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minneapolis man pleads guilty in uptown shooting that paralyzed victim


a minneapolis man pleaded guilty monday to shooting a man and leaving him paralyzed in an uptown bar fight last summer.eddie arlondoe burch, 30, faced first-degree assault charges after shooting the 21-year-old victim in the back at bar louie last june. in exchange for admitting to the act, he could receive a maximum sentence of nine years and nine months in prison, according to the hennepin county attorney’s office.according to the criminal complaint, a bar louie employee called police to report a fight at the bar at 1348 lagoon ave. on june 17. when authorities arrived, they found the victim lying on the ground with a gunshot wound to the back.officers spoke with the victim at the scene. he said burch walked up to him and started talking, and then without warning grabbed the victim’s fac






man charged in uptown minneapolis bar shooting that left another paralyzed


prosecutors have charged a minneapolis man in the shooting of another man, leaving him possibly paralyzed, during an altercation outside an uptown bar that apparently started over an unwanted kiss.eddie burch, 30, was arrested while fleeing the scene of the shooting monday, authorities said. he was later charged with first- and second-degree assault and held on $250,000 bond.burch is suspected of shooting the 21-year-old victim as he left bar louie after a confrontation between the two men in the popular uptown hangout spilled outside.the victim, whose name was not released, later told police that burch approached him in the bar and, without warning, kissed his face, according to court filings. the victim said he took it as a sign of disrespect, and a shoving match broke out with witnesses






man charged in uptown minneapolis bar shooting that left another paralyzed


prosecutors have charged a minneapolis man in the shooting of another man, leaving him possibly paralyzed, during an altercation outside an uptown bar that apparently started over an unwanted kiss.eddie burch, 30, was arrested while fleeing the scene of the shooting monday, authorities said. he has later charged with first- and second-degree assault, and held on $250,000 bond.a message left for his court-assigned attorney wasn’t immediately returned wednesday afternoon.burch is suspected of shooting the 21-year-old victim as he left bar louie, after a confrontation between the two men in the popular uptown hangout spilled outside.the victim later told police that burch approached him in the bar and, without warning, and kissed his face, according to court filings. the victim said he took i






guilty plea in shooting that left victim paralyzed


rapid city, s.d. (ap) — a piedmont man has pleaded guilty to shooting his friend, causing injuries that left him paralyzed.forty-nine-year-old michael wisecarver pleaded guilty tuesday to aggravated assault and commission of a felony with a firearm in a plea agreement with the state. wisecarver says he doesn’t remember shooting chad arnold in the driveway of his home in rapid city last july rafter becoming intoxicated. kota-tv reports arnold told police he saw wisecarver shoot him from the driver side window of a truck. arnold was shot in the left arm and the bullet ended up lodged against his spine. he was left in his driveway overnight.___most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.information from: kota-tv, http://www.kotatv.com






17-year-old boy seriously wounded in uptown shooting


a 17-year-old boy was victim was seriously wounded in a shooting saturday afternoon on the north side in the uptown neighborhood, chicago police said.according to preliminary reports, the shooting happened about 4:50 p.m. in the 4400 block of north magnolia avenue.the boy suffered a wound to the head and someone drove him to thorek hospital, where he was in critical condition, police said. he was being transferred to advocate illinois masonic medical center.check back for more details.






st. paul man gets 8 years for shooting victim in face at minneapolis bus stop


a st. paul man will spend the next eight years in prison for shooting a man in the face at a north minneapolis bus stop last summer.the sentence for anthony lamonte foote, 24, came after he pleaded guilty to second degree attempted murder in hennepin county district court. according to the criminal charges, witnesses saw foote and another man, anthony revon clay, 26, of robbinsdale, run from the bus stop after the shooting, leaving a man lying in the street with gun shot wound to his face.clay recently pleaded guilty to aiding an offender and will be sentenced on may 4. he is expected to receive 72 months in prison, according to the hennepin county attorney’s office.






