A caravan of vehicles carrying supporters of President Donald Trump will travel to Winston-Salem on Saturday, an organizer said Friday. Trump supporters will gather at 9 a.m. on Saturday at 311 Speedway in Pine Hall in southeastern Canada. Stokes County, said Paul Simpson, an organizer of what he described as the Trump train. A procession of trucks, cars and motorcycles is expected to leave the expressway at 10:30 a.m., said Simpson, who lives in the county. rural town of Guilford. The trailer will pass through Madison, Stokesdale, Walkertown, Winston-Salem, High Point, Archdale and Summerfield, said Simpson, who declined to reveal the specific route the trailer will take, citing safety concerns for attendees. onto Salem Parkway in Winston-Salem and turn left onto Peters Creek Parkway South, Simpson said. The trailer can also pass through Lexington, Simpson said. Drivers of the vehicles will be in the headlines and flashing lights as they travel, he said. Participants back Trump, a Republican, running for re-election against Democratic challenger Joe Biden. The group also supports Republican candidates for governor, lieutenant governor and congressional seats, Simpson said. .
FLEETWOOD, Pa. – About a month and a half ago, in Lancashire, England, in the coastal town of Fleetwood, a teenager with suicidal thoughts sent a message to the Fleetwood Police Department Facebook page.
His desperate state of mind prevented him from realizing that the message was spreading across one continent, to Fleetwood, Berks County, and caught the attention of Chief of Police Steven Stinsky.
Stinsky got engaged to the teen on Facebook Messenger.
“I started looking at social media,” Stinsky recalls. “I finally found the subject’s Facebook page, and based on the vernacular he used in conversation, it wasn’t long before I realized that he was actually across the pond in Fleetwood, England, not Fleetwood, Pa.”
Realizing the person was in crisis, the chieftain continued to build relationships with him, while at the same time contacting his colleagues abroad.
“Everything he gave me, where he was going, I conveyed via email, by phone call or via SMS to the police in Lancashire,” said Stinsky.
“Very rarely do we get someone who is in a crisis right now and we depend on someone who is in another country intervening in the crisis on our behalf,” said Chief Inspector Gary Crowe in a statement. Lancashire Constabulary in England.
Stinsky’s conversation with the teen lasted three hours before he was safely detained for help. It’s a feat that earned Stinsky the UK’s highest honor for law enforcement, the Chief of Police Award.
Crowe said, to his knowledge, he could not remember when the award was given to someone overseas, but he said the most important thing was that lives were saved. Stinsky agrees.
“Someone who is in crisis, someone who is vulnerable and has nowhere else to turn, even if they are in the UK, can call a US police officer, and they are still doing the right thing,” said Crowe.
“It doesn’t matter if I text someone in the house across the street or send a message to someone across the ocean,” Stinsky said. “When everyone rows the boat in the same direction, good things happen.”
LaPorte Mayor Tom Dermody, a Republican, also rejected the idea that his city is not doing all it can to fight the coronavirus. “We take this pandemic very seriously and are sparing no effort to help protect the health and safety of our residents,” Dermody said. “Fighting COVID-19 is our # 1 priority, and we will do what we can to keep residents healthy while keeping the economy running.” In fact, according to the Chicago Travel Quarantine List, the COVID-19 infection rate for Illinois ranks higher than Indiana, which means travel from the rest of Illinois to Chicago, and from Chicago to Illinois, should also be subject to quarantine. Kristina Box, Indiana state health commissioner appointed by Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb, said even under the best of circumstances, cases of COVID-19 would intermittently increase and decrease. “We have times when we have more hot spots and other states, like Illinois, have times when they have more hot spots,” Box said. “What we continue to focus on here. as the state of Indiana, that’s what we know that works. ”Box said this includes the governor’s directive to wear masks in public places; follow social distancing guidelines, even in reopened restaurants and bars; asking people to stay home when they are sick; making COVID-19 testing widely available; and people who look for contacts who have been exposed to someone who tests positive for coronavirus.
An Amber Alert was issued for 10-year-old Breasia Terrell.
Department of public safety Iowa state issued a wanted list on Wednesday, July 15, at 12:41 am
Investigators believe Henry Earl Dinkins, 47, kidnapped a girl Davenport, who was missing since Friday.
Dinkins, a registered sex offender, was held in Scott prison for sex offender violations on Friday. The Davenport police called him a suspect in the case on Tuesday.
Terrell is described as 4’5″ and weighs 75 pounds. The last time she was seen in the 2700 block of East 53rd street, dressed in a white t-shirt and shorts and pink or white Slippers.
Police ask anyone with information to call the police Department Davenport.
An amber alert can only be activated law enforcement agencies, according to its website. “The purpose of the amber plan to safely recover missing children that law enforcement believe was kidnapped and are in danger of serious bodily harm or death. Activation of the Amber alert should not be used for runaway or parental abduction cases unless the child’s life in serious danger.”
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SCOTTSDALE, AZ (3TV / CBS 5) – Twelve people were arrested and millions of dollars in damage were left after violent protests late Saturday in Scottsdale. At least one attack was also reported.
According to the Scottsdale Police, hundreds of people protested in Scottsdale in Fashion Square and the surrounding area. Sunday night, the Scottsdale police released the name and age of twelve arrested; with one name withheld because they are under 18 years of age:
Taylor Clemons, 24 years old
Whitney Hannon who is 20 years old
Enrique Espinoza, 23 years old
Muhammad Ali 22 years old
Christian Poineau, 22 years old
Peyton Spence, 24 years old
Lamont Saunders, 22 years old
24-year-old Stephanie Nelson
Sabrin John Kamel Del, 24 years old
Alexander Bligh, 19 years old
Breanna Michelle Akins, 27 years old
Name withheld (17-year-old boy)
Our hearts are broken for our community. Now Scottsdale Fashion Square is closed. We will get through this together and we hope to see you soon. pic.twitter.com/jthIofUwu7
– Scottsdale Fashion Square (@ScottsdaleFS) May 31, 2020
“While some may indeed come to join what they believe to be peaceful protests, what is happening is not peaceful, or protest. It is a riot that sees several dozen people collectively damaging property in and near malls, breaking into businesses and pillaging interiors,” said Sergeant. Ben Hoster
Scottsdale was hit by loud protests late Saturday which created a lot of damage to retailers. Sunday morning, people lined up to help volunteers clean up after Fashion Square.
Law enforcement from Scottsdale, Mesa, Tempe, Chandler, Maricopa County and the Department of Public Security are in the area to help arrest any violator. There are no officers injured.
Investigators continue to assess the damage and have closed Scottsdale Fashion Square Mall and Camelback Road from Goldwater Blvd. to Scottsdale Road until further notice.
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