15-Year-Old Boy Charged In Shooting Death Of Another Teen Inside Antioch Home
A 15-year old boy is charged with reckless homicide after an accidental shooting resulted in the death 16 year old Mina Fawzy at his home in Antioch in the 3800 block of Swan Ridge Drive. Police say the boy mishandled a stolen pistol. Initially, it was reported that Fawzy was handling the gun and accidentally shot himself in the head. But late Friday night, they determined that the younger boy fired the gun. Police have not released his name.
White Teachers Face Backlash After Sending Video of a Noose to the Faculty
Four White teachers are under fire after a posting a controversial photo while holding a noose at Summerwind Elementary School in Palmdale, California. In the photo that has since gone viral, four of the teachers are holding what appears to be a noose, while laughing. The photo was initially emailed to all staff members by the school’s principal. Parents of students who attend the school have reportedly spoken out about race issues at the school in the past. Although about one-third of the students are Black, there are only a few Black teachers at the school.
17-Year-Old Suspect Arrested For Robbing Woman At Gunpoint In Post Office
17-year-old suspect was charged in Juvenile Court with aggravated robbery, accused of robbing a woman inside the Post Office on Lebanon Pike. The victim reported that two young men took her wallet at gunpoint before fleeing on foot. The 17-year-old suspect was located with the assistance of a police helicopter. He surrendered to the canine officer after being found. Detectives are pursuing leads to identify the second suspect.
Experts Say 4-Day Work Week Could Be Good For Nashville Traffic
More companies are moving toward a four-day work week and experts believe if enough jump on board, traffic in Nashville could see the impact. It’s a concept called work flexibility. Whether companies reduce the work week from five to four days, or just allow their employees to work from home, it can lower pollution and reduce congestion.
BOND SET FOR SUSPECT IN MALEAH DAVIS DISAPPEARANCE
26 year old Derion Vence, the last person to see missing 4-year-old Maleah Davis, had his bond set late Saturday. He was taken into custody bond with set at $1 million on a “tampering with evidence, namely a corpse” count. Law enforcement officials have not yet confirmed whether the girl died, but investigators do not think Maleah is still alive. Vence was due to appear in Harris County Probable Cause Court on Saturday night.