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A man has died after being accidentally shot by his own passenger as he attempted to fire out of a car window, police say. Video footage from 21 July showed Gibson pulling alongside a white SUV that was waiting to make a left turn at around am, according to reports from the Chicago Sun-Times. As the car slowed his passenger, Jake Lee, opened fire on the vehicle with a. However Lee, 27, accidentally shot his driver in the head during the incident. Despite his injuries Gibson was able to drive two miles from the scene. A year-old man was also wounded during the shooting.
A Denver man is the latest American tourist to die in the Dominican Republic this year. Mia told 9 News that her father started to complain about a painful bump on his leg just before her flight home on Sunday. Mia had already returned to Denver when her father's pain worsened the following day. Strick noted that while her brother-in-law had undergone a kidney transplant several years earlier, he was in perfect health when he left Colorado. Authorities are conducting an autopsy and investigation to determine the official cause of death, according to 9 News.
Residents in a suburban Nashville neighborhood came together to protect an undocumented man as Immigration and Customs Enforcement ICE officers attempted to arrest him Monday morning. After a four-hour attempted arrest — during which time the undocumented man and his young son barricaded themselves inside a van parked in front of their home — ICE agents left, and neighbors and activists on the scene created a human chain to allow the family to get indoors. Call was a part of the human chain. By the time the attempted arrest was over, dozens of people had showed up to support the undocumented man, including two city councilmen from Nashville. The volunteers showed up as part of a network called ICE Rapid Response to protect undocumented immigrants, just one example of communities throughout the country who have responded to increasing threats of ICE arrests. This is something any group of people can do.
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Shane Jenkins, 23, was ordered to spend just 50 minutes in jail, during which time he was told to write apology letters to those affected by his crime. But the most peculiar punishment came immediately after sentencing, when Bristol Crown Court judge Julian Lambert handed Jenkins his brief prison assignment. Judge Lambert apparently accepted that offer, sending him to jail so he could write letters to his former partner and the police officers he evaded. After 50 minutes, Jenkins returned to the judge with two handwritten notes. Jenkins's lawyer said his client blamed his behavior on an excess of cocaine and marijuana.