GILROY, Calif. (AP) — The Latest on a shooting at a food festival in Northern California (all times local):4:25 p.m.Gilroy Poice Chief Scot Smithee says it’s too early in the investigation to determine if any of the victims were targeted, or if he the shooter fired indiscriminately Sunday at a food festival in the city.Authorities say they have served two search warrants associated with the shooting that killed three people. Smithee says investigators searched the vehicle the shooter, Santino William Legan, drove to the Garlic Festival on Sunday.Smithee says police also searched a residence associated with Legan. He didn’t say what, if anything, the searches turned up.Craig Fair, deputy special agent in charge at the FBI’s San Francisco office, said investigators were combing through the suspect’s social media profiles as they worked to try to determine a motive for the shooting.———4:15 p.m.Authorities say they have served two search … [Read more...] about The latest from Gilroy: Too early to tell if victims targeted
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He was 22 and could not keep a job or stay out of trouble. His parents had hired him the same high-priced lawyer who had prevailed over the district court prosecutors in Jared’s prior cases. So far that lawyer was five for five, sparing Remy jail time, a guilty finding, or anything more than temporary probation. But prosecutor Joshua E. Friedman did not see Jerry Remy’s son as a young man with a record clean of convictions, charged now with a minor offense. He saw him as steroidal and entitled, violent and unrepentant. Tiffany Guyette, his alleged victim, saw him that way, too. She said Remy had been abusing her since she got pregnant by him at 15, four years earlier. Since then, Guyette said, he had tried to push her from a moving car while she was pregnant, waited for her in the dark with a baseball bat, and repeatedly paged her with the number 187, street slang for murder. For all that, however, she had not spoken against him in court before, believing his promises … [Read more...] about For Jared Remy, leniency was the rule until one lethal night
Susan Tompor Detroit Free Press Published 8:16 AM EDT Apr 18, 2019 The Bradleys are heading to Disney World. Sure, they already have $3,850 in high-rate credit card debt. The mother of the family has another $8,000 in student loan debt. And they're paying two mortgage bills each month, one on the family home and another for a rental home that's co-owned with another family member. The rental home is just breaking even. No profit there. Two kids, ages 10 and 5, and the family doesn't have a dollar saved in an emergency fund, either. The couple in their early 30s did come up with $500 for a down payment for a planned trip with the kids to Walt Disney World — a trip that's estimated to cost $8,000. So Mickey and Minnie get ready, here we come. Thankfully, their out-of-whack financial scenario was part of the 2019 Michigan Personal Finance Challenge State Finals event. It's not a real family but we're certainly looking … [Read more...] about Got a bunch of debt? Is a trip to Disney a want or a need?
52 Places To Go 2019 (Tag bylines with individual items.), New York Times Published 8:47 pm CST, Tuesday, January 8, 2019 Here are some of the places The New York Times thinks you should travel this year. Read the article for the full list. Here are some of the places The New York Times thinks you should travel this year. Read the article for the full list. Photo: Louise Denton Photography/Getty Images Photo: Louise Denton Photography/Getty Images Image 1 of / 39 Caption Close Image 1 of 39 Here are some of the places The New York Times thinks you should travel this year. Read the article for the full list. Here are some of the places The New York Times thinks you should travel this year. Read the article for the full list. … [Read more...] about The New York Times picks 52 places to go in 2019
Kristen Jordan Shamus Detroit Free Press Published 11:46 AM EST Jan 7, 2019 Novi businessman Paul Whelan waits for mercy in a Moscow prison, trapped in a web of espionage. For six days after his Dec. 28th arrest, he was held alone in a cell in Moscow's Lefortovo detention facility without access to toilet paper or soap. Though he speaks a bit of Russian, he couldn't string together enough Russian words to ask the prison guards for his glasses, his twin brother, David Whelan, told the Free Press. It wasn't until Jan. 2, when he was granted a visit from U.S. State Department employees, that Paul Whelan could ask for those basic necessities and also for intervention from the U.S. government to negotiate his release. Whelan, 48, was arrested at Moscow's swanky Metropol hotel after allegedly receiving a USB drive loaded with the names of employees of a Russian agency, according to Russia's Rosbalt news service. The news service is … [Read more...] about Paul Whelan in Lefortovo prison: No toilet paper for days