At least one person is dead and a dozen are injured following a shooting at a grocery store in Collierville, Tennessee. Authorities confirmed the number of victims on Thursday with Police Chief Dale Lane calling it the worst tragedy the town has ever seen.
The U.S. District Court of Wyoming has issued a federal arrest warrant for Brian Laundrie as authorities continue to search for him. In a statement Thursday, the FBI’s Denver field office said the warrant was “issued pursuant to a federal grand jury indictment” related to Laundrie’s activities following the death of 22-year-old Gabby Petito.
In nearly 10 months, Baltimore, Maryland reached 250 homicides as crime and violence has continued to flood the city. Baltimore’s Democrat Mayor Brandon Scott said on Wednesday, despite being close to last year’s report of 335 total homicides in 2020, arrests in the city are up making it their number one priority.
A suspect is in custody following a school shooting at a Virginia high school that left two students wounded. The incident happened Monday at Heritage High School in Newport News, which is located east of Richmond.
A shooting at a college in Russia has left at least eight people dead and more than a dozen others wounded. Russia’s Investigative Committee reported a student opened fire at Perm State University on Monday.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) signed a bill aiming to keep violent criminals off the street as they wait for trial. He signed the Damon Allen Act on Monday, which mandates that violent criminals can only pay a cash bail and not a personal bond.
Around 1,800 witnesses and victims are preparing to testify against the 20 men suspected of orchestrating a terrorist attack in France nearly six years ago. On Wednesday, the trail began for 20 ISIS militants accused of coordinating shootings and bombings, which left 130 people dead in November of 2015.