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  • Casey Kasem's body missing from funeral home, daughter's rep says

    Casey Kasem's body missing from funeral home, daughter's rep says
    Casey Kasem's body is no longer at the Washington state funeral home that had been keeping it, a rep for the radio icon's eldest daughter said Friday. The situation is "pure insanity," rep Danny Deraney told the Los Angeles Times, confirming that the...
  • Baltimore County statistics show crime decreased in 2013

    Baltimore County statistics show crime decreased in 2013
    Baltimore County police reported overall declines in crime in 2013, but the area that includes Towson saw increases, according to statistics released Friday. Total crime, as well as violent crime, fell more than 5 percent against previous five-year...
  • Two arrested in Easton police drug raid

    Drug raids targeting heroin sales in Easton led to searches of two homes on Ferry Street and the arrest of two people on possession charges Friday morning. Nigel Jules, 31, and Krystal Shupe, 23, of 609 Ferry St., were arrested in their home on charges...
  • More questions arise in probe of Fruitland Park police, KKK ties

    More questions arise in probe of Fruitland Park police, KKK ties
    An FBI informant who identified two Fruitland Park police officers as members of the Ku Klux Klan is identified in a state investigative report as the KKK's Grand Dragon in Florida, who himself was forced to quit the same police department in 2009 because...
  • Commentary: City enforcement at motels is working

    The recent Costa Mesa Motor Inn's hearing before the Planning Commission regarding long-term stays vindicates the mayor's common-sense approach to our motel dilemma. An unsettling, two-hour presentation amply demonstrated that motels originally...
  • Cop killed in crash was over legal alcohol limit: coroner

    Cop killed in crash was over legal alcohol limit: coroner
    A rookie Waukegan police officer killed in a single-car crash last weekend had a blood alcohol content 3 1/2 times higher than the legal limit to drive, according to the Lake County Coroner’s Office. Officer Jason J. Mueller was off-duty when...
  • Police release photos of Kabab Way burglary suspects

    Police release photos of Kabab Way burglary suspects
    Glendale police released security photos on Friday of two men suspected of breaking into the Kabab Way restaurant and stealing a key to a Mercedes and $600 in cash. Between 2 and 2:30 a.m. on June 13, the suspects gained entry into the restaurant,...
  • N.Y. police seek link between body parts found in two towns

    N.Y. police seek link between body parts found in two towns
    Homicide investigators in Long Island, N.Y., are investigating the discovery of a dismembered body and other scattered human remains found in two towns earlier this month. On July 8, police found the partially dismembered body of a woman in a parking...
  • Volunteering in Anne Arundel

    Community action A variety of volunteer opportunities are available in association with the wide array of programs offered by the Community Action Partnership. Information: 410-626-1800 or ghuntley@aaccaa.org. Wildlife sanctuary The nonprofit...
  • Bristol Police Investigate Afternoon Shooting

    BRISTOL — Police are investigating a shooting that took place Friday afternoon on Davis Drive. Police responded to the area after shots were fired just before 5 p.m. A 25-year-old man who was not identified suffered non-life threatening injuries...
  • Police use of radar keeps motorists safe

    This is a response to Paul Carpenter's column, "Police radar proposal is about money, not traffic safety." I have been a cop for more than 37 years, 32 with a large suburban New Jersey police department. Radar is used by municipal police in every state...