Police seek to trace unknown vehicle in Azaan Kaleem murder probe

Police seek to trace unknown vehicle in Azaan Kaleem murder probe

"The officer, fearing imminent and serious physical harm, discharged his duty firearm, striking the subject", Park said.

Meza-Rodriguez ran several stops signs, drove in both lanes and hit a speed of about 110 miles per hour during the pursuit, a police report said.

A 39-year-old man faces almost two dozen charges after a police chase late Sunday night.

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The man was taken to a Pottsville hospital by Schuylkill EMS for evaluation and police said his vehicle was towed from the scene. He was informed he had a warrant and was under arrest.

Cops say the no-goodniks approached the man sitting in his vehicle between Ridge Boulevard and Third Avenue around 6:30 pm.

The standoff ended around 11 p.m.

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One of the uncooperative women, who's name was not released, was also arrested for obstruction and rendering criminal assistance, a report said.

Here are some other cases Anacortes Police reported on this week. Upon arrival at the scene, the officers knocked on the apartment door and identified themselves as police, but neither the man nor his wife opened the door after multiple knocks.

An officer caught one of the suspects by Total Wine & More. The officers have been placed on administrative leave while the investigation is ongoing.

Returning to the store at 5:15 pm, the man pulled out a handgun and threatened the 24-year old woman and 42-year old man working at the store, said police.

The trooper lost sight of the vehicle in the area of Exit 11. Officers were looking for the older model station wagon the two were driving in after someone called 911 to report that they were removing packages off people's porches on 10 Street.

Sanford police are seeking the public's help in identifying a man they believe stole a vehicle that had been parked in the Cumberland Farms convenience store lot Monday night.