Boy shot after man returns paintball fire with real gunfire
Thinking his home was under attack, a Florida homeowner shot and wounded a 10-year-old whose father had driven him to participate in a drive-by shooting with a paintball gun, police said. Michael Williams, 26, told Opa-locka police his son begged him to drive by a home where young people were gathered Sunday night so he could fire his paintball out the window, according to a police report released Tuesday. The homeowner confused the paintball for real gunfire, telling police he thought his family was being attacked.news.yahoo.com
Lutz lifts Saints past hard-luck Chargers, 30-27 in OT
He’s got to do better but we could have done some other things better,” Chargers coach Anthony Lynn said. “This is how you grow as a team," Brees said. The Chargers (1-4) fell to their fourth straight loss by a touchdown or less, and the second in overtime. Then Brees found Cook open behind the Chargers’ secondary on third-and-long to tie it early in the fourth quarter. Saints: Enter their bye week, followed by a Week 7 home date with Carolina on Oct. 25.
Prosecutors charge 3 with threatening women in R. Kelly case
NEW YORK Federal prosecutors announced charges Wednesday against three men accused of threatening and intimidating women who have accused R&B singer R. Kelly of abuse, including one man suspected of setting fire to a vehicle in Florida. A Kelly defense attorney said he had no involvement whatsoever in any attempt to silence witnesses. Kelly also is accused of having unprotected sex with a minor in 2015 without disclosing he had herpes. Prosecutors described a third man accused of intimidating witnesses as being related to a former Kelly publicist. Donnell Russell, 45, of Chicago, is charged with harassing a Kelly victim and her mother after the unidentified woman filed a lawsuit against Kelly.
LSU, Clemson put Golden Age of wide receivers on display
There will be several erasers on the field during the College Football Playoff championship game between No. The increased emphasis on the passing game has given rise to a Golden Age of wide receivers. “You get open with your route running,” LSU receivers coach Mickey Joseph said. And with players such as Chase, Ross and Marshall returning for next season there are plenty more erasers ready to fill any void. ___Follow Ralph D. Russo at https://twitter.com/ralphDrussoAP and listen http://www.westwoodonepodcasts.com/pods/ap-top-25-college-football-podcast/___More AP college football: https://apnews.com/APTop25CollegeFootballPoll and https://apnews.com/Collegefootball and https://twitter.com/AP_Top25
Georgia candidate who traveled in "deportation bus" apologizes for campaign
A former Georgia gubernatorial candidate who campaigned in a "deportation bus" and later pleaded guilty to falsely reporting that computer servers were stolen from his office is apologizing for his chaotic and combative campaign. He also gained notoriety for a series of publicity stunts including campaigning in a "deportation bus" in an Atlanta-area community known for welcoming foreign refugees. Michael Williams, a Georgia gubernatorial candidate touring the state in a "deportation bus," is greeted with protests by immigrants and other residents in Clarkston, Ga., Wednesday, May 16, 2018. He pleaded guilty in May to falsely reporting computer servers were stolen. District Attorney Lee Darragh said Williams pleaded guilty under Georgia's First Offender Act and was sentenced to four years' probation, 120 hours of community service and a $5,000 fine.cbsnews.com
Customs agents crack down on fake goods
ICE has special customs agents, a branch of the agency many people haven't heard of. PORTLAND, Ore. - When you think of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, known as ICE for short, the immigration side is what usually comes to mind. "During the investigation we found he had returned about 3,000 phones to Apple," said Williams. Finally, Williams showed the FOX 12 Investigators a case out of state still being investigated by HSI agents. Williams said being sentenced for counterfeiting and trafficking goods could get you up to 20-years in prison.