Two young men are dead after they were allegedly shot dead outside a Caboolture home.
Queensland Police spent less than two hours hunting for the accused gunman, arresting a man at Victoria Point, more than 8okm from Caboolture just before 9pm.
Emergency services rushed to Lower King St in Caboolture, in the Moreton Bay region, just before 6pm tonight after reports of a shooting.
Police established a crime scene with paramedics attempting CPR on the two victims.
Tragically, they couldn’t be saved.
Witnesses described the horror moment they heard gunshots ring out through Caboolture, putting parts of the town into lockdown.
The shooting triggered lockdowns across parts of Caboolture, with the public urged to stay inside.
Caboolture Hospital, less than 2km from Lower King St, is reportedly in lockdown.
Queensland Police’s Acting Detective Inspector Michael Hogan told reporters at the scene that a man was undergoing a full forensic examination at Caboolture police station.
“We had information that lead us to Victoria Point, and a male person has been taken into custody,” he said.
“It (the investigation) will be a very long process, at least a couple of days.”
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Former South Australia Labor MP Annabel Digance and her husband, Greg, were arrested early on Wednesday morning, accused of blackmailing SA Labor leader Peter Malinauskas.
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A man has been arrested over the alleged theft of a car from former Test captain Ricky Ponting’s home.
Ponting and his family were at their bayside home in Melbourne in early February when thieves allegedly entered the highly-protected property.
The alleged thieves, later named by police as Jose Henriques and Russell Greenwood, made away with his car.
However, on Tuesday, Henriques was arrested.
He is now facing charges of wilful damage, while his alleged associate is still on the run.
The alleged theft sparked a major police response which spanned two days.
Ponting’s car was stolen on Friday with the Special Operations Group and the Airwing dispatched to track it.
It was spotted allegedly being driven at speed through Melbourne’s west before being dumped in Camberwell.
The car was recovered but the suspects had eluded police.
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On Tuesday, April 13, a Moscow court remanded theoretical physicist Valery Golubkin in custody on suspicion of treason. Allegedly, he passed information to a NATO country. Golubkin’s arrest comes in connection with a treason case against another scientist — physicist Anatoly Gubanov, who was arrested in December 2020. Though the details of the case remain classified, both professors have denied any guilt.
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A husband and wife have been arrested in connection with a criminal syndicate supplying illegal firearms across Sydney.
The couple was among three people arrested as part of an ongoing investigation into the criminal group which culminated in the raid of two homes and a business in Double Bay this morning.
The arrests come after investigators received information connecting the group to a clandestine laboratory discovered on April 30 last year.
Officers dismantled the lab and seized 1.9 kilograms of methylamphetamine (ice).
This morning, police and the Public Order Riot Squad executed three search warrants in separate locations across Sydney.
A 77-year-old man and a 41-year-old woman were arrested at a home in Cherrybrook during the first raid around 6am.
Simultaneously, police arrested a 43-year-old man at a home in Guildford West.
About 8am, a third search warrant was executed at a business in Double Bay where investigators continue to undertake their search.
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A man has been arrested after he allegedly stabbed a man then ran him over with his car, threatened a woman, stole a police car and led officers on a “very dangerous” high-speed chase through Melbourne’s north.
Police said the “outrageous” crime spree began about 10:15pm on Saturday, when the 27-year-old went to a house in Kalkallo and began slashing the tyres on a car outside.
A physical altercation began when the owner of the car, who police said knew the offender, came outside. His female partner was close behind.
“The offender has inflicted four stab wounds to the abdomen of our victim, resulting in him falling to the roadway,” Superintendent Nigel Howard said.
“The offender then chased the female back inside the house, and she shut the front door, and he tried to gain access but unsuccessfully.”
It is understood the victim’s young daughter was inside the house at the time.
The alleged offender left the Bells Avenue home, “only to return a short time later and run over our victim, who was lying in the middle of the road”, Superintendent Howard said.
The 26-year-old victim was taken to hospital in a critical condition, and underwent surgery on Sunday.
Police say the man then fled the scene. He was next seen by police hours later, when he returned to his Mickleham home to find officers waiting.
“He left the scene very quickly with police in pursuit,” Superintendent Howard said.
He lost control of his car while travelling in a southerly direction along Mickleham Road and crashed into the wire barriers.
It was there police allege he took out a knife and took off in the highway patrol car that had been chasing him. The officers drew their guns but did not fire any shots, Superintendent Howard said.
A passing motorist who had seen the incident unfold offered up their car to the officers.
