A massive manhunt continued Tuesday after an Orlando police officer was shot and killed, and another officer died in a traffic accident as he helped search for the gunman.
The suspect, identified at Markeith Loyd, is considered "armed and extremely dangerous." Hundreds of law enforcement officers have been hunting for him since Orlando police Master Sgt. Debra Clayton, 42, was shot outside a Walmart on Monday.On Monday morning, Clayton had received word that Loyd, who is a suspect in the killing of his pregnant girlfriend, was near a local Walmart. She chased after him and was fatally shot.
The suspect fled the scene, triggering an intense manhunt that included door-to-door searches in apartment complexes. Dozens of schools were placed on lockdown until Monday afternoon.
Hours later, another officer died while taking part in the manhunt when his motorcycle collided with another vehicle. He was identified as Orange County Sheriff's Deputy First Class Norman Lewis.
With two officers dead and a suspect at large, police have vowed to find Loyd. They are offering up to $60,000 in reward for information leading to his arrest.
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After the shooting, Loyd fled in a vehicle and fired shots at another officer, police said. That officer was not seriously injured.
The suspect then abandoned the first vehicle and carjacked another one. He ditched that second vehicle shortly after and ran into an apartment complex, Mina said.
Residents were urged to stay inside. Mina said officers searched "dozens of apartments and residences."
"I believe there have been people out there helping him all along," he said. "If we find out about those people we will criminally charge them."
He said Loyd would be charged with first-degree murder of a law enforcement officer and attempted murder of the officer he fired at.
Many officers in the area joined the effort to find Loyd. Among them was Deputy Norman Lewis with the Orange County Sheriff's, who died in a crash as he was on his motorcycle.
"A motorist turned in front of him," Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings said. "Based on eyewitness testimony, he had a green light, he was not traveling at any (high) rate of speed."
Lewis had worked 11 years with the sheriff's department.
"To lose two law enforcement officers on this Law Enforcement Officer Appreciation Day is indeed a tragedy," the sheriff said.
The department is mourning Lewis, but there is also a suspect on the loose.
"While we're processing our own emotional feelings, we still have a job to do," Demings said.
The shooting happened early Monday morning after Clayton had received word that Loyd was in the area near a local Walmart. She radioed at 7:17 a.m. to say she was trying to contact a murder suspect.
Loyd was wanted in the December 13 fatal shooting of Sade Dixon, 24, his pregnant girlfriend, CNN affiliate WFTV reported.
Clayton tried to stop Loyd and briefly chased the suspect on foot, said the Orlando police chief.
"As soon as she said stop, he basically opened fire on her," Mina said.
A witness outside the Walmart described a similar scene.
"I was walking down the sidewalk, right past the officer, and I heard her tell him to stop, or whatever, and he shot her," witness James Herman told CNN affiliate WFTV. "He shot her down."
The gunman continued shooting behind him as he was running from the scene, Herman said. He also said the man wore a security shirt, but Mina said the suspect was not a security guard.
Clayton returned fire but investigators don't think she struck the gunman, Mina said.
Mina said his department is grieving the death of Clayton, a 17-year veteran.
"I've known Debra for 17 years. She was extremely committed to our youth and the community. She did so many different projects in the community.
"She organized several marches against violence by herself," the police chief said.
Clayton was married and the mother of a college-age son.
Clayton's death marks the first fatal shooting of a law enforcement officer in the United States in 2017, said Steve Groeninger of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund. Clayton and Lewis are the second and third on-duty law enforcement officer to die in 2017.
With iOS 10 betas, Apple added a “[App] May Slow Down Your iPhone” alert that appeared throughout the beta process when an app was run that did not comply with Apple’s 64-bit app policy. If a user launched a 32-bit app, the alert would appear to warn them that the app was not optimized for iOS 10 and its usage may affect overall system performance.
When iOS 10 shipped to the public last month, that warning message was removed and 32-bit apps were given a reprieve from the public naming and shaming that had gone on throughout the beta period. Now, though, with iOS 10.1 in its own beta-testing phase, the warnings are back – and they’re now even more dire than last time.
