Utah Good Samaritan lets homeless man shower in her apartment, he slits her throat
Talk about no good deed goes unpunished. An attempt at being a Good Samaritan went horribly wrong after a woman let a homeless man into her Salt Lake City apartment to shower, and he slit her throat. Authorities at first did not know what had caused the woman’s injury, receiving only a report of a woman “bleeding heavily,” reported KUTV-TV. But the victim told police she had let the man in. ...news.yahoo.com
Good Samaritan thanked by police after stopping near-deadly stabbing in Kerrville
KERRVILLE, Texas – A Good Samaritan is being recognized by Kerrville police for his heroic actions to stop an almost deadly stabbing that resulted in one hospitalization and one arrest. The incident happened around 8:15 p.m., Friday, Jan. 15, at a Subway restaurant in the 200 block of Sidney Baker South. The altercation soon escalated as the suspect, Patrick Patton, who was armed with a knife, began stabbing the victim, according to officials. Kerrville police issued a statement on the incident, giving thanks to the citizen who stepped in. “The Kerrville Police Department would like to thank the citizen for his heroic actions to stop the assault,” the department said.
What’s Up South Texas!: Good samaritan cleans historic gravestones to honor lives of those passed on
San Antonio – A San Antonio man has dedicated several months to cleaning and revitalizing some of San Antonio’s oldest gravestones. This man, who asked not to be identified, has cleaned at least 400 gravestones in the San Fernando Cemetery #2 since last May. I have no special talent for this or anything, it is just something I enjoy doing.”Some of the gravestones he’s cleaned are at least 100-years-old. He hopes his actions encourage others to help preserve the cemeteries of San Antonio too. : San Antonio man shares legacy of African American art, collections
Man threatens good Samaritan with gun after crashing SUV into car and tree, police say
SAN ANTONIO – A 35-year-old man has been arrested after police say he threatened a Good Samaritan with a gun when he crashed his vehicle into another car and then a tree. According to police, White was driving a sport utility vehicle when he struck a car from behind in the 8700 block of Cinnamon Creek. Police said White’s SUV went off the roadway and crashed into a fence and tree. The driver of the car that White hit suffered only minor injures from the crash. White is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, fleeing the scene of an accident and felony drug possession, police said.
SAPD: Man arrested for allegedly threatening to shoot good Samaritan after Northwest Side car crash
A 35-year-old man was arrested Thursday morning after police said he threatened to shoot a good Samaritan if he reported a car accident on the Northwest Side. Just before 2 a.m., San Antonio police said Lamar Calvin White was driving a white SUV near the 8700 block of Cinnamon Creek and was about to make a turn off the roadway when he was struck from behind by another vehicle. His SUV went off the road and hit a fence and a tree before coming to a stop.mysanantonio.com
Good Samaritan Dressed as Superman Saves Family From House Fire
A Good Samaritan dressed in a Superman costume saved his neighbors from the fires plaguing Los Angeles over the weekend. Marcy Zavala, along with her four sleeping children and her husband, Henry, were inside their home as Paul Peterson screamed to wake them up. He said the family was sound asleep and he was screaming as loud as I could.On Monday, the family met Peterson and Marcy was in tears as she told him, I havent had a chance to tell him thank you. The fast moving fire about 60 miles east of Los Angeles destroyed six homes. RELATED STORIESHow the California Wildfire Is Threatening the Ronald Reagan Presidential LibraryGood Samaritan Helps Scared Drivers Flee Raging California WildfireHero Bus Driver Named Honorary Fire Chief After Rushing Into Burning Building to Save Kids
Pilots or angels? These good Samaritans volunteer plane, time to rescue animals
Pilots N Paws, a nonprofit organization, connects rescue organizations with pilots who are willing to help transport animals to and from shelters across the country. The people that do the hard work are the fosters and the rescue [organizations]. Rescue organizations post to Pilots N Paws website when they have an animal in need of a transport. Pilots N Paws gets in touch with multiple pilots to confirm information and get the animals where they need to go. You can also closely follow rescue stories (from beginning to end) on Pilots N Paws' Facebook page.
Democrats condemn ICE raids as 'inhumane,' tearing 'families apart'
CNN VideoDemocrats condemned the Immigration and Customs Enforcement raids as "inhumane," saying they are dividing US communities and tearing families apart. "Trump's ICE raids today tear families apart -the opposite of mercy. "Trump's threat of ICE raids continues to stoke fear in this county. Joe BidenFormer Vice President Joe Biden called Trump's ICE raids "inhumane," and said the US should provide a pathway to citizenship. "President Trump's ICE raids are inhumane," he tweeted Saturday.
Business owner says fake jewelry scam is getting out of hand
Abby Alhlou of Abby's Jewelry says that it is common to see fake jewelry in this line of work, but this year it's worse than it's ever been. One day last week she had eight people come into her store attempting to sell fake jewelry. In that time, she's never seen this many people coming to her with the same type of fake jewelry. The store manager says there are a few tips you can look for if something like this happens to you. Sometimes the coloring is off, especially on the rings," Noor Alhlou, the store manager, said.
Good Samaritan thwarts robbery with kick to the face
Good Samaritan thwarts robbery with kick to the face Jesse Moore decided he couldn't stand by and watch his neighborhood store in St. Paul, Minn. get robbed. Springing into action, Moore climbed onto the checkout counter and kicked the would-be robber in the face as the suspect attempted to empty the cash register.cbsnews.com