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Man Charged In Fatal Stabbing Of 21 Savage’s Brother

Rapper Casanova is wanted by federal investigators in connection with a sweeping indictment charging 18 alleged members of the Untouchable Gorilla Stone Nation Gang with various racketeering, murder, drugs, guns, and fraud offenses, the Justice Department announced on Tuesday (Dec. 1).

The FBI New York tweeted a photo of Casanova and encouraged anyone with information on his whereabouts to contact the bureau. “We are still looking for Caswell Senior, aka Casanova, in connection with this case.”

The 34-year-old rapper is named in the indictment which was unsealed in a White Plains federal court Tuesday. Casanova is the only one out of 18 defendants who has yet to be arrested, the indictment states.

He faces single cont of conspiracy to commit racketeering, conspiracy to distribute controlled substances, and possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime. Each charge carries a maximum sentence of life in prison.

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Report: Deputies fired 34 rounds in killing of Black man

VANCOUVER, Wash. — Deputies fired a total of 34 rounds at a 21-year-old Black man who died after being struck four times following an attempted drug arrest in Washington state, a newspaper reported Wednesday, citing an investigative report.

The death of Kevin Peterson Jr. sparked demonstrations and raised questions about the circumstances that led to the shooting, with much of the focus on whether he fired a handgun at deputies in Hazel Dell, near Vancouver.

Investigators previously said they did not have evidence that Peterson fired a gun, based on interviews with deputies involved in the incident and a lack of casings at the scene.

However, a search warrant affidavit filed earlier in the investigation cited evidence implying Peterson fired two rounds at deputies. Sheriff Chuck Atkins has also said there was an exchange of gunfire.

The family’s attorney, Ben Crump, denied that Peterson fired at deputies.

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NJ man charged in $1.7M theft of armored car outside casino

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — Describing it as “something out of the 1930s,” authorities say a former guard and two others stole more than $1.7 million from an armored car parked outside an Atlantic City casino earlier this month.

Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon Tyner said Tuesday that Dante McCluney of Newark was charged with burglary, theft and conspiracy in connection with the Nov. 5 theft from an armored car parked outside Bally’s casino.

Two others who participated in the theft have been identified but are not yet in custody, the prosecutor said.

“This was a brazen burglary of an armored car on a public street in broad daylight,” Tyner said. “Out of all the crimes I’ve seen committed in Atlantic County during my tenure, this incident harkened back to something out of the 1930’s.”

The vehicle was owned by Rapid Armored Corporation of Brooklyn, New York.


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Man run over and killed by 3 separate hit-and-run drivers who all fled the scene

Fuentes was crossing a street when he was first struck by a motorcycle.

A man was struck and killed by three separate hit-and-run drivers who all fled the scene after colliding with him while he was crossing a street and now police are appealing to the public for help in finding the perpetrators.

The incident occurred at approximately 7:39 p.m. in the South Los Angeles neighborhood of Florence when 50-year-old Jose Fuentes was crossing a street when a motorcycle traveling northbound collided with him, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.

In video released by the LAPD, Fuentes can be seen lying in the road after being struck by the motorcycle as it speeds away. Just seconds later Fuentes is then hit by a white sedan which also fled the scene after the collision, according to ABC News’ Los Angeles station

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CT man pleads guilty to carrying gun while on supervised release

A 32-year-old Hartford man has pleaded guilty to a federal firearms charge, after authorities said he was arrested with a loaded handgun while on supervised release.

Rakeem Grant pleaded guilty to possession of a firearm and ammunition as a convicted felon Tuesday before U.S. District Judge Jeffrey A. Meyer, a press release from the U.S. attorney’s office for the District of Connecticut said.

Grant had been on three years supervised release for a previous conviction in federal court for the same charge, the release said.

Authorities said Grant had been convicted of possession of a pistol without a permit in April 2017.


A year later, Hartford police “arrested Grant after he was found in possession of a loaded .40 caliber handgun outside of a nightclub that has been a hot spot for shootings and violence on Main Street in Hartford,” the release said.

