Billings man killed by officer identified

  • Billings man killed by officer identified

Billings man killed by officer identified

Police found the pair passed out in the patio of a restaurant several blocks away with their pockets bulging with the stolen phones.

A man claiming to be the reincarnation of Jesus Christ was arrested after leading police on a high-speed chase in SC this past weekend. He ran from the vehicle and officers quickly took him into custody in the 300 block of East Maryland Avenue.

The Police suspect that the place where the body was found was a secondary scene as the murder could have happened somewhere and later the assailants dumped the body where it was found.

The lacerations sustained from the police service dog required stitches, but there was no nerve damage and "these injuries do not meet the threshold of serious harm", the report notes.

Two house break-in suspects were apprehended by Blue Security armed response officers in Glenwood, over the weekend.

Deputies said Maurelis was found at a DeLeon Springs gas station, still wearing the same Air Force One shoes he had on in the surveillance video.

The officer drew his weapon and ordered Crump to stop, but he forced the officer to pursue him instead.

A continued search of Cota and the vehicle revealed watches, jewelry and narcotics, police said.

March 31 at 10:18 p.m. / Police arrested Tyler M. Duncan, 31, of Los Alamos at Canyon Road and 3rd Street and charged him with DUI. Officers responded to the jail and added charges of possession of a stolen vehicle and possession of a shortened-barrel shotgun to the list of accusations against Cota.

The Rijksrecherche, the department that handles internal investigation at government institutions like the police, launched an investigation into the shooting.