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Man Shot Outside Drake’s Toronto Home; Drake Not Injured, Police Say

A man identified as a security guard for Drake was wounded in a shooting outside of the rapper’s Toronto mansion around 2 a.m. on Tuesday, the police said.

The man was taken to a hospital with a gunshot wound to the chest, Inspector Paul Krawczyk, a member of the gun and gang task force, said at a news conference at the scene on Tuesday morning. The suspects fled in a vehicle and remain at large; a description was not available, but authorities said the shooting was captured on video.

The shooting occurred in front of Drake’s 50,000-square-foot mansion on Park Circle Lane in the North York neighborhood known as Bridle Path in Toronto, but did not involve the rapper, the authorities said. Drake was previously permitted to build fences twice as high as allowed by city law, citing a need for increased security.

The shooting followed a weekend of increasingly personal diss tracks traded between Drake and the Compton rapper Kendrick Lamar, whose long-simmering musical rivalry resulted in the release of six songs in 72 hours, including detailed attacks involving family members and claims of abuse against women on both sides.

The police said they could not yet speak to a motive in the shooting. They could not confirm whether Drake was home at the time.

Lamar’s “Not Like Us,” which was released on Saturday and taunts Drake and his associates as “certified pedophiles,” features an aerial shot of Drake’s home on a map as its cover art. The track is currently topping the charts globally and in the United States on streaming services including Spotify and Apple Music. The cover is edited to portray the home as dotted with markers meant to represent the presence of registered sex offenders.

Drake has previously referred to the location of his home, which he calls the Embassy, on tracks like “7AM on Bridle Path.”

Representatives for Drake and Lamar did not immediately respond to a request for comment.


Man, 46, killed in shooting on Hertel Avenue bar patio

BUFFALO, N.Y. — The Buffalo Police Department is investigating an overnight shooting that happened just after 1:00 a.m. at a bar on Hertel Avenue Tuesday.

Investigators tell 2 On Your Side that a 46-year-old man was reportedly shot during a fight on the outside patio of Del Denby Tavern.

The 46-year-old man from Buffalo has not been identified.

He was taken to ECMC shortly after being shot where he was pronounced dead.

Anyone with information is asked to call or text the Confidential TIPCALL Line at (716)-847-2255.

Plant City Deputy Involved Shooting

Hillsborough deputies involved in shooting in Plant City

The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office is on the scene of a deputy-involved shooting in Plant City on Tuesday morning.

The shooting occurred on a frontage road of I-4.

Sheriff Chad Chronister said no deputies were injured in the shooting. According to HCSO, there is no threat to the public.

Chronister is expected to provide an update on the shooting at 7:45 a.m.

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Cause of death: Kris Hallenga, founder of breast cancer charity CoppaFeel!, dies aged 38

Kris Hallenga, the founder of breast cancer charity CoppaFeel!, has died aged 38.

She was diagnosed with breast cancer when she was 23 and lived with the illness for 15 years, tirelessly campaigning for breast cancer awareness in that time.

A statement on the charity’s website said: “She hasn’t lost a battle, she wasn’t in a fight and she certainly wouldn’t want you to see her death as tragic.

“She was simply living. She was 38 and died with fulfilment and a heart full of love.”

Ms Hallenga’s breast cancer was terminal by the time it was diagnosed in 2009.

“Kris’ ambition was for no one else to find themselves in her position and so CoppaFeel! was born, to ensure breast cancers are diagnosed early and accurately,” the charity said.

Describing her as “founder, boob chief, colleague, friend and queen of glittering turds”, CoppaFeel! said she was “the biggest promoter of being ‘alive to do those things'”.

“She approached life in a wildly creative, fun and fearless way, and showed us that it is possible to live life to the full with cancer.”

Last year Ms Hallenga threw a living funeral, where guests were invited to sign a cardboard replica of her coffin and childhood footage was projected around Truro Cathedral in Cornwall.

Dawn French did the eulogy in character as the Vicar of Dibley, while Ms Hallenga gave a speech and sparkled in a glittery jumpsuit.

Afterwards, she posted on Instagram: “I’ve never felt love like it. I’ve never felt joy like it. I’ve never felt such kinship with mortality. I’ve never felt so alive.”

