A naked Florida man was rescued from a gator--for the second time in less than 16 months.
An Illinois man plans a smoke-in event to prove he owns his business. An Illinois State's Attorney plans to arrest and fine him to prove he doesn't.
Feb. 25--MACHIAS -- Sheriff Donnie Smith of the Washington County Sheriff's Department has ordered his staff members not to work with the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency until further notice.
Can MySpace friends equate to biker gang affiliation? - A Dallas Oregon man says he never expected to be in trouble for the company he keeps, especially at the age of 51. But some of Les Lowen's MySpace friends may have ties to biker clubs or
Police Chief John Romero has launched an investigation into who sent the packages. He said police are contemplating criminal charges, possibly at the federal level. [the author insists the plaques are "fakes" yet they look real to me]
Mr Brown's father Bryan, who has given statements to investigating officers, said about a week after the alleged incident he spoke to the officer who tasered his son. The officer said "it shut him up, didn't it?", and hung up, he sa
Police chief Henry Whitehorn said the district attorney and the Justice Department will investigate the case of a woman who is seen in a police department video lying in a pool of blood in an interrogation room. Angela Garbarino, 42, said she was bea
Your 22-year-old daughter is missing for 4 days, her two-year-old dropped off at a local police station. You tell the police that you feel your daughter is in danger. Pomona police leave a dead girl's body in van next to police station for 4 days
Camera phones put law enforcement under surveillance
Apparently unaware that Republican conventions are complete snooze-fests, police in the capitol city seek to taser-up in preparation. [insert salacious comment about freaky things "conservatives" do behind closed doors here]
A sheriff's deputy who was videotaped dumping a paralyzed man from a wheelchair onto a jailhouse floor has been charged with abuse of a disabled person, a third-degree felony, said Hillsborough County Sheriff David Gee.
Same shorts, same cart, same bad attitude. It's Rivieri Gone Wild, Part Deux.
Zooming in on local speed trap provides detailed information such as the type of speed detection used, posted speed limit, rating, and level of enforcement.
Drive though some Baltimore neighborhoods at night and it quickly becomes obvious: The blinking blue-light cameras show the police are watching. But the police also are being watched.
Documenting the "drug war" from the perspective of drug warriors and drug dealers. A lot of time with an ex-DEA agent nicknamed Dime Bag Joe.
While none of the items in the shop are illegal, authorities allege Spencer [Gifts] may have run afoul of the state statute by having sexually explicit items available for purchase and display to minors. [Layton, UT, not Layton, Saudi Arabia]
Officer Rivieri, perhaps you should review the definition of assault and battery of a minor.
The Department of Public Safety is telling potential bidders to be prepared to put up to 170 speed and red-light cameras systems along Arizona highways and at intersections. More than 100 anticipated under Gov. Janet Napolitano's recent proposed
16 real cop comments made during arrests. Taken from in-car videos.
Police have arrested a motorist they say had a 24-pack of beer strapped in with a seat belt but had a 16-month-old girl unrestrained in the back seat with the toddler's mother.
This is a rather disturbing video of a woman seeking help after an assault, and then was later treated as a criminal. Still wondering why she was stripped in the first place. Viewer beware
Coming soon to a police force near you: the Taser shotgun, capable of firing a debilitating electronic zap from 20 meters -- twice the reach of current 50,000-volt stun guns.
Teams of police officers equipped with submachine guns and bomb-sniffing dogs are set to begin daily patrols of the busiest sections of the city subways this month, in what officials describe as a first for a U.S. mass transit system. [happy, happy j
Way too damned much fun if you ask me, made even more amusing by humorless cops!
On the night of July 29, 2007, a Senegalese-born American citizen living in Cottonwood, Arizona, was driving home from her job as a nurse's aide in an unlit, unpopulated route through the desert, she suddenly saw flashing lights in her rearview m
A former Atlanta police officer pleaded guilty Thursday to extortion charges that were uncovered in the ongoing federal investigation of the fatal shooting of an elderly woman during a botched drug raid in 2006.
And if people use these detectors without a permit, Vallone asked, do we really have to put them in jail? Afraid so, [terror expert] Falkenrath answered.
Amateur photographer Bogdan Mohora, who was jailed in Seattle last year when he snapped a few photos of the police arresting a man, was awarded an $8,000 settlement this month by the city.
Federal law enforcement officers are immune from lawsuits for mishandling, losing or even stealing personal property that comes under their control in the course of their official duties, the Supreme Court ruled in a 5-to-4 decision. [sweet]
A Minnesota man who died after being Tasered by state troopers this week was a healthy 29-year-old, his family said Thursday.