A New Castle man originally charged with nine offenses following a car accident that took place last year has been sentenced.
Thomas L. Kochell, 21, was initially charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated with an endangerment enhancement, operating a vehicle with an angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE, considered a controlled substance) of 0.15 or more, public intoxication, criminal mischief, battery against a public safety official, intimidation, battery by bodily waste and illegal consumption of an alcoholic beverage. Police also ticketed him for speeding.
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Mario Balotelli had good cause to be in jovial spirits on Friday after inspiring Nice to victory, but few would have anticipated him to save his best celebration for the airport. The striker scored twice in the first half to help his side to a 2-1 victory away to Lille that lifted them into second in the Ligue 1 table, just a point behind leaders Monaco, who have two games in hand. The 26-year-old later uploaded footage onto his Instagram page showing him passing through airport security in suitably silly fashion, by sliding on his knees through the metal detector.
Balotelli has rediscovered his more gregarious nature in recent weeks thanks largely to an upturn in form for his club.
The former Inter, Manchester City, AC Milan and Liverpool striker has scored four goals in his last four Ligue 1 appearances to take his tally to 15 in all competitions this season.
What has happened?
A man has been shot by police for trying to access the Palace of Westminster. Before being shot, the man crashed a car into pedestrians and stabbed a police officer. At least 20 people have been injured and so far two civilians and the policeman who was stabbed have died, despite attempts by FCO Minister Tobias Ellwood to perform CPR on the officer at the scene. The assailant is also dead. Police believe the attack was the work of a single person.
Is London safe?
Yes, London is relatively safe: while this attack came on the anniversary of the Brussels attacks, the speed and efficiency of the response shows that our security services have since at least 7/7 been working hard to improve their response to incidents like these. The entire city will now be on full alert.
What happens when there is an attack inside the House of Commons?
Almost immediately after the first reports of a shooting in the vicinity of the Palace of Westminster, it went into full lockdown mode. MPs were stuck in the Chamber of the Parliament as security moved to block all entrances. Members of the Press Gallery were also stuck in the Commons, as what counterterrorism police call dynamic lockdown occurred. In response to fast-moving incidents, lockdown is the procedure for controlling access to, and exit from, a site. This prevents people moving into danger, while also aiming to frustrate the ongoing attack. Armed police are now searching through Parliament for any other assailants.
How will they protect Theresa May?
Reports indicate that the Prime Minister was in the voting lobby at the time news of the attack was first received. Her armed, plain-clothed security detail is understood to have brandished arms while escorting her from the building to an unmarked car, an armoured Jaguar XJ Sentinel. Having been bundled into the car she was taken away from the Parliamentary estate to Downing Street where sources have let it be known to the press that she is OK. The Prime Minister receives protection from both Met Police close protection officers and members of the UK Special Forces who train for exactly these scenarios.
Who are the men that fired?
Parliament is protected by Parliamentary and Diplomatic Protection officers from within Protection Command, part of the Metropolitan police. Unlike the vast majority of UK police, Parliamentary police officers are armed and trained for events just like this.
How do they differ from regular security men?
Parliamentary and Diplomatic Protection officers work with the Commons Sergeant at Arms and the Lords Black Rod to ensure 24/7 security and patrols. They are trained in weapons handling and counterterrorism.
What should anyone do in an incident like this?
The most important thing to do is run, and escape the danger as fast as you can. If that is not possible, then the Government’s own advice is to hide as best you can, find cover from gunfire, and put your phone on silent. Once you’ve done those things, try to make contact with the authorities.
What should I do if I’m watching all this at home?
Don’t share information you don’t know to be true, don’t share things that might help other assailants during an ongoing incident, and don’t share images of people who are injured or killed: nobody wants to identify their loved one via a post on social media.
What happens now?
We stay calm. While violence can be disruptive and hurtful, these incidents are often designed to try and change our way of life, and we must not let them do that. How we respond to this incident should show the best of who we are, and represent the tolerant liberal values that so many who try to commit acts of terrorism hate most. Terrorists want us to be fearful, and they want to divide us: we cannot let them achieve their goals.