DUMFRIES, Va. – A Prince William County teacher who allegedly pulled a chair out from under an 8-year-old student has been charged with assault.
Police say the incident occurred on Dec. 5 at Mary Williams Elementary School in Dumfries.
After an investigation by both Child Protective Services and police, Bobbi Jean Oakes, 29, of Stafford was charged with assault and battery.
AURORA, Colo. — An Aurora Police Department officer kept his job and was not charged with driving under the influence after he was found drunk inside his patrol car while on duty.
According to a general offense report obtained by FOX31 and Channel 2, on March 29, 2019, officers were dispatched to the area of East Mississippi Avenue and South Tower Road on a welfare check. Dispatch was told an unconscious person — possibly an APD officer — was inside a car outside Buckley Air Force Base.
When officers arrived, they found Aurora firefighters were already at the scene. APD Agent Nate Meier was in the driver’s seat of an unmarked Ford Taurus patrol car stopped in the middle of Mississippi, according to the report. The engine was still running.
The two men at the centre of a storm of controversy related to their racist behaviour aboard a flight this week are offering public apologies to the Indigenous people of Labrador and their families.
Dave Beck and Thomas Scott are both from St. John’s, and have worked for many years as plasterers and painters.
They were already intoxicated when they boarded the flight in Churchill Falls, and continued to drink beer purchased on the flight as it made its way to St. John’s.
As passengers boarded the flight during a stopover in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Beck used the derogatory term “Eskimo” to describe an Indigenous person, prompting Scott to remark, “Can you smell him?”
And Kankote followed up with a statement saying Beck and Scott had been fired.
WASHINGTON CITY, Utah – A man was killed and four others were injured after the driver of an SUV plowed into an In-N-Out Burger in Utah, officials said.
The deadly crash occurred at the In-N-Out Burger in Washington City located near St. George on Saturday afternoon, KSTU reported.
Police say an elderly driver mistakenly hit the gas pedal instead of the brakes when he struck a pedestrian outside the fast-food restaurant. The SUV continued to accelerate forward and crashed into the side of the restaurant where people were seated inside.
Utah authorities say one of the people seated inside the restaurant was taken to a hospital in critical condition where he died from his injuries Sunday. The victim was identified as Antonio Mendoza of Las Vegas.
The elderly couple, the pedestrian and another victim were taken to a local hospital.
McKenna Knipe, 24, filmed herself pulling off a (seemingly) impossible stunt – chowing down on Burger King’s fake-meat Impossible Whopper while flying through the air in a wingsuit.
The high-flying footage was shared by the South Florida resident, who concealed the sandwich in her flight jacket before jumping out of a plane on the back of another flyer, Steve King, reported South West News Service, a British news agency.