FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) — A Central Valley mother is outraged after she says her son, who is autistic, was placed in handcuffs instead of being taken to the hospital.
A video she sent Action News shows a portion of the incident unfolding.
The sounds of fear can be heard in that video, as police attempted to arrest the 16-year-old Delano boy inside a central Fresno ‘El Pollo Loco’ on Thursday night.
“He has autism, he has epilepsy, stop it!” she can be heard screaming.
California health officials said on Sunday they had confirmed 11 cases of the new, fast-spreading coronavirus in the United States, with one in Santa Clara County and two more in San Benito County.
In Santa Clara County, a woman and the family she is staying with are being quarantined and she is now in isolation at their home, Santa Clara County health officials told a news conference. The woman was not sick enough to require hospitalization, it added.
(CNN) — Six passengers on a Greyhound bus headed from Los Angeles to San Francisco were shot early Monday morning, the California Highway Patrol said.
All six shooting victims were taken to hospitals, CHP spokesman Steve Loftus said. Details on their conditions were not immediately available.
The shooting took place shortly before 1:30 a.m. in the Grapevine area, on Interstate 5 near Fort Tejon Road, Loftus said.
The bus was carrying about 40 passengers.
FRESNO, Calif. (KSEE/KGPE) — A man in southwest Fresno who was shot Saturday after an argument with another man over the Super Bowl has died, the Fresno Police Department said Sunday.
A homeless man walked up to where the victim, a Latino man in his 20s who was visiting from out of town, was having a barbecue with people and started an argument with the victim over the Super Bowl since they liked different teams.
The argument escalated and the homeless man shot the victim in the abdomen with a makeshift weapon, Chamalbide said.
The victim was taken to Community Regional Medical Center where he underwent surgery before he died.
FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. (WSVN) – The confessed Parkland shooter was involved in a battle behind bars with a Broward Sheriff’s deputy. The jailhouse video of it was kept under wraps, until now.
In the almost two years since the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School massacre, Nikolas Cruz has been in court many times — appearing quiet and subdued. Now, 7News has an exclusive first look at a different side of Cruz in a confrontation caught on camera.
This is the first time we’ve seen Cruz behind bars.7News obtained the nearly six-minute video that was recorded on Nov. 13, 2018.
WOODLAND, Calif. (AP) — A California father about to be freed from prison has been taken into custody in connection with the decades-old killings of five of his infant children in a case a sheriff said has haunted his agency for years.
Paul Perez, 57, a convicted sex offender with a 20-year criminal history, was charged in the deaths of the children born between 1992 and 2001, authorities announced Monday, the same day he was supposed to be released from a state prison in Delano on unrelated charges.
Yolo County Sheriff Tom Lopez said the case reflects an “unspeakable evil,” though a motive has not been determined.
“I cannot think of a case more disturbing than this one,” he said. “There can be no victim more vulnerable and innocent than an infant and unfortunately this case involves five of them.”