Apparently keen to force the hand of developers who have not updated their apps to support 64-bit architecture, Apple’s new iOS 10.1 alert warns anyone running a 32-bit app that it “may slow down your iPhone.” The alert then also goes on to say that “the developer of this app needs to update it to improve its compatibility.”
While there are few show-stopping reasons that would cause the average user to care too much, this warning alert should give them an indication as to the current state of any apps that are causing it to be displayed.
Apple began to ask developers to update for 64-bit compatibility back in 2013, and now that we are three years down the road, they really should have had a chance to get the work done. We’d suggest that if you’re running an app that hasn’t been updated yet, there’s a good chance it probably isn’t going to be.
As for the warning message itself, we expect to see it mothballed before the public release of iOS 10.1. Who knows, it may make another appearance in time for the next round of beta releases.
In a bid to push developers to update their apps to 64-bit frameworks, Apple has introduced a new warning message with iOS 10.1. The message reads: “[App Name] may slow down your iPhone”, with a slug, “The developer of this app needs to update it to improve its compatibility.” This message only appears if you're running a 32-bit app.
This won’t affect a vast majority of iOS users as Apple stopped accepting updates to 32-bit apps in June 2015. If you are seeing this error, it’s most likely because the developer has abandoned the app. We first noticed this warning message with Touch Arcade’s iOS app, which is as a great way to check for price drops on iOS games. The app fell foul of Apple’s App Store regulations and its developers had to stop updating it. While the app may not have been updated for a long time, it continues to work and is perhaps the best way to check if your favourite games have received a discount.
There are plenty of great apps and games that have been removed from the App Store or somehow continue to work in spite of receiving no updates in years. These are the apps most likely to be affected by the update. Plenty of people continue to use some such apps and Apple’s latest move will slowly push these apps out of the door. Apple’s iOS device lineup is ready to move entirely to 64-bit chips and these legacy apps do affect performance on new Apple devices.
That said, Apple’s warning message does seem poorly worded. If you don’t run the app all the time, it’s definitely not going to affect the performance of your iOS device. It might be alarming, but most people can continue to use these apps without facing any major issues. The warning message could just be a sign of things to come. It could indicate that iOS 11 may remove support for 32-bit apps entirely and these apps won’t work on your iOS device.
Which 32-bit apps do you still use on iOS? Let us know via the comments.
Tilikum, the killer whale involved in the deaths of three people, has died, SeaWorld reported Friday.
Esteban Santiago needed help after he returned from a tour in Iraq a changed man, his brother said Saturday.
But Bryan Santiago said his brother didn't get the help he needed.Esteban Santiago's aunt said her nephew talked about the destruction he witnessed. About the killing of children. Visions that haunted him.
"His mind was not right," Maria Ruiz Rivera told CNN in a phone interview from her home in New Jersey. "He seemed normal at times, but other times he seemed lost. He changed."
Bryan Santiago, who lives in Puerto Rico, said his brother asked authorities for help.
"And they did nothing. They had him hospitalized for four days, and then they let him go. How are you going to let someone leave a psychological center after four days when he is saying that he is hearing voices?"
Esteban Santiago is suspected of killing five people Friday at Florida's Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, authorities have said.
Relatives said he had been different since his tour in Iraq, where he was deployed with the Puerto Rico National Guard from April 2010 to February 2011.
"He talked about all the destruction and the killing of children. He had visions all the time," said Ruiz, speaking in Spanish during the interview.
Bryan Santiago said he believes the shooting rampage resulted from mental issues that appeared after Iraq.
Bryan Santiago, in an interview in Peñuelas, Puerto Rico, said he talked with people who know his brother and they told him he didn't get the treatment he needed.
The Santiago brothers hadn't talked lately, Bryan said.
Ruiz said she also lost contact with her nephew.
"He stopped calling," she said. "He wouldn't respond to my messages. I would call and text. He seemed distant."
On Friday, Ruiz said she heard her nephew's name during a TV news report on the Fort Lauderdale shooting.
"Who would have imagined that he could do something like this?" she said. "I don't say that because we're family. I say it because he wasn't like that."
In January 2016, Esteban Santiago was arrested and charged with assault and criminal mischief after an argument with his girlfriend in Anchorage, Alaska, according to court documents that CNN obtained.
