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The woman testified in front of a federal grand jury last week hearing evidence in the Gaetz investigation.
An officer in Florida tried to deescalate a situation between a suspect and her colleague. That's when Sgt. Christopher Pullease grabbed her by the throat.
- The Fayetteville Observer
As reported, Cumberland County Sheriff Lt. Jeffrey Hash left his vehicle and shot Jason Walker. If those are the circumstances, it raises questions.
Judge Robert Adrian said five months in prison was "plenty of punishment" for sexual assault.
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Thieves pilfering railroad cars is a crime that harks back to the days of horseback-riding bandits, but is fueled by a host of modern realities including homeless encampments and e-commerce.
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The teacher is “currently on leave pending allegations,” the school says.
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The FBI is being slammed for saying the Congregation Beth Israel hostage taker’s demands were “not specifically related to the Jewish community.”
- The Montgomery Advertiser
Tory Johnson posted $860,000 bail after his original bail amount was increased. He was released on Saturday.
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For 16-year-old boy’s family, questions remain and grief endures after Maryland trooper is cleared in his death
LEONARDTOWN, Md. — Just two seconds of the fatal encounter in Southern Maryland were captured on video. The clip shows 16-year-old Peyton Ham on his knees in his neighbor’s gravel driveway, bleeding from his right arm. Maryland State Police Trooper Joseph Azzari circles the teen with his gun drawn. The officer barks: “Put the knife down!” In the background, Peyton’s step-aunt and ...
Witness to Times Square subway killing says the woman pushed onto the tracks never saw the person who did it
Michelle Alyssa Go, 40, was waiting for a southbound train when she was shoved to her death, police said. The suspect was identified as Simon Martial.
"I hope that people will understand that one of the things that the Nazi ideology did during the Holocaust was to dehumanize Jewish people," said Rabbi Menachem Sebbag
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Two teenagers have been arrested in England as part of an ongoing investigation into Saturday's hostage-taking incident at a synagogue in the United States, British authorities said. The pair were detained in southern Manchester on Sunday evening and "remain in custody for questioning," according to a statement from the Greater Manchester Police. Multiple law enforcement sources in the U.S. told ABC News that the teens are the children of the alleged hostage-taker.
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Los Angeles DA George Gascon criticized as 26-year-old faces sentencing to a juvenile detention center or probation after pleading guilty to sexually assaulting young girl
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The federal lawsuit against the Proud Boys and the Oath Keepers seeks to impinge on their financial earnings and snuff out their operations.
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The sexual assault was not the end of the Ohio woman's ordeal; Nick Alahverdian later unsuccessfully sued her for libel.
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Mayfield candle factory destroyed by a killer Kentucky tornado, where workers said they were threatened with dismissal if they left their posts, closing
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
He was armed with an AR-15, a news outlet reported.
Former NYPD sergeant Arlicia Robinson will serve no time behind bars after getting caught transporting drugs for the Nine Trey […] The post Ex-NYPD cop gets probation for transporting drugs during Tekashi 6ix9ine investigation appeared first on TheGrio.
- Sherman/Dennison Herald Democrat
The man was arrested Saturday and booked on these charges, without incident and is currently being held in the Grayson County Jail on $400,000 bond.
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A megachurch pastor in Oklahoma apologized for a demonstration during his sermon 'being too extreme and disgusting' when he rubbed spit on a churchgoer's face
Michael Todd, a pastor based in Tulsa, tried to make a point in the sermon, saying "receiving vision from God might get nasty."