Suspect in fatal shooting of Police Chief Michael Maloney dies after New Hampshire standoff (AP) GREENLAND, N.H. - A man suspected of killing a New Hampshire police chief and wounding four other officers was found dead along with a female acquaintance early Friday, ending an overnight standoff that plunged a small town into fear and grief. 04/13/2012 - 12:03 am | View Link
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They went to some places in the world where American soldiers are seldom seen, where Kirundi and Swahili are spoken more than English, where the way of life is much different than the UNLV campus where they walk around in camouflaged uniforms that student ROTC cadets wear to become Army officers.
The man who police say rolled into a Stamford jewelers in a wheelchair in August and then ran out with a Rolex, macing a store clerk and knocking down a security guard on the way, was picked up by New Rochelle, N. Y. police Friday during a domestic disturbance in that city.
Conklin said Johnson, who has about 20 criminal convictions in New York for a variety of crimes, including assault on a police officer and sexual assault, was picked up sometime Friday night by New Rochelle police after they were dispatched to a domestic disturbance.
Using one of Johnson's more recent mug shots from New York, police put together a photo lineup using pictures of similar looking men and showed the pictures to store employees, who quickly picked out Johnson's picture and identified him as the Rolex robber.
With that information, police were able to obtain the signature of a judge on an arrest warrant, which was then lodged in the FBI's National Crime Information Center, which alerted New Rochelle police that Stamford wanted him when he was arrested Friday, Conklin said.
BAGHDAD — Iraq's outgoing prime minster pledged Monday to turn his country into "a big grave" for Sunni militants from the Islamic State group and commended security forces who achieved a rare victory over insurgents by ending the siege of a Shiite town.
This week they pounced on President Obama for saying he had “no plan yet” on dealing with Islamic State militants. These same warmongers hammered Obama for announcing his plan for withdrawal from Iraq and Afghanistan.