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Dublin PD arrests 39-year-old resident for possession of child pornography


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DUBLIN (January 11, 2018) – William James Johnson, 39, is behind bars at the Erath County Jail on one count of possession of child pornography with a $250,000 bond.

According to Dublin Police Chief Bobby Mendez, Dublin PD received a Cyber Tip Alert from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children in reference to images of child pornography being viewed and/or shared by a Dublin resident on January 9. With the information received in the report, the suspect was quickly identified.

On Wednesday, January 10, officers began interviewing potential witnesses while obtaining a search warrant for the suspect’s residence,” Mendez said Thursday. “In the early afternoon of January 10, officers with Dublin PD executed the

Read more at: http://theflashtoday.com/2018/01/11/dublin-pd-arrests-39-year-old-resident-for-possession-of-child-pornography/

Police: Shot fired into Franklin home narrowly misses resident in bed …

FRANKLIN, Va. – A woman lying in bed was almost hit by a bullet on Friday morning.

Officers responded to a report of shots fired at Dorchester Square Apartments at 1698 Dorchester Street at about 8 am.

Police say someone fired four rounds. Officers found four .40 caliber cartridge casings at the scene.

Officers learned that one of the shots struck an apartment in the F section. The bullet went through the wall and narrowly missed a resident who was in bed.

Capt. Tim Whitt says a woman was at home with three kids. They don’t believe the woman was targeted. “Everybody’s asleep and all the sudden you hear gunfire and a bullet coming your apartment,” he said. “I’d imagine that to be very scary.”

Whitt says there have now been more than 70 shooting incidents in the city in 2017. “The amount of gunfire in a city of this size is absolutely ridiculous,” he

Read more at: http://wtkr.com/2017/12/22/police-shot-fired-into-franklin-home-narrowly-misses-resident-in-bed/

Police: Shot fired into Franklin home narrowly misses resident in bed

FRANKLIN, Va. – Franklin Police are investigating a shooting that happened around 8 a.m. Friday.

Officers responded to a report of shots fired at Dorchester Square Apartments at 1698 Dorchester Street.

Police say an unknown person fired four rounds. Officers found four .40 caliber cartridge casings at the scene.

Officers learned that one of the shots struck an apartment in the F section. The bullet went through the wall and narrowly missed a resident who was in bed.

There are no witnesses and no suspect information.

Anyone who may have information about this crime is asked to call Franklin Police at 757-562-8575 or Franklin Crime Solvers at 757-562-8599. Information that leads to an arrest can earn the caller a cash reward while remaining anonymous.

Read more at: http://wtkr.com/2017/12/22/police-shot-fired-into-franklin-home-narrowly-misses-resident-in-bed/

Missing Person: Lower East Side Resident Carolyn Bazer – The Lo

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Here’s a missing person alert. A resident of the East River Cooperative, Carolyn Bazer, disappeared earlier today. She was last seen at 14th Street. This information comes to us via Lower East Side District Leader Lee Berman. Bazer suffers from dementia. If you’ve seen her, please call 911 or the NYPD’s Missing Persons Squad at 212-694-7781.

Read more at: http://www.thelodownny.com/leslog/2017/12/missing-person-lower-east-side-resident-carolyn-bazer.html

Police: Men Who Shot Resident in Silver Spring Robbery Targeted Family When They Returned from Work

One robber at large; another person arrested in D.C. Wednesday morning

Via MCPD

Two men who shot a man in the leg during a robbery early Wednesday morning in Silver Spring allegedly targeted the house and waited for the residents to return from work, so they could steal cash from them, police said.

The men robbed two women and shot a man who tried to intervene in the 9300 block of New Hampshire Avenue just before 1:30 a.m. Wednesday. After they fled in a car, one man—Marlow Jenard Johnson, 25—was arrested in Washington, D.C., less than an hour later. Police were continuing to search for a second robber.

Police released more details about the crime Wednesday afternoon. The three victims, from the same family, had just arrived at their house in two cars when two men with handguns confronted the 77-year-old mother and 53-year-old daughter,

Read more at: http://www.bethesdamagazine.com/Bethesda-Beat/2017/Police-Men-Who-Shot-Resident-in-Silver-Spring-Robbery-Targeted-Family-When-They-Returned-from-Work/

Missing person alert issued for Bainbridge resident

http://www.bainbridgereview.com/news/missing-person-alert-issued-for-bainbridge-resident/

MISSING PERSON: 32-year-old Parkwood Resident missing since 24 June

Police are searching for a man who went missing in Dorset Road, Parkwood on 24 June at 12 pm. The 32-year-old, Edward Blonski, is said to be a 1.8m tall man with short light brown hair.

Warrant Officer David Mokobane Mojapelo said Blonski was believed to be working as an architectural assistant. “He was wearing a white shirt with long sleeves and blue jeans when he went missing,” said Mojapelo.

He was last seen by a friend in Parkwood, Rosebank. Mojapelo confirms the matter is still under investigation and they would begin searching in Randburg, where the man had allegedly been seen using drugs.

If you have any information regarding his whereabouts, please contact Sandton SAPS GP WO Mojapelo on 011 722 2400/4333 or the Pink Ladies on 072 214 7439/ 083 378 4882/ 072620 7704.


Read more at: http://sandtonchronicle.co.za/183350/missing-person-32-year-old-parkwood-resident-missing-since-24-june/

DC Resident Steps Up to Find City’s Missing Black Kids

A Northeast Washington D.C. resident launched a project more than three years ago to help the community locate missing people. Now, the organization uses social media pages to alert the public about missing persons within the District’s eight wards.

Henderson Long started an organization that uses Facebook to post the photos and information of missing Black children from Wards 7 and 8.

Henderson Long, 48, is the founder of Missing and Exploited East of the River Ward 7 and 8, a Facebook page with more than 12,000 followers that allows residents to post photos and information of missing loved ones.

“I have a passion for finding and locating kids and getting them back to their families,” Long told the AFRO on Apr. 18.

Long was drawn to the issue of disappearing people when one of his family members went missing a few years ago.

Read more at: http://www.afro.com/d-c-resident-steps-find-citys-missing-black-kids/

Gordonvale’s resident ‘Pet Detective’ finds a Barbie

Senior Constable Kath Matthews with Constable Steve ‘Ace Ventura Pet Detective’ Harris and Barbie the ‘Pawesome Pooch’

PLO Donna King getting cuddles from Barbie

Everyone loves a good sausage on a ‘barbie’, but Gordonvale Police had one with a difference this week.

Gordonvale’s Administration Officer Shireen Patterson forwarded a few photos of a little dachshund, also known as a ‘sausage dog’, called Barbie.

“We had our very own Ace Ventura Pet Detective earlier this week,” Ms Patterson said.

“Constable Steve Harris went above and beyond and found a little lost dog who was very keen to get home to her owner.

“Barbie, the pawesome pooch had the privilege of hanging out at the police station for a little while until Steve was able to return her to her owner.”

We can see by all the smiles, this is one of the

Read more at: http://mypolice.qld.gov.au/farnorth/2017/03/18/gordonvales-resident-pet-detective-finds-barbie/