Armed Felon Was Allowed On Elevator With Obama At CDC

Armed Felon Was Allowed On Elevator With Obama At CDC October 1, 2014 07:52:37 am A security contractor with a gun and three convictions for assault and battery was allowed on an elevator with President Obama during a Sept. 16 trip to Atlanta, violating Secret Service protocols, the Washington Post reports. Secret Service director Julia Pierson a...

Man arrested after crash into patrol car, chase

Man arrested after crash into patrol car, chaseKSAT San AntonioOfficers spotted the suspect vehicle and approached it, but the driver fled and side-swiped the patrol car. Police began to follow the driver and saw him go into a home at Edgebrook Lane and Buckeye Avenue. He then ran out of the back of the house and ...

Report: 4 guns stolen from Orlando man’s backyard

Four guns were stolen from an Orlando man's backyard, adding to the more than 170 guns reported stolen so far this year in the city, according to WFTV.com.The homeowner said his .357 revolver, Glock .40, 9MM handgun and 12-gauge shotgun were missing from the shed behind his home on South Rio Grande Avenue on Sunday. He put the guns in the shed to keep them away from his children, reporters said.Read the full story at WFTV.com. ...

Canadian Gov’t: The Most Common Cybercrime is Fraud

Canadian Gov’t: The Most Common Cybercrime is Fraud new & notable October 1, 2014 07:35:40 am Photo by lastquest, via Flickr A new report released by the Canadian government offers a glimpse of the online crimes most commonly reported to police. More than ...

City council votes to dissolve Waldo Police Department

City council votes to dissolve Waldo Police DepartmentFirst Coast NewsThe police department recently had two high-ranking officers suspended and they later resigned after several allegations, including having a speeding ticket quota system. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement is currently investigating the agency.Waldo City Council votes to dissolve police department in speed trap city Florida Times-Union

Five months since officer involved shooting at Red Arrow park

Five months since officer involved shooting at Red Arrow parkWISN MilwaukeeHOSPITAL. NO OTHER INFORMATION IS BEING RELEASED AT THIS TIME. NEW AT 10:00, MILWAUKEE COUNTY'S DISTRICT ATTORNEY EXPLAINS WHY IT'S GOING TO TAKE EVEN LONGER FOR A DECISION IN THE POLICE SHOOTING OF ...Community awaits answers five months after Dontre Hamilton's death WDJT

Report: Cursing man punched 80-year-old at Applebee’s

A man was arrested Tuesday after he punched an 80-year-old man who asked him to stop cursing and talking about women's body parts at an Applebee's bar in Port Orange, according to WFTV.com.The elderly man told police that he walked over to Mikie Sawyer, 26, to ask him to stop using vulgar language. Sawyer said he didn't care and eventually punched the man, reporters said.Read the full story at WFTV.com. Copyright © 2014,...

Report: Robber runs away with money and tea

A Kangaroo Express clerk was hit in the head with the butt of a gun during a robbery Wednesday morning in Sanford, according to FOX-35 News.The robber got away with some cash and a can of tea, reporters said.Read the full story at MyFoxOrlando.com. Copyright © 2014, Orlando Sentinel

Family to celebrate Alexandria Chery’s birthday with balloon release today

The Olympia High School student who was found dead nearly a week after she disappeared from her Ocoee-area home would have turned 17 years old today.Alexandria Chery's family and friends will celebrate her birthday with a blue balloon release at Woodlawn Memorial Park Cemetery in Orlando at 4 p.m.Alexandria's uncle, Ray Joseph, said blue was her favorite color."Happy b-day to my beloved niece, Alex. She would've been 17 years old [and] she also would've been getting ready to go to her homecoming...

Milwaukee Prostitutes Given Alternative: Six Months In “Sisters Program”

October 1, 2014 05:47:00 am Some Milwaukee women have joined something called the Sisters Program because they were arrested for prostitution and given a choice: a ticket and a fine, or a minimum of six months of participating at Sisters, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. The program, ...