A Columbus police spokesman says witnesses gave a great description of the white getaway auto and even took video that provided partial information on the license plate. The suspect spoke to an employee at the restaurant about a half-hour before returning to the restaurant, where he immediately began attacking patrons with a machete. After the suspect returned to the restaurant, he attacked a man and woman at a booth just inside the door, Columbus police Sgt. Rich Weiner said.
Police are appealing for witnesses to a fatal road traffic collision at Teynham on Saturday 13 February. 'We have already spoken to a number of witnesses but are keen to speak to anyone else who saw the incident and has yet to speak to us, or who saw the cyclist or the HGV prior to the collision.'
Police are appealing for witnesses to the crash which happened on Saturday February 13. Patrols were called to the A2 London Road at 10.15am after an HGV hit a female cyclist. The woman, in her early 70s, died at the scene and her next of kin have been informed. Officers from Kent Police's Serious Collision Investigation Unit are appealing for witnesses to the collision.
On the Friday's hearing, the presiding judge, Domingos Januario, heard Cesaltina Cutaia, Elias Isaac and Fernando Gomes. As much of the previous declarants, heard by the court, they also said that they got aware of it through the Internet that their names had been included in the referred list, without ever having given consent. The judge scheduled the next session for February 23, to hear more declarants. The 17 defendants accused of acts rebellion are being judged at the 14th session of the common crimes of the Provincial Court of Luanda.
This, the Bishops emphasise, "means showing God's forgiveness, compassion, tenderness and love, to build a fairer Congo, where unity, reconciliation, dialogue, harmony and sharing take precedence over selfishness, hatred, rancour, vindictiveness and divisions," the Bishops emphasise. The Bishops describe war as the enemy of progress and of humankind.
A Subaru driving along Bishop's Lane left the road a crashed into a tree at around 9.10pm on Thursday, February 11. David Gallagher, a spokesman for the South Central Ambulance Service, said: "There were two patients trapped in the car. "We sent two land ambulances and the air ambulance. "The air ambulance crew travelled in the ambulance with the patient with life-threatening injuries."
Shortly after 6pm on Friday 5 February the men, who possessed two knives, targeted the store on Trafford Road. One of the men restrained the security guard whilst the other two forced staff to open the till. Detective Sergeant Wendy Grace of the Salford division has stated, "These men targeted the store and staff were faced with men brandishing knives. Fortunately no one was hurt but this was a terrifying experience for those involved".
Senate Armed Services Committee Hearing, "Worldwide Threats," witnesses: Director of National Intelligence James Clapper and Defense Intelligence Agency Director Lt. Gen. Vincent Stewart, February 9, 2016. REED: Are you confident that you could detect a serious deviation from the [Iran nuclear] agreements in sufficient time to give the executive options?
Burundi has been in crisis since April when President Pierre Nkurunziza ran for and won a controversial third term, sparking street protests, a failed coup, regular killings and a nascent rebellion. One was a local elected member from the ruling CNDD-FDD party and the other a member of a youth league, the Imbonerakure, according to two witnesses who spoke to AFP by phone. The Imbonerakure is linked to the party in power and has been branded a militia by the United Nations.
Witnesses described seeing the pair acting 'like savages' over discounted produce. The man was wearing a farmer style cap, a jacket and jeans and black trainers with red bottoms. A spokesman for Sainsbury's said: "We can confirm there was an incident in our Torquay store at the weekend. The police were called and we are helping them with their enquiries."
Six of the girls were "seriously" injured, mainly with broken bones, police said. A passer-by witnessed the collision on Belvidere Road and reported that the vehicle mounted a kerb and struck a number of children. "Eight people were injured during the collision, thankfully none critical or life threatening. We are working with the Highways Agency, witnesses, the injured girls and the driver, to piece together exactly how this collision happened," he said.
International Criminal Court appeals judges have ruled that statements made by five witnesses who later changed their stories or refused to testify against Kenya's deputy president cannot be used as evidence. But appeals Judge Piotr Hofmanski said the statements were admitted "to the detriment of the accused" and reversed the decision allowing them to be used at the trial.