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  • Suspect arrested in Edgewater Drive armed robbery

    Suspect arrested in Edgewater Drive armed robbery
    In the past week, several businesses on Edgewater Drive have been targeted by armed robbers, although the Orange County Sheriff’s Office says it is not likely to be the same suspect each time. The sheriff’s office just announced that it is...
  • Thief uses stolen card to withdraw cash, buy beer, pump gas

    Thief uses stolen card to withdraw cash, buy beer, pump gas
    Broward Sheriff's Office detectives are hoping someone recognizes an oddly clad criminal who withdrew money from an ATM using a card stolen from a woman's car. Surveillance video released Wednesday shows a man wearing tall white socks, slides, a black...
  • Officers find stash of counterfeit credit cards during traffic stop for cracked windshield

    Officers find stash of counterfeit credit cards during traffic stop for cracked windshield
    Talk about cracking the case. Wilton Manors police put three men behind bars Tuesday after officers discovered a stash of counterfeit credit cards and money during a traffic stop over a cracked windshield. John Hora, 20, of Pompano Beach, was behind...
  • Routine traffic stop leads to arrest of Uber passengers, suspected identity thieves

    A traffic stop led police to bust a “sophisticated” credit card manufacturing operation in Glendale that yielded hundreds of fraudulent credit cards, as well as materials to make them, officials said. Last Thursday evening, police stopped the...
  • Man Sentenced To 5 Years In Hartford Crack Case

    Man Sentenced To 5 Years In Hartford Crack Case
    HARTFORD — One of the men charged in an FBI task force investigation into drug trafficking and gang violence in the city's North End was sentenced Tuesday to five years in federal prison. A jury found Morris Carter, Jr., 46, of Hartford, guilty of...
  • Police: Upstate NY man's abduction tale lands him in jail

    State police say a New York man who was the subject of a missing person investigation has been charged with making up a story about being abducted in a rural upstate town. Troopers say 31-year-old Yishiro Hamata of Morris in Oneonta County couldn't be...
  • Police search for suspect in attempted Papa John's robbery

    Police search for suspect in attempted Papa John's robbery
    Anne Arundel County police are searching for a suspect in an attempted robbery of a Glen Burnie Papa John's Pizza Wednesday. Officers responded to a call for a robbery in progress at 12:13 a.m. at the restaurant on S.W. Pershing Avenue, police said....
  • Baltimore mayor pledges improved riot gear before Freddie Gray verdict

    Baltimore mayor pledges improved riot gear before Freddie Gray verdict
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said Wednesday that Baltimore police will be equipped with new riot gear before verdicts in the Freddie Gray trials come down. The pledge was made after Rawlings-Blake acknowledged that officers did not have enough shields...
  • Ex-Costa Mesa church volunteer convicted of sexually abusing boys

    Ex-Costa Mesa church volunteer convicted of sexually abusing boys
    A former Costa Mesa Sunday school volunteer was convicted Wednesday of sexually assaulting five boys and trying to abuse a sixth. Christopher McKenzie, 51, didn't react, looking on steadily as a jury's guilty verdicts on 20 felony counts were read in...
  • Judge pulls bond of teacher in student-sex intimidation case

    PITTSBURGH — A western Pennsylvania high school teacher awaiting trial on charges he had sex with a student and previously intimidated the girl by contacting her must remain jailed for again phoning and emailing the girl despite a court order, a...
  • Breaking down Baltimoreans on Sheila Dixon

    Breaking down Baltimoreans on Sheila Dixon
    All Baltimoreans who were here for her trial knew this day was coming — the day Sheila Gift Card would announce her intention to regain the office she dishonored. I'm guessing we split into three camps: Never Again: These are the Baltimoreans...