California Man Arrested for Threatening Two Teenage Girls Online

LOS ANGELES – Special agents with the FBI this morning arrested a San Gabriel Valley man and online promoter of the involuntary celibate (incel) subculture on a federal cyberstalking charge that he conducted an internet harassment campaign against two teenage girls who rejected his sexual advances.

          Carl Bennington, 33, of Covina, was arrested pursuant to a criminal complaint unsealed today in United States District Court in Los Angeles. Bennington will remain in federal custody pending the outcome of detention hearing scheduled for Thursday. His arraignment is scheduled for May 11.

          The complaint alleges that, from at least February 2016 to March 2020, Bennington repeatedly used various social media accounts to harass young girls and women, including by sending hundreds of messages threatening to commit acts of physical and sexual violence against them if they did not submit to his sexual advances. More>>

Report: Gunman, Six Innocents Dead After Shooting near Molson Coors HQ

A gunman and six innocents are dead following a shooting near Molson Coors headquarters in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

UPDATE 5:40 pm ET — Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett (D) spoke to reporters and confirmed “multiple people…have died, including the shooter,” in the attack near Molson Coors headquarters. He said police were “continuing their sweep to be sure that nothing more was occurring.” More>>

WATCH: Good Guy with a Gun Shoots Alleged Texas Church Shooter

A good guy with a gun shot an alleged church shooter in White Settlement, Texas, Sunday morning.

UPDATE: CNN reports that the White Settlement, Texas, church gunman is among the two killed in Sunday’s shooting. NBC News reports that the other fatality was a congregant shot by the gunman, and another person was critically wounded by the gunman as well. More>>

New York City college student found with fatal stab wounds in Manhattan park

A Barnard College student was discovered brutally stabbed after a robbery gone horribly awry inside a park in upper Manhattan on Wednesday, sources said.

Tessa Majors, 18, was found by a school security guard inside Morningside Park near West 116th Street and Morningside Drive at around 5:30 p.m., according to police sources. More>>