RICHMOND, Va. — Detectives are asking for the general public’s assist to establish a suspect caught on video stealing packages within the Richmond’s Fairmount neighborhood final week.
Police stated in a information launch Friday that the person stole a number of packages from a house’s entrance porch within the 2200 block of Carrington Road simply after 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 13.
“Safety video reveals the suspect get out of a white sedan, seize the packages, and drive off,” officers stated.
Anybody with data on the identification or whereabouts of the suspect is requested to name First Precinct Detective A. Tyree-Williams at 804-646-0465 or contact Crime Stoppers at 804-780-1000 or www.7801000.com. The P3 Ideas Crime Stoppers app for smartphones might also be used. All Crime Stoppers strategies are nameless.
Roughly 63 million folks watched the ultimate presidential debate between President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden on tv, as the 2 sparred over the financial system, well being care and immigration.
The controversy’s viewership was about 14% under the preliminary debate between Mr. Trump, the Republican incumbent, and Democratic nominee Mr. Biden. The primary one attracted about 73.1 million viewers, marking the third most-watched preliminary presidential debate since 1976, based on Nielsen.
The newest debate additionally was 12% decrease than the ultimate presidential debate of the 2016 election cycle, when an estimated 71.6 million viewers tuned in to observe Mr. Trump and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton sq. off, based on Nielsen.
The Nielsen figures embrace individuals who watched the talk on TV in addition to via streaming apps on internet-connected TVs, generally known as sensible TVs, however they exclude some digital viewers.
Related-TV viewing can symbolize as a lot as 11% of the viewers for political occasions akin to Thursday’s debate, Nielsen stated.
The controversy, which was moderated by NBC’s Kristen Welker, was held at Belmont College in Nashville, Tenn.
“I am recording this as a result of I need my daughter to know, I like you Mackenzie Paschal, I am so sorry that I’ve performed this,” he says.
“I did not select this, your mother selected this. She’s been dishonest on me for a very long time,” he claims in an oddly unemotional tone, insisting he has “audio of her speaking to different guys.”
“I did not do nothing unsuitable to her,” he says, claiming he advised his 18 years youthful spouse after they first met she was too younger for him.
“I knew she was kinda too younger… however she’s been taking part in me for a idiot, I advised her to not mess with me, to not mess with my feelings — do not play with me.”
He stated he heard her name one other man “child” on the telephone, earlier than discussing a sexual dream with him; he goes on to insist he by no means hit or harm and even referred to as his spouse names.
“I am like why me? My hair’s a large number, and I look horrible,” he whines, breaking into dry-eyed sobs.
Throughout the video, he frequently appears to his proper, at one stage apologizing: “Sorry I preserve trying on the cameras… I do not know the way a lot time I’ve.”
Probably the most chilling a part of the video comes proper on the finish, when Paschal glances on the cameras another time earlier than bobbing up and operating to a different room; what appears like a bathe curtain being pulled apart may be heard earlier than the video cuts out.
In keeping with the prison grievance, obtained by Click2Houston, Savannah’s mom Shirley witnessed Trent soar out of the bathe and shoot her daughter.
Per Officer S. Leacroy, when the 2 girls returned to the home “Trent was within the residence, and hiding within the bathe within the Main bedroom’s lavatory.”
Shirley advised the officer “Trent acknowledged he was going to shoot each her and Savannah”; Shirley stated she slammed the door and fled towards the entrance of the home, tripping and falling a number of instances.
“As she was operating away she heard gunshots and continued operating to her neighbors residence.”
Upon returning with police, they discovered Savannah mendacity on the ground of the main bedroom with two gunshot wounds to the abdomen. She later died at hospital.
One neighbor, Donald Riddick, advised the location he had by no means seen the couple argue till that morning. He stated he noticed Trent go away the home, whereas Savannah went to a neighbor’s to ask for assist.
He believes the video was recorded earlier than the alleged ambush.
Paschal was tracked down by a Harris County Sheriff’s Deputy; he was shot when he allegedly refused to surrender his weapon.
He’s anticipated to outlive, and as soon as launched from hospital he shall be charged with homicide and held on $250,000 bail.
We’re going with a Fan Video of the Day this week to headline the Friday random housekeeping notes. It’s from inside Faurot Subject in 2018 when CJ Conrad caught the game-winning landing. @Smitty4UK shared the clip earlier in the present day in response to Roush’s recollections from that comeback.
Hopefully tomorrow’s sport has the same consequence, though we’d desire or not it’s a lot much less hectic.
— To get you prepared for the sport, we are going to unfold information and enjoyable on the KSR Pregame Present starting at 1 p.m. Saturday afternoon. Matt Jones, Ryan Lemond, Freddie Maggard and I’ll speak Cats and Tigers for an hour on the Lexington airwaves or wherever on this planet by way of 630 WLAP on the iHeart Radio app. Tune in as you pregame.
