Worst Shooting In U.S. History Last Night In Las Vegas, FBI Now Looking For A Murder Suspect In Ashanti Billie Investigation…

Worst shooting in U.S. history last night in Las Vegas…

Las Vegas police say more than 50 people are dead and more than 200 others were injured. The gunman who was killed by police has been identified as Nevada resident 64-year-old Stephen Paddock. A female person of interest has also been identified.

FBI now looking for a murder suspect in Ashanti Billie investigation…

There was a terrible end to the search for missing college student Ashanti Bille. The body of the 19-year-old who was attending college in Virginia Beach was found behind a church in Charlotte, NC. The FBI is continuing the search for her killer. A vigil was held last night at her old high school Wise High School.

DC & MD police search for two missing teens…

DC police are looking for missing 15-year-old Trinity Watson. She was last seen
Friday night along Otis Street in N.E. In Maryland, 17-year-old Christina Booker was last seen on Saturday on Tobias Drive in S.E. Anyone with information should call the police.

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