October 27, 2021

California woman missing at Zion National Park in Utah

ST. GEORGE, Utah – Officials at Zion National Park in Utah continue to search for a California mother who went missing last week, providing new information to the public on Tuesday.

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Officials at Zion National Park in Utah continue to search for a California mother who went missing last week, providing new information to the public on Tuesday.

Deputy Chief Ranger Andrew Fitzgerald and Chief of Interpretation Amanda Rolland held a press conference on the case of 38-year-old Holly Suzanne Courtier on the one-week mark of her disappearance, stressing that mild weather could increase the woman’s odds of survival

“Right now we are committed to finding Holly. We are going to keep searching as long as there are clues or leads,” Fitzgerald said. “We don’t have a predicted time when we would stop searching.”

Courtier rode a private shuttle to the Grotto area of Zion National Park and was hiking the Kayenta Trail, heading toward Emerald Pools around 1:30 pm on Oct. 6, according to a person riding the shuttle.She was supposed to

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LPD searches for man video recorded assaulting, forcing woman into a vehicle

Laredo police officers are looking for a man who was recorded beating, dragging and forcing a woman into a vehicle, authorities said on Tuesday afternoon.

Police officers were dispatched at about 2 a.m. Tuesday to an assault report in the intersection of Ejido and Laredo Street. A gray pickup pulled over on the side of the road. Then, a man exited the vehicle and began viciously attacking a female passenger.

Surveillance footage from the area recorded the man parking the pickup, possibly a Dodge Ram, and exiting the vehicle. He then opens the passenger door behind the driver side and strikes the female passenger four times.

“The male suspect then yanks the victim out from the backseat and throws her down onto the floor. Once on the floor, the male suspect is seen dragging the victim from her hair as he continues to strike and kick the victim,” police said

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Woman fires gun into occupied squad car in Cramerton

Police said the woman fired a gun into the car and hit a man who had recently been detained.

CRAMERTON, N.C. — Cramerton Police are investigating after a woman fired a gun into an occupied squad car, striking a man who had been detained. 

It happened at the Mlk Partners off Hampton Meadows Lane a little after 12:15 p.m. Tuesday.  Neighbors called police saying that there was a civil disturbance. When officials responded a man was detained at the scene and put in the back of a squad car. 

A woman from the same apartment where the man was detained was standing near the squad car, then allegedly fired a gun into the car. Police said she struck the man who had been detained. 

The man was taken to Caromont for medical treatment and was eventually transported to Atrium CMC in Charlotte. 

The woman has been detained. Police said she

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Woman dies after car crashes into Bay Area outdoor dining area

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Woman jumps from moving car in Worcester leading police to suspect in stabbing, kidnapping

As police headed to a report of a stabbing in Worcester Tuesday morning, they spotted a woman jump from a moving car. Police say the male driver of the car turned out to be the suspect in the stabbing.

Police were called to the area of 186 Stafford St. in Worcester around 12:45 a.m. for a report of a stabbing. Officers found a 26-year-old man who had been stabbed several times. The victim was taken to a nearby hospital and is expected to live.

“As additional officers responded to the incident, they observed a female jump from a moving vehicle in the vicinity of 3 Stafford Street,” police said.

The man driving the car ran but was caught by police.

“During the investigation, police learned that the male was the suspect of the stabbing incident,” police said. “Officers seized a knife from the suspect. He was also in possession Suboxone

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Joliet Woman Wins Chicago White Sox Car In Charity Raffle

JOLIET, IL —For thousands of Chicago White Sox fans, the team’s first trip to the American League playoffs in 12 years was a memorable one and brought lots of pride. Now, one Joliet resident will displaying her Chicago White Sox pride as she cruises around the City of Champions for the next several years.

On Monday, the Chicago White Sox public relations department notified Joliet Patch that Sherrie Janovsky is the winner of the 2020 Chicago White Sox Charities Car Raffle, presented by Mazda of Orland Park.

“Janovsky will be cruising around Joliet in a unique, fan-designed White Sox-themed Mazda CX-30, and we’re hopeful she’ll drive the new wheels to 35th and Shields sometime soon to celebrate the 2021 season,” the White Sox announced.

Janovsky will be presented with her new car at a ceremony later this week at the Mazda of Orland Park.

“I am thrilled to have

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Woman in critical condition after being hit by vehicle in Wheeling

A woman remained in critical condition Sunday after being struck by a car in Wheeling, police said.

The crash occurred about 10:45 p.m. Friday on the 1400 block of East Lake-Cook Road, near a vehicle entrance to the Walmart there.



The woman was walking from the north side of the road to the south side when she was struck by an eastbound car, Wheeling Deputy Police Chief Joseph Licari said.

She was taken by ambulance to Advocate Condell Medical Center in Libertyville, where she remained Sunday, police said.

The driver cooperated with investigators and no tickets have been issued, Licari said.

“At this time, there is nothing indicative of anything beyond a terrible crash,” he said in an email.


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Bridgeport Police: Woman hit by car, seriously injured

A Bridgeport woman suffered a serious head injury when she was struck by a car while crossing Park Avenue Friday night.

Police responded to a call reporting a serious crash involving a pedestrian at the intersection of Park Avenue and Olive

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Batavia woman struck by car, killed in Brown County Saturday


A 37-year-old woman is dead after being hit by a car in Brown County on Saturday, according to the Ohio State Highway Patrol. 

The incident happened around 7:52 p.m. Troopers say a woman was walking northbound lane on U.S. 68 when the driver of a 2019 Chevrolet Silverado hit her. Missy L. Dickerson, of Batavia, was pronounced dead at the scene.

The driver, Seth Smalley, 37, of Mount Orab, was wearing a seatbelt and was not injured. 

Troopers say Dickerson was

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