Brandon Elliot faces hate crime charges in the latest attack, He was already on lifetime parole for fatally stabbing his mother, according to police said.
Brandon Elliot, who has been charged with a hate crime was also out on probation for killing his mom. He was freed from prison in November 2019, according to police. No other details about the murder were released.
Video appeared to show that as the assault continued, at least three people in the lobby of a luxury apartment stood by and watched. One of them closed the door as the assailant walked away and left the woman on the ground, the video showed.
"The victim sustained a serious physical injury and was removed by EMS to NYU Langone Hospital," police said in a statement. She was discharged Tuesday.
Early Tuesday, the Brodsky Organization, which manages the luxury apartments, said the company suspended the apartment building staff members who witnessed the attack and appeared not to come to the woman's aid.
The company said that "the staff who witnessed the attack have been suspended pending an investigation in conjunction with their union." It was working to identify a "third-party vendor present during the incident so that appropriate action can be taken," according to the statement.
Officials decried the attack and had strong words for the witnesses who appeared to watch the attack without trying to stop it.
slap in the face? op killer, 56, who shot dead a father-of-four NYPD officer during a 1981 robbery in Queens now sits on advisory panel helping to reform the police in New York state
In the world of things that are odd in 2021, this one absolutely has taken the Nobel prize for one of the most ridiculous things to happen to date. Richard Rivera murdered off-duty officer and dad-of-four Robert Walsh in 1981 — sits on a panel for Ithaca and Tompkins County as part of its “Reimagining Public Safety Collaborative.’’
One of the murdered officers sons spoke out and stated he was disgusted that such a person was sitting on the advisory board.
At the time of the murder Riviera was 16 years old. He and four other teens carrying guns and mask went into a grill bar just after midnight January 12, 1981 looking to rob the place. Officer Walsh, a 36-year-old highly decorated cop with 12 years on the force, was inside wearing a cowboy hat hanging out after his shift.
Moments later a gruesome event unfolded. The officer identified himself as a cop and reached for his gun to halt the robbery. Rivera shot him in the shoulder and then walked over to him as he laid on the ground wounded. Revere than pressed his gun to the cops head and shot him.
Is this change? Or is this the highest form I've disrespect to our Law Enforcement officers?
28-year-old Anne Catherine Akers is charged with one count of attempted second-degree murder, one count of first-degree assault, and one count of first-degree child abuse. On March 27, 2021, Akers and her 3-year-old daughter were both found with lacerations to their necks at their Maryland home. (Image: Montgomery County Police Department
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Md. Montgomery county police officers have saved the life of a three year old girl after her mother allegedly attempted to kill her. A relative of the child dialed 911 after seeing blood on the floor upon arriving at the child's place of residence. When the police responded to the scene they found the 28-year-old mother, Anne Catherine Akers and the three year old daughter with lacerations to their necks. Officers were able to locate a pair of scissors on the floor along with blood at the location.
Akers was on a bedroom floor suffering from a laceration to her neck. When they removed the blanket she was holding, they discovered her 3-year-old daughter, who had a life-threatening laceration to her neck.
Officers immediately began life-saving measures. The child was then flown to a hospital via a helicopter.
Akers is charged with one count of attempted second-degree murder, one count of first-degree assault, and one count of first-degree child abuse. She is being held without bond at the Central Processing Unit. Her bond review is on Monday at 1:00 p.m. at the Rockville District Court.
Oklahoma City, OK – An Oklahoma County Detention Center inmate attacked a correctional officer and took him hostage on Saturday. It lead to a deadly standoff with police inside the facility while Other inmates used a cell phone to livestream the mayhem to Facebook, according to KWTV.
The Attack occurred while the officer was giving out medication on the 10th floor right before 4:30 PM. The 10th floor is where most of the difficult to manage inmates are held. One of the inmates stole the officers keys and radio and tied him up during the attack. The inmate who stole the keys then began releasing other inmates who were locked up. The video showed a prisoner in a striped jail jumpsuit as he stood next to the injured correctional officer, who was on his knees.
The attacker and other inmates appeared to be yelling back and forth over the edge of the balcony with detention center employees below. The area was littered with debris.
“Oklahoma Count jail, y’all,” the prisoner behind the camera proclaimed. “This s—t real. It ain’t nothing against the CO, man…It ain’t got nothin’ to do with this CO, he just so happened to be a part of the situation, man.”
He went on to complain about the lack of mirrors in the jail before aiming the camera at a toilet filled with toilet paper.
Oklahoma County Sheriff Tommie Johnson said the deputies and officers tried to deescalate the situation, but that the inmate had the correctional officer in a “hostage position” and was holding an object against his neck, The Oklahoman reported.
Investigators said the prisoner was armed with a “shank,” according to KWTV.
They ultimately shot the inmate, killing him, Sheriff Johnson told The Oklahoman.
The extent of the correctional officer’s injuries was not released on Saturday night, but he was able to walk out of the facility on his own before being transported to a local hospital, Williams told The Oklahoman.
