Posts Tagged: crime news

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So Long, Mail Fraud

Maybe it’s for the best that the Post Office is winding down its operations. Last December, 13 Chicago resident made the news when they were charged with bank fraud for cashing $2.5 million in corporate checks that they stole from

post office

So Long, Mail Fraud

Maybe it’s for the best that the Post Office is winding down its operations. Last December, 13 Chicago resident made the news when they were charged with bank fraud for cashing $2.5 million in corporate checks that they stole from

They Need a Warrant to Read Your Email Now

Last week the Senate Judiciary Committee passed a bill that would require law enforcement officials to obtain a warrant before garnering evidence from a suspect’s Yahoo, Gmail or Facebook account, among others. Under the current law, the 1986 Electronic Communications

They Need a Warrant to Read Your Email Now

Last week the Senate Judiciary Committee passed a bill that would require law enforcement officials to obtain a warrant before garnering evidence from a suspect’s Yahoo, Gmail or Facebook account, among others. Under the current law, the 1986 Electronic Communications

Think Before You Post

When people talk trash about you on social media, of course you want to respond. You’ve got to remember, however, that there will be consequences to what you write, even if you delete the post. Facebook and Myspace posts are

Think Before You Post

When people talk trash about you on social media, of course you want to respond. You’ve got to remember, however, that there will be consequences to what you write, even if you delete the post. Facebook and Myspace posts are

$50,000 Reward for Chiropractor’s Killer

“Members of the Los Angeles Police Department and Councilman Paul Koretz held a news conference Thursday morning to announce a $50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the person who beat to death a popular Palms chiropractor.” Read

$50,000 Reward for Chiropractor’s Killer

“Members of the Los Angeles Police Department and Councilman Paul Koretz held a news conference Thursday morning to announce a $50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the person who beat to death a popular Palms chiropractor.” Read

The Chief of Police Speaks

The U.S. Department of Justice has published a podcast interview with William J. Bratton, former chief of police of both Los Angeles and New York City. Read the transcript here.

The Chief of Police Speaks

The U.S. Department of Justice has published a podcast interview with William J. Bratton, former chief of police of both Los Angeles and New York City. Read the transcript here.

All About Lizzie

New information on the1893 Lizzie Borden double murder case has been released. “The journals by attorney Andrew Jackson Jennings were willed to the Fall River Historical Society by Jennings’ grandson, Edward Saunders Waring, who recently died.” Read about the journals

All About Lizzie

New information on the1893 Lizzie Borden double murder case has been released. “The journals by attorney Andrew Jackson Jennings were willed to the Fall River Historical Society by Jennings’ grandson, Edward Saunders Waring, who recently died.” Read about the journals

Top 5 Cities for Gang Violence

This list will surprise you. The Atlantic Cities has compiled a list of the top five cities for gang violence in the U.S., and one of the cities is in Oklahoma. That’s right, Oklahoma. The cities that ranked highest were

Top 5 Cities for Gang Violence

This list will surprise you. The Atlantic Cities has compiled a list of the top five cities for gang violence in the U.S., and one of the cities is in Oklahoma. That’s right, Oklahoma. The cities that ranked highest were

Researchers Develop Formula for Serial Killers

Researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles, released a mathematical analysis of a Russian serial killer’s behavior based on the way that neurons fire in the brain. Law enforcement officials may be able to use this formula to determine

Researchers Develop Formula for Serial Killers

Researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles, released a mathematical analysis of a Russian serial killer’s behavior based on the way that neurons fire in the brain. Law enforcement officials may be able to use this formula to determine

Unlicensed, Uninsured Driver Sues Police

An unlicensed, uninsured driver who was found to be at fault in a collision with a police car has filed a lawsuit against the officer involved. Read more on The Hour.

Unlicensed, Uninsured Driver Sues Police

An unlicensed, uninsured driver who was found to be at fault in a collision with a police car has filed a lawsuit against the officer involved. Read more on The Hour.