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October 10, 2016
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These Are The Four Officers Murdered In The Past Four Days
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I like dogs. I feel bad for this dog, but his was the fault of the owners who let a pitbull out of their apartment on 2 cops. I've seen the damage they can do , the cop didnt take a chance of getting chewed up.-APN
EXCLUSIVE: Cop charged for gunning down pit bull in Bronx apartment building (WARNING: GRAPHIC VIDEO)
Police have taken into custody the man who fatally shot two officers and wounded another in Palm Springs, California.
The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department said on Twitter early Sunday morning that the “suspect has been taken into custody.”
Police have not released the suspect’s identity. No further information was immediately available.
Palm Springs police Chief Bryan Reyes said two officers trying to resolve a family dispute were killed Saturday when a man they had been speaking with suddenly pulled out a gun and opened fire. A third officer was wounded and remained hospitalized.
The chief identified the slain officers as Jose “Gil” Gilbert Vega and Lesley Zerebny.
Twenty-seven-year-old Zerebny had been with the department for about 18 months and only recently returned from maternity leave after giving birth to a now-4-month-old daughter. Vega was a 35-year veteran who planned to retire in December.
PALM SPRINGS, Calif. — Two Palm Springs police officers trying to resolve a family dispute were shot to death Saturday when a man they had been speaking calmly with suddenly pulled out a gun and opened fire on them, the city’s police chief told reporters.
A third officer was wounded. The shooter was not immediately apprehended.
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Forty years ago, the body of a teenage girl was removed from a school playground in Bayside, Queens. Leslie Zaret, a popular student in a Flushing school, had been stripped naked and strangled. Police pushed the investigation, but after some promising leads, the case went cold. Now the NYPD is trying to jump-start the investigation. Retired detective Mark Valencia talks on Aug. 15, 2014, about his involvement in the case. (Credit: Newsday / Chris Ware)
Forty years ago, residents of Bayside, Queens, watched in horror as police removed the body of a teenage girl from a school playground.
On a summer morning, a custodian at PS 203 on Springfield Boulevard discovered 17-year-old Leslie Zaret's body. Zaret, a popular student at John Bowne High School in Flushing, had been stripped naked and strangled. Her clothes -- blue blouse and pants, and platform shoes -- were piled nearby.
As community pressure mounted to find the killer, police pushed the investigation. But after some promising leads and information about a number of persons of interest -- including a man who lived on Long Island -- the case went cold.
Now the NYPD is trying to jump-start the investigation, led by three-star chief Joanne Jaffe, for whom the case resonates. She was growing up in Bayside when the killing occurred.
Jaffe, 16 at the time, recalls being frightened by the discovery of the body. "I remember the community being so overwhelmed," she said.
Two police officers are dead and one is wounded after a shooting in Palm Springs on Saturday, according to a source familiar with the incident.
Dozens of law enforcement officers are involved in a search for the shooter or shooters in the area of Cypress and Del Lago roads in Palm Springs. Police are encouraging residents in the area to stay indoors while they conduct an investigation.
At 3:15 p.m., multiple officers in tactical gear were maintaining defensive positions behind a four-foot concrete wall as if a shooter were still on scene. Several other officers stood close by an armored vehicle parked on Cypress Road a block south of Francis Road.
Witnesses said they heard between 10 and 20 gunshots from what sounded like machine guns. Over a dozen patrol cars, three fire engines and a SWAT truck were at the scene of the incident at 2 p.m. Palm Springs police and San Jacinto police were on scene.
BREAKING: Palm Springs police officers 'shot dead in machine gun rampage'
Scores of officers are on the look out for the shooter after officers were called to a “domestic dispute”.
A SWAT truck and fire engines rushed to offer assistance alongside more than a dozen police cars following the attack at 2pm local time (22:00 GMT).
The condition of the officers, who are believed to have been rushed to a nearby hospital, are yet to be confirmed.
However local reports have claimed that two officers have died of their wounds.
Witnesses described the chilling sounds of the incident, with locals hearing 10 to 20 rounds of bullets in what sounded like machine gun fire.
Three Palm Springs police officers were shot Saturday, prompting a massive manhunt for suspects.
Palm Springs police have not released details on the officers’ conditions. But one law enforcement source told The Times that two of the officers were gravely injured and at least one might not survive. Families were being rushed to the hospital, the source said.
Officials said they were dealing with “an active scene” but provided few additional details. Police said the active scene was unfolding near the corner of Racquet Club Road and Sunrise Way.
Sergeant William Hutchinson said said someone opened fire on officers who were responding to a family disturbance call.
Three Palm Springs police officers were shot about 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8, following an officer-involved shooting, police said, and as of Saturday afternoon the scene remained active.
The shooting took place near the intersection of Cypress and Del Lago roads in Palm Springs, per KMIR.
Officers responded to reports of a family disturbance and were met with gunfire originating from a nearby home, said Palm Springs Police Department Sgt. William Hutchinson.
Hutchinson said the man suspected of opening fire was still at large and it was not known whether he was in the home officers responded to, or elsewhere.
Bill Buxton, a 56-year-old Palm Springs native, was sitting on his porch at about 1 p.m. when authorities began responding to the shooting.
"All of a sudden, all hell broke loose," said Buxton, who lives just north of the neighborhood where the shooting occurred. "Every siren you can imagine, for 30 minutes straight. ... This doesn't happen here."
All three officers were taken to the hospital in unknown condition.Shortly before 4 p.m. it wasn't clear what the officers' conditions were.
Dozens of law enforcement personnel responded to the scene from multiple agencies including the Hemet Police Department and the Riverside County Sheriff's Department.
Three Hemet police officers and a rescue vehicle have been sent to assist in a Palm Springs emergency situation, said Hemet police Sgt. Glen Brock. He could not comment on the specifics of the emergency.
Authorities from several agencies have blocked streets near Francis Dr. And Bahada Road. No word on exactly where the shooting took place. pic.twitter.com/JBj78fddop
— Patrick O'Neill (@PE_PatrickO) October 8, 2016Palm Spring Police
ST. LOUIS — A Missouri teen has been charged with murder and armed criminal action after an early morning shootout left a St. Louis County police officer deadand the suspect injured, officials said today.
Police say 33-year-old Blake Snyder was shot almost immediately after he arrived at the scene of a reported disturbance around 5 a.m. He died soon after.
Officials said another officer immediately fired at Trenton Forster, 18, hitting him several times. Forster is in critical but stable condition at a local hospital, said St. Louis County Prosecutor Robert McCulloch at a press conference Thursday.
Forster will be held on $1 million bail, McCulloch said, adding that more charges could be filed.
Ofc. Snyder had a wife and 2-year-old son, according to St. Louis County Police Department Chief Jon Belmar.
This is the first line-of-duty death in the St. Louis County Police Department since October 31, 2000, when Sergeant Richard Weinhold was killed.
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