Colin Flaherty: Fellas Home Invasions In Peaceful White Neighborhoods Can End Tragically
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April 10, 2019 at 8:41 am
ELK GROVE (CBS13) – Three home invasion suspects are in custody after a neighbor armed with a golf club chased them out of an Elk Grove home.
The homeowner ran out of the house, officers say, while the neighbor confronted the suspects in the home – thinking they had a gun.
They got into a fight and the suspects tried to strangle the neighbor – and stabbed him twice – before running off.
All three suspects were found with a pellet gun a few blocks away and arrested. The three have been identified as 21-year-old Ivory Spratt, 20-year-old Kymon Anderson and 19-year-old Zamir Alshabazz.
Chris Oberholtz Updated Apr 15, 2019 | Posted on Apr 15, 2019
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) — A man has been found guilty of killing five people in 2014 during a rampage in a quiet Kansas City neighborhood.
Howell allegedly shot and killed the Taylor's neighbors -- Lorene Hurst and her son, Darrel Hurst, and Susan Choucroun -- as Howell drove off in one of the Taylor's vehicles, a Toyota SUV. He was later arrested near Interstate 29 and Barry Road in the Northland.
by Aneri Pattani, Updated: April 15, 2019
Mass shooting events in suburban settings such as Parkland, Fla., get a lot of public and political attention. They involve multiple victims shot by the same person at one location — a shattering blow to a single community.
Yet the urban toll of gun violence is much higher — and in Philadelphia, a frequent event. Shootings in the city often take place in different neighborhoods and involve different residents. But for the victims’ communities and the hospitals responsible for treating them, having multiple bullet-ridden patients come to the emergency room all at once from various locations can be as devastating as the more widely reported single-site mass shootings.
A new study from Temple University found that Philadelphia has seen 244 clusters of three or more gunshot patients rushed to a single hospital at once in an 11-year period. On three occasions, six or more patients were brought in as a single cluster.
The study analyzed data from the Philadelphia Police Department on more than 14,000 firearm injuries between 2005 and 2015. Researchers looked at how many patients arrived at the same hospital within 15 minutes of each other — considered a patient cluster.
Seeing clusters of gunshot patients is a near daily occurrence in Philadelphia, said Jessica Beard, a co-author of the study and a trauma surgeon at Temple University Hospital. Doctors call the influx of patients “an everyday mass shooting.”
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