Wednesday, November 16, 2011
Washington (CNN) — A masculine wanted in tie with a White House sharpened occurrence was arrested Wednesday in Pennsylvania, a U.S. Secret Service announced.
Oscar Ramiro Ortega-Hernandez, who was arrested by Pennsylvania State Police nearby Indiana, Pennsylvania, was allegedly concerned in a sharpened Friday night that might be obliged for dual bullets found during a White House.
One bullet strike a window and was stopped by bulletproof glass, and another was found on a White House exterior, a Secret Service said. Both bullets were found Tuesday.
There is no specific regard for President Barack Obama’s safety, a Secret Service central not certified to pronounce on a record told CNN.
The bullets were found on a south side of a White House, a central told CNN.
“A turn was stopped by ballistic potion behind a ancestral extraneous glass. One additional turn has been found on a extraneous of a White House. This repairs has not been conclusively connected to Friday’s incident, and an comment of a extraneous of a White House is ongoing,” a Secret Service matter said.
Last Friday night during about 9 p.m., U.S. Park Police and a Secret Service investigated after conference shots dismissed about 700 to 800 yards from a White House, a Secret Service matter said.
Within 5 minutes, officers located a automobile in a 2300 retard of Constitution Avenue. “Evidence in a automobile led to U.S. Park Police receiving an detain aver for Oscar Ortega-Hernandez,” described as a 21-year-old Hispanic male, 5 feet 11 inches high and weighing 160 pounds.
A arms purebred to Ortega-Hernandez was found in a car, according to a law coercion source informed with a investigation.
The Secret Service interviewed people who know Ortega-Hernandez, and dynamic he had a “direction of seductiveness toward a boss and a White House” — a tenure that does not advise a approach specific threat.
The FBI, a Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, and a Metropolitan Police Department all took partial in a hunt for Ortega-Hernandez, officials said.
“There’s always an outdoor fringe and this was on a really outdoor fringe of a security,” a Secret Service central said. “The gun and automobile were found within several minutes. We have a lot of confidence — a lot of layered confidence down there and a confidence worked.”
The law coercion central informed with a review pronounced when shots were listened Friday night, there were reports of tires screeching and cars racing.
Scoot over, Latarian Milton! There's a new sheriff of pre-teen ratchetnes in The Sunshine State, and her name's Miesha Bryant.
A 10-year-old Florida girl is facing a felony charge for allegedly attacking her elementary school teacher and threatening the educator’s life. The assault, police report, was triggered when the teacher seized a bag of Halloween candy that the girl brought to class.Here's the obligatory regional news story, courtesy of that bastion of Negro Nonsense, World Star Hip Hop.
Fifth-grader Miesha Bryant was arrested last Tuesday after an Orange County Sheriff’s Office deputy was summoned to the girl’s classroom at Zellwood Elementary School. The child is pictured in the below mug shot.
According to a sheriff’s report, teacher Kelly Sanchez told investigators that she was holding the candy until the end of the day. At one point, Sanchez said, the girl “went behind her desk and took the bag of candy without her permission.” The child then began throwing pieces of candy at classmates, added Sanchez.
After Sanchez again confiscated the bag of candy, the girl “started throwing items” from the teacher’s desk. While Sanchez waited for a school resource officer to arrive, a deputy reported, Miesha struck the teacher in the stomach and side and “also stated that she would kill Ms. Sanchez and her family.”
The resource officer brought the girl to an assistant principal’s office. When a sheriff’s deputy later arrived at the Zellwood school, the 4’ tall, 80-pound Miesha was handcuffed and “being held down in a chair while she was screaming and flailing her legs around.” She was transported to a juvenile detention facility, where she was later released into her mother's custody.
In a TV interview, Sebrina Bryant said she was angered that Miesha was arrested for the incident, and did not believe her daughter would hit or threaten a teacher. But when a WFTV reporter asked the child why she threatened the teacher, the girl replied, “I was mad.”
The State Attorney's Office will soon decide whether Miesha will be prosecuted for battery (and a misdemeanor count of disrupting an educational institution) or whether she will be placed into a diversion program.
Parents, we need to be honest about our kids and their capabilities. This mother is in serious denial. The kid's saying "she did it" all while Mom is saying "my baby wouldn't do that". Open up your eyes, Mom!
I, for one, am hoping this doesn't turn into another fullblown Jena Six/Troy Davis/Genarlow Wilson internets civil rights crusade. This little miscreant punched a teacher in the stomach, and she deserves whatever punishment the judicial system hands out. Question: Does this child deserve a felony charge?!?