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louisiana sheriff's deputy shot, killed while on-duty


baton rouge, la. — a sheriff's deputy in louisiana is dead after being shot near a movie theater in baton rouge while on duty.local news outlets report that the east baton rouge sheriff's office deputy was rushed to the hospital after being shot late saturday. reports say he and another deputy were conducting an investigation when the shooting occurred.a suspect was shot and injured and taken to a hospital.the new orleans advocate (http://bit.ly/2nznum0 ) quoted east baton rouge sheriff's office spokeswoman casey rayborn hicks as saying the louisiana state police would conduct the investigation. the slain deputy's identity was not released.






louisiana sheriff's deputy shot, killed while on-duty


baton rouge, la. — a sheriff's deputy in louisiana is dead after being shot near a movie theater in baton rouge, police said sunday.the east baton rouge sheriff's office deputy was rushed to the hospital after being shot while on duty late saturday, louisiana state police spokesman bryan lee told local media outlets. the deputy was was conducting an investigation with another deputy at a strip mall near the amc movie theater when the shooting occurred.lee said the deputies were not responding to a call for service.a suspect was shot and injured and taken to a hospital. the condition of the suspect was unavailable.baton rouge mayor-president sharon weston broome and police chief carl dabadie asked for prayers for the slain deputy's family."i think we are a very praying community and i think






louisiana sheriff's deputy shot, killed while on-duty


baton rouge, la. — a sheriff's deputy in louisiana is dead after being shot near a barber shop in baton rouge, authorities said sunday.the east baton rouge sheriff's office deputy was rushed to the hospital after being shot while on duty late saturday, louisiana state police spokesman bryan lee told local media outlets. the deputy was conducting an investigation with another deputy when the shooting occurred near classic cuts barber shop.a suspect was shot and injured and taken to a hospital. the condition of the suspect was unavailable.baton rouge mayor-president sharon weston broome and police chief carl dabadie asked for prayers for the slain deputy's family."i think we are a very praying community and i think that thoughts and prayers are needed here and we come together just like we a






louisiana sheriff's deputy shot, killed while on-duty


a sheriff's deputy in louisiana is dead after being shot near a movie theater in baton rouge, police said sunday.east baton rouge sheriff's office deputy shawn t. anderson was rushed to the hospital after being shot while on duty late saturday, spokeswoman casey rayborn hicks said in a news release. anderson, 43, was conducting an investigation with another deputy at a strip mall near the amc movie theater when the shooting occurred."our hearts are broken as we grieve for one of our brothers," sheriff sid gautreaux said.louisiana state police spokesman bryan lee told local media outlets that the deputies were not responding to a call for service.a suspect was shot and injured and taken to a hospital. the condition of the suspect was unavailable.anderson began working at the east baton roug






louisiana sheriff's deputy shot, killed while on-duty


baton rouge, la. — a sheriff's deputy in louisiana is dead after being shot near a movie theater in baton rouge, police said sunday.east baton rouge sheriff's office deputy shawn t. anderson was rushed to the hospital after being shot while on duty late saturday, spokeswoman casey rayborn hicks said in a news release. anderson, 43, was conducting an investigation with another deputy at a strip mall near the amc movie theater when the shooting occurred."our hearts are broken as we grieve for one of our brothers," sheriff sid gautreaux said.louisiana state police spokesman bryan lee told local media outlets that the deputies were not responding to a call for service.a suspect was shot and injured and taken to a hospital. the condition of the suspect was unavailable.anderson began working at






baton rouge police officer injured in deadly ambush sues black lives matter


cbs/apjuly 7, 2017, 1:37 pm15photospolice pay respects during funeral services for baton rouge police cpl. montrell jackson at the living faith christian center in baton rouge, la., monday, july 25, 2016.  patrick dennis / ap baton rouge, la. -- a federal lawsuit accuses black lives matter and five of the movement's leaders of inciting violence that led to a gunman's deadly ambush of police officers in baton rouge last summer.deray mckesson and four other black lives matter leaders are named as defendants in the suit filed friday on behalf of one of the officers wounded in the july 17, 2016, attack by a black military veteran, gavin eugene long, who killed three other officers before he was shot dead.the suit doesn't name the plaintiff, but its description matches east baton rouge parish s






