New Orleans pastor sentenced to prison
New Orleans pastor sentenced to prison
When local police refused to remove alleged squatters from his mother's Northern California house, this handyman decided to try to outsmart the trespassers.
Scottie Dean Morris of Eaton was last seen on March 16. Late Friday night, police reported Morris had been found safe.
In November 2000, Atlanta police veteran Derwin Brown reached a new milestone in his distinguished two-plus decade career. In a tight runoff vote, he was elected sheriff of DeKalb County. “Everyone knew that Mr. Brown was all about being upright and honest,” former TV journalist Shaunya Chavis told “The Real Murders of Atlanta,” airing Fridays at 9/8c on Oxygen. Then, at 11 p.m. on December 15, just three days before he was to take office, Brown was ambushed and gunned down in his driveway. His
Atlanta police are searching for the suspect accused of shooting a man in the face at the Troy Supermarket on Saturday.
Officers are investigating an incident in Lovejoy after they say a man called for a taxi, then raped the taxi driver at gunpoint.
Scottie Morris, a 14-year-old boy from Indiana who has been missing since March 16, was found alive Friday night, according to police
Actor Jonathan Majors' arrest for alleged assault, strangulation and harassment derailed the Army's rebrand project.
The Atlanta police are asking for the public’s help to identify two suspects seen robbing and carjacking someone at a Wells Fargo ATM last month.
A shoplifting incident at the St. Augustine Outlet Mall turned into a dangerous high-speed pursuit that ended with the arrest of four individuals who allegedly tried to run over a St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office deputy Saturday evening.
A man is recovering after getting stabbed in the Tukwila Costco parking lot. Tukwila Police say they have arrested a suspect.
Miami International Airport police dragged off a Texas woman from a Frontier Airlines flight by her limbs after she threatened to attack a fellow passenger.
Ashlie Clark, 31, will spend more than five and a half years in prison after shoplifting $800 worth of items from an Oregon department store and biting off the earlobe of a guard.
A man now dubbed as Vancouver’s “serial racist” has been caught in yet another anti-Chinese rant, this time at a new dessert shop in the Canadian city. The man, identified by Richmond News as Peter Hanssens, appears to have a well-documented history of harassing Asian people, typically claiming to be a lawyer and demanding that they “go back to China” each time. In the video posted on TikTok, Hanssens can be seen arguing with one of the shop’s servers, challenging her nationality in front of another worker.
Rep. George Santos (R-N.Y.) has reached a deal with Brazilian prosecutors to resolve a 15-year-old fraud case, according to CNN. As part of the agreement, Santos will formally confess to defrauding a Rio de Janeiro clerk of $1,300 in clothes and shoes in 2008 and pay damages to the victim, CNN reported. Brazilian prosecutors reopened the…
Officials said they found about 600 retail items at the employee’s home.
Warrants reveal that he was doing drugs with the two women at a house in south Baton Rouge when overdosed.
An American couple visiting Haiti is being held at ransom after being kidnapped from a bus nearly a week ago, according to their family. Jean-Dickens Toussaint and his wife, Abigail Toussaint, of Tamarac, Florida, were in Haiti to see ailing relatives and attend a community festival when they were kidnapped Saturday while traveling on a bus from Port-au-Prince, their family said. A family friend who met the couple at the airport to escort them was also kidnapped, their niece, Christie, who declined to give her last name, told ABC Miami affiliate WPLG.
A dozen videos show students throwing punch after punch as their teacher watches them from her desk.
OPINION: LaKeith Smith was 15 years old when police shot and killed his friend during a botched burglary. But a legal doctrine led to Smith being tried and convicted of murder in the death of his friend. The post 58 years after Selma, Alabama resentenced a young man to 30 years for a murder he didn’t commit appeared first on TheGrio.
Sergey Cherkasov sent jubilant messages to his handlers, per US court documents, but a few years later his fake identity fell to pieces.