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Man was arrested after being caught in the act shining a laser pen at a police helicopter - endangering the lives of the crew on board.The chopper was assisting officers on the ground with a vehicle stop in Walsall, West Mids., when the bright beam was shone into the cockpit on Tuesday (17/1)SWNS
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LAS CRUCES, N.M.- The teen who shot and injured a 34-year-old man was identified, Las Cruces police said, but they need help finding the shooter. The Las Cruces Police Department identified 17-year-old Gustavo Angel Alvarado as the shooting suspect who they said shot and wounded Pete Limon Thursday evening. KFOX14 doesn't identify teen suspects, but due to the fact that he is a shooting suspect, KFOX14 is identifying Alvarado.\/em
The shooting took place outside a mobile home in the mobile home park where they both live, on Karen Avenue. That's near the intersection of U.S. Route 70 and Three Crosses Avenue.Limon's condition is still critical while receiving treatment at University Medical Center after being shot in the abdomen, a Las Cruces police spokesperson said. Police said Alvarado shot Limon Thursday after he witnessed an argument between Limon and someone else. Detectives said Alvarado saw the fight and armed himself with a shotgun before confronting, then shooting, Alvarado. Police said Alvarado then ran away and got rid of the shotgun. That firearm has since been recovered. Meanwhile, in the hunt for Alvarado and investigation into the shooting, there has been a lot of police activity around that neighborhood. \"We are still conducting an investigation. We are interviewing a lot of people. Today we were gathering evidence; I'm sure executing a search warrant. We are, -- basically, what it all comes down to is we are trying to finalize this case,\" police spokesman Dan Truillo said. Las Cruces Crime Stoppers is offering a $1,000 reward for information that leads to Alvarado's arrest. Their number is 1-800-222-TIPS. Police say charges against Alvarado are pending.
LAS CRUCES, N.M.- The teen who shot and injured a 34-year-old man was identified, Las Cruces police said, but they need help finding the shooter. The Las Cruces Police Department identified 17-year-old Gustavo Angel Alvarado as the shooting suspect who they said shot and wounded Pete Limon Thursday evening. KFOX14 doesn't identify teen suspects, but due to the fact that he is a shooting suspect, KFOX14 is identifying Alvarado.
CANDACE OWENS (HOST): Obviously, Dylan Mulvaney is not a little girl. If we lived in a sane society, we would all say it's not normal for somebody that is supposed to be a grown man to have a fetish because this is what this is. You're watching a fetish play out in real time about being a little girl. That's not normal. That is something that should scare us. That is something that if you see, you should not want around your young children. If my little girl was around a man that wanted to play dress up in little girl clothing, I would pull her away from him. I would probably call the police. This is -- in a sane society, we would say this is something that we cannot have. This would be a sign, right? People tell you that there's something wrong with them, you should listen to them. But no, things are upside down.
Most British police officers (except in Northern Ireland) are not routinely armed. Instead, they rely on specially trained Authorised Firearms Officers (AFO) to attend incidents where firearms are necessary. Specialist Firearms Officers are usually trained to a higher standard than AFOs, because they are likely to be required to enter besieged premises. The vast majority of firearms used by British police are semi-automatic. Police use of force regarding firearms was governed by the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO, dissolved 2015).
Firearms used by police officers vary between police forces in the UK. The Chief Constable and Police authority of each force decides the number of firearms officers and type of police firearms available. In 2010, 5.56mm calibre carbines were widely introduced in case of an attack similar to the 2008 Mumbai attacks.
Unlike territorial police forces in England, Scotland and Wales, as well as the Garda Síochána in the neighbouring Republic of Ireland, all Police Service of Northern Ireland officers are trained to use firearms and are routinely armed while on duty, as were those of the preceding Royal Ulster Constabulary; many officers also carry firearms while off duty. Historically, RUC officers were issued with the Ruger Speed-Six revolver from 1979 onwards and had access to the Sterling submachine gun and the Ruger AC-556 select-fire rifle until these were replaced by the Heckler & Koch MP5 submachine gun and the Heckler & Koch G3 and Heckler & Koch HK33 rifles between 1992 and 1995, with the PSNI inheriting the Speed-Six revolvers and the Heckler & Koch weapons upon its formation in 2001; the Speed-Six revolvers were subsequently superseded by the Glock 17 pistol from 2002 onwards, while Heckler & Koch G36 variants were acquired to supplement earlier Heckler & Koch weapons. L104 riot guns are available for crowd control purposes. 041b061a72