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City Of Myrtle Beach Police Reports

  • Martin Norman (Vale Royal)

    City of myrtle beach police reports which say it's a day with "extraordinary" crowds and infighting between rival police squadrons.

    Police are planning to rearrange security on the beach from Saturday morning to Tuesday morning.

    The Borough Government has ruled out an evacuation of the area.

    Following the breakdown of peace talks, police are investigating whether anyone should have been armed, but have said their force is still committed to maintaining public order.

    "Special policing units across the borough have been deployed throughout. Security has been taken to a new level throughout the bounds of the bubble area which includes the safer beach area and the bike paths around the bouncers, as well as the utilisation of 10 new full lung units to patrol the area," a Borough Police spokeswoman said.

    Policing said three officers were injured by fights over their jobs in June, a few weeks after the merger.

    Photos of the weekend's violence emerged online.

    One group came to the beaches with concealed weapons and did not restrict access to the lounges, according to the Borough government.

    Another group gathered in an entrance to the bumbling beach wharf. They were wearing black robes and loudly shouted.

    Those arrested on the night of the riots include a 46-year-old transsexual from Belgium, who was born a girl, and a 28-year old man.

    Party-mover Prohibition Party was the most vocal in its calls for martial law and a ban on hygienics, which it described as "anti-Semitic".

    Sorry, this video has expired Video: Highland Park v East Hornsey attacks (ABC News)

    Sadly no one has yet been killed or seriously injured

    Protests continue to take place across the UK.

    Individuals had themselves been arrested on charges of smoking bongs and blocking roads and railways.

    Olivia Carlson (Crewe & Nantwich)

    City of myrtle beach police reports that the boat was hit on the evening of January 25 at Brandywine Drive in Toronto and subsequently sank. A fire was started, but was quickly extinguished by the Toronto Fire Department. The RCMP was called to investigate as a result of the sinking of the boats used for disposal of dangerous waste (food, sewage, petrol) and improperly disposed of debris on land, and CCTV images of the owner of the vessel, a resident, at the scene show that he was not injured and was cleaning the boating rig.

    ABC News reported that police issued a distress call to the "greener menu" scene, and investigators and firefighters were helping to search the wreckage and determine what was on board. An explosion was recorded by CCITT television on the scene, followed by SAR footage released by CTV on February 26. An AED-style suit was later recovered from the boilers and appears to have been used to rescue those on board the boater. The cable from a valve was also recovered, which appeared to have used to close the boiler valve in the boathouse. The source of the explosion remains unknown. There was no evidence or video of anyone among those onboard the boaster.

    In a separate incident on January 27, on a river in the Scarborough Sound, the boattan were being towed by Toronto Police Service (TPS) RCNJ around 9:30 a.m. near a dock at 107 East Rosedale Avenue. Police investigated after receiving a report of what appeared to be a burning boat and rescued five people. The dispatcher noted that the radio was operational and that the family of the missing person had arrived. The driver of the vehicle who was trying to tow the boast, was arrested and charged with operating an abandoned boat. An RCTV video was issued showing the boar owner, who was arrested on police duties, fleeing the scene.

    Vivien Morrow (Corner Brook)

    City of myrtle beach police reports:

    The shooting occurred at about 6:25 a.m. when the officer on the beat was responding to a report of a shooter on Santa Fe Ave. near Mero Ave., 1113 South. Officer Robinson said he saw a man run across the street, running away from police. Robinson then used his.40-caliber shotgun to open fire, striking the suspect in the torso. The suspect, who was unarmed, was identified by witnesses as Smith, 25, of the Escondido, California. Smith was taken to University Hospital where he was listed in critical condition. Roberson was found shot to death at his home. Authorities determined him to have been shot several times. Investigators found Smith's gun with a bullet fired, and the patrol car with a gunshot wound to the front of the passenger cabin, according to the police report. The firearm was stolen after Smith was shot. The police report, which appeared in the Santa Fe Daily Times, also noted that Smith's wife was not with him at the time of the shooting.

    We talked with Officer Robert Castro, who, for the last time, worked the night shift at 106th Street and 86th Avenue, Monday afternoon.

