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‘It Finally Clicked That This Wasn’t an Exercise’: Report Recounts San Bernardino Shooting
A previously undisclosed report chronicles in vivid detail the shootout that killed Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik, the actions of the police and the massacre itself.
1170 points by The New York Times | Police SWAT Constable Law enforcement agency San Bernardino California Officer Undercover San Bernardino County California
FBI investigates ‘takeover’ bank robbery on North Side
A bank was robbed Friday morning on the North Side.
1 points by Chicago Sun-Times | Bank robbery Federal Bureau of Investigation Waco Siege Law enforcement agency Bank J. Edgar Hoover
2 found dead in rural Pittsburg County died from gunshots
BACHE, Okla. (AP) - The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says two women who were found dead in a car last month in Pittsburg County died from gunshot wounds. OSBI spokeswoman Jessica Brown says authorities are still interviewing people in connection with the deaths of 24-year-old Totinika Doshe Elix and ...
-1 points by The Washington Times | Police Crime Constable State bureau of investigation Federal Bureau of Investigation Oklahoma City bombing Sheriff Law enforcement agency
Officials: Police chief shoots himself after suspension
Bay St. Louis Police Chief Mike DeNardo shot and killed himself in the police department’s parking lot        
-1 points by The Detroit News | Police Constable Sheriff United States Mississippi Law enforcement agency Coroner Federal Bureau of Investigation
Former Charlotte mayor to be released from prison next week
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Former Charlotte, North Carolina, Mayor Patrick Cannon is expected to be released from prison next week.
-1 points by Arizona Daily Star | Prison Criminal justice Organized crime Clarksburg West Virginia United States Federal Bureau of Investigation Political corruption Law enforcement agency
Wrong-way fleeing driver charged in fatal crash
WARRIOR, Ala. (AP) - A driver has been charged after authorities say he refused to stop for police and went the wrong way before crashing into another vehicle, killing one person. Citing jail records, news outlets report 36-year-old Donald Hornsby Wright II of Hanceville is charged with murder in 67-year-old ...
-1 points by The Washington Times | Police Law enforcement agency Alabama English-language films Law enforcement Birmingham Alabama Law Law enforcement agency powers
California DA to give results of police sex investigation
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Prosecutors in the San Francisco Bay Area are planning a news conference to discuss the results of an investigation into sexual misconduct involving officers from the Oakland Police Department and other law enforcement agencies.
-1 points by Arizona Daily Star | Police San Francisco Bay Area San Francisco San Francisco Bay Law enforcement agency San Jose California Alameda California San Mateo County California
Another officer out in SF Bay Area police sex scandal
LIVERMORE, Calif. (AP) - A police officer in the city of Livermore under investigation in a sex scandal that has ensnared several Northern California law enforcement agencies has resigned. Livermore police Chief Michael Harris announced the resignation on Thursday. Harris says the officer was put on administrative leave June 14 ...
1 points by The Washington Times | Police Law enforcement agency Constable Federal Bureau of Investigation Police officer Law enforcement California Human sexuality
Mississippi police chief kills self moments after being suspended
"It's just a bad day — a bad day for law enforcement," a sheriff's office deputy said.
13153 points by Daily News | Police Constable Sheriff United States Coroner Mississippi Deputy sheriff Law enforcement agency
Abducted woman calls family from trunk of her own car before she dies
From the trunk of her Pontiac, Rita Maze frantically dialed her cellphone. She had been carjacked around noon Tuesday at a Montana highway rest stop between Great Falls and Helena, and now her abductor was driving her east. She made several 911 calls and managed a roughly 10-minute conversation...
1064 points by Los Angeles Times | Federal Bureau of Investigation Law enforcement agency Spokane Washington Interstate 90 Telephone Washington Coeur d'Alene Idaho Spokane County Washington
Washington state will not charge police in Mexican laborer's slaying
SEATTLE (Reuters) - The U.S. state of Washington has decided not to file criminal charges against the three police officers who fatally shot an undocumented Mexican farm worker in 2015 after he threw rocks at them and ran through a crowded intersection.
