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20-year-old man hit by suv along seattle’s rainier avenue south, critically woun


witnesses saw the suv hit a pedestrian at the intersection of rainier avenue south near south graham street, according to the seattle police department blotter. the pedestrian appeared to walk against a crossing signal.a 20-year-old man was taken to harborview medical center with life-threatening injuries wednesday evening after he was struck by an suv, according to information released on the seattle police department’s (spd) blotter website.around 7 p.m., witnesses saw the suv hit a pedestrian at the intersection of rainier avenue south near south graham street, the spd blotter says.traffic-collision investigators don’t believe the 17-year-old driver of the suv was under the influence of drugs or alcohol at the time.the pedestrian appeared to walk against a crossing signal, according to






north/east metro police blotter, april 30


andovermarch 27theft. a laptop was stolen from an unlocked vehicle on the 1800 block of 155th lane nw.falcon heightsmarch 31traffic stop. police pulled over a vehicle in the area of snelling and larpenteur avenues because its rear brake lights were not working. the driver said she was unaware of the issue and was given a verbal warning.fridleymarch 27check welfare. officers responded to the 1200 block of east moore lake drive ne. on a report of an intoxicated male with a bicycle. officers located the 64-year-old man and took him home.march 29assist family. an officer responded to a home on the 6200 block of 5th street ne. on a report from a mother who said her 15-year-old son locked himself in a bedroom in an act of defiance. the boy allowed the officer into the room. the officer removed t






north/east metro police blotter, march 26


andoverfeb. 24theft. a 2005 honda accord was stolen from the parking lot at willy mccoys, 13655 martin st. nw.east bethelmarch 9burglary. heaters were stolen from an unoccupied home in the 23000 block of gopher drive ne.falcon heightsfeb. 21warrant arrest. police stopped two bicyclists for failing to obey a stoplight in the area of cleveland and larpenteur avenues. one was arrested on a hennepin county warrant, and both were issued warnings for running the stoplight.feb. 24intoxicated persons. police responded to a report of two drunk males at toppers pizza, 1539 larpenteur av. officers found the males and transported them to a relative’s home.ham lakefeb. 27theft. tires and rims were stolen off a vehicle in the 1100 block of 154th lane ne.lauderdalefeb. 20, 23violation of harassment restr






north/east metro police blotter, july 16


blainejune 4suspicious vehicle. officers responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle in the 1200 block of cloud drive ne. officers found a man playing pokemon go in the vehicle.june 6theft. two packages were stolen from the front porch of a home in the 1100 block of ne. fergus street.east betheljune 5theft. wheels were stolen off a vehicle in the 20400 block of ne. highway 65.falcon heightsjune 14disorderly conduct. police responded to a report of several people causing a disturbance at a meeting at city hall, 2077 larpenteur av. w. one speaker was threatened and left. subjects were gone by the time police arrived.fridleyjune 13neighbor dispute. a resident in the 7300 block of ne. oakley street reported that her neighbor gave her the finger for no reason. the neighbor declined to talk ab






seattle police investigate man’s death at motel; arrest another man after wife d


a hotel owner says a man was found dead on the bathroom floor of a room. separately, police investigate after a woman dies from a suspected gunshot.homicide detectives were investigating two deaths over the weekend after a man was found dead in a motel in north seattle and a woman died at harborview medical center of a suspected gunshot wound. an employee discovered the man saturday morning at the emerald motel on aurora avenue north.patrol officers summoned homicide detectives, according to a post on the seattle police department’s blotter. a spokesman on sunday called the death suspicious but declined to elaborate on what officers found, pending a medical examiner’s report. most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.jason kim, owner of the motel, said the room was clean, n






north/east metro police blotter, june 4


andovermay 1burglary. wine was stolen from a refrigerator on the 2300 block of 141st lane nw.may 2theft. mail was stolen from a mailbox on the 4900 block of marystone boulevard nw.blainemay 4theft. a trailer was stolen from 2500 block of 101st avenue ne.champlinmay 2theft. a purse was stolen from the 12000 block of business park boulevard.east bethelmay 2theft. money and paperwork were stolen from an unlocked vehicle on the 20600 block of buchanan street ne.falcon heightsapril 30traffic stop. police attempted to stop a vehicle for a traffic violation in the area of roselawn and snelling avenues. a pursuit was initiated when the vehicle fled but due to safety concerns related to the suspect’s driving conduct it was abandoned. the vehicle was located, unoccupied, at the registered owner’s ad






