Johnston police investigating home invasion

Johnston police investigating home invasion Johnston police investigating home invasionDesMoinesRegister.comAuthorities believe the intruders knew of the gathering before the home invasion, and they are working to determine how the intruders got that information and what the connection between the suspects and victims is. The incident was unusual for a ...
  September 30, 2014  

Suspicious Person

Incidents listed are selected by the Officer In Charge of each shift that may have significant public interest. Incidents listed are not inclusive of all incidents. Requests for information can be directed to the MPD Records Unit: (608) 266-4075. Incident Report for Case #2014-321185 Incident Type Suspicious Person Incident Date 09/29/2014 - 1:47 PM Address ...

Tribal Cases Not Basis for Habitual Offender Status

     (CN) - Michael Bryant, Jr. has had problems with beating up girlfriends in his recent past, court records show. Twice, a tribal court convicted him of domestic violence and he spent time in prison as a result.     But Bryant did not have legal representation in either tribal case - completely legal under sovereign tribal law, but blatantly unconstitutional in U.S. courts. So when federal prosecutors indicted Bryant on two counts of domestic ...

To Toke or Not to Toke in Colorado?

     DENVER (CN) - Colorado's Supreme Court is considering whether its is lawful to fire someone who uses medical marijuana off the job when medicinal pot use is legal in the state, but still illegal federally.     Dish Network fired medical marijuana user Brandon Coats, a quadriplegic, from their call center in Colorado in 2010. There are no allegations that Coats was high at work; however, the company said it has a zero-tolerance policy on drug...

Ecuadoreans Plan to Seize $106M in Chevron Assets

     WASHINGTON (CN) - Amazon rainforest residents plan to seize the $106 million in Chevron's assets in Ecuador, their lawyers said Tuesday, turning a corner in the decades-old pollution fight.     If successful, the seizure will mark the first time that Amazon residents received a penny of the $9.5 billion environment judgment that an Ecuadorean court issued three years ago.     Indigenous and farmer Ecuadoreans have be...

Cops: Arrest in Bridgehampton home invasion

Cops: Arrest in Bridgehampton home invasionNewsdayAn Amityville man faces burglary, assault and robbery charges in an August home invasion in which he pistol whipped one of the occupants, sending the victim to the hospital, Southampton Town police said Tuesday. Keriam Beauford, 27, forced his way into ...Amityville Man Charged With Hamptons Home Invasion Long Island PressArrest in Bridgehampton Home Invasion The Sag Harbor Express

N.H. Cop Involved in Ridiculous and Deadly Drug Bust Could Get Job Back …

N.H. Cop Involved in Ridiculous and Deadly Drug Bust Could Get Job Back ...ReasonWMURLast year, Officer Joseph Kelly of the Weare Police Department in New Hampshire supervised a drug bust where cops lured a man high on cocaine and heroin to the main thoroughway in town to bust him buying drugs, and then shot and killed him ...

Police on Manhunt Find Pipe Bombs in Woods

Police on Manhunt Find Pipe Bombs in Woods Police on Manhunt Find Pipe Bombs in WoodsABC NewsState police searching for a man accused of killing a trooper said Tuesday they found two pipe bombs in the Pennsylvania woods during their manhunt that were capable of causing significant damage. The bombs were not deployed, but they were fully ...Pipe bombs found during Pennsylvania woods manhunt USA TODAYPolice On Manhunt Find Pipe Bombs, Booby Traps In Woods CBS LocalPolice On Eric Frein Manhunt Find Pipe Bombs In Woods Huffington Post P...

US Defends Legality of NSA Spying That It Won’t Explain Further

     OAKLAND, Calif. (CN) - Even if there were evidence that a domestic spying program was unconstitutional, interference by the courts could cause "exceptionally grave damage" to national security, the government told a federal judge.     Urging U.S. District Judge Jeffrey White to deny the plaintiffs partial summary judgment and instead rule for the government, the Monday filing from the Department of Justice says that the National Security Adm...

Doctor Who Poisoned Lover Gets 10 Years

     HOUSTON (CN) - The Houston oncologist convicted of poisoning her lover was sentenced to 10 years in prison.     A Harris County jury handed down the sentence Monday for Maria Gonzalez-Angulo, a former MD Anderson Cancer Center doctor, found guilty of poisoning her lover and research partner, Dr. George Blumenschein, by putting ethylene glycol in his coffee.     The 43-year-old Gonzalez-Angulo's sentence came after th...
  September 30, 2014