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Man Accused Of Robbery, Assault At Downtown Concord Shoe Store

CONCORD, NH — A homeless man was arrested after a month-long investigation into a robbery in Downtown Concord where a store clerk was assaulted, according to police.



a man looking at the camera: Chad Matthew Dow was arrested on Feb. 15.


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Chad Matthew Dow was arrested on Feb. 15.

Around 1:30 p.m. on Sept. 10, 2020, police were sent to Joe King’s Shoe Shop on North Main Street for a report of an attempted robbery. Dispatch told officers en route that a man punched a clerk in the face and fled the store with a pair of Adidas tennis shoes valued at around $60.

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Chicago sisters accused of stabbing store security guard 27 times after he asked them to wear a mask

Two sisters were charged with first-degree attempted murder on Tuesday after they allegedly stabbed a security guard 27 times after he asked the women to wear a mask and use the store-provided hand sanitizer, police say.

A Chicago Police Department spokesperson told NBC News that Jessica Hill, 21, and her sister, Jayla, 18, initially got into a verbal altercation with a guard at a shoe store in Chicago after they refused to wear a mask. The late Sunday afternoon incident turned physical when one of the sisters allegedly pulled out a knife and stabbed the guard multiple times in the

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Florida strip mall owners accused of shooting at black men

Two black men claim the white owners of a Florida strip mall racially profiled them and opened fire as they returned a U-Haul van, assuming they were connected to ongoing vandalism there.

Charles McMillon Jr., his 10-year-old son and McMillon’s childhood friend, Kendrick Clemons, were dropping off a U-Haul van at the Fountain Plaza mall late Thursday in Tallahassee when they heard gunshots nearby, the Tallahassee Democrat reports.

The trio saw an elderly armed couple approaching with guns aimed toward them while yelling “Don’t move” and telling them to surrender, McMillon told the newspaper.

McMillon, who was in his

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