Police are investigating an officer-involved shooting after a man was reportedly pointing a gun at guests of a hotel near Interstate 17 and Bell Road on July 15.
11-year-old who saved up money for a lemonade stand was scammed by a man who gave him fake $100 bill and asked for exact change, police say
Jeremy, who lives in Washington state, used his allowance to set up a lemonade stand but was said to be stiffed by a man using a fake $100 bill.
- Merced Sun-Star
The CHP said the vehicle had a “sophisticated aftermarket compartment.”
A Brevard County K-9 officer took a bite out of crime after it was kicked by a fleeing suspect, according to Sheriff Wayne Ivey.
- Business Insider
Thieves steal at least 20 whole briskets worth thousands of dollars from famous Texas barbecue restaurant
A thief jumped the fence of la Barbecue restaurant before loading at least 20 briskets into an SUV and fleeing, KVUE TV reported.
A Florida woman who was acquitted of murdering her husband, a prominent official at the University of Central Florida, was sentenced Friday to a year of probation for tampering with evidence.
- Austin American-Statesman
Texas governor candidate Beto O'Rourke's social media post on rape statistics missing context.
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Another suspect told deputies the couple were making homemade child porn with the kids in their home.
Texas police were looking for teen suspects but they instead detained a Black couple in their 50s and 60s at gunpoint, lawsuit says
"I was praying to God that the guns didn't go off," said Michael Lewis, 67, who also has a disability.
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Trial set to begin today for Daniel Navarro, accused of hate crime in head-on crash that killed motorcyclist
Navarro is charged with first-degree intentional homicide and first-degree recklessly endangering safety. Both have been charged as hate crimes.
- Miami Herald
The man is accused of scaling a building and breaking into their home through a second-story porch.
The host of "Last Week Tonight" rips the Georgia lawmaker's cruel and homophobic take on the monkeypox outbreaks.
A former dean at a Boston high school known affectionately by students as “Rev” has been ordered by a federal […] The post School dean who shot student ordered to pay $10M judgment￼ appeared first on TheGrio.
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Charges expected for Texas nurse in Los Angeles fiery crash that killed 6, including pregnant woman, baby
Charges to come Monday for Texas nurse accused of speeding Mercedes through red light in Los Angeles, causing fiery crash that left six, including baby and pregnant woman, dead.
Lauren Pozen reports from Palmdale, where a large scale investigation continued after a woman was shot in the face while trying to fight off her daughter's would-be kidnapper late Sunday evening. Authorities located the suspect and the kidnapped girl just down the road.
- The Daily Beast
FBIA two-day manhunt for the suspect accused of gunning down four people in two houses in Ohio—allegedly because he believed he was the victim of mind control—has ended with his arrest in Kansas.Stephen Marlow, 39, was nabbed in Lawrence shortly before 9 p.m. on Saturday when a police officer on alert for the fugitive spotted his vehicle and followed him into a parking lot.The arrest came a day after Marlow allegedly went on a rampage 650 miles away in Butler Township, outside Dayton, Ohio, kill
A Texas man has died after his girlfriend allegedly set him on fire at a gas station during a domestic violence incident.
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Teens denied pool access to Lee’s Summit Waves after rental, city investigating incident
- LA Times
Nicole Lorraine Linton, 37, was being held Sunday afternoon at the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, authorities said.
New video shows a chaotic crash of a stolen rental car involving four teens. Traffic cameras captured police trying to stop the vehicle on 35-E in Little Canada. The car crashes into the median twice and four people come running out and across the busy highway. All four were arrested.
Police in New Mexico and federal agencies were probing the murders of four Muslim men to determine if the killings, the latest of which happened on Friday evening, were linked while the state's governor described them as "targeted killings." Albuquerque Police Chief Harold Medina told reporters on Saturday that a "young man who is part of the Muslim community was murdered." Police in New Mexico had said earlier that the other three Muslim men murdered in the state's largest city in the past nine months appeared to have been targeted for their religion and race.