54 points by Reuters | Police Reuters Law enforcement agency Thomson Reuters United States Deadly force Federal Bureau of Investigation Washington
4 Oakland police officers fired after underage sex scandal
The investigation of Oakland’s Police Department is winding down as a dozen officers face repercussions for having sexual contact with a teenage sex worker. Four will be terminated, seven suspended without pay and one will undergo counseling. Read Full Article at RT.com
500 points by Russia Today | Police Constable Rape Crime Sexual intercourse Police officer Law enforcement agency Police brutality
Man shot by deputy after high-speed chase in central Georgia
BARNESVILLE, Ga. (AP) - Authorities say a man wanted on aggravated stalking charges was shot by a deputy after a high-speed chase near a high school in central Georgia. Lamar County Sheriff Brad White tells local news media that Tyler Pitts was wounded Thursday after a shootout with deputies. Police ...
-1 points by The Washington Times | United States Police Federal Bureau of Investigation Lamar County Georgia High school Sheriff Constable Law enforcement agency
How the FBI went easy on Hillary Clinton
It’s clear now the FBI conducted a sweetheart investigation into Hillary Clinton’s e-mail shenanigans that appears to have been fixed from the start to go nowhere. Far from exonerating Clinton, the nearly 60 pages of documents expose both the systematic destruction of subpoenaed evidence by Clinton’s aides and the curious lack of interest by investigators...
4190 points by New York Post | Federal Bureau of Investigation J. Edgar Hoover United States Department of Justice J. Edgar Hoover Building Bill Clinton Law enforcement agency Drug Enforcement Administration 9/11 Commission
Child predator caught by tiny clue in photo

17208 points by CNN | Police Child pornography Law enforcement agency Interpol Child sexual abuse Europol Federal Bureau of Investigation Law enforcement and society
Roger Thomas Clark, Silk Road suspect, defies extradition efforts 10 months after arrest
Roger Thomas Clark, a Canadian man accused of helping operate Silk Road, the now defunct internet drug bazaar, vowed to beat efforts to have him extradited to the United States in his first interview since being arrested last year in Thailand. Mr. Clark, 55, has been held in Bangkok jail ...
14 points by The Washington Times | Federal Bureau of Investigation United States Department of Justice Prison United States Crime Special agent Collateral consequences of criminal charges Law enforcement agency
City doesn't want to keep paying leave to cop who shot teen
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - A South Carolina city is firing an officer more than a year after he shot an unarmed teen because it doesn't want to pay him to be on administrative leave any more. The Seneca Police Department released its paperwork to fire Lt. Mark Tiller on Thursday. ...
-1 points by The Washington Times | South Carolina Federal Bureau of Investigation United States Police Columbia South Carolina North Carolina United States Constitution Law enforcement agency
Body of kidnapped Montana woman found in trunk of her car near Spokane
A woman who was kidnapped at a Montana rest stop in broad daylight was able to talk with her husband by cellphone several times and even talked with police, but she was dead by the time authorities found her car 325 miles away near Spokane International Airport, Montana authorities said. Rita Maze,...
-1 points by Chicago Tribune | Police Montana Idaho Spokane Washington Washington Law enforcement agency Federal Bureau of Investigation Helena Montana
The Latest: Sheriff: School shooter was 14-year-old freshman
ALPINE, Texas — The Latest on a shooting inside a high school in West Texas (all times local):2:20 p.m.Authorities say the girl who shot and injured a female student at a West Texas high school was 14-year-old freshman.Brewster County Sheriff Ronny Dodson said during a news conference Thursday afternoon that a motive behind the shooting at Alpine High School remains unclear. Dodson says the 14-year-old later died of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. Her name hasn't being released.
-1 points by Boston Herald | Police High school Law enforcement agency Alpine Texas Constable Texas Brewster County Texas Sheriff
Denver police identify man held for investigation in West Highland’s slashing case
Denver police Thursday identified a 46-year-old man being held for investigation in the slashing of a customer sitting in a West Highlands restaurant earlier this week.
3 points by The Denver Post | Manhattan Federal Bureau of Investigation Law enforcement agency United States New York City Colorado Week-day names J. Edgar Hoover
The Latest: Paxton promises help after school shooting
ALPINE, Texas (AP) — The Latest on a shooting inside a high school in West Texas (all times local):
-1 points by Arizona Daily Star | Law enforcement agency High school Police Thomas Jane Lance Henriksen Attorneys general Dave Rudabaugh Attorney general
FBI probe shadows City Council's return
Philadelphia City Council returned from its three-month summer recess Thursday, proceeding with business as usual despite the cloud of an FBI probe looming over the office of Majority Leader Bobby Henon.
