Suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami in the New York City & New Jersey bombings Arrested and Taken into Custody by Law Enforcement
Law enforcement arrest New Jersey resident Ahmad Khan Rahami, wanted for NYC and N.J. bombings, after he shoots police officer.
A bloodied Ahmad Khan Rahami, 28, was arrested at 11 a.m. in Linden, N.J., only hours after the NYPD had set off a cell phone alert to millions notifying them that he was wanted in the spree of attacks.
The showdown began on a rain-soaked street around 10:30 a.m. after three men spotted Rahami sleeping in a building vestibule and called cops.
Raw Footage of Arrest
ABC News – New York Bombing Person of Interest In Custody
The man who police nabbed and shot Monday after a day-long dragnet in connection with a series of terror attacks in and around New York was a bad father who disliked America, hated gays and took long trips to his homeland of Afghanistan, according to the mother of his young daughter.
Maria, whose full name is being withheld by FoxNews.com, said her high school sweetheart, Ahmad Khan Rahami, didn’t pay child support and often railed against American culture. The 26-year-old, who spoke after her grandmother called her for a reporter who produced his press credential and identified himself at the grandmother’s home in Elizabeth, said she had not seen Rahami in two years.
“He would speak often of Western culture and how it was different back home,” she said. “How there weren’t homosexuals in Afghanistan.
I am not sure if I am believing this one.
Mohammed Rahami, the father of Ahmad Rahami, the suspect in the New Jersey and New York bombings this weekend, spoke to NBC News briefly Monday and said he had “no idea” what his son was up to.
“When you see in your family, you feel yourself, too, what’s going on,” he told NBC News’ Kerry Sanders, who approached Rahami’s car after he drove past police barricades near the scene of the capture of the suspect in Linden, New Jersey.
Asked if he believed what his son had been accused of, Rahami said, “I’m not sure what’s going on … I’m not sure what’s happening, exactly. But I think so.”
The LEFT Truly Hates America, They Claim America was Never Great … 17 Leftist Moonbats Arrested at Flag-Burning Protest Outside RNC
TAKE A GOOD LOOK AT WHAT MAKES UP AND VOTES FOR DEMOCRATS THESE DAYS …
Watch below as the hateful LEFT claims that America was never great. Ask yourself this question when you vote this November, do you want to be on their side or on the side that wants to make America great again?
A flag-burning protest turned chaotic outside Quicken Loans Arena on Wednesday afternoon as a total of 17 people were arrested and two officers suffered minor injuries.
Police Chief Calvin Williams said a protester attempted to set the flag afire — a legal activity as long as it is not used to incite a crowd — and the flames jumped to the protester’s pant legs and then spread to others. As officers attempted to extinguish the flames, the scrum became more aggressive, and two officers were assaulted, Williams said.
Two of the suspects are charged with felony assault on a police officer. The others are being charged with misdemeanors, ranging from failing to disperse to inciting violence.
Despite Wednesday’s incident, Williams said the day’s events were “relatively quiet’’ near the arena where the Republican National Convention is taking place this week
Arrest Made in 2011 Case of Missing 11 Year Old Young Celina Cass Found Murdered … Her stepfather, 52 Year Old Wendell Noyes Arrested
ARREST FINALLY MADE IN THE CASE OF MURDERED YOUNG CELINA CASS …
11 year old Young Celina Cass went missing on July 26, 2011. Sadly, six days later she was found dead wrapped in a rug at the bottom of a dam on the Connecticut River, barely a half a mile from her home in Stewartstown, N.H. Five years later an arrest has finally been made. Her stepfather, 52 year old Wendell Noyes, was arrested on Monday and charged with second-degree murder. Noyes is accused of killing Cass by submerging her body in the river. The stepfather is set to be arraigned Tuesday.
An arrest has been made in the case of an 11-year-old New Hampshire girl who mysteriously vanished and was then found dead in a river five years ago.
