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  • State police warn of fake cop armed with gun and badge

    A man suspected of impersonating a police officer allegedly threatened to shoot a woman after stopping her for a traffic violation Friday on Route 248 in Carbon County because she did not produce her identification, state police in Lehighton said....
  • Architect's vision: New life for downtown Catasauqua

    For more than a decade, Vincent Smith has sought to fill the four-block hole in the heart of Catasauqua. Last week, the Borough Council president saw renderings of what the long-awaited transplant might look like. From brick facades, windows...
  • Man posed as cop, forced immigrants to commit sex acts, police say

    Man posed as cop, forced immigrants to commit sex acts, police say
    A 35-year-old San Francisco man has been arrested on suspicion of posing as a police officer and forcing Central American immigrants into committing sexual acts, authorities said Monday. Jeffrey Bugai reportedly placed handcuffs on some of his victims...
  • Islamic State crushes and coerces on march towards Baghdad

    BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Using its own version of "soft" and "hard" power, the Islamic State is crushing resistance across northern Iraq so successfully that its promise to march on Baghdad may no longer be unrealistic bravado. While conventional states try...
  • Michael Gordon and Gregory Solowsky: More to Lauderhill police story

    The membership of the Lauderhill Police Department unions, who are represented by the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #161 and the Lauderhill Police Lieutenants Chapter of the Police Benevolent Association, would like the opportunity to respond to the...
  • Fired Broward lieutenant imprisoned for five years in Rothstein scandal

    Fired Broward lieutenant imprisoned for five years in Rothstein scandal
    Fired Broward Sheriff's Lt. David Benjamin was sentenced to five years in federal prison Monday for acting as Scott Rothstein's law enforcement muscle. He was handcuffed behind his back and taken into custody in the courtroom — about three feet...
  • Klan wizard: Fruitland Park deputy police chief never in the KKK

    Klan wizard: Fruitland Park deputy police chief never in the KKK
    The Imperial Wizard of the United Northern and Southern Knights of the Ku Klux Klan Monday rebutted claims that Fruitland Park Deputy Police Chief David Borst was ever a member of the white-supremacist group. "He didn't belong [to the KKK] and I just...
  • Mayo: Real-life Bad Lieutenant worst Rothstein case yet

    Mayo: Real-life Bad Lieutenant worst Rothstein case yet
    It's not every day you get courtroom drama as riveting as the stuff on television. But it happened on Monday, when a former top cop in the Broward Sheriff's Office was sentenced to five years in federal prison — and was publicly confronted by the...
  • ID released of man killed in Lauderdale construction accident

    ID released of man killed in Lauderdale construction accident
    Police Tuesday identified Jose Alfredo Isagirrez-Mejia as the man who died when a beam collapsed at a Fort Lauderdale construction site. Isagirrez-Mejia was 29. Two other men who were injured in the incident that happened shortly before 8 a.m. at 2601...
  • Woman, apparently drunk, lying on ground at mall with boy, 5, in her care, police say

    Woman, apparently drunk, lying on ground at mall with boy, 5, in her care, police say
    The woman lying on the ground reeked of alcohol, police said. Standing near her was a 5-year-old boy in a Spider-Man T-shirt and shorts. This was the disturbing scene at the Town Center at Boca Raton mall on Thursday at about 8:15 p.m., according to a...
  • Tinley Park passes change to shoplifting law

    Tinley Park passes change to shoplifting law
    Tinley Park officials have formally changed the town's shoplifting law to allow village police officers more flexibility in dealing with certain first-time offenders. Public Safety Chairman Brian Maher formally introduced the proposed ordinance change...