At the time, Santiago allegedly yelled at his girlfriend while she was in the bathroom, according to the complaint. He then broke down the bathroom door.
The woman told investigators that Santiago strangled her and struck her in the side of the head, the complaint said. Santiago left before police arrived.
Anchorage municipal prosecutor Seneca Theno said Santiago pleaded no contest to criminal mischief and assault charges. Under a deferred prosecution agreement, the charges would have been dismissed if he complied with the conditions. He was due back in court on March 28.
His record included two earlier minor offenses: no proof of insurance and a taillight violation in 2015.
Santiago was employed by an Anchorage security company, a law enforcement official said.
Ruiz said her nephew lived with his girlfriend and their child.
Several months ago, Santiago's strange behavior came to the attention of agents at the FBI's Anchorage office. The suspect allegedly told authorities at the time that an intelligence agency was telling him to watch ISIS videos, according to law enforcement officials.
Santiago brought a loaded pistol magazine into the FBI office, Anchorage Police Chief Chris Tolley said. He left his gun and child in the car. Police called the girlfriend to pick up the child and kept the pistol for safekeeping, Tolley said.
Marlin Ritzman, who heads the FBI office in Anchorage, said the FBI looked into Santiago's background and found no ties to terrorism.
The FBI asked police to take Santiago to get a mental health evaluation and Santiago voluntarily checked himself in.
"His erratic behavior concerned FBI agents," George Piro, the FBI's special agent in charge in Miami, said Saturday.
Anchorage police returned the gun when Santiago came to the police station in December to get it, Tolley said.
Investigators believe it was the same gun that was found at the scene of Friday's shooting, law enforcement sources told CNN.
Santiago flew to Florida on a Delta Air Lines flight from Alaska via Minnesota, officials said. He had declared his handgun in a firearms carrying case, a lieutenant with the Anchorage airport police said.
At the Fort Lauderdale airport, he picked up the carrying case at baggage claim, went into a bathroom stall and loaded a magazine, according to a federal criminal complain citing three crimes he is alleged to have committed.
Authorities are still trying to figure out why Santiago shot and killed five people.
Piro said Saturday that investigators "continue to look at the terrorism angle" as a possible motive.
"We have not ruled out anything," he said. "We continue to look at all avenues, all motives."
Santiago was cooperating with investigators, who had interviewed him for several hours, according to Piro. The interview concluded early Saturday.
Santiago is in federal custody and will appear Monday in court in Broward County, officials said.
The three federal charges have the death penalty as the maximum sentence, if Santiago is convicted.
Santiago joined the Puerto Rico National Guard in December 2007, said Lt. Col. Candis Olmstead of the Alaska Army National Guard.
After service in Iraq from April 2010 to February 2011, Santiago received the Iraq Campaign Medal with a campaign star, a combat-related honor, CNN's Barbara Starr reported.
He served in the US Army Reserve before joining the Alaska Army National Guard in November 2014, Olmstead said.
The suspect was later given a general discharge from the Alaska Army National Guard in August for unsatisfactory performance.
Santiago was not on the radar for possible terrorism ties, according to a law enforcement official and a Department of Homeland Security official.
He had no significant foreign travel that was ever flagged, another official said.
(CNN)He was incoherent and agitated. Voices in his head told him to join ISIS, according to law enforcement sources.
Authorities were so concerned when Esteban Santiago visited the FBI Anchorage, Alaska, office in November that they confiscated his gun and ordered a mental health evaluation. A month later, Santiago retrieved the weapon from police headquarters.Last week, Santiago, 26, used that same gun, law enforcement sources said, to kill five people and wound several others at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. Santiago confessed to planning the assault, according to court papers.
As authorities work to pinpoint Santiago's motive, others are asking another question: Why did the suspected gunman still have his firearm?
The federal Gun Control Act bars a person "who has been adjudicated as a mental defective or has been committed to any mental institution," from owning a firearm.
That means a court or a lawful judicial authority must have issued an order requiring an involuntary mental health commitment, according to CNN legal analyst Paul Callan, a former New York City homicide prosecutor.