boy and 2 men shot at uptown starbucks: 'this is just the one thing i prayed wou


the family's fears grew as they walked up to the starbucks in uptown and peered past the cops and crime tape thursday night.through a window decorated with orange paper leaves, they saw a man lying on a floor strewn with plastic cups and smeared with blood.  they recognized the jacket and the shoes."this is just the one thing i prayed would never happen," said shawn adams, 49, as detectives worked around the body of her son, sauvignon watkins, 28.  "he never ceased to make me laugh about something every single day."family photosauvignon watkins, 28, was identified as the victim of a shooting thursday, nov. 2, 2017, at an uptown starbucks.sauvignon watkins, 28, was identified as the victim of a shooting thursday, nov. 2, 2017, at an uptown starbucks. (family photo)police say watkins got int






boy and 2 men shot at uptown starbucks: 'this is just the one thing i prayed wou


the family's fears grew as they walked up to the starbucks in uptown and peered past the cops and crime tape thursday night.through a window decorated with orange paper leaves, they saw a man lying on a floor strewn with plastic cups and smeared with blood.  they recognized the jacket and the shoes."this is just the one thing i prayed would never happen," said shawn adams, 49, as detectives worked around the body of her son, sauvignon watkins, 28.  "he never ceased to make me laugh about something every single day."family photosauvignon watkins, 28, was identified as the victim of a shooting thursday, nov. 2, 2017, at an uptown starbucks.sauvignon watkins, 28, was identified as the victim of a shooting thursday, nov. 2, 2017, at an uptown starbucks. (family photo)police say watkins got int






1 struck by gunfire in afternoon minneapolis shooting


a person sitting in a van was struck by gunfire in a midafternoon shooting in north minneapolis’ jordan neighborhood, according to scanner reports.police were called to the area of n. 30th and irving avenues — near jordan park — on a shots fired report, according to scanner audio posted on the true north minneapolis and minneapolis scanner facebook pages. when they arrived, they found the victim in a blue van, bleeding from a gunshot wound, according to dispatchers. the victim’s condition wasn’t immediately known.the shooting occurred about 2:35 p.m., the reports said.police are currently investigating the incident.dispatchers described the suspect’s vehicle as a white jeep that was seen driving away from the scene, heading westbound on lowry avenue.






man pleads not guilty to shooting motorcyclist, woman


boston (ap) — a boston man has pleaded not guilty to fatally shooting a motorcyclist on interstate 93 and later killing a woman inside his home.the boston globe reports that 30-year-old lance holloman pleaded not guilty in the suffolk superior court thursday to two counts of first-degree murder.police say holloman shot 32-year-old scott stevens jr., of taunton and the victim’s relative in september as they rode motorcycles on the highway. the relative survived.they say the body of 24-year-old michaela gingras, of manchester, new hampshire, was later found shot to death in holloman’s home.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.boston police officer monicka stinson, the mother of holloman’s child, was charged with lying to investigators about her contact with the man. stin






police seek suspect in shooting of woman at north minneapolis home


a woman suffered noncritical injuries when she was shot saturday afternoon at a north minneapolis residence.the shooting occurred at 2:45 p.m. on the 2800 block of emerson avenue n., according to minneapolis police. the victim, an adult, knows the suspect, who is being sought by police.the victim was taken to north memorial medical center, police said.investigators were talking to the victim and witnesses saturday. no other information was released.






former federal officer pleads guilty in wife’s killing


washington (ap) — a former federal officer convicted in a deadly shooting rampage has pleaded guilty to fatally shooting his estranged wife. the washington post reports that 64-year-old eulalio tordil pleaded guilty on monday to killing gladys tordil on may 5, 2016, in the parking lot of a high school in beltsville where she was picking up her daughters. beltsville is in prince george’s county.in april, tordil pleaded guilty to fatally shooting two strangers during apparent carjacking attempts, one outside a bethesda shopping mall and the other at a nearby shopping center. those shootings took place in montgomery county the day after tordil’s shooting.