two juveniles, ages 12 and 13, arrested in connection to fatal shooting of 13-ye


baton rouge, la. -- a 13-year-old and a 12-year-old were arrested saturday in connection to the fatal shooting of a 13-year-old on friday, east baton rouge parish sheriff's office said.deputies say a 13-year-old was charged with negligent homicide and a 12-year-old was charged with possession of a firearm. they were both booked into juvenile detention, cbs affiliate wafb reports.officials with the east baton rouge parish sheriff's office say that zion barthelemy, 13, was shot at around 7:30 p.m. friday. the shooting appeared to be accidental, the advocate reports. zion's mother told the advocate that the two people arrested were her two of her son's best friends. barthelemy was transported to a local hospital in critical condition, where he later died from the injury he sustained.






police arrest 7 at protest on anniversary of deadly shooting


baton rouge, la. (ap) — seven people have been arrested outside baton rouge police department headquarters during a protest on the anniversary of a deadly police shooting in louisiana’s capital.baton rouge police sgt. l’jean mckneely jr. says four men and three women were arrested wednesday on misdemeanor charges, including resisting an officer, after they entered a barricaded area and refused to leave.mckneely says an officer was hurt when he was shot in the forearm by a stun gun. it wasn’t clear who stunned him.the advocate reports most of the protesters who marched to police barricades are members of the new black panther party.most read storiessave over 90% on select subscriptions.last summer, nearly 200 protesters were arrested in baton rouge after a white officer fatally shot alton s






baton rouge police shooter left behind suicide note, prayer: da's report


baton rouge, la. -- the military veteran who killed three law enforcement officers in baton rouge last summer left behind a suicide note, a prayer from an islamic holy book and an online trail of his rage against police. two days after a white police officer shot and killed a black man in louisiana's capital, gavin long searched the internet for addresses, phone numbers and other personal information belonging to the two officers involved in the july 5 shooting of alton sterling, a prosecutor's report revealed friday. less than two weeks later, the 29-year-old black man from kansas city, missouri, traveled to baton rouge and ambushed law enforcement officers outside a convenience store and car wash near police headquarters. armed with a semi-automatic rifle that he legally purchased, long






district attorney issuing report on deadly attack on police


baton rouge, la. (ap) — last summer, a military veteran who was angry over the police treatment of black men ambushed law enforcement officers in baton rouge, killing three and wounding three before a sniper fatally shot him.on friday, district attorney hillar moore iii planned to hold a news conference to release videos and a report on the july 17 rampage. moore’s office reviews all fatal police shootings in the parish to determine whether a killing was legally justified, though in this case there has been no suggestion that officers acted inappropriately.police said gavin long, a 29-year-old black man from kansas city, missouri, sought out law enforcement when he attacked the officers that sunday morning. long killed baton rouge officers montrell jackson, 32, and matthew gerald, 41, and






district attorney issuing report on deadly attack on police


baton rouge, la. — last summer, a military veteran who was angry over the police treatment of black men ambushed law enforcement officers in baton rouge, killing three and wounding three before a sniper fatally shot him.on friday, district attorney hillar moore iii planned to hold a news conference to release videos and a report on the july 17 rampage. moore's office reviews all fatal police shootings in the parish to determine whether a killing was legally justified, though in this case there has been no suggestion that officers acted inappropriately.police said gavin long, a 29-year-old black man from kansas city, missouri, sought out law enforcement when he attacked the officers that sunday morning. long killed baton rouge officers montrell jackson, 32, and matthew gerald, 41, and east






officer wounded in deadly ambush sues black lives matter


baton rouge, la. (ap) — a federal lawsuit accuses black lives matter and several movement leaders of inciting violence that led to a gunman’s deadly ambush of law enforcement officers in baton rouge last summer.deray mckesson and four other black lives matter leaders are named as defendants in the suit filed friday on behalf of one of the officers wounded in the july 17 attack by a black military veteran, who killed three other officers before he was shot dead.the suit doesn’t name the officer, but its description of the plaintiff matches east baton rouge parish sheriff’s deputy nicholas tullier, who was has been at a houston rehabilitation hospital since november.the same attorneys who filed friday’s suit previously sued black lives matter and mckesson on behalf of a baton rouge police of






