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Law Enforcement

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  • Citizens academy deadline extended

    GARY—The Gary and Indiana University Northwest police academy begins in less than a week, but organizers have pushed back the deadline in an effort to fill both classes. "We start on Tuesday, and unless we get more people to sign up for Gary, we...
  • Ex-wife of police officer arrested in connection with his murder

    Ex-wife of police officer arrested in connection with his murder
    The ex-wife of a Central Valley police officer has been arrested in connection with his murder, the Tulare County Sheriff's Department said Saturday.  Erika Sandoval, 23, of Visalia was arrested about 5 p.m. on suspicion of murder, Sheriff Mike...
  • Prosecution rests in ex-Burr Oak employees' trial

    Prosecution rests in ex-Burr Oak employees' trial
    The prosecution rested its case Monday evening in the trial against Terrence and Keith Nicks, brothers charged with removing and desecrating human remains, as well as removing gravestones and markers from the historic Burr Oak Cemetery in Alsip. The...
  • PIs plead not guilty in Costa Mesa spying case; can keep firearms licenses

    PIs plead not guilty in Costa Mesa spying case; can keep firearms licenses
    Two private investigators accused of conducting illegal surveillance on a pair of Costa Mesa city councilmen during the 2012 election season pleaded not guilty Friday to felony charges of conspiracy and false imprisonment. The defendants, Christopher...
  • Private eyes accused of tailing O.C. councilmen plead not guilty

    Private eyes accused of tailing O.C. councilmen plead not guilty
    Two private eyes accused of conducting illegal surveillance on a pair of Costa Mesa city councilmen during the 2012 election season have pleaded not guilty and will be allowed to keep their state-issued licenses to carry firearms as they await trial....
  • Police identify off-duty officer stabbed in South Baltimore

    Police identify off-duty officer stabbed in South Baltimore
    Baltimore police identified the off-duty Baltimore police officer who fired his gun when he was stabbed in an apparent robbery Saturday night in South Baltimore as Rashard King, 27. He was treated and released from the hospital Sunday, the department...
  • In murder trial, mental illness again raises tough questions about defendant who confessed

    In an interrogation that stretched 12 hours, the man confessed to the murder and supplied chilling details of the crime. Stepping before jurors in an upstate New York courtroom, prosecutors pointed to those admissions as damning proof of guilt, dismissing...
  • A change in the landscape: L.A.'s parks no longer belong to street gangs

    A change in the landscape: L.A.'s parks no longer belong to street gangs
    At Sycamore Grove Park in Highland Park a few weeks ago, I met a 32-year-old bank teller named Uscolia Flores. She's lived most her life within walking distance of this 15-acre park, which winds along between the 110 and Figueroa Street. ------------...
  • Police: Armed robbery suspect stole $200, purse from Gages Lake store

    Police: Armed robbery suspect stole $200, purse from Gages Lake store
    Police and a K-9 unit searched unsuccessfully Friday afternoon for an armed robbery suspect in Gages Lake. According to the Lake County Sheriff's Office, a masked man with a small, silver snub-nosed revolver walked into the Gages Lake Food and Liquor...
  • Detectives probe Montclair case of 2 men shot dead after bound by tape

    Detectives probe Montclair case of 2 men shot dead after bound by tape
    Detectives and a CSI team were investigating the scene inside a garage in Montclair on Monday where two men whose mouths and wrists were bound by duct tape were found shot dead the night before. Witnesses told police that a third person with bound...
  • Feds should investigate shooting by PBSO deputy

    Feds should investigate shooting by PBSO deputy
    The FBI, which is reportedly investigating whether the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office violated the civil rights of minorities, should expand its inquiry to include the shooting death of Seth Adams by a deputy whose superior had questioned his...