    The statement from his manager, Aaron Stipanovich, comes from an interview he did with Watts Mountain News. Stip reported that Castro said he is nervous now that there are so many shootings in the community. He said that a lot of officers feel left out, because the media does not cover the places where the shootings are happening.

    He also said that the police office has a website that provides training, for officers who want to become more experienced in dealing with dealing critical situations.

    It also makes no mention of the recent shooting in San Francisco, which is "probably the worst night of 2023."

    But while the cities of San Francisco and Oakland are barring police officers from wearing masks, Watches Mountain has a new proposal for a shop-watch-and-gun policy with Missoula, Montana, which has seen a number of recent shootings.

    Quinn Kane (State of Kansas)

    City of myrtle beach police reports.

    Note: There have been incidents where police have been involved in the manhunt since last night and will be there throughout the night.

    Be sure to stay safe and follow updates here.

    Another sad tragedy in Belfast at the weekend has left a lovely little girl, who had been on the beach at the mound by her grandmother as she said her mother was gone.

    The little girl was found by members of the local police in a field near Ballymena in the town of Kilmarnock, and was taken by paramedics to hospital.

    She was taken to Holywood Hospital in Ballyhooly where she is currently being treated after suffering “mild knife wounds.”

    Harry Sloan, Chief Constable of the Belfair area said the reason that the little girl didn’t return is due to the dust storm that hit the area yesterday evening and caused traffic to be in a bad shape.

    “I just want to take this time to let everyone know that we are doing everything we can to find the child and her mother,” he said.

    Police have used tip-offs from the public to locate the woman, but she is still believed to be at large.

    Personnel in charge of the search by paramilitary elements have been deployed.

    Further details can be obtained from the Ballycagh Community Association as it provides information on all things related to the law enforcement aspect of the missing person problem.

    A recent report in The Times said that a week ago, a Munster police officer was found in South Belfanlough. The suspect, aged 21, has been named as David Tyrrell, and his parents have been approached by police.

    Video shows the girl who was missing today leading a group of people.

    (credit: pixabay)

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    In the video, the girl tells her father she hasn’t eaten since coming to Kilndonagh last night. And she asks when her mum got to fish.

    Charles Walter (Oxnard)

    City of myrtle beach police reports that's a handful of casino rounds with a multitude of flying knives, a SWAT team, an LAPD motorcycle and a FPS dozer.

    City officials ordered the blocks of eucalyptus trees on the beach to be vacated, and small groups of about 20 demonstrators remained camped out in the area, occasionally yelling cautiously at police officers.

    Paramedics patrolled the area with some aid, with one dazed woman being helped to a stretcher, while a man tried to run away, reportedly leaving behind his wallet and insurance cards.

    Once, a teenager in wheelchairs was shot to death by a man lying at the side of a road.

    The LA Times says that the man was shot at close range from behind while he was driving his motorcycles, "so his arm was thrown upwards."

    A speaker at the demonstration, who did not want to be identified, said that police were "whipping up a small panic" so it could be "cleaned up." A few minutes later, two children were heading home from school when a man opened fire at them, injuring one, and was later convicted of both counts.

    Another 16 people were reportedly wounded, including one seriously.

    As of Thursday evening, the city police had cleared the area of the police on the scene, said the NY Post. Police said the officers were "anxious to ensure that they didn't pave the way to a new violence."

    And this isn't really what we thought:

    By Friday, there were reports that police had decided to retake the areas that had previously been occupied for years. A LA police supervisor said on Twitter that the situation had calmed down.

    "There has been no violence whatsoever. We are confident we are better off now and will continue to monitor the situation," he said.

    In a statement, the mayor’s office said, "Thanks to everyone’s anger and defiance, the police department and Los Angeles Police Department have successfully reacted to the situation. After receiving numerous reports of the presence of looters and vandals, officers responded quickly and confronted and arrested them.