17-year-old boy seriously wounded in uptown shooting


a 17-year-old boy was seriously wounded in a shooting saturday afternoon on the north side in the uptown neighborhood, chicago police said.according to preliminary reports, the shooting happened about 4:50 p.m. in the 4400 block of north magnolia avenue.the boy suffered a wound to the head and someone drove him to thorek hospital, where he was in critical condition, police said. he was being transferred to advocate illinois masonic medical center.check back for more details.






le sueur man pleads guilty to killing friend's grandfather


minneapolis — a le sueur man who has pleaded guilty to killing his friend's grandfather says he hid in the victim's basement for two days before he stabbed him.twenty-four-year-old nathan foth said he heard voices while he hid in a basement closet, but was no longer hearing them when he decided to kill 74-year-old allen retzer. in court tuesday, foth entered the plea to second-degree murder.foth said he stole a gun case, credit cards, money and a van after killing retzer last july. sentencing is scheduled for july 14.






shooting victim who died near webber park was minneapolis 18-year-old


the hennepin county medical examiner has identified the person shot to death saturday in north minneapolis as george pineda.officers found pineda, 18, of minneapolis, unresponsive and lying on the ground when they arrived in the area of webber parkway and lyndale avenue n. around 3:18 a.m. saturday. paramedics later pronounced him dead.witnesses said a man shot the victim while he was lying on the ground and then fled on foot, according to police.police said they believe the shooting stemmed from a robbery. they did arrest a suspect.






man sitting in van in minneapolis is shot in head and killed


a person sitting in a van was struck by gunfire in a midafternoon shooting in north minneapolis’ jordan neighborhood, according to scanner reports.police were called to the area of n. 30th and irving avenues — near jordan park — on a shots fired report, according to scanner audio posted on the true north minneapolis and minneapolis scanner facebook pages. when they arrived, they found the victim in a blue van, bleeding from a gunshot wound, according to dispatchers. the victim’s condition wasn’t immediately known.the shooting occurred about 2:35 p.m., the reports said.police are currently investigating the incident.dispatchers described the suspect’s vehicle as a white jeep that was seen driving away from the scene, heading westbound on lowry avenue.






connecticut man pleads guilty in fatal shooting


hartford, conn. (ap) — a connecticut man charged with fatally shooting another man during an argument in an apartment last year has pleaded guilty to manslaughter.james burrill had initially faced a murder charge in the march 2016 shooting of 33-year-old jerome mack jr. in his east hartford apartment, but pleaded guilty to the lesser charge on thursday and in exchange faces 18 years in prison. formal sentencing is scheduled for oct. 26.prosecutors say the 39-year-old burrill said he shot mack during an argument that turned physical. burrill says mack pulled a gun and during the struggle it went off, hitting mack in the chest.there were no witnesses to the shooting.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.burrill fled the state after the shooting but was caught several mont






bystander hit in shooting at 6th street and hennepin avenue in downtown minneapo


a shooting at 6th street and hennepin avenue wounded a man who happened to be standing near two other men who were arguing nearby, minneapolis police said.the shooting happened about 7:15 p.m. police spokeswoman sgt. catherine michal said two men were arguing. one shot at the other. he missed and hit the victim in the hip area.the man was in surgery at hennepin county medical center as of 9 p.m., michal said. minneapolis and metro transit police detained a person, but not the shooting suspect. no arrests have been made, michal said.






