Three package bombings in Texas are linked, police say two people killed

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Austin Package Explosions That Have Killed 2 People Are Linked, Police Believe

- npr.org
13 Mar 2018
Austin Package Explosions That Have Killed 2 People Are Linked, Police Believe : The Two-Way Three package bombs have killed two people in the Texas city in less than two weeks, including one victim Monday. Police say evidence indicates the three blasts are "related based on similarities."

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13 Mar 2018
An FBI agent exits her car after arriving at the scene of an explosion near north Galindo street. Police investigators are at the home where a 17-year-old boy was killed and a woman injured in a package bomb explosion in Austin, Texas, U.S., March 12, 2018. REUTERS
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Delivery Package Explosions in Austin

- breitbart.com
13 Mar 2018
Police received notice of Monday's first explosion at about 6:45 a.m. at a home on the city's east side. A resident found a package on his front steps and brought it into the house. The package exploded when someone opened it, Fox7 Austin reported . The explosion killed a 17-year-old boy and sent a woman in the home to the hospital with potentially life-threatening injuries.

Three package bombings in Texas are linked, police say two people killed

13 Mar 2018
As hundreds of thousands of visitors are swarming Austin for the annual South by Southwest festival, which began Friday and runs through March 17, police said they had linked the three package bombings -- raising fears that someone is trying to terrorize the Texas capital during the city's biggest event of the year.
- latimes.com

Officials telling Austin residents 'DO NOT' open unknown packages after 3 explosions

- 12newsnow.com
13 Mar 2018
This is the second reported explosion in Austin Monday, March 12. The first happened in Central East Austin at a home where a suspicious package was left on the doorstep of a single-family residence . A 17-year-old boy was killed, and a woman in her 40s was injured.

Texas bombs likely connected no obvious links among sites

13 Mar 2018
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) -- Three package bombs left on doorsteps in suburban neighborhoods have exploded in less than two weeks in Texas' capital city, killing two people, wounding two others and leaving investigators vowing to look at any possible explanation for a motive.
- wpsdlocal6.com

Police search for motive, say bombs showed 'a certain level of skill and sophistication

- washingtonpost.com
13 Mar 2018
Police have told the community to use caution, telling residents to call 911 if they see a potentially suspicious or unexpected package. People across across Austin have heeded that warning, calling authorities about 150 times between Monday morning and Tuesday morning. Nothing dangerous was found after any of those calls, according to Manley.

Police in Texas say 3 package bombs likely related

13 Mar 2018
The three explosions occurred in different parts of Austin. Monday's first explosion happened at a home near the city's Windsor Park neighbourhood and about 20 kilometres from the home where the March 2 package bomb killed 39-year-old Anthony Stephan House. His death was initially investigated as suspicious but is now viewed as a homicide.
- cbc.ca

In Elgin identified

- abc7chicago.com
13 Mar 2018
A short time later, police said Clements' car was spotted on westbound I-90 near Route 25. The car was stopped and damaged. Police approached Clements and officers said they noticed she had a knife. Police said they backed away and negotiated with her for over an hour.

Austin package explosions that killed 2 people appears connected, police

13 Mar 2018
o The bombs killed a 39-year-old African-American man on March 2, killed a 17-year-old African-American male early Monday morning, and severely injured a 75-year-old Hispanic woman midday Monday. A woman hurt in the Monday morning explosion had non-life threatening injuries, police said.
- ajbpost.com

Series of bombs left in packages puts Austin residents on edge

- cbsnews.com
13 Mar 2018
The Texas governor's office is offering a reward of up to $15,000 for information leading to the arrest of those involved in the deadly package blasts. In a statement, Gov. Greg Abbott said he's been briefed by the Texas Department of Public Safety on the situation. He also says he's offered the Austin Police Department whatever assistance it needs in its investigation.

Police in Austin Aren't Ruling Out Hate Crimes in Recent Package Bombings That Killed

13 Mar 2018
Of course, people in the city are on edge. The first package bomb went off on March 2, killing Anthony Stephan House, the stepson of prominent Black pastor Freddie Dixon , who previously headed one of the city's historic Black churches. On Monday, a 17-year-old boy was killed, and his mother was seriously injured in a separate blast. Pastor Dixon told The Washington Post ...
- brit.co

Austin package explosions put residents on edge

- noticias24mx.com
13 Mar 2018
Local police as well as the FBI and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are working on the case. And Gov. Greg Abbott announced a $15,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the person or persons involved in the package blasts.

Austin, Texas, on alert after series of deadly package bombs

13 Mar 2018
The first explosion on Monday happened about 12 miles (20 kilometers) from the home where a March 2 package bombing killed 39-year-old Anthony Stephan House. The March 2 blast was initially investigated as a suspicious death, but is now viewed as a homicide.
- bostonglobe.com

Texas bombs likely connected no obvious links among sites

- ctvnews.ca
13 Mar 2018
Both of those explosions are thought to be linked to another early morning blast, this one on March 2, which killed a black man. Monday's victims were not immediately identified but police said previously that the March 2 victim was 39-year-old Anthony Stephan House.

Deadly bombings in Austin, Texas 'coordinated' say police

13 Mar 2018
A second explosion, about 4 miles (6 km) away in southeastern Austin, injured a 75-year-old woman in the predominantly working-class Hispanic community of Montopolis, police said. A neighbor, Brandon Rendon, told Reuters the victim was in a wheelchair watering her grass before the blast occurred.
- haaretz.com

Man Wanted in Fatal Police Shooting Arrested

- newsdeskpress.com
13 Mar 2018
One police officer in Pomona, Calif., became as soon as shot and killed on Friday night and one other became as soon as severely injured by a gunman who barricaded himself inner an home for 15 hours sooner than being taken into custody on Saturday, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Division acknowledged.

Police see similarities in deadly incidents

13 Mar 2018
Manley said the U.S. Postal Service confirmed that its carriers had not delivered the package in Monday's explosion. And while police are checking with other delivery services, including Amazon, UPS and FedEx, Manley said it appeared the packages were not delivered through traditional services.
- 11alive.com

Austin package bombs draw parallels to the 'Unabomber

- kxan.com
13 Mar 2018
From the mid-70s to the '90s, Ted Kaczynski sent more than a dozen bombs, killing 3 and injuring more than 20. West says package bombs usually target individual people and are built to kill or maim, not to bring down a structure. He says whoever is making the Austin bombs aren't amateurs.
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