It is unclear how many other inmates were involved in the hostage situation, KWTV reported.
The OCPD is leading the ongoing investigation into the incident, according to Oklahoma City Police Chief Wade Gourley.
A BPD officer seen in a viral video playing basketball with kids using a trashcan has partnered with "the basketball cop foundation" to bring them a full size HOOP.
It is no easy task being a law enforcement officer today. Over the course of a few years there have been several enormous roadblocks in the profession that have altered the publics view of law-enforcement, but it is always good to see our police making an impactful change within their communities.
Baltimore, MD- Baltimore Police Officer Parker recently uploaded a video to his social media account showing him playing basketball with kids in the neighborhood. Now that is something that is normally done in our law-enforcement profession, but it just fails to get the attention of the media. The interesting thing about the video isn't that the officer was playing basketball, but rather how the officer stumbled upon the call.
The Officer commented on his social media account stating.
Everyday I get this call about kids disturbing the neighborhood with a loud basketball and a trash can. I got there only to see kids not doing anything wrong, not harming anybody. All they have is a basketball and a trashcan and I couldn't imagine having only that and the police come to take that away.
We have pasted the link to the video on his original page
The video was up less than 24 hours before it garnished over 200,000 views on his personal account. The officer stated that no more than 30 minutes after he posted it, he was contacted by an organization called "The Basketball Cop Foundation". The officer stated that after speaking with the CEO of the foundation that they would be willing to send a full-size basketball hoop to him in order to set up and deliver to the kids.
Links to thier social Media accounts below
Joe Biden called for immediate gun reform yesterday after the deaths of 10 people in a supermarket shooting in Boulder, Colorado. It came 10 days after a mass shooting in Atlanta. The president urged Congress to close loopholes in background checks, and he reiterated calls for a ban on assault weapons.
The Senate majority leader, Chuck Schumer, pledged to bring forward two House-passed bills to expand background checks for gun buyers, but it’s unclear whether they will pass in a divided Senate.
The suspect, named yesterday as 21-year-old Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa, is thought to have purchased an assault weapon less than a week before the attack. Ten days earlier a judge blocked a ban on assault rifles passed by Boulder in 2018.
I don’t need to wait another minute, let alone an hour to take common sense steps that will save the lives in the future,” Biden said at the White House.
The massacre in Boulder, Colo., which occurred less than a week after another mass shooting in Georgia, reignited the debate in Washington over how best to root out gun violence in the U.S. Several Democratic efforts in recent years to pass firearm restrictions have fallen short in the face of Republican opposition, though the GOP has backed some more modest reform measures.
Boulder police identified Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa, 21, as a suspect in the Colorado shooting, which left 10 people dead. He was arrested Monday afternoon at King Soopers grocery store and has been charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder, officials said.
“I want to say to the community, I am so sorry this incident happened,” Boulder Police Chief Maris Herold said at a news conference Tuesday morning. “We are going to do everything in our power to make sure this suspect has a thorough trial and we do a thorough investigation.”
Washington, Mandatory Gun buybacks have been in the works, and its now gaining traction in the house. Vice President Kamala Harris – want mandatory gun buybacks and have said they support seizing so-called “assault weapons.”
President Joe Biden has called for voluntary gun buyback programs and forcing weapons owners to register “assault weapons” under the National Firearms Act, FOX News reported.
Vice President Harris has said she would support mandatory gun buybacks that would force Americans to surrender certain weapons in exchange for money, Bloomberg reported.
“I think it’s a good idea,” she said when asked about mandatory buybacks.
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, Deputy Chief of Staff Jennifer O’Malley Dillon, and Cedric Richmond, director of the Office of Public Engagement, all said before they were hired that they supported forcing U.S. citizens to surrender some firearms, FOX News reported.
“That’s something I would not rule out. These are weapons of mass destruction,” Richmond said in 2019 when he was asked about mandatory buybacks.
He was a congressman from Louisiana at the time he made the remarks, according to FOX News.
“So if it is a buyback, then I’m all for it,” Richmond explained. “If it’s a mandatory buyback, I think then you may run into some complications, but the thought of it does not offend me, and it sounds like something I could support.”
The White House press secretary jumped on board the Beto O’Rourke gun confiscation train during the campaign, FOX News reported.
“Hell yes, we are going to take your AR-15, AK-47,” O’Rourke said during one of the Democratic presidential debates.
Then-Presidential candidate O’Rourke also pledged to send police door-to-door to confiscate guns.
Boulder, CO - Officer Eric Talley was shot and killed in the line of duty during a mass shooting incident that was located at a king Soopers grocery store Monday afternoon
The 51 year old officer arrived at the scene first after 911 received reports of shots fired and someone carrying a rifle.
“Alright, it looks like we have an active shooter,” the dispatcher told officers over the radio.
Multiple calls hit the 911 Dispatch Center stating that business owners and shoppers were trapped inside the store and trying to hide. Multiple shots continue to ring out inside the location as the active shooter progressed into the afternoon.
