51-year-old man charged in deadly machete attack in Pontiac, deputies say
PONTIAC, Mich. – A 51-year-old Independence Township man accused of killing a man and injuring another with a machete and steak knife has been charged with first-degree murder, according to the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office. The sheriff’s office said Todd Szyszkowski is also charged with assault with intent to murder and armed robbery. A 59-year-old Pontiac man, who authorities said was injured in the attack, fled the scene to a nearby gas station to report the incident. Deputies said the 59-year-old man had severe lacerations to his head but is in stable condition. AdOfficials said a machete and broken steak knife were found, believing to be the weapons used in the attack.
New footage shows Michigan man pull knife on deputy after stabbing customer, fleeing scene in Delta Township
DELTA TOWNSHIP, Mich. Michigan State Police (MSP) have released footage of an altercation between a deputy and a 43-year-old man who was identified and pulled over after allegedly stabbing someone in Dimondale on Tuesday. Ruis vehicle was identified by the deputy at 7:13 a.m. on Jerryson Drive in Delta Township, officials said. Police say Ruis was fleeing the scene of a stabbing that happened about a half hour prior at a Quality Dairy store in Dimondale. Officials say Ruis was also denied service by store employees for failing to comply with the states new mask requirements. Police say Ruis stabbed the Lansing man and the fled the store.
Knife bypasses security at JFK airport
Knife bypasses security at JFK airport A Delta flight from New York to Amsterdam was ordered back to its gate just before takeoff after the crew noticed a passenger with a knife on board. The TSA is not saying how the knife got through security. Charlie Rose reports.cbsnews.com