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Police catch partially Undressed Florida Principal in Car with Student and Marijuana

Police catch partially Undressed Florida Principal in Car with Student and Marij

As per reports of The NY Daily News, on Wednesday, a Florida high school principal was caught with marijuana and a student. The reports stated that police arrested the principal, who was partially undressed in the car with the student.

While providing information, officers said that they received a call from a person who reported seeing some individuals in the car's back seat engaged in sexual activity. After receiving the call from unsure caller, the officers approached the vehicle.

Two Mississippi Officers shot, Four Suspects arrested

Two Mississippi Officers shot, Four Suspects arrested

Two police officers were shot Saturday night and four suspects have been taken into custody in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Police officers Benjamin Deen and Liquori Tate were on duty at a traffic stop when they were fired at. Deen conducted a traffic stop and called for backup. Tate arrived sometime later and both were shot.

They were sent to hospital, but both succumbed to their fatal gunshot injuries. "The men and ladies behind me are very good at solving these kinds of crimes. And they're very good because our community works together", said DuPree.

Walden West Science Camp Employee arrested for Child Pornography

Walden West Science Camp Employee arrested for Child Pornography

On Thursday, officials arrested an employee of the Walden West science camp over child pornography. According to the officials, sheriff's deputies arrested the man after finding a number of pictures and videos of child pornography on the person’s computer.

While confirming the arrest, the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office stated that the 27-year-old Edgar Covarrubias had many images and videos in his phone and personal computer. As per reports, officials of Homeland Security secretly warned the sheriff's Sexual Assault Felony Task Force about the man. Covarrubias’ name appeared as a part of an investigation into persons trading child pornography online.

St. Louis man accused of killing a student

St. Louis man accused of killing a student

According to authorities, a St. Louis man has been charged with murder in the killing of a 19-year-old Illinois college student, who was reported to be missing. According to reports, at that time, the victim was trying to sell his sports car on Craigslist.

According to Capt. Tim Fagan of the Florissant, Missouri, police department, 24-year-old Michael Gordon was arrested on Tuesday and was being held at the St. Louis County jail in lieu of $1 million bond. He has been charged with first-degree murder in addition to armed criminal action in the death of Taylor Clark, who was a sophomore engineering student at Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville.

Killing of homeless man not yet justified: Los Angeles police chief

Los Angeles Police Department Chief Charlie Beck

According to Los Angeles Police Department Chief Charlie Beck, he didn’t see any evidence to give good reason for the shooting of an unarmed man by police officers during a brawl in the Venice Beach area.

The Los Angeles Police Department said in a statement that two police officers, who responded late on Tuesday to emergency calls of a person who was harassing customers in an area near the neighborhood's boardwalk, tried to arrest a man who was shot during the scuffle.

According to The Los Angeles Times newspaper, the man who died in the brawl was a homeless man in his 20s and his nickname was ‘Dizzle’.

Police Officer killed with Illegal Gun stolen from Georgia

Police Officer killed with Illegal Gun stolen from Georgia

Police officer Brian Moore was gunned down in Queens Village. He was killed from an illegal weapon that was stolen around three-and-a-half years earlier from a pawnshop in a small town around 1,000 miles away.

"Once again, a police officer has been killed with an illegal gun from Georgia - a state that last year did the NRA's bidding and weakened its already lax gun laws", stated the group Everytown for Gun Safety.

Using a crowbar, the bandits entered into Little's Bait & Tackle Pawn Shop in October 2011 and fled with 23 weapons. Nine have turned up in New York City. Clarence Little, whose Perry, Ga., store, was the bandit's target, was quite upset to know the hooting has taken place from the gun stolen from his ship, but was surprised.

NYPD Officer, who was Shot in Head, Dies

NYPD Officer, who was Shot in Head, Dies

The police officer who was shot in the head by a man with an extensive criminal record has died at a Queens hospital. Officer Brian Moore died two days after the shooting. He was doing well at the New York Police Department and earned service medals in less than five years on the job. However, the destiny had some other plans for the 25-year-old.

Prosecutors say Demetrius Blackwell will face charges of first-degree murder. He was earlier charged for attempted murder and other crimes.

