A spokeswoman said Monday's autopsy failed to determine conclusively the cause of death of 55-year-old Neil Begin, who was shot Friday afternoon during an encounter with a Maine State Police trooper and a U.S. Border Patrol agent at Begin’s mobile ho
A police officer who became famous worldwide after a YouTube video showed him shoving a cyclist off his bike seemingly without provocation has been acquitted of assault. But Patrick Pogan, formerly of the New York Police Department, was found guilty
And in today’s daily contempt-of-cop story, Ft. Lauderdale Police Officer Jeff Overcash did not appreciate a man asking him for his badge number, so he pulled out his handcuffs and arrested him. And it was all caught on video.
Eric Rachner, a Seattle cyber security expert and one of the golf players, wasn't satisfied when the city dismissed charges against him after a possibly illegal arrest for refusing to provide identification.
A Chester New York police officer was arrested on public lewdness & child endangerment charges for allegedly exposing his genitals to two young girls at one location and then doing the same to two others at a different location.
As we’ve seen happen so many times before in police brutality cases, evidence against the Prince George’s County police officers who beat up a University of Maryland student has gone missing. ABC 7 News is calling it a “bizarre coincidence.” Un
Police broke into the home of Gizmodo editor Jason Chen and confiscated 4 computers and 2 servers, the tech blog reports. Gizmodo broke the news last week about Apple's next-generation iPhone, after paying a source who found it in a California bar
A missing surveillance video covering the area where a University of Maryland student was beaten by police last month has been found -- sort of. Channel 7 has learned the previously missing 90-minute disc has a two-minute gap.
The Southern California homes of dozens of white supremacists were raided as part of a probe into a string of potentially deadly booby trap attacks targeting police officers. None of the arrests were directly related to the booby trap attacks
Mehrens added the prosecutors' decision to drop the charges highlighted one of the "most slanted, biased investigations" he'd ever seen. "(Barnes) feels somewhat vindicated, but he feels they'll just keep going back and back to bring him to his knees
“Oath Keepers as an organization feels that a confrontational stance, such as has been published, places this event, in public perception, outside the terms of our stated and published mission...
"The irony in the above video is that the man hired to protect the courthouse from “terrorists” is the one doing the terrorizing by making violent threats against law-abiding citizens."
A judge in an Ohio county is urging citizens to be vigilant and carry firearms because of budget cuts to the sheriff's department.
This piece of human garbage was a seven-year veteran of the agency who targeted illegal immigrant men in their late teens and 20's. Once he had them in custody he would 'search' them, you know...inside their undies and around the 'do not touch' spots
Josephine Skinner's grandson Dequan was 11 or 12 years old a few summers ago when she says he had a run-in with a Camden police officer who neighbors claim terrorized them for years. As the youth crossed the street to buy a soda at a store, she sa
An East St. Louis police officer pleaded guilty to violating the civil rights of a handcuffed suspect he punched in the mouth. Antonio McWherter, 47, of Belleville, faces up to a year in prison and a fine up to $100,000 when he is sentenced later on
More laws, regulations and police mean more chances to run afoul of them. Extremely helpful video from Cato that details how to deal with a police encounter, which is always stressful. Video is 44 minutes long and narrated by Baltimore trial attorn
State Rep. Cloves Campbell Jr., who has called for Authement's dismissal, said officers always claim they were assaulted after any altercation. "This officer was putting his hands on Michael Johnson and pushing him back 15 to 20 feet when he almos
Police in this picturesque city in rural Riverside County have been on edge in recent weeks. Someone is trying to kill them.
To hear them tell it, the five police agencies who apprehended 39-year-old Oregonian David Pyles early on the morning of March 8 thwarted another lone wolf mass murderer. The police "were able to successfully take a potentially volatile male subject
A loud banging on the door pried Rob Rudnick from sleep's insistent embrace shortly before 7AM. When he opened the door to the Georgia warehouse that serves as unofficial headquarters for Neal Horsley's gubernatorial campaign
The Rapid City Police Department says Newsome, an aircraft armament system craftsman who spent 9 years in the Air Force, was not cooperative when they showed up at her home in November with an arrest warrant for her partner, who was wanted on theft c
As much as you may burn inside to say what this man says,...don't do it.
"...That's rich! So Lipstick Joe and the Boyz totally thought they had destroyed all the evidence against them only to find out a 3rd party vendor had been backing all their city correspondence due to corruption in another matter. So much corrupti
More than a dozen armed State Police officers conducted simultaneous raids last week on three popular Philadelphia bars known for their wide beer selections. The cops confiscated hundreds of bottles of expensive ales and lagers, now in State Police c
A few months ago, Zebulun and Elijah Colbourne were among 5 New York City teenagers arrested and held overnight in jail in order to fill an official quota. The citation claimed that the teenagers, who had been racing in the sidewalks,
"The coffee klatch provides an opportunity for people to ask officers about local crime trends, crime prevention tips or updates on local changes."
Based on a true story... What happens when a drunk Phoenix cop shows up in the turf of a rival gang? Beware the shiny badge brigade!
Maryland became the first state in the country to make every one of its police departments issue a report on how often and for what purpose they use their SWAT teams. The first reports from the legislation are in, and the results are disturbing. O
Someone named Lawrence Schweinsburg wrote a letter to the Baltimore Sun to criticize Mayor Cheye Calvo and to offer a general defense of the widespread use of SWAT teams. His letter is worth breaking down and addressing piece by piece.