In Denver a man released from prison because of the coronavirus, shot a woman

The man who was released early from prison due to pandemic coronavirus, is accused of killing 21-year-old woman committed last Saturday in Denver. 40-year-old Cornelius Haney was arrested on suspicion of killing 21-year-old Heather Perry, who died in a street shooting in Denver last weekend, reports the New York Post, citing 9News-Denver. The motive of the murder, the police did not disclose. Because of the pandemic, the representative of the…

May 18, 2020
Read More >>

The boy ran away from home when her father and stepmother had forgotten to strap him to the bed with handcuffs

A 12 year old boy from Missouri was able to run away from home, where it hurt, after the parents have forgotten to fasten his handcuffs to the bed, he told police. As reported by the Warren County Sheriff Kevin Harrison, the boy found an officer of the highway patrol of Missouri, which went along the route on may 2. The boy was from head to toe in bruises and…

May 18, 2020
Read More >>

The new Yorker was arrested for violating the quarantine laws in Hawaii after the publication of photos in Instagram

Resident of Bronx, who was on vacation in Hawaii, was arrested Friday, 15 may, and was accused of violating the strict rules of the state, according to which tourists should abide by the 14-day quarantine after arrival. 23-year-old Tariq Peters posted on his Instagram account incriminating photo in which he stands with a surfboard on the beach. The guy landed in Honolulu on Monday, may 11. According to information from…

May 17, 2020
Read More >>

Psychiatric patients in Louisiana demanding to release them due to coronavirus

Two patients at the state psychiatric hospital in the parish of East Félicien on Wednesday sued the state of Louisiana, asking for exemption in connection with the mass outbreak of coronavirus infection, which killed 9 patients. They claim that their rights are violated due to the fact that they were not discharged from the institution, the situation is «rapidly deteriorating» in the background of the pandemic. Reported by NOLA. Storm…

May 16, 2020
Read More >>

Man accused of killing the couple who lived separately. He claimed that the woman had coronavirus

Police said that a Florida man kidnapped and murdered his wife which they lived together, and then told the cops that she was hospitalized with coronavirus. 43-year-old David Anthony from Jupiter imprisoned in the County palm beach and charged with second-degree murder and kidnapping in connection with the death of his 51-year-old wife Gretchen, whose body was never found. Anthony, who was arrested in new Mexico on 31 March, suspected…

May 16, 2020
Read More >>

The Teens wrapped the quarantine to their advantage, when ordering drinks for the house

As bars and restaurants across the country had to close their doors to visitors, greatly increased the delivery of alcoholic beverages on the house. Due to the fact that a lot of people get the delivery of the alcohol in the house, some government agencies are warning restaurants that a minor benefit of the situation that was brought to them by spirits. California Department alcoholic beverage control issued a report…

May 15, 2020
Read More >>

Utah has enacted a law abolishing criminal liability for bigamy

The law, effectively repealing criminal liability for bigamy, entered into force in the state of Utah. For decades bigamia was a criminal offense of the third degree, according to the law punishable by imprisonment for up to five years and a fine of up to $5000. The new law makes it an administrative violation, as, for example, wrong Parking or speeding. The bill was signed by Governor Gary Herbert in…

May 14, 2020
Read More >>

What is «additional COVID-19» and why restaurants have begun to add it to the account

Some restaurants have instituted a surcharge to cope with the increased cost of food and some operating expenses during the period of the pandemic coronavirus. Like many restaurants in the country Kiko Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Lounge in West plains, Missouri could not cope with in order to keep prices low, as rapidly rising cost of food. To help yourself cope with the costs during a pandemic coronavirus, the restaurant…

May 14, 2020
Read More >>

Inmates in the California prison tried to become infected with coronavirus for the liberation

A group of prisoners from prison in California are accused of trying deliberately to be infected with coronavirus in the mistaken belief that they will get parole if you get sick COVID-19. On Monday announced the state government. According to the Sheriff of the County of Los Angeles, Alex Villanueva, prisoners serving time in Correctional facility for the Northern district in Castaic, drank from a disposable Cup and smelled used…

May 14, 2020
Read More >>

New York has enacted a law prohibiting the testing of a person for marijuana when applying for a job

In new York a law which prohibits testing applicants for marijuana before hiring, entered into force on 10 may. However, as reported by the new York Commission on human rights, the employer still may test current employees for drug use. The new law applies only to job-seekers. In addition, the employer can discipline current employees for what they bring drugs into the workplace or come to work under the influence…

May 13, 2020
Read More >>