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PostPosted: Tue Jul 17, 2018 3:29 am 
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Would-be robber beaten up by restaurant employees in Arizona

by FOX26 NEWSFriday, July 13th 2018

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TUCSON, Az. (FOX26 NEWS) — A would-be robber in Arizona was stopped by several restaurant employees and the whole thing was caught on camera.


In the video, the crook can be seen standing behind a counter, armed with a knife and demanding money from employees. However, the workers were not amused and one of them decided to take action by throw a chair at the suspect. At least six employees then start attacking the man and subduing him until police arrive.

The crook did cut one of the employees with a box cutter which required 16 stitches.

The man is now facing charges of armed robbery, aggravated assault and burglary. He is currently being held on $50,000 bond.



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PostPosted: Tue Jul 17, 2018 1:42 pm 
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Day care provider who hanged toddler sentenced to probation

Nataliia Karia received 10 years probation on Monday for hanging a toddler in her daycare and running over two men with her minivan.

Author: Lou Raguse
Published: 4:10 PM CDT July 16, 2018
Updated: 7:48 PM CDT July 16, 2018

MINNEAPOLIS - A former day care provider convicted of hanging a toddler has been sentenced to probation.

Nataliia Karia received 10 years probation on Monday for hanging a toddler in her daycare and running over two men with her minivan, before attempting suicide. She had faced 13 years in prison. All of the victims of the November 2016 incident survived their injuries.

Through an interpreter, Karia asked for forgiveness.

"I apologize and I don't know if you will be able to forgive me. I have no excuse for what I did," she said.

Judge Jay Quam said this is one of the hardest cases he's ever had adding if this was a normal case, given everything that happened, he would give the most severe sentence that he could.

But he says this was not a normal case.

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Karia will be on electronic home monitoring for a couple months until the rest of probation details are worked out. She won't walk out of this courtroom a free woman, but could potentially be released today.

4:37 PM - Jul 16, 2018Lou Raguse

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Karia will be on electronic home monitoring for a couple months until the rest of probation details are worked out. She won't walk out of this courtroom a free woman, but could potentially be released today.

4:37 PM - Jul 16, 2018


Karia sobbed as the prosecutor ran through the details of what happened.

"She hung (him) by the neck with a homemade noose in her basement in Minneapolis. This case is about that little boy who very well could have taken his last breath in that basement," assistant county attorney Christina Warren said.

Karia had pleaded guilty to attempted murder and criminal vehicular operation. Karia's attorney argued the cause was mental illness brought on by abuse.

"This offense was aggravated, if not wholly caused, by abuse of Nataliia's husband," defense attorney Brockton Hunter said.

Hunter provided the judge with recordings they say shows her husband's anger.

Karia told the judge, "Please help me back to my children."

The prosecutor argued that mental illness is not a reason to give Karia probation instead of prison.

"It's not that mentally ill shouldn't go to prison. the dept of corrections is incredibly well equipped to handle the needs of the mentally ill," Warren said.

The sentencing was a continuation of proceedings that began in May. At that time, Claire and Jennifer Booth, the mothers of the toddler, gave emotional victim impact statements in court.

“Based on prior actions and history, I would not feel comfortable with simply probation. Because everybody that has testified today has said they trusted her with their children. Well you’re fine and you’re trustworthy and you’re caring until you’re not,” Claire Booth said on May 23.

In May, Denys Karia testified his mother suffered both physical and mental abuse in Ukraine and here in America. Denys said that his mother told him she had suicidal thoughts and a week before the incident told him she was worried she might hurt someone else, but her husband would not allow her to seek help.

Joseph Sabir, who saved the child from Karia's basement, testified that he could tell she was not acting herself and told him to call the police.

“I believe what transpired that day was not a reflection of her and who she was from everything I’ve gathered from people. With a lot of medical care and treatment and support I don’t think she poses a risk to the public or her children,” Sabir said in May.

Judge Quam also handed down a 183 month stayed prison sentence, which will be held over Karia's head if she violates probation. Karia will be on house arrest for a couple months until the rest of probation details are determined. She could be released as early as Monday.

Following the sentencing, Jennifer Booth said, "Our family is looking forward to moving on. We have been fortunate to have a supportive, healing community surround us. We hope that Nataliia is able to move forward in her own healing journey and hope she gets the help she needs."



Where is the justice for this child?

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 Post subject: Re: Crime Forum
PostPosted: Wed Aug 01, 2018 2:14 pm 
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Teen ripped out relative's eyes with his bare hands, police say

USA TODAY NETWORKJoel Shannon, USA TODAY Published 3:21 a.m. ET Aug. 1, 2018

A 74-year-old man's eyes were gouged out during a Friday assault in Rochester, Minnesota, according to local media reports.

