Couple returned home after walk, large seizure of guns and drugs, waves crash into building: This week’s top stories

It’s been a crime-filled week in Arizona and throughout the country. A man was holding a baby when another man pointed a gun at them and a couple were followed home after a walk when a suspect pointed a gun at them. This was captured on Ring doorbell video. We also have drugs, arms and money trafficking in the southwest.

1. Ring video shows suspect pointing gun at Colorado couple after following them home after walking: A Colorado couple’s Ring camera captured the chilling moments they were followed home and approached by a man at their front door, who pulled out a gun and pointed it at them before fleeing.

The suspect is pictured pointing a gun at the couple, along with a second individual, on July 15, 2022, in Wheat Ridge, Colorado. (Credit: Wheat Ridge Police Department via Storyful)

2. Firearms, drugs, money seized in Arizona traffic stop, house search; 2 people arrested on a slew of charges: drugs, money and firearms were seized following a July 13 roadside check and a house search, the ministry says Arizona Public Safety in a press release.

Carlos Ramirez-Gutierrez, 29, and Laura Yancel Robles, 28

3. 3 girls saved from abuse: No food, no water, no schooling; 2 arrested, police say: Mesa police arrested a couple after investigators discovered their children were living in a house full of trash and no running water. An anonymous tip led detectives to the house on July 20.

4. $1 Million Mega Millions Ticket Sold at Phoenix Gas Station: The Arizona Lottery says the ticket was sold at a Chevron gas station near 48th Street and Broadway Road in Phoenix.

5. Sesame Place faces backlash after woman posts video of 2 girls being ignored by theme park character: The video shows the two girls waving at Sesame Street character “Rosita” before being ignored . The mother alleges that the character ignored the girls, who are black, but then kissed other children who were waiting in the area.

6. Driver of stolen vehicle crashes into another car, killing 3 people in North Phoenix: Police say a driver of a stolen vehicle crashed into another car, killing three people and injuring six others in the early morning hours of July 22 in North Phoenix.

7. Possible cause of death revealed for 21 teenagers who died in a South African bar: The toxic chemical methanol has been identified as a possible cause of death for 21 teenagers in a bar in the South African town of East London.

A general view of empty coffins used at a symbolic mass memorial service in east London on July 6, 2022, after 21 people, mostly teenagers, died in unclear circumstances at a township tavern last month, in an incident that shocked South Africa. (Picture by

8. Estelle Expected to Become a Major Eastern Pacific Hurricane: The sixth named cyclone of the season in the Eastern Pacific is expected to continue to strengthen and send dangerous ocean swells toward much of Mexico and the Baja California Peninsula.

9. Watch: Colossal waves crash into a 2-story condo in Hawaii as the remnants of Hurricane Darby pass: A massive wave triggered by the remnants of the hurricane crashes – and on a building in two-story condominium in Hawaii as parts of the Big Island suffered heavy surf.

10. Charges dismissed against man accused of pointing gun at father carrying baby at Detroit gas station: At man’s preliminary investigation, man carrying baby failed to appear before the tribunal. Due to his lack of appearance, the charges against the man were dismissed.

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