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“Who’s scared of the coronavirus?” Cody Lee Pfister says to the camera before licking a row of deodorant sticks on a Walmart store shelf.
The female suspect allegedly shouted “I have the coronavirus” before coughing what the police report called “copious amounts of saliva” into an EMT's face.
Officers said the 24-year-old suspect appeared intoxicated and kept ranting about COVID-19.
The 25-year-old man allegedly told a Secret Service officer that he was there to "assassinate" the president.
Several historical markers in Plymouth, Massachusetts, were defaced with graffiti.
Weinstein’s lawyer will likely try to use these messages to discredit the accusers. But contacting an abuser is common survivor behavior.
Dozens of women have accused the producer of sexual misconduct, but his New York trial focuses on two alleged incidents.
Alex Friedmann has spent years working to improve prison conditions for incarcerated people. He now faces two felony charges.
As Jessica Mann broke down during cross-examination, the disgraced film executive reportedly was seen "sleeping at times."
The clarification comes after last month's confusion over whether the footage had been preserved.
Police say a 51-year-old employee of the brewery opened fire on his co-workers, killing five people before turning the gun on himself.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo called the attack an “act of domestic terrorism.”
A sixth woman accusing the former producer of sexual assault testified in order to help prosecutors paint him as a serial abuser.
"I made the wrong decision and it is one I deeply regret," said New York Assembly Minority Leader Brian Kolb.
An officer was shot in a police precinct Sunday morning, just hours after another officer was shot in a patrol van, authorities said.
The state executed Nathaniel Woods, 43, after unsuccessful appeals from supporters who said Woods was innocent.
Nathaniel Woods didn't pull the trigger but was an accomplice in the murders of three police officers in 2004, according to prosecutors.
Carter had defended that text messages she sent encouraging her boyfriend to kill himself were protected by the First Amendment.
The arrests come a month after an active-duty sailor shot three civilian employees at the base's naval shipyard, killing two of them.