24 points by The Philadelphia Inquirer | Federal Bureau of Investigation Councillor Law enforcement agency City City council Municipality Philadelphia Early childhood education
Police: Alleged serial rapist arrested
Multi-agency effort arrests man suspected in crimes dating back to 2011        
-1 points by The Detroit News | Police Law enforcement agency Crime Wayne County Michigan Metro Detroit Constable Law enforcement Federal Bureau of Investigation
Alleged metro Detroit serial rapist arrested
The suspect is believed responsible for sexual assaults and home invasions dating to 2011.        
27 points by Detroit Free Press | Crime Police Constable Law enforcement agency Federal Bureau of Investigation Criminal justice Collaboration Metro Detroit
Dearborn police: Alleged serial rapist arrested
Multi-agency effort arrests man suspected in crimes dating back to 2011        
-1 points by The Detroit News | Police Law enforcement agency Crime Wayne County Michigan Metro Detroit Constable Law enforcement Federal Bureau of Investigation
Dearborn police arrest alleged metro Detroit serial rapist
The suspect is believed responsible for sexual assaults and home invasions dating to 2011.        
27 points by Detroit Free Press | Crime Police Constable Law enforcement agency Federal Bureau of Investigation Criminal justice Collaboration Metro Detroit
Ukrainian defense officials face criminal charges in Russia over Donbass genocide
Russia’s Investigative Committee has launched criminal cases against Ukrainian Defense Ministry and General Staff officials over the genocide of Russian-speakers in the self-proclaimed Donetsk republic. Read Full Article at RT.com
482 points by Russia Today | Army Law enforcement agency Russia Military Police Ukraine Soldier Military history
Baltimore Inspector General's report shows $9 million in savings, restitution to be paid to city
The Baltimore inspector general's office saved the city about $9 million in the last year by preventing waste, avoiding unnecessary expenses and recovering money, according to a report released Thursday.Inspector General Robert H. Pearre Jr. outlined the work his office performed during the 2016...
-1 points by Baltimore Sun | Waste management Scrap Inspector Federal government of the United States Inspector Clouseau Law enforcement agency
Forrester, Gatsas spar over National Guard and drug crisis in WMUR debate
Sparks flew at Tuesday’s WMUR/Union Leader Republican gubernatorial candidates’ debate when state Sen. Jeanie Forrester suggested Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas didn’t know what law enforcement was doing in his own city to stop the drug crisis.For weeks, Forrester has been advocating for the use of the...
5 points by Concord Monitor | Police Law enforcement agency United States National Guard Global warming John E. Sununu New Hampshire Law enforcement Federal Bureau of Investigation
Man with 110 cocaine packets in stomach caught by Australian police
The cocaine added up to more than 2 pounds. A man was caught at Sydney Airport with 110 packets of cocaine in his stomach, law-enforcement officials say. Australian Federal Police  SYDNEY, Australia -- A man arrived in Australia from Thailand after a nine-hour flight with a full stomach, but not from airline food. Police say the man, 48, was caught at Sydney Airport on Sept. 1 after the flight and told officers he had more than 100 packets of cocaine in his stomach, according to a news release from the Australian Federal Police. The man passed 46 packets, then he was taken to a hospital, where 64 were removed. It added up to 2.4 pounds of cocaine. "Importing drugs internally is extremely dangerous as it can lead to serious health risks and even death," said ABF Acting Commander Organized Crime Branch Lesley Dalton in the news release.  The man was taken into custody and charged with importing a marketable quantity of border-controlled drug. If convicted, he could be sentenced to up to 25 years in prison. If you'd like to comment on this post, please visit the cleveland.com crime and courts comments section.
43 points by The Plain Dealer | Australia Police Law enforcement agency Crime Federal Bureau of Investigation Sydney Drug addiction Criminal justice
Calif. cops disciplined for shocking sex scandal involving teen
The department came under fire after investigators revealed that as many as 30 cops at some point had sex with 19-year-old Celeste Guap.