teen critically wounded on metro transit bus among 4 mpls. shootings


four people were wounded by gunfire wednesday in minneapolis shooting, including a teenage boy critically wounded on a metro transit bus.at 8:53 p.m., police officers responded to a report of a shooting on a metro transit bus at 34th and penn avenues n. a teenage boy who had been shot in the abdomen was taken to north memorial medical center in robbinsdale, where he was in critical condition late wednesday, police said.a few minutes later, another juvenile male called 911 to report that he had been shot in the hand. he was taken to north memorial. police said they could not locate a crime scene.no one has been arrested in either shooting. it is as yet unknown if they are related.earlier wednesday, two people were wounded in separate shootings in the 3200 block of minnehaha avenue and at he






new traffic configuration in place on i-94 in east metro


motorists on i-94 in the east metro will notice that new lane configurations are now in place between mounds boulevard and century avenue.overnight, mndot reduced eastbound i-94 to two lanes with the far left lane designed to carry through traffic and the far right lane to carry traffic exiting to local streets. it's an arrangement similar to one mndot is using in the north metro on i-694 in shoreview.the new configuration on i-94 was put into place wednesday night because crews finished paving all the westbound i-94 lanes a little ahead of schedule. crews will now go to work resurfacing the eastbound lanes.the new arrangement will be in place until august, mndot says.with repairs complete, stillwater lift bridge reopens






teen critically wounded on metro transit bus among 4 minneapolis shootings


four people were wounded by gunfire wednesday in minneapolis shooting, including a teenage boy critically wounded on a metro transit bus.at 8:53 p.m., police officers responded to a report of a shooting on a metro transit bus at 34th and penn avenues n. a teenage boy who had been shot in the abdomen was taken to north memorial medical center in robbinsdale, where he was in critical condition late wednesday, police said.a few minutes later, another juvenile male called 911 to report that he had been shot in the hand. he was taken to north memorial. police said they could not locate a crime scene.no one has been arrested in either shooting. it is as yet unknown if they are related.earlier wednesday, two people were wounded in separate shootings in the 3200 block of minnehaha avenue and at he






north/east metro police blotter, march 19


champlinfeb. 21theft. a minivan was stolen from the 100 block of curtis road.falcon heightsfeb. 17theft. a woman was booked for motor vehicle theft, possession of stolen property and driving after revocation and being stopped in the area of snelling and dan patch avenues. a checkbook that had been recently reported as stolen in roseville was found inside the vehicle, which had been stolen in st. paul.fridleyfeb. 22theft. a woman stole a vibrator from fantasy gifts, 1031 east moore lake drive ne. she fled the store and left in a vehicle.lauderdalefeb. 16dispute. a man told police he approached a woman regarding her loose dog at lauderdale community park, 1885 fulham street, and a confrontation ensued. witness statements were taken from both parties and forwarded to city hall.linwood townshi






new traffic configuration in place on i-94 in east metro


motorists on i-94 in the east metro will notice that new lane configurations are now in place between mounds boulevard and century avenue.overnight, mndot reduced eastbound i-94 to two lanes with the far left lane designed to carry through traffic and the far right lane to carry traffic exiting to local streets. it's an arrangement similar to one mndot is using in the north metro on i-694 in shoreview.the new configuration on i-94 was put into place wednesday night because crews finished paving all the westbound i-94 lanes a little ahead of schedule. crews will now go to work resurfacing the eastbound lanes.the new arrangement will be in place until august, mndot says.with repairs complete, stillwater lift bridge reopensnewer posttrucks, buses ignoring ban cause damage in lowry tunnel






mahtomedi remains atop metro east with blowout of north st. paul


dunks were aplenty for mahtomedi’s parker fox, with each one of them energizing his home crowd in the battle for first place vs. north st. paul.fox and his 15 points led the way for the zephyrs in a big win friday night, defeating the polars 70-49 to remain undefeated in the metro east.“it’s fun. we had a good atmosphere in there, good crowd,” fox said. “when you’re out there throwing down, people are jumping around and that’s definitely what you want.”the zephyrs’ (16-1, 9-0 metro east) fox led all scorers and had four dunks. with the win over the polars (12-6, 7-2 metro east), mahtomedi stays in first place in its conference.the game was only close in the beginning. north st. paul led 12-9 with over 10 minutes left in the first half, but mahtomedi went on a 21-8 run to end the half.“when






