2 sought in shooting, robbery at Papa John’s
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2 sought in shooting, robbery at Papa John’s. Pair may have robbed Motel 6 earlier this month. POSTED YESTERDAY, 10:56 PM UPDATED TODAY, 2:57 AM. SAN ANTONIO – Police are on the lookout for two men who shot a Papa John’s Pizza restaurant …
Man wounded in Northwest Side Papa John’s robbery mySanAntonio.com
Man arrested for Grand Rapids home invasionWZZM1414235 home invasion. Curtis Lee Hopkins (Photo: Kent Co. Jail). CONNECT 6 TWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE. GRAND RAPIDS (WZZM) — Grand Rapids Police have made an arrest in a home invasion last week. The i…
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Home invasion victim fights back, gets shot
Four people were arrested a short time after the home invasion and shooting in south Stockton following a police chase involving Stockton police units. The San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office said it was possible, but not yet confirmed the people …
Edison High wrestling coach shot in leg fighting off home-invasion robbers Stockton Record
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Boonton Township: Police Blotter, July 30, 2014NorthJersey.comBoonton Township Police conducted a traffic stop on Rockaway Drive on Tuesday, June 24 at about 10:30 p.m. Police spoke with the driver whom was identified as Scott Egbert, 50, of New York. …
Do you have any information regarding Leonard Williams, indicted in Sacramento on money laundering, real estate fraud and tax evasion?
– Missy, Sacramento
A federal jury in Sacramento on July 24 convicted Leonard E. Williams, 52, of conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud, and two counts of money laundering, according to a federal Department of Justice news release.
Evidence presented during a six-day trial indicated that from late 2006 into 2008, Williams conspired with others to carry out a mortgage fraud scheme in the Chico and Sacramento areas, using his companies Diamond Hill Financial and Bay Area Real Estate Holdings. The scheme resulted in issuance of more than $2 million in home loans, with most of the buyers eventually defaulting.
Williams and his co-conspirators assisted home buyers in securing loans with fraudulent loan applications that contained lies about the buyers’ employment, income, assets and intent to occupy the homes as a primary residence. In most cases, at Williams’ suggestion, the loan applications falsely stated that the buyers worked at Diamond Hill Financial, and Williams maintained the charade by confirming the false information when lenders called to verify it.
Federal authorities said Williams is the last of 14 defendants who have been convicted of mortgage fraud offenses in connection with this and related cases. Twelve of the defendants pleaded guilty, while the two defendants who went to trial – Williams and Kesha Haynie – were convicted by juries. Williams is to be sentenced Oct. 27.
Call The Bee’s Cathy Locke, (916) 321-5287.
NYPD’s Hate Crimes Task Force Investigates Anti-Muslim Leaflets in Brooklyn
NYPD’s Hate Crimes unit is investigating who put fliers with anti-Muslim rhetoric in some apartment buildings in Brooklyn. NY1′s Magee Hickey filed the following report. Ten-year-old Sanan Ansar showed us where the anti-Muslim leaflet was placed on the …
Hate Crime Cops Investigating Anti-Muslim Fliers Distributed In Bath Beach … Bensonhurstbean
Bad Neighbors Distributed Islamophobic Flyers in a Bensonhurst Apartment … New York Magazine
From incident reports at the Effingham County Sheriff’s Office:
July 13: A deputy answered a call about a dog that had bitten a boy on Old Louisville Road in the Guyton area. The deputy found two aggressive dogs.
While he was waiting for humane enforcement to arrive, a woman who was coming to his vehicle was bitten by one of the dogs. He scared the animals away and she went to get treatment for her injury.
Another woman said her child was bitten the day before. Four dogs were taken into custody.
July 13: A woman said her drunken boyfriend wanted her to drive him to the store but she refused because her license is suspended. She said he pushed her into the wall and left in the truck. Blue Jay Road in the Rincon area.
July 13: A couple who stay in a residence on the Webb’s Feed and Seed property argued. Both said they hit the other. A deputy could not determine the primary aggressor. They separated for the night.
July 15: A man who lives in a trailer on the Webb’s Feed and Seed property said someone stole $400 from his wallet as he slept. The money later turned up, stuffed between a bed frame and bench.