1623 points by Daily News | Police Constable Law enforcement agency Criminal Investigation Department Sexual assault Detective Alameda County California Prostitution
What exactly are 'sanctuary cities' in immigration policy?
There's a lot of talk about "sanctuary cities" this election, so we dug into exactly what they are and how they work.
246 points by The Washington Post | Law enforcement agency Police Immigration Immigration to the United States U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Federal Bureau of Investigation Illegal immigration Illegal immigration to the United States
Authorities identify man shot, killed by Georgia officer
ALBANY, Ga. (AP) — Georgia state crime investigators have identified a man shot to death after they say he lunged at a police officer as 55-year-old Robert Lee Brown.
-1 points by Arizona Daily Star | Federal Bureau of Investigation Police Law enforcement agency Criminal justice Thunderstorm Tornado Death Constable
Detroit police revisit arming officers with Tasers
Chief supports them as a way to avoid using deadly force; others say there’s still risk of death when deployed        
-1 points by The Detroit News | Police Constable Deadly force Police officer Police brutality Taser Law enforcement agency Law enforcement agency powers
Flash before your eyes: Hacking technology for law enforcement revealed
Hacking software can be used to spy on anything that connects to the internet. A secret video of one spyware company’s software exposes how they trick users into downloading their program, allowing the other party to track their every move. Read Full Article at RT.com
309 points by Russia Today | Mobile phone Adobe Flash Law enforcement agency Malware Apple Inc. Potential IPhone Drop-down list
Fire officials: 2 dead in Fort Lauderdale house fire
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) - Authorities say two people have died in a house fire in Fort Lauderdale. A Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue spokesman tweeted that crews found flames going through the roof of the home when they arrived early Thursday morning. Firefighters found the two bodies inside the home. ...
-1 points by The Washington Times | Police Constable Washington D.C. Major League Soccer Criminal Investigation Department Law enforcement agency The Washington Times Ireland
Search underway for inmate who escaped Birmingham work site
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - Authorities are searching for an inmate who they say escaped from a work site in Birmingham. News agencies report that officials with the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency say 56-year-old Paula Smith left her assigned job location Wednesday afternoon. The exact location of Smith's job site wasn't ...
-1 points by The Washington Times | Alabama Law enforcement agency Elmore County Alabama Inch Law Police Imperial units United States customary units
Abducted woman, found dead, had called husband
Rita Maze, 47, told her husband and police that she was hit over the head and kidnapped.         
4032 points by Arizona Republic | Law enforcement agency Federal Bureau of Investigation Police Spokane Washington Idaho Constable Montana United States
FBI launches billboard campaign to find Baltimore Co. man charged in mail fraud case
The FBI launched a billboard campaign Wednesday to track down a Lutherville man who is wanted in an alleged $50 million mail fraud scheme.Brian Keith Wallen, 52, is one of two men named in a federal indictment unsealed Wednesday. The June indictment alleges that Wallen was the CEO of companies...
-1 points by Baltimore Sun | Baltimore County Maryland Federal Bureau of Investigation Plea Fraud Law enforcement agency Baltimore United States Secret Service United States Department of Justice
Abducted woman calls family from trunk, dies before rescue
HELENA, Mont. — A woman who was kidnapped at a Montana rest stop in broad daylight was able to talk with her husband by cellphone several times and even talked with police, but she was dead by the time authorities found her car 325 miles away near Spokane International Airport, Montana authorities said. Rita Maze,...
906 points by New York Post | Montana Police Idaho Spokane Washington Washington Law enforcement agency Helena Montana Federal Bureau of Investigation
Accused Kansas bank robber tells police he prefers jail to living with wife
Lawrence Ripple took money from a bank, then sat down and waited for police to arrive, reports say. Lawrence RippleWyandotte County Detention Center via AP  KANSAS CITY, Kansas -- A man arrested after a bank robbery last week told police that given the choice between going to prison and living with his wife, he'll take prison. Police say Lawrence John Ripple, 70, went to the Bank of Labor on Friday in Kansas City and gave the teller a note claiming he had a gun and demanding money, the Kansas City Star reports. After receiving the money, Ripple sat down in the bank's lobby and waited for authorities to arrive, telling a bank guard, "I'm the guy you're looking for." Ripple later told investigators he had been arguing with his wife and no longer wanted to live with her. "Ripple wrote out his demand note in front of his wife ... and told her he'd rather be in jail than at home," an FBI agent wrote in an affidavit, the Star reports. Ripple was charged in federal court on Tuesday. If you'd like to comment on this story, visit our crime and courts comments section.
