The Atlanta police chief wants residents to see an bigger police presence with more squad cars in their neighborhoods. He's working to have a take-home vehicle for every officer.
- BuzzFeed News
A Man Who Allegedly Shot An Unarmed Black Airbnb Guest Who Was Crossing The Street Said “Oh, You Think You Can Run?” Before Firing His Weapon
Police said the suspect called 911 to report that he had shot someone he thought was breaking into his house. But even the suspect’s attorney admitted there was no evidence the victim was involved in any criminal activity.View Entire Post ›
Federal agents discovered a dumpster filled with almost 250 working rifles and shotguns in Oklahoma, and allege that a man was given 2 free shotguns to hang on his wall
A gun store owner may have improperly disposed of the weapons and his staff may have given a man two shotguns for free with no background check.
A 46-year-old basketball coach is accused of having an inappropriate relationship with one of his young athletes.
- The State
The real Lowcountry hit center stage this week and blew a hole in the defense’s case
- LA Times
After a gun battle and a series of raids across California, authorities said they have arrested two men in the killings of six in Goshen last month.
- Miami Herald
An elementary school teacher in Homestead was charged Wednesday with having sex with one of his students. The relationship, police said the 13-year-old victim told them, was “romantic” after referring to him as her “boyfriend.”
- Kansas City Star
The nurse raped the 15-year-old student a total of 12 times over four months.
- Detroit Free Press
Armani Kelly, Montoya Givens and Dante Wicker were set to perform at a Detroit club on Jan. 21. No one has heard from the three men since.
- ABC News
The Manhattan district attorney's office has recently threatened to file new criminal charges against former Trump Organization chief financial officer Allen Weisselberg, sources familiar with the matter told ABC News. Weisselberg, 75, is currently serving jail time at New York's Rikers Island after he pleaded guilty to tax fraud in August. The new charges, the sources said, would involve insurance fraud, a detail first reported by The New York Times.
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A neighbor’s surveillance camera captured a barrage of gunshots.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Police received a tip that the suspect was at the Dallas Aquarium looking at animal exhibits.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
The police officer, who was fired, “violently shoved” the man to the ground, punched him and put him into handcuffs, the lawsuit says.
- NBC News
Police near Detroit found a car belonging to one of three missing rappers who have not been seen for nearly two weeks, officials said Thursday.
- Business Insider
Desmond Mills Jr., one of the Memphis police officers who beat Tyre Nichols, previously failed to report his role in a different violent incident
Mills, an ex-Memphis officer now charged in Tyre Nichols' beating death, was reprimanded for failing to report his use of physical force.
Bankman-Fried’s current bail conditions bar contact with current or former employees of FTX and Alameda Research, something that the disgraced founder is alleged to be doing.
- NBC News
A New Jersey man faces up to 10 years behind bars after he hired a hitman and paid $20,000 in Bitcoin to kill a 14-year-old, prosecutors said.
- Raleigh News and Observer
“Violence: The miracle cure for ignorance,” was written on paraphernalia seized by ATF agents who investigated the Pagan gang leader.
- The State
A Colleton County jury won’t be present until 11:30 a.m. Friday, as Judge Clifton Newman still decides what amount of Alex Murdaugh’s financial problems can be aired out in the courtroom.
- The Daily Beast
Italy Carabinieri handoutROME—A hit man for the notorious Calabrian ’Ndrangheta mafia has been arrested working in a pizzeria in France after nearly 17 years on the run. Edgardo Greco, 63, was taken into custody on Thursday in the French hamlet of Saint-Etienne, where he had risen to fame as an “authentic Italian pizza maker” using the fake name Paolo Dimitrio. The arrest, supported by Interpol, was hailed in Italy as another anti-mafia success after the capture in January of Sicilian Cosa Nostr
- Associated Press
Appearing before a federal judge after pleading guilty to a felony charge in the deadly Capitol riot, former West Virginia lawmaker Derrick Evans expressed remorse for letting down his family and his community, saying he made a “crucial mistake." Less than a year later, Evans is portraying himself as a victim of a politically motivated prosecution as he runs to serve in the same building he stormed on Jan. 6, 2021. Evans is now calling the Justice Department's Jan. 6 prosecutions a “miscarriage of justice" and describes himself on twitter as a “J6 Patriot."