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  • Blotter: Stealing nitrous oxide in Libertyville

    Blotter: Stealing nitrous oxide in Libertyville
    The following were taken from police reports: A 24-year-old Waukegan man was arrested on Dec. 28 at 1:52 a.m. on Milwaukee Avenue at Lake Street and charged with DUI-alcohol and drugs, possession of cannabis, possession of drug paraphernalia, improper...
  • Suspected DUI Driver Tried To Attack Officers, Bristol Police Say

    Suspected DUI Driver Tried To Attack Officers, Bristol Police Say
    BRISTOL — A city man who police said walked away from officers during a sobriety test and tried to assault them was arrested on several charges Tuesday night. William E. Dodge, 51, of Harrison Street — known for being a state leader of the Ku...
  • Lawyer for Saints' Galette says woman alleging domestic violence injured by dog

    A lawyer for Saints sack leader Junior Galette said a woman accusing the player of battery had her earring ripped out and was scratched by a dog that was reacting to her yelling. Galette and his cousin, Terrance Banks of Newark, New Jersey, were arrested...
  • Bethlehem police: Man assaults three, hits former roommate with refrigerator door

    Bethlehem police: Man assaults three, hits former roommate with refrigerator door
    Bethlehem police said a man assaulted three people at a Third Avenue apartment, hitting one woman with a refrigerator door and pushing a man down a flight of metal stairs. Andrew Dennis Smith, 30, of the 500 block of Third Avenue is charged with...
  • Suicide bomber hits recruits gathered at police academy in Yemeni capital, killing at least 37

    A suicide bomber rammed his explosives-laden minibus into a gathering of recruits outside a police academy in the heart of Yemen's capital on Wednesday, killing at least 37 people in the latest high-profile attack to hit Sanaa. No one immediately claimed...
  • Alabama signs DL Jonathan Taylor, who Georgia dismissed after arrest for assaulting girlfriend

    Defensive lineman Jonathan Taylor enrolled at Alabama, six months after Georgia dismissed him following an arrest for assaulting his girlfriend. Alabama announced Wednesday that eight signees had started classes and were eligible to participate in spring...
  • Police Officer Dies In Shooting At Paris' Edge, Amid Tension

    PARIS (AP) — An assailant opened fire on a police officer on the southern edge of Paris early Thursday, killing her and injuring a nearby street sweeper before fleeing, officials and a witness said. France's interior minister cautioned against...
  • Police officer dead in shooting at Paris' edge amid tensions over deadly newspaper attack

    An assailant opened fire on a police officer on the southern edge of Paris early Thursday, killing her and injuring a nearby street sweeper before fleeing, officials and a witness said. France's interior minister cautioned against jumping to conclusions a...
  • Two plead guilty in Ocean City fight that killed North Whitehall man

    Two plead guilty in Ocean City fight that killed North Whitehall man
    Two men have pleaded guilty in the beating death of a North Whitehall Township man during a fistfight this summer in the Maryland resort town of Ocean City, authorities said. Caleb Edwin-Earl Ochse, 28, and Christopher Blake Kendall, 22, pleaded guilty...
  • Police: Hartford Man Charged With Lighting Van On Fire

    Police: Hartford Man Charged With Lighting Van On Fire
    HARTFORD — A call from a citizen on Wednesday led officers to Bond Street where a city man was lighting a van on fire, police said. Hector Lleras, 22, was located by officers in the area and he was taken into custody after assaulting a community...
  • Defending democracy: 'I Am Charlie' protesters rally globally to back free speech, reject fear

    From Berlin to Bangkok, tens of thousands took a stand against living in fear, as rallies defended the freedom of expression and honored the victims of a Paris newspaper attack. Viewing the Paris killings as a cold-blooded assault on democracy, people...