Two found guilty in MTSU robbery case

Two found guilty in MTSU robbery caseThe Daily News JournalMURFREESBORO – Two men were recently convicted an armed robbery that occurred on MTSU campus in September 2013, according to a news release from MTSU Police. Cephus D. Spicer was found guilty of aggravated robbery, conspiracy to commit ...Two men convicted, sentenced in 2013 armed robbery at MTSU Wgnsradio
  October 24, 2014  

Video Released of Violent Home Invasion

Video Released of Violent Home InvasionWLTX.comRichland County, SC (WLTX) - Richland County deputies have released video of a violent home invasion from this week as they search for the suspects in the crime. Surveillance images captured part of what took place on October 22nd at a home on Alcott ...Richland County deputies search for home invasion suspects ColaDaily.com
  October 24, 2014  

Hearing postponed in home invasion, fatal crash case

Hearing postponed in home invasion, fatal crash caseHometownlife.comMcCallum was charged earlier this month after police said he was seen leaving the scene of a home invasion in the 15000 block of Shadyside in Livonia. As police chased him, he crossed into Redford on Six Mile and the vehicle he was driving crashed into ...
  October 24, 2014  

3 Police Deputies Shot By Assailant In California

3 Police Deputies Shot By Assailant In CaliforniaNPR (blog)Police in California are on the hunt for two suspects they describe as "heavily armed and dangerous" after they allegedly shot three police deputies and one civilian bystander on Friday. "Investigation is still very active & ongoing," the California ...Deputy Danny Oliver killed in shooting spree, potential suspect caught Sacramento Bee
  October 24, 2014  

No criminal charges in 2013 officer-involved shooting

No criminal charges in 2013 officer-involved shootingWTVD-TVThe report delves into witness statements and evidence from the October 2013 shooting death of Shaqur McNair. The 16-year-old was shot and killed by 27-year-old Fayetteville Police Officer Christopher Hunt. Hunt said he used deadly force when the teen ...
  October 24, 2014  

NY Family Gets $2M for Death in Police Custody

NY Family Gets $2M for Death in Police Custody      BROOKLYN, N.Y. (CN) - A Long Island police department will pay $2.5 million to the family of a sickly bipolar man who died when denied his medication in custody.     Danielle McDonnell said in her August 2011 complaint that Suffolk County police used excessive force while arresting her husband, Daniel McDonnell, that May. The couple's minor son, Devon, was also named as a plaintiff.     Police had allegedly arrested ...
  October 24, 2014  

Five charged in kidnapping, burglary and threats over missing heroin

Five charged in kidnapping, burglary and threats over missing heroinMadison.comA criminal complaint filed Friday charged Michael T. Thomas, 24, of Madison, with false imprisonment, three counts of kidnapping and two counts of strangulation, along with one count each of burglary, vehicle theft and second-degree reckless endangerment.
  October 24, 2014  

El Paso Police release name of man killed in officer-involved shooting outside …

El Paso Police release name of man killed in officer-involved shooting outside ...KVIA El PasoEl Paso Police have released the name of the man killed Monday morning in an officer-involved-shooting. His name is Marco Antonio Perez, 22, of El Paso. Police tell ABC-7 this incident is not connected to the murder-suicide that also involved an ...
  October 24, 2014  

Greens SettleMuir Woods Lawsuit

     SAN FRANCISCO (CN) - Environmentalists who fought a National Park Service plan to build parking lots and bus stops near Muir Woods National Monument have settled their dispute with the government.     U.S. District Judge Charles Breyer on Oct. 23 approved a stipulation to dismiss Mount Tam Task Force's lawsuit, which accused NPS of trying "to transform Muir Woods into an amusement park."     After the Task Force sued...
  October 24, 2014  

Tenn. State Senator Arrested for Mayhem

     DICKSON, Tenn. (CN) - An outgoing Tennessee state senator was arrested two nights in a row for stalking and threatening his neighbor.     According to police records obtained by Courthouse News, Sen. Jim Summerville was first arrested on Friday, Oct. 17. around 6:30 p.m. for stalking a neighbor in Dickson, Tenn. The neighbor told police that Summerville put up a sign facing her house that said, "keep it up, you've been warned."  &n...
  October 24, 2014