north/east metro police blotter, march 5


andoverfeb. 8theft. a 2003 chevrolet malibu was stolen from a driveway on the 1800 block of 134th lane nw. the vehicle was warming up. it was later recovered in washington county.east bethelfeb. 6theft. a purse was stolen from an unlocked vehicle while the children were being dropped off at a day care on the 1400 block of 215th avenue ne.fridleyfeb. 13dispute. officers responded to a home on the 6100 block of starlite boulevard ne. regarding an argument between a 47-year-old mother and her 22-year-old daughter. the dispute was over house rules. officers mediated the situation and determined no assault occurred.linwood townshipfeb. 5drunken driving. a 44-year-old man was arrested for drunken driving after driving his snowmobile in to someone's house on the 23900 block of jilliard street ne.






north/east metro police blotter, march 5


andoverfeb. 8theft. a 2003 chevrolet malibu was stolen from a driveway on the 1800 block of 134th lane nw. the vehicle was warming up. it was later recovered in washington county.east bethelfeb. 6theft. a purse was stolen from an unlocked vehicle while the children were being dropped off at a day care on the 1400 block of 215th avenue ne.fridleyfeb. 13dispute. officers responded to a home on the 6100 block of starlite boulevard ne. regarding an argument between a 47-year-old mother and her 22-year-old daughter. the dispute was over house rules. officers mediated the situation and determined no assault occurred.linwood townshipfeb. 5drunken driving. a 44-year-old man was arrested for drunken driving after driving his snowmobile in to someone’s house on the 23900 block of jilliard street ne.






north/east metro police blotter, may 7


blaineapril 7drugs. two men, ages 34 and 40, were arrested for possession of a controlled substance following a traffic stop in the 1200 block of central avenue ne.champlinapril 3curfew violation. a 17-year-old girl was cited for violating curfew at dayton road and colburn street.fridleyapril 6drugs. an officer responded to a report of narcotics found at a business in the 7800 block of ranchers road ne. the officer determined that the substance was baking soda.april 9check welfare. officers went to check on a woman in the 400 block of mississippi street ne. who hadn’t contacted her mother for three days. they found the 55-year-old woman, who said she was fine but didn’t want to talk to her mother.suspicious activity. a woman in the 5900 block of east river road ne. reported that someone wa






li man hurt after being ejected from hot rod, police say


advertisement | advertise on newsdayan east moriches man was seriously hurt after he was ejected from his hot rod sunday night, sept, 3, 2017, suffolk police said. michael sagarese, 45, was driving north on atlantic avenue in east moriches when his car struck a large rock and flipped over, police said. (credit: john roca) an east moriches man was seriously hurt after he was ejected from his hot rod sunday night, suffolk police said. michael sagarese, 45, was driving north on atlantic avenue in east moriches when his car struck a large rock and flipped over, police said. witnesses said the driver lost control of the vehicle while spinning his wheels on the pavement, police said. sagarese suffered...






li man hurt after being ejected from hot rod, police say


advertisement | advertise on newsdayan east moriches man was seriously hurt after he was ejected from his hot rod sunday night, sept, 3, 2017, suffolk police said. michael sagarese, 45, was driving north on atlantic avenue in east moriches when his car struck a large rock and flipped over, police said. (credit: john roca) an east moriches man was seriously hurt after he was ejected from his hot rod sunday night, suffolk police said. michael sagarese, 45, was driving north on atlantic avenue in east moriches when his car struck a large rock and flipped over, police said. witnesses said the driver lost control of the vehicle while spinning his wheels on the pavement, police said. sagarese suffered...






