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  • Renewed outrage after O.C. double murder trial is delayed again

    Renewed outrage after O.C. double murder trial is delayed again
    A Costa Mesa double-murder case has been further delayed after the judge said Friday that he would not remove himself from the trial of Daniel Patrick Wozniak, who is accused of killing two Orange Coast College students in 2010. Superior Court Judge...
  • Protests of immigrant shooting reflect nation's political tensions

    PASCO, Wash. The latest fatal encounter caught on video between police and an unarmed man this time, a Mexican national shot to death in Pasco has stoked the wave of nationwide protests over race and inequality after incidents in Ferguson, Mo., and Staten...
  • Milwaukee police: Officer injures man who pointed gun at him

    Milwaukee police say an officer shot and injured an 18-year-old man who pointed a gun at him. According to a news release, officers were dispatched at about 1 p.m. Saturday after firefighters who responded to a call for medical help discovered an...
  • Investigate Orlando cop paid by prostitute: Our Take

    Investigate Orlando cop paid by prostitute: Our Take
    Wrong call on cop Florida law says that anyone accepting money earned through prostitution has committed a crime. In popular vernacular it's called pimping. So it's exceedingly curious that the Florida Department of Law Enforcement took no action...
  • Former Ontario cop accused of sex with 17-year-old girl he met on duty

    Former Ontario cop accused of sex with 17-year-old girl he met on duty
    A former Ontario police officer is free on bail after he was arrested on suspicion of having sex with a 17-year-old girl he met while on duty, authorities announced Friday. Tyler Stone, 30, surrendered to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s...
  • Police sergeant, on leave since June, fired

    A Burbank police sergeant who had been placed on administrative leave last June has been terminated, officials said. Mike Parrinello, who supervised about seven officers in the property crimes section of the investigations division, was terminated...
  • In local visit, FBI chief warns of 'drift' to cellphones beyond 'law's reach'

    In local visit, FBI chief warns of 'drift' to cellphones beyond 'law's reach'
    CHESAPEAKE — FBI Director James Comey warned Thursday about a "drift" taking place that could make law enforcement agents unable to gather information from many cellphones even if they have a valid court order to do so. Because of technological...
  • Davie teen turns himself in after creepy messages traumatize boy

    Davie teen turns himself in after creepy messages traumatize boy
    A camp counselor accused of sending creepy and threatening chat messages to a 13-year-old boy for nearly a year turned himself in to authorities Thursday morning. Robert Yagid, 18, of Davie, is facing a juvenile felony charge of aggravated stalking...
  • Officer accidentally shoots himself at Bridgeview courthouse

    Officer accidentally shoots himself at Bridgeview courthouse
    A Chicago police officer accidentally shot himself at the Bridgeview courthouse Wednesday morning. Authorities said the wound was not serious, and no one else was injured. The officer was in the weapons room at the back of the courthouse when the gun...
  • Carroll deputy to become police chief in Vermont town

    Carroll deputy to become police chief in Vermont town
    HARTFORD, Vt. (AP) — A deputy chief from Carroll County's Sheriff's Department will become the chief of police in the Vermont town of Hartford. Town officials say Phillip Kasten is due to start March 1. Hartford Town Manager Hunter Rieseberg...
  • Creepy messages to kids prompt cyberstalking investigation

    Creepy messages to kids prompt cyberstalking investigation
    UPDATE: Robert Yagid turned himself in Thursday morning to authorities on a juvenile charge of aggravated stalking, according to an arrest affidavit.  Her 13-year-old son's inexplicable tears and fears had her alarmed. He didn't want to be alone. He...