280 points by The Plain Dealer | Federal Bureau of Investigation Bank robbery Criminal justice United Kingdom Kansas Kansas City Missouri Law enforcement agency Court
50 years after Valerie Percy slaying, judge asks to see police records
Fifty years after Valerie Percy was killed in her North Shore home in what has become one of the Chicago area's most notorious unsolved cases, Kenilworth police are fighting the release of documents, arguing the investigation remains active. But Wednesday, a Cook County judge ordered Kenilworth...
-1 points by Chicago Tribune | Police Law enforcement agency Suspect Federal Bureau of Investigation Jay Rockefeller Person of interest United States Release
Man charged in Minneapolis mosque threat
Federal prosecutors have charged a 57-year-old man with threatening a Minneapolis …
-1 points by Las Vegas Sun | Federal Bureau of Investigation Lawyer United States United States Department of Justice U.S. state Egypt September 11 attacks Law enforcement agency
FBI’s ability to operate without oversight in cyber space at issue
Judge Robert Bryan of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington might not realize it, but his actions may affect the extent to which the FBI emphasizes the law enforcement or intelligence-gathering aspects of its mission. Bryan recently …
-1 points by Las Vegas Sun | Federal Bureau of Investigation Law enforcement agency Zero day attack Law United States Intelligence Community Director of National Intelligence Vulnerability Exploit
3 arrested after man kidnapped from Denver area adult store
LAKEWOOD, Colo. (AP) - Authorities say a man was kidnapped in suburban Denver and held for five days until his family paid $200,000 in ransom. Police on Wednesday announced the arrests of three men accused of kidnapping the 27-year-old from an adult store in Lakewood. A fourth suspect remains at ...
1 points by The Washington Times | English-language films United States Court Kidnapping Ransom Horse Law enforcement agency Crime
Ex-State Sen. Thomas Libous begs judge for 'mercy'
Former State Sen. Thomas Libous has begged a federal judge who will sentence him for lying to FBI agents to have 'mercy.'
11 points by Daily News | United States Prostate cancer Federal Bureau of Investigation Cancer Law United States Marshals Service Vitamin D Law enforcement agency
Search continues for man who killed son, wounded ex-wife
NORLINA, N.C. (AP) - A North Carolina police chief says a man wanted for killing his son and wounding his ex-wife before using Facebook to admit to the attack might have been spotted in Richmond, Virginia. Norlina Police Chief Taylor Bartholomew said Wednesday afternoon that authorities are still looking for ...
-1 points by The Washington Times | Constable United States North Carolina United States Marshals Service Law enforcement agency English-language films Federal Bureau of Investigation Virginia
Hundreds of Chromebooks meant for Providence schools stolen
CUMBERLAND, R.I. (AP) - Hundreds of laptops meant for Providence students have been stolen from a Cumberland FedEx distribution center. WJAR-TV reports (http://bit.ly/2caNHOi ) the Dell Chromebooks were stolen in June and the FBI is now investigating. The Providence School Department says the missing shipment isn't the department's responsibility because ...
-1 points by The Washington Times | Federal Bureau of Investigation Rhode Island Law enforcement agency J. Edgar Hoover English-language films United States Department of Justice Organized crime The Washington Times
FBI renews search for Calif. college student missing for 20 years
The FBI has renewed a search for a California college student who vanished more than 20 years ago.
134 points by Daily News | United States Federal Bureau of Investigation Cal Poly California Polytechnic State University University Sheriff Law enforcement agency Suspect
Carpentersville men arrested with 3 kilograms of heroin
Two men from northwest suburban Carpentersville were arrested Wednesday after police searched their homes and uncovered about 3 kilograms of heroin.
1 points by Chicago Sun-Times | Kane County Illinois United States Drug addiction Drugs Drug Enforcement Administration Police Law enforcement agency Controlled Substances Act