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Buffalo Police Ask for Public's Help in Finding Missing Teen

BUFFALO, N.Y. — The Buffalo Police Department is asking for the public's help in locating 15-year-old Janiah Perez, who was reported missing.

Janiah Perez is described as a Hispanic female, approximately 5'3″, 160 pounds, with brown eyes and blonde hair. She was last seen wearing black biker shorts, a black hoodie with “NASA » on the front, black and white Jordans and a school bag She is believed to be in the east side area.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Janiah Perez is asked to immediately call 911. Your prompt assistance could be crucial to ensuring her safe return.

  • Buffalo Police Ask for Public's Help in Finding Missing Teen

    BUFFALO, N.Y. — The Buffalo Police Department is asking for the public's help in locating 15-year-old Janiah Perez, who was reported missing.

    Janiah Perez is described as a Hispanic female, approximately 5'3″, 160 pounds, with brown eyes and blonde hair. She was last seen wearing black biker shorts, a black hoodie with ” NASA” on the front, black and white. Jordans and carrying a school bag. She would be in the east zone.

    Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Janiah Perez is asked to immediately call 911. Your prompt assistance could be crucial to ensuring her safe return.

  • Newark police recover vehicle linked to bus stop robbery, suspects sought

    NEWARK, New Jersey – The Newark Department of Public Safety is making a public appeal for help in identifying suspects involved in a May robbery. According to Public Safety Director Fritz G. Fragé, a white 2017 Infinity Q70 used in the crime was found.

    The incident occurred early in the morning of May 20, when two black men got out of the vehicle and robbed an individual at a bus stop on Littleton Avenue. The suspects stole a satchel containing two cell phones, debit and credit cards and other personal items before fleeing in the same vehicle, driven by another unidentified suspect.

    The vehicle was found on May 30 and its owner, Sa Jadah Hodge, has since been cleared of further questioning. Police are now focusing on identifying the two male suspects: the first is described as being of medium build and wearing black clothing with a yellow traffic vest and face mask; the second, of heavy build, dressed in a black hoodie, beige pants and a face mask.

  • Multiple thefts reported in Stafford County

    STAFFORD, Virginia – The Stafford County Sheriff's Office responded to two significant theft incidents on June 13, one involving high-value items and another repeated shoplifting incident.

    At the Days Inn, 14 Simpson Road, early in the morning around 5:49 a.m., Deputy DA Robertson was called to the scene where a victim reported the theft of a wallet and watch worth a total of $22,000. The victim stated that an acquaintance was in her room before sleeping and when she woke up, she discovered that the acquaintance and her valuables were missing.

    Later that day, at 1:32 p.m., Deputy JE Cordes responded to a robbery at the Target located at 25 South Gateway Drive. Store staff reported that a female suspect was involved in “jump scanning” items at checkout. Recognized in two previous shoplifting incidents that occurred at the same location, the suspect was charged with three counts of shoplifting. She was later released on personal recognizance by the magistrate.

  • Grand jury indicts 15 in Philadelphia 'SaySlide' gang's mail theft ring

    HARRISBURG, PA – Attorney General Michelle Henry announced charges against 15 members and associates of the criminal organization “SaySlide.” This group, based in the Ogontz and Oak Lane neighborhoods of Philadelphia, was involved in a violent robbery and fraud scheme targeting USPS drop boxes in Philadelphia and its suburbs.

    Following a month-long Grand Jury investigation, the organization is accused of stealing master keys to access USPS blue drop boxes, then removing checks from envelopes for modify for fraudulent payments. The suspects, including alleged ringleader William Logan, 28, face charges of corrupt organization, conspiracy to commit murder, aggravated assault and armed robbery.

    All defendants are currently in custody and arraignments are pending. Attorney General Henry highlighted the seriousness of this scheme, noting the substantial financial losses suffered by people who rely on the mail for payments and transfers.

  • Howard Heat raises $5,000 for police benevolent fund at annual Howard Cup

    HOWARD COUNTY, MD – The Howard Heat hockey teams, representing both the Howard County Police Department and the Howard County Department of Fire and Rescue Services, competed in this year's Howard Cup, successfully collecting 5 $000 for the Howard County Police Benevolent Fund.

    The Howard Heat has actively participated in various tournaments, leagues and charity events for over 20 years, dedicating its efforts to supporting those in need through sportsmanship and community involvement. This year’s Howard Cup is yet another testament to their commitment to charitable causes.

  • Fugitive wanted in North Jersey shooting

    PATERSON, New Jersey – The Paterson Police Department is actively seeking information regarding a man wanted in connection with a shooting that occurred on Broadway in March. The authorities have launched an appeal for public assistance.

    The department is urging anyone with information about the suspect or the incident to contact the shooting investigation unit at 973-321-1342. The police hope that public denunciations will lead to the rapid arrest of the individual involved.

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