SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 2017


NASHUA, N.H. — Police have charged two members of the Daniel Webster men’s basketball team after a fight during a game that required 25 officers to restore order.

Nashua authorities say guard Marquise Caudill assaulted a player from the opposing team Saturday and threatened an officer working a security detail who tried to stop him. They also said teammate Antwaun Boyd appeared to be inciting an already hostile crowd that had surrounded the officer.

Southern Vermont College was playing Daniel Webster, which forfeited the game. The official score was 2-0.

Caudill, 22, of Windsor, Connecticut, is being held on $50,000 cash bail on assault, criminal threatening and disorderly conduct charges. Boyd, 23, from Stamford, Connecticut, was charged with disorderly conduct, a misdemeanor, and released after bail was posted. It wasn’t immediately known if either is represented by a lawyer.

One other person, 43-year-old Elizabeth Morris of Malden, Massachusetts, also was charged in connection with the disturbance. She was released after bail was posted.


A fight between two taxi drivers led to a shooting outside a SEPTA station in Philadelphia Saturday afternoon, police said.
The two drivers began arguing over a fare outside the Frankford Transportation Center on Frankford Avenue and Pratt Street around 2 p.m., according to investigators. One driver pulled out a knife while the other pulled out a gun, police said. The driver armed with a gun then opened fire, shooting the other driver once in the stomach, once in the left side of the head and once in the right side of the neck. The victim, a 52-year-old man, was taken to the hospital. Officials have not yet revealed his condition.

Police say the driver armed with a gun has a permit to carry. He was still arrested however and taken into custody. Investigators have not yet revealed his identity.
Officials say SEPTA service was not interrupted by the shooting.


Four teenagers are recovering after they were shot by a gunman in West Philadelphia Saturday night.
The teens had left a house party and were walking on Conestoga and Market streets around 9 p.m. when an unidentified gunman opened fire and then fled the scene.

All four teens were struck in the shooting. Three of the teens are in stable condition while a fourth teen underwent surgery but is expected to be okay.
No arrests have been made and police have not yet released a description of a suspect.


SOUTHWEST PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — A woman was murdered inside a Southwest Philadelphia apartment on Wednesday.

On Friday, authorities arrested the man they believe is responsible.

Twenty-year-old Nazeer Robinson has been charged with the murder of 20-year-old Nadirrah Taylor.

Taylor was found with two gunshot wounds inside Robinson’s home along the 5700 block of Wheeler Street.

She was treated for her wounds, but did not survive.

Robinson is charged with murder.

Detectives say this all started with an argument.


COLLINGDALE, Pa. (WPVI) — A woman has been arrested after police say she stabbed an 8-year-old girl in the head in Collingdale, Delaware County.

Twenty-one-year-old Majeah Bashir is facing multiple charges, including criminal attempt homicide, simple assault, aggravated assault and reckless endangerment of another person.

Bashir had nothing to say Friday night, and all of sudden felt the need to cover her face after what police say she did.

“Sick! I don’t care what you’re arguing about, what you’re fighting about. You got a baby in between you or a baby in the mix and you’re gonna pull a butcher knife out,” said Collingdale Police Chief Robert Adams.

It all began just before 4 p.m. Friday in the 500 block of MacDade Boulevard. An eerie, purplish light glowed from the second floor where the horrific chaos broke out. An argument between neighbors. Police say apparently the suspect was not happy with how her neighbor’s daughter – the 8-year-old victim – was babysitting her toddler.

“There was some kind of confrontation over, I guess, her babysitting skills or whatever, and then an argument ensued,” said Adams.
Matthew Geepue, a neighbor who lives downstairs, says he was sleep and woke to a nightmare.

“I just heard a cry, ‘Oh! She stabbed the girl, she stabbed the girl with a knife!’ ” said Geepue.

Police arrived on the scene to find a man holding the girl outside with a towel wrapped around her head.

“She had about a 4-inch gash in this area of the head. It’s quite deep and quite wide,” said Adams.

Officers rushed the child to Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital. She was ultimately transported to Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

Neighbors who did not want to speak on camera say police were called to the suspect’s apartment so many times in the past, they practically lived there. And recently they say she was chasing her boyfriend down the street with a hammer in the middle of a snowstorm.

Police had to pull neighbors and the victim’s family away, who were trying to get their hands on the suspect. The chief says he just wants justice.

“She deserves everything she gets,” said Adams.

a New England Patriots fan celebrated his team’s recent Super Bowl win with a tattoo of Tom Brady…on his butt.

The tattooing of Brady’s face of the fan’s bottom occurred on the same day as the Patriots’ parade through Boston. The location was Boston Barber & Tattoo Co., which reportedly has had a lot of fans come through to get celebratory tattoos. But this one tattoo was different.

“He had decided the night before that he was getting this done,” Emily Arsenault, who works at the shop, told Boston.com. “It wasn’t just spur of the moment. We had quite a few obnoxious people coming in, intoxicated from the parade. But he was actually probably the most calm one out of all of them.”
So maybe this wasn’t spur of the moment as Arsenault claims. This fan really wanted to have Brady on his backside for eternity.

“He just came in and said, ‘I’m seeing if I could get a tattoo. I wanted to get a portrait of Tom Brady on my left butt-cheek,’” Arsenault said. “And we were just like, ‘OK, let’s do it.’”
Well then. That right there is dedication.

“I think he was up there for two to three hours getting it done,” Arsenault said.
The thing is, by getting it on his butt, the fan won’t be able to show it off unless mid-conversation he’s willing to drop his pants and moon those around him.

“We got a few pictures,” Arsenault said. “He was proud of it and showed it off. He wasn’t scared. He was like, ‘Oh, you want to take a picture of my butt? Go for it!’”

“There was a lot going on, people coming in and out trying to get Patriots tattoos,” Arsenault said. “He was kind of more of a priority because he was getting a cool tattoo.”
A tattoo of a city’s beloved quarterback on someone’s butt is now considered cool. You know that Billy Madison line about peeing in your pants? Well, if getting a tattoo of Tom Brady on your butt is cool, then this guy is Miles Davis.

“This one, by far, stands out the most in any category,” she said. “Any butt tattoo is going to stand out, but the fact that he got Tom Brady just makes it awesome.