Greenville police say the juveniles are responsible for the Oct. 30 shooting that killed a 22-year-old man and hospitalized another victim.
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Police arrested an ex-con killer this week just over a mile from the house where four University of Idaho college students were killed in their sleep last month.
- BuzzFeed News
Prosecutors said the victim, who was renting a nearby Airbnb, was crossing a street when he saw the suspect exit a home and "quickly approach him" while holding a handgun.View Entire Post ›
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FedEx driver allegedly told investigators Texas girl was still alive after he struck her with vehicle
A FedEx driver panicked after striking a 7-year-old girl in Texas with his work van and threw her in the truck, where he killed her, authorities said.
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Georgia couple tricks Walmart cashier, easily walks out of store with thousands in merchandise: police
A sheriff's office in Georgia is looking for a man and woman who allegedly tricked a Walmart cashier and walked out of the store with more than $6,000 in merchandise, gift cards.
- National Review
Sam Brinton, a non-binary nuclear waste official in the Biden administration, is once again facing charges for attempting to steal luggage from an airport.
- Kansas City Star
The 27-year-old didn’t show up to the Chicago hospital where she works, and friends grew concerned when they didn’t hear from her.
- Macon Telegraph
The child, 4, weighed 16 pounds and was on a feeding tube. She was in a “very vulnerable” condition when officials say they found her with roaches on her bed and “crawling out of” her medical equipment.
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Edgar Valdez-Villareal, a notorious drug cartel leader, has gone missing from the Bureau of Prisons system. He is mysteriously listed as having been "released" in November.
(Bloomberg) -- The day after Donald Trump effectively gave up his court fight over government documents seized by the FBI from his Mar-a-Lago home, his lawyers were in a Washington courthouse amid reports the Justice Department has asked for the former president to be held in contempt in connection with the records probe.Most Read from BloombergPutin Says Russia May Add Nuclear First Strike to StrategyHarry and Meghan Throw the Gauntlet to William and KateCeline Dion Brings Attention to Stiff Pe
'Forgotten' American Sarah Krivanek Tells Her Story as She and Brittney Griner Are Freed from Russian Prison
Brittney Griner is not alone in escaping Russian imprisonment on Thursday. Sarah Krivanek, who's on her way home after being trapped overseas, tells PEOPLE of the "Sodom and Gomorrah" conditions she faced
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The victim sustained “significant injuries” according to police.
- Sacramento Bee
“The device looked identical to a USB charger, except it had a small camera and a memory card,” the sheriff’s office said.
An article claims the US Navy's Judge Advocate General's (JAG) Corps arrested House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on charges of "treason and seditious conspiracy." But the military branch says the allegation is false, and the website that originated the rumor regularly publishes made-up stories under the guise of satire."JAG Charges Nancy Pelosi with Treason, Seditious Conspiracy," says a December 3, 2022 headline from Real Raw News.The article says: "The United States Navy Judge Advocate General's Corps
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The baseball bat-wielding suspect in a brazen attack in New York City was released from jail on just $7,500 bail less than 24 hours after his arrest.
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On the afternoon of Dec. 8, 1972, a Boeing 737 crashed into a residential neighborhood in Chicago, a mile and a half from Midway International Airport, where the flight - United Airlines Flight 553 - was headed for a layover between Washington National Airport and Omaha. Forty-three of the 61 people onboard were killed, as were two residents of a house where the plane came to rest. Almost immediately, FBI agents descended on the scene, according to reports at the time.Subscribe to The Post Most
For years, we’ve been reporting on unconstitutional traffic stops by police. They suck, and yet, they keep happening. Recently, Forbes published a great article highlighting this exact issue, and while it’s a great read, it’s also pretty depressing. The way the incentive system is currently set up, law enforcement officers stand to gain a lot more than they might lose for conducting what amount to glorified fishing operations — even though the practice is a wholesale violation of rights guarante
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Danny Zaragoza/The Laredo Morning Times via APA South Texas jury on Wednesday found former border patrol supervisor Juan David Ortiz guilty of capital murder after he was accused of executing four women and dumping their bodies in the desert during in the fall of 2018.Ortiz is now poised to spend the rest of his life behind bars for the slayings, in which he’s said to have picked up sex workers, shot them in the back of the head and dropped their bodies around Laredo, Texas, near the U.S.-Mexico
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A neighbor of four slain University of Idaho students killed in their sleep claims that they saw the victims' front door wide open hours after the slayings.
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National Center for Missing & Exploited ChildrenIt took more than six decades, but cops in Philadelphia have finally identified the infamous “Boy in the Box”—the city’s longest unsolved homicide victim.The boy was identified as 4-year-old Joseph Augustus Zarelli, police said in a Thursday press conference.Zarelli’s body was found in a cardboard box on the side of a Philadelphia road on Feb. 25, 1957. Detectives probed for decades to identify the boy and his killer to no avail, but were able to p
- Idaho Statesman
One neighbor said he thinks he may have heard a scream in the early morning hours Sunday. Another said she heard nothing at all, which was uncommon for the area.