Video shows bat-wielding man beating Volusia Sheriff’s Office vehicles
DELAND, Fla. – A man was spotted beating several Volusia County Sheriff’s Office vehicles with a bat Wednesday. Deputies said Michael Anthony Alicea, 28, was seen at their District 4 headquarters in Deltona. This morning, a visitor to our District 4 headquarters in Deltona used a baseball bat on several Sheriff's Office vehicles. Give us a call at 386-248-1777 or 386-860-7030. pic.twitter.com/6KucqeyubU — Volusia Sheriff (@VolusiaSheriff) January 27, 2021More photos of the suspect and suspect vehicle. pic.twitter.com/5u4K9sFt01 — Volusia Sheriff (@VolusiaSheriff) January 27, 2021
Warrant issued for man connected to fatal shooting at a large block party
ORLANDO, Fla. Orlando police have issued a warrant for a mans arrest who police say is connected to a November shooting that left 1 dead and multiple injured. Detectives obtained the arrest warrant for Davares Williams, 30, in April for the triple shooting. Orlando police said the shooting happened around 1:30 a.m. on Nov. 3 during a gathering on Polk Street and Benson Avenue. [RELATED: Theres gunfire out here: Neighbors reported noise before block party shooting]Authorities released multiple 911 calls made by residents in the area who begged for police to shut down the party. Im calling about whatever this street party is with both sides of the street with cars and people walking and still coming.
U.S. indicts Chinese hackers for stealing trade secrets
U.S. indicts Chinese hackers for stealing trade secrets The FBI has issued “Wanted” posters for five members of the Chinese military who have been charged with running a cyber espionage operation targeting U.S. companies. Prosecutors say the men work inside the People’s Liberation Army as part of an elite hacking unit. Bob Orr reports.cbsnews.com