aurora crime blotter for may 18


trashed but not robbed. a woman called police to her home in the 17100 block of east 16th avenue because someone used a hammer that her husband left outside to pry the metal off the front door frame and break into the house may 1. inside, papers were scattered everywhere and dresser drawers were turned out, but no valuables were taken.robbed on the route. a delivery driver dropping off an order of milk at safeway, 1200 s. buckley road, reported that someone climbed into the truck and stole his backpack while he was inside the store april 28. his wallet and other personal things were taken and there are no suspects.a smashing time. a man and woman were arguing at their home in the 4400 block of south pitkin street, and eventually the man started ripping pictures off the walls and breaking t






north/east metro police blotter, june 25


andovermay 21theft. a purse was stolen from an unlocked vehicle on the 14300 block of quince street nw.may 30theft. golf clubs were stolen from an unlocked vehicle on the 16300 block of crosstown boulevard nw.may 31theft. gas was siphoned out of a vehicle on the 13800 block of osage street nw.falcon heightsmay 21domestic. a physical altercation occurred when a 25-year-old man attempted to retrieve property from his ex-girlfriend at an apartment in the 1700 block of larpenteur avenue. both parties refused to press charges. the property in question was retrieved and the man was transported home.may 22theft. copper pipe, a water pump and two chain saws were stolen from a construction trailer in the area of coffman street and folwell avenue.fridleymay 29noise complaint. officers responded to a






motorcyclist dies after crashing during chase in north metro, closing i-35


a police chase tuesday afternoon in the north metro ended with the pursued motorcyclist dead after crashing and one direction of a major interstate closed, authorities said.the crash occurred shortly after 2 p.m. on southbound i-35 just south of hwy. 97 near forest lake, according to the state patrol.traffic on that side of the interstate is shut down "until further notice" as authorities investigate the wreck, a state patrol statement read.there is no information yet on what led to the pursuit or the motorcyclist's identity.






motorcyclist dies after crashing during chase in north metro, closing i-35


a police chase tuesday afternoon in the north metro ended with the pursued motorcyclist dead after crashing and one direction of a major interstate closed, authorities said.the crash occurred shortly after 2 p.m. on southbound i-35 just south of hwy. 97 near forest lake, according to the state patrol.traffic on that side of the interstate is shut down “until further notice” as authorities investigate the wreck, a state patrol statement read.there is no information yet on what led to the pursuit or the motorcyclist’s identity.






north/east metro police blotter, july 2


blainejune 2theft. gas was siphoned from a vehicle on the 1100 block of monroe street ne.falcon heightsmay 29traffic stop. a driver in the area of roselawn avenue and asbury street was issued a verbal warning for a loud muffler.may 30traffic stop. police gave a verbal warning to driver caught going the wrong way on a one-way street in the area of larpenteur and snelling avenues.fridleyjune 4check welfare. officers responded to a home on the 6100 block of star lane ne. on a report of a 911 hang-up call. a resident at the address advised his child was on the cellphone and there were no issues.grantjune 1slumper. a man asleep in a car was reported in the 11000 block of irish avenue at 4:50 a.m. although authorities were unable to locate the vehicle in the area it was determined the registered






north/east metro police blotter, nov. 19


andoveroct. 20theft. a gun was stolen out of an unlocked vehicle in the 17700 block of nw. bluebird street.blaineoct. 16theft. a 2008 subaru forester was stolen from a lot in the 8500 block of ne. lexington avenue. the vehicle had been left running.oct. 18theft. a 22-year-old man was arrested for theft after he was observed stealing cases of soda at cub foods, 10881 university av. ne.fridleyoct. 20suspicious activity. officers responded to a report that a resident thought someone was forcing their way into a home in the 100 block of christenson court ne. they determined that a contractor, hired by the housing association, was repairing the front door.grantoct. 16suspicious occurrence. a driver reported to authorities that his side window shattered while driving in the area of dellwood road






maple-grove-run gun range finds itself 'at capacity'


some cities have municipal liquor stores, others own community centers. in maple grove, it’s a city-owned gun range that draws crowds.four years after the gun range reopened following a destructive fire, the city wants to expand the north metro range at a cost of $8 million to keep up with demand.the range, while open to the public on saturdays, is proving increasingly popular with law enforcement officers — ranging from local police to fbi agents — who use it weekly.“we’re nearly at capacity,” police chief eric werner said. “we’ve seen the benefits of a high-quality facility.”in the past few years, gun ranges across the twin cities have seen a surge in interest from minnesota’s growing numbers of gun owners, which has led to the opening of new ranges across the metro area.most of the 400-






