Two Car Crash In S.E. Sunday Kills One, Traps 3 Others, The Brother Accused Of Killing His 6 Year Old Sister In Clinton Is Due In Court Today…

Two car crash in S.E. Sunday kills one, traps 3 others…

A two-vehicle crash Sunday at the intersection of Good Hope Road and Altamont Place kills one and traps three others. The cause is unknown. The person killed has not been identified.

The brother accused of killing his 6 year old sister in Clinton is due in court today…

It’s back to court for the 25-year-old man Prince George’s County Police arrested for the stabbing death of his 6-year-old sister and 9-year-old cousin in Clinton earlier this month. Antonio Williams faces 1st and 2nd-degree murder charges in the horrible murders. No motif has been given.

St. Louis braces for more possible violent protests…

The National Guard is on stand by in St. Louis. It’s in response to 3 nights of protests the ended violently. The largest crowd yet was on Sunday and at the end a small group started looting stores, smashing winds and even throwing chemicals on police. More than 80 people were arrested.

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