JACKSONVILLE, FL - A shooting at a Florida gas station left a woman in the hospital Monday night.
Responding deputies from the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office found the victim at about 10:30 Monday night with a gunshot wound to her shoulder, according to WJXT. Investigators described her injury as non-lifethreatening.
The woman reportedly told deputies she agreed to perform a sexual act with a man in exchange for
Pringles potato chips and $5.
When the deed was done, he asked for his $5 back and shot the woman, deputies said.
He fled the scene and investigators did not get his description.
The woman is in the hospital recovering.
Anyone with any information on Jamiah's whereabouts is asked to contact Southwest Detective Division at 215-686-3183 or 911.
The Philadelphia Police Department is seeking the public's help in locating a missing 11-year-old girl.
According to the Department, Jamiah Buck was last seen at 8:30 p.m. Sunday on the 300 block of Cobbs Creek Parkway.
She is described as 5'3, 205 pounds, light brown complexion, heavy build, brown eyes, and black curly hair. She has a mole under her right eye and a nose ring.
Jamiah was last seen wearing a black leather jacket and light blue jeans.
As of this time, police have released one photo of the missing girl, which has a Snapchat filter on it.
A 21-year-old man wanted for killing five people, including his girlfriend and parents, was captured after an intense manhunt that spanned several states, authorities in Louisiana announced Sunday.
Deputies arrested Dakota Theriot when he pulled up to his grandmother’s house near Richmond, in Virgina, Sunday morning, Richmond County Sheriff Stephan B. Smith told The Associated Press. The grandmother had asked deputies to check on the house to see if it was safe to return after spending the night in a hotel. She checked into the hotel fearful her grandson would show up.
Smith said Theriot had a gun on him but he dropped it and was taken into custody without incident.
"He will be transported back to Ascension Parish at a later date and booked on two counts of first-degree murder, home invasion, and illegal use of weapons," Ascension Parish Sheriff Bobby Webre said.
Pollice officers are under constant stress and strain of the job. From seeing death, famine and poverty, to nearly being killed some days. Shift work doesn’t allow officers to have much free time and most free time we find ourselves in court. There’s no question that police officers stress levels are at an all time high.
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Chicago police are looking to charge two suspects seen threatening to shoot and kill officers in multiple videos posted to social media.
Police advocate group Chicago Code BLUErecently posted three videos to social media showing two men flashing guns and using threatening language when referring to a Chicago police officer driving in the car next to them while a woman sits in the passenger seat.
The above individuals are wanted for question in the viral video posted by the teens.
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