The stolen police car was declared a “hostile vehicle” and was being followed by an Air Wing helicopter as well as other police cars.
“Speeds that were being attained by the police vehicle at this time averaged between 170 and 200 kilometres an hour, with the police car crashing [through] red lights,” Superintendent Howard said.
The car headed south-east before crashing into three other vehicles near traffic lights on Barry Road in Campbellfield.
The crash caused “major damage” to the cars, Superintendent Howard said, but the drivers were not seriously injured and it caused the stolen police car to slow down.
Police say the offender then started waving a knife at members of the public before being pursued by officers on foot, the canine unit and officers in a marked car.
Superintendent Howard said the officers in the police car “nudged” the offender and he fell to the ground.
“The offender wasn’t detained straight away so we had to go hands-on,” he said.
Two police officers were bitten by police dogs during the arrest.
The man was assessed by a doctor and was determined fit to be interviewed by police.
“We’ve got a victim in hospital with critical injuries, he’s been operated on … we now have a 27-year-old in custody,” Superintendent Howard said.
“We have some significant damage to a police car, we have significant damage to civilians’ cars, the offender’s car’s obviously been damaged … but it could have been a lot worse than it was.”
Emergency services were at multiple crime scenes into Sunday as the investigation continued.
Police are urging anyone with any information to contact Crime Stoppers.
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The women – both aged 23 – are being held by police over a spate of hold-ups across the city’s southwest.
At about 11.45pm officers were called to a service station on Heathcote Road, near Junction Road, at Moorebank, in response to a hold-up alarm.
Police were told two people allegedly armed with an axe and knives had stolen money and cigarettes and fled the scene in a Mitsubishi Lancer.
Shortly afterwards at 12.15am police went to a service station on Nuwarra Road, near Newbridge Road, Moorebank, following reports two people allegedly threatened the employee with a knife and axe.
The pair fled the scene with cash and cigarettes before officers arrived.
In the third incident, police were called to a Camden Valley Way service station, near Gellibrand Drive, at Edmondson Park, about 1.15am, after a worker was allegedly threatened with a hammer, before two people fled the scene with cash.
Police found the Mitsubishi Lancer at Commissioners Drive, Denham Court. The two women were arrested about 1.30am.
During a search of the vehicle, police seized number plates – believed to be stolen – as well as knives, an axe, cash and cigarettes.
The women are expected to be charged.
No injuries were reported as a result of the alleged robberies.
Police inquiries continue.
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Jessica Walter, the Emmy-winning actress best known as boozy matriarch Lucille Bluth on Arrested Development, has died aged 80.
No cause of death was given, but Deadline reported that she died in her sleep.
“It is with a heavy heart that I confirm the passing of my beloved mum Jessica,” Walters’ daughter, Brooke Bowman, told Deadline. “A working actor for over six decades, her greatest pleasure was bringing joy to others through her storytelling both on screen and off. While her legacy will live on through her body of work, she will also be remembered by many for her wit, class and overall joie de vivre.”
Walter, who won a 1975 Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series for the NBC drama Amy Prentiss, was nominated for an Emmy for her Arrested Development role in 2005, as well as for parts in TV series including Trapper John, M.D. and The Streets of San Francisco.
Walter, who voiced domineering spy agency head (and difficult mother) Malory Archer in the FXX animated series Archer, is also remembered for roles in films including Clint Eastwood’s directorial debut, Play Misty for Me.
The prolific, Brooklyn-born actress was an especially familiar TV presence for decades, appearing in a wide variety of series including Good Girls, At Home With Amy Sedaris, 90210, One Life to Live, Coach, Murder, She Wrote, The Love Boat and many more.
In addition, the New Yorker appeared in numerous Broadway shows, most recently in the 2011 production of Anything Goes, which won the Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical.
In 2018, the Westchester resident — who always held a place in her heart for the Upper West Side and Broadway — shared with The Post her enduring love of New York City. “I like walking mostly everywhere,” she said. “Every day is an adventure here.”
Walter’s husband, Emmy-winning actor Ron Leibman, died in 2019 at age 82.
Walter’s Arrested Development co-stars remembered her legacy on social media. David Cross, who played Tobias Fünke on the show, called her “an absolutely brilliant actress and amazing talent,” adding, “I consider myself privileged and very lucky to have been able to work with her. Lucille Bluth is one of TV’s greatest characters.”
Tony Hale, who portrayed Lucille Bluth’s son Buster, tweeted a selfie with Walter, sharing that she “was a force, and her talent and timing were unmatched. Rest In Peace Mama Bluth.”
