A man who stole and crashed a car leaving a "trail of destruction" has been jailed. , stole a set of car keys and wallet earlier, then the victim was awoken at 5.30am on April 19 to hear his Ford Kuga car being revved outside his home on Turkey Street.
Minnesota's attorney general says a St. Paul professor who led a campaign to pay off student lunch debts in Philando Castile’s name spent less than half of the $200,000 she raised on the intended purpose A St. Paul professor who led a viral crowdfunding campaign to pay off student lunch debts in Philando Castile’s name spent less than half of the $200,000 she raised on the intended purpose, Minnesota’s attorney general said Thursday.
Pamela Fergus started “Philando Feeds The Children” in 2017 as part of an in-class service project for a one-semester-long college course she taught, with the original goal of raising $5,000 online to pay off the lunch debts of St. Paul Public School students. However, Ellison says she quickly raised $80,000, which she donated to the school district.
Wembley-bound Kevin Ellison plans to give Sir Stanley Matthews “a run for his money” with the Newport striker having no thoughts of retirement at the age of 42. Ellison became the oldest outfield player to feature in the EFL play-offs in Newport’s Sky Bet League Two semi-final against Forest Green, helping the Welsh club to a 5-4 aggregate win with a superb solo strike in the second leg.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison resisted calls for weeks to take over the prosecution of the white suburban Minneapolis police officer who fatally shot Black motorist Daunte Wright. He finally did so last week after one county prosecutor quit the case and a second asked him to step in.
The city’s police chief, who has since stepped down, had said he believed Kim Potter meant to use her Taser instead of her handgun. MINNESOTA ATTORNEY GENERAL Keith Ellison has announced that he will lead the prosecution of a former police officer who is charged with second-degree manslaughter over the death of Daunte Wright.
"I did not seek this prosecution and do not accept it lightly," Ellison said in a statement. "I have had, and continue to have, confidence in how both County Attorney Orput and County Attorney Freeman have handled this case to date.I thank County Attorney Orput for the solid work he and his office have done, and I thank County Attorney Freeman once again for his confidence in my office," Ellison said.
Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison announced on Friday in a press release that he has accepted a request for his office to lead the prosecution against former Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter in the April 11 death of Daunte Wright. "Daunte Wright was a son, a brother, a father, a friend," Ellison said in a statement.
Brighton racecourse prepare to welcome 1,000 spectators back through the door Brighton racecourse are hoping to have a four-figure attendance at their meeting this afternoon.It will be the first time since 2019 that the track have been allowed to have the public in attendance.Executive director of both Brighton and Fontwell Park Paul Ellison cannot wait to welcome fans back.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WAFF) - Will state lawmakers prohibit gender change therapy for minors, or won’t they?That’s the question on Monday as a bill prohibiting transgender treatment for minors can still be passed.The bill would make it a felony for doctors to treat transgender minors with hormonal therapy, puberty blockers, or surgery to help their transition.
The pandemic has led many to perfect their hobbies.If you’re producer David Ellison, that means flying a Marchetti S-211, a turbofan military trainer aircraft.A rep for Texas-based Victory Aviation tells THR, “We really have no connections to Hollywood,” but adds, “We hope the much-awaited release of Top Gun 2 will inspire many people to come fly with us.” Ellison has clearly had the flight bug for quite some time as a scan of his IG reveals photos of him also piloting a fighter plane P-51 Mustang amid the pandemic.
Kevin Ellison: Newport report social media abuse NEWPORT County AFC reported abusive messages sent to Kevin Ellison to the police as they prepare for a social media boycott.The Exiles will go silent on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram this weekend even though they could seal a League Two play-off place by beating title-chasing Cheltenham.
Van driver admits hitting and killing off-duty police officer A van driver has admitted hitting and killing an off-duty police officer in a horror smash.Graham Ellison, 59, was driving a Royal Mail vehicle in September 2019 when it collided with a Triumph motorcycle being ridden by PC Oliver Evans, who once served as a special constable with Lancashire Constabulary.
“I think he deserved to be convicted, but he’s a human being,” said Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison.Content loading...The lead prosecutor in Derek Chauvin’s murder trial has admitted that he “felt a little bad” for the former Minneapolis police officer after he was convicted of murdering George Floyd last week, though he said he also felt gratitude, humility and satisfaction.
‘I will admit, I felt a little bad for the defendant.I think he deserved to be convicted.But he’s a human being,’ Keith Ellison says Minnesota attorney general and the top prosecutor of former police officer Derek Chauvin said he “felt a little bad” for the man convicted of murdering George Floyd.
"I spent 16 years as a criminal defense lawyer, so I will say I felt a little bad for the defendant," Ellison said during an interview with CBS's "60 Minutes" that aired Sunday evening."I think he deserved to be convicted, but he's a human being."
Chauvin was convicted of all three counts in the murder of George Floyd Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison, who recently called for further police reforms following the conviction of Derek Chauvin, said in an interview that aired Sunday that he had a confluence of emotion after the verdict, which included a sense of satisfaction and even some sympathy for the defendant.
Minnesota's attorney general said he 'felt a little bad' for Derek Chauvin despite believing he deserved his murder conviction
Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison spoke to "60 Minutes" about the Derek Chauvin trial.Ellison led the prosecution, but said he felt "a little bad for" Chauvin after the guilty verdict."I think he deserved to be convicted, but he's a human being," Ellison said.
George Floyd’s killing not a hate crime because it was systemic not ‘explicit’ racism, says official
Keith Ellison says there is no evidence Derek Chauvin factored in race Minnesota attorney general Keith Ellison has said he would not call George Floyd’s death a hate crime because there was no evidence that Derek Chauvin factored in race as he knelt on Mr Floyd’s neck for nine minutes.