Colin Flaherty reviews and gives commentary on news with headlines "VIDEO: Police investigating fight at Floyd Gwin Park" and "One dead, seven shot in Hazlehurst night club shooting" and "Police: 4 people shot after suspects opened fire into crowd at Anderson block party" and "Arrest made in quadruple shooting on Cincinnati's west side" and "Caught on Camera: Cheetos-Munching Suspect Sucker Punches Victim in WeHo Store" and "Gang of Somali Kids Attack Park Goers in Lewiston" and "Norwood officer fights off motorist: 'I think he was trying to kill me'" and "Youth fights disrupt Fitchburg Days"
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Mon 12:03 PM, May 14, 2018 Updated:Tue 2:32 PM, May 15, 2018
A complainant told police that a 15-year-old boy was at Floyd Gwin Park on his lunch break when he he was assaulted by a large group of teens.
Published: Sunday, May 20th 2018, 11:40 am CDT
Updated: Monday, May 21st 2018, 8:21 am CDT
Posted by Mary Grace Eppes
Dariendejuan Fells and Odarius Black are charged with the murder of 26-year-old Jonathan Miller. According to Hazlehurst Police Chief Swilly, Miller was shot and killed at a bar and nightclub called Tootsie's Spot.
The 2 Lincoln County men are also charged with aggravated assault for shooting 7 additional people
Eight shots were fired inside the building by the suspects, who police say were recklessly shooting in the building. Warrants have been issued for the suspects, identified as 23-year-old Dariendejuan "Daquan" Fells and 21-year-old Odarius Black.
POSTED 4:47 PM, MAY 22, 2018, BY ALEXIS MCADAMS, UPDATED AT 04:54PM, MAY 22, 2018
ANDERSON, Ind.-- A teenager was shot in the chest and three others were wounded at an Anderson block party after investigators say someone opened fire into a crowd.
Investigators say those bullets hit four people including a 19-year-old victim from who was shot in the chest. He was flown by medical helicopter to Indianapolis and is now in stable condition.
Updated: 9:14 AM EDT May 25, 2018 Dan Griffin
EAST PRICE HILL, Ohio —
A man was arrested in connection with a quadruple shooting in East Price Hill Thursday night. Da'von Owens, 21, faces four counts of felonious assault in connection with the Glenway Avenue shooting.
Officials said it happened around 7 p.m. near Ross Avenue. Four men were found shot at the scene, and were taken to University of Cincinnati Medical Center for treatment.
Published at 9:11 AM PDT on May 25, 2018 | Updated at 9:13 AM PDT on May 25, 2018
The suspect was seen pacing throughout the store, casually eating a bag of Cheetos, before he approached a man from behind and, without apparent provocation, unleashed a punch to the head that sent the unsuspecting victim to the floor.
"After the assault, the suspect picked up the victim's cellphone and fled from the store on foot through the rear emergency exit door and out of view," Bishop said.
Posted on May 24, 2018 (May 28, 2018)
A local mother recorded as a mob of teens and children, boys and girls as young as nine years old, brandishing wooden bats and other objects, along with fists, feet and sheer numbers to attack the two non-Somali defenders. At one point you can even here one of the hoodlums repeatedly daring the woman to, “stop me, b**ch.”
By: Stephanie Tinoco Updated: May 28, 2018 - 12:28 PM
NORWOOD. N.C. - A Norwood police officer fought for his life during an assault following a traffic stop Friday night near Norwood Elementary School, town officials told Channel 9.
“He was trying to physically harm me and/or kill me. I think he was trying to kill me,” Hodgson told Norwood officials in an audio recording obtained by Channel 9. "He had to have been rolling at least 70, 80, 90 miles an hour with my legs dangling out (of) the car."
Monday, May 21, 2018 8:35 a.m. CDT
FITCHBURG, WI (MetroSource-WSAU) - Police say a rash of juvenile disturbances led to the early closing of the Fitchburg Days midway. Numerous disturbances were reported Friday evening at the festival. Two teen boys, a 15-year-old and a 16-year-old, were arrested and taken to the juvenile reception center. Citations were issued to at least two others teens. Police processed at least three battery complaints.