Group Working To Build Homeless Shelter In Mt. Carmel, Il Needs – 14news, The Tri-state’s News & Weather Leader

Outlaw policing for profit in Ga. | The Citizen

Nail by nail, the Safe Haven team is working every day to build the emergency shelter, and it’s always with one goal in mind – to help women and children move from a life on the streets to a stable life in a home. “A lot of children are raised without the knowledge of God, without hope and without love, and if you don’t have these things, you don’t have a chance in life,” Laura Leathers with Safe Haven says. Once complete, women who stay there will have their own room and bathroom. They’ll get help finding a job and will be involved with church. Those battling addiction will be a part of a sobering program called “Life Recovery,” which is something meth survivor Stephanie Umfleet knows all about. “I can relate to that,” Umfleet says.
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Police name child victims in fatal Tabernacle shooting | 6abc.com

Investigators say the incident was reported at 9:16 a.m. that day. At a press conference Friday, Captain Geoffrey Nobel said, “Yesterday when we provided a press briefing we identified the four victims of the tragic shooting … Today we’d like to update that: There are three victims who were shot, and one suspect who was shot.” According to investigators, all of the victims were found shot in the same bed in the mother’s upstairs bedroom. 8-year-old Nadia Harriman and 14-year-old Nicholas Harriman were dead when police arrived on the scene. 11-year-old Alexander Harriman and LePage were rushed to Cooper University Hospital in Camden. Alexander remains in extremely critical condition.
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At a press conference Friday, Captain Geoffrey Nobel said, “Yesterday when we provided a press briefing we identified the four victims of the tragic shooting … Today we’d like to update that: There are three victims who were shot, and one suspect who was shot.” Investigators say the incident was reported at 9:16 a.m. Thursday at a home inside a subdivision on Holly Park Drive. According to investigators, all of the victims were found shot in the same bed in the mother’s upstairs bedroom. 8-year-old Nadia Harriman and 14-year-old Nicholas Harriman were dead when police arrived on the scene. 11-year-old Alexander Harriman and the mother of the children, 44-year-old Jeaninne LePage, were still alive, and rushed to Cooper University Hospital in Camden where they remain in critical condition. Police say they believe LePage shot her children and then turned the gun on herself, using a pillow to muffle the sound of the shots.
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Police: Mother who shot 3 children in New Jersey dies | abc7.com

The girlfriends furniture and vehicles were seized in 2013 and sold at a sheriffs sale after her female roommate was convicted. The countys report still shows no record of seized vehicles, but shows a TV stand and dining room and bedroom furniture were sold. The list goes on.
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