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state police: wounded suspect linked to deputy's death dies


baton rouge, la. — louisiana state police say a wounded suspect linked to the weekend shooting death of a sheriff's deputy has died.trooper bryan lee said 30-year-old brandon wiley died tuesday afternoon. wiley had been hospitalized since saturday night's fatal shooting of east baton rouge parish sheriff's deputy shawn anderson.wiley also was shot.wiley was never charged in anderson's death. however, online records show that he was arrested that night and faced charges of first-degree rape and resisting an officer.the sheriff's office said the 43-year-old anderson was fatally shot at a strip mall while conducting an investigation with another deputy.lee said state police are still not ready to release details of the investigation — including details on the weapon or weapons involved.






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share storyby the associated pressthe associated pressbaton rouge, la. (ap) — ap source: justice department won’t charge officers in killing of black man by baton rouge police in videotaped struggle.the associated presscustom-curated news highlights, delivered weekday mornings.thanks for signing up!






high school quarterback shot dead days before graduation


baton rouge, la. -- authorities say a baton rouge high school quarterback who was set to graduate this week was fatally shot.news outlets report baton rouge police department spokesman sgt. l'jean mckneely says 18-year-old bryant lee was fatally shot in the head saturday morning in north baton rouge. two other victims suffered minor injuries.ken hilton, head football coach at mckinley, told cbs affiliate wafb lee was on his way home after a party."it's a sad day when you lose a member of your family like this," hilton said. wafb 9 news baton rouge, louisiana news, weather, sportslee was previously shot in the leg in a drive-by shooting in november, hilton said.hilton says lee had a 3.5-grade point average and was set to graduate wednesday. hilton told wafb lee was looking forward to attend






2 dozen arrested during alton sterling protest in louisiana


baton rouge, la. -- roughly two dozen members of the new black panther party were arrested on wednesday during a protest that was held to mark the one year anniversary of the death of alton sterling. cbs affiliate wafb-tv reports the group was asked to leave baton rouge police department headquarters shortly after 1 p.m. because they didn't have a permit to protest. "you can protest, you can do what you need to do, we just ask that you do it in an orderly way," said sgt. l'jean mckneely, jr., a media spokesman for the department told the group. but chaos erupted. authorities say several individuals attempted to "storm the police barricade that was placed on the driveway" outside of police headquarters. a protester was arrested outside of baton rouge police department headquarters on wednes






woman helps officer in fight by jumping on suspect’s back


baton rouge, la. (ap) — a louisiana woman is being hailed as a hero after police say she saw an officer struggling with a suspect and jumped on the man’s back to help the officer subdue him.the advocate reports (http://bit.ly/2layj4d ) 56-year-old vickie williams-tillman was driving to a store sunday morning, with gospel music on her radio, when she spotted the baton rouge officer and the suspect.baton rouge police spokesman sgt. l’jean mckneely says the suspect grabbed the officer’s baton and repeatedly bashed him on the head with it, and also tried to grab the officer’s gun.police say that after williams-tillman jumped on the man’s back, police backup arrived and the suspect was apprehended after being shot with a stun gun.most read storiessave 75% on digital access today.baton rouge may






ap sources: no federal charges for baton rouge officers


baton rouge, la. — the justice department's decision not to charge two white baton rouge police officers in the shooting death of a black man may not be the final legal chapter in the case.the department's decision doesn't preclude state authorities from conducting their own investigation of alton sterling's fatal shooting last summer and pursuing their own criminal charges in the case.a person familiar with the justice department's decision disclosed it to the associated press on tuesday. the person was not authorized to talk publicly about the decision and spoke to the ap on condition of anonymity.dozens of people gathered tuesday outside the store where sterling was shot and killed during a struggle with the two officers in july. they held hands and prayed before urging state authoritie






