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  • Men get prison for 2011 Yorkville pizzeria robbery

    Men get prison for 2011 Yorkville pizzeria robbery
    Two men who are already serving prison terms for a series of pizzeria robberies in the Naperville-Aurora area have now been convicted of robbing a pizzeria more than three years ago in Yorkville. Cory M. Paytes, 25, of the 100 block of Eastfield Road in...
  • How to prevent identity theft while on vacation

    How to prevent identity theft while on vacation
    Summer travel is full of sun and fun, but a stolen passport or hacked email account can quickly dampen the experience. Having personal information compromised while on the road is relatively common. A recent study by ProtectMyID, the identity theft...
  • Man brought to Pennsylvania to face charges in Wilson rape case

    A man charged in a 2004 rape in Wilson was extradited from New York on Monday, according to authorities. Wilson police have said they linked Jason Davies, 40, to the attack through DNA evidence. He is charged with rape, involuntary deviate sexual...
  • Man steals friend's car, demands $5K for its safe return, police say

    Man steals friend's car, demands $5K for its safe return, police say
    With friends like these, who needs enemies? Police said Jammel Many, 18, stole his friend's car and then demanded $5,000 for its safe return. A Delray Beach man let his friend, whom he knows as "Paul Hoag" borrow his car on Sunday, according to an...
  • OPD: Rooftop burglar stole more than 70 guns and fled on 3-wheel bicycle

    OPD: Rooftop burglar stole more than 70 guns and fled on 3-wheel bicycle
    Neal Crasnow described the gun heist from his store on Orange Blossom Trail early Tuesday like a scene out of a movie. The burglar or burglars ripped a hole in the ceiling of Al's Army Navy store, shimmied down a rope and climbed back up with two bags...
  • Teens charged with Aurora burglary

    Teens charged with Aurora burglary
    Two teens were charged with burglary within hours of allegedly ransacking an Aurora home on Tuesday morning. Aurora Police Department spokesman Dan Ferrelli said police were called around 11 a.m. to investigate a residential burglary that occurred in...
  • Justice Antonin Scalia (yes, Scalia) rules for a criminal defendant

    Justice Antonin Scalia (yes, Scalia) rules for a criminal defendant
    Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has received a lot of criticism for his scabrous dissenting opinions in the same-sex marriage and Affordable Care Act decisions. (Some comedians have even turned Scalia’s dissents into a song.) But Scalia is...
  • Law enforcement seeks to bar release of video showing Gardena police shooting

    Organizations representing police chiefs and officers from around the state have filed legal briefs supporting an effort to bar the release of videos that recorded Gardena police fatally shooting an unarmed man and seriously wounding another. The Los...
  • Boynton police searching for man who robbed Uber driver

    Boynton police searching for man who robbed Uber driver
    Police are searching for a man who robbed an Uber driver early Saturday. The driver reported the robbery at about 12:34 a.m. after picking up a man wearing a black T-shirt and blue jeans in Lantana, according to Boynton Beach Police. Once the man...
  • Carol R. Richards: 'No Outlet' means just what it says

    Carol R. Richards: 'No Outlet' means just what it says
    If you live in Annapolis or the surrounding neighborhoods, you probably know right away what the road sign "No Outlet" means. In Anne Arundel County it means that if you drive down that road, you will come to water, maybe the Chesapeake Bay, maybe a...
  • Ex-officer to trial on charges he had sawed-off, stolen gun

    A former western Pennsylvania police officer must stand trial on charges he had three illegal sawed-off shotguns at his home — including one taken from a police evidence room — when police responded to a domestic dispute at his home. The...