Police investigating possible slaying at Garland apartment

Police investigating possible slaying at Garland apartment Garland police are investigating after a man was found dead in his apartment Thursday. Robert Mills, 69, was discovered lying dead on the floor during a welfare concern check around 12:30 p.m. in the Colonial Apartments in the 500 block of Flook Street. Detectives believe Mills was involved in a struggle before his death, police said. The medical examiner will rule on the cause of death. View Larger Map TOP PICKS

Police investigate near-beheading murder of Stillwater teen, one in custody

Police investigate near-beheading murder of Stillwater teen, one in custodykfor.comSTILLWATER, Okla. – A 21-year-old Stillwater man has been charged with first-degree murder in connection to the death of an area college student who, according to police, was nearly decapitated. Isaiah Zoar Marin, 21, is accused of using a “long knife ...Stillwater man killed in near-beheading; murder charge filed NewsOK.comPolice: Stillwater murder victim nearly beheaded; name of suspect released KOCO Oklahom...
  October 30, 2014  

$500 Million Class Action Filed OverGowns Meant to Protect Against Ebola

LOS ANGELES (CN) - In a $500 million class action, a surgeon claims Kimberly-Clark recommends its medical gowns for healthcare workers treating Ebola patients, though it knows they do not protect against the virus.     Kimberly-Clark's "recklessness and indifference to the prospect that it is responsible for placing patients and health care professionals at great and unnecessary risk of infection and bodily harm is nothing short of astonishing and, more to the point, ...
  October 30, 2014  

Man arrested in Oshkosh drug bust

Man arrested in Oshkosh drug bust Man arrested in Oshkosh drug bustFox11online.comOSHKOSH – Police arrested a man in Oshkosh after discovering he had been manufacturing marijuana and maintaining a drug house. On Thursday, Oct. 30, around 9:00 a.m. the Oshkosh Police Department Drug Task Force and Crisis Reaction Team served ...
  October 30, 2014  

Release of Cop Discipline Records Blocked by Court

Release of Cop Discipline Records Blocked by Court      CHICAGO (CN) - Police won a court injunction blocking the Chicago Tribune and Sun Times from obtaining a list detailing complaints against city police officers.     The Wednesday injunction came one day after the Fraternal Order of Police, Chicago Lodge No. 7, petitioned the Cook County Circuit Court for relief.     In its petition, the union cited a provision in its contract with the city that sets a five-year limit...
  October 30, 2014  

Man “Banned” from Tuscon Police Department Building for Requesting Public Records

Man “Banned” from Tuscon Police Department Building for Requesting Public Records Earlier this month, PINAC correspondent Raymond Rodden submitted a public records request to the Tucson Police Department. He then received a voicemail from the public records department stating he could inspect the records he requested as they were now available, so Rodden went down to the police station. But as soon as he entered, he was informed he was banned from the building. “You know you’re not allowed in the building, right?” Tucson police officer R. Parrish said. The...
  October 30, 2014  

Salvadoran criminal who kept returning to the U.S. is deported for fourth time

Salvadoran criminal who kept returning to the U.S. is deported for fourth time Zavala returns to El Salvador following his deportation from the U.S. (ICE) A Salvadoran man who committed various crimes in the U.S. over the years was deported Wednesday back to his country for the fourth time, federal officials said. German Ardon-Zavala, 57, was put on a government charter flight to El Salvador from Dallas by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. He was turned over to El Salvador’s Policia Nacional Civil, ICE said. “By removing criminal aliens to their countries of or...

6 Things To Know About “Handsome Serial Killer,” Thiago Henrique Gomes Da Rocha

A Brazilian security guard, Thiago Henrique Gomes da Rocha, has gained international attention after making the shocking confession that he murdered 39 people. His killing spree makes the 26-year-old one of the world’s most prolific serial killers. Gomes da Rocha, who was originally arrested in January for riding a motorbike with a fake plate, snapped following his arrest and confessed to the many murders, telling police he’d shoot his victims while “cruising the streets” of Goiania. Ju...

Lawyer Says Ethics Agency Head Defamed Her

     (CN) - A former staff attorney with Georgia's campaign ethics commission who sued and later settled whistleblower retaliation claims against the state, filed a new lawsuit against the agency.     In a lawsuit filed on Tuesday in Fulton County Superior Court, Elisabeth Murray-Obertein claims that Holly LaBerge, the former director of the Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission, waited just one day after the settlement ...

SWAT officers who shot, killed armed man during standoff last year will not be prosecuted, Tarrant County DA says

Three SWAT officers who shot and killed a bipolar man who pointed a gun at them during a standoff in Colleyville last December will not be prosecuted, the Tarrant County District Attorney’s office announced today. A grand jury on Wednesday declined to indict the officers, whose names were not released because they were not jailed or charged in the case, according to a news release. On Dec. 26, 2013, police responded to a report of a man who had taken a gun to his mother’s home and threatene...