ATLANTA, GA – Looks like T.I.’s stepdaughter Zonnique Pullins will avoid time in the slammer after being found with a gun at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport this summer, sources tell TMZ.
As long as she follows the judge’s orders within 90 days her gun charges will be dropped as well.
Pullins will have to take a gun law training class, pay a $500 fine, complete 60 hours of community service and submit to random drug testing.
The Danville, Virginia Police Department is under a great deal of scrutiny after going viral for appearing to have popped the hoods of cop cars in order to block their dashcam views. Police officials have issued a denial, claiming that their cars merely got too hot and needed to cool off, but that explanation is also a perplexing one.
You can see why that might be concerning, especially at a time when police conduct—and their actions as recorded by video—are under more scrutiny than ever.
I decided to look up and see if the Danville PD had issued any statement on the claim and it appears they have. Oddly, they spoke with Snopes, which moved pretty quickly on this story today.
A city cop was indicted Monday on second-degree murder charges in the road rage shooting death of driver Delrawn Small, who was killed after a July 4 confrontation with the off-duty officer, sources said.
The cop, Wayne Isaacs, will be arrested Tuesday after the grand jury handed up the indictment to state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, who, under a new law, acts as a special prosecutor in matters involving police shootings.
This is the first case in which Schneiderman is prosecuting a cop for killing a civilian since Gov. Cuomo issued a July 2015 executive order empowering the state AG to become a special prosecutor in civilian deaths involving law enforcement.
Isaacs, 37, did not testify before a grand jury.
Two men are suing 50 Cent for copyright infringement claiming that the cable show “Power” was ripped off from a script the men wrote and pitched to the rapper three years prior to the show’s premiere.
In a lawsuit filed in Manhattan Federal Court against Fitty, aka Curtis Jackson, as well as cable network Starz and parent company CBS, R. Byron Hord and Curtis Scoon claim that they wrote a script for a pilot episode of a show they called “Dangerous” in 2009 about a black drug dealer and his efforts to “go legit” while trying to maintain his relationships with his Irish gangster friend named “Shamrock” and a girlfriend who wants him to remain in the crooked biz.
Following Monday night’s opening presidential debate between Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump, Charlamagne Tha God, Angela Yee and DJ Envy of The Breakfast Club cracked the mic on the evening’s most heated discussion, ‘stop-and-frisk.’
While DJ Envy, who is reportedly African American with Puerto Rican ancestry, did not explicitly express his support of the controversial program designed to target young black and Latino men, he did argue that it “got guns off the streets and that’s all that matters” early Tuesday morning (Sept. 27).
Many listeners, including fans of the celebrated disk jockey, took to Twitter to air their frustrations over his problematic sentiment toward ‘stop-and-frisk,’ which was ruled unconstitutional in New York City, as it directed police officers to disproportionately stop and search black and Latino male pedestrians for weapons and contraband.
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