north/east metro police blotter, july 9


andoverjune 4theft. a 2002 ford escort was stolen from the driveway of a home on the 2200 block of 140th avenue nw. the keys had been left in the vehicle.june 5theft. a handgun was stolen from an unlocked vehicle on the 1800 block of 139th avenue nw.falcon heightsjune 1traffic stop. a driver was pulled over for failing to signal a turn or lane change and texting while driving in the area of cleveland and larpenteur avenues. the driver, who did not have a license with them, was given a verbal warning.fridleyjune 2check welfare. an officer responded to the 400 block of longfellow street ne. on a report of a 911 hang-up call. the officer was advised it was the cat stepping on the phone.june 3weapon. officers responded to a home on the 100 block of 49th avenue ne. on a report of a possible gre






north/east metro police blotter, aug. 27


andoverjuly 28theft. a handgun was stolen from an unlocked vehicle on the 15300 block of martin street nw.falcon heightsjuly 28intoxicated person. police observed a man face down in the median in the area of larpenteur and snelling avenues. the man tested .256 alcohol concentration and was transported to detox.fridleyjuly 30check welfare. officers responded to osborne road ne. and university avenue ne. on a report of a woman, wearing a hospital gown, waving at vehicles for a ride. officers located the 32-year-old woman and it was determined she was just discharged from a hospital.domestic. officers responded to two stooges sports bar and grill, 7178 university av. ne., on a report of one patron hitting another patron in the head with a glass mug. officers determined the two parties were en






maple-grove-run gun range finds itself 'at capacity'


some cities have municipal liquor stores, others own community centers. in maple grove, it's a city-owned gun range that draws crowds.four years after the gun range reopened following a destructive fire, the city wants to expand the north metro range at a cost of $8 million to keep up with demand.the range, while open to the public on saturdays, is proving increasingly popular with law enforcement officers — ranging from local police to fbi agents — who use it weekly."we're nearly at capacity," police chief eric werner said. "we've seen the benefits of a high-quality facility."in the past few years, gun ranges across the twin cities have seen a surge in interest from minnesota's growing numbers of gun owners, which has led to the opening of new ranges across the metro area.most of the 400-






maple grove city-owned gun range looks to expand to keep up with demand


some cities have municipal liquor stores, others own community centers. in maple grove, it’s a city-owned gun range that draws crowds.four years after the gun range reopened following a destructive fire, the city wants to expand the north metro range at a cost of $8 million to keep up with demand.the range, while open to the public on saturdays, is proving increasingly popular with law enforcement officers — ranging from local police to fbi agents — who use it weekly.“we’re nearly at capacity,” police chief eric werner said. “we’ve seen the benefits of a high-quality facility.”in the past few years, gun ranges across the twin cities have seen a surge in interest from minnesota’s growing numbers of gun owners, which has led to the opening of new ranges across the metro area.most of the 400-






aurora crime blotter


no soliciting. patrolling police officers noticed a man stumbling around the street at the intersection of east colfax avenue and north potomac street march 28. the man walked up to a car that was stopped at a red light and opened the driver’s side door. the woman inside the car later told officers that he wanted money, and that she was scared and almost stabbed the man with a pen. he was arrested.runaway shopping cart. a woman driving in the parking lot of el mercado, 11505 e. colfax ave., bumped a loose shopping cart with her car and sent it rolling down a hill march 25. the cart picked up speed and barreled into the driver’s side door of another parked car, creating an 18-inch dent. the woman who bumped the cart said it wasn’t her problem and left.bad breakup. police responded to a man’






storm severity downgraded for twin cities; blizzard conditions veer south


the storm forecast for much of the twin cities was downgraded to a “winter weather advisory” thursday night, but folks to the immediate south of the metro still faced a winter storm warning, and a bit further still to the south and west, a blizzard warning was in effect.the storm’s predicted path has shifted southward through the afternoon and evening, something forecasters were saying might happen as early as wednesday. while that means much of the twin cities may get little snow, the storm remains a major hazard for minnesotans to the south and east.meteorologist alexandra keclik of the national weather service in chanhassen said early thursday evening that expected snowfall totals for the twin cities metro area have decreased over the past 24 hours. now, she said, the south and western






overnight storms pummel north and east twin cities metro area


a half mile down the road from boyd bontjes' home in wyoming, minn., corn stalks were standing tall. the same was true a half mile to the south.but 25 to 30 maple and pine trees — some as big as 3 feet in diameter — on his property on kettle river boulevard were no match for the narrow band of ferocious winds that accompanied overnight storms that blasted portions of the north and east twin cities metro and western wisconsin and left thousands without power."it just pulled them right out of the ground," bontjes said wednesday morning as he surveyed the thicket of large branches that blocked his driveway and the road. he planted many of the felled trees 45 years ago. "mother nature has never been this mean to me."scores of others in cities such as forest lake, oak grove, columbia heights, s






