A Raider who allegedly taunted a Bandit faces a possible felony charge in Pittsburgh. The Allegheny County sheriff’s office investigates Oakland Raiders linebacker Ray-Ray Armstrong for allegedly beating his chest, jumping up and down, and barking at a police dog patrolling Heinz Field for bombs, of the explosive rather than football variety, on Sunday. Taunting a police dog is a third-degree felony in Pennsylvania. “The … Continue reading Raiders Linebacker Faces Possible Felony Charges For Allegedly Taunting A Police Dog
The Dallas Morning News
September 16, 2015
Update at 11:20 a.m. Wednesday: At a press conference this morning, Irving Police Chief Larry Boyd said Ahmed Mohamed was arrested for bringing “a hoax bomb” to school — and not a clock, as Mohamed said he repeatedly told his teachers.
But, Boyd said, “we are confident it’s not an explosive device” intended to cause “alarm.” Rather, he said, officers determined it was “a hoax bomb” and a “naive accident.”
As a result, he said, no charges will be filed against Ahmed, and “the case is considered closed.” He also said “the reaction would have been the sameregardless” of the student’s skin color. Continue reading “Family adjusting to Ahmed Mohamed’s sudden fame as police announce no charges for clock deemed ‘hoax bomb’”