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Police: Suspect in 6 shootings in Maryland, Delaware, caught

(CNN) — A suspect in shootings in Maryland and Delaware on Wednesday that left three people dead and three others injured was caught in Delaware after a manhunt, authorities said.

Radee Labeeb Prince, 37, is accused of killing three people and wounding two others at his job in Maryland on Wednesday morning. Police say he shot a sixth person about two hours later at a Wilmington, Delaware, car dealership.

Prince was caught in Newark, Delaware, according to the Harford County Sheriff’s Office in Maryland.

A law enforcement official involved in the investigation told CNN authorities got a tip on Prince’s whereabouts and flooded the area. Three agents with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives spotted Prince walking around a neighborhood, smoking a cigar, the source said.

The agents confronted the suspected gunman, who tossed a gun as he took off running. Prince was caught a few blocks away, after a

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Police: Suspect in 6 shootings in Maryland, Delaware, caught


The suspect in shootings in Maryland and Delaware on Wednesday that killed three people and injured three was caught in Delaware, according to the Harford County Sheriff’s Office in Maryland. Radee L. Prince, 37, is accused of killing three people and wounding two others at his job in Maryland on Wednesday morning. Police say he shot a sixth person about two hours later at a Wilmington, Delaware, car dealership.

A gunman suspected of killing three people and wounding two others at his job in Maryland early Wednesday shot a sixth person at a Delaware car dealership hours later, authorities said.

Radee Labeeb Prince, 37, shot the male victim in Wilmington, striking him in the head, shortly before 11 a.m, according to Wilmington Police Chief Robert Tracy.

The victim, who knew Prince, gave police Prince’s

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Albuquerque police look to start ‘item of the week’ to get valuables back to owners

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M (KRQE) – The Albuquerque Police Department said it’s looking for a new way to get stolen and lost items building up in their evidence lab, back to their owners.

“We have 5,000 unique items back here,” Officer Simon Drobik said.

They’re all checked-in and locked-up inside APD’s evidence lab.

“Most items have no serial number, so we don’t know who they belong to,” Officer Drobik said. “Either they they’ll be sold or they end up getting destroyed.”

The department uses a police auction website called PropertyRoom.com. According to Officer Drobik, items that get checked into the evidence lab that are not part of an active case or needed in a criminal investigation only stay for 90 days.

“After 90 days and if the item is more than $50 in value, we put it on PropertyRoom.com and that money goes back into the general fund for the city,” he said.

However,

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Albuquerque police look to start ‘item of the week’ to get valuables …

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M (KRQE) – The Albuquerque Police Department said it’s looking for a new way to get stolen and lost items building up in their evidence lab, back to their owners.

“We have 5,000 unique items back here,” Officer Simon Drobik said.

They’re all checked-in and locked-up inside APD’s evidence lab.

“Most items have no serial number, so we don’t know who they belong to,” Officer Drobik said. “Either they they’ll be sold or they end up getting destroyed.”

The department uses a police auction website called PropertyRoom.com. According to Officer Drobik, items that get checked into the evidence lab that are not part of an active case or needed in a criminal investigation only stay for 90 days.

“After 90 days and if the item is more than $50 in value, we put it on PropertyRoom.com and that money goes back into the general fund for the city,” he said.

However,

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Police say Las Vegas gunman planned ‘extensively,’ used cameras to monitor officers as they approached

Investigators trying to determine what sparked the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history have found the massacre to be the work of a sophisticated planner with the means and desire to inflict unprecedented carnage.

But on the second full day after Stephen Paddock smashed out the windows of a high-floor suite on the Las Vegas Strip and opened fire on a crowd of unsuspecting concertgoers, authorities still were trying to understand what drove him to such evil.

Several new details emerged Tuesday about Paddock — a 64-year-old retired accountant — and how he worked methodically to thwart law enforcement as he killed scores of people and injured hundreds more.

As he fired round after round during an 11-minute stretch from a suite on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and

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FBI arrests Atlanta police ‘most wanted’ in Myrtle Beach, SC

Rawls and Demonte Savalas Mitchell, who was arrested March 21 on rape, sodomy and armed robbery charges, are accused of forcing their way into an Atlanta residence on Jan. 29, Emmett said.

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FBI arrests Atlanta police ‘most wanted’ in Myrtle Beach, S.C.

Rawls and Demonte Savalas Mitchell, who was arrested March 21 on rape, sodomy and armed robbery charges, are accused of forcing their way into an Atlanta residence on Jan. 29, Emmett said.

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Mass. State Police add 6 violent suspects to ‘Most Wanted’ list

BOSTON, Mass. (WPRI) — The Massachusetts State Police pointed out six men Wednesday, all fugitives from justice, facing violent accusations by adding them to the state’s ‘Most Wanted’ list, including a man accused of attacking a dog and its owner with a machete.

Anyone with information about the fugitives is asked to call the Massachusetts State Police Violent Fugitive Apprehension Section at (800) KAP-TURE (800-527-8873).

All of these men should be considered armed and dangerous, police said.

Steven C. Touch, 28, is known by multiple names, including Steven Chhon Touch, Steven Choum, Kevin Touch, “Fat Boy,” and “C Sick.” He’s 5′ 7″, 220 lbs., with dark brown or black hair, brown eyes, and numerous tattoos. He’s wanted for murder and related charges for a 2012 home invasion in Billerica that ended

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Massachusetts State Police adds 6 to list of ‘most wanted’ fugitives

Thomas G. Vargus, 45.
He is white, approximately 6’ tall and 200 lbs., with brown hair (possibly shaved head), hazel eyes, and, most notably, has numerous tattoos over his entire body, including his face, neck, and scalp.

Vargus is wanted by the Massachusetts State Police and Taunton Police for a Sept. 18, 2017 attack on a woman and her dog on Church Street in that city.

The investigation indicates that  Vargus approached the woman, pulled out a machete, and began stabbing the dog. The woman was also struck with the machete and injured during the attack. Bystanders intervened and were able to lock the dog in a vehicle to prevent further injury.

The dog, whose name is “King,” survived.  

Vargus fled the scene and remains at large. He has a lengthy violent criminal history, including past convictions for assault with a beer bottle, beer can, and mace spray.

In addition to Taunton, he has previous

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A ‘Most Wanted’ Fugitive Posted His Location on Instagram and Police Arrested Him

(LOS ANGELES) — A teenager suspected of a killing who was named one of Texas’ 10 Most Wanted fugitives was caught in Los Angeles on Tuesday after posting a live video on social media, police said.

Christopher Ricardo Gonzalez, 18, was wanted by Dallas police on suspicion of murder, aggravated robbery and engaging in organized crime. He was arrested by Los Angeles officers after Dallas detectives found him when he “posted his location on Instagram Live,” police in Texas said in a news release.

They declined to provide any additional information about the video.

Investigators say Gonzalez is affiliated with the Bloods street gang and he had been named to Texas’ Most Wanted list in August.

He is accused of fatally shooting Horace Davis, 54, in Dallas last year.

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