July 16: An owner and two employees argued at Webb’s Feed and Seed on Stillwell Road in the Springfield area. A deputy said the stories were conflicting and hard to understand.
An employee was accused of stealing chickens and dog food. An owner was accused of throwing an employee to the ground and calling him a vile name.
July 17: A resident of Frontage Road in the Rincon area said a Lincoln sedan was in his front yard. The driver appeared unconscious and unresponsive. The vehicle was running and in reverse gear. The driver was arrested for drunken driving.
July 18: A $300 window was broken on a new house being built on Blackwater Way in the Rincon area.
July 18: A resident of Longbridge Road in the Springfield area said her BB&T debit card was used to buy furniture at a Best Value Furniture store in Alpharetta. The charges were for $1,300 and $1,330.
Someone at the store said the furniture had not been delivered. The store agreed to work with local police to try to find who used the card illegally.
July 18: A woman said as she was packing to leave her boyfriend, he beat her head on the steps of the trailer and scratched her neck. Springfield Road in the Clyo area.
July 18: A resident of Sandyhill Road in the Bloomingdale area said she was sitting in her car, a 1998 Ford Taurus, when a tow truck came to repossess it. She said they damaged the car when they towed it to the road.
July 18: A stop sign was down on Road Atlanta and Lemons Drive in the Bloomingdale area. It had been pulled from the ground.
July 18: A couple argued on Shearouse Road in the Guyton area. The man said the woman struck him and left as deputies arrived. She later was arrested for simple battery and driving without a license.
July 18: A resident of a trailer on Goshen Road said she wants her boyfriend to move out because he becomes violent when he drinks. The man said she cheated on him when he was in the hospital. He said he would stay at a neighbor’s house until he sobers up and would then move.
July 18: A deputy stopped a vehicle with a burned-out headlight on Wallace Drive at Standard Lane. The driver was arrested for having a suspended license.
July 19: A drunken youth was arrested for purchasing alcohol under the age of 21 and for pedestrian under the influence of alcohol. Railroad Avenue in the Clyo area.
From incident reports at the Rincon Police Department:
July 13: An officer was running radar on Long Street and Ga. 21 N., across from the Texaco Station. He stopped a car for going 86 mph in a 45 mph zone. The driver said he was going to Walmart. He was arrested for speeding, reckless driving and driving without a license. The car was towed.
July 14: A purple and gold bicycle that’s owned by a Vikings fan was stolen from the Rincon library, where it was chained to a bike rack.
An officer found the bicycle nearby, on Savannah Avenue. The officer said he was familiar with a man who was standing near the bike, saying he had dealt with him “on many occasions to include shoplifting at Walmart.”
At first, the man said the bike was there when he got home. The officer said it didn’t get there on its own and asked again how it got there. The man eventually admitted stealing the bike because he didn’t want to walk home. He was arrested for theft by taking.
July 15: A man said he left his wallet in the Dairy Queen. He said it contained his weapons permit, driver’s license and firefighter ID. It also had a digital key for fire station three. Towne Park Drive.
July 18: A Rincon woman said her former boyfriend assaulted her when she confronted him about the use of cocaine in her apartment. She said he bit her on the leg, pushed her to the ground and choked her until she nearly passed out.
Previously, she said he back-handed her so hard that her tooth went through her lip. Another time, she said he wrapped the cord to an iron around her neck and tried to choke her until she was unconscious.
July 19: An officer stopped a van for having no tail lights on W. Ninth Street. The driver was warned for the tail lights and cited for no insurance. The vehicle was towed.
July 19: A man said his brother-in-law told him on Facebook to not come around anymore, and if he did, he would “put two to his dome,” which he said is street slang meaning he would shoot him in the head twice.
The man said he was going to Metter the next day and would be near the brother-in-law. Police in Metter were notified about the situation. Walnut Way.
July 19: An unknown caller reported a black pickup truck driving recklessly on Ga. 21. An officer stopped the driver and arrested him for drunken driving, open container and possession of liquid steroids.
He told the officer that he had played in a softball tournament and that he’d “only had about eight beers.”
To read more incident reports, go to www.effinghamnow.com.