3 years in prison for ex-day car owner in hot vehicle death


baton rouge, la. (ap) — a former louisiana day care owner will serve three years in prison after pleading guilty to a negligent homicide charge arising from the death of a toddler left in a hot van.state district judge lou daniel on friday sentenced 49-year-old shelia newman of baton rouge to five years in prison — with two of those years suspended — for the death of 22-month-old angel green in june 2015.east baton rouge parish district attorney hillar moore says daniel also ordered newman to pay more than $6,000 in restitution, perform 300 hours of community service and pay for grief counseling for the victim’s mother.police say newman, who was the owner of an unlicensed daycare, left green in a hot van after returning with a group of children from lunch.most read storiesunlimited digital






police: man injured when tornado touches down in louisiana


baton rouge, la. — authorities say at least one person has been injured after a tornado touched down in louisiana.police sgt. l'jean mckneely jr. in baton rouge said a man was taken to a hospital after friday morning's storm flipped over his vehicle. mckneely said his injuries weren't considered life-threatening.national weather service meteorologist tim destri said the tornado also tore down power lines and caused some structural damage after it touched down in baton rouge around 9 a.m. destri said the region could see additional showers and thunderstorms friday afternoon.on thursday, strong storms spawned one tornado, and possibly two in oklahoma. the storms stretched from northeast texas through the mid-atlantic states to the north carolina coast.also on thursday, a thunderstorm knocked






state charges still possible for baton rouge officers


baton rouge, la. — the justice department's decision not to charge two white baton rouge police officers in the shooting death of a black man may not be the final legal chapter in a case that reverberated far beyond louisiana's capital.the department's decision doesn't preclude state authorities from conducting their own investigation of alton sterling's fatal shooting last summer and pursuing their own criminal charges in the case.a person familiar with the justice department's decision disclosed it to the associated press on tuesday. the person was not authorized to talk publicly about the decision and spoke to the ap on condition of anonymity.dozens of people gathered tuesday evening outside the baton rouge convenience store where sterling was shot and killed during a struggle with the






‘this is not the end’: baton rouge police officers avoid federal charges in kill


baton rouge, la. – the justice department’s decision not to charge two white baton rouge police officers in the shooting death of a black man may not be the final legal chapter in a case that reverberated far beyond louisiana’s capital.the department’s decision doesn’t preclude state authorities from conducting their own investigation of alton sterling’s fatal shooting last summer and pursuing their own criminal charges in the case.a person familiar with the justice department’s decision disclosed it to the associated press on tuesday. the person was not authorized to talk publicly about the decision and spoke to the ap on condition of anonymity.dozens of people gathered tuesday evening outside the baton rouge convenience store where sterling was shot and killed during a struggle with the






police: man injured when tornado touches down in louisiana


baton rouge, la. — at least three tornadoes have touched down in louisiana, injuring at least one person.the national weather service confirms two ef-1 twisters hit baton rouge and the town of white castle in iberville parish with winds of about 90 mph, while an ef-0 tornado struck marrero in jefferson parish, packing winds of about 70 mph.meteorologist michael hill says friday's storms were the results of a cold front pushing east through the state.baton rouge police sgt. l'jean mckneely jr. said a man was taken to a hospital after friday morning's storm flipped his vehicle. mckneely said his injuries weren't considered life-threatening.national weather service meteorologist tim destri said the tornado also tore down power lines and caused some structural damage after it hit about 9 a.m.






