January 13, 2018
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Police pursued a Greyhound bus across the Wisconsin-Illinois border late Friday night after hearing reports that one passenger was behaving in a disorderly manner and possibly armed with a gun. A suspect was taken into custody around midnight, and about 40 other passengers were removed from the bus unharmed.

An ABC affiliate reported Saturday morning that the chase occurred because the subject hijacked the bus and threatened to kill his fellow passengers. The report quotes law enforcement saying they used spike strips to forcibly stop the bus. Greyhound said in a statement Saturday it is "fully cooperating with authorities as they work to get customers to safety." Bonnie Kristian

December 31, 2017
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Seven people were shot, one of them fatally, when officers from the Douglas County Sheriff's Office in Colorado, south of Denver, responded to a domestic dispute Sunday morning. Five of the people shot were sheriff's deputies, including the person who was killed. The shooter was also shot and is believed to be dead, and it is unclear at this time how serious the other injuries may be.

The shooting took place in an apartment complex, where residents were encouraged to shelter in place and avoid windows until the danger was over. An emergency shelter has been arranged for residents displaced by the violence until the investigation is completed. Bonnie Kristian

July 27, 2017
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A man on an Alaskan cruise killed his wife and tried to throw her body over the balcony, FBI documents released Thursday state.

The man, 39-year-old Kenneth Manzanares of Santa Clara, Utah, was found Tuesday night with blood all over him and his cabin on the Emerald Princess ship, and has been charged with murder. The FBI, which is handling the investigation because it took place in U.S. waters, said in its documents an unidentified man entered the cabin and saw Manzanares' wife, Kristy Manzanares, also 39, on the floor, with a major head wound. The man asked Kenneth Manzanares what happened, and Manzanares replied, "She would not stop laughing at me." The man also said Manzanares tried to drag his wife's body out of the room onto the balcony, but the man stopped him, the documents state.

Manzanares was detained by a ship security officer, and held in a cabin while the boat was rerouted to Juneau. Kristy Manzanares' company, Summit Sotheby's International Realty in St. George, Utah, told The Associated Press Manzanares was "a dedicated and loving mother who juggled her business schedule to make her children a top priority." Catherine Garcia

July 13, 2017
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A Pennsylvania man has confessed to killing four young men who went missing last week, his attorney said Thursday.

The disappearance of Bucks County residents Dean Finocchiaro, 19; Mark Sturgis, 22; Thomas Meo, 21; and Jimi Taro Patrick, 19, transfixed the state, with police, FBI agents, and U.S. marshals joining the search. Attorney Paul Lang announced that his client, Cosmo DiNardo, 20, had confessed to killing the men, and told police where they were buried. Lang also said his client agreed to plead guilty to four first-degree murder counts, and in exchange for his cooperation, prosecutors will not seek the death penalty. On Wednesday, police found a deep grave containing remains on a farm belonging to DiNardo's family, and authorities were able to identify some of the remains as belonging to Finocchiaro.

A person with knowledge of DiNardo's confession told The Associated Press DiNardo is a drug dealer and killed the men in separate incidents after selling them marijuana. He shot them, either in the head or back, and then burned their bodies at the farm. He claimed he felt threatened during the transactions, and the person told AP there was a co-conspirator involved in three of the deaths. He killed one of the men on July 5, and the rest on July 7. Sturgis and Meo worked together in construction, and Patrick, a student at Loyola University in Baltimore, went to high school with DiNardo, AP reports. Catherine Garcia

July 13, 2017
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Bucks County District Attorney Matthew Weintraub announced early Thursday that the remains of one of the four Pennsylvania men who vanished last week have been found.

Weintraub said the remains of Dean Finocchiaro, 19, of Middletown were discovered in an "approximately 12-and-a-half-foot, deep grave. We have painstakingly dug with a lot of care not to damage any potential evidence." Additional human remains were also found but have not yet been identified, he added. Since they went missing last week, local and state police, FBI agents, and U.S. marshals have been searching for Finocchiaro, Jimi Patrick, 19, Mark Sturgis, 22, and Tom Meo, 21.

Police have identified Cosmo DiNardo, 20, as a person of interest in their disappearance; he allegedly stole Meo's car and attempted to sell it, and is now being held on $5 million bail. Authorities said they are focusing their search for the missing men on a farm in Solebury Township owned by DiNardo's family. "We're going to see this investigation to the end and we're going to bring each and every one of these lost boys home to their families one way or another," Weintraub said. "And we will not rest until we do that." Catherine Garcia

July 1, 2017
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At least 28 people were injured but none killed in a shooting at a nightclub in Little Rock, Arkansas, early Saturday morning. "We do NOT believe this incident was an active shooter or terror-related incident. It appears to have been a dispute at a concert," said a tweeted statement from the Little Rock Police Department.

The incident at the Ultra Power Lounge happened around 2:30 a.m. on the club's second floor. Early reports indicate it was a spontaneous exchange of gunfire rather than a single shooter. Victims are being treated at local hospitals, and the police investigation is ongoing.

This post has been updated throughout. Bonnie Kristian

June 21, 2017
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A Canadian man has been charged with committing violence at an airport after he allegedly stabbed a police officer in the neck Wednesday morning at the Bishop International Airport in Flint, Michigan.

The suspect has been identified as Amor Ftouhi of Quebec, and in the criminal complaint, it says Ftouhi used a large knife to stab Lt. Jeff Neville, and yelled, "Allahu akbar." The FBI is leading the investigation into the incident, which is being looked at as a possible act of terrorism, and said Ftouhi made a comment about people being killed in Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan, and "we are all going to die."

The criminal complaint also said Ftouhi asked one of the officers who came to subdue him after the attack why he didn't kill him. Neville is in stable condition. Catherine Garcia

June 15, 2017
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Cellmates from a Georgia prison who shot and killed two correctional officers on a transport bus Tuesday were captured in Tennessee on Thursday, authorities said.

Donnie Russel Rowe, who was serving a sentence of life without parole for armed robbery, and Ricky Dubose, serving 20 years for armed robbery, were able to get by a protective gate and disarm officers Christopher Monica, 42, and Curtis Billue, 58. The officers were shot and killed, but authorities said they are not sure which inmate pulled the trigger. "Both officers were known for their unwavering commitment to their job and their love of family," the Georgia Department of Corrections said in a statement.

Rowe and Dubose then got off the bus and allegedly carjacked another vehicle, police said. On Thursday, officers in Tennessee saw a vehicle believed to have been carjacked, and a chase began, with speeds reaching more than 100 mph. Two police vehicles were shot at during the pursuit, and after the suspects' car crashed, they ran through the woods, where they ultimately surrendered to authorities. No injuries were reported. Earlier in the day, the sheriff of Putnam County, Georgia, Howard Sills, said that with Rowe and Dubose on the loose, the public was in "grave danger." Catherine Garcia

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