A woman allegedly pummeled her girlfriend after hearing her talk about her ex-lover in her sleep. Alexis Dorothy Talley, 23, is accused of punching her 21-year-old girlfriend at the apartment they share in Florida. Police responded to a 911 call around 11.40pm about a fight in progress on June 13 and came into contact with the victim.
A Florida woman was arrested for allegedly punching her girlfriend after reportedly hearing her “talking in her sleep about an ex.” Talley was arrested Sunday shortly after 10:30 p.m. after officers responded to a neighbor’s report of a “fight in progress” at the residence she shares with her girlfriend in Dunedin, about 25 miles west of Tampa, according to the report.
MORE: Boulder mass shooting: 9 civilians killed before officer, slain after, arrived Alissa allegedly started shooting in the grocery store parking lot before running inside and opening fire, according to prosecutors.The first officers arrived within minutes and went into the store, where Boulder police officer Eric Talley was shot and killed, according to prosecutors.
Less than 30 seconds after Talley -- the final victim -- was shot and killed, a "second wave of officers" headed into the store, Dougherty said at a news conference.MORE: Stop & Shop suspected shooter was a 'troubled employee,' police said Alissa, 21, was initially charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder as well as one count of attempted murder for allegedly shooting at a police officer who was not hurt.
Last week saw the US endure not just another gun atrocity but several.From shopping malls to spas, and targeted against ethnic minorities in one case and just random slaughter in others.
During the service at Flatirons Community Church in nearby Lafayette, Boulder Police Chief Maris Herold said Talley's personnel file was filled with thank you letters from people he had helped during his decade with the department.
"But some were trying to get in.It was all of you -- officers, lawmen, law enforcement.Going into harm's way, going into the mouth of hell.And one did not return.So this is for you.
LAFAYETTE, Colo. (AP) — A slain Colorado police officer credited with preventing more people from being killed in a mass shooting at a supermarket will be honored at a memorial service before being laid to rest Tuesday.
The Boulder Police Department in Colorado is planning to hold a public memorial service for slain officer Eric Talley on Tuesday morning.In a statement posted on Twitter on Monday, the department announced that they will livestream Talley's memorial service online.
The community came together to grieve him © Boulder Police Deptartment Eric Talley's bravery in the shooting that killed him and nine others is being honored by a nonprofit, the Tunnel to Towers Foundation, which announced it will pay off the mortgage on his family's home. His patrol vehicle, parked in front
Boulder cop was the last of ten victims killed in grocery store massacre - as cops defend response time to mass shooting
The Colorado police officer was the last of ten victims killed during Monday's massacre at the King Soopers grocery store, the Boulder Police Department said on Friday.
Boulder police took mass shooting suspect Ahmad Alissa into custody with fallen officer Eric Talley's handcuffs
Boulder police used fallen officer Eric Talley's handcuffs to take shooting suspect Ahmad Alissa into custody.Talley was killed during the mass shooting at a Boulder grocery store on Monday.Alissa has been charged with the murder of Talley and 9 others at King Soopers.
Father of Boulder cop, 51, who was killed in supermarket massacre says his son was a Second Amendment advocate who owned an AR-15 and would be 'deeply offended' if his death promoted gun control
The father of the police officer who was shot dead this week in the Colorado supermarket massacre has said his son was a Second Amendment advocate who would not want his death used to promote for gun control.
As the hearse drove down the procession route accompanied by other police vehicles, many observers placed their hands over their hearts or waved American flags.Several other memorials were scheduled for Officer Talley on Wednesday, including a candlelight vigil at the Boulder County Courthouse.
Boulder, Colorado, continued to mourn slain Officer Eric Talley on Wednesday.Hundreds lined the streets as a hearse transferred his body from the coroner's office to a funeral home in nearby Aurora.Numerous law enforcement vehicles followed.
Eric Talley was the first police officer to respond to the active shooter situation at a Boulder, Colorado grocery store on Monday afternoon -- and the fateful call would become his last.As bystanders fled towards safety, Talley ran in the opposite direction.