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U.S. appetite for drugs begets violence migrants are fleeing
Topic - David Plunkett
Authorities say they had no choice but to kill one rampaging chimpanzee and tranquilize another after the primates escaped a Las Vegas-area backyard and tore through a neighborhood, pounding on cars and jumping into at least one vehicle.
New York's top court said Thursday that the saliva of an HIV-infected man who bit a police officer doesn't constitute a deadly weapon or dangerous instrument under state law.
Plunkett said he heard three shots.
Plunkett, 36, said he was alerted to the commotion by the sound of a helicopter.