Law & Order

Female subway face slasher on loose in NYC

Police are searching for a woman accused of slashing two subway passengers in the face two separate times. The incidents both happened on the 4 train in the Bronx, and the victims in both cases were female teenagers.

Suit Alleges Spy Cam in Starbucks Bathroom

A Virginia man says when his daughter used the bathroom at the Starbucks in Penn Quarter, she discovered a hidden camera pointed at the toilet.

Police: 78-Year-Old Man Kills 21-Year-Old Wife

Police in Port St. Lucie are investigating a bizarre apparent murder-suicide. Police believe a 78-year-old man shot and killed his 21-year-old wife early Saturday, then set their home on fire before killing himself.

3 dead, 56 injured in horrific Nevada air show crash

3 dead, 56 injured in horrific Nevada air show crash

RENO - A vintage World War II-era fighter plane plunged into the grandstands Friday during a popular annual air show, killing at least three people, injuring more than 50 spectators and creating a horrific scene strewn with body parts and smoking ...

Amish "Bernie Madoff" charged with defrauding his community of millions of dollars

Members of the Amish community traditionally have settled their scores independent of secular society, but the federal legal system will decide the fate of Monroe Beachy, 77, of Sugarcreek, Holmes County.

Thief who swallowed diamond is caught on X-ray

A thief in Spain who stole a diamond from a British woman -- and then swallowed it -- was caught when police stopped him at a checkpoint and forced him to undergo an X-ray.

Teen fakes cancer, raises $17,000, faces theft charges

Daniel Borunda El Paso Times 15.09.2011
Teen fakes cancer, raises $17,000, faces theft charges

The good news is she doesn't have cancer. The bad news is she faces criminal charges. The Horizon City Police Department has filed criminal charges against a young woman who raised the sympathy of a community along with thousands of dollars in don...

Abuse victims seek int'l court case against pope

Abuse victims seek int'l court case against pope

Clergy sex abuse victims upset that no high-ranking Roman Catholic leaders have been prosecuted for sheltering guilty priests have turned to the International Criminal Court, seeking an investigation of the pope and top Vatican cardinals for possi...

TSA officers arrested on drug charges

New York Post 14.09.2011
TSA officers arrested on drug charges

Three federal Transportation Security Administration officers and two other law enforcement officers were arrested on charges of accepting cash or gift cards in exchange for permitting prescription drug dealers to move tens of thousands of highly ...

Sexual healing: US 'Goddess Temple' devotees held

Police in Arizona have arrested 20 members of an American group called the "Goddess Temple" for allegedly offering sexual services online under the guise of religious healing.

Gas Station Attendant Fends Off Robber By Hosing Him With Gasoline

A man who tried to rob a Lowell gas station over the weekend wound up getting hosed. Police say Saturday afternoon, a man believed to be holding a knife, attempted to rob a gas attendant at the BP Station at the corner of Andover and High Streets.

Frenchman ordered to pay wife damages for lack of sex

A Frenchman has been ordered to pay his ex-wife £8,500 in damages for failing to have enough sex with her during their marriage.

Police assisted Apple in search of man's home

Mark Milian and Augie Martin CNN 05.09.2011
Police assisted Apple in search of man's home

Police officials said they helped Apple investigators, who searched a man's home here recently. They were reportedly looking for a prototype of the next iPhone that an Apple employee left in a bar in San Francisco's Mission neighborhood, according...

New York city worker jailed for stealing $10M from fund to identify 9/11 remains still holding on to cash

Ten years after the Sept. 11 attacks, ex-city worker Natarajan Venkataram says he’s sorry he stole millions of dollars meant for identifying the remains of trade center victims. He’s just not sorry enough to turn over $400,000 sitting in his bank ...

Lawsuit accuses security guard of handcuffing first-graders for talking in class

The attorney for a family suing Chicago Public Schools over the alleged handcuffing of a first-grader in 2010 said Tuesday that the boy was among several 6- and 7-year-olds who were detained and handcuffed for hours for talking in class.

Man Faces Life In Jail For Recording Police

Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones 01.09.2011
Man Faces Life In Jail For Recording Police

41-year old Illinois mechanic Michael Allison faces life in jail for recording police officers after authorities hit him with eavesdropping charges based on the hoax that it is illegal to film cops, a misnomer that has been disproved by every othe...

4:30 a.m. mowing leads to man's arrest

MATT PATTERSON NewsOK 01.09.2011
4:30 a.m. mowing leads to man's arrest

An Oklahoma City man said he was doing a good deed when he was arrested and cited for mowing his yard and a neighbor's yard Friday morning.

Man Accused of Assault With a Live Power Line

While danger from Mother Nature’s fury was blowing away from the region Sunday, police said a man-made act of road rage took place in Silver Spring, Md. A College Park man was accused of attacking a motorist with a live power line knocked down by ...

'Sleeping gas' thieves target super-rich at Italian billionaires' resort

Police in the billionaires' retreat of Porto Cervo on Sardinia's Costa Smeralda believe thieves who made off with €315,000 (£280,000) in cash and jewels used sleeping gas on their victims to ensure they were not disturbed during the break-in. Simi...

Thieves crash into store, make off with hair extensions

Forget robbing the bank. These days, the big money is in beauty salons and their stash of human hair extensions.

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