He pleaded guilty to possession of a

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Man allegedly holds knife to New Caney Wells Fargo bank employee

A man was detained Tuesday after authorities say he threatened an employee with a knife at a bank in New Caney after being told he needed an appointment.

Ahmed Abdul Raheem, 35, of Porter, is being charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a second-degree felony, according to the Montgomery County Jail records.

Police say Raheem had been at the Wells Fargo banking center at 22420 Community Dr., New Caney earlier in the day requesting to close his account but was informed he needed an appointment to do so, according to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office.

After withdrawing all the money from the account, Raheem left the bank. He allegedly returned with a knife, grabbing a bank worker and threatened the employee multiple times, according to the sheriff’s office.

A customer in the bank intervened and subdued Raheem. An off-duty Montgomery County Precinct 2 Constable’s deputy working at the

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South Carolina man accused of discussing attacks on Trump Tower pleads guilty to ISIS conspiracy

A South Carolina man pleaded guilty Tuesday to sharing bomb-making information with another man in support of the Islamic State terror group.



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Kristopher Sean Matthews, 34, who goes by Ali Jibreel, entered his plea in San Antonio, Texas, to a charge of conspiracy to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization.

He admitted to federal prosecutors that he conspired with 22-year-old Jaylyn Christopher Molina, of Cost, Texas, the Justice Department said. Molina goes by Abdur Rahim.

Since 2019, Matthews has shared bomb-making information with Molina with the intent of committing attacks in the United States and abroad on behalf of ISIS, federal prosecutors said. The pair discussed conducting terrorist attacks and the promotion of radical Islamic ideology in internet chatrooms, authorities said.

2 NYC police officers wounded in broad daylight shooting

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Relatable Man Ben Affleck Has Also Had A Bad High

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In the new book “Alright, Alright, Alright: The Oral History of Richard Linklater’s Dazed and Confused,” Ben Affleck says that unlike much of the rest of the cast, he didn’t do much drinking or smoking while shooting the film. In fact, he wasn’t much of a fan of marijuana.

“I had a bad experience with marijuana at 15. I had a dissociative panic attack,” the 48-year-old actor said. “So I only smoked weed if everyone else was smoking and I had to sort of Bill Clinton it and fake it. I didn’t really like marijuana.”

… I’m choosing just to brush past Affleck’s questionable choice to use ‘Bill Clinton’ as a verb. Between his persistent love of Dunkin’ Donuts, struggles with dating apps, and that time he had a bad high when he was 15, Ben Affleck

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John Legend Says Michael B. Jordan Being Crowned Sexiest Man Alive ‘Makes Me Feel Even Cooler’

John Legend is welcoming Michael B. Jordan into the sexy club with open arms.



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After the 33-year-old Black Panther star was crowned as PEOPLE’s newest Sexiest Man Alive, the Grammy winner tells PEOPLE he now feels “even cooler.”

“I’m so happy that he is the next Sexiest Man Alive,” says Legend, 41. “I love him. He’s extremely talented and he’s such a smart guy and a kind guy. He’s socially aware and is using his power in such a powerful way.”

“I work with a lot of girls that finally believe in the Sexiest Man Alive,” jokes Teigen, who along with her husband is partnering with McDonald’s to help give back to other families with critically ill or injured children through Ronald McDonald House Charities.



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Virginia Man Charged With Assault After Blowing On Anti-Trump Protesters : NPR

A man identified as Raymond Deskins stands while wearing an inflatable floating Trump toy outside the Trump National Golf Club in Virginia. He is charged with a misdemeanor after exhaling on protesters outside the club.

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A man from Sterling, Virginia, who didn’t wear a mask and blew on protesters outside the Trump National Golf Club has been charged with a misdemeanor assault, according to the Loudoun County sheriff’s office.

In a video shared on Twitter on Saturday, Raymond Deskins, 61, wears an inflatable Trump inner tube and approaches protesters. One demonstrator tells him, “You’re in my face and you don’t have a mask.”

As shown in the video, Deskins takes a deep breath and huffs at her.

As the video circulated online, Loudoun County board chair Phyllis Randall sent a letter to Loudoun County Sheriff Mike Chapman and commonwealth’s attorney

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