man pleads guilty in minneapolis drive-by shooting that killed bicyclist


a minneapolis man pleaded guilty thursday to the drive-by shooting that left a 19-year-old bicyclist dead.marcel farr, 19, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and assault in the death of tabyis paskins, according to the hennepin county attorney’s office. farr was about to stand trial on first-degree murder charges when the plea deal was struck.he faces more than 30 years in prison.paskins and a friend were riding their bikes on an august 2016 weekday morning when they were approached by a group that included farr, who yelled out paskins’ friend’s name, according to the charges. paskins and his friend ignored them and kept pedaling.farr’s group soon caught up with paskins and his friend in a car. farr then leaned out of a rear passenger window and called out to paskins’ friend, “ain’t yo






man charged in fatal drive-by shooting pleads guilty


hamilton, ohio (ap) — a 25-year-old man charged with two counts of aggravated murder in a drive-by shooting in southwestern ohio has pleaded guilty.prosecutors say zachary harris entered his plea monday shortly before jury selection was scheduled to start. harris would’ve faced the death penalty if he was convicted at trial.harris’ attorney says the man has taken responsibility for the deaths of todd berus and orlando gilbert, both 25 years old.harris was one of three men charged in the august 2016 shooting in hamilton. prosecutors say the shooting was part of a murder-for-hire plot in retaliation for a deadly shooting at doubles bar the month before.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.one man was killed and seven others were wounded in the bar shooting.






man pleads guilty in minneapolis drive-by shooting that killed bicyclist


a minneapolis man pleaded guilty thursday to the drive-by shooting that left a 19-year-old bicyclist dead.marcel farr, 19, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and assault in the death of tabyis paskins, according to the hennepin county attorney's office. farr was about to stand trial on first-degree murder charges when the plea deal was struck.he faces more than 30 years in prison.paskins and a friend were riding their bikes on an august 2016 weekday morning when they were approached by a group that included farr, who yelled out paskins' friend's name, according to the charges. paskins and his friend ignored them and kept pedaling.farr's group soon caught up with paskins and his friend in a car. farr then leaned out of a rear passenger window and called out to paskins' friend, "ain't yo






ex-deputy pleads innocent in death of father of lover’s kids


riverside, calif. (ap) — a former southern california sheriff’s deputy charged with the murder of the father of his lover’s children has pleaded not guilty.ex-deputy oscar rodriguez was arrested last month in the shooting death of luis carlos morin jr. in 2014.riverside county prosecutors said they initially determined rodriguez was justified in shooting morin while attempting to arrest him on a warrant.prosecutors said they reopened the case after learning through a lawsuit filed by morin’s family that rodriguez was intimately involved with diana perez, the mother of morin’s children.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.rodriguez pleaded not guilty wednesday to murder.perez pleaded not guilty to being an accessory to murder.outside the courthouse, maggie gamez-morin,






now-paralyzed man admits to 2002 after kit match


memphis, tenn. — a now-paralyzed man has pleaded guilty to a that occurred in tennessee more than a decade ago.local media outlets report that 49-year-old albert evans pleaded guilty this week to ing a woman in 2002 while armed. he received a 10-year suspended sentence and remains in a nursing home.the crime went unsolved until a match was made on a kit in 2014. evans was paralyzed from injuries in a vehicle crash at some point following the . he was arrested in 2015. kits are used to collected physical evidence of ual ault. authorities disclosed in 2013 that more than 12,000 kits had accumulated and not been tested since the 1980s.a city official said 1,024 kits remain to be shipped for testing.






man pleads not guilty in shooting deaths of parents, sister


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argument, then a fatal shooting in north minneapolis


a man was shot and killed monday evening in north minneapolis, police said.a police spokesman said the shooting apparently arose from an argument between the victim and the suspect just after 6 p.m. near lyndale and 47th avenues n.the victim died at the scene. no arrests have been made. the hennepin county medical examiner’s office will release the man’s name and exact cause of death.homicide investigators were at the scene monday night; anyone with information is asked to call 612-692-8477 or text an anonymous tip to 847411.pat pheifer






