The U.S. Park Police officers who shot and killed an unarmed Virginia man during a stop-and-go chase in 2017 have been cleared of criminal charges but now face losing their jobs.
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- The Independent
Ali Bagheri Kani also called on guarantees from Washington not to leave any future agreement
- Atlanta Black Star
‘She Should Spend Time In Prison’: Former DA Accused of ‘Showing Favor’ to the McMichaels Awaits Her Day In Court on Charges Over Delayed Arrests In Ahmaud Arbery’s Slaying
The men convicted of killing Ahmaud Arbery are not the only ones facing prison time for the February 2020 murder. Former Georgia District Attorney Jackie […]
- Atlanta Black Star
Wrongfully Convicted Black Man Is Entitled to No Money from The State After 43 Years In Prison, Now a GoFundMe Has Raised Over $1M: ‘You Deserve Every Penny!’
A Missouri man convicted of triple murder four decades ago is able to spend this holiday season home with family after courts ruled that he […]
- Fox News
Officials in California sent word earlier this week that they planned to crack down on "smash and grab" robberies and flash-mob-style looting after numerous recent incidents up and down the state. But apparently not everybody got the message.
- Utica Observer-Dispatch
A Rome resident and New York Mills police worked to care for two newborn puppies after they were found abandoned in the village Thursday.
- Atlanta Black Star
‘He’s Not Breathing’: Black Teen Tased, Pepper-Sprayed During Texas School Protests As Students Look On In Horror, Some Trying to Help
Social media is ablaze after video emerged on Friday, Nov. 19, of police pepper-spraying and tasing a Black teenage student during a wide-scale disruption at […]
- The Holland Sentinel
Restorative processes could significantly help disrupt these cycles. Interrupting dishonest narratives would be a good start.
- Bellingham Herald mcclatchy articles
The man’s neighbor told police he is of Jewish descent, court records state.
- Associated Press
The video of Ahmaud Arbery's shotgun death was a shocking piece of evidence that suddenly brought the Black man's killing into the national consciousness. The citizen's arrest law, largely repealed by lawmakers after Arbery's death, required a person to see or have immediate knowledge of a crime being committed or have reasonable suspicion that someone is fleeing a felony in order to justify a citizen’s arrest.
- The Daily Reporter
Lutz sentenced for slugging trooper
- NY Daily News
An 82-year-old man was forced to spend his Thanksgiving in the hospital after he was attacked by a gang on dirt bikes and ATVs while he was out picking up a turkey in Boston. Preparation for the upcoming family holiday was well underway for Richard Bell when the violent incident occurred around 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 18. According to a press release from the Massachusetts State Police, his 1996 ...
- The Coloradoan
A Wyoming couple facing criminal charges in Larimer County is suing the public defender's office for declining to take their cases.
- Ocala Star Banner
A Boca Raton man has been charged with multiple DUI charges after an early Wednesday crash north of Ocala that killed 2 family members and injured 4.
Two more suspects — both teenagers — have been arrested for a double murder in suburban Fort Worth. Police had already tracked down one juvenile in connection to the Nov. 15 shooting in Haltom City that left two other teenagers dead.
After a dramatic arrest, Greg Lynn is charged with killing a pair who disappeared 20 months ago.
- Columbus Ledger-Enquirer
Missing a package? It may be in an Alabama ravine.
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Chad Read attempted to pick up one of his children from his ex-wife, but after her boyfriend, Kyle Carruth, got involved, Carruth fatally shot Read.
- App.com | Asbury Park Press
Lorraine and Gary Parker of Stafford were last seen on Nov. 17. The case has been turned over to the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office.
- Portsmouth Herald
“When he tried to talk with them, he was met with profanity, jeering, ridicule of his name, and them turning their back to him," a UNH official said.
- CBS News
The theft resembles other mass robberies recently seen across the country.