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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Restraints and Taser used on inmate prior to her death

    An inmate who died in custody after a stun gun was used on her had also been in restraints that included a light hood, Fairfax County Police said Thursday. The news release issued by police included new details and indicated Natasha McKenna, 37, of...
  • Neighbors: Vacant home Vanilla Ice is accused of burglarizing 'is an eyesore'

    Neighbors: Vacant home Vanilla Ice is accused of burglarizing 'is an eyesore'
    No one has lived in the home at the center of controversy involving '90s rapper Vanilla Ice since 2008, according to neighbors, and it's been a neighborhood black eye for years. Now it's gained notoriety as the home from which Vanilla Ice, whose real...
  • Judge refuses to throw out criminal charges against Orlando police officer

    Judge refuses to throw out criminal charges against Orlando police officer
    A judge Thursday refused to throw out criminal charges against an Orlando police officer accused of needlessly firing 23 shots at the driver of a car headed his way in a downtown parking garage. David Johnston, 25, of Ocoee, a two-year department...
  • 818 Roundup: Glendale breaks ground on arts community; School districts discuss Sagebrush

    818 Roundup: Glendale breaks ground on arts community; School districts discuss Sagebrush
    Good morning, 818! Today is Thursday, Feb. 19, 2015. Temperatures for today are expected to reach a high of 74 degrees and a low of 51 degrees with patchy fog in the evening, according to the National Weather Service. Here are your local headlines: --...
  • Alabama policeman arrested after video shows him slamming man to ground

    An Alabama police officer has been arrested after video emerged of him slamming an unarmed man to the ground after repeatedly trying to question him, law enforcement officials said. Officer Eric Parker of the Madison Police Department in northern...
  • Unarmed 15-year-old mistakenly shot by LAPD officer wants apology

    Unarmed 15-year-old mistakenly shot by LAPD officer wants apology
    A Los Angeles police shooting of a teenager this week has once again stoked law enforcement concerns about realistic-looking toy weapons, which have been part of fatal police clashes around the country and prompted calls for legislative action in...
  • Schaumburg chief: 'Culture of dysfunction' before 3 officers arrested

    Schaumburg chief: 'Culture of dysfunction' before 3 officers arrested
    As the trial date nears for the last of three former Schaumburg police officers charged with stealing from drug dealers and selling narcotics, the suburb continues to try to repair and contain the damage the scandal caused. In a village known more for...