The Police Are Looking For (19659004) The man suspected of shooting three people in a restaurant in Oklahoma City before being shot by passers-by no apparent connection to the victims or the restaurant and was legally entitled to carry a firearm Investigators are trying to identify a motive for the Thursday night attack that wounded four people, Oklahoma City captain Bo Mathews said. He said the only interaction police with the alleged sniper, 28-year-old Alexander Tilghman, was 15 years ago when his mother reported that he had beaten her repeatedly during a dispute over a vacuum cleaner.
The police praised the two gunmen for responding quickly. Investigators say that Juan Carlos Nazario and Bryan Whittle each picked up a firearm from their vehicles and shot Tilghman outside the restaurant.
"I've just done what I've learned to neutralize the situation," said Nazario, a trained security official television broadcaster KWTV in a brief interview. Whittle was also mostly mother and told the station that he "reversed the threat."
Mathews said the gunfight on Thursday looked accidental, but noted that Tilghman drove to the restaurant wearing protective clothing for his ears and eyes.
– Associated Press
States prepare for the arrival of the storm
Florida and Mississippi launched Saturday ahead of the arrival of Subtropical Storm Alberto, a slow system expected It will cause wet misery in the east of the US Gulf Coast on holiday weekend.
Cuba was hit by rain on the west coast, increasing the risk of flash floods and mudslides. The National Hurricane Center in Miami said that the island's rainfall could reach 10 to 15 inches – and even 25 inches in isolated areas.
Heavy rain was expected to hit Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama on Sunday. The Florida Keys could see up to 10 inches of rain, the hurricane center said. A tropical storm warning was issued for the Dry Tortugas.
Five to 10 inches of rainfall is possible along the affected areas in eastern Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, West Tennessee and the western Florida Panhandle. Remote areas could be up to 15 inches tall.
Alberto – the first storm of the 2018 hurricane season officially starting on June 1 – is likely to intensify until Monday night on the northern Gulf Coast.
– Associated Press
Damage Closes USS Arizona Memorial: Engineers say the damage to the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor, Honolulu, was worse than expected and remains closed indefinitely. Boat traffic to the attraction was suspended on 6 May after one of the ship's operators noticed a crack on the outside of the memorial.
Pa. A Man Condemned for Ethnic Intimidation: A neighbor accused of racist insult to a black Pennsylvania family for years was sentenced to two to four years in prison. A judge from Northampton County sentenced 45-year-old Robert Kujawa on Friday after a jury convicted him of ethnic intimidation, harassment and persecution.
Falling Glass Kills Skyscraper High Security Lever: Police say a large glass panel fell on two workers during the construction of one of New York City's tallest skyscrapers, killing one and sending the other to a hospital. It happened at 10.30am on Saturday at a construction site on West 57th Street, half a block from Carnegie Hall. According to the police, a 67-year-old guard was killed and a 27-year-old construction worker was hospitalized with seemingly non-life-threatening injuries.
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