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  • 2 OPD officers facing criminal charges, prosecutors say

    2 OPD officers facing criminal charges, prosecutors say
    Two Orlando police officers are facing criminal charges, accused of using violence while arresting suspects in unrelated cases, prosecutors say. Officer Phillip Chase Fugate faces two counts of misdemeanor battery and Officer William Escobar faces two...
  • Alligator found at San Fernando Valley home had lived there 37 years

    Alligator found at San Fernando Valley home had lived there 37 years
    An 8-foot-long alligator has been living in the backyard of a San Fernando Valley home for about 40 years, animal control officials said Wednesday. Officers from the Los Angeles Animal Services Department found the alligator Monday inside a wooden crate...
  • Maryland State Police superintendent named Pennsylvania commissioner

    Maryland State Police superintendent named Pennsylvania commissioner
    Outgoing Maryland State Police Superintendent Col. Marcus L. Brown has been selected to head the Pennsylvania State Police as commissioner, Gov.-elect Tom Wolf announced Thursday. In a release, Wolf said Brown, with 25 years of law enforcement...
  • Ex-Tequesta police chief who shot sleeping wife in Ga. has no violent past

    The former Tequesta police chief who dialed 911 to report accidentally shooting his wife as she slept in their suburban Atlanta home early New Year's Day led a career in Palm Beach County that is filled with promotions and accolades. As soon as the...
  • Murder charges pursued in Albuquerque police shooting of homeless man

    A New Mexico prosecutor on Monday said she was pursuing murder charges against two Albuquerque police officers involved in the shooting death of a homeless camper last year, a process she vowed would be more transparent than the grand juries that were...
  • Woman sentenced to 15 years in Orange deputy's killing

    Woman sentenced to 15 years in Orange deputy's killing
    Deputy Jonathan Scott Pine was running late for work Feb. 10, 2014, but he still took time to help his kids get their Valentine boxes ready for school, his wife tearfully recalled in an Orlando courtroom Wednesday. As he left to begin his shift, "the...
  • Puerto Rico sees lowest homicide rate in nearly 15 year as island takes steps to fight crime

    The crime wave that marred Puerto Rico's image in recent years appears to have ebbed, with homicides decreasing and both residents and police adopting new measures to track problems and improve public safety. The island of 3.7 million people had 681...
  • Video shows four men who robbed Palos Verdes Estates couple

    Video shows four men who robbed Palos Verdes Estates couple
    Surveillance footage released Tuesday shows the four men who tied up and robbed a couple at gunpoint inside their Palos Verdes Estates home over the weekend. The robbery occurred about 8 p.m. Saturday in the 1700 block of Lower Paseo La Cresta,...
  • Seeing evidence in Wrana case drives home tragedy of vet's death

    Seeing evidence in Wrana case drives home tragedy of vet's death
    Will the suburban Park Forest cop who fired five beanbag rounds from that 12-gauge shotgun at 95-year-old John Wrana go to prison? That's up to Associate Cook County Judge Luciano Panici. I don't know Panici, but after watching him in court Tuesday...
  • Man arrested at O'Hare on pimping charge

    Man arrested at O'Hare on pimping charge
    A Chicago man who authorities said was arrested on a pimping warrant while waiting to board a flight out of the country appeared in a Cook County courtroom Tuesday, where his bond was set at $60,000. Authorities said Jim Sacluti, 38, whose last known...
  • Isle of Wight deputy suspended after complaint of inappropriate contact with student

    A male Isle of Wight Sheriff's deputy, who until recently worked as a school resource officer at an Isle of Wight County high school, has been suspended and is under investigation after a complaint that the deputy had inappropriate contact with a student....