OKMULGEE, Oklahoma – The Okmulgee Police Chief said a man died after becoming stuck in the opening of a donation bin in a grocery store parking lot Wednesday night. Chief Joe Prentice said citizens called in to report a person “hanging half in and half out of the donation bins at the old Warehouse Market parking lot at 8th and Muskogee.”It took several minutes and several officers to free the man from the opening. Once he was removed, first responders started life-saving measures, according to a news release.The man was pronounced dead at the hospital.
“My biggest question is how in the world could my son have been dead in that apartment and nobody knows anything,” asked Doris Stevens.
DESOTO, Texas — The family of a man found dead in his DeSoto apartment last week is stricken with grief and plagued with a multitude of questions. A medical examiner determined that Ronald Wayne White had been dead in that apartment for approximately three years.
White, who would have been 51 years old at the time of his death, was a Navy veteran who traveled the world working for a defense contractor.
Some residents are still trying to figure out how a dog ended up getting behind the wheel of a car that was seen driving in circles in their neighborhood.
Anne Sabol, of Port St. Lucie, said when she went outside she saw the car in the cul-de-sac going around in circles.
“First I thought I saw somebody backing up but then they kept going and I’m like, OK, what are they doing?” Sabol said. “The cops came and I’m like, OK.”
ATCO, N.J. (WHTM) — A New Jersey woman posted a video of her kids getting scared by the Grinch during a holiday photo shoot, and it’s going viral.
Instagram user @ashleymariemua posted the video Tuesday and said, “My kids couldn’t wait to meet the grinch this weekend! I’d say it went well.”
Jon Voight dances for President Trump pic.twitter.com/5GgzalflsM— Howard Mortman (@HowardMortman) November 21, 2019
Jon Voight danced for President Donald Trump at the White House Thursday, before being honored with the National Medal of Arts.
As musicians in the East Room played strains of “Midnight Cowboy,” Voight, who starred in the Academy award-winning 1969 film, rose from his seat, dancing and sliding across the makeshift stage. Trump grinned and clapped, giving a positive shake of the fist as Voight reclaimed his seat.