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TikTok star Anthony Barajas is on life support after a shooting at a California theater claimed the life of his girlfriend.

The 19 year old TikTok influencer was mortally wounded during a shooting at a movie theater in Corona, California on July 26.

Anthony Barajas is a TikTok star who uses the name @itsanthonymichael and has more than one million followers.

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Anthony and his friend Rylee Goodrich, 18, were watching horror film "The Forever Purge" when they were shot inside the theater.

Rylee was reported dead at the scene. Anthony is on life support in an intensive care unit.

Theater workers didn't hear gunshots. They found the victims while cleaning out the theater after the movie ended at 9:30 p.m. Monday.

"During the actual movie time, no one apparently heard the gunshot," employee Kailyn Dillon told CBSLA Tuesday.

"I know that we do have security bag checks that we do on the daily and, unfortunately, I'm not sure if just was missed or if it was in a holster on their belt," she said.

Receipts show a total of six tickets were purchased for that showing of "The Forever Purge" film.

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Detectives arrested Joseph Jimenez, 20, on Tuesday, July 27, after issuing a search warrant. A motive has not yet been revealed.

Anthony's cousin, Jamie Bacon, shared a heartbreaking update to Twitter on Wednesday, writing:

"My cousin was shot on Monday night. He won't make it. The family could use help with medical bills and beyond. At the very least, prayers, thoughts, vibes needed please."

Rylee's cousin, Ashley-Starr Cole, said Rylee was shot in the back of her head by someone sitting behind her in the theater. Anthony was also shot in the back of the head.

The family has created a GoFundMe.com to raise donations to cover Rylee's medical costs.

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The Polk County Sheriff is going viral after he donned gold chains owned by drug dealers who are now in the county jail.

Sheriff Grady Judd held a press conference this week to announce the arrests of 32 people connected to a drug trafficking operation.

Authorities seized narcotics with a street value of $283,000, $88,000 in cash, and $89,000 worth of jewelry in the sting operation that spanned 16 months.

Judd said law enforcement arrested 29 drug traffickers and issued arrest warrants for three others who are still at large.

"You can go ahead and turn yourself in or you can go to jail tired from running, but you're gonna go to jail," Sheriff Judd said, referring to the three fugitives.

Judd picked up several gold chains and wore them around is neck while taunting the jailed drug dealers.

"That's right, they thought they were cool. How cool are you today?" He said, while holding mugshots of two of the dealers.

"Can y'all make up a rap song about this? Well, I'll help you out. You see, we got your gold. We put your tail in the county jail. Think about that, brothas."

 

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Dolores Diaz Lopez sprang into action after a man snatched her 5-year-old son off a New York City street.

The NYPD released surveillance footage of the failed abduction attempt.

The child was running steps ahead of his mother and siblings when a man sitting in a nearby car snatched him and threw him into the backseat.

Lopez tried to grab her son as she and her children ran to the car and tried to ppen the door. and pulled her son through the open window as the suspect attempted to drive off with the boy.

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On Friday, police arrested James McGonagle, 24, of Queens, the NYPD tells PEOPLE in an email.

He is charged with attempted kidnapping, reckless endangerment, and acting in a manner injurious to a child less than 17, the NYPD says.

Police say an unidentified man in the passenger seat is still at large. He is described as a white middle-aged man with a bald head.

Lopez, 45, told ABC 7 Eyewitness News she was on her way to visit her husband at work with her children when McGonagle tried to abduct her son, Jacob.

"I said, 'Oh my God my kids, oh my God my boy,'" Diaz Lopez told ABC7.

She said the car door was locked when she tried to open it.

But her son stood up in the car, enabling her to yank him out of the window to safety, she told ABC7.

McGonagle and the other suspect sped off before she could look at the license plate number.

Lopez said she was prepared to take quick action to save her son.

"You have to do what's necessary, no matter what," she told ABC 7. "The car was just parked there. I would never have imagined that a man would get out of the car and grab my son."
 

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Police released a disturbing 911 call made by the wife of NFL free agent Richard Sherman before he was arrested on domestic violence charges.

The former Seahawks and 49ers cornerback was arrested on Wednesday morning and charged with "burglary domestic violence" after he fought with a relative and attempted to break into his in-laws' home.

