrella Vista STEM Academy. Ms. Began involved in a fatal car crash yesterday afternoon. The school expresses its sympathy to all who knew her both in and out of the Littleton Area," the district said in an e-mailed statement.
Police do state that impairment could be a factor in this incident. The investigation is ongoing. Traffic on Grand Avenue was opened between 33rd to 35th Avenues. The place is now being reopened.
A man died while in Phoenix police custody on Sunday morning, when cops responded to a call to fight at a convenience store in the West Valley.
Officers say they received a report that a 49-year-old man was "pushing customers acting erratically and making paradoxical comments." At one stage, police said he locked the store's front doors with customers and staff inside.
"The victims were able to escape unharmed, and the police came in contact with the suspect said Sgt. Vince Lewis, Phoenix Police Spokesman, in a Sunday statement
The police came to Circle K at 51st Avenue and McDowell Road at about 5:45 a.m. The police said the man initially resisted arrest but was ultimately taken into custody.
When seated in the patrol car, the police said the man had started to hit his head inside the vehicle Police asked the Phoenix Fire Department to respond due to its actions and physical signs."
"While he was being checked, he was not responding and was removed from the patrol vehicle," Lewis said. The man who was not named by the police until his of kin was informed was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead.
No police or customers are injured. The officers involved wear body cameras and the investigation is ongoing, Lewis added.
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A man who fell between a running Metro light rail train and a bus platform in Midtown on Wednesday is expected to survive a leg injury.
The person was waiting to board the Red Line Southbound train at Wheeler Street station about 2 p.m. When he stepped into the moving train, sliding into the inch-wide gap between the platform and the station, the Houston firefighters reported. He was pushed on his foot, and he was pulled along the platform by the train until it came to a stop.
He suffered serious leg injuries, but was quickly pulled from under the train car by firefighters. He was transferred to Ben Taub Hospital for treatment and is expected to survive, said the firefighters. While the southbound red line was temporarily shut down, people were sighted on and off another southbound train at around 2:45 p.m.
Houston's murders in 2019 were outstripping the number of murders in 2018 and 2017, police claim.
As of Wednesday, Houston Police Department Homicide Detectives solved the murders of 210 people compared with 207 in 2018 and 186 in 2017. This is a rise of around 1.5 percent over 2018 and almost 13 percent since 2017.
The spike was due to the fact that the FBI figures reported by the Houston Chronicle indicate that total crime is down, but violent crime is still on the rise. Of the 210 people killed so far in 2019, 129 were convicted by the police.
Just recently, retired Houston police officer Gerald Goines was charged with two counts of murder for conducting a failed raid on 7915 Hardin St. that killed Dennis Tuttle and Rh
In August, the Texas Department of Public Safety arrested more than 2,000 vehicles driving 85 miles per hour or higher, with the highest speed reported in the state of Texas, according to data obtained through the Department's records request.
The Dodge Charger was the vehicle manufacturer and the version that was most checked by the DPS Troopers, records show. Four of the top 20 biggest speedboats are driving the Dodge Charger in August in DPS Region 2A, which covers Harris, Chambers, Brazoria, and Galveston counties.
The top speeder was operating the Lexus SC on U.S. 290 in Harris County and allegedly was going 124 mph in a 60 mph zone, data showed.
The second-fastest driver was halted in the Chevrolet Corvette and pulled at 124 mph in a 65 mph zone.
In total, 2,145 drivers were caught by DPS in August, records indicate.
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32 year old Jack Palfreeman from Sydney has been by now in Bulgarian prison, charged for killing. He had to be there for 20 years. But the prosecutor decided to let him go by amnesty in the middle of his imprisonment. Many people (especially locals) consider he should serve out the whole term, some people, however, think, that the killer has to be out of prison because of justice mistake. A decision to grant parole should be residual, according to Bulgarian law, and can't be appealed.
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Dominic Iannotti, who belongs to Prestwick, is going to compete in the INAS Global games that are going to commence tomorrow. INAS global games are one of the world’s most significant high-performance events meant for athletes who have an intellectual impairment. Dominic, who has Asperger syndrome, has coached Prestwick duo Jack Dickson and Frances Smiley recently for the special Olympic medals. And now this 22-year-old is going to Brisbane to win a medal.
Dominic stated that he is looking forward to this experience, and he feels incredible that he is going to be a part of this event. He further said that he has been increasing his match practice sessions at the gym, so he is physically ready to face the challenges.
Dominic is a part of the five-strong Great Britain squad who is going to Brisbane.