Video surveillance captures shocking footage of a man opening fire on a crowded bus.
The video is from a TTC transit bus in Toronto and shows Richard Haynes opening fire with the intent of settling a score with a man that he had argued with earlier in the day. Haynes and another man, Marlon Cooper, attempt to get the victim off the bus and when that failed Haynes got back on the bus and fired one shot at the victim. The bullet missed its target but did find its way into the coat lining of an elderly woman sitting near the back of the bus.
Haynes was subsequently sentenced to 9 years in prison on attempted murder charges. Cooper was sentenced to 2 years for assault.
A Brazilian community is in shock after a mother is killed as her 10-year-old son looks on.
Surveillance video from a local business at the crime scene shows the boy exit his mother’s vehicle and cross the street. As the mother sits in her car two suspects approach on a motorcycle and open fire on the mother. The car then rolls off down the street as the son chases it.
Police are currently investigating the crime. No word on a motive or suspects.
A Detroit man is counting his blessing after two kids try to rob him at gunpoint but have a strange change of heart.
The man, only identified as Jay, says two kids approached him as he sat on his front porch and demanded money at gunpoint. After the teens see the man’s tattoos they find out he is a tattoo artist and offer the man an apology. The teens then leave without taking a cent. But Jay says that is not enough. He wants these kids off the street. Police are investigating.
A robbery suspect was shot and killed after the suspect and his accomplice held up a convenience store. The suspects actually make it out of the establishment and hop on their getaway motorcycle when the off duty cop approaches firing several shots at the suspects. One suspect appears to flee on foot while the other is struck and falls to the ground. No word on if the suspect that got away was caught.
A wanted man in Georgia is arrested in Jacksonville, NC and police make a surprising discovery after the suspect was already booked into jail.
Michael Ward, wanted for murder in Canton,GA, was pulled over for speeding in Onslow County. He gave the officer a driver license that was not his own and was arrested.
Now here is were the story gets interesting. The officer claims he searched Ward as best he could after Ward indicated he had a medical condition. Ward was taken to the hospital to be checked out and was searched again. At that time Ward was taken to the county jail where he was searched a third time. He was even stripped search and officers found no weapons. But the next morning inmates who were sharing a cell with Ward told officers Ward had a .38 caliber pistol on him.
The gun, which measured about 10-inches long, was believed to have been stored in the suspect’s rectum. His reason for hiding the gun was probably due to the fact that he has a warrant for his arrest in Canton, Ga for murder.
Ward was subsequently taken to the hospital to be checked out again. He is awaiting extradition back to Georgia.