Lakewood Police were called to Lakewood One Stop Gas Station on Madison Ave. around 4:30 a.m. for a smash and grab. Police say a mini van smashed through the front door of the store then people jumped out and grabbed the ATM that was inside the store. The suspects were able to get away and are still on the run. The crime was caught on surveillance video. Police are hoping someone will recognize the vehicle or suspects and turn them in. If you have any information give police a call.
LAS VEGAS (AP) - Former NBA and reality TV star Lamar Odom was hospitalized after he was found unconscious at a Nevada brothel, authorities said. The former Los Angeles Laker and member-by-marriage of the Kardashian family was in a Las Vegas hospital Tuesday night and there was no immediate word on his condition, officials said. The Nye County Sheriff's Department was called at about 3:15 p.m. Tuesday to Love Ranch in Crystal, Nevada, about 70 miles outside of Las Vegas for a report of an unresponsive man needing an ambulance, Sheriff Sharon A. Wehrly said in a statement. The 35-year-old was stabilized and taken to Desert View Hospital in nearby Pahrump, the statement said. Officials then tried to have him airlifted to Las Vegas, but the 6-foot-10-inch Odom was too tall for the helicopter that was available and he was driven by ambulance to Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center. Dennis Hof, who owns the Love Ranch and other legal brothels in Nevada, said his staff had picked up Odom from a home in Las Vegas on Saturday. "He just wanted to get away, have a good time and relax," Hof told The Associated Press in a phone interview. Hof said Odom was "happy, he was sleeping every night," while visiting, but two women went to check on Odom Tuesday afternoon after not hearing from him since early morning, and found him face down and unconscious. When they turned him on his side at the direction of a 911 operator, Odom started "throwing up all kinds of stuff."
Highs only climb into the mid to upper 50s today, under mostly cloudy skies. It'll be another breezy day too, especially along the lake shore. A little sunshine may break out late this afternoon. Tomorrow brings the best weather of the next five days, so I would encourage you to soak it up! Temperatures will top out in the mid to upper 60s, under partly to mostly sunny skies. Our next cold front moves in Thursday night, bringing showers and this season's biggest push of cold air yet. Rain will move in after sunset tomorrow and will linger into Friday morning. After the front moves through and colder air starts to filter in, a few lake effect rain showers will be possible during the second half of the day Friday. Temperatures tumble behind the front! We'll dip down into the 30s Friday night but breezy conditions should keep us from seeing a widespread frost. Highs on Saturday only rebound into the mid to upper 40s. (Brr!) A few lake effect rain showers are also possible on Saturday, mainly in the Snow Belt. We'll drop into 30s again Saturday night into Sunday morning. A more widespread frost is likely, so if you have agricultural interests, you'll want to protect those. Sunday also looks like another cool day with highs in the 40s and a few lake effect rain showers in the farthest reaches of the Snow Belt.