It was believed she had been kidnapped and driven away in a silver Nissan Altima. A few hours later at 7 am, Dion Merrick and Brandon Antoine, sanitation workers for Pelican Waste, were on their daily route when they noticed a vehicle that fit the description in the alert. The sanitation workers thought it was suspicious that a silver sedan was parked alone in a field in St. Martin Parish. What the car doing?
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It all comes together wonderfully on their well conceived self-titled debut album. The Fragiles are the brainchild of songwriter David Settle, a busy man who holds down multiple bands and releases albums worth of material every year. Lina Tullgren has reunited with their first instrument, the violin. While featured in fleeting moments on Free Cell , Tullgren instead recasts their fate with the instrument in the form of veracious improvisations. It imparts a new language of sound, moving through the few crystalline zones with a tenderness and curiosity.
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A black man in Colorado said he hasn't slept well since he was traumatized by a group of white police officers who held him at gunpoint and detained him while he was picking up trash in front of his home. Zayd Atkinson, 26, said it's been more than a month since a group of officers racially profiled him in a predominantly white neighborhood in Boulder, Colorado, but he's still fighting to overcome the "traumatic experience. I didn't know what else to do besides, you know, to fight with my voice and to practice my rights, which were thoroughly being breached. Atkinson was holding a bucket and a metal trash picker in front of his residence on March 1, when a Boulder police officer confronted him and asked him if he was permitted to be there. He said he gave the officer his ID and key card for the building, but the situation escalated as Atkinson refused to acquiesce when the officer ordered for him to sit down.