overnight storms pummel north and east twin cities metro area


a half mile down the road from boyd bontjes’ home in wyoming, minn., corn stalks were standing tall. the same was true a half mile to the south.but 25 to 30 maple and pine trees — some as big as 3 feet in diameter — on his property on kettle river boulevard were no match for the narrow band of ferocious winds that accompanied overnight storms that blasted portions of the north and east twin cities metro and western wisconsin and left thousands without power.“it just pulled them right out of the ground,” bontjes said wednesday morning as he surveyed the thicket of large branches that blocked his driveway and the road. he planted many of the felled trees 45 years ago. “mother nature has never been this mean to me.”scores of others in cities such as forest lake, oak grove, columbia heights, s






details arise after missing black girl is found in d.c.


police have uncovered a large amount of information after a missing north carolina girl was found in washington d.c. following the murder of her grandparents.read for when black & brown girls go missing & silence is an act of violence: a poetic tributethe washington post reports arieyana forney, 11, was found sunday (apr. 2) after the washington d.c. metro police issued an amber alert for a white chevy impala the same day. a female from inside the vehicle called 911, giving its exact location. police chased the car, leading to a crash in the tidal basin area. the child’s uncle, curtis atkinson jr., was arrested on local charges while nikkia cooper, 26, was arrested on drug charges. it isn’t known if the child or cooper called the police about their location.credit: mecklenburg county sheri






alzheimer's patient, 62, missing from lakeview east


police are asking for help finding a 62-year-old man with alzheimer's disease who went missing saturday from the lakeview east neighborhood. paul warehall was last seen in the 3700 block of north broadway street before wandering away from his caregiver about 6:15 p.m., police said.warehall is friendly and will talk to anyone but only knows his name, police said.warehall was wearing a light green t-shirt and blue denim jeans. he may also have on a black fleece jacket and round glasses.he resides in the woodlawn neighborhood. anyone with information should contact area north special victims unit at 312-744-8266.






overnight storms pummel north and east twin cities metro


scores of residents across the north and east metro are waking up to a day of clean-up after strong storms blasted through early wednesday, felling trees and power lines.the swath of damage caused from the storms that hit around 2:30 a.m. extends from anoka county through the northern half of washington county and into polk and st. croix counties in wisconsin, the national weather service saidtwo separate storms converged over southern anoka county to produce heavy rain and winds between 50 and 60 miles per hour.“it was like hitting those trees with a fire hose,” said mike griesinger, a meteorologist with the weather service in chanhassen. “trees started falling and took out whatever was in their way.”among the hardest hit areas included wyoming, minn., in washington county where a 75-foot






north/east metro police blotter, april 23


andovermarch 24burglary. jewelry was stolen from a home in the 14100 block of blackfoot street nw. forced entry was gained through the front door.blainemarch 21drugs. a 23-year-old man was cited for possession of a hypodermic needle and driving after revocation of his license after officers stopped his vehicle for obstructed view at university and 101st avenues ne.champlinmarch 16theft. a purse was stolen from a vehicle in the 11000 block of jefferson highway.falcon heightsmarch 25warrant. a driver was arrested in the area of snelling and larpenteur avenues on four ramsey county warrants, all of them for driving after suspension.linwood townshipmarch 22theft. a wood-burning stove was stolen from a property in the 24100 block of west fawn road ne.maplewoodmarch 25suspicious activity. an off






in an age of 'alternative facts,' a m acre of schoolchildren is called a hoax


if there is anything worse than losing a child, it is losing a child and having people taunt you over the loss.that is what happened to the family of noah pozner, a 6-year-old with tousled brown hair and lollipop-red lips, the youngest of the 26 children and staff members gunned down in 2012 at sandy hook elementary school in newtown, conn.in the years since the m acre that shook the country and opened new anxiety over gun violence, the family has received hate-filled calls and violent emails from people who say they know the shooting was a hoax. p os of their son — some with og hic and anti-semitic content — have been distributed on websites.these outlandish theories, which hold that the newtown school shooting was a staged m murder engineered by gun control advocates, have lived until no