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Law Enforcement

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  • LAPD's Beck says community partnerships vital to school campus safety

    LAPD's Beck says community partnerships vital to school campus safety
    LAPD Chief Charlie Beck called Friday for an investment in community partnerships to keep school campuses safe at an event of educators, university security officials, professors and others. Addressing a sold-out crowd of the Campus Safety Conference at...
  • Bethlehem police warn of PPL impostor phone scam

    Bethlehem police are warning residents that if someone calls you claiming to be from PPL and threatens to shut off your power unless you immediately pay a grossly overdue bill, you should hang up and call the Allentown-based utility. Police said four...
  • Arizona professor gets probation for scuffle with campus police

    MESA Ariz. (Reuters) - An Arizona professor was sentenced on Friday to nine months' probation for scuffling with campus police after being stopped for walking in the middle of a street at night. Ersula Ore, an assistant English professor at Arizona State...
  • Hartford Officer Comes Face-To-Face With Gunman, Opens Fire

    HARTFORD — A Hartford police officer searching for a carjacking suspect early Thursday came face to face with the suspect and his handgun, then fired two rounds. No one was struck by gun fire. "The officer walks around the corner of a house [and]...
  • Nine more killed after week of violence in China's Xinjiang

    Nine more killed after week of violence in China's Xinjiang
    BEIJING (Reuters) - Nine militants were shot dead and one captured in China's restive far western region of Xinjiang on Friday, state media said, the latest bout of violence in a week in which dozens have been killed there. The official Xinhua news...
  • Charity provides funeral for baby who died of starvation

    Charity provides funeral for baby who died of starvation
    The coffin gleamed white, measuring just a couple of feet. On top, a bouquet of ferns and pink roses cascaded down. Inside lay a baby, Mya Gianna Edwards, whom prosecutors allege was starved to death by her parents. Light streamed onto the coffin...
  • Man charged in fatal Edgewater crash

    Man charged in fatal Edgewater crash
    A North Side man has been charged with reckless homicide and numerous traffic violations after police say he plowed into pedestrians and parked cars in the Edgewater Beach neighborhood, killing a 71-year-old man and injuring five other people....
  • Fuel truck driver charged with damaging covered bridge in South Whitehall

    Fuel truck driver charged with damaging covered bridge in South Whitehall
    A fuel truck driver was charged Thursday with trying to cross historic Wehr Mill Covered Bridge in South Whitehall Township last week while hauling almost four times the bridge's weight limit, authorities said. Robert J. Wolkowicz, 48, of Upper Saucon...
  • National Night out in Burbank to be held at police station

    Burbank’s annual National Night Out will be held Tuesday at the city’s police station, as it’s moved from its regular location on the Chandler Bikeway. More than two dozen city departments and organizations will have booths, games or...
  • New York may regulate costumed characters after unseemly incidents

    New York may regulate costumed characters after unseemly incidents
    These are tough times for Batman in Gotham City. His fellow comic book characters hustling for tips in Times Square are giving superheroes a bad name. Spider-Man even punched out a cop last week. And there's a new mayor with an attitude that does...
  • Father shot dead 6 days after son slain: 'It hurts so much'

    Father shot dead 6 days after son slain: 'It hurts so much'
    Victoria Chamilien last spoke with her cousin Sam Walker after he returned from a police station, where he viewed surveillance footage of the killing of his 13-year-old son. “He was heartbroken but he wasn’t questioning God’s timing,&...