Top Crime Alerts for August 11, 2023

One Crime News Story in Charlotte, NC:

“Charlotte Robbery Suspect Apprehended After Failed Escape Attempt”

Charlotte, NC – Authorities have arrested a suspect in connection with a recent robbery that occurred in the city. The incident took place at a local convenience store where the suspect is alleged to have entered brandishing a weapon and demanding cash from the register.

According to witnesses, the suspect appeared to be in a hurry and grabbed an undisclosed amount of cash before attempting to flee the scene. However, quick-thinking store employees managed to activate the store’s security system, activating an alarm that caught the attention of nearby law enforcement.

Upon arrival, officers swiftly cornered the suspect a few blocks away from the crime scene. A brief foot pursuit ensued, but police were able to apprehend the suspect after he tripped and fell while trying to navigate through a crowded area.

Law enforcement officials praised the cooperation and quick response of the store employees, emphasizing the importance of taking immediate action during such incidents. They also stressed that the incident remains under investigation, and further details about the suspect’s identity and potential charges are expected to be released soon.

Local residents have expressed their relief following the swift arrest, hoping that this incident will serve as a deterrent for potential criminals in the area. Authorities continue to encourage citizens to remain vigilant and report any suspicious activities to help ensure the safety and security of the community.

August 11, 2023: Amana Packaged Terminal Air Conditioners/Heat Pumps (PTACs) equipped with “DigiAir” modules

This recall involves Amana-branded Packaged Terminal Air Conditioners and Heat Pumps (PTACs) assembled with “DigiAir” modules. DigiAir modules are factory-installed make-up air systems with configurable dehumidification. The recalled units are beige and have a model number that begins with PMH or PMC. Amana is printed on the unit’s control cover and the model number is on the label located below the control board.

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