Police Arrest 2 Men In Connection With Saturday Homicide

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None of the injuries were life-threatening.

During the pursuit, officers say he almost hit several police cars and civilians, before fleeing on foot near the Redi Mart on North 2nd Street.

The officer drew his weapon and ordered Crump to stop, but he forced the officer to pursue him instead.

Rosenbaum says the older boy told his little brother to "go get my gun" and the child returned with the assault-style weapon.

Witnesses, including some town staff, later told authorities that the 17-year-old pushed the younger boy in an attempt to wrestle away his bike and punched him one time in the face while calling on his friend to grab the bike and run.

Boylan was also in possession of a pack of Minions candy belonging to the victim's daughter and taken from her Easter basket, police said.

DELANO - A Duryea man suffered suspected minor injuries when the Chevrolet Silverado he was driving crashed in the southbound lanes of Interstate 81, at mile marker 133.1 in Delano Township, around 8:55 a.m. Thursday.

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The president also mentioned the dispute may have ended on good terms, saying both countries will continue to have a 'great future'.

"Good eye - you're right", the police tweeted in response.

Pack, who was apprehended in the 600 block of Willow Street after both a vehicle and foot pursuit, also was found to be the subject of six orders for arrest from Forsyth County; two criminal summonses on unspecified matters filed on April 2 in Surry; and a February 22 warrant for arrest with no details listed.

He was held in police custody pending a bail hearing in Cornwall court.

ELIZABETHVILLE - State police at Lykens reported handling 453 calls for assistance during the month of March.

Rintala-Weith originally was arrested in Manchester on Monday on two counts of possession of controlled drugs - heroin and crack cocaine - receiving stolen property and a Hooksett warrant, police said.

Two police officers caught allegedly accepting a bribe from a member of the public in a restaurant in Cape Town have been released on bail of R3‚000 each.

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