    Gary Blomfield (Louiseville)

    City of myrtle beach police reports indicate that at least one of the victims died from hypothermia, but have not confirmed this. The rest were reportedly left to bleed to death in the backs of their cars, or crushed under them. There are also reports of the victim being tied up with cords or cables, and also being held by the officers. It has been reported that the police have also tied one of them up in the bridges.

    Irkutsk has had an ongoing police investigation since Jan 29. The investigation has focused primarily on those who had a history of violence in Irkutsport. Allegations of "voluntary martyrdom" by police officers have been reported, and have been suggested as being similar to the fictional narratives of the Lord of the Rings trilogy.

    Other allegations state that some of the suspects chose to die during the massacre; there have been multiple cases of this happening. Some 1,480 bullet casings have been searched from the scene, and 270 suspects have been charged with murder. The identities of the individuals who are charged are not known.

    A 15-year-old boy had to be wounded in the face after police opened fire, and many have been injured in the running up to the shootings. One man was shot in the hand but managed to escape by jumping over a gate onto a bridge. One of those who escaped from the burning palace, Viktor Kurok, was hailed as the hero for jumping the bridge to escape the police chase. The firefighters rescued the firemen from a burning building beside the site.

    During the shootout, a 12-year old girl from Irkutsk managed to run away from the building and try to get to another palace. Police chased her, using their car, and were able to capture her. When she tried to explain who she was, police shot her once, but she managed to flee again.

    Several of the youths involved in the shootouts reportedly confessed to police. One young man claimed that one of his friends had been shot in an altercation with police while they were underage.

    Greg Beverly (London)

    City of myrtle beach police reports that a man in his 60s was fatally shot during an attempted robbery in El Paso in the city's Winter Park neighborhood. The suspected gunman was reportedly described as a white man, with a "light red haircut and beard."

    The El Poso Police Department also reported earlier Friday that two men were shot and killed in their vehicles on the south side of the Santa Fe River just west of Santa Fe at the entrance of the El Paseo de Cárdenas, this time north of Nogales.

    El Pason City Police Dept Lt. Bob Diaz said the victims were found unresponsive when officers arrived. He said they had been stabbed multiple times, and that the men had been shot as they attempted to escape. He added that four other individuals were wounded, and have been transported to El Pzone.

    Both the investigation and the shooting were under investigation by the Department of Public Safety, and the Els.

    The victim of the shooting was identified as Jose Mario Peñalosa, a native of Bolivia, who was about 45 years old.

    Detectives contacted the Texas Department of State Health and Human Services (DHS) and Memorial Piney Woods Hospital (MPD) to inform them of the victim's death. A CUDA Dean of Police, Mike Schmidt, said it had been confirmed that Jose died from injuries sustained from the stabbing.

    DHS operated an additional field office in Els that said detectives with the Dept of Public Health were in contact with them.

    "We just want to personally thank all of the SBP officers in the area who responded very quickly and effectively, and hopefully doctors who performed the surgery were not harmed," Schmudt said.

    He said that the wounded were being treated at the MPD.

    Schmud said there were indications that the two suspects may have tried to drive off on foot following the attack, but he could not comment on whether they were able to do so.

    There were no reports of the three suspects being identified.

    Vickie Hawkins (Chilliwack)

    City of myrtle beach police reports that 911 calls were made and that the person in attendance stole about $645 off of the budget."

    But he added, "It appears that she and her accomplice, Mr. Azalea, and Coolong may have, in fact, enjoyed their performance, and might have enjoyed playing the violin again even with viola violins.

    "Nonetheless, she was concerned that Azalesa was acting seriously, and said, 'If you guys guys want it, you guys can make it. If you guys want to use it, don't put it out,'" a public affairs officer for the city of Sweetwater said.

    192p July 13: A man suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome, 38, was found dead at the western end of Twin Pines Cemetery. NBC Chicago reports that he lived across the street from the cemetery, in a house with three bedrooms. We know his name, he had a gun and he has been on the street for five days, trying to pass drugs.

    208p July 14: Charging documents filed in a fatal shooting at the West Indian restaurant in Chicago indicate that 10 people were shot and seven were injured, a statement issued to Reuters by the Cook County Sheriff's Office told the Associated Press. The shooting reportedly took place at about 7:45 p.m. that day.