The victim was missing both eyes and multiple teeth when he was found by police, according to the PostBulletin. Mahad Aziz, an 18-year-old relative of the victim, was charged in connection with the assault, the publication reports.

Aziz used only his hands in the assault, the victim told police, reports KAAL TV. The victim's eyes have not been found.

"There are a lot of things that we don't know," Captain John Sherwin of the Rochester Police department told KTTC. The nature of the victim's injuries make it difficult to determine exactly what happened in the assault, he said.

Aziz was charged Monday with first-degree assault, according to the station. That's an unusual charge in the region because it requires the victim to have suffered a permanent, disabling injury, Sherwin told the station.

"You lose your eyes ... there's no replacement," Sherwin said.

Aziz was initially non-verbal and combative when police arrived at the scene, reports the PostBulletin. He was medically evaluated before being taken to jail.


WTF is going on in the "Land of 10,000 Lakes"?

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 Post subject: Re: Crime Forum
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2 white British guys with a car and a fancy dash cam get 2 poor black British lads chased by police, humiliated and arrested in Britain:



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I tossed my own little smartass comment into the posted YT. ;-)

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Massachusetts man arrested for threatening ICE agents on Twitter

Brandon Ziobrowski, 33, was arrested after allegedly tweeting that he would give $500 to anyone who kills an ICE agent.

by Tom Winter and Joe Valiquette / Aug.09.2018 / 11:36 AM ET

A Boston-area man has been arrested by federal agents in New York after threatening U.S. immigration agents on Twitter.

Brandon Ziobrowski, 33, of Cambridge, Massachusetts, was arrested Thursday morning after posting on Twitter in July that he would give $500 to anyone who would kill an Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agent.


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According to the indictment, Ziobrowski had previously tweeted his desire to "slit" Sen. John McCain's throat. Starting in February, he began to post tweets promoting violence against law enforcement.

In March he began tweeting threatening messages about ICE, according to the indictments.

On July 2, he tweeted: "I am broke but I will scrounge and literally give $500 to anyone who kills an ice agent. @me seriously who else can pledge get it on this let's make it work."

His Twitter account was suspended later that month at the request of law enforcement.

The case was developed by the Joint Terrorism Task Force in Boston, and Ziobrowksi was arrested in New York at 7:15 a.m.

"I can promise you that during my tenure this office will aggressively prosecute those who threaten law enforcement officers," said U.S. Attorney Andrew Lelling.

"Enough is enough," said Hank Shaw, special agent in charge of the FBI's Boston field office. "This case presents the violent potential faced by federal law enforcement officers."

He is expected to make his first appearance in federal court in Brooklyn on Thursday and will face a charge of using interstate commerce to transmit a threat to injure another.



Anyone want to guess on which end of the political spectrum this guy leans?


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Post Tweets that you do not like ICE = lawful free speech in the USA
Posting tweets soliciting for a hit man to murder someone....not lawful speech.

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Ziobrowski had a hearing today and was apparently released on $50,000 bail:

https://hotair.com/archives/2018/08/09/ ... ice-agents

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UPDATE: Brandon Ziobrowski has been released on $50,000 bond. He's been ordered to wear a GPS monitoring bracelet until he turns in his passport. He's due in federal court in Boston August 15. #wbz

5:20 PM - Aug 9, 2018


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For once camera is working.



But the lack of professionalism of police officers is obvious. :roll:

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Yep. They should have shot the Diddin do nuffin straight off.

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Smuggler, 81 Years Old, Is Nabbed at Border with $870,000 of Heroin

Drug 'cartels will try and manipulate anyone' to sneak drugs into the U.S. from Mexico, says San Diego CBP official

By Lucia I. Suarez Sang | Friday, August 10, 2018

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An 81-year-old woman was busted attempting to smuggle 92 pounds of heroin — valued at more than $870,000 — across the U.S.-Mexico border near San Diego, officials said.

A U.S. Customs and Border Protection detector dog at the Tecate border crossing reportedly alerted officers Wednesday to the driver-side rocker panel of a 2011 Chrysler 200 trying to enter the U.S. from Mexico at about 11:30 a.m.

In the side rocker panels, officers said they discovered 34 wrapped packages of heroin.

The woman, who authorities said is an American citizen but did not otherwise identify, was arrested and turned over to Homeland Security. CBP officers seized the vehicle.

San Diego Customs and Border Protection Director of Field Operations Pete Flores said in a statement that drug “cartels will try and manipulate anyone to smuggle their narcotics through the ports of entry.”

“CBP officers are aware of the many tactics used by the cartels and remain ever vigilant to stop anyone attempting to smuggle narcotics,” he added.




Wonder what happened here?:
---grandma slightly senile?
---grandma too gullible?
---Social Security check not going far enough?

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