Salisbury police are investigating an armed robbery of an armored truck driver on Monday morning.
Produced by Megan Raymond
Police have released an audio recording of a Salisbury armored truck robbery in hopes that members of the public might recognize the voices of the suspects involved.
A Loomis armored truck driver who was filling the ATM at the SECU Credit Union on Mount Hermon Road on Jan. 22 was approached by three men armed with handguns who bound his hands and demanded money, according to police.
Read more at: http://www.delmarvanow.com/story/news/2018/02/13/audio-salisbury-armored-truck-robbery-released/333083002/
By Keely Turner
Special to The Guardian
Television is the most important thing in my life (sorry fiancé, family and dog). I love TV. But lately I’ve been into entertainment in audio form.
Here are my favourite podcasts, not to be confused with “My Favourite Murder”, which is one of my favourite podcasts.
Host, Sarah Koenig, dives into a 1999 case where Adnan Syed went to jail for the murder of his ex-girlfriend. The podcast takes you on a journey of the case and straddles the line of is he or isn’t he innocent in a way that makes you interested, curious and ready to jump into your amateur detective uniform.
“My Favourite Murder”
What? You thought someone who still keeps their Neopets alive couldn’t be into true crime? Hosted by two female comedians, this podcast is equal parts funny and terrifying. Each week the women talk about a different murder. Their tagline?
Read more at: http://www.theguardian.pe.ca/living/keely-turner-columnist-loves-tv-but-is-getting-into-audio-entertainment-158764/
In September of 1996, a man walked up to Jose Garcia as he was pumping gas in Compton and shot him in the face. Garcia ran and dove underneath a car. The shooter followed him and fired several more shots before escaping in a car that was waiting in a nearby alley.
Garcia survived but had a hard time identifying his assailant.
The best witness was Alicia Valladolid, who was in her car at a red light across the street. She wrote down the getaway car’s license plate, and police tracked down its owner, Miguel Contreras.
At Contreras’ preliminary hearing a month later, as Valladolid was waiting to testify, she spotted Miguel’s younger brother Marco sitting in the audience, and identified him as the man who shot Jose Garcia.
Detectives arrested Marco and he went on trial for attempted murder and attempted robbery. Marco, who worked the graveyard shift as a hospital security guard,
Read more at: http://www.scpr.org/news/2017/05/01/71308/inside-a-loyola-innocence-project-success/