A Man Arrested For Firing Air Gun In Road Rage

A man arrested for firing air gun in road rage

Police in Japan have arrested a 40-year-old man suspected of firing an air gun in an apparent road rage incident earlier this month.

Tatsuhiko Sato was arrested on Saturday morning in the city of Amagasaki, Hyogo Prefecture, western Japan, on suspicion of damaging property. He turned himself in to police.

Stabbed Officer Unconscious, Loaded Gun Stolen

Stabbed officer unconscious, loaded gun stolen

The police officer who was stabbed in Osaka Prefecture early Sunday morning remains unconscious.

Police say the officer's loaded gun was stolen. They are searching for the attacker and are calling on people to stay inside and lock their doors.

Osaka Police Officer Stabbed, Gun Stolen

Osaka police officer stabbed, gun stolen

A police officer in Osaka Prefecture was found stabbed in front of a police box in the city of Suita early Sunday morning. Police say the officer's gun, loaded with several bullets, was stolen. Police are searching for the attacker and are calling on people in the area to stay indoors and lock up the house.

The 26-year-old officer is in serious condition in hospital.

Police Attacker Planned To Steal Gun

Police attacker planned to steal gun

Police say the suspect who attacked and wounded a police officer at an outpost in Toyama City, central Japan, was planning to steal a gun from the officer.

The assailant has been identified as 22-year-old Masaki Maeda, a student at the University of Toyama.

Police Suspect Toyama Attacker Aimed To Steal Gun

Police suspect Toyama attacker aimed to steal gun

Police say the man being held in the killings of 2 people in Toyama Prefecture, central Japan, had knives in his hands when he walked into a police box. They suspect he intended to steal a gun from a police officer.

Keita Shimazu was arrested in Toyama City on Tuesday. The 21-year-old part-time worker is a former member of the Self-Defense Forces.

Young Gun Grid For Toyota 86 Racing Series

Young Gun Grid for Toyota 86 Racing SeriesA grid of 38 cars dominated by drivers under the age of 21 will await lights out at the Toyota 86 Racing Series' 2017 debut at the Phillip Island SuperSprint later this month.
The larger 2017 grid sees the majority of competitors return from the 2016 season while 14 new faces, including two drivers from New Zealand's Toyota 86 Championship, have been welcomed to the fold. Invited professional drivers will participate in each round to compete against and mentor competitors.

Smoking Gun: Conclusive Evidence Tv Series

Smoking Gun: Conclusive Evidence TV SeriesSet within a private investigation lab.
Researchers at the investigation lab solve cases using the latest scientific techniques including DNA testing, image analysis, handwriting analysis and fingerprint contrast. The cases themselves are not major cases, but they are important to those directly involved.

Olympus Launches 50x Superzoom With Unique 'eagle-eye' Gun Sight Stylus Sp-100

Olympus launches 50x superzoom with unique 'Eagle-Eye' gun sight STYLUS SP-100Olympus introduces a breakthrough in its Ultra Zoom camera line-up with the new STYLUS® SP-100, the world’s first-ever camera with a built-in dot-sight*, enabling you to easily track moving subjects, like a soccer game or a flying bird. This technology will allow you to record smoother videos and will help you to not lose sight of your subject. Once the subject is still, then you can frame and shoot. The dot-sight combines with the SP-100’s newly developed 24-1200mm** 50x optical Ultra Zoom lens, or 2400mm 100x Super Resolution zoom, for capturing detailed shots of moving, distant subjects.