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'Brazen': Police say teens, young adults behind theft of rental cars at Philadelphia International Airport - fox29.com
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'Brazen': Police say teens, young adults behind theft of rental cars at Philadelphia International Airport
PHILADELPHIA - Authorities are searching for a group of young men who they say have stolen several rental cars off the lots of major car rental companies at Philadelphia International Airport. Investigators say the pattern of thefts began in January, when groups of two-to-six people would sneak onto the rental car lots that are often protected by fences, gates, or barriers. Police believe the suspects have several methods of stealing the rental cars, including simply using the keys that were left inside the vehicles by some of the car rental companies.Investigators are looking into a series of thefts and robberies from car rental companies located near the airport.When the rental companies enhanced their security due to the thefts, police say the group resorted to threatening the parking lot attendant at gunpoint to open the exit gate. MORE LOCAL HEADLINESA video shared by the Philadelphia Police Department shows several vehicles lined up at the exit booth, when the driver of the first vehicle demands the gate to be opened at gunpoint.Authorities are searching for a group of young men who they say have stolen several rental cars off the lots of major car rental companies at Philadelphia International Airport. Four vehicles are seen on video driving through the open gate. Police estimate the suspects to be between 16 and 22-years-old, often wearing dark clothing and face masks.Frank Vanore Deputy Commissioner of Investigations with the Philadelphia Police Department held a briefing Friday and explained, "There’ve been 17 of the 23 that they’ve gotten away with recovered in Southwest Philadelphia area.
Robert Moses - New York smoke forces ground stop, delay at LaGuardia and Newark airports - fox29.com - New York - Usa - state New Jersey - county Queens - county Liberty - city Newark, county Liberty
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New York smoke forces ground stop, delay at LaGuardia and Newark airports
NEW YORK CITY - The Federal Aviation Administration has issued a ground stop at LaGuardia Airport in Queens and a ground delay at Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey.Winds have blown smoke from unchecked Canadian wildfires into the region, which led the DEC to issue an Air Quality Health Advisory for all five boroughs.FOX 5 NY's Antwan Lewis has the storyCanada is dealing with a series of intense wildfires that have spread from the western provinces to Quebec, with hundreds of forest fires burning. The smoke has traveled into the United States, resulting in a number of air quality alerts issued since May.Wildfire smoke is a complex mixture of gases, particles, and water vapor that contains multiple pollutants that can get into the lungs and bloodstream. There is no evidence of a safe level of exposure to some of the pollutants, meaning that smoke can impact your health even at very low levels. Inhaling smoke from wildfires can cause headaches, sore and watery eyes, nose, throat, and sinus irritation, chest pains, heart palpitations and more. Exposure to elevated fine particle pollution levels can affect the lungs and heart.The air quality alerts caution "sensitive groups," a big category that includes children, older adults, and people with lung diseases, such as asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.FOX 5 NY's Robert Moses has the story.Kids, who often are encouraged to go out and play, "are more susceptible to smoke for a number of reasons," said Laura Kate Bender, the lung association's National Assistant Vice President, healthy air.
Nicholas Elizalde - Mother of teen gunned down on SEPTA bus remembers her son as 'special boy' - fox29.com - city Germantown
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Mother of teen gunned down on SEPTA bus remembers her son as 'special boy'
PHILADELPHIA - The heartbroken mother of a baby-faced Philadelphia teen who was gunned down while riding home on a SEPTA bus earlier this week remembers her son as a "special boy" who was loved by many.Randy Mills, 15, was shot and killed aboard a Route 23 SEPTA bus late Wednesday night near the 5200 block of Germantown Avenue, according to police. The shooting, which was captured on a bus surveillance cameras, shows a person in wearing a mask and dark hooded sweatshirt confront Mills just before he's shot in the chest.The shooter fled the bus before police arrived. Responding officers rushed Mills to Albert Einstein Hospital where he died shortly after his arrival. MORE LOCAL HEADLINE"I got a call saying we believe Randy got shot, I said ‘huh?!’, of course I was shocked," Kesha Langford said. She recalled the final conversation that she had with her son, a student at Roxborough High School. "He said ‘I love you’ and ‘I’ll be home early’ and ‘what are you cooking?’," Kesha said. Roxborough High School is a community still reeling from an ambush shooting that killed 14-year-old Nicholas Elizalde and wounded four others last fall.Police are also searching for a person of interest who Langford believes was captured on bus surveillance footage rifling through Randy's dying bodying.Philadelphia police have released surveillance video from a SEPTA bus where a young man was fatally shot. "I was my son's hand move as if he was trying to say ‘get off me!’," Kesha said.
Video: Suspect, person of interest sought in fatal shooting on SEPTA bus, police say - fox29.com - city Philadelphia - city Germantown
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Video: Suspect, person of interest sought in fatal shooting on SEPTA bus, police say
PHILADELPHIA - The Philadelphia Police Department is asking for the public's help to identify a shooter and a person of interest in connection with a fatal shooting on a SEPTA bus in Philadelphia. The shooting took place on Wednesday night inside a bus on the 5200 block of Germantown Avenue, police say. According to investigators, a confrontation between the suspect and a young man broke out on the bus before shots were fired. Officials say responding officers found the victim on the floor of the bus bleeding from a gunshot wound to the chest. The victim was rushed to Einstein Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.  Related According to investigators, eight passengers were on the bus at the time of the shooting.The City of Philadelphia is offering a $20,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the suspect. Authorities say police are also searching for a person of interest in relation to the investigation. RELATED: Ski masks banned from SEPTA property, Transit Police Chief says: 'You will be engaged by police'Police released surveillance video of the shooting on Friday in an effort to get information on the suspect and person of interest or information from potential witnesses. Anyone with information is urged to contact Philadelphia police at 215-686-8477. A man was shot and killed on a SEPTA bus in Germantown, police say.
