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Law Enforcement

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  • Lawsuit claims Hollywood cops resorted to false arrest to get back at man for threatening to file complaint

    Lawsuit claims Hollywood cops resorted to false arrest to get back at man for threatening to file complaint
    Rob Pinto walked into the Hollywood Police Department to complain about being stopped by two men he mistakenly thought were masquerading as cops. He walked out in handcuffs, charged with a first-degree felony after police accused him of impersonating...
  • Nation and world news briefs

    WASHINGTON The Obama administration is seeking to block a federal judge's ruling last week that halted programs intended to grant deportation waivers to up to 5 million immigrants living in the U.S. illegally. The motion, filed Monday in the U.S....
  • Muslim students' slayings investigated as possible hate crime, FBI says

    Muslim students' slayings investigated as possible hate crime, FBI says
    The FBI announced late Thursday that it had opened a preliminary hate-crime investigation into the slayings of three Muslim students in Chapel Hill, N.C. "The FBI is continuing to provide assistance to the Chapel Hill Police Department to process...
  • Jury sides with Honolulu police chief's wife in lawsuit

    A jury sided with the Honolulu police chief's wife Thursday in a financial dispute that pitted her against her 95-year-old grandmother and uncle. After deliberating for a few hours, the jury reached a verdict essentially clearing Chief Louis Kealoha's...
  • Washington city sees 4 police killings in recent months

    Four people have been shot and killed by police in recent months in this agricultural city of 68,000 in southeastern Washington, and the most recent death of an orchard worker accused of throwing rocks at officers has sparked protests after witnesses said...
  • How cases involving 2 NYC cops and 2 unarmed men measure up

    The indictment of New York Police Department Officer Peter Liang Wednesday on charges of manslaughter and criminally negligent homicide in the stairwell shooting of Akai Gurley comes two months after a grand jury declined to charge Officer Daniel Pantaleo...
  • Class gives residents glimpse into police use of force

    Class gives residents glimpse into police use of force
    Penny Wolf held the gun firmly in her hand and prepared to shoot. "Arms up. Put the weapon down," she shouted, and aimed her weapon at the suspect's chest. In a split second, she fired the gun, and the armed man fell to the ground. The scenario...
  • Camp counselor accused of cyberstalking boy released on home detention

    Camp counselor accused of cyberstalking boy released on home detention
    A Broward judge placed a Davie camp counselor on home detention Friday after he was accused of sending menacing messages to a 13-year-old boy. Robert Yagid, 18, is facing a juvenile felony charge of aggravated stalking for sending to the boy since March...
  • Law and Order: Porter County

    2 charged with theft of wiring from farm Two men have been charged with stealing copper wiring from a Washington Township farm, the only crime in Porter County tied by police to a series of similar raids in LaPorte County. Uriah Price, 24, of...
  • Reward offered for fatal Morton Grove hit-and-run info

    A $1,000 reward is being offered for information that leads to the arrest of the person who struck and killed an 86-year-old Morton Grove resident and left the scene on Jan. 12. Richard Mikulec was crossing the street at Shermer Road and Harlem Avenue at...
  • Investigate Orlando cop paid by prostitute: Our Take

    Investigate Orlando cop paid by prostitute: Our Take
    Wrong call on cop Florida law says that anyone accepting money earned through prostitution has committed a crime. In popular vernacular it's called pimping. So it's exceedingly curious that the Florida Department of Law Enforcement took no action...