“I’ve got another party down just inside the doors,” an officer alerted at 2:37 p.m. “The shooter is inside. He just shot at us twice.”
One minute later, another officer radioed that there was an “officer down” inside the store, leading to a “gunfight” between the shooter and police, according to the radio traffic recordings.
“Multiple shots being fired at us…We’re taking multiple rounds,” one officer told dispatch. “So far, potentially one gunman, armed with a long gun, potentially near the back of the store.”
One officer said the gunman was wearing a tactical vest.
Police continued to notify dispatch about additional victims and said that some people would need to be airlifted.
As Officer Talley’s fellow officers tried to reach him, they also expressed concerns the shooter was using him as part of an ambush, according to radio traffic.
“I need to push in to that officer. He’s about 30 yards inside the store, down. We cannot get to him,” an officer said at 3:05 p.m. “We have no known location of the shooter. We think he might be setting up an ambush.”
Additional officers made contact with the gunman at 3:20 p.m.
The alleged gunman has been identified as 21-year-old Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa.
The shooter suffered a “through-and-through” gunshot wound to the leg during the incident and is currently recovering at a local hospital, officials said during the press conference on Tuesday morning.
He was the only person shot during the incident who survived, according to police.
He will be booked into the Boulder County jail on 10 counts of first-degree murder as soon as he is released from the hospital.
Chief Herold said the investigation into the mass shooting will take at least five days to complete.
“My heart goes out to the victims,” she said, breaking into tears. “I’m grateful for the police officers that responded.”
Chief Herold said Officer Talley, an 11-year veteran of the department, took “heroic action” when he arrived at the scene of the active shooting.
“Officer Talley responded to the scene – was the first on the scene – and he was fatally shot,” she said. “I also want to commend the heroic actions of the officers responding not only from Boulder PD, but from across the county and other parts of this region. These officers’ actions fell nothing short of being heroic.”
Port Orange, FL – A woman shopping on Amazon while driving crashed into Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood as he was out riding his bike on Thursday and immediately fled the scene
Port Orange, FL Normally we hear about texting and driving or even drinking and driving, but a woman identified as Paige Bergman has decided to take it to a new level as far as driving distractions go. The woman was shopping on amazon and she ran over the sheriff while doing it.
The incident was captured by the dashcam of Waste Pro truck driver Allen Ramos, who happened to be traveling in the same direction, according to the Associated Press.
The video showed the vehicle slamming into the sheriff, then speeding off without even stopping.
Investigators later tracked down the 20-year-old hit-and-run driver, who initially claimed to have collided with a mailbox while shopping on Amazon on her phone, bodycam footage showed.
She kept with her story until the deputy told her family she had hit the sheriff – not a mailbox.
“There was a crash today…she did not hit a mailbox,” the deputy told the suspect’s family. “You want to know what she hit? Mike Chitwood, the sheriff…and she didn’t stop.”
The woman, later identified as Paige Bergman, was arrested for leaving the scene of a crash that caused bodily harm, WESH reported.
Sheriff Chitwood suffered a fractured fibula, road rash and a gash from being hit by the passenger side mirror of the woman’s vehicle, he said in a Facebook post on Friday.
“The young lady who hit me…says she was shopping on Amazon on her phone,” the sheriff wrote. “Please let this be a warning to put your phones down while you’re driving before you kill someone.”
“I know this young woman had no intention of running me down. That’s what a lot of distracted drivers say after they cause a tragedy,” he added. “Just imagine if that had been a child or an elderly person on that bike, or if the car drifted a couple more inches to the right.”
Sheriff Chitwood said he considered himself lucky to be back on his feet.
If we thought bail reform was bad, wait until you see what the Virginia parole board head up their sleeve when they released a convicted cop killer without warning.
Martin was subsequently convicted of capital murder and sentenced to death. During his time in prison he had been convicted of additional crimes. He had also been denied parole many times because of his violent history and excessive criminal record however, one year later, on April 10, without giving Officer Connors’ family or the Richmond Police Department the statutory 45 days to deliver victim impact statements or object, the Virginia Parole Board voted by a supermajority to grant parole to the cop killer, The Hill reported.
The recently-release OSIG report said that the cases of Officer Connors’ killer and nine more convicted killers showed a pattern of violations of the law that centered on the parole board releasing the convicted murderers without giving notice to prosecutors or victims’ family members, the Richmond Times-Dispatch reported.
Prosecutors and family members are supposed to be notified and given time to object to the parole of a convicted person.
OSIG didn’t investigate whether the murderers in these cases should have been paroled, they just looked at whether the parole board had followed the process as stipulated by Virginia law, the Richmond Times-Dispatch reported.
“It appears that neither the rules nor the law were followed,” Suffolk Commonwealth’s Attorney Phil Ferguson said.
Two more of the released convicted killers were granted geriatric releases from prison even though they hadn’t applied for them as is required by parole board policy, the Richmond Times-Dispatch reported.
The OSIG has recommended misdemeanor criminal charges be filed against the former parole board chair.