Police shoot man after apartment complex
Jeffrey Dahmer lived with his grandmother, Catherine Jemima Hughes, and used her basement to store his victim's bodies. Here we explain what happened to her.
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Darrell Brooks is representing himself in trial over the Waukesha Christmas Parade tragedy, where six people died. That could slow the proceedings.
- Business Insider
A New York man was unwittingly scammed out of his childhood home. For 12 years, he fought to regain control. He's now facing eviction: 'I want my house back'
"That's what everybody telling me, I'm sorry, sorry, sorry, but nothing being done," said Johnnie Jackson, who's trying to regain control of his home.
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Sandusky police arrested two adults on charges of public indecency after officers say they were involved in a sex act while waiting in a line at Cedar Point.
- NBC News
An infant and her parents were kidnapped in Merced County, California, on Monday, by a person that authorities described as armed and dangerous.
- Fox News
Sheriff of Lee County, Florida, warned that not all looters would be lucky enough to get away with their lives after four people were arrested, three of whom were in U.S. illegally.
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The Rally: "The Hornets and Miles Bridges have allowed his $7.9 million qualifying offer to expire, sources tell me." NBA Insider @ShamsCharania reports on Miles Bridges, who remains a restricted free agent. Source: Twitter More on this storyline ...
- Raleigh News and Observer
She faces multiple charges, including attempted murder and malicious castration.
- IndyStar | The Indianapolis Star
Larry Nassar practiced osteopathic manipulative medicine. But the prosecutor in his sexual abuse trial says he penetrated patients with his finger.
- Miami Herald
An illicit early morning joy ride ended in tragedy Sunday in Southwest Florida, an area still reeling from Hurricane Ian.
- WLS – Chicago
One suspect threatened an employee with a hammer when they called 911, police said.
- Rolling Stone
Regretful Oath Keeper Leader Said Having Rifles on Jan. 6 Would Have ‘Fixed It Right Then and There’
The trial of Stewart Rhodes and four other members of the militia group charged with seditious conspiracy began Monday in Washington, D.C.
On Monday, BLACKPINK's management agency YG Entertainment released a statement announcing that legal action will be taken against those who leak and distribute private photos of group member Jennie. The statement revealed that the company requested a police investigation into those responsible for the “indiscriminate rumors, criticism, personal attacks, sexual harassment and violations of personal life sparked by those private photographs."
NYPD asks for help after man follows woman into Chinatown apartment building and sexually assaults her
The New York Police Department is asking the public for help in finding a man sexually assaulted a woman in her Chinatown apartment building. The attacker followed the 27-year-old woman into her building near Market Street and Madison Street on Sept. 24, police said. In surveillance video of the incident, the woman is seen being pinned against the wall in her vestibule as the culprit tries to kiss her and forcibly grope her buttocks, breasts and groin, according to the NYPD.
- Fresno Bee
In an update Monday, police said the fatal shooting happened at the Soul Brothers clubhouse.
A man has been arrested after Tulsa police say his alleged victim shot him in the foot.
- Modesto Bee
He was repeatedly hit in the head with a baseball bat, authorities say.
- LA Times
Closing arguments begin in the trial of Paul Flores, accused in the 1996 killing of college student Kristin Smart.
Robert Kelley, vice president of New York City’s Transport Union, slammed the city’s bail reform on national television following a repeat offender’s attack on a “hero” subway employee nearly two months ago. Kelley criticized the city’s bail reform during his appearance on “Fox & Friends First” on Monday, more than a month after Alexander Wright, 49, was accused of assaulting an off-duty subway worker in the Bronx in August. The new bail reform must be changed.
- Fresno Bee
“It’s imperative that we get some information on this,” the sheriff said.