ex-officer pleads guilty in 6-year-old boy’s shooting death


marksville, la. (ap) — a former louisiana law enforcement officer faces more than seven years in prison after pleading guilty to negligent homicide in the shooting death of a 6-year-old boy.norris greenhouse jr. also pleaded guilty to malfeasance in office on friday, thus avoiding trial on murder charges over the 2015 shooting that killed jeremy mardis and critically wounded his father, christopher few, following a car chase in markville.a spokeswoman for attorney general jeff landry’s office says the plea agreement calls for greenhouse to be sentenced next wednesday to 7-and-a-half years in prison.derrick stafford, a second deputy city marshal involved in the shooting, was convicted of manslaughter in march and sentenced to 40 years in prison.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1






woman pleads guilty in deadly love triangle shooting


buffalo, n.y. (ap) — a western new york woman charged with a fatal new year’s day shooting that was sparked by a love triangle has pleaded guilty.thirty-two-year-old nadiyah whitaker, of cheektowaga (cheek-toh-wah’-gah), pleaded guilty wednesday to manslaughter in the death of 30-year-old shanna mason.erie county prosecutors say whitaker shot and killed the mother of three outside a buffalo home on the morning of jan. 1.whitaker’s attorney, thomas eoannou (ee-oo-ah’-noo), had said whitaker and mason were involved in a love triangle and that the shooting occurred the day after a marriage license was issued.most read storiessale! save over 90% on digital access.whitaker faces up to 25 years in prison when she is sentenced in december.






1 dead, 2 wounded, including 12-year-old boy, in shooting at uptown starbucks


one man died and two other people, including a 12-year-old boy, were injured in a shooting at a starbucks in chicago's uptown neighborhood thursday night, according to officials and witnesses.a man, 28, was dead at the scene following the shooting about 8:10 p.m. at the starbucks, 4753 n. broadway, at lawrence avenue, according to police.family members identified the victim as 28-year-old sauvignon watkins of chatham.a 12-year-old boy suffered a gunshot wound to the groin and was being treated at ann & robert h. lurie children's hospital of chicago, where he was listed in good condition, police said. the second man, 24, was shot in the left side and taken in serious condition to advocate illinois masonic hospital, police said. it was believed the shooting happened after a drug deal gone aw






1 dead, 2 wounded, including 12-year-old boy, in shooting at uptown starbucks


one man died and two other people, including a 12-year-old boy, were injured in a shooting at a starbucks in chicago's uptown neighborhood thursday night, according to officials and witnesses.a man, 28, was dead at the scene following the shooting about 8:10 p.m. at the starbucks, 4753 n. broadway, at lawrence avenue, according to police.family members identified the victim as 28-year-old sauvignon watkins of chatham.a 12-year-old boy suffered a gunshot wound to the groin and was being treated at ann & robert h. lurie children's hospital of chicago, where he was listed in good condition, police said. the second man, 24, was shot in the left side and taken in serious condition to advocate illinois masonic hospital, police said. it was believed the shooting happened after a drug deal gone aw






brooklyn park man pleads guilty for role in minneapolis taco bell shootout


a brooklyn park man who traded gunfire with another man in november 2016 over a stolen iphone pleaded guilty tuesday to second-degree assault and second-degree riot.tyler schlotfeldt-gidney, 22, faces a mandatory minimum three years in prison after admitting that he and another man were involved in a late-afternoon shootout in a north minneapolis taco bell parking lot that left 25 shell casings at the scene. no one was hit in the shooting.the other man, 26-year-old james barnes of minneapolis, faces two counts of a felon in possession of a firearm and has a trial scheduled on feb. 12.after the shootout, barnes told police that he stole an iphone from schlotfeldt-gidney’s brother a few days before and then drove to the taco bell with a gun inside his sweatpants to “deal with the situation,”






gang member gets 30 years in shooting that paralyzed boy


manuel sosa-marquez, 24, of hempstead, was sentenced friday, dec. 16, 2017, to 30 years in shooting that left teen paralyzed. photo credit: ncpd a gang member convicted of attempted murder for a 2015 uniondale shooting that left a 14-year-old bicyclist paralyzed was sentenced friday to 30 years in prison.manuel sosa-marquez, 24, of hempstead, was sentenced to 25 years for attempted murder and 5 years on a gun charge.state supreme court justice angelo delligatti said after sosa-marquez serves his sentence he is likely to be...






