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  • Windsor Man Arrested In Hartford With Illegal Firearm

    HARTFORD - A 27-year old Windsor man was arrested Thursday after police discovered an illegal firearm in his possession. Police said they were patrolling in the area of 79 Sumner St. due to complaints of drug activity in the area when they spotted a...
  • Child Sex Trafficking Case Goes To Jury

    HARTFORD – A federal jury Friday afternoon began deliberations but did not reach a verdict in the case of accused child-sex trafficker Edward "Fire" Thomas, charged with recruiting two girls, age 17 and 16, from Oregon to engage in commercial sex...
  • Blowtorch-wielding robbery suspect in custody, police say

    The blowtorch-toting robbery suspect who allegedly stole cash and vodka from a Glendale deli Saturday evening is in custody and police have reportedly linked him to a similar robbery in Long Beach, authorities said. The man, identified as Jermeile...
  • Cops: Suspect captured with jewelry from Clermont burglaries

    Cops: Suspect captured with jewelry from Clermont burglaries
    A 47-year-old man suspected in a string of burglaries had several necklaces, rings and other jewelry in his possession when he was arrested, Clermont police said. Jose Miguel Aviles of Clermont was apprehended after a West Osceola Street resident...
  • Sheriff candidate Granteed had missing I.A. files

    Sheriff candidate Granteed had missing I.A. files
    When Scott Israel was running for Broward County sheriff, his opponents made much of the fact that some of his Internal Affairs files at Fort Lauderdale Police Department were missing. But now we know that Israel isn't the only one with missing I.A....
  • FDLE report reveals cronyism in Fruitland Park

    The Florida Department of Law Enforcement has concluded its investigation of Fruitland Park city officials, and the State Attorney's Office has decided not to charge anyone with any crimes. But, oh, the leftover stench. The 35-page report reeks —...
  • Palm Beach County considers tightening rules for in-home caregivers

    Palm Beach County considers tightening rules for in-home caregivers
    Concerns about crimes against the elderly and disabled could trigger fingerprinting and licensing requirements for more in-home caregivers in Palm Beach County. Hiring home aides to prepare meals, run errands, oversee medication or just watch over people...
  • Pair targeted dozens of Coral Springs cars during burglary spree, police say

    Pair targeted dozens of Coral Springs cars during burglary spree, police say
    An alert resident spotted two men peering into car windows and pulling door handles in the early morning darkness Thursday and called Coral Springs police. Investigators found the men and say the duo targeted about 35 cars, including a marked police...
  • Police bill of rights protects officers from frivolous claims

    Police bill of rights protects officers from frivolous claims
    As an attorney in the field, I feel compelled to point out the numerous inaccuracies about Maryland's Law Enforcement Officers' Bill of Rights in Susan Goering's recent commentary ("Reform Maryland's officers' bill of rights," Jan. 16). Readers of The...
  • Nuggets guard Ty Lawson arrested on suspicion of DUI

    Nuggets guard Ty Lawson arrested on suspicion of DUI
    Denver Nuggets' point guard Ty Lawson was arrested and charged with drunken driving on Friday morning, after he admitted to drinking before he was pulled over for speeding, according to a police report. Lawson, 27, was pulled over on Park Avenue West in...
  • Congo's Senate votes down measure that drew protests over concerns elections would be delayed

    Congo's Senate voted Friday to eliminate a measure in an electoral law that critics say would have prolonged the president's time in power and drew massive protests this week. The Central African country's lower house voted last week to require a...