Lori Vallow - Idaho murders suspect Bryan Kohberger arraignment: What to expect - fox29.com - county Bryan - state Idaho - city Boise - city Moscow, state Idaho
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Idaho murders suspect Bryan Kohberger arraignment: What to expect
MOSCOW, Idaho - Bryan Kohberger, the 28-year-old criminology buff accused of ambushing sleeping college students with a large knife in November, is expected to be arraigned Monday morning on murder and other charges.And if he finally enters a plea, it would trigger a countdown – giving prosecutors two months to officially announce that they are seeking the death penalty in connection with the ambush slayings of Kaylee Goncalves and Madison Mogen, both 21, as well as Xana Kernodle and Ethan Chapin, 20."Upon entry of plea, the most morbid of all clocks starts ticking – the prosecuting attorney has 60 days to file, in writing, a notice of intent to seek the death penalty," said Edwina Elcox, a prominent Boise-based defense attorney who previously represented "cult mom" Lori Vallow.There are several potential outcomes – although experts say surprises are always possible:Ethan Chapin, 20, Xana Kernodle, 20, Madison Mogen, 21, and Kaylee Goncalves, 21, along with the women's two other roommates in Kaylee Goncalves' final Instagram post, shared the day before the slayings. (@kayleegoncalves/Instagram) Possible scenarios in court Monday:A guilty plea would be highly unlikely given Kohberger's defense team just added the high-powered Elisa Massoth, according to Elcox.Massoth once attended the same college as the four victims, is certified to defend death penalty cases and boasts of being "one of the top criminal defense lawyers in Idaho."One of her previous cases includes the overturning of a conviction for a man accused of attempted murder and kidnapping.
Suspect sought in shooting at shopping center ATM near Roosevelt Boulevard - fox29.com - city Philadelphia
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Suspect sought in shooting at shopping center ATM near Roosevelt Boulevard
PHILADELPHIA - Authorities in Philadelphia are trying to identify a masked man who they believe was involved in a shooting at a parking lot ATM. The Philadelphia Police Department on Friday shared pictures of the masked suspect, dressed entirely in black with gray sneakers. Authorities believe the unidentified suspect is white or Hispanic and may have a tattoo on his left hand, according to the surveillance pictures. Police were called to the Roosevelt Plaza Shopping Center on 6500 Roosevelt Boulevard Wednesday night for reports of a shooting. Officer from the Philadelphia Police Department found a 53-year-old man suffering from a gunshot wounds to the chest and leg lying next to his car. The victim, who has not been publicly identified, was taken to Jefferson-Torresdale Hospital where he was admitted in critical condition. Investigators say Wednesday night's shooting was the third violent incident that happened at the ATM.MORE LOCAL HEADLINESHours before the shooting, police responded to the shopping center parking lot after a man who was using the ATM was carjacked at gunpoint by someone who got out of a suspected stolen car.Police say last Friday a 20-year-old man who was using the ATM to deposit a check to use for rent was assaulted, robbed and carjacked by two men in ski masks. Investigators suspect all three incidents may have been carried out by the same person or group, but they have not been able to confirm that theory. 
Justice Neil Gorsuch - Supreme Court Justice Gorsuch: COVID emergency orders are among `greatest intrusions on civil liberties' - fox29.com - Usa - Washington - state Colorado
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Supreme Court Justice Gorsuch: COVID emergency orders are among `greatest intrusions on civil liberties'
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Supreme Court got rid of a pandemic-related immigration case with a single sentence.Justice Neil Gorsuch had a lot more to say, leveling harsh criticism of how governments, from small towns to the nation's capital, responded to the gravest public health threat in a century.The justice, a 55-year-old conservative who was President Donald Trump's first Supreme Court nominee, called emergency measures taken during the COVID-19 crisis that killed more than 1 million Americans perhaps "the greatest intrusions on civil liberties in the peacetime history of this country."He pointed to orders closing schools, restricting church services, mandating vaccines and prohibiting evictions. His broadside was aimed at local, state and federal officials — even his colleagues."Executive officials across the country issued emergency decrees on a breathtaking scale," Gorsuch wrote in an eight-page statement Thursday that accompanied an expected Supreme Court order formally dismissing a case involving the use of the Title 42 policy to prevent asylum seekers from entering the United States.The policy was ended last week with the expiration of the public health emergency first declared more than three years ago because of the coronavirus pandemic.From the start of his Supreme Court tenure in 2017, Gorsuch, a Colorado native who loves to ski and bicycle, has been more willing than most justices to part company with his colleagues, both left and right.He has mainly voted with the other conservatives in his six years as a justice, joining the majority that overturned Roe v.
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