Local suspect put on FBI’s 10 Most Wanted list

first_img“This man was a dead man,” Sheriff Lee Baca said of Schaap. “You can see by the scar on his head, he’s a standing miracle.” Baca said gang members are increasingly using the “weapons of war” to attack police. “The question we need to ask ourselves is, `Who will be the next dead cop by the hands of a gang member killed by an assault weapon?”‘ Baca asked. J. Stephen Tidwell, assistant director of the FBI’s Los Angeles office, said that efforts were made to include a gang member from Los Angeles on the list, something Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa vowed to accomplish last month. On the 57th anniversary of the FBI’s 10 Most Wanted Fugitives, officials Wednesday added the name of Emigdio Preciado Jr. to the infamous list. Preciado, a member of the Southside Whittier Mexican street gang, joins the likes of terrorist suspect Osama Bin Laden and Irish American mobster James J. Bulger. A U.S. citizen believed to be hiding in Mexico, Preciado, 37, is accused of attempted murder and other crimes for allegedly ambushing two Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies with an AK-47 in September 2000. Deputy Michael Schaap was hit in the forehead, but survived. His partner, David Timberlake, was not injured. “One of the most prominent ones we wanted to get (on the list), we believe he was in El Salvador.” But Tidwell said El Salvador doesn’t allow the extradition of Salvadoran nationals facing charges in the U.S. [email protected] (818) 713-3329 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img

‘U.S. elimination the happiest day of my life!’

first_imgWorld Cup ‘Beating U.S. the happiest day of my life’ – Ex-CONCACAF chief Jack Warner trolls ‘laughing stock’ USMNT Chris Burton Last updated 2 years ago 20:42 10/12/17 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(4) Jack Warner Christian Pulisic Getty composite World Cup United States Trinidad and Tobago v United States Trinidad and Tobago WC Qualification CONCACAF The Trinidad & Tobago native tore into Bruce Arena’s side, while the hosts’ assistant coach branded the players “embarrassing” for their attitude As the United States reflects on World Cup failure, Jack Warner has called the team’s defeat to Trindad & Tobago “the happiest day of my life.”The controversial former CONCACAF president, who is a T&T native, claims he was ready to party after seeing the U.S. reduced to a “laughing stock.”Germany 5/1 favs to lift 2018 World Cup Article continues below Editors’ Picks Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A 2-1 reversal in its final qualification fixture, along with a 2-1 win for Panama over Costa Rica and 3-2 victory for Honduras against Mexico, has left the U.S. facing its first absence from football’s global showpiece since 1986.A “ghost goal” for Panama and testing conditions in its own game conspired against Bruce Arena’s side, but Warner is positively revelling in the demise of a once dominant force in the region.”I have not been in better spirits. This is the happiest day of my life,” he told reporters.”It [the win] couldn’t have given me greater joy.”Warner, a former FIFA vice president who is currently fighting extradition to the U.S. amid a crackdown in corruption in sport, added: “And for me personally, it has reduced the U.S. to a laughing stock.“Last Sept. 27 when the judge ruled against Jack Warner there was a party in the U.S., they were quite happy.”Knowing that this has happened I wanted to go out and party as they partied last September when a judge ruled against me. I wanted to party. This was my personal feeling.”Jack Warner USA laughing stockWarner has also warned that failure to reach Russia 2018 could be just the start for the U.S., with its troubles set to continue as the federation hits a slippery slope.He added: “They will continue to undermine [the World Cup in] Qatar for 2022, but they will not succeed. As far as I am concerned this is the beginning of the end for U.S. football.”Nobody in CONCACAF likes the U.S.”Had the U.S. been able to avoid defeat against T&T, then the Americans would be heading to next summer’s World Cup, as even a draw would have sealed automatic qualification.As it is, the team’s actions prior to the final round of games left its opponent — which had nothing but pride to play for — determined to claim a prized scalp and dash the American dream.T&T assistant coach Stern John told USA Today on the motivation for his players: “I think they were a bit overconfident and a bit disrespectful because they came in and rain fell on the pitch and they were giving each other piggybacks [over the water] and all kind of stuff.”Rain fell, it is not our fault. They made a big scene out of it and it was international news all over the world. It was all over the media.”Our families [told us about it]. Most of our guys are on social media so they see it. They see the USA guys getting piggybacked to the field — it is embarrassing.”last_img read more