This weekend's rainy forecast due to Subtropical Storm Alberto has canceled Fort Lauderdale's Great American Beach Party, city officials said. The free event was scheduled for Saturday and was expected to feature country music star Lee Greenwood along with other musical acts plus a vintage car show, family activities and a sand sculpting contest. It's unknown if the event will be rescheduled. Get the latest from NBC 6 anywhere, anytime Download the App Available for IOS and Android Follow NBC 6 Twitter | Facebook | Instagram … [Read more...] about Rainy Forecast From Alberto Cancels Fort Lauderdale’s Great American Beach Party
OKLAHOMA CITY - Police have identified the man who allegedly opened fire in a restaurant Thursday and was later killed by bystanders as 28-year-old Alexander C. Tilghman. According to Oklahoma City Police Captain Bo Mathews, Tilghman, wearing eye and ear protection, stood in the doorway of a Louie's on the Lake around 6:30 p.m. and began shooting into the restaurant with a handgun. A 39-year-old woman and two juvenile girls were shot and wounded, and an unnamed man fell and broke his arm while fleeing, according to a statement from police. Mathews told reporters that during the shooting, two men saw what was happening and separately went to their vehicles, retrieved their handguns, and shot Tilghman. Police identified the two men as Juan Carlos Nazario and Bryan Wittle. "They stopped an incident that was very tragic," said Mathews. "We have no idea what he was going to do when he left the restaurant." Police did not release a motive in the shooting. Captain Mathews said … [Read more...] about Police ID Okla. restaurant gunman killed by armed bystanders
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Police are searching for a man who stole cases of liquor from a Miami store at knifepoint, after his alleged getaway driver was arrested. The robbery happened Monday night at Jensen's Liquors on Southwest 27th Avenue when the suspect, posing as a customer, loaded a shopping cart with the cases of liquor and passed the store clerk without paying, Miami Police said. The man threatened the clerk and pointed a knife at him while demanding he open the locked front door, police said. The robber loaded the stolen liquor into a waiting car and fled the scene with a driver, police said. Police said the value of the stolen liquor was about $1,700. South Florida City Looks for Answers After Zombie Alert Sent The getaway driver, identified as 31-year-old Antoinette Burnes, was later arrested and the stolen car they used was recovered, police said. Detectives are still searching for the suspect, who is about 5-foot-8 or 5-foot-9, 140 to 150 pounds with a full beard and was wearing a back … [Read more...] about Booze Bandit Armed With Knife Robs Miami Liquor Store: Police
When disgraced movie producer Harvey Weinstein arrived at a New York police station to be charged with rape and sex abuse, he was seen clutching three books. Two have been identified as non-fiction hardbacks, while the third appears to be leather-bound and could be a notebook or journal.Weinstein was holding Richard Schickel's 2005 biography of Elia Kazan, a director who was posthumously accused of sexual assault by British actress Carol Drinkwater.Kazan, who died in 2003, directed the Oscar-winning film adaption of A Streetcar Named Desire, which was released in 1951 and starred Marlon Brando.He also directed the premiere stage production of Arthur Miller's the Death of a Salesman.Kazan, who was born in 1909 to Greek parents in Istanbul, Turkey, is said to have dominated both theatre and film in the US in the 1950s.Schickel's biography portrays Kazan, who was married three times, as a womaniser who had affairs with leading ladies including Marilyn Monroe.Ms Drinkwater, who appeared … [Read more...] about Harvey Weinstein: What books was disgraced movie producer carrying to police station?