Police credited weeks of "tireless, tedious hard work" for the arrest in the case of Zoe Spears, who was found fatally shot in Prince George's County, Maryland.
New Jersey prosecutors said a Pennsylvania woman has been charged with driving under the influence after she fled from police on Saturday and assaulted several officers and even bit an officer in the leg as she was arrested.
Singer R. Kelly has been arrested in Chicago on federal sex crime charges, according to two law enforcement officials. The 52-year-old was arrested by NYPD detectives and Homeland Security Investigation agents...
After Jeffrey Epstein's latest arrest on sex trafficking charges, some famous people may be squirming. His notorious little black book and private-jet manifests contained a long list of boldface names, including Victoria's Secret founder Leslie Wexner and former President Bill Clinton. U.S. prosecutors on Monday encouraged anyone with information about Epstein's conduct, not just potential victims, to come forward. To the socialites, celebrities and politicians who attended lavish parties at Epstein's homes in Manhattan or Palm Beach in the early 2000s -- or hitched rides on his private jet nicknamed the "Lolita Express" by the tabloids -- the request carried a clear message: Come talk to us before we seek you out. "You would much rather be visiting the Department of Justice and engaging a conversation about what you saw rather than making the DoJ find you," said Jacob Frenkel, a former federal prosecutor now at Dickinson-Wright. "There's a much greater potential for influencing the parameters of an interview and the scope of cooperation by going in voluntarily than becoming a compulsory guest" of the government, he said. Considering the dozens of alleged victims and hundreds of names on Epstein's contact list, the Epstein affair could be far from over. Some of the alleged victims have claimed they were farmed out to other men. Although the alleged crimes date to 2002, new information continues to arise. Epstein's little black book was published by Gawker in 2015, years after he pleaded guilty in Florida for soliciting an underage prostitute. On Saturday the FBI, using a crowbar on one of the most expensive properties in Manhattan, executed a search warrant on Epstein's Manhattan townhouse. Agents gathered photographs of underage girls in suggestive poses, according to prosecutors. The call to action by prosecutors...
There's a new twist in a decades-old murder mystery in Leon County.
The Edmonton Police Service is conducting a criminal probe into an arrest by its officers that was captