Over the past months, the Pinedale burglary crew has stolen thousands of dollars in products from businesses across Fresno.
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A correction officer in Sierra County, California, got quite the surprise when she discovered who broke into her vehicle in a parking lot back in June.This footage, released on August 1 by the Sierra County Sheriff’s Office, shows the correction officer’s car parked outside the Sierra County Courthouse in Downieville on June 6.A bear approaches the car, opening one of the rear doors, and peers inside before leaving shortly afterwards.The next morning, the officer was puzzled to find the door ajar. When she went to check security footage, she discovered the furry culprit, who police said found “nothing of interest.”“Please don’t forget to lock your doors and secure or remove anything that may attract our bears,” the sheriff’s office said. Credit: Sierra County Sheriff’s Office via Storyful
- KFSN – Fresno
Police say the boy was sitting in the car with his mother and a man when a white sedan pulled up and fired multiple shots.
- KFSN – Fresno
Crisis negotiators spent hours working to stay in contact with the barricaded man.
- Associated Press
A South Carolina man whose head was stomped last week by a police officer said he is thankful for body camera footage and a second officer who immediately stepped up to say her colleague was not telling the truth. On July 26, Clarence Gailyard had been holding a stick wrapped in shiny tape, which he uses in case a dog tries to attack him when he is walking, when someone in Orangeburg called 911 and said he was carrying a gun. Orangeburg Public Safety Officer David Lance Dukes ordered Gailyard to the ground.
- Business Insider
A Florida woman exposed herself on a flight and had to be removed from the plane by officers, police say
The police said officers removed a woman from a plane at Rapid City Regional Airport in South Dakota after she exposed herself and kicked an officer.
In addition to the photo controversy, Colleyville Heritage HS Principal Dr. James Whitfield believes he has been the target of several racially charged attacks
- NBC News
The girl belonged to one of Hinduism’s most oppressed castes and was found dead near a Delhi crematorium Sunday night.
- NBC News
“I don’t know that as a woman alone in a park that I had another option," Amy Cooper said in a recent interview about the May 25, 2020, encounter with Christian Cooper.
Chris Chan, the online personality charged with incest after leaked audio alleged she raped her mother, was transferred to a Virginia jail
Christine Weston Chandler, known online as Chris Chan, has been transferred to the Central Virginia Regional Jail, Insider confirms.
- Kansas City Star
The mom’s body was wrapped in newspaper from 2020, officials said.
The Florida governor is taking on Ben & Jerry's while his state grapples with record COVD-19 cases.
- Miami Herald
Miami Beach officers acted like thugs. Looks like they learned nothing from George Floyd | Editorial
A gang of hoodlums surrounded a victim. Any rattled witness would have called the police. But the hoodlums were the police, if the video released Monday is any indication. It shows a tangle of Miami Beach officers beating a handcuffed suspect in a hotel lobby, kicking him and slamming his head onto the hard terrazzo floor, then tackling and punching a hotel guest who dared to videotape this violence, which was his right to do. Excessive use of force is an understatement.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
He had construction businesses in Colorado, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah and Wyoming, authorities say.
- The Guardian
Joshua Spriestersbach was released after being locked up for two years and eight months and forced to take psychiatric drugs Joshua Spriestersbach, who was wrongfully arrested for someone else’s crime and then committed to a state hospital, was released in January 2020. Photograph: AP A homeless man wrongly arrested for a crime committed by someone else and locked up in a mental health hospital for nearly three years was quietly released, recent court documents in Hawaii show. In a court petitio
- Insider Monkey
In this article, we will take a look at the 25 most dangerous prisons in the world. You can skip our detailed analysis of these prisons, and go directly to the 5 Most Dangerous Prisons in the World. Movies like The Shawshank Redemption, Escape Plan, and Escape from Alcatraz do not even come close to […]
- Associated Press
An Ohio man was arrested in Florida over the weekend after being accused of groping two female flight attendants and punching a male flight attendant during a flight from Philadelphia to Miami, officials said. Maxwell Berry, 22, of Norwalk, Ohio, was arrested Saturday at Miami International Airport and charged with three counts of misdemeanor battery, according to a Miami-Dade police report. Berry had two drinks while on the Frontier Airlines flight and ordered another drink, police said.
The officers were filmed repeatedly kicking Dalonta Crudup in his head and striking Khalid Vaughn as he filmed the incident, the state attorney said.
Nigerian students often dissect "unclaimed" bodies from mortuaries but some are victims of police violence.
- The Daily Beast
Criminal ComplaintA Virginia couple who stormed the Capitol with signs protesting safe and effective coronavirus vaccines, and proceeded to document the deranged act online, has been sentenced to home confinement.Jessica Bustle and her realtor husband, Joshua, pleaded guilty in June to a misdemeanor charge of parading, demonstrating, or picketing in a Capitol building after participating in the Jan. 6 riot alongside thousands of MAGA supporters. Prosecutors alleged that, during the riot, Jessica
- The Telegraph
A man who raped a 13-year-old girl has been convicted 46 years later, after the daughter conceived during his attack led efforts to bring him to justice.