- MONDAY UPDATE Police have identified the victims in the Thanksgiving Day shootings in Roanoke. Nineteen-year-old Roanoke resident Morgan Nino Stamper-Dizon was pronounced dead at the hospital on Thursday. He was shot on Liberty Road.
A 20-year-old man, Roanoke resident Evgeniy Aleksander Prokopchak, was also shot later that day on Eastern Ave. He was taken to Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital for treatment. Police are investigating the two shootings as potentially related. ORIGINAL STORY One person is dead after two shootings in Roanoke on Thanksgiving that police say could be related. At 11:48 a.m., officers were called to a shooting in the 1600 block of Eastern Avenue Northeast location. They found a man who had been shot, but the suspect or suspects had left the scene. The victim was taken to Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital for treatment. While at the scene, officers developed information that the incident was possibly a home invasion and the victim might have shot one of the suspect(s).
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Credit: Roanoke Police Department About 15 minutes later, officers responded to the corner of Kennedy Street and Liberty Road Northeast where another man had been shot. Witnesses told officers two other individuals who were with the man ran away before officers got there. The gunshot victim was taken to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
Detectives are investigating to see if both incidents were related or the result of two separate sets of circumstances. No arrests have been made in either incident Copyright 2017 by WSLS 10 - All rights reserved.
Vatan hakida shejrlar. Contents • • • • • • • History [ ] On 27th of February 1966, a second television channel was created by the, the Armed Forces Television, which in 1970 became a fully-fledged second broadcaster as the (YENED). It contained news, sports, fashion, music, drama series and more rarely documentaries, films and children programming. On 3 November 1982, YENED passed under civilian control and was renamed as ERT2.
Public broadcasters were the only broadcasters in Greece. ERT2 followed the same programming. In 1987, ERT and ERT2 became one company, and the channels rebranded ET1 and ET2. In 1997, ET-2 was restructured as a news and information channel, airing documentaries and sports.
It was therefore renamed as NET (Nea Elliniki Tileorasi/New Hellenic Television). On June 11, 2013, NET was taken off air after the Greek government announced its decision to close ERT. Amid protests, NET continued to be broadcast via the Internet with the help of the until November 7, 2013 when police forces invaded the ERT building and took the programme off. By ERT relaunch on June 11, 2015 the station returned as ERT2, technically replacing NERIT Plus on its space. Programming [ ]. Main article: ERT2's shows included: • Athens Tower – The show, suggests our most important, the most interesting and different things that will happen or are happening in Athens and are output for entertainment and fun. Actions, events, entertainment, gastronomy, exhibitions, odd and the city's singularities, places and people that shape new trends and anything is created, moves and plays in Athens.