A crimemapping.com crime map for Murfreesboro for the period between Jan. 1 and Jan 12, 2014.
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (WMOT) -- A Murfreesboro man had a gun pushed against his chest during a robbery, one of two armed robberies to take place in the city over the weekend.
Late Saturday night 22-year-old Ethan J. Bagwell tells police he was arriving at an apartment on S. Rutherford when he was assaulted. He says a black male wearing a gray sweatshirt and dark pants pulled out a gun, placed it against his chest, and demanded money.
Bagwell says the man, and his accomplice, took about $100 out of his wallet before fleeing on foot.
French security forces ended twin sieges involving the suspects in the Charlie Hebdo attack and another man who French officials say was linked to the attackers. Police raided both sites, killing all three of their targets and apparently rescuing all of the hostages.
At an industrial zone in Dammartin-en-Goele, northeast of Paris, Said and Cherif Kouachi appeared to be barricaded with a hostage. The two men killed 12 people on Wednesday at the offices of Charlie Hebdo, a satirical French weekly.
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The attack on the French satirical publication Charlie Hebdo has prompted a multitude of questions. Here’s a brief guide by the staff of PRI’s The World.
Question: What is Charlie Hebdo?
A: The satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo was founded in 1969 and published until 1981, when it folded. It was revived in 1992. Its name derived from the “Peanuts” cartoons featuring Charlie Brown, not that of then-French leader Charles de Gaulle, says journalist and former cartoonist Benjamen Walker, who’s currently in Paris.