"We can always do a better job of looking out for our brothers and sisters in trying to pay attention to possible crisis moments that we can intervene," FOP President John Catanzara said in a statement.
And he was almost made into mincemeat…
A New Hampshire father is speaking out after his wife and two young boys were found murdered last week.
Memphis Police released images of a brazen crime. The pictures show three men holding high-powered weapons. Memphis Police said those men used those weapons to “open fire” and kill a man outside of a Memphis motel.
Officer Gardiel Solorio of Bell Gardens was shot multiple times while sitting in his car outside an LA Fitness in Downey. In the initial stages of the investigation, police believed there were multiple suspects in the shooting. FOX 11's Gigi Graciette shares the latest.
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Jaquavius Kesean Bland is a known member of the Bloods street gang.
- Columbus Ledger-Enquirer
The disbarred lawyer blamed the district attorney.
- USA TODAY
The victim's lawyer said his client first noticed a chemical taste in his morning drinks in March, and later claimed it was Drano.
- Associated Press
U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration Agent Harold Duane Poole was waiting with his semiautomatic service rifle — and an explanation — when deputies arrived at his sprawling wooded property on a warm spring night last year and found a bullet-riddled body near the driveway. A veteran of the DEA’s military-style commando teams, Poole acknowledged he fatally shot a mentally ill neighbor just minutes after calling law enforcement to report the man was trespassing on his land – yet again – “out of his mind" and threatening him with a rock. “I’m going to kill you!” Poole recalled Chase Brewer yelling before he responded by firing eight high-powered rounds, striking the man in the chest, gut and hip.
Two mechanics from a well-known dealership are facing charges tonight, accused of intentionally damaging at least one customer’s car.
- LA Times
Prosecutors say they are reviewing previous crashes linked to woman charged with six counts of murder and five counts of vehicular manslaughter.
- Kansas City Star
The dad was arrested and is facing several charges, officials say.
- Miami Herald
A passerby found his body sticking out of the sand.
Memphis Police are looking for two men who they said robbed a 74-year-old man while he was taking out the trash.
- Associated Press
A fear of attacks that had rippled through Muslim communities nationwide after the fatal shootings of four Muslim men in Albuquerque gave way to shock and sadness when it turned out the suspect in the killings is one of their own. Muhammad Syed, 51, was arrested late Monday after a traffic stop more than 100 miles (160 kilometers) from his Albuquerque home. The Afghan immigrant denied any connection to the crimes that shook the city and its small Muslim community.
- NBC News
A Minnesota county approved a nearly $1.5 million settlement of a racial discrimination lawsuit filed by eight minority correctional officers who said they
- The Daily Beast
Adelita Website/Tijana PoliceThe parents of a 19-year-old nightclub worker whose throat was slit by a former Rutgers’ basketball player are angry that he was only sentenced to 22 years in prison in Tijuana, Mexico.Logan Kelley, 27, admitted to murdering Isis Atalia Montoya Romero at the Adelita nightclub in February 2021, when he mistook the 19-year-old mother who worked there for someone else. CCTV footage from several angles shows Kelley walking up behind Montoya Romero with a 4-inch clip-blad
"The Daily Show" host said he didn't think the story could get any crazier.
- The Clarion Ledger
Prosecutors said the suspect searched Google for "how long it takes to strangle someone" minutes after Lee told Herrington he was on his way to visit.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (Reuters) -Muslims in New Mexico interviewed on Wednesday said they felt shock and shame at the arrest of a Muslim immigrant from Afghanistan in connection with the murders of four Muslim men. Police on Tuesday said they detained 51-year-old Muhammad Syed. Syed denied being involved with any of the four killings when questioned by police, according to the New York Times.