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  • Baltimore vacants are linked to crime, as are other indicators

    Vacant buildings are many things: signs of decay, eyesores and dangerous. They might also hold a strong relationship to crime. According to frequently updated data provided by Open Baltimore, there is a strong correlation between vacant buildings and...
  • Middletown Man Charged With Assaulting Woman

    Middletown Man Charged With Assaulting Woman
    MIDDLETOWN — A Chestnut Street man faces a host of charges after he allegedly assaulted a woman and then drove drunk, according to police. Eugene Pirro, 55, is accused of pulling clump of hair from the woman's head and punching and kicking her....
  • Police: Shootings followed challenges to fight at Musikfest

    Police: Shootings followed challenges to fight at Musikfest
    Court records released Monday show last week's shooting that wounded two men as police were prepping to clear Musikfest arose from challenges to fight that were made earlier that night at the Bethlehem festival. The details were made public a day...
  • Man wanted in Bethlehem shooting surrenders in Ohio, police say

    Bethlehem police said a man charged with shooting another man in the back last week outside a South Side bar has been arrested in Ohio. Manuel Collazo, 30, surrendered to authorities in Ohio on Monday morning and remains in custody of the Lake County...
  • LAPD misclassified nearly 1,200 violent crimes as minor offenses

    LAPD misclassified nearly 1,200 violent crimes as minor offenses
    Once police had Nathan Hunter in handcuffs, they tended to his wife. She was covered in blood. She told the officers Hunter flew into a rage that night in February 2013 because she hadn't bought him a Valentine's Day gift. He beat and choked her...
  • Protests near St. Louis continue for slain teen after riot, arrests

    Protests near St. Louis continue for slain teen after riot, arrests
    Hundreds of protesters gathered at a suburban St. Louis police station on Monday demanding murder charges against an officer who shot to death an unarmed black teenager over the weekend. The largely peaceful protests, monitored by about 50 police...
  • Overdose patient charged with fighting with hospital staff, biting security guard

    A 32-year-old man being treated for an overdose Tuesday at an Allentown hospital fought with hospital staff and bit a security guard, , according to court records. Allentown police were dispatched at 7:25 p.m. to St. Luke's Hospital, 1736 Hamilton St.,...
  • Gloucester weekly crime log

    In the 6800 block of Waltons Lane On Aug. 2, a credit card fraud report was filed in which a male victim lost his wallet in Gloucester on July 29. On the same date, a purchase was made a Wal-Mart in Gloucester for $368.96 and two additional purchases...
  • Former gubernatorial candidate arrested in shooting

    Former gubernatorial candidate arrested in shooting
    A Republican candidate who finished fifth in the June primary race for governor of California was arrested Friday as a suspect in a Fresno County shooting that left one man wounded and a horse dead, officials said. Fresno County Sheriff’s...
  • Police: Norwich Man Assaulted Child

    NORWICH — A local man was charged Friday with assaulting a 2-year-old child in his care, police said. Anyello Frayind, 29, of Central Avenue, punched the child in his leg and dragged him across the floor while caring for the child, police said....
  • Gang member charged with slashing Allentown teen

    An Allentown gang member awaiting trial in a city stabbing was charged Thursday with slashing an Allentown teen in the face with a box cutter last year, according to court records. Emmanuel L. Lopez, 25, with no current address, admitted last week that...