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  • Two San Diego police officers shot and killed a 15-year-old boy Saturday who pointed a BB gun at one of them as he stood in the parking lot of a local high school, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported. >> Read more trending news  Police said the boy, whose name is being withheld because he was a juvenile, was a freshman at Torrey Pines High School, The Union-Tribune reported. According to a statement by the San Diego Police Department, the boy lived in the neighborhood. Police are still investigating what led to the shooting, but said the suspect called 911 to report himself to officers in the third-person for a “welfare check.” Police arrived to find the teenager standing in the parking lot of the high school, Acting Police Captain Mike Holden told KGTV. When two officers arrived at the scene, they saw the teen, the Union-Tribune reported. 'As the officers got out of their patrol cars to contact the male, the male pulled a handgun that was concealed in his waistband and pointed it at one of the officers,' according to the police statement. “Both officers drew their weapons while repeatedly giving the male commands to drop his handgun. The subject refused to comply. Fearing for their safety, both officers fired their weapons.” The boy was hit several times by gunfire. Officers performed first aid and summoned paramedics, but he was pronounced dead at a hospital. Both officers were wearing body cameras but it's unclear whether the footage would be released, KGTV reported. “Our hearts go out to the student, his family, and his friends,” Eric Dill, superintendent of the San Dieguito Union High School District, said in a message to students. “This is a difficult time for the family and we need to let them mourn.” San Diego Police said the two officers involved are a 28-year veteran and a four-year veteran of the department, CNN reported. 'Everyone's in shock and everyone's surprised,' Torrey Pines junior Hayder Alamar told KNSD. 'Right when I woke up I got a lot of text messages from my friends saying 'did you hear about the shooting at the school?' And at first I didn't believe it.
  • The New York Mets suspended right-hander Matt Harvey for three days without pay for an undisclosed violation of team rules, ESPN reported Sunday. >> Read more trending news  Mets general manager Sandy Alderson would not give details about Harvey's infraction, saying that he was sent home and that his suspension started Saturday. 'We'll keep it in-house, the way it's supposed to be,' manager Terry Collins said before Sunday’s game. Left-hander Adam Wilk was called up from Triple-A to replace Harvey as the Mets' starter Sunday against the Marlins, ESPN reported. Noah Syndergaard was placed on the 60-day disabled list to make room for Wilk on the 40-man roster, the New York Daily News reported.  Collins said the suspension was a tough decision. 'There's things with this job that certainly are internal that the public can't see, and how hard it is, and this one's a tough one,' Collins told the Daily News. 'So we hope to put it behind us and move forward. The Mets were involved in another controversy Saturday when a photo posted by the team on social media unwittingly showed a sex toy that was in Kevin Plawecki’s locker, the Daily News reported. An MLB source told ESPN on Sunday that Harvey's suspension had nothing to do with that incident. Plawecki has said he had no knowledge of the toy being in his locker. Harvey, 28, is 2-2 with a 5.14 ERA in six starts this year as he tries to rebound from the surgery for thoracic outlet syndrome that ended his 2016 season. The right-hander made 17 starts last season, going 4-10 with a 4.86 ERA. Harvey's best season was in 2015, when he went 13-8 with a 2.71 ERA and led the Mets to the World Series.
  • Trucks and buses are at the center of the latest government warning regarding possible terrorist attacks, and big cities are being told to stay on alert. >> Watch the news report here The Transportation Security Administration is warning truck and bus companies to be on the on the lookout for potential terrorists. It says terrorists may be looking to drive large vehicles into people and buildings. In a six-page document released to truck and bus companies, the TSA highlighted 17 incidents around the world that have killed more than 170 people since 2014. >> Read more trending news This comes after the recent attack in Stockholm, Sweden, where a truck was driven into pedestrians on a street before crashing into a department store. Four people were killed. More than 80 people were killed in Nice, France, last summer when a man drove a truck into a large crowd. This announcement also comes as the city of Boston and Red Sox officials made a decision to close down Lansdowne Street outside Fenway Park on game days to prevent potential terror attacks. During this year’s Boston Marathon, security officials took new steps to make sure runners and fans were safe. Dump trucks were parked alongside streets to protect the crowds and officers received additional training to detect if someone was up to something suspicious.
  • A man who robbed a Philadelphia doughnut shop was caught on camera limbering up in the parking lot before going into the store and robbing the employees at gunpoint, police said.  The unidentified man walked into Dunkin’ Donuts just before 7 a.m. April 22, jumped over the counter and pointed a gun at the workers, according the Philadelphia Police Department. The victims said he told them, ‘You have 20 seconds to give me the money from the registers.” The man fled with $334 in a blue shopping bag, police said.  >> Read more trending stories When police looked at surveillance footage from cameras in the parking lot, they found something unusual. The grainy images, obtained by WPXI in Pittsburgh, showed the man, wearing all black and hiding his face with a ski mask, stopping and bending over, then stretching his legs with some side lunges before entering the store.  After robbing the shop, he can be seen trotting away.  No shots were fired during the robbery, and the employees and customers inside the shop were not hurt. 
  • North Korea said Sunday it has detained an American citizen for suspicion of acts against the state. If the charges are confirmed, it would make him the fourth U.S. citizen to be held by the country as tensions increase between the two countries. >> Read more trending news  Kim Hak Song, who was detained on May 6, worked for the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology, the North Korea's KCNA news agency and the BBC reported. A third U.S. citizen, Kim Sang Dok, was detained in late April for hostile acts, according to KCNA. 'The relevant authority is currently carrying out a detailed investigation into the crime of Kim Hak-song,' KCNA said in a statement. Otto Warmbier, a University of Virginia student, was sentenced to 15 years of hard labor in 2016 for removing a political sign, CNN reported. Kim Dong Chul, the president of a company involved in international trade and hotel services, was arrested in 2015 and is serving 10 years on espionage charges, CNN reported.