TARGET SHOOTING GOES AWRY • The Thurston County Sheriff’s Office believes it was a long-distance shooting accident over Interstate 5 that sent two bullets onto the Great Wolf Lodge property in Grand Mound this weekend. One round hit a person’s arm and fell to the ground and another struck a wall, according to information passed along to Sgt. Carla Carter.
Buck Garrett (1871-1929) - The nephew of Pat Garrett. When he was just 18, he served as a posseman for the US Deputy marshals, which led to a life as a career lawman. In 1905 he became the Chief of Police in Ardmore, a position he held until 1910, when he was elected as the Carter County Sheriff. He suffered a stroke and died when he was 58 years old and was buried in Ardmore, Oklahoma.
Tenn. backyard archaeological dig is historic site | Johnson City Press Excavations last fall of Paul Litchy's backyard, also known as the Coats-Hines site, found the remains of bones and artifacts that prove humans were there before 12,000 B.C, near the end of the last ice age.
Patty Hearst, granddaughter of legendary newspaper publisher William Randolph Hearst, was photographed by the San Mateo County Sheriff in September 1975 after her arrest on bank robbery and gun charges. Hearst, kidnapped by the Symbionese Liberation Army in February 1974, was sentenced to seven years in prison. She was released in February 1979 after President Jimmy Carter commuted her sentence.
Buck Garrett born May 24, 1871 a nephew of legendary Sheriff Pat Garrett. He was a US Deputy Marshal in Oklahoma. In 1905 he was appointed Chief of Police in Ardmore, Oklahoma and later elected Sheriff of Carter County in Oklahoma.
Dr. Joye Carter is the first African-American to be appointed a Chief Medical Examiner in the history of the United States. Dr. Carter has worked as the deputy Chief Medical Examiner of the Armed Forces Medical Examiner Department, Chief Medical Examiner of the District of Columbia, and Chief Medical Examiner of Harris County (Houston), Texas. And the first African-American and female to be appointed as the Chief Forensic Pathologist to the Coroner of Indianapolis, Indiana.
ACCIDENTAL SHOOTING, GOLDEN VALLEY — Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies received a May 21 report of an accidental shooting. Upon arrival at a residence in the 6600 block of West Zuni Drive, deputies noted Golden Valley Fire Department personnel attending to Eric Krempasky, 43, who had suffered a gunshot wound below his ribs on his left side. Investigators determined that Krempasky hit the trigger while cleaning the weapon, Carter said. Krempasky was taken to Kingman Regional Medical Center.
Aaron Carter arrested for DUI and marijuana possession The singer and his girlfriend Madison Parker were arrested in Georgia Saturday on DUI and marijuana possession charges according to the Habersham County Sheriffs office. Carter 29 was charged on suspicion of driving under the influence possession of marijuana less than one ounce and possession of drug-related objects. He is currently in police custody authorities said.