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  • The man accused of shooting three people during a wedding at a Pelham, New Hampshire church has reportedly assaulted his own attorney at the Valley Street jail. >> Read more trending news  According to the New Hampshire Attorney General, police were called to the Valley Street jail on Monday after 37-year-old Dale Holloway reportedly assaulted someone. Sources tell Boston 25 News that individual was Holloway's attorney.  Holloway is charged with first-degree assault and attempted murder after the Oct. 12 shooting at New England Pentecostal Ministries in Pelham. Holloway allegedly walked into the church and fired shots, injuring the bride, groom and church bishop.  Holloway was detained by guests at the wedding before his arrest.  'From my understanding they basically gang tackled him,' said Pelham Police Chief Joseph Roark. 'There was a struggle [that] ensued, minor injuries occurred to the other guests who were in the struggle with the shooter.'  There were multiple events scheduled for that morning, including a noon funeral service for pastor Luis Garcia, 60, who was killed earlier this month in Londonderry. The accused suspect in Garcia's death is Brandon Castiglione, 24, who is the son of the groom-to-be, Mark Castiglione.  Holloway is Garcia's stepson, according to an online obituary for Garcia. Holloway was held without bail after pleading not guilty. An evidentiary bail hearing was scheduled for Holloway on Tuesday, but it has been canceled and 'a new hearing will be rescheduled upon request of defendant's newly appointed counsel.
  • In a move celebrated by animal activists, the iconic department store Macy's will no longer be selling fur by the end of the 2020 fiscal year. By that deadline, products with fur will not be sold in Macy's, Bloomingdale stores, or any of the company's discount stores like Macy's Backstage and Bloomingdale's The Outlet, the company said in a press release.  The company will also close Macy's Fur Vaults and Bloomingdale's Maximilian fur salons, The New York Times reported. But there will be some exceptions. Ethically sourced sheep fur and cattle fur will still be sold, CBS News reported. Macy's isn't the first big-name retailer to move away from fur products. Michael Kors and Gucci have stopped selling the controversial items, according to The New York Times. California has banned the sale of fur in the state with the law taking effect in 2023. Hawaii and New York are also considering similar measures, CBS News reported. >> Read more trending news  The Humane Society of the United States has pushed Macy's for more than a decade to stop selling fur. The animal rights organization made the announcement with Macy's Monday, ABC News reported. The Humane Society says more than 100 million animals are killed each year by the fur industry, the Humane Society said, according to CBS News.
  • Funeral arrangements are set for Rep. Elijah Cummings, who died Thursday morning from complications from longstanding health issues. >> Read more trending news  Cummings’ body will lie in state Thursday at the National Statuary Hall at the U.S. Capitol with a formal ceremony for members of Congress, Cummings family and invited guests, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Friday. A public viewing will be after the memorial service. “In the House, Elijah was our North Star. He was a leader of towering character and integrity, whose stirring voice and steadfast values pushed the Congress and country to rise always to a higher purpose,” Pelosi said in a statement. “His principled leadership as chair of the committee on Oversight and Reform was the perfect testament to his commitment to restoring honesty and honor to government, and leaves a powerful legacy for years to come.” Funeral services are scheduled for Oct. 25 at New Psalmist Baptist Church in Baltimore, where Cummings’ worshiped for 40 years, The Baltimore Sun reported. A viewing is at 8 a.m. followed by the service at 10 a.m. Cummings will lie in repose Wednesday at Morgan State University, the Sun reported. The public viewing is from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. with a tribute service from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at the historically black university, The Washington Post reported. It was at Cummings request to hold a viewing at the school, which gave him an honorary degree in 2006. He also served on the school's board of regents.
  • A freshman offensive lineman at Georgia Southern University has died, the university confirmed Monday night. Jordan Wiggins, 18, played at Godby High School in Tallahassee, Florida, before he enrolled at Georgia Southern to major in electrical engineering, according to the university’s football roster. No information on his cause of death was released. “The Georgia Southern Athletics Department has received a report of the death of student-athlete Jordan Wiggins,” the university said in a tweet. “Our thoughts are with the student’s family, friends and classmates. We will provide further information when it becomes available.” In high school, Wiggins was named to the All-Big Bend first team by the Tallahassee Democrat. He was selected youth of the year by the Capital Outlook, a weekly newspaper based in Tallahassee. Wiggins' mother Althea Jones died in 2017, and he spent his senior year of high school living with the mother of his football coach, Brandon McCray, the Democrat reported.  'That was like my adopted son,' McCray told the newspaper. 'I coached with him for two years and against all his brothers for years. I'm still in shock. I don't know what to think.”  We are working to learn more.  — Please return to AJC.com for updates. In other news: 
  • An Arizona man pleaded not guilty to drug charges Monday in connection with the death of rapper Mac Miller. >> Read more trending news  According to KNBC-TV, Ryan Michael Reavis, 36, was charged earlier this month with distribution of fentanyl resulting in death and conspiracy to distribute controlled substances resulting in death, the U.S. Attorney's Office in California's Central District said. The Lake Havasu resident also faces a charge of illegally possessing a firearm as a felon, KNBC reported. The news came less than two weeks after 28-year-old Cameron James Pettit, of West Hollywood, entered a not guilty plea to the same drug-related charges, KNBC reported. Also facing charges is Westwood resident Stephen Andrew Walter, 46, whose arraignment is set for Oct. 31. Authorities believe the suspects distributed counterfeit, fentanyl-laced oxycodone to Miller, whose real name was Malcolm James McCormick, shortly before he died Sept. 7, 2018, the station reported. Officials said the 26-year-old, who had fentanyl, cocaine and alcohol in his system, died from an accidental overdose, according to The Associated Press. Read more here or here.
  • DeKalb County police have arrested a second suspect in a deadly shooting last month outside the Mall at Stonecrest. The Sept. 29 slaying of Kevin Downer happened in a parking lot after the eastern DeKalb mall was closed. Three men were identified as suspects in his death, Jermell Campell, Taron Williams and Trayvon Williams. Campbell, 26, turned himself in to authorities Monday night, according to DeKalb County police. Taron Williams surrendered earlier this month, and Trayvon Williams remains at large. RELATED: Suspect arrested in deadly shooting outside DeKalb mall; 2 sought Downer was found lying in the parking lot just before midnight. Witnesses reported to police that the gunfire erupted between the Stonecrest 16 movie theater and the Round One Arcade after a group of people were seen arguing.  RELATED: Man dead, gunman sought after shooting outside DeKalb mall Downer later died at a hospital.  Immediately following the shooting, police interviewed two persons of interest. It is unknown if those interviews led to the identification of the three suspects. They were all three identified by police Oct. 9. — Please return to AJC.com for updates.