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  • NYC officer's gun may have discharged accidentally in man's death

    By Sebastien Malo NEW YORK (Reuters) - A New York City officer shot and killed an unarmed man in a dimly lit stairwell of a Brooklyn housing project, in what may have been an accidental discharge of his weapon, the police commissioner said on Friday. Akai...
  • Judge says Tonkins trying to stall $845K embezzlement trial

    Judge says Tonkins trying to stall $845K embezzlement trial
    Just nine days before their $845,000 embezzlement trial is set to begin, Nancy and William Tonkin drew the ire of a Lehigh County judge on Friday by complaining about their attorney and asking for a continuance. "Quite frankly, I see this as a stall...
  • With Ferguson decision looming, Holder issues new police guidance

    WASHINGTON With a grand jury decision on the Ferguson shooting death of Michael Brown expected soon, the Justice Department today has released new guidelines to help "maintain public safety while safeguarding constitutional rights" of demonstrators who...
  • Suspect, 15, charged as adult in death of Oakland Park woman

    Suspect, 15, charged as adult in death of Oakland Park woman
    A teenager accused of fatally stabbing his Oakland Park neighbor in the chest during a burglary is being charged as an adult. D'Marcus Tucker, 15, appeared in Broward bond court Friday and was ordered held without bond on charges of murder, burglary...
  • Child-sex attempt in Lake Mary leads to 17-year sentence

    Child-sex attempt in Lake Mary leads to 17-year sentence
    A man who traveled to Seminole County earlier this year in hopes of having sex with two girls was recently sentenced to 17 years in federal prison. The Polk County man, Edward Alan Vadney, traveled from Winter Haven to Lake Mary in May to have sex...
  • ACLU wins federal court orders on right to film police in Ferguson, elsewhere

    ST. LOUIS The ACLU of Missouri has secured three federal court orders regarding citizens' right to record police, as the region girds for potential protests in the days ahead. The orders signed by U.S. District Judge John A. Ross are in response to a...
  • Sam Giancana's daughter aims to cash in on gangster's memorabilia

    Sam Giancana's daughter aims to cash in on gangster's memorabilia
    He was one of Sin City’s original gangsters, an international crime boss who liked to brag that he owned Las Vegas, and an unapologetic irritant of Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy. Sam Giancana has been dead for decades -- shot execution-style in...
  • Italy arrests doctors suspected of taking bribes to discourage breast feeding

    ROME (Reuters) - Italian police put 12 pediatricians under house arrest on Friday for allegedly accepting extravagant gifts from makers of baby milk formula to promote it in place of breastfeeding. Police have been investigating "a common and...
  • Crime Report: Izzy Cycles burglarized

    La CaƱada Flintridge Nov. 6 Burglary, residence: 5000 block of Gould Avenue. A woman received a call form her mother-in-law at 12:49 p.m., telling her someone had broken into the woman’s home while the mother-in-law took her grandchild to...
  • NYC pays former fast-food worker $437,000 to settle Big Mac glass case

    By Ellen Wulfhorst NEW YORK (Reuters) - A former McDonald's Corp worker accused and later cleared of putting glass shards in a police officer's hamburger will be paid a $437,000 settlement by the city of New York, authorities said on Friday. Albert...
  • Lower Macungie man forced girlfriend into prostitution to pay rent, police say

    Lower Macungie man forced girlfriend into prostitution to pay rent, police say
    A Lower Macungie Township man forced his girlfriend into prostitution last year so she could pay her rent, according to court records filed Monday. Chad J. Grohman, 35, of the 1400 block of Laurel Lane, had been the subject of an investigation since...