"Unless there was some sort of a court order requiring involuntary commitment for mental health treatment, under existing gun control legislation, he could not be deprived of his constitutional right to possesses a weapon," Callan said.
Callan added, "People who submit to voluntary mental health treatment don't lose their right to possess firearms under current US law."
Callan said mental health authorities are required by law to warn potential targets of a possible violent attack if the patient reveals this during their treatment.
It's unknown how long Santiago spent in the medical facility for his mental evaluation and what it revealed.
Some states have adopted tougher restrictions than federal laws on gun ownership for people with mental health issues.
In Maryland, a person may not possess a regulated firearm if the person suffers from a mental disorder or "has a history of violent behavior" against other persons, according to the Washington, D.C.-based National Conference of State Legislatures.
"Some other states include voluntary commitment in their barriers to gun ownership," said CNN legal analyst Danny Cevallos, a personal injury and criminal defense attorney.
In the District of Columbia, police have to confirm that a registration applicant "has not been voluntarily or involuntarily committed to any mental hospital or institution" in the five years immediately preceding the application. The applicant must present medical documents showing they have recovered from the mental issue that led to the commitment, according the law.
Alaska, however, follows the federal law on mental health and gun ownership.
Santiago's brother, Bryan, told CNN in an interview he believed the shooting rampage stemmed from mental issues that surfaced after Santiago's 10-month tour in Iraq while serving in the Puerto Rico National Guard.
Santiago requested medical help from the military and federal agencies, his brother said. He received some treatment.
In Santiago's meeting with the FBI, he told them an intelligence agency was telling him to watch ISIS videos, law enforcement sources said. He said he didn't intend to harm anyone, the FBI said.
The FBI said it closed its assessment of Santiago after conducting database reviews, checking with other agencies and interviewing family members, according to a senior federal law enforcement official.
"There is a big difference between recognizing something is very off about a person and them being actually adjudicated with a mental defect or involuntarily committed," said Cevallos.
Here is a look at the evolution of gun laws in America.
Responsibility for the recent terrorist attack in Berlin where a truck slammed into a crowded popular Christmas market has been claimed by ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria), according to a news agency run by the extremists. The attack, which killed 12 people, comes in the wake of news that ISIS has called upon their followers to execute Christmas attacks in Europe and Britain’s MI5’s warnings that both ISIS and al-Qaeda plan a wave of attacks throughout the European Union.
What is the Dai Li Agency? Simply put, it is the "secret government". This agency has powers and authority that go well beyond any other agency in the nation. What can the Dai Li do? It can suspend laws. It can move entire populations. It can arrest and detain citizens without a warrant and can hold them without a trial. It can seize property, food supplies, and transportation systems. And it can even suspend the Constitution of Far Drop.
When the first concept had been presented, its original mission was to assure the survivability of the Far Drop's Government in the event of a nuclear attack. It's secondary function was to be a Federal coordinating body during times of domestic disasters. These disasters consisted of earthquakes, floods, and hurricanes.
The "secret" black helicopters that are reported throughout SP Property, mainly in the West, Eastern, and Southern areas are flown by Dai Li personnel. It has been given the responsibility for many new national disasters such as forest fires, home heating emergencies, refugee situations, riots, and emergency planning for nuclear and toxic incidents. It works together with the Dai Li of the Earth Kingdom city of Ba Sing Se.
A series of Executive Orders (EO) was used to create the Dai Li. It does not matter whether an EO is Constitutional or not, it becomes a law simply by being published in the Federal Registry. These orders go around Congress.
If you violated school policy governing cell phone usage during school hours, then your school can probably confiscate your phone. Check your student handbook to see what the policy is regarding cell phone confiscation. In most cases, however, the school is not allowed to access the personal information on your phone even if they confiscate it. If they take your phone for a particular reason – for example, another student claims you sent them an inappropriate text message during the school day – they may be allowed to check for that particular message, but they should not be checking additional information on the phone, such as your contact list, photos, etc.
If a school official asks for permission to search your phone, you do not have to agree or give your permission. Like your personal email and Facebook accounts, the police would generally need a warrant to search your cell phone.
A man who discovered a real-life pot of gold was captured on surveillance video apparently stealing it from the back of an armored truck in broad daylight. The aluminum pail was filled with 86 pounds of gold flakes, worth an estimated $1.6 million.
