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Barefoot Bandit

bare_footColton Harris-Moore, dubbed the "Barefoot Bandit" was apprehended early Sunday morning, in the Bahamas. His arrest has ended a 2 year run, whereas he's been allegedly evading police on his continuous crime spree that reached global proportions.

As usual, the police where tipped off that the "Barefoot Bandit" was on a small tourist island in the Bahamas. Shots were fired by police, during a boat chase, before taking him into police custody. At this time, it's uncertain if Mr. Moore had a weapon. The pictures you'll see in the video appears that the boat engine was fired upon to disable the engine during the chase.

According to Police Commissioner Ellison Greenslade, Colton Harris-Moore has been flown to Nassau, which is the capitol city of the Bahamas, under tight police escort. His charges will stem from : Crash landing a stolen Plane and several break -ins in the Bahamas.

 

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Falsely Accused

1231735_thumb_print_1Approximately 7 miles from our nation's capital, on March 31, 2010,  a drive-by shooting took place leaving four people dead and five others wounded. South Capitol Street has seen it's share of violence, as well as the eastern part of Washington, DC.

People were congregated on the front stoop of an apartment building, having just returned from a funeral at about 7:30 p.m. when a silver Chrysler minivan pulled up and shots rang out. Shortly after, a police chase began through Prince George County in Maryland , where it ended in the 700th block of Yuma Street SE. During the chase an AK-47 type weapon was seen thrown from the vehicle and other weapons were recovered inside.

Orlando Carter and Nathaniel Simms, both 26, were arrested when the chase came to a halt. The driver, an alleged 14 year old was

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