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A BABY-FACED thug jailed after slamming a cop against his car bonnet during a police chase is a feral one-man crimewave who trashed a dead baby's memorial, say fed-up neighbours. Kash Parkinson, 18, was caged after footage showed him throwing hero PC Christopher Haxby against the bonnet of his patrol car while trying to race away in a stolen Ford Fiesta. The pint-size yob, from Ashton-under-Lyne, Greater Manchester, has a string of arrests for vehicle thefts, drug offences, assault and vandalism. Residents on the estate he has terrorised for years said they were delighted to have seen him banged up for four years. One woman, who asked not to be named for fear of reprisals, said she was almost killed by the thug when he crashed into her car on a stolen bike last year. She said: "Kash was always causing trouble of one sort or another. One time he was riding a stolen motorbike and nearly hit my car. "He came out of nowhere and I got the shock of my life – he must have been … [Read more...] about Baby-faced thug who rammed hero cop in joyriding spree is ‘feral teen who trashed dead baby’s memorial and threatened to torch homes’
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Nestor Ramos Globe Staff July 24, 2018 This is a tale of two parking violations. One occurred Sunday night in Cambridge, where a ticket was tucked under the windshield wiper of a Lamborghini Huracán parked in a handicapped space on Hampshire Street.The other happened more than a decade ago in Missouri, and it landed a woman in jail. Advertisement Taken together, they define the vast distance between the haves and have-nots in a country where the gap between rich and poor grows ever wider. Get Fast Forward in your inbox: Forget yesterday's news. Get what you need today in this early-morning email. Thank you for signing up! Sign up for more newsletters here First, the Lambo:Andrew Kubitschek was riding his bicycle home on Sunday evening when he spotted the gleaming white slab of sleek sports car parked outside the Cambridge Department of Public … [Read more...] about There’s two kinds of law in America: One for people with Lamborghinis, and one for everyone else
Produced by Jaime Stolz and Marc Goldbaum [This story originally aired on May 6, 2017] "To have anybody murdered is a shock to the community, but to have an 11-year-old boy and a housekeeper killed in the manner they were – I think is a whole 'nother level," Omaha Police Sgt. Scott Warner told CBS News correspondent Jim Axelrod. In 2008, a community was shocked by the brutal stabbing deaths of Tom Hunter and Shirlee Sherman inside the Hunter family home. Police found no DNA, no signs of a robbery and little motive for someone to want them dead. Five years later and six miles away, tragedy struck again when Dr. Roger Brumback, and his wife, Mary, were found murdered in their home. For the two law enforcement officers investigating the cases, the attack on the Brumbacks was eerily similar to what they found five years earlier with the Hunter and Sherman murders. Investigators would find more similarities between the cases and a trail that led to Creighton University … [Read more...] about Was revenge the motive behind Omaha stabbing deaths?
TWO people fell in love and we all showed up. The words of preacher Michael Curry summed up the joy of Harry and Meghan’s wedding. It was a day of history. And as the couple kissed on the steps of St George’s Chapel, Windsor, it felt like a new beginning. Here, we celebrate the day in words and pictures. It will always be remembered as the day worlds collided – and changed the course of the monarchy for ever. In St George’s Chapel, Windsor, surrounded by the long-buried kings and queens of England, British ceremony and American soul were put centre stage, blending centuries- old tradition and a forward-looking future. But for all the spectacle, for all the significance of a blue-blooded prince marrying a mixed-race divorcee, it boiled down to a lovestruck young couple who couldn’t keep their eyes off each other, who pledged themselves to each other like they just couldn’t believe their luck. As fiery Episcopal preacher Michael Curry later said in his … [Read more...] about We celebrate Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s historic wedding which will change the course of the Royal Family forever