In Washington, burglary is defined as entering a residence with the intention to commit a crime.

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Ashley Sherman called 911 to report her husband was drunk and threatening to kill himself. The dispatcher was argumentative and repeatedly interrupted Sherman's distraught wife.

Ashley told the dispatcher Sherman threatened to fight the cops. "Please don't shoot, is what I'm asking," she said.

Sherman, 33, was also charged with misdemeanor DUI and hit-and-run charge for attempting to drive his SUV away from the residence. He wrestled with Washington State police officers and was eventually subdued by a K9 dog.

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He was taken to a hospital and cleared, then booked into the King County Correctional Facility where he is being held without bond.

Sherman and Ashley were married on March 28, 2018. They share two children, a son, Rayden, and daughter Avery.

Sherman was drafted by the Seattle Seahawks in 2011 and helped the Seahawks win their first Super Bowl. He was selected to the Pro Bowl five times.

He is currently seeking employment with any NFL team that will sign him.

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NFL free agent Richard Sherman was arrested and charged with domestic violence against a family member, according to ESPN.

The former Seahawks and 49ers cornerback was arrested on Wednesday morning and charged with burglary and domestic violence.

He is currently in jail being held without bond until he appears before a judge, ESPN reports.

Police responded to a 911 call about an adult male family member trying to force his way into their home.

The caller said Richard Sherman did not live at the residence.

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When police arrived, Sherman allegedly struggled during the arrest, but was ultimately subdued by a police K9 dog. He was transported to a local hospital, where he was treated for dog bites and then booked into the King County Correctional Facility.

The NFL Players Association, of which Sherman is vice president, reacted to the news in a statement that read:

"We were made aware of an arrest last night of one of our player leaders for an alleged domestic violence incident and have activated our domestic violence crisis protocol for the protection and support of everyone involved. We will continue to monitor events closely as more facts are made available to us."

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An upstate New York cop has been placed on paid leave after he punched a woman in the throat when she tried to bite him during a fight at Walmart.

Officer Rory Spain is under investigation for excessive use of force and has been placed on leave, according to the DeWitt Police Department.

Officer Spain and his partner responded to a report of a disturbance at the Walmart in East Syracuse, NY on July 4.

Walmart employees called police after they were threatened and pepper-sprayed in the face by two women. Customers were also allegedly pepper-sprayed by the women.

The two women are identified as Tyreana Edmonds and Tajenik Byrd.

Officer Spain is accused of punching Edmonds in the throat when she tried to bite him while he attempted to detain her. Cellphone footage of the melee went viral online over the weekend.

The DeWitt PD posted 15-minute video that showed the officers arriving and taking Edmonds and Boyd into custody.

The video was posted in response to inquiries received regarding a Use of Force Incident.

Edmonds was charged with second-degree attempted assault of a police officer, fourth-degree criminal mischief, second-degree harassment, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, and obstruction.

Byrd was charged with third-degree assault, fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon, endangering the welfare of a child, possession of a noxious material, resisting arrest, and obstruction, according to DailyMail.com.

Both women were released on desk appearance tickets. About 25 people protested outside the DeWitt Police Department, shouting "Black Lives Matter" and other slogans.

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Haitian police have arrested the alleged mastermind behind the plot to kill President Jovenel Moise and overthrow the Haitian government.

Christian Emmanuel Sanon, a Haitian-born doctor, was arrested on Sunday on suspicion of masterminding the presidential assassination.

On Sunday, National police chief Leon Charles announced Sanon, 63, allegedly recruited mercenaries out of South Florida to protect himself.

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President Moise, 53, was murdered in his private home on Wednesday, July 7. His wife, Martine Moise, was wounded. The first lady is in stable condition at a Miami hospital.

Sanon flew to Haiti by private plane in June. He then contacted South Florida CTU Security firm to provide personal security.

However, in July the team's mission changed. They were given new orders to arrest President Moise.

"The initial mission that was given to these assailants was to protect the individual named Emmanuel Sanon, but afterward, the mission changed," police chief Charles said.

In a video posted on YouTube, Sanon implied he would become president of Haiti.

"With me in power, you are going to have to tell me, 'What are you doing with my uranium? What are you going to do with the oil that we have in the country? What are you going to do with the gold? We need a new leadership that will change the way of life."

Within hours of Moise's death, police and civilians rounded up the alleged assassins, including Americans James Solages, 35, and Joseph G. Vincent, 55, and eighteen Colombians. Five assassins remain at large and three were killed by police.
 

 

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More details have emerged about Barkevious Mingo's arrest for child-sexual contact in Texas last week.

The Atlanta Falcons released the linebacker from a one-year contract following his arrest on one count of child-sexual contact.

According to Texas officials, Mingo pulled at a teenage boy's underwear and tried to have sex with him at a hotel on July 4, 2019.

Sports Illustrated obtained the arrest warrant which explained the details of the crime.

According to the Arlington Police Department, Mingo invited a teenage family member and his young friend to an amusement park over the Fourth of July weekend in 2019.

Mingo reportedly took the boys to a steakhouse and bought them clothes from a Nike store before taking them back to his hotel.

According to the warrant, "the victim was woken up by [Mingo] pulling at his underwear" later that night.

The victim said that he was "scared and pretended to be asleep" when Mingo allegedly became more "aggressive and pulled the victim's underwear down to his shins".

Mingo allegedly then tried to have anal intercourse with the teen.

Mingo, 30, was released from jail in Tarrant County, Texas, after posting $25,000 bond on Friday, July 9.

Mingo's lead attorney, Chris Lewis, said the allegation is a lie.

"The accusation against Mr. Mingo is a lie. Barkevious knows it - so does his accuser," Lewis said in a statement to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Lewis said his client will be "fully vindicated when the truth comes to light. When that happens, the true motivation of the accuser will be clear and unambiguous."

Mingo could serve as much as 20 years in prison if convicted.

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Cobb County police arrested the suspect accused of killing three people, including the golf pro at a country club in Kennesaw, Ga.

Bryan Rhoden, 23, allegedly shot and killed golf pro Gene Siller at the Pinetree Country Club in Kennesaw, Ga. on July 3.

Siller, the director of the country club, was killed after he approached a white pickup truck that became stuck on a sandbar on the 10th hole.

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Cobb County police discovered two more bodies of male victims in the bed of the pickup truck.

Paul Pierson, 76, of Topeka, Kansas, was the registered owner of the truck. 46-year-old Henry Valdez, of Anaheim, California, was the third victim.

Within hours of Siller's murder, Rhoden was arrested by police in Chamblee, Ga. on charges of driving under the influence and presenting a false identification.

He was released from the DeKalb County Jail on July 6, before police matched his prints to evidence found inside the truck.

Bryan Rhoden was arrested again on Thursday, July 8 and booked into the Cobb County Jail without bail.

Cobb County held a press conference on Friday night. They did not explain the connection between Rhoden, Pierson and Veldez or the location of their murders.

An aspiring rapper, Rhoden is seen flashing diamond jewelry, cars and cash on photos on Instagram. He also shared clips of his rap music on social media.
 

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Cobb County police have made an arrest in the shooting death of a golf pro at a Kennesaw, Ga. country club on Saturday.

Gene Siller, 46, was shot and killed by the driver of a white pickup truck that became stuck on a sandbar at Pinetree Country Club on July 3.

His family celebrated his 47th birthday on Wednesday, after his death.

The suspect, Bryan Rhoden was taken into custody around 5 p.m. on July 8 in Chamblee, Ga., a city about 25 miles southeast of Kennesaw.

While investigating the crime scene, Cobb County police discovered two more bodies in the bed of the Dodge Ram 3500 truck.

One of the victims, Paul Pierson, 76, of Topeka, Kansas, was the registered owner of the truck.

Police say 46-year-old Henry Valdez, of Anaheim, California, was the third victim. Neither Valdez nor Pierson were connected to the country club.

Authorities say Siller was not the intended target. He was simply in the wrong place and observed "a crime in progress" when he was killed.

Siller leaves behind his wife and two sons, ages 6 and 7.

Siller's death made global news. A GoFundMe page raised over $650,000 in donations from around the country.

Pinetree reopened for business on Wednesday and the clubhouse was filled to capacity, according to WSB-TV.