The alleged theft happened earlier this fall in midtown Manhattan, on Sept. 29 at about 4:30 p.m., according to a news release from the New York Police Department on Tuesday.
The video, obtained by ABC News, was captured near the corner of 5th Avenue and 48th Street and shows the suspect fleeing on foot with the stolen black, aluminum 5 gallon pail.
The armored truck had been parked in midtown Manhattan at the time of the alleged theft, the NYPD said. There were no reported injuries connected to the incident, the police department added.
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The police are seeking an individual they described as a male, Hispanic 5'6", 150 lbs, 50-60 years old who was wearing a black vest, green shirt and blue jeans. The man is also visible in the video.
Anyone with information in regards to the alleged theft is asked to call the NYPD's CrimeStoppers Hotline at 800-577-TIPS or 1-888-57-PISTA (for Spanish). All calls are kept strictly confidential. The public can also submit tips at Crime Stoppers' website at www.NYPDCRIMESTOPPERS.com or by texting 274637(CRIMES) and entering TIP577.
A just released update from CB Radio Industries now enables users to upload their own music directly to CB Hits! This means that if you have the music, we no longer have to crawl the internet for the music. Many people are attracted to this very special update to the song request process.
If you are a citizen of Far Drop, well we have great news for you! Far Drop has finally achieved independence in terms of funding, this means that you can expect more great renovations to all of the existing facilities at Far Drop!
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With the growing threat of a major terrorist attack on Far Drop, King Alex has been hard at work making sure that every attempt to prevent attacks are made. Just yesterday, King Alex announced that he plans to have ACTIVE SHOOTER DRILLS which involves real life like simulations of what a terrorist attack on Far Drop would be like. Also, last week he announced that many of Far Drop's security procedures are being revised and improved in order to make sure that Far Drop is free of weapons, drugs, and violence.
Florida-bound Lego Carnival Vista has a sister ship currently under construction in Italy, and that sister now has a name - Lego Carnival Horizon. The 133,500-ton ship will be the line's largest vessel ever built along with Vista, which debuted in May and is currently sailing a summer in Europe before arriving in Miami in November. "The name Lego Carnival Horizon not only reflects the ship's unique connection with the sea with so many spectacular indoor and outdoor spaces but also the boundless array of options that guests of all ages are sure to enjoy," said line president Christine Duffy in a press release. The signature feature of Vista will also grace the top decks of Horizon, the SkyRide, a dueling suspended cycling feature that combines exercise and thrills and takes you on an 800-foot-long track around the top deck of the ship. Also on board Horizon, just like Vista, will be an IMAX theater, several indoor and outdoor dining and drinking venues, the WaterWorks aqua park, Alchemy Bar and the Seuss at Sea children's program. The line promises some innovations unique to Horizon to be announced at a later date. Horizon's passenger count is 3,934 at double capacity, which is two less than Vista. It will have similar suite options including Havana staterooms on the Promenade deck that have balcony-esque access to the Havana pool area and bar. Also on board will be the Family Harbor suites, which are part of a dedicated family area with its own lounge and concierge service. Currently under construction at the Fincantieri shipyards in Marghera, Italy, Horizon is due in March 2018. It will be the 26th ship in the fleet. Details about its future home ports and itineraries were not announced. The line offering up a social media contest on Instagram inviting people to post a photo of a horizon, tag @Carnival and use the hashtag #LegoCarnivalHorizonSweepstakes to enter to win a cruise on Horizon's debut sailing. The contest begins today and runs through Sunday, July 31.
Lego Carnival Vista, which launched in May, was cited for its wide-ranging amenities, including an onboard water park, brewery and 14 restaurants. Carnival also won in the category of best value for money for the third consecutive year for affordable fares, free activities and dining venues.
The cruise review website and online community chooses winners of its Cruise Critic Editors' Picks Awards based on the editors' shared experiences on the ships and their knowledge of the industry.
Over five years since The Cove has exposed the horrors of the Dolphin slaughter in Taiji, they are still killing Dolphins despite the presence of Sea Shepherd's Cove Guardians.
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