Police say Milton Benitez Salvador, of no fixed address, faces charges that include attempted murder and attempted assault. He is being held on a $150,000 bond.
Police say an off-duty officer was working in a second job at the Sabor Latino restaurant on University Boulevard in Adelphi at 12:43 a.m. when he saw Salvador push a security guard while being escorted out of the restaurant.
The officer tried to arrest Salvador after he refused to comply, police say. When the officer tried to handcuff the suspect, police say Salvador stabbed him in the lower abdomen with a large folding knife.
Police say he officer and the security guard were able to place Salvador in custody, and the officer then was taken to an area hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Anyone with additional information about the case can call police at (301) 699-2601.
DeKalb police told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that 33-year-old Chris Long was shot early Sunday at the club Shooter Alley on Buford Highway.
A friend of Long, Frank Aldridge, told the AJC that Long and other security guards had ordered three men to leave the night club and that Long was apparently shot when the men returned. Long went by the nickname “Solid.”
Police told the AJC that Long died after being taken to an area hospital.
Long, of Smyrna, was a wrestler with Lucha Libre USA, a Mexico-based company that produces live events and television shows on MTV2
Carson City NV Nov 22 2010 Police are unable to confirm a man’s story Sunday that he was robbed and stabbed inside a Carson City casino.
According to Sheriff Ken Furlong, just before 1 p.m. a 42-year-old Gardnerville man told a Casino Fandango employee he’d just been stabbed, robbed of $5,000 and knocked unconscious in the bathroom.
Employees called police and the man was taken from the Big Lots parking lot by Care Flight helicopter to a Reno hospital with what appeared to be two stab wounds to his torso, said Furlong. The wounds turned out to be superficial, he said.
Upon further questioning, said Furlong, the man’s story was difficult to prove.
Furlong said he claimed to have gambled in the casino, but surveillance video shows him walk in the southeast doors and head directly to the bathroom where he remained for 30 minutes. Upon exiting, he is seen walking immediately to the cashier’s cage and reporting the alleged assault.
Furlong said the man also claimed he was just released from jail in South Lake Tahoe and dug up the $5,000 from a field where he’d hidden it prior to his arrest.
Furlong said, when officers entered the bathroom they found packaging for a paring knife in one of the toilets. A knife was never recovered.
“We were unable to verify any of his claims,” the sheriff said. “He said all he wants is the casino to give him back his $5,000.”
Eventually the alleged victim asked for an attorney and has refused to answer further questions, Furlong said.
The incident caused the bathroom near the Palm Court Grill to be cordoned off for more than two hours.
“It was fortunate that we were able to provide direct evidence to the contrary of his story,” said Court Cardinal, vice president and general manager of the casino.
“Casino Fandango, from the day we’ve opened, has had zero tolerance for any illegal activity. If we suspect any illegal activity we either have the people removed from the premises or call the sheriff’s office.
“I feel that this is an extremely safe place. We have very sharp security forces on the property as well fantastic surveillance capabilities. It always has been and always will be one of the safest place to frequent in town.”
Seal Beach CA. Nov 22 2010 An 88-year-old man was in police custody Sunday after he allegedly shot and killed an 86-year-old woman at a Seal Beach convalescent home, authorities said.
The shooting occurred about noon at the Country Villa Healthcare Center, Seal Beach Police Sgt. Steve Bowles said.
Within three minutes of 911 calls, officers from the Seal Beach Police Department surrounded the facility and were joined by the California Highway Patrol, Los Alamitos police, Cypress police and Orange County sheriff’s deputies, Bowles said.
When they entered the facility, they were directed to a room where they found the woman, the man and a .38-caliber revolver, Bowles said.
Security officers from AlliedBarton Security Services, http://www.alliedbarton.com, received 15 awards, including nine honored for acts of valor, at the ASIS International Greater Philadelphia Chapter’s 2010 Private Security Appreciation Night on Wednesday, November 17, 2010, at the ACE Conference Center in Lafayette Hill.
Overall, 15 of the 20 security officers honored at the dinner and awards ceremony were from AlliedBarton and assigned to locations in Philadelphia and its suburbs.
“We are grateful to ASIS International’s Greater Philadelphia Chapter for recognizing our security officers for their outstanding performance, dedication and commitment to safety,” said Jim Gorman, Vice President and General Manager of AlliedBarton’s Philadelphia Region. “In an era when the efforts of security officers many times go unnoticed or unappreciated, it is encouraging to know that ASIS recognizes individual leaders in the private sector who have pledged to keep our communities safe and secure.”
AlliedBarton security officers receiving Awards for Valor were: Luis Fernandez, who disarmed an attacker in the Emergency Department at Episcopal Hospital in Philadelphia; Michael Fitzsimmons, who, while on volunteer duty with the Media Fire Company, rescued a woman whose car was stalled in swift water; Annette Jackson, who revived and saved a woman who was overcome by fumes at a bank in the Eastwick section of Philadelphia; and Sidney Barrett and Gregory Houston, who saved the life of a colleague who had gone into diabetic shock. Wade Whitner and Marquis Wallace, who, while assigned to patrol at the University of Pennsylvania, risked their lives by entering a burning West Philadelphia residence to save the lives of several residents; Dan Brady, who evacuated residents from a smoke-filled fraternity house on the University of Pennsylvania campus; and Daniel Martin, who assisted in the apprehension of a sex offender after an altercation at the Granite Run Mall in Springfield.
AlliedBarton security officers receiving Outstanding Performance Awards were: Donald Stevenson, Jr., who initiated the apprehension of a thief at 1234 Market St. in center city Philadelphia, and Steve Walsh, Louis Petrecco and Eric Powell, all of whom assisted in comforting a deranged man on the University of Pennsylvania campus.
AlliedBarton security officers receiving Sustained Superior Performance Awards were: Erelene Veal, assigned to Drexel University, and Daniel Rosiello, a Shift Supervisor assigned to the Comcast Center in Center City Philadelphia.
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