ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. — A body “encased” in concrete was found in the basement of an apartment Friday in Adams County, the sheriff’s office says.
A team from the sheriff’s office was processing a crime scene at 7899 York St.
Russell Montoya Jr., 38, was arrested at the same address on Thursday and charged with first-degree murder and tampering with physical evidence, the sheriff’s office said.
SAN DIEGO, Calif. — A shooting at a home in San Diego’s Paradise Hills neighborhood on Saturday morning left five people dead, including three children and their mother, authorities said.
A fourth child was rushed to a hospital in unknown condition, according to police. The victims’ ages were not immediately known.
The officers arrived at the scene to find six people who had been shot, five of them fatally. A man had been shot in the head, investigators said, adding that his relationship to the family was unclear.
This is the moment an off-duty NYPD officer burning rubber in a black Lexus skids across three lanes of traffic and slams into a concrete barrier early Saturday on the FDR Drive, leaving the young cop dead and two others seriously injured.
Footage obtained by The Post shows the Lexus, driven by an off-duty cop identified as Garman Chen, flying down the northbound lane at about 2:30 a.m. Saturday morning.
This is the moment an off-duty NYPD officer burning rubber in a black Lexus skids across three lanes of traffic and slams into a concrete barrier early Saturday on the FDR Drive, leaving the young cop dead and two others seriously injured. Footage obtained by The Post shows the Lexus, driven by an off-duty cop identified as Garman Chen, flying down the northbound lane at about 2:30 a.m. Saturday morning.Source: Shocking video shows moment car driven by NYPD officer Garman Chen crashes on FDR Drive
Donald Trump defies Pentagon to pardon Green Beret who ‘murdered’ Taliban bombmaker and Army officer who ordered killing of Afghan civilians as he reinstates rank of Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher who posed with a corpse
Former Army 1st Lieutenant Clint Lorance and Major Mathew L. Golsteyn were pardoned, while Chief Petty Officer Edward Gallagher, a Navy SEAL, had his demotion reversed.
- US President Donald Trump cleared three armed services members who were accused or convicted of war crimes on Friday
- The president cancelled murder charges against Army Green Beret Major Mathew L. Golsteyn, who was awaiting trial next month
- Trump also ordered the release of Clint Lorance, a former army lieutenant who was convicted of murder after he had soldiers open fire on Afghans, killing two
- And the demotion of Chief Petty Officer Edward Gallagher, a Navy SEAL who was acquitted of murder, but convicted on a lesser charge, was reversed
- Trump personally called the three men after granting the pardons, which defied rulings made by military leaders seeking to punish the service members
- All three also had been favorites among conservatives who see them as heroes who should not have been prosecuted
China’s People’s Liberation Army troops appeared on the streets of Hong Kong yesterday as part of a clean-up mission that risked a backlash from pro-democracy protesters who have brought the city to a standstill in recent months.
The appearance of the PLA soldiers outside their barracks – even dressed in shorts and t-shirts – to help clear away barricades and debris from another night of protests could be seen as an incremental raising of the political stakes from Beijing.