On December 11, 2018, Breitbart News reported on our correspondence with the New Jersey State Police (NJSP), learning that they would not rule out going house-to-house, or door-to-door, to enforce the new “high-capacity” magazine ban. New Jersey’s new ban, which took effect during the midnight hour of Tuesday, December 11, makes it a felony to possess a magazine holding more than ten rounds.We asked the NJSP if they would be enforcing this ban on a traffic stop-basis — checking magazines in firearms when they pulled over drivers for speeding, reckless driving, etc. — or whether they would enforce it by going to house-to-house to check the capacity of magazines owned by New Jersey residents. Rather than ruling that option out, they responded: “We do not discuss enforcement strategies.” NJSP contacted Breitbart News on the night of December 11, offering a second statement which went further than the first. They said: … [Read more...] about NJ State Police: ‘No Plans to Go Door-to-Door’ to Enforce Magazine Ban
MENLO PARK, Calif. — Police in Menlo Park are investigating a bomb threat early Tuesday evening near offices of Facebook and Instagram, according to authorities. CBS San Francisco reports the police department issued an alert shortly after 5 p.m. asking the public to avoid the area as officers investigate a bomb threat. Menlo Park police confirmed to CBS San Francisco that the bomb threat was initially called in to the New York Police Department and the information was relayed to local law enforcement. The threatened building, which is on the main Facebook campus, has been evacuated and a bomb squad is going through the building looking for evidence of a bomb. A few buildings have been evacuated and everyone at the company is safe, according to Facebook officials. … [Read more...] about Police investigate bomb threat near Facebook and Instagram offices in Calif.
By Ashley McBride Published 7:46 pm PST, Tuesday, December 11, 2018 Two women caught on video trashing a San Francisco restaurant during SantaCon over the weekend turned themselves into police Tuesday, authorities said. Two women caught on video trashing a San Francisco restaurant during SantaCon over the weekend turned themselves into police Tuesday, authorities said. Photo: Filipa Ioannou / Photo: Filipa Ioannou / Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Two women caught on video trashing a San Francisco restaurant during SantaCon over the weekend turned themselves into police Tuesday, authorities said. Two women caught on video trashing a San Francisco restaurant during SantaCon over the weekend turned themselves into police Tuesday, authorities said. … [Read more...] about Two women caught on video trashing SF restaurant surrender to police
Police are looking for answers after a man was found shot dead in his car at a traffic light Monday night in Miami Gardens. Jamie Humet, 47, was found unresponsive before 9 p.m. in the 20700 block of NW 2nd Street, according to the Miami Gardens Police Department. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Family members told NBC 6 Humet worked as a librarian in Miami Lakes and was a good man with no enemies. They called the situation a "robbery gone bad" and that Humet was in the wrong place at the wrong time. Anyone with information is urged to contact Miami Gardens police detective S. Horne at 305-474-1560 or anonymously through Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS. Tips may be eligible for a reward up to $3,000. 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 Man Fatally Shot Inside Car in Miami Gardens: Police
The Amazon box sat in front of the doorway Tuesday afternoon — perhaps just one more Christmas gift of the season. But nearby, St. Paul police waited. With an increase in package thefts during the holiday season, police were seeing if anyone would steal this package. It had a small GPS device inside and, if the box were stolen, police planned to track and arrest the perpetrator. Sgt. Dave Strecker saw a couple of cars drive by slowly — he doesn’t know if they were just taking their time or checking out the box, but no one moved toward it. After about 90 minutes, Strecker retrieved the package and they decided to try another day. St. Paul police are using “bait packages” for the first time and, while they’re not giving away details about when and where Operation Drop Box will be in effect, their work is not secret. “We want would-be thieves to know we have the technology and maybe they’ll think twice before stealing someone’s package … [Read more...] about Is there GPS in that package on the doorstep? St. Paul police get crafty to target ‘porch pirates’