The oft-quotedArrested Development actress had a deep love for many of her co-stars from that show — especially Michael Cera, whom she loved in Broadway’s The Waverly Gallery in 2018.
“Michael is always brilliant. I always follow him wherever he goes,” she told The Post in 2017.
However, behind the scenes of the comedy, it wasn’t always laughs. In an emotional interview in 2018, Walter said her on-screen husband Jeffrey Tambor verbally harassed her on set. Tambor was later accused of inappropriate behaviour on the set of Transparent, from which he was eventually written off.
Jason Bateman, who played Walter’s on-screen son in Arrested Development, came under fire for belittling Walter in the interview. He later apologised for “mansplaining” what Walter experienced.
Although Walter was known for her out-there depictions in Arrested Development and Archer, she apparently had a more demure side in real life.
In a 2019 interview with The Post, Archer executive producer Matt Thompson remembered having to explain to her some of the off-colour terms used in the show.
“Some of the most uncomfortable moments we have had is explaining sexually based slang to Jessica Walter,” Thompson said with a laugh. “Hear this in Jessica Walter’s voice: ‘Tell me about this tea-bagging.’ Then you have to methodically, like a lawyer, tell her. It’s not what can we get away with; it’s what we are comfortable explaining. Because there’s a point where it’s like, ‘Oh, I don’t want to say this to her.’ ”
In 2012, she told AV Club she was drawn to quirky roles like the one in Arrested Development because they are “juicy,” adding that they are “much better than playing the vanilla ingenues” and noting that she has “played lots of mothers from hell.”
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A Comanchero bikie gang member has been arrested by police in Adelaide today, following an alleged assault that left a man fighting for his life.
Police allege a man was seriously assaulted when he tried to intervene in an altercation on Sunday
Officers arrested a wanted man at Kilburn this morning
The victim remains in a critical condition in the Royal Adelaide Hospital
SA Police said officers had arrested Danny Rapley at a Kilburn address about 11:30am on Tuesday, without incident.
Police yesterday alleged the man had assaulted an “innocent bystander” who tried to intervene in a dispute between him and a woman outside a supermarket at Salisbury North on Sunday afternoon.
Police said the member of the public was allegedly assaulted before the man left the scene on a blue Suzuki motorbike with the woman.
The victim, a 49-year-old Paralowie man, was airlifted to the Royal Adelaide Hospital where he remains in a critical condition.
At the time, witnesses described the victim as a “good Samaritan”.
Police said the parties were not known to each other.
They have urged anyone with dashcam footage or CCTV of the incident to contact Crime Stoppers.
The arrested man is expected to be charged later today.
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Myanmar’s junta has freed hundreds of demonstrators arrested during its brutal crackdown on protests, as many businesses in Yangon remain shut after anti-coup activists called for a silent strike.
Several buses full of prisoners drove out of Yangon’s Insein jail on Wednesday morning, according to witnesses, who included lawyers for some inmates.
There was no immediate word from authorities on how many prisoners were freed. A spokesman for the military did not answer calls from Reuters.
“All the released are the ones arrested due to the protests, as well as night arrests or those who were out to buy something,” said a member of a legal advisory group, who said he saw around 15 buses leaving.
The Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP) activist group says at least 2,000 people have been arrested in the military crackdown on the protests against the 1 February coup.
A bus with arrested protesters driven out of Insein prison is greeted by waving civilians.
Many businesses were closed in Yangon, and few vehicles were seen on the road in the country’s biggest city after a call by pro-democracy activists for a silent strike.
“No going out, no shops, no working. All shut down. Just for one day,” illustrator and activist Nobel Aung said.
Soldiers shot at her father but hit the girl who was sitting on his lap inside their home, her sister told the Myanmar Now media outlet. Two men were also killed in the district, it said.
The military had no immediate comment on the incident.
The junta has faced international condemnation for staging the coup that halted Myanmar’s slow transition to democracy and for its lethal suppression of the protests that followed.
It has tried to justify the takeover by saying the 8 November election won by Aung San Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy was fraudulent – an accusation the electoral commission has rejected.
Military leaders have promised a new election but have not set a date and have declared a state of emergency.
Junta spokesman Zaw Min Tun said on Tuesday 164 protesters had been killed and expressed sadness at the deaths, a day after the European Union and the United States imposed more sanctions on groups or individuals linked to the coup.
He blamed the bloodshed on the protesters and said nine members of the security forces had been also killed.
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