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Chastinea Reeves, an Indiana teen who had been the subject of an Amber Alert when her mom was found dead, has been charged in relation to the murder.

Two girls, aged four and six, were found dead from carbon monoxide poisoning and the bodies of two teenage children were discovered with gunshot wounds. The mother of the children was found stabbed and shot. She is currently recovering at a local hospital in critical condition.

An elderly Alabama man tied an alleged burglar to a tree. The intruder was dead when deputies arrived.

The unidentified man sustained a fractured spine and head injuries.

Police in Amarillo, Texas are responding to reports of an active shooter and a possible hostage situation in a Walmart store in the city.

The victims were three men and one woman, a New York Police Department spokesman said, according to The Times.

There is no evidence that the gun was fired, police said. They released information about the finding Tuesday after an attorney for the man accused of shooting Smith hinted that a second gun at the scene made his client fear for his life.

A 30-year law against repeat offenders in Louisiana can land one man life in prison.

Gregory Alfred, 25, was arrested in New Jersey in connection with the March 10 slashing of 53-year-old Janina Popko in Ditmas Park. Popko was cut in the neck by Alfred, who was actively hoping to harm White people because they prevent him from "freely smoking marijuana."

Veteran San Antonio police officer John Lee is expected to be terminated for shooting and killing an unarmed Black man last month.

Police are investigating the shooting of the victim, identified as Rev. William B. Schooler, a former educator and community organizer said to have deep roots in the Dayton community. His death and the arrest of his 68-year-old brother, Daniel Gregory Schooler, has shocked the community the pastor served.