Muskogee police release video of officer using pepper spray on 84-year-old woman
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CHICAGO — Video posted to social media appears to show a brazen Chicago shooting that left a man in critical condition.
The 31-year-old victim was recording himself, apparently on his phone, when someone opened fire on him.
The victim was standing outside of a store at 55th and Hoyne in West Englewood.
The Faulkner County Prosecutor’s Office said Wednesday the FBI has agreed to assist them in unlocking a suspect’s apple devices that may have evidence in the case regarding the shooting death of an Arkansas couple.On Tuesday, a Judge postponed a trial of H
The flight attendant who allegedly ditched $3 million worth of cocaine and went on the run won’t be going anywhere else for a while, a California court has ruled.
A federal judge in New York, where former beauty queen Marsha Gay Reynolds had surrendered, approved a $500,000 bail package for her on Thursday, but prosecutors immediately appealed.
TMZ Reports: Multiple sources connected to the case tell us the incident in question went down around 3:30 AM on January 21st — after Broner and another man had been making high stakes bets with each other at the lanes.
The alleged victim told police … Broner had lost thousands of dollars in bowling bets and was pissed when the alleged victim decided to call it a night and go home with his winnings.
Our sources say … the man claims Broner waited for him outside of the alley and punched him in the face and neck — nearly knocking the man out cold.
According to court docs … Broner “then retrieved a handgun from his vehicle, approached the victim, demanded money, then struck [the victim] in the face with a closed fist a second time, this time causing the victim to be rendered unconscious.”
A mob smashes up an Oakland police cruiser on 11/15/15 during a sideshow
that featured over 700 vehicles and reports of gunfire. Police from
Oakland, Alamaeda County and the California Highway Patrol responded
after vehicles took over the Interstate 880 exit near High Street and
various intersections in East Oakland.
A Stanford, Kentucky, man feels that he did nothing wrong after digging up his father’s grave in an attempt to argue with the corpse.
Michael May, 44, was arrested after an officer spotted him digging up a grave, and he quoted scripture to the officer when he was approached. When asked by WLEX 18 reporter Josh Breslow if he felt like he was violating a grave, May responded by saying, “No, no. I see the truth.. he needs to be on the ground. Not under it.”
May, whose father died 30 years ago, was charged with violating graves, public intoxication and marijuana possession and he was placed in the Lincoln County Jail.