Young Celina Cass went missing on July 26, 2011. Her disappearance attracted national attention as the FBI and police agencies from all over New England got involved in her search. Her story appeared on the TODAY Show for a week at the time.
Six days after she disappeared her body was found wrapped in a rug at the bottom of a dam on the Connecticut River, barely a half a mile from her home in Stewartstown, N.H.
Her stepfather, Wendell Noyes, 52, was arrested on Monday and charged with second-degree murder, according to the New Hampshire Attorney General’s office.
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51 Year Old Lee Kaplan Arrested After Found Living with 12 Girls, including a teenager Girl Considered his wife (Update: Teen’s parents, Daniel & Savilla Stoltzfus “Gifted” Daughter to Kaplan four Years Ago)
GOOD GRIEF … LOCK THEM ALL UP AND THROW AWAY THE KEY …
51 year old Lee Kaplan was arrested Thursday in Bucks County, PA after he was found living with 12 girls, one of which was a teenager he considered to be his wife. Also, two of the other girls, a baby and a toddler, Kaplan fathered with the teen. Oh the story gets much worse, if at all possible. It would appear, the teen’s parents, Daniel and Savilla Stoltzfus, of Quarryville, Lancaster County, who were arrested, after they told police they had “gifted” their daughter to Kaplan four years ago. SICK!!!
A 51-year-old Bucks County man was arrested after he was found living with 12 girls, including a teenager he considered his wife, and a baby and a toddler he fathered with her, authorities said Friday.
Lee Kaplan was arrested Thursday morning at his home on the 400 block of Old Street Road in Lower Southampton after an anonymous tip led county child welfare workers and police to his door, Lower Southampton police Lt. John Krimmel said.
Some of the children were hiding in the small house.
“We kept finding more children,” Krimmel said. “It’s just a crazy situation.”
The oldest girl, now 18, told police she was the mother of two of the girls, a 3-year-old and a 6-month-old, Krimmel said.
The teen’s parents, Daniel and Savilla Stoltzfus, of Quarryville, Lancaster County, also were arrested after they told police they had “gifted” their daughter to Kaplan four years ago.
9 Year Old Carlie Marie Trent Found Alive by Donnie Lawson & Roger Carpenter in Hawkins County, TN … Gary Simpson Arrested
Carlie Marie Trent found SAFE!!!
9 year old Carlie Trent was found safe yesterday by two men, Donnie Lawson and Roger Carpenter, in Hawkins County, Tennessee. The two men were searching isolated areas in the back country of northeastern Tennessee on Thursday when they came upon Carlie Trent and her uncle, Gary Simpson. Roger Carpenter, a Baptists minister, held the uncle at gunpoint, while the other man, Donnie Lawson, called the authorities. Carlie Trent had been missing since May 4, when Simpson, an uncle by marriage, picked the girl up from her elementary school in Rogersville.
Gary Simpson was arrested and taken into police custody. Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Director Mark Gwyn stated that the Gary Simpson is being charged with especially aggravated kidnapping and may face additional charges. According to accounts, Carlie appeared to be OK; however, she was taken to the hospital to be checked out and evaluated.
Two men searching the back country of northeastern Tennessee on Thursday found a 9-year-old girl who has been missing for more than week and held the uncle accused of abducting her at gunpoint until police arrived, authorities said.
Donnie Lawson and Roger Carpenter found Carlie Marie Trent in Hawkins County, the same rural part of the state she had disappeared from on May 4 after police said her uncle Gary Simpson took her out of school without permission, Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Director Mark Gwyn said at a news conference.
Lawson and Carpenter were acting on law enforcement appeals to search isolated areas on all-terrain vehicles, Gwyn said. Carpenter, a Baptist minister, held Simpson at gunpoint while Lawson went to call police.
“This is just two heroes that went onto the property just to see, by chance, could they be there,” Gwyn said. “And they were.”