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  • One brother takes the 5th as other brother is on trial in Liberty 911 hoax

    It was a question that a Bethlehem investigator kept returning to as he interrogated a man suspected in a hoax 911 call that terrified Liberty High School students and parents by reporting that gunmen had entered the school. Sitting before detective...
  • Rare insanity defense in Allentown robbery trial

     Rare insanity defense in Allentown robbery trial
    A Lehigh County jury deciding an Allentown robbery trial this week will ponder one of the rarest questions ever asked in an American courtroom: Is the defendant not guilty by reason of insanity? Erick Contreras, 42, claims that he was in the throes of...
  • Police: Suspicious Package At Post Office Contained Clothes, Tioletries

    Police: Suspicious Package At Post Office Contained Clothes, Tioletries
    BRISTOL — A suspicious package found at the U.S. Post Office on North Main Street was found to be containing clothes and tioletries, police said. It was determined not to be a threat. Police received reports about the package at the post office...
  • Man charged in Edgewood triple stabbing that killed girl, 15, held without bail

    Man charged in Edgewood triple stabbing that killed girl, 15, held without bail
    A 21-year-old Bel Air man charged in connection with a triple stabbing in Edgewood on Saturday night that left a 15-year-old girl dead was denied bail Monday. District Judge David Carey ordered Ivan Enrique Molina Bustamante held in Harford County...
  • Crime Scene - Catching up with Ed Norris

    Crime Scene - Catching up with Ed Norris
    Matt Jablow talks with former Baltimore City Police Commissioner Ed Norris in this week's Crime Scene. Jablow, who worked briefly as Norris's Public Affairs Director, talks with the former commissioner about his former law enforcement career and his...
  • Broward Sheriff's Office wins civil rights award for homeless initiative

    Broward Sheriff's Office wins civil rights award for homeless initiative
    The basic needs and civil rights of homeless people in Broward County are big news lately: Fort Lauderdale is getting international attention for enforcing a new ordinance that restricts feeding the hungry outdoors. And there is an ongoing debate at the...
  • Fatal police shooting prompts strike by Israeli Arabs

    Schools and businesses were closed in protest throughout Arab communities in Israel on Sunday after the fatal shooting of a 22-year-old Arab man by Israeli police that sparked violent demonstrations over the weekend. Israeli Arab leaders called for...
  • Thanks to the election, big opportunities arise for L.A.

    Thanks to the election, big opportunities arise for L.A.
    In the aftermath of last week's elections, most commentary naturally focused on the changing balance in the U.S. Senate. But the effect of that shift on the lives of most people is likely to be negligible: A body where a minority of Republicans could...
  • Cops catch man, 30, performing sex act on teenage girl, say police

    Cops catch man, 30, performing sex act on teenage girl, say police
    After a 30-year-old man was allegedly caught by police while he performed a sex act on a teenage girl, Plantation police say they are searching for girls who may have been enticed into having a sexual relationship with him. Gary Robert Glanville, of...
  • Bloodied Sword, Meat Cleaver Entered Into Evidence In New Britain Murder Trial

    Bloodied Sword, Meat Cleaver Entered Into Evidence In New Britain Murder Trial
    NEW BRITAIN — Photographs of the crime scene and several items seized by police, including the sword and meat cleaver Jan Gawlik is accused of using to kill his father, were the focus of the testimony Tuesday during the second day of Gawlik's...
  • Shooting at mosque in Coachella might be a hate crime, police say

    Shooting at mosque in Coachella might be a hate crime, police say
    Coachella police are investigating a shooting at a mosque early Tuesday as a possible hate crime. Police said no one was injured in the 5:01 a.m. shooting, but several shots were fired at a vehicle and at the Islamic Society of Coachella Valley mosque...