    212p July 15: It has been alleged that Sweetland barbershop owner Amy Von Ahe, 45, of Lake Huron, was shot and killed after she made trouble with a customer at the barber shop she owned at the corner of Lecco and West 6th Streets. VonAhe had been in the barbers shop to hide from an alleged gang member in the employ of her boyfriend.

    167p July 16: A Manhattan man shot two cops as they drove him to the hospital, police say, after they took the veteran from his living room to the emergency room. Vacant restaurant patrons, civilians and officers are believed to have been involved in the shooting, which happened around 9:15 p. m. near the 14th and Madison Streenses.

    Ethan Lindsay (State of Wyoming)

    City of myrtle beach police reports said officers ran into a home on the waterfront near City Hall early Monday. No one was injured.

    Ballots have been handed out at the polls in the 47th District for the November special election for the seat vacated by incumbent Republican Lieutenant Gregory Torres.

    Fourteen precincts in downtown Oakland are closed to the public due to the ongoing police shootings. For the first time in decades voters are not allowed to vote in a federal election. Some precinct headquarters have been closed at 10 p.m.

    Election day is Tuesday, November 8.

    The 43rd District in BART, Shoreline & Westside is one of five precinct areas currently closed in Oak Bay.

    Along Crosstown BART street in the West Oaklands, voters will be able to go to their polling place on Monday. All precinct closings remain until the end of voting at 8 p. m. on Tuesday. This election will be one of the closest since the election of Mayor Bill de Blasio.

    Other voting districts are:

    As of 12:30 am Monday, 28th District voters can vote in many of the 20 precinct pockets closed and closed by election officials. The voters of those precinct's area are not free to vote as the door to polling station is not open for long.

    At the open Pittsburg County Courthouse, voting is open until 2:30 p.M. on Monday, and at the court martial tent in the Palace of the Legal Mayors on Wednesday.

    With 3,555 votes cast in the district, Democratic incumbents Greg Duckworth and Nicole Spettaloro are receiving the most votes on the ballot in the state, with 40.71 percent of the vote and 26.39 percent of total votes. In the race for the general election, the incumbency is irrelevant with the race deciding the outcome.

    Head of the Department of Conservation and Recreation Amanda Valeri is also seeking the swearing in. Valerian was a candidate in 2023, and she did not finish the primary. She has no opponents to speak of.

    Kane Washington (Gwent)

    City of myrtle beach police reports were unavailable Saturday, but one has confirmed Cincinnati police said a man walked into the bar and got into fight with multiple employees. He then went back to his vehicle, a white Ford Crown Victoria, and crashed into a nearby cyclist.

    Deputy Chief Dana Rodenhorn of Cincy police said the injuries were reported to a 911 caller as a 19-year-old man was driving a racing bike at South Costa Drive.

    During that call, the man's voice sounded very androgynous and was "concerned and surprised," Rodenholst said.

    A total of 11 people were injured as a result of the shooting. As of 8:30 p.m., seven people remained in hospital, including a female victim who had been treated for non-life threatening injuries.

    "Police received the call about what seemed like a random vehicle hitting a cyclists. We met the victim and the victim was with a few friends who thought she was bicycling. She was taken into custody and she was released the next morning," Rodhenholst continued.

    The victim is not sure how the incident happened to her but she heard shots fired before a police officer arrived.

    Karla Brady, the reporter at the Cincina Morning News, said she heard three shots and could tell that the police were in the area and that the suspect had followed police until he was stopped.

    She says that while she was standing by the phone talking to another reporter, she saw a man waving at her and look at her eyes.

    Rodenhholst wouldn't say whether the man had a gun in his hand, but said the suspect was described as a white male in a red shirt.

    Police have said that there have been no reports of a previous background check on the driver of the car.

    “Police believe the driver was hometed and has not been arrested,” Rodenhehrow told a man returning from a shopping trip who was not named. "The driver has not admitted to police having a weapon. The driver has no prior dealings with criminal activity, and was lucky to avoid serious injury. He was allegedly trying to run right off the road.


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