The Daily Populous

Wednesday May 3rd, 2023 day edition

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The arrest of Francisco Oropesa, 38, in the city of Cut and Shoot, Texas, marked the end of a massive manhunt that was in its fourth day Tuesday.

“We just want to thank the person who had the courage and bravery to call in the suspect’s location,” Paul said.

Law enforcement officers search for the suspect a few miles from the scene where five people were shot and killed Friday in Cleveland, Texas.

Oropesa will be charged with five counts of murder and is being held on $5 million bond, San Jacinto County Sheriff Greg Capers said.

“So we went and told the man to please stop shooting or go continue shooting further away from the house.

Marshals Service, the Gulf Coast Violent Offenders Task Force, the Texas Department of Public Safety and the Texas Rangers.

Marshal Joe Ruiz de Chavez said the killings were "an atrocious crime that devastated this community and this country.". »

Montana Transgender Rep. Zooey Zephyr’s Girlfriend Foils SWATting Attempt

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A transgender journalist in a relationship with Montana’s sole elected trans legislator, Rep. Zooey Zephyr, thwarted a SWATting attempt at her Maryland residence Tuesday morning.

She says she approached her local police department to let them know that she is a reasonably prominent transgender journalist.

She told them she knew of other transgender people whose names appeared on such sites and ended up being SWATed. »

Ukrainian Defence Minister suggests that Russia is preparing new "goodwill gesture"

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Ukrainian Defence Minister Oleksii Reznikov believes that due to defeats on the battlefield, the Russian Federation may announce another "goodwill gesture" under the pretext of a man-made disaster on Russian territory.

Details: According to the minister, the Kremlin is already looking for possible scenarios that it can use to justify the Ukrainian army's next success to the general public [in Russia].

Reznikov suggested that the Kremlin is already looking for scenarios for how to "win this back", and there may be a "goodwill gesture" under the guise of some cataclysm. »

Searches for VPN Soar in Utah Amidst PornHub Blockage

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PornHub, perhaps the internet's largest porn site, has blocked Utahns from accessing content in response to the state's requirement that they verify user's identity.

The requirement is the strictest in the nation, in line with our findings that Utah is among the most culturally conservative states.

According to search data acquired from Google Trends, Utah's search interest in VPNs has exploded since the site was blocked. »