brooklyn park man pleads guilty for role in minneapolis taco bell shootout


a brooklyn park man who traded gunfire with another man in november 2016 over a stolen iphone pleaded guilty tuesday to second-degree assault and second-degree riot.tyler schlotfeldt-gidney, 22, faces a mandatory minimum three years in prison after admitting that he another man were involved in a late-afternoon shootout in a north minneapolis taco bell parking lot that left 25 shell casings at the scene. no one was hit in the shooting.the other man, 26-year-old james barnes of minneapolis, faces two counts of a felon in possession of a firearm and has a trial scheduled on feb. 12.after the shootout, barnes told police that he stole an iphone from schlotfeldt-gidney’s brother a few days prior and then drove to the taco bell with a gun inside his sweatpants to “deal with the situation,” acco






man pleads guilty in pedestrian's death


a 36-year-old man pleaded guilty friday to running over and killing a teenage pedestrian last september in north minneapolis.howard william amos pleaded guilty to one count of fleeing police in a motor vehicle, resulting in the death of 16-year-old diana i. garcia-alvarado of phoenix, according to the hennepin county attorney's office.according to the criminal complaint, it was shortly before 10 p.m. on sept. 2 when minneapolis police saw amos' suv speeding, driving over the center median at 33rd avenue n., then continuing north on emerson avenue n.when officers tried to pull amos over, he ran a stop sign at 34th avenue n.the victim's boyfriend told police that they were walking home when they heard sirens and saw a vehicle with its lights off coming toward them as they stood on the median






one dead, two arrested following north minneapolis shooting thursday afternoon


police have confirmed that one person was fatally shot in north minneapolis thursday afternoon and that two suspects are in custody.a third suspect was still on the loose after the shooting on the 3600 block of n. 4th street, said sgt. catherine michal of the minneapolis police department.shots rang out about 12:40 p.m. and a car was seen speeding away from the scene at a high speed, michal said. officers were able to stop the car with three occupants inside near the crime scene.two of the occupants in the vehicle were arrested. a third ran away on foot and k-9 dog teams were brought in to find that person, michal said.the victim was pronounced dead at north memorial medical center in robbinsdale. michal said she was unsure if the victim was a man, woman or juvenile.homicide investigators






salinas woman pleads guilty to felony identity theft


a salinas woman pleaded guilty tuesday to one count of felony identity theft, monterey county prosecutors said.mary yanez, 37, of salinas, pleaded guilty to identity theft as well as enhancements for a prior strike conviction and a prior prison commitment, prosecutors said.on nov. 7, yanez entered the victim’s salinas home in the middle of the night. the victim awoke to strange noises in the kitchen and when he got up to investigate, yanez fled out the backyard with the victim’s wallet.moments later, yanez was recorded on surveillance video at a nearby 7-eleven store purchasing $51.34 worth of alcohol and food with the victim’s stolen credit card. she made another unauthorized charge of $1.64 at the store’s redbox movie rental kiosk, prosecutors said.yanez returned to the same store on jan






teen pleads guilty to manslaughter in shooting of other boy


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here is how the boy scouts has evolved on social issues over the years


when the boy scouts of america announced last week that it would now accept transgender boys, it was the latest example of how the storied institution has transformed as the country changed around it. “communities and state laws are now interpreting gender identity differently than society did in the past,” chief scout executive michael surbaugh said in a statement. “and these new laws vary widely from state to state.”in recent years the group has found itself embroiled in larger national debates about gender roles and ual orientation. these debates, in turn, have led the boy scouts  — which consists of about 2.3 million members — to examine long-held policies that date back to its founding days. in some instances, change has come swiftly. in others, it e only after years of legal battles.