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FBI: New Orleans Parade Shooting Appears to be Street Violence, Not Terrorism

Steve Neavling 

The FBI suspects that the New Orleans Parade shooting was the result of “street violence,” not terrorism, the Huffington Post reports.

Gunmen opened fire at the Mother’s Day parade, injuring at least 19 people.

Videos from the shooting shows victims scattered on the ground, bleeding.

FBI agents said the shooting appears to be a flare up in street violence, the Huffington Post reported. “These “These kinds of incidents will not go unanswered. Somebody knows something. The way to stop this violence is for you all to help,” New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu said.



FBI Planes That Are Flying Over Boston Appear to be Conducting Surveillance

Steve Neavling 

Residents have been reporting suspicious, loud and low-flying aircraft in the Boston area since last month.

Turns out, the small planes belong to the FBI, the Business Insider reports.

While the FBI won’t comment on the planes, which include a Cessna 208 carrying registration N1132F, Cessna 206H N309JK, and Cessna 182s N859JA and N906TM, the aircraft appears to be conducting aerial surveillance and intelligence, the Business Insider wrote.

Some of the aircraft includes eavesdropping systems, including thermal and video imagery.

FBI Agent Describes New Details of Women Held Captive in Cleveland Home

DEA Continues to Bust Pot Shops in States Where Medicinal Marijuana Is Legal

Steve Neavling 

The DEA continues to crack down on medical marijuana stores in states where voters legalized the use of medical pot.

The latest law enforcement effort is targeting medicinal pot shops cropping up in metropolitan Seattle, Q13 Fox reports.

The DEA sent letters to shops that are close to schools or playgrounds and appear to be sending out more letters, the Fox station reported.

Some neighbors are relieved. Anna Ioannides lives next to one shop. She voted against I-502.

“Just like having a gun shop in the neighborhood; it would make me uneasy as well,” Anna Loannides said. “Same idea.”

Others weren’t so concerned.

“Once they moved in, to be quite honest, I hadn’t even noticed they moved in,” Kelley Scholz told Fox. “It’s pretty quiet; you don’t even realize they’re there.”

FBI Agent Charged in Slaying of Estranged Wife in Virginia

 Steve Neavling

An FBI agent in Stafford County is accused in the fatal shooting of his estranged wife, the Associated Press reports.

Arthur “Art” Gonzales told dispatchers he was acting in self-defense when he shot and killed his 42-year-old wife, Julia Sema Gonzales.

The 43-year-old agent, who is being held in jail without bond, said his wife attacked him with a knife.

Gonzales was a supervisory special agent-instructor at the FBI’s National Academy at Quantico.