timeline: events related to alton sterling's death


baton rouge, la. — federal prosecutors have decided not to bring charges against two white baton rouge police officers, blane salamoni and howie lake ii, in the july 2016 fatal shooting of alton sterling, a 37-year-old black man, outside a convenience store where he had been selling homemade cds.a timeline of events connected with his death:___— july 5, 2016: sterling was fatally shot during a struggle with salamoni and lake. cellphone video of sterling's shooting spreads quickly on social media, sparking days of protests.— july 6: the u.s. justice department opens a civil rights investigation, requested by gov. john bel edwards. hundreds gather in baton rouge to protest. in minnesota, a woman livestreams 10 minutes of video showing her boyfriend, philando castile, minutes after he was sho






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the latest: prosecutor details alton sterling investigation


baton rouge, la. — the latest on the shooting death of a black man involving two white police officers in baton rouge (all times local):1:45 p.m.a u.s. attorney says there is not enough evidence to pursue federal charges against two white officers in the police shooting death of a black man in baton rouge.u.s. attorney corey amundson said wednesday that the investigation into the death of alton sterling couldn't prove that the officers acted unreasonably and willfully.amundson says the officers' encounter with sterling happened in about 90 seconds. he says the investigation found that an officer shot sterling three times after saying that sterling was reaching for a gun in his pocket.the prosecutor says officer blane salamoni fired three more shots into sterling's back when he began to sit






ap sources: no federal charges for baton rouge officers


baton rouge, la. (ap) — the justice department’s decision not to charge two white baton rouge police officers in the shooting death of a black man may not be the final legal chapter in a case that reverberated far beyond louisiana’s capital.the department’s decision doesn’t preclude state authorities from conducting their own investigation of alton sterling’s fatal shooting last summer and pursuing their own criminal charges in the case.a person familiar with the justice department’s decision disclosed it to the associated press on tuesday. the person was not authorized to talk publicly about the decision and spoke to the ap on condition of anonymity.dozens of people gathered tuesday evening outside the baton rouge convenience store where sterling was shot and killed during a struggle with






the latest: lawyer: officer threatened sterling with gun


baton rouge, la. — the latest on the shooting death of a black man involving two white police officers in baton rouge (all times local):2:50 p.m.a lawyer for two of alton sterling's sons says the white officer who later shot sterling pointed a gun at the black man's head and threatened to shoot him before they struggled.attorney chris stewart told reporters wednesday that he was told in a meeting with department of justice officials that baton rouge police officer blane salamoni walked up to sterling, pointed a gun to his head and said "i'm going to shoot you, bitch."stewart provided that account shortly after a news conference where acting u.s. attorney corey amundson explained the decision not to prosecute salamoni or the other officer involved, howie lake ii.amundson identified salamoni






report: runner, age 101, takes women's record for age group


baton rouge, la. — a 101-year-old runner from louisiana who just took up the sport a year ago has set a woman's world record in the 100-yard dash for her age group, a newspaper reports.with a time of 39.62 seconds, julia hawkins established the record in the 100-yard dash for women 100 and older at this year's national senior games in birmingham, alabama, the advocate reported. she also competed in the 50-yard dash, besting competitors as young as 90 in 18.31 seconds while earning the nickname "hurricane hawkins," according to the paper based in the louisiana capital of baton rouge.hawkins began her competitive athletic career at age 75, entering as a bicyclist in national and state senior games. a graduate of louisiana state university, she had given herself a bicycle as a wedding present






state charges still possible for baton rouge officers in fatal shooting of alton


the justice department's decision not to charge two white baton rouge police officers in the shooting death of a black man may not be the final legal chapter in a case that reverberated far beyond louisiana's capital.the department's decision doesn't preclude state authorities from conducting their own investigation of alton sterling's fatal shooting last summer and pursuing their own criminal charges in the case.a person familiar with the justice department's decision disclosed it to the associated press on tuesday. the person was not authorized to talk publicly about the decision and spoke to the ap on condition of anonymity.dozens of people gathered tuesday evening outside the baton rouge convenience store where sterling was shot and killed during a struggle with the two officers on jul






