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SPD located the man Friday evening on four counts of attempted murder.
"There was something wrong, but it looked like vehicle error and not driver error," said Langan.
The couple set sail early on October 3rd and were headed to San Francisco, according to their son.
Her family is one of the thousands trapped in Afghanistan, threatened by the harsh rule of the Taliban regime now that US troops are gone.
Teachers must be vaccinated by Oct. 18th but right now there is no requirement for children.
Carter was approached by a female employee regarding his behavior when he pulled out a knife and ran after her.
Officers said a man was in a crosswalk when the Don't Walk sign was on. A driver going the speed limit hit him.
A motorcyclist is dead after a crash near Cheshire.
EPD said around 3:30 p.m., a body was spotted in the river near the disc golf course.
It started when police say the man ran from officers and attempted to hide in a home.