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  • Arrestee's Ebola claim was false, sheriff says

    Arrestee's Ebola claim was false, sheriff says
    Broward County's busiest court was disrupted Friday and its biggest jail was locked down for four hours after a judge cleared a courtroom because an arrestee allegedly told police he had Ebola. Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue hazmat responders wearing...
  • Wrong-way driver running red lights led UCF police on 20-minute chase

    Wrong-way driver running red lights led UCF police on 20-minute chase
    A man who was arrested after leading cops on a 20-minute car chase, driving the wrong way and running red lights Thursday is no longer in police custody, officials said. University of Central Florida police first spotted the erratic driver, who they...
  • Five report sexual assaults at University of California Berkeley fraternity

    (Reuters) - Five people have reported that they were given a date-rape drug and sexually assaulted at an off-campus fraternity at the University of California, Berkeley, school police said on Friday. The five individuals told campus security that they...
  • $1M bail for man suspected of shooting 2 deputies, rifle found

    $1M bail for man suspected of shooting 2 deputies, rifle found
    A man accused of shooting two McHenry County sheriff’s deputies appeared before a judge who read the charges against him this morning during a brief hearing. Also Friday, officials recovered the rifle used in the attack against the deputies,...
  • New Allentown officers a mix of experience, youth

    New Allentown officers a mix of experience, youth
    Allentown police's swearing-in and badge-pinning ceremony mixed experience with youth. Four officers sworn in Friday join the department already having completed police academy training for other departments and are poised to hit the streets of...
  • 'Tattle-tale' lights help catch red-light runners in Newport News

    'Tattle-tale' lights help catch red-light runners in Newport News
    Those blue lights mounted on intersection signals in Newport News are not for advertising a sale. The blue lights are known as "tattle-tale lights" and are an aid for Newport News police to more easily spot motorists running red lights, according to...
  • Man sought for grabbing woman, girl from behind in Hollywood

    Man sought for grabbing woman, girl from behind in Hollywood
    Hollywood Police are circulating a composite sketch of a man suspected of trying to abduct a woman and a young girl in separate incidents. He walked up behind the juvenile at 6:33 a.m. Friday at 1900 Funston St. as she was going to school. He put what...
  • Profilers working behind scenes to help catch Eric Frein

    Profilers working behind scenes to help catch Eric Frein
    SCRANTON — As searchers continue to comb the forest for accused cop killer Eric Frein, others are working behind the scenes, analyzing evidence to develop a psychological profile they hope will lead to his capture. In comments to state lawmakers...
  • 'August: Osage County' Actress Misty Upham Confirmed Dead at 32

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - After a body was found Thursday believed to be that of "August: Osage County" actress Misty Upham, filmmaker friend and family spokesperson Tracy Rector confirmed that the body has been identified as Upham. She was 32. Upham...
  • Pennsylvania Supreme Court justice apologizes for sending sexually explicit emails

    Pennsylvania Supreme Court justice apologizes for sending sexually explicit emails
    HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Seamus McCaffery apologized Thursday for forwarding sexually explicit emails he said were meant only for the eyes of friends but became part of an ongoing state government scandal. McCaffery's...
  • Officer disciplined after Orlando cops fail to find car in lake

    Officer disciplined after Orlando cops fail to find car in lake
    An Orlando police sergeant has been disciplined for failing to properly search the area where a 39-year-old Haitian woman drowned inside her car after it plowed into a lake in February, the Police Department said. An internal investigation resulted in...