— This week’s hype video is already out. Watch it right here in case you haven’t already. As all the time, ask somebody to tie you to a chair earlier than you watch.
— Talking of movies, “Tyler Herro,” the hit music by Jack Harlow, not the basketball participant, is trending worldwide and has over 2 million views on-line in 24 hours. The music isn’t truly about Tyler Herro, because the title suggests, however the former Kentucky guard is referenced all through the music and makes an look within the video right here (language is for adults solely).
— KSR is fairly bummed Kroger’s KSR Recreation of the Week obtained postponed till Saturday. Nonetheless, the radio present nonetheless had enjoyable at Bardstown Excessive College and in downtown Bardstown after the present (all of us purchased candles at Making Good Scentz) and we’re nonetheless excited to study the result of the annual Bardstown-Elizabethtown sport when it’s performed tomorrow.
— For the KSR radio present listeners, meet the cinnamons rolls (and different issues) from The Futile Bakery.
After dropping the monitor earlier this month, Jeezy has unveiled the lavish video for his current Yo Gotti collaboration “Again.”
The video for the sleek monitor, which is partially constructed round a choir pattern, sees the 2 rappers having fun with the fruits of their success. Sporting spectacular automobiles and flashing money, it is each bit as decadent because the monitor itself. It additionally showcases the 2 sharing a few of their wealth. “Irrespective of how massive or profitable you change into always remember the place you got here from,” Jeezy stated of the video. “Giving again is the brand new gangsta.”
The discharge of the video follows 2019’s TM104: The Legend of the Snowman, which he initially stated was to be his final full-length launch. He is since dropped the EP Twenty/20 Pyrex Imaginative and prescient, and now it could seem as if he isn’t performed releasing music simply but.
Youtube-dl is a Python library that enables builders to obtain the supply audio and video recordsdata behind YouTube movies.
In a letter despatched to GitHub, RIAA argued that the “clear goal of this supply code [the youtube-dl library]” was to “circumvent the technological safety measures utilized by licensed streaming providers comparable to YouTube” and to permit customers to “reproduce and distribute music movies and sound recordings […] with out authorization.”
RIAA famous that the undertaking’s supply code “expressly suggests its use to repeat and/or distribute the next copyrighted works.”
RIAA, a commerce group that claims to symbolize round 85% of all of the US recording business, requested that GitHub eliminated the youtube-dl undertaking from its website, together with forks (copies managed by different customers).
Youtube-dl and 17 copies have been listed within the RIAA letter, all of that are inaccessible on the time of writing:
Though GitHub categorised the RIAA letter as a DMCA takedown request, it’s not one. As Public Data Authorized Director John Bergmayer identified as we speak on Twitter, RIAA is not alleging the library infringed on its rights, however that the library is prohibited in itself.
The evaluation is not incorrect, because the library is commonly used to construct YouTube ripping providers that permit web customers to obtain YouTube music movies as MP3 songs to load and hear on their telephones with out paying.
Nonetheless, Freedom of the Press member Parker Higgins additionally identified, youtube-dl can be a vital device for web archivists, who usually used it to obtain movies of violence or social injustice earlier than movies are taken down from YouTube for breaking the location’s rule towards the portrayal of violence.
Earlier than it was taken down, the youtube-dl undertaking had greater than 72,000 stars on GitHub, being one of many website’s hottest repositories.
The face you make if you discover out you misplaced the election by one vote. Picture: YouTube
We did it. We, as a nation, have survived the controversy cycle of the 2020 election. Give yourselves a spherical of applause. Whether or not society has progressed previous the necessity for presidential debates is unquestionably up for debate after this election cycle, however we will reply that query when the following election cycle begins in 2021. If I’m being trustworthy, although, the ultimate presidential debate was small potatoes in every week that noticed the autumn of the Quibi empire and launched the phrase “Zoom dick incident” into in style lexicon. With a fully bonkers information cycle, late-night tv had a lot to chew on this week as we hurtle nearer and nearer to that asteroid that Neil deGrasse Tyson says would possibly hit Earth earth earlier than Election Day (fingers crossed). Let’s see what our late-night hosts needed to say throughout this actually bizarro week.
Let’s kick off the record with a genuinely heartfelt and touching second. The legend herself, Miss Dolly Parton, graced The Late Present with each her presence and her voice on October 20 to speak about her upcoming coffee-table e-book, Dolly Parton, Songtellerand apparently make Stephen Colbert cry with the sheer fantastic thing about her voice. About midway although the interview, Parton broke into just a little little bit of “Bury Me Beneath the Willow,” a people track her mom used to sing to her when she was just a little lady. Her rendition fairly actually introduced Colbert to tears, which in flip introduced me to tears, a catalytic chain response that may solely be brought on by a voice as pure as Dolly Parton’s. This isn’t the primary time this has occurred to me, as Dolly’s tribute to the late Kenny Rogers makes me cry each time I hearken to it (which is extra typically than I care to say). “So I better hush before you cry yourself to death and we can’t finish the show.” Dolly quipped when Colbert reached for the tissues. This was an ideal reminder to preorder a 12-pack of Kleenex to have readily available for once I watch Dolly’s Netflix Christmas movie, Christmas on the Sq..