Ms Hallenga campaigned for cancer education to be included in the school curriculum, won the Women of the Year Outstanding Young Campaigner award, received an honorary doctorate from Nottingham Trent University and wrote a memoir titled Glittering a Turd.

A post on her Instagram page announcing the news to her 146,000 followers was signed off by her cat Lady Marmalade.

It said: “Her final message from her to you would be one that probably involved checking your chest, getting in some cold water, talking more about death and dying, that even the turdiest of turds are glitterable, that you should always see the silly side of life, that she LOVED her life and that giving Neighbours 2.0 is worth another chance.”

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Attempted church: Body found in home of man who allegedly pulled gun on pastor in North Braddock

attempted church- A body was found in the home of a man who is accused of pulling a gun on a pastor at a church service in North Braddock on Sunday.

The North Braddock church service was interrupted when a man jumped in front of the pastor with a gun in an apparent attempt to shoot him.

This happened at Jesus’ Dwelling Place Church on Lobringer Avenue. The church live-streams its services and captured the moment a man pulled out a gun and aimed it directly at Pastor Glenn Germany, that gun jamming.

“I’m thankful to God that I’m still here, because he definitely pulled the trigger,” said Germany.

Germany told Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 that he had never seen the gunman before Sunday. He says he noticed the gunman frequently coming in and out of the church, even giving the pastor eye contact. That’s when the unexpected happened.

“I started to begin to preach and all of a sudden, from my left-hand side, I saw him move from the back to the front of the church, and he set up in the front corner of the church and smiled at me,” Germany said. “…All of a sudden, I just saw a gun pointing right at me. And at that point, all I could try to do is run for cover.”

Church members quickly jumped into action as Germany took cover. One man even jumped to tackle the gunman. Eventually, he was able to remove the gun from the man’s hands.

“He could have lost his life in that struggle,” Germany said of the man who jumped in. “But he sacrificed himself for everyone, and he’s the hero.”

Court paperwork identified the suspect as Bernard Polite, 26, of Braddock.

According to the criminal complaint, Polite confessed to police that he tried to shoot Germany because, “God told him to do it,” and that he wanted to go to jail to clear his mind.

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Allegheny County

Bernard Polite

On Sunday evening, a body was found in Polite’s home on the 500 block of Stokes Avenue.

Police said a man was found shot to death inside.

Early Monday morning, the Allegheny County Medical Examiner’s office identified the man found shot to death in that home as Derek Polite, 56, of North Braddock.

Neighbors tell Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 the two men are related.

“Nothing bad has ever happened in that home. There were no domestic violence, no fights, no argument that we know of that we could ever have heard,” neighbor Guy Diperna said.

Neighbors were shocked to hear about the turn of events. They said Bernard and Derek were nice and there were never any issues.

“I just hope it ain’t Bernard, that’s all, because he was a nice guy, and so was Derek,” neighbor Benjamin Jordan said.

So far, no charges have been filed in connection with the body that was found and Allegheny County police are investigating. that incident.

Meanwhile, Bernard Polite was arraigned early Monday morning on charges connected to the incident in the church, including attempted homicide.

He was being held in the Allegheny County Jail and has a preliminary hearing scheduled for later this month.

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Santaquin Police officer hit, killed by semi-truck on I-15

A Santaquin police officer was struck and killed by a semi-truck Sunday morning.

The incident occurred sometime before 8 a.m. on May 5 on Interstate 15 near milepost 244 in Santaquin.

At 8:30 a.m., Utah Highway Patrol Cpl. Wright said both directions on Interstate 15 will be closed for some time in the area of the crash.

The driver of the semi reportedly fled after striking the officer.

Please call 911 if you see this suspect driving a white Ford truck:

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The suspect

A shelter-in-place was issued for Mona, Payson, and Santaquin while authorities searched for the suspect in this incident.

A shelter-in-place was issued for residents of Monda Sunday morning.

Mona City representatives shared the shelter-in-place issued by the Juab County Sheriff’s Office around 8:20 a.m. on May 5.

“All Mona residents shelter in place for a dangerous suspect in the area,” the statement read.

Officials described the suspect as a white man with an unkempt beard and brown hair. He was listed at 6′ and 200 pounds.

The suspect was last seen wearing a grey sweater, black shoes, and white socks.

If you have any information on the suspects’s whereabouts you’re advised to contact 911 immediately.

