Nail Gun’s Popping Noise Sparks Lock-in At Reynolds High School | Oregonlive.com

Nail-gun suicide prompted when thefts to pay IRS were discovered – The Denver Post

They saw no one but to be safe ordereda lock-in at 2:10 p.m. at the school, which was the scene of a campus shooting in June that left two students dead. During a lock-in, business continues as usual inside the buildings, but students don’t go outside. Just five minutes later, Watson said, police called to tell administrators they had found the source of the noise: A roofer had been using a nail gun on a house just east of the school. Administrations lifted the lock-in immediately.
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Two armed robbers walked into the salon and one of them fired a shot as soon as he made his way inside. The round was fired in the direction of children, it could have easily ricocheted and struck somebody, said Sgt. Manny Gutierrez of the Detroit Police Department. One woman was forced to draw the shades and fill up a backpack with everyones belongings. For whatever reason, these guys werent in much of a hurry since the video shows that the robbery took about eight minutes. These guys took their time, it seemed thought out, they were there a long time almost as if they had been in there possibly before, Gutierrez said. Detroit authorities are still looking for the suspects.
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Caught on camera: beauty salon in Detroit robbed at gun point, suspects on the loose | CW39 NewsFix

More >> Updated: Friday, January 16 2015 6:00 PM EST2015-01-16 23:00:32 GMT Police took this photo of about $10,000 worth of merchandise stuffed into a truck in late December. Shoplifting at the new Simpsonville Outlet Mall is such a problem, police want extra officers and tougher penalties. More >> Shoplifting at the new Simpsonville Outlet Mall is such a problem, police want extra officers and tougher penalties. More >> Updated: Friday, January 16 2015 10:11 PM EST2015-01-17 03:11:52 GMT The Grayson County Sheriff says he’s receiving five or six calls a day about the two teens and possible sightings. More >> The Grayson County Sheriff says he’s receiving five or six calls a day about the two teens and possible sightings. More >> Updated: Friday, January 16 2015 5:00 PM EST2015-01-16 22:00:53 GMT An 18-year-old Bullitt County man accused of killing a single mother of three made his first court appearance Friday morning. More >> An 18-year-old Bullitt County man accused of killing a single mother of three made his first court appearance Friday morning.
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“My own ego is so big I could not admit defeat.” A check of county and state records did not show any IRS liens filed against Talley or his company from that time forward. He filed for personal bankruptcy in May 2002, but records from that case were not immediately available. Talley said he chose suicide when his thefts were discovered by Title Resource Guarantee Company in Texas, for whom he sold title insurance policies. “I have ruined my reputation and rather than being in jail with no way for my family to provide for itself I have decided to take my life,” the note says.
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Cop’s body cam captures fatal encounter with suspect | New York Post

The released video, which is nearly 14 minutes long, shows until the point that Smith pulls his gun on the officer. Smith, hands deep in the pockets of his winter coat, replies, No, sir, Im just cold. Taking Smith at his word, Stewart quizzes him about the spat with his girlfriend, a three-minute segment of the video shows. The argument which started over unwashed dishes, according to the Arizona Republic left curtain rods, spilled nail polish and other debris strewn across the floor of the girlfriends apartment. Officer Tyler StewartPhoto: Flagstaff Police Department Smith blames the destruction on the couples mischievous dog. After hearing Smiths side of the story, Stewart asks, You mind if I just pat down your pockets real quick? You dont have anything in here? Smith says, No, this is my smokes, as Stewart runs his hand over the left pocket. When the unsuspecting officer moves toward the right pocket, Smith whips out a .22-caliber revolver and takes aim at Stewart.
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