Day: October 9, 2021

Florida man facing attempted murder charges after I-4 shootings, woman mortally wounded

A shooting among rival gang members on motorcycles on Interstate 4 early Friday left multiple victims, according to Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd.

An initial report said Florida deputies were investigating two calls to 911 that involved one motorcycle crash but two incidents that sent two victims to the hospital with gunshot wounds.

At the press conference, Judd said it was quickly determined during the investigation the incident was less of a motorcycle crash and more about the shooting.

Judd said Ronald Donovan, a motorcycle gang member, was riding on the highway with a 33-year-old Brevard County woman when two members of another motorcycle club passed them on the road.

Judd said the men were riding at more than 100 mph on the highway before Donovan shot one of the victims in the back. He is the person who initially reported he was shot while riding his motorcycle, according to

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Your Motorcycle Could Damage Your Smartphone

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Apple has released a troubling warning for riders….

Recently, tech giant Apple issued a warning about exposing iPhones to high amplitude vibrations with specific frequency ranges. According to the company, the frequency of vibrations generated by certain motorcycles can damage some of the finer hardware in your smartphone and you might not even know it. Understandably, motorcycle owners are upset and confused at this revelation, so I want to dive in and examine what we know.

Watch an inexperienced rider try racing a Porsche with disastrous results here.

All vibrations have a frequency, just like soundwaves which are vibrations traveling through the air. What Apple says is the frequency generated by motorcycle engines, specifically those which produce lots of power and/or have high-volume engines (i.e., high displacement) are most likely to damage iPhone hardware.

According to Apple, two systems are vulnerable

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Motorcycle gang shootout on highway leaves woman near death

LAKELAND, Fla. (AP) — Two motorcycle gang members got into a shootout on a Florida interstate early Friday, leaving a woman riding with the instigator near death from a bullet to the head, authorities said.

Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said Ronald Donovan and other members of the Sin City Deciples motorcycle gang were driving eastbound on Interstate 4 between Tampa and Orlando shortly after midnight when members of the Thug Riders passed them.

Judd said that offended Donovan, 38, who opened fire on the Thug Riders, hitting one in the back and causing a running gun battle at speeds of 100 mph (160 kph). The wounded rider, whose name was not released, returned fire, hitting Donovan’s passenger in the head, Judd said. He said the woman, 33, is not expected to survive.

The Thug Rider and witnesses called 911. Judd said that when deputies arrived, they saw a motorcycle

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