Police shot a suspected murderer connected to the killing of a 7-year-old girl multiple times on April 22 during an attempted carjacking.
A hero trucker saves the day by blocking the road and ending a high-speed police chase of a suspected murderer.
Aminadab Gonzalez has been identified as the individual who fatally shot four people at a business park in Orange, California on Wednesday. According to Lieutenant Jennifer Amat of the Orange Police Department, it is believed that the shooting was related to a “business and personal relationship which existed between the suspect and all of the victims.”
Just one day after reporting her missing, authorities arrested Jonathan Greyblood on Sunday under the suspicion that he killed his wife Jeanine.
Police say Tityana Coppage, 21, followed Keith Lars, 36, to a parking lot where she fatally shot him. Lars had been suspected of killing Coppage’s 16-year-old brother, Jason Ugwuh, in a shooting on January 10.
Police in Oregon are searching for a man who stole a car and then returned to lecture the car’s owner about leaving her child in the back seat, before dropping off the child and speeding off in the car again.
Fort Hood, the Army’s Armored Corps base, is under intensified scrutiny after the Army announced Tuesday that investigations into the 31 soldier deaths that occurred in 2020 will result in the punishment of 14 senior officers. According to Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy, the issues at Fort Hood (including sexual harassment and sexual assault) are “directly related to leadership failure.”
Two people were killed, and multiple people were injured after a fatal stabbing took place in San Jose, California. Police arrived at the Grace Baptist Church around 8:45 p.m. on Sunday to discover numerous people suffering from stab wounds. According to CBS San Francisco, two victims died after succumbing to their injuries. Investigators believe that the suspect might have been a homeless person being sheltered in Grace Baptist Church.
Police have arrested another suspect for the murder of a Mormon family in Mexico. As of today, investigators have arrested 12 Mexican fugitives connected with the slaying of nine American women and children in Sonora, Mexico, on November 4, 2019. According to ABC7, the suspect arrested was responsible for ambushing the family last November. However, only two of the suspects arrested for the killings have been accused of murder.
The boyfriend of 21-year-old Bethany Anne Decker is charged with her 2011 disappearance on Monday. Bethany, a student of George Mason University, had been pregnant five months before she suddenly went missing on January 29, 2011, in Loudon County, Virginia. According to WUSA9, Bethany lived with her boyfriend, 40-year-old Ronald Roldan, in her Ashburn apartment; at the same time, her husband, Emile Decker, was deployed in Afghanistan. After her disappearance, investigators learned that Bethany had been in an abusive relationship with her boyfriend. Consequently, Ronald, the father of Bethany’s unborn child, would be the last person to see her alive.