Two Armed Men open Fire at Security personnel outside Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest

Two Armed Men open Fire at Security personnel outside Prophet Muhammad cartoon

On Sunday, two gunmen opened fire at security deployed outside provoking contest for cartoon depictions of Prophet Muhammad. In the incident, the firemen were killed.

The event was almost about to end and at that time, the men drove up to the Curtis Culwell Center in the Dallas suburb of Garland. They started shooting at the security officer. In return, Garland police officers started firing in which both the men were killed.

Garland police spokesman Joe Harn said that for now, it is not known that whether the shooting was done in response to the event, a contest organized by the New York-based American Freedom Defense Initiative. In the initiative, the one who has made the best cartoon depicting the Prophet Muhammad would get $10,000.

Defense Leaders Trying Hard To Combat Sexual Assault

Defense Leaders Trying Hard To Combat Sexual Assault

As the military has been trying hard to combat sexual assault cases, surveys conducted have uncovered some stark differences between the attacks against active-duty female service members and against active-duty men.

The differences highlighted in the surveys are forcing the defense leaders to come forward with some more gender-specific ways to treat the victims and address the crimes.

One of the biggest challenges before the defense leaders now is counting the numbers of men who have been sexually assaulted or faced unwanted sexual contact.

This is because in many cases males describe the incidents as hazing rather than sexual attacks.

Six Baltimore police officers to face charges over death of 25-year-old black man

Six Baltimore police officers to face charges over death of 25-year-old black

On Friday, Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby announced that six Baltimore police officers will face charges over the death of 25-year-old black man Freddie Gray.

Gray was taken into custody by the Baltimore Police Department on April 12, 2015 for allegedly possessing a switchblade. While being transported ‘handcuffed, shackled by his feet and unrestrained’ in a police van, he fell into a coma and was taken to a trauma center.

Gray died last month, April 19, 2015 after suffering a severe spine and neck injury while in police custody.

The circumstances of the injuries were initially unclear. However, eyewitness suggested that the officers involved used unnecessary force against Gray while arresting him.

Former Homeless Shelter Resident shoots shelter’s Head

Former Homeless Shelter Resident shoots shelter’s Head

According to the New York City Police Department (NYPD), a former resident of a New York homeless shelter shot and killed a Whitestone mother, who served as the director of the shelter. Before shooting her, the former resident tried to rape her, the NYPD report added.

The woman murdered has been identified as 36-year-old Ana Charle, who was a native of Spain. According to the police, the woman was found with a gunshot wound lying on the sidewalk in front of 4366 Bullard Ave.

Investigators Return to Recreation Center Where Tamir Rice Was Shot

Investigators Return to Recreation Center Where Tamir Rice Was Shot

It has been almost five months since the shooting of 12-year-old Tamir Rice, who was fatally shot by Cleveland police Officer Timothy Loehmann.

The Cuyahoga County Sheriff's Department and the Bureau of Criminal investigations on Sunday, returned back to the site to recreate the November 22nd scenario outside the recreation center.

It was found that several vans from the Ohio Bureau of Criminal investigation arrived at the Cudell Recreation Center about 9 am on Sunday.

Sheriff’s deputies sealed the area with yellow caution tape, and placed cruisers at every entrance. The investigators cleared the area by 2:30 pm, said sources.

LAPD Officer Charged with One Count of Felony Assault

LAPD Officer Charged with One Count of Felony Assault

It is very unusual to file assault charges on police officers on duty as they are given authority to use force. But some cases that have been videotaped highlight how cops can take undue advantage of that freedom given to them.

Clinton Alford Jr., 22, was badly hit by Officer Richard Garcia, 34. On Monday, he has been charged with one count of felony assault for unlawful force while arresting Alford when he has surrendered. Alford said he did not remember everything that happened that October afternoon.

He just remembers he was repeatedly kicked in the head and was given shock with an electric stun gun in the back. Alford said that he was just praying that the police do not kill him.

23-year-old mother found dead inside Gary home Friday

23-year-old mother found dead inside Gary home Friday

A 23-year-old young mother found dead inside a home on Friday has led to a probe by the Anderson Police Department.

Samantha Fleming's body was found at about 3pm at a home in the 1900 block of Cleveland. She had been stabbed and her death was ruled a homicide.

Police had come to Gary on Friday afternoon in search of the young mother and her newborn daughter who had been missing since early April. Fleming was reported missing April 10 by her boyfriend. He said that she was last seen with their infant daughter, Serenity, on April 6.

