At least three suspects reportedly entered the residence and stole an unknown amount of property, according to LAPD.
- The Hill
Police are warning the public as a spike in violent "bank jugging" robberies is on the rise across Southern California, especially during the holidays.
- The Daily Beast
Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty ImagesPolice and medical personnel were called to the Texas home of Sen. Ted Cruz Tuesday night after reports of a 14-year-old girl at the property suffering from self-inflicted stab wounds to her arms.The teen was taken to the hospital shortly after. It’s unclear who the girl was—though Cruz does have two daughters: Catherine, 11, and Caroline, 14.In a response to The Daily Beast, a representative for his office said: “This is a family matter, and thankf
- Lexington Herald-Leader
The woman repeatedly told him “no,” but “he would just continue,” police said.
- Fox News
Tennessee police officers intervened in a robbery attempt at a mall Saturday evening, possibly preventing a crime spree from spreading to other areas.
- Good Morning America
Moscow, Idaho, police are looking for more information on the movements of University of Idaho students Xana Kernodle and Ethan Chapin, who were at the Sigma Chi fraternity house in the hours before they were killed along with two other Idaho students last month. Police said the couple, both 20 years old, was believed to be at Chapin's frat house from 9 p.m. on Nov. 12 to 1:45 a.m. on Nov. 13. Chapin and Kernodle's timeline "seems to be one of the larger areas that we don't have a lot of information in," Idaho State Police spokesman Aaron Snell told ABC News.
- Detroit Free Press
Judge Regina Thomas revoked his bond in case involving an incident in 2020.
- Lexington Herald-Leader
Kamaria Johnson had went missing in May 2021.
- Biloxi Sun Herald
The beloved husband and grandfather was visiting from Missouri with his wife, officials said.
- Tallahassee Democrat
Reality television couple, Todd and Julie Chrisley, were recommended to serve their sentences for fraud and tax evasion in Florida prisons.
- Fox News
Idaho police on Monday shared several updates in their investigation into the murders of four University of Idaho students on Nov. 13, though there are still no suspects.
- Kansas City Star
The woman’s daughter previously shared that her mother could potentially be found at a crime scene made to look like a vehicle accident.
- FTW Outdoors
Two men caught hunting on private land without the landowner’s consent were arrested, and one of the perpetrators faces eight charges.
- Fox News
University of Idaho's Sigma Chi president spoke out for the first time about the murder of member Ethan Chapin and his girlfriend, who were last seen at the fraternity house.
- Sacramento Bee
“She was only trying to do the right thing and stop a special needs person from being bullied,” her sister said.
Detailing eerily familiar alleged modus operandi on the part of the man once known as “America’s Dad,” two former The Cosby Show actresses and three other women on Tuesday sued Bill Cosby and NBCUniversal for sexual assault and battery in New York state court. “Plaintiffs were all sexually battered, assaulted, and abused by Bill Cosby […]
- WSB Cox articles
9-month-old Kobe Conley Shaw had a rare genetic disorder and overdosed in 2016.
- Idaho Statesman
Moscow police addressed questions and speculation made by the public and family members of the four stabbing victims.
Twitter users, meanwhile, cracked ketchup jokes about the conviction of the former president's company for tax fraud.
A school administrator in Georgia is accused of supplying alcohol to minors at a Halloween party and raping at least one underage student. Dr. Rachelle Louise Terry, 43, was arrested and charged with child molestation and statutory rape after allegedly “having sex with a student,” the Georgia Bureau of Investigation announced on Thursday. State agents say Terry was also charged with 10 counts of furnishing alcohol to a group of underage kids following a state-level investigation that began on No
- Associated Press
Anderson Lee Aldrich loaded bullets into a Glock pistol and chugged vodka, ominously warning frightened grandparents not to stand in the way of an elaborate plan to stockpile guns, ammo, body armor and a homemade bomb to become “the next mass killer.” “You guys die today and I’m taking you with me,” they quoted Aldrich as saying. It culminated in a standoff that the then-21-year-old livestreamed on Facebook, showing Aldrich in tactical gear inside the mother’s home and threatening officers outside — “If they breach, I’m a f----ing blow it to holy hell!” — before finally surrendering.