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Law Enforcement

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  • FBI finds faulty communication, no crime in prison probe

    An FBI investigation into a scandal surrounding a private prison in Idaho turned up no evidence of crime, but it did show plenty of miscommunication and faulty assumptions between state agencies, federal prosecutors say. The U.S. Justice Department...
  • The Latest on Waco shooting: Arrest costs bus driver's job

    8:45 p.m. (CDT) A former San Antonio police officer has been fired from his job as a school bus driver after his arrest following a deadly shootout involving bikers at a Texas restaurant. A spokesman for the Northside Independent School District in...
  • Justice Department declines charges in Idaho prison scandal

    The U.S. Justice Department has declined to press criminal charges in connection with an investigation into allegations of contract fraud and public corruption at a private prison in Idaho. The FBI began investigating the Idaho Correctional Center last...
  • Magistrate grants 72-hour hold on recaptured Indiana inmate

    A magistrate has given prosecutors three more days to file charges against a jail inmate who escaped custody by overpowering a sheriff's deputy and stealing her police cruiser. Magistrate Dan Moore on Monday granted prosecutors a 72-hour hold and set...
  • North Lauderdale BSO chief suspended, removed from post

    North Lauderdale BSO chief suspended, removed from post
    North Lauderdale's district police chief is suspended with pay and has been ordered to turn in his badge. The Broward Sheriff's Office said Captain William Jackson, who ran the North Lauderdale department, was put on suspension for "conduct unbecoming...
  • Speak Out: Tinley Park police vehicle use just part of the issue

    To the commenter who complained about the Tinley Park police chief allowing his officers to use police cars for private use, the chief, who is also provided a car, has little say in when or where police officers drive their vehicles. It is a perk of the...
  • 5 Things to Know in Florida for May 21

    Your daily look at news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today. US INVESTIGATING FLORIDA PRISONER'S DEATH IN SCALDING SHOWER The U.S. Justice Department is investigating the death in a scalding shower of a Florida prisoner...
  • Correction: Inmate Escape-Capture story

    In a story May 17 about the capture of an escaped inmate, The Associated Press erroneously reported inmate Marcus Alan Bramlett's age as 35. He is 25. The AP also erroneously reported that Bramlett was a suspect in a hit-and-run crash on Friday. The crash...
  • Paris Hilton's brother turns himself in over alleged high-speed pursuit

    Paris Hilton's brother turns himself in over alleged high-speed pursuit
    Legal woes continue to plague Conrad Hilton, the younger brother of hotel heiress Paris Hilton. This time, Conrad Hilton turned himself in to authorities in Riverside County after allegedly leading an officer on a high-speed pursuit before crashing last...
  • Va. State Police investigating shooting by off-duty deputy

    State police are investigating a non-fatal shooting involving an off-duty Henry County sheriff's deputy. The shooting occurred early Sunday in Franklin County. According to media reports, 27-year-old Joshua Dean Nash of Martinsville is charged with...
  • Privacy often trumps transparency with police shooting videos

    Privacy often trumps transparency with police shooting videos
    Cameras mounted inside patrol cars captured every moment. With their guns drawn, Gardena police officers screamed instructions at three men on the sidewalk. The officers warned them to keep their hands above their heads, mistakenly believing that they...