Here’s yet another fake “crime” that the Feds ginned up: two “workers” at Houston’s airport agreed to smuggle heroin onto international flights after “undercover investigators” suborned them.
The Brooklyn district attorney, Charles J. Hynes, dropped all criminal charges on Monday against a young man whose arrest inside a Jewish community center in Brooklyn led to allegations of police brutality.
Thanks to a cash infusion from the Obama administration, motorists in Connecticut and Massachusetts may see police spotters on overpasses, looking for people who are texting while driving. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood announced that those t
“Bear! There are guys with guns outside!” shouted Marcella Cruz to her husband as she looked out the kitchen window of their farmhouse in Letha, Idaho. Timidly opening the kitchen door, Marcella – a small, slender, middle-aged woman
Surveillance video caught two NYPD officers in Brooklyn as they beat the crap out of a young shirtless guy at a Jewish youth center - who had permission to be there - for sleeping and declining to get arrested.
Police were called about a man who was sleeping in the lounge of the Aliyah Center on East New York Ave. The caller may have mistakenly believed that the homeless man was loitering on the center’s property without permission.
"This is something that needs to be addressed before defense attorneys catch on and her credibility along with the DUI squad’s credibility is compromised," Nixon wrote
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A Florida police chief arrested a man for video recording one of his officers tasing a handcuffed man in a parking lot. The man was charged with interference, even though he was standing behind a car well away from the actual incident.
"This is just an unfortunate case that has caused some public doubt," Moss Point police Chief Keith Davis said. "At the end of the day, I want the public to be able to trust law enforcement in Jackson County."
A Texas woman who came across a Facebook photo of an undercover cop was arrested after she posted the photo on her own Facebook page. Melissa Walthall was charged with retaliation, a felony charge that can land her in prison for ten years.
An Alabama police officer shot and killed a naked college student, despite also carrying a baton and pepper spray. Police claimed officer's the use of deadly force was necessary.
The parents of a 12-year-old girl are asking for answers from the Billings, Montana SWAT team after a flash-bang grenade was tossed into their daughter’s bedroom, sending the preteen to a local emergency room with second-degree burns.
The child was asleep in her upstairs bedroom when a stranger lobbed an incendiary grenade into her home at about 6:00 a.m. October 9. Within seconds the 12-year-old girl had suffered first- and second-degree burns. Her father,
Brown, a 58-year-old who works in building design, said he supports law enforcement in general. But he said innocent bystanders shouldn’t be subject to such dangerous and damaging searches without any compensation. “I was scared to death,” he said
The officers tell Alvin he is being stopped because he kept looking at them. As he was being searched, one officer threatened arrest for “being a fucking mutt.” “Dude, I’m gonna break your fuckin’ arm, then I’m gonna punch you in the fuckin’ face.”
New York City police stops of hundreds of thousands of people each year are in the spotlight as city lawmakers consider setting new rules for the stop-and-frisk practice and even appointing an inspector general to monitor the police department.
Two Texan police officers are being sued for using a Taser to shock a man who was having a seizure, causing the 50-year-old to suffer a heart attack and permanent brain damage.
The 27-year-old coffee barista died after being struck by an NYPD squad car that began chasing him as he swiped paver stones. Now his mom’s being chased anew, hounded by a collection agency hired by the city with a cruel final demand,
Narcotics detectives used a battering ram to knock down a door on the wrong house, frightening a 76-year-old resident. ..... a police officer pointed a gun at her, asked if she had a gun and then if she had drugs. She answered no to both.
The state medical examiner has determined that an East Baltimore man's death in police custody last month was a homicide caused by blunt force trauma, an account that conflicts with earlier assertions that he died from choking on drugs. A copy of
A New York police detective shot and killed an unarmed man, whose hands, a witness said, were on the steering wheel of his Honda, after he had been pulled over early Thursday for cutting off two police vehicles on the Grand Central Parkway in Queens,
The fact that a police officer was caught on video sucker punching a woman for no apparent reason wasn’t very surprising. We’ve seen that scene one too many times. But that it only took 3 days for officials to announce they would fire the cop
“Don’t shoot me! Don’t kill me!” screamed a terrified Frances Scott as heavily armed men broke down the door of her home near Malibu, California shortly after midnight. Donald Scott, the 61-year-old homeowner, was startled awake by his wife’s screams
Some of Baltimore's "first responders" making their serving-and-protecting rounds recently jumped out of their car and murdered a man by picking him up over their heads and dropping him to the cement head first.
A man and his aged mother lived peacefully in Greenwich, CT, but the city and the neighbors disliked their lifestyle. They were "hoarders," claimed the people responsible for his death and her critical burns. They had too much stuff in their house.
The redacted Chesterfield Police Reports provided to Larry Hunter in response to his VFOIA request may be viewed here. . .
Police in suburban San Diego say a woman who was fatally shot by a Border Patrol agent last week left an apartment after authorities came to arrest someone else, and she struck the agent with her car at least twice as she fled.
An initiative aimed at improving intelligence sharing has done little to make the country more secure, despite as much as $1.4 billion in federal spending, according to a two-year examination by Senate investigators.
A man whose bid to become a police officer was rejected after he scored too high on an intelligence test has lost an appeal in his federal lawsuit against the city. The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York upheld a lower court’s decision