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17-year-old grazed by bullet at Dunbar High School in DC

A student was grazed by a bullet inside Dunbar High School in Northwest D.C. on Friday morning, police say. The gunfire flew through a window from outside, police said.

The student, a 17-year-old girl, received minor injuries and was taken to a hospital, police said at a news conference.

“She is totally fine and expected to make a full recovery,” Asst. Chief Leslie Parsons said.

There is no active threat inside the school, police said. However, the school is on lockdown, DC Public Schools said.

“I want everyone to know that are students are secure and they are safe,” Chief of Police Pamela Smith said.

Metropolitan Police Department officers were called to the school at First and N streets NW, north of New York Avenue, at about 9:55 a.m.

The area around the school is shut down. A large number of officers can be seen.

An investigation is underway. No information on a suspect or any arrests was immediately released. Police are set to provide additional details soon. Chief of Police Pamela Smith and Mayor Muriel Bowser are expected to speak.

Bowser was at an upbeat event with children, marking the opening of the annual Flower Mart at Washington National Cathedral, when she received a call apparently notifying her of the shooting.

It’s cold comfort for families and all D.C. residents, but crime in the District is down. The number of homicides is down 22% so far this year, compared to the same period last year. Assault with a dangerous weapon is down 31%. Total violent crime is down 25%.

Police said at about 11 a.m. that these streets were closed:

  • 100-200 blocks of N Street NW between First Street and New Jersey Avenue
  • 200 block of Morgan Street NW between New Jersey Avenue and Kirby Street
  • 1200 block of Kirby Street NW between N Street and New York Avenue

Anyone with potentially relevant information is asked to contact police.


Knife-wielding man arrested after brawl at Melbourne shopping centre

A 30-year-old man has been arrested after allegedly threatening two people with a knife at a shopping centre in Melbourne’s west today.
Detectives believe the man allegedly stole a knife from a grocery store before he began waving it around inside Watergardens Shopping Centre in Taylors Lakes about 12.50pm

Police allege the man used the knife to assault and threaten a 21-year-old man and a 20-year-old woman.

Tony told Nine radio’s 3AW Afternoons a brawl had unfolded between two men shortly before police arrived.
“There was a brawl in the middle of the shopping centre,” he said.
“Two people were fighting with each other and it looked like one pulled out a weapon, not sure, it could be a knife.”
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Deputies respond to “critical incident’ in Colfax; people urged to avoid area

COLFAX — Deputies were urging people to avoid a neighborhood in Colfax as they dealt with a “critical incident” on Thursday.

The scene was along the 500 block of South Auburn Street.

The Placer County Sheriff’s Office later announced that the incident had safely concluded and the area would be clearing.

Deputies said they responded to a report of a disturbance in the area but when they attempted to contact the suspect, they took off in a vehicle.

The suspect then got out of the vehicle and ran from deputies, who set a perimeter in the area. The suspect was eventually taken into custody and no injuries were reported.

The suspect’s identification has not been released at this time.

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Cause of death: Worcestershire spin bowler Baker dies aged 20

Worcestershire cricketer Josh Baker has died aged just 20.

Baker, a left-arm spinner, made his first-class debut for Worcestershire in July 2021 having come through the academy at his local county. He was a travelling reserve for England’s Under-19s World Cup squad the following year.

The youngster was in action for his county’s second team the day prior to the club announcing his death, taking three wickets.

He had featured in 20 first-class matches up until the end of last season, taking 39 wickets. He also contributed two half-centuries with the bat.

The cause of death is car accident.

In a statement, his county said: “Worcestershire County Cricket Club is heartbroken to announce the untimely passing of Josh Baker, who was aged only 20 years old.

“Josh turned professional with the Club in 2021 and quickly became a popular figure within the squad. More than his skills as a spin bowler, it was his vibrant spirit and infectious enthusiasm that endeared him to everyone he met. His warmth, kindness, and professionalism were remarkable, making him a true credit to his family and a loved member of our team.

“During this profoundly difficult time, the Club is dedicated to supporting Josh’s family, friends, and colleagues. We are united in our grief and committed to honouring his memory in a manner befitting the remarkable person he was.

“Plans to pay tribute to Josh will be made in consultation with his family and will remain private at this time. The Club, along with Josh’s family, requests the respect of privacy as we mourn this immense loss. No further comments will not be provided during this sensitive period.”

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Baker in action for Worcestershire 


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