a list of police ambush killings in the us, its territories


a new york city police officer was killed in an ambush attack while sitting in a police rv early wednesday. police say officer miosotis familia was killed by alexander bonds, an ex-convict who ranted online about police getting away with killing people. authorities say officers fatally shot bonds after he pulled a gun on them.here's a look at other cases of ambushed police officers:___nov. 2, 2016a white man with a history of racial provocations and confrontations with police ambushed and fatally shot two white officers in separate attacks as they sat in their patrol cars in suburban des moines. scott michael greene pleaded guilty last month in the deaths urbandale officer justin martin, 24, and des moines sgt. anthony beminio, 38. he was sentenced to consecutive life prison terms.___july






the latest: lawyer for officer says client relieved


baton rouge, la. — the latest on the shooting death of a black man involving two white police officers in baton rouge (all times local):3:10 p.m.a lawyer for the white baton rouge police officer who shot and killed a black man during a struggle last summer says his client is relieved the justice department isn't charging him with a federal crime.john mclindon, blane salamoni's attorney, told the associated press he spoke to the officer wednesday after the justice department announced its decision in the investigation of alton sterling's fatal shooting on july 5. he says the "stress of the unknown" has been hard on salamoni and his family while they wait for the investigation to conclude.mclindon says he can't discuss the evidence in the case due to a pending state investigation. but he exp






feds won't charge baton rouge cops in killing of black man last summer


the justice department has decided not to bring charges against the officers involved in the death of alton sterling, whose videotaped shooting by police in baton rouge, la., last summer led to unrest across the city, according to four people familiar with the matter. the department is also expected to soon reveal that it has closed the probe.the officers are white and the victim was a black man.the case would be the first time under attorney general jeff sessions that the department has publicly declined to prosecute officers investigated for possible wrongdoing in a high-profile case.sterling's death last summer sparked tense protests. president barack obama weighed in, declaring his confidence in the justice department and remarking, "we have seen tragedies like this too many times."the






nba youngboy' releases his "untouchable" video


now that youngboy is a free man, the north baton rouge native wastes no time with feeding new content to fans. last night (may 30), 38 baby (that’s one of youngboy’s aliases) released the brand new visuals to his contemplative track, “untouchable.”read: ear to the streets: 5 rappers on the risein the straight-to-video clip, the 17-year-old is seen on facetime with meek mill, who tells the rookie rapper: “you gotta to move or die.” youngboy and meek appear to be in the middle of a discussion about collaborating on the song. during other scenes, youngboy can bee seen spending time with his two children, family and friends.read: premiere: mista cain and boosie badazz reflect on the come-up in “remember when”“i remember i wanted for to quit for so many times/but i know this moment’d come, now






justice department won't charge baton rouge cops in alton sterling's death


the death of alton sterling, whose videotaped shooting by police in baton rouge last summer prompted unrest across the city, and is planning to reveal in the next 24 hours that it has closed the probe, according to four people familiar with the matter.as of tuesday afternoon, the sterling family had yet to be informed by the justice department of the decision, and it is unclear how and when the department will announce its findings."we have not heard nor received an update and are unaware of any charges that may or may not be filed," said ryan julison, a spokesman for the sterling family's attorneys. "we have not received word, nor has the family been given any notice of upcoming updates regarding this case."the case will be the first time under attorney general jeff sessions that the depa






‘baby buttons’: widow gives birth to son of slain officer


baton rouge, la. (ap) — the widow of an officer killed in an ambush last summer in baton rouge has given birth to their son.wafb-tv reports (http://bit.ly/2o5kq1q ) that dechia (desh-uh) gerald wears her husband’s wedding ring on a necklace. she says that when she held their baby for the first time tuesday, he held tight to that ring.matthew gerald was one of two officers killed in the ambush. other officers called him “buttons,” and little falyn matthew gerald is already being called “baby buttons.”dechia gerald said in september that she believed she conceived just five days before the july 17 ambush by 29-year-old gavin long. she says, “every emotion you could imagine comes at one time, all at once, but it’s very exciting.”most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.