The 3-week-old infant who was in the care of a suspect's sister appeared to be fine and was taken to relatives in Indianapolis. Then she complained to investigators about a foul odor in the home, which led police to trace Fleming's body.

Over 35 Fugitives Arrested in New Hampshire during Operation Violence Reduction

Over 35 Fugitives Arrested in New Hampshire during Operation Violence Reduction

US marshals carried out a six-week sweep known as Operation Violence Reduction (VR7). In the operation, more than 35 fugitives, gang members, sex offenders and violent criminals were arrested from New Hampshire.

At the national level, there were 7,100 arrests. "Operation VR7 was not about increasing arrest numbers, but rather an effort to further protect communities by targeting the most dangerous felony fugitives", said US Marshals Service Director Stacia Hylton.

Hylton said rather than quantity, they have focused on quality. They have strengthened the operation with the help of community leaders and local enforcement. Main aim of the operation is take off the worst fugitives off the street.

Jury finds Aaron Hernandez Guilty of First-Degree Murder

Jury finds Aaron Hernandez Guilty of First-Degree Murder

On Wednesday, a Massachusetts jury found Aaron Hernandez, a former football tight end, guilty of first-degree murder.

The decision by the jury in Bristol County Superior Court in Fall River is considered to be a surprising judgment. The jury said that Hernandez, 25, acted with ‘extreme atrocity or cruelty’ in the incident, which took place in June 2013.

In the incident, semiprofessional football player Odin Lloyd, 27, was shot dead. Lloyd was dating sister of Hernandez's fiancée and was found shot six times in an industrial park. The trial has continued for 76 days.

After hearing the judgment, Hernandez was expressionless. In August 2012, he has signed a five-year contract extension worth $40 million and also, is on his prime of his career.

Two TSA employees fired as they ‘manipulated’ security system at Dallas International Airport

Two TSA employees fired as they ‘manipulated’ security system

Two Transportation Security Administration screeners were removed from their job because of accusations that they manipulated the security system at Dallas International Airport.

They did this so that one of them, a man, might grope attractive male passengers coming through the checkpoint. On Monday, the story was firstly reported by CBS Denver and he said that TSA employees were fired after about a dozen such instances of unlawful sexual contact.

The police said that the male TSA employee would alert a female colleague when he found an attractive man coming to the checkpoint. In reply, woman would press a button on the scanning machine to indicate an anomaly in the genital area. This allows the male screener an excuse to do a pat-down search of the targeted passengers.

Police release Footage showing Police Cruiser Rammed into Armed Suspect at High Speed

Police release Footage showing Police Cruiser Rammed into Armed Suspect at High

On Tuesday, the Marana, Arizona police department released a dashboard-camera footage of an incident taken place on February 19.

The video shows a police cruiser ramming into an armed robbery suspect. The act sent the man flying into the air. Mario Valencia, 36, was able to survive the crash. Investigation was carried out in the incident during which police officer driving the car, Michael Rapiejko, was sent on administrative leave.

But now, he is back on the job and the Pima County Attorney's Office has also given him a clear chit of any wrongdoing. The video is now catching attention of people. It is time when already situation in tensed over the use of force by police across the nation.

Oklahoma deputy charged in fatality capitulates

Oklahoma Deputy Sheriff charged for Manslaughter for shooting Unarmed Black Man

On Tuesday, an Oklahoma volunteer sheriff's deputy was booked into the county jail as he fatally shot a suspect after he got confused in his stun gun and handgun, according to authorities.

Robert Bates capitulated at the Tulsa County jail. He was released after posting $25,000 bond. According to Bates' attorney, Clark Brewster, his client would not give any statement. According to Brewster, an initial court appearance will be made by Bates next Tuesday.

Reserve Police Officer in Tulsa shoots Unarmed Black Man

Reserve Police Officer in Tulsa shoots Unarmed Black Man

According to authorities, a reserve police officer in Tulsa, Oklahoma, shot and killed an unarmed black man. A video has been released that showing the shoot that took place on April 2.

As per the 73-year-old Bob Bates, he made use of gun in place of a Taser mistakenly. Police posted the footage that shows suspect Eric Courtney Harris running down a street away a pursuing police car.




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