GRAND CHUTE, Wis. (AP) — Police in eastern Wisconsin say a teenager charged in a fatal shooting at a shopping mall has waived extradition in Iowa, where he was arrested days after the slaying. Grand Chute police Capt. Colette Jaeger says law enforcement officers have left for Iowa to collect 17-year-old Dezman Ellis, who was arrested in Des Moines on Thursday. Jaeger says Ellis will be taken to the Outagamie County Jail in Appleton. Ellis is accused in the killing Sunday of 19-year-old Jovanni Frausto at the Fox River Mall in suburban Appleton during an argument over a girl. A bystander was wounded by the gunfire.
BACOLOD City – “Activism is not a crime, but supporting terrorism isa crime.” This was Philippine Army’s 303rdInfantry Brigade commander Brigadier General Benedict Arevalo’s stark reminderto parents and students in Victorias City, Negros Occidental. Arevalo also showed a short animatedvideo entitled “Pindoy”, exposing the modus of the in deceiving and misleadingthe youth to join the CPP-NPA./PN “Our government respects the right toacademic freedom, however a student joining the NPA or supporting terroristorganizations is illegal and a crime,” Arevalo stressed. He urged both the students and theirparents to be wary of student organizations which he believed to have beeninfiltrated by the Communist Party of the Philippines-New People’s Army (CPP-NPA). Arevalo was the guest of honor andspeaker during the Reserve Officer Training Corps Presentation of the Colegiode Sta Ana de Victorias on Saturday. read more