OF­FI­CER DIES, SHOT WHILE RE­SPOND­ING TO CRASH

The Denver Post - - NEWS - — The As­so­ci­ated Press

IN­DI­ANAPO­LIS» A po­lice of­fi­cer died af­ter be­ing shot mul­ti­ple times while re­spond­ing to a traf­fic crash on the south side of In­di­anapo­lis, author­i­ties said Thurs­day.

Lt. Aaron Allen of the South­port Po­lice Depart­ment was re­spond­ing to a call about a crash with peo­ple trapped in­side a ve­hi­cle Thurs­day af­ter­noon when he was shot, Sgt. Ken­dale Adams of the In­di­anapo­lis Met­ro­pol­i­tan Po­lice Depart­ment said. Allen died at Eske­nazi Hos­pi­tal, Adams said.

“Shots were fired by one of the ve­hi­cle’s oc­cu­pants, strik­ing the South­port lieu­tenant,” Adams said.

Two other of­fi­cers at the scene, in­clud­ing one who was off-duty at the time, re­turned fire, strik­ing a per­son in­side the ve­hi­cle, Adams said. That per­son and a sec­ond per­son in­jured in the crash were hos­pi­tal­ized and in cus­tody. Po­lice did not re­lease their names or dis­cuss a motive for the shoot­ing.

Allen was a six-year vet­eran of the South­port depart­ment and had nearly 20 years of law en­force­ment ex­pe­ri­ence.

Utah man says he killed wife be­cause she laughed at him.

A man killed his wife aboard an Alaska cruise and told an ac­quain­tance who later walked into the cou­ple’s blood-splat­tered room that he did it be­cause she laughed at him, the FBI said Thurs­day. Ken­neth Man­zanares of Santa Clara, Utah, was charged with mur­der af­ter he was found with blood on his hands and clothes, and with blood spread through­out the cabin on the Princess Cruises ship Tues­day night.

June Foray, voice of Rocky the Fly­ing Squir­rel, dies at 99.

LOS AN­GE­LES»

June Foray, who pro­vided voices for Rocky the Fly­ing Squir­rel and char­ac­ters in hun­dreds of clas­sic car­toons, has died at age 99. Foray was best known as the voice of Bull­win­kle’s side­kick and their arch­en­emy Natasha Fa­tale. But she had over 300 cred­its as a voice ac­tress, work­ing con­stantly for com­pa­nies like Warner Bros., Dis­ney and Hanna-Bar­bera. She was the voice of Grand­mother Fa in “Mu­lan” and the creepy voice of “Talky Tina,” the mur­der­ous doll in a fa­mous “Twi­light Zone” episode.

Crews find body of teen swept over falls.

GOLD

Author­i­ties say they have dis­cov­ered the body of an 18-year-old woman swept over a wa­ter­fall.

The Sno­homish County Sher­iff’s Of­fice says the woman was found in a pool of wa­ter Thurs­day at the base of the lower falls at Wal­lace Falls State Park north­east of Seat­tle.

Of­fi­cials say the woman, a lo­cal com­mu­nity col­lege stu­dent from Las Ve­gas, had climbed out past an ob­ser­va­tion fence onto an is­land above the up­per falls on Wed­nes­day.

As they re­turned, the friends heard a scream and splash be­hind them, and their friend was gone.

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