ANAHUAC, Texas (KTRK) — Authorities confirm an attack by wild hogs caused the death of a woman whose body was found in the front yard of an Anahuac home Sunday.
Chambers County Sheriff Brian Hawthorne said in a press conference Monday afternoon the Jefferson County medical examiner’s office formally ruled the cause of death as “exsanguination due to feral hog assault.”
The woman was identified as 59-year-old Christine Rollins of Liberty.
Massachusetts State Police is the first law enforcement agency in the country to use Boston Dynamics’ dog-like robot, called Spot. That’s raising questions from civil rights advocates about how much oversight there should be over police robotics programs.
But while Spot and other tactical robots aren’t designed to kill, they still can. In 2016, Dallas Police sent a bomb disposal robot armed with explosives to kill a sniper who had shot at police officers and killed five. Experts said it was the first time a non-military robot had been used to intentionally kill a person.
A grandfather from Indiana is speaking out in his first interview after being hit with criminal charges in the death of his 18-month-old granddaugther. Salvatore Anello is now charged with negligent homicide for what he says was an accident.
Michelle Rajacic waltzed into the City Club Hotel after midnight on April 6, 2018, demanding a room key, then began spewing racial epithets when worker Linda Shell, 36, asked to see ID, according to Manhattan Supreme Court lawsuit filed by Shell.
In a video taken by Shell, the woman can be seen calling Shell, who is black, a “n—-r,” “dirty f—ing raunchy skank,” “dirty f—ing hood rat,” “f—ing ghetto ass,” and other offensive phrases.
Diamond thieves stole three sets of 18th-century jewellery from Dresden’s Green Vault in the early hours of this morning in what could be the world’s biggest-ever heist. The gang switched off power.
- The Green Vault in Dresden was targeted by thieves early on Monday morning
- At least two burglars broke in through a window and smashed open a cabinet
- Thieves described as ‘strikingly small’ as they managed to get through tiny hole
- They stole jewellery sets commissioned by the 18th-century ruler of Saxony
- CCTV showed hooded figure repeatedly striking glass cabinets with an axe
- Gang linked to estimated £3.5m theft of coins from a Berlin museum in 2017
An Indian woman fainted from shock Saturday after delivering a “baby boy” with two heads and three hands. Babita Ahirwar, 21, and her husband Jaswant Singh Ahirwar, 25, had arrived at the Vidisha Sadar hospital in the Madhya Pradesh district for a routine ultrasound during her 35th week of pregnancy, Caters News reported.