The cackling. I imply, the cackling actually says all of it. Desus & Mero took on the “Zoom dick incident” heard around the world involving one Jeffrey Toobin, the writer and New Yorker contributor who “accidentally” was caught masturbating on Zoom in entrance of a lot of his esteemed colleagues throughout an “election simulation” earlier this week. Simply typing that out despatched a chill down my backbone. The web, naturally, had a subject day with this piece of salacious information and virtually rung it dry of its seemingly never-ending properly of comedy potential, however the Bodega Boys discovered a option to make it humorous as soon as extra. “You had your whole dick on Zoom bro,” The Child Mero shouted on the digicam, merely gobsmacked that the whole incident occurred. “You were making beef Stroganoff for the whole gallery view,” he continued, full with an appropriately inappropriate hand gesture. And the simulation continues.
The CDC might advocate that folks keep six toes away from each other, however they by no means specified during which path. On Wednesday, October 21, comic Eric Andre stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Dwell and put his personal spin on staying socially distant, strolling into the studio with an honest-to-God lifeguard chair. (And I assumed Armie Hammer carrying an area swimsuit was ridiculous.) Andre performed his interview with Kimmel each six toes away and 6 toes above him, which had the uncomfortable facet impact of giving Kimmel the feeling that he was “at a MAGA rally,” a sensation I wouldn’t want upon anybody (aside from Trump supporters, I assume). From such nice heights, Andre and Kimmel talked concerning the return of Andre’s Grownup Swim present The Eric Andre Present, which is returning to tv after a four-year hiatus. Andre then shared a clip from the upcoming season during which John Cena throws him by a shelf, which resulted in a concussion so unhealthy he landed within the hospital. “They did a CAT scan and I haven’t been able to speak English since,” stated Andre. “I memorized this interview phonetically, actually.” Wishing Andre a speedy restoration in order that he can do extra gonzo bits that land him on this record.
Fortunately, the ultimate presidential debate wasn’t as a lot of a shitshow as the primary go spherical, however that didn’t cease CBS All Entry’s animated late-night program Tooning Out the Informationfrom getting in a formidable quantity of jokes within the seven-minute clip that aired on Friday, October 23. A primary time entry to the record, Tooning Out the Information is animated political satire tv collection govt produced by Stephen Colbert that mixes interviews with actual people like Reverend Al Sharpton and, most not too long ago, Peabody Award–successful journalist Jessica Yellin, with animated political anchors. The result’s incisive but absurd, and I’ve to say I’m truthfully confused as to how they mix the animation and the interviews so seamlessly and rapidly. For the reason that debate, the writers at Tooning Out (which embody Vulture 2020 “Comedians You Should and Will Know” names Rajat Suresh and Jeremy Levick) wrote whip-smart jokes concerning the debate, an interview with a revered political journalist was performed, animators and voice-over artists set to work, and all of it coalesced in a digital quick, which is fairly spectacular stuff. All I’ve carried out in that point is sleep, bathe, and get an iced espresso from Dunkin’. Sigh. It’s not the hours within the day, it’s how you employ them.
Shedding sucks. I do know it. You recognize it. It isn’t enjoyable, and it feels very unhealthy even whether it is one thing you don’t care about, like a guess or a sporting occasion. Now think about shedding one thing you do care about — like, say, an election that you just need to win, the place folks vote and also you’ve spent some huge cash and time and power to get them to vote for you. Now think about you misplaced that election by a margin 0.06 %, or by a single vote, otherwise you really tied opponent after which misplaced as a result of a card draw. That’s what occurred to the unfortunate members who assembled for Samantha Bee’s “Panel of Losers” on Full Frontal this Wednesday, October 21.
“Welcome everyone! I’ve brought you all here because you have one thing in common: You are losers, technically. You’re winners to me, and you also lost,” stated Bee, chopping to the chase. Listening to folks converse candidly about their expertise shedding an election by much less folks than it takes to screw in a lightbulb was extremely enlightening about (a) how flawed most voting programs are (I imply, a tiebreak through card draw? Come on!) and (b) how essential it’s that everybody (and I do imply everybody) votes. Tiffany Cabán, who was a candidate within the Democratic main for district lawyer of Queens and misplaced by simply 55 votes, laid out simply how large a distinction a number of votes could make. Talking of her personal race, Cabán stated, “The consequences for a race like that is the difference between people being caged or not, the difference between criminalizing poverty and mental health, substance use.” Can’t consider a greater reminder that regardless of our busted electoral school system, actually each vote counts. So please, faux prefer it’s 2004 and your favourite American Idol contestant is within the backside three, make a voting plan, and forged that poll. Save Tamyra Grey, save the nation.
PROVIDENCE, R.I (WLNE) – Windfall police are investigating the town’s 15th murder this yr that left a father of 4 lifeless.
Main David Lapatin mentioned officers responded to Gallup Road round 11:30 p.m. Thursday to studies of a taking pictures. Lapatin mentioned a gaggle was taking pictures a music video on the road when somebody drove up, received out, and fired pictures into the group.
“The shooter shot into a small crowd of people that were on Gallup Street at the time, so we’re concerned that this was a reckless act, where it looked as though he didn’t care who he shot,” mentioned Det. Capt. Tim O’Hara.
27-year-old Dante Mann was shot and mates drove him to Rhode Island Hospital. Lapatin mentioned he was pronounced lifeless upon arrival.
Relations of Dante Mann affirm to me that he was the sufferer in final night time’s taking pictures on Gallup Road in Windfall. The 27-year-old was a father of four and an area rapper referred to as “SOS Dmann.” His loss of life marks the town’s 15th murder this yr. @ABC6pic.twitter.com/15cmvlukIA
Relations inform ABC6 Mann was a father of 4, along with his youngest born only one week in the past.
“He always made us laugh, he was always singing, dancing, thinking of the bright things. He was a son, he was a father, he was a best friend, he was a brother… and it was just ungrateful and I want everyone to know that he’s not just a number, he’s a human being,” mentioned Jodi Dumont, Mann’s aunt.
Mann was an up-and-coming native rapper who glided by the identify “SOS Dmann.” Dumont mentioned Mann was taking pictures a music video Thursday night time for a track he wrote to honor his late cousin, Tyrone Williams, who was shot to loss of life on Gallup Road in 2018. That taking pictures occurred simply ft away from the place Mann was gunned down.
Movies acquired by ABC6 present Mann and his mates filming the music video just a few hours earlier than the taking pictures occurred.
#BREAKING: Prov Police say Dante Mann was shot & killed on Gallup Road whereas he was taking pictures a music video.
A part of that music video was captured round 9:30 p.m. This was recorded about 2 hours earlier than police say a automotive drove by and fired pictures @ABC6pic.twitter.com/f2Ok4cHazJ
“You guys gotta stop with the gun violence,” Dumont mentioned. “C’mon people. You’re taking way too many lives and now it’s really hitting home. It’s hitting my home and my family is hurting, and it’s not fair.”
Windfall Police imagine the group was focused, however aren’t certain if Mann himself was focused.
Lapatin mentioned an altercation earlier within the night is likely to be linked and will have led to the taking pictures.
Mann’s household desires folks to know, he isn’t only a statistic and was working to make one thing of himself.
“Stop looking at every colored person as if they’re gang-related or they’re bad like they can’t do no good because that’s not true. Dante’s a perfect example. He’s good. He can do good, he was doing good. He was trying to make better,” mentioned Dumont.
Police don’t have any suspects and are asking any witnesses to return ahead, and anybody with video surveillance is urged to show it into police.
A lot of key expertise from the primary film is anticipated to return, together with Jason Statham, who is alleged to be creatively concerned. Jon and Erich Hoeber wrote the latest draft working off an preliminary draft by Dean Georgaris (all three labored shared credit score on the intial outting). Lorenzo di Bonaventura and Belle Avery are again as producers.
Meg starred as Statham as a shark knowledgeable who fights tooth and nail in opposition to a large prehistoric shark known as a megalodon. Jon Turteltaub, identified for the Nationwide Treasure motion pictures, directed the film which proved to be a worldwide hit, chomping its method to $530.three million globally. The film, which tailored the novel by Steve Alten, was a Chinese language co-production and noticed Li Bingbing, Rainn Wilson and Ruby Rose spherical out the solid.
Catherine Ying, Li Ruigang, E Bennett Walsh, Gerald Molen and Randy Greenberg are exec producing.
Wheatley is a British filmmaker with a penchant for the darkish and satirically-skewed. He has racked up awards for his horror and crime motion pictures similar to Sightseers and Kill Checklist, with every directorial outing working its method up the budgetary and appearing ranks. He generated buzz for the 2015 dystopian thriller Excessive Rise, which starred Tom Hiddleston and Jeremy Irons and adopted that up with motion comedy Free Fireplace which starred Brie Larson, Cillian Murphy and Armie Hammer. Wheatley reteamed with the latter for Rebecca, which additionally stars Lily James and Kristin Scott Thomas, and is one in all Netflix’s large motion pictures of the autumn season.
Wheatley is repped by WME and Impartial Expertise Group.