Five of six University of Kentucky football players who were charged last year with burglary and later cleared have filed a federal lawsuit against the Lexington Police Department. Andru Phillips, Vito Tisdale, Reuben Adams, JuTahn McClain, and Joel Williams filed separate lawsuits Wednesday against the police department, the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government, Police Chief Lawrence Weathers, and two individual police officers. The lawsuits allege malicious prosecution, fabrication of false evidence, failure to intervene, conspiracy to deprive constitutional rights, and defamation. More details here: https://bit.ly/3S5a2yO
A 74-year-old convenience store clerk was caught on video defending herself from a robber during a shift, but her boss said he didn't believe it happened the way she described it and fired her, she said
Mary Moreno said her boss insisted that she apologize when she told him what happened the night of the robbery. But Moreno refused and was fired.
- In The Know by Yahoo
Burger King employee slams customer who complained uniform was 'a distraction': 'She's mad at the wrong person'
A Burger King employee claimed a customer told her that her uniform was "too distracting."
Fetterman's tattoos commemorate those who died violently when he was mayor of Braddock, Pennsylvania.
- WABC – NY
Police have arrested a man in a brutal assault inside a Queens subway station that was caught on surveillance video.
- Travel Noire
Saarah Sareshwala, an Indian woman, was allegedly assaulted by a white man on Southwest Airlines.
- National Review
Hawley questioned why the pro-choice extremists responsible for the wave of vandalism at pregnancy centers have not been arrested.
- Miami Herald
The incident reportedly caused thousands of dollars’ worth of damage.
A second girl alleged to have been involved in the plot, who authorities claimed planned to murder her father but did not go through with it, has been charged with criminal conspiracy, the sheriff’s office said.
WATCH: 3 men charged in rape of woman kidnapped at gunpoint, Memphis Police say
- The Daily Beast
© Flavia Morlachetti/GettyIt was the caper of the century: a minuscule New Jersey deli not only became a publicly traded entity but mysteriously grew to have a market value north of $100 million. Now, three men are being charged with illegally pumping up the company’s stock, with the goal of dumping their shares and absconding with the profits. They never even had the chance to pocket their ill-gotten bread.On Monday, separate actions from the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Departmen
Josiah Brown, who was allegedly pushed into Lake Michigan by Victoria Moreno, his aunt, has died, according to the Chicago Police Department.
- Chicago Tribune
Man shot after climbing through Chicago police building fire escape into SWAT training, turning police guns on them, top cop says
A man climbed five flights up a fire escape of the Chicago Police Department’s Homan Square facility at midday Monday and found himself in the middle of SWAT training for officers, Chicago police Superintendent David Brown said at a news conference Monday afternoon. At least one officer shot and injured the man after he picked up at least two guns that were lying on a table as part of the ...
- Associated Press
Three former police officers charged with killing a young girl when they fired 25 shots at a moving car as a nearby crowd left a high school football game will face trial on manslaughter charges, a suburban Philadelphia judge ruled Monday. Prosecutors contend the Sharon Hill officers negligently fired at a car they wrongly believed was involved in gunfire that broke out as the game ended. Four people were shot by police outside the stadium, including soon-to-be third grader Fanta Bility.
Philadelphia police have released surveillance video of a carjacking that took place in a family's driveway. Authorities are searching for the suspect involved.
- Fox News
Fox News Digital exclusively obtained text messages between Rep. Katie Porter, D-Calif., and the Irvine mayor where the congresswoman called the police force a "disgrace."
Two Orange County women were arrested and face four federal charges each after the ongoing FBI investigation placed them at the US Capitol on January 6, 2021.
- Associated Press
A Kentucky man who killed three fellow students and wounded five others when he was 14 years old will have to spend the rest of his life in prison without another opportunity to seek parole, the Kentucky Parole Board voted Monday. Michael Carneal, now 39, told parole board members last week that he would live with his parents and continue his mental health treatment if they agreed to release him. Carneal watched the vote over Zoom from the Kentucky State Reformatory in La Grange.
- Business Insider
Lawsuit filed after FBI agents raided 1,400 deposit boxes at a US Private Vaults branch claims owners' items have still not been returned
A lawyer involved in the class-action suit called the March 2021 FBI raid of the Beverly Hills branch the "largest armed robbery in US history."
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by Luis G. Rendon/The Daily Beast/Facebook/Habersham County Sheriff's OfficeDebbie Collier, the Georgia mom who was found dead and severely burned in a ravine earlier this month, was last seen alive at a Family Dollar store buying a refillable torch lighter and a tarp, authorities revealed on Monday.Surveillance footage from the Clayton, Georgia store released by the Habersham County Sheriff's Office shows the 59-year-old mother walking in at about 2:55 p.m. on Sept. 10 wearin
- NY Daily News
Donald Trump’s myriad of legal problems have intensified after a whirlwind week of lawsuits and court decisions that went against the embattled former president — including a civil suit filed by the New York attorney general that partly seeks to prohibit him or his adult children from ever running a company in their home state again. It was just one of several new setbacks for Trump, as the ...