• A viral video showed Phoenix police holding a family at gunpoint when a 4-year-old girl shoplifted a doll, and now the police chief and mayor are apologizing

    4 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    The mayor and police chief of Phoenix have apologized to the family that were held at gunpoint in a shoplifting incident last month.
    Video shows the dangerous exchange outside of a Family Dollar store between cops and Iesha Harper, her fiancé Dravon Ames, and their two daughters.
    The family has retained a lawyer who said they will settle with the city for $10 million.
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    The mayor of Phoenix called a community meeting and the police chief apologized amid public anger over a viral video showing police pointing a gun at the parents of a 4-year-old...
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  • An 80-year-old man was left behind on a hiking trail. Now family members could be charged for the cost of the search and rescue mission

    An 80-year-old man was left behind on a hiking trail. Now family members could be charged for the cost of the search and rescue mission

    4 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    On Thursday, James Clark, 80, was hiking with two family members in Sargent's Purchase, New Hampshire.
    Early into the hike, two members of the party left Clark behind and continued to summit Lion Head Trail without him, breaking hiker protocol.
    After they descended they called rescue personnel, alerting them that Clark was still on the trail without proper gear or even cell phone.
    When Clark was found, he was exhibiting signs of hypothermia.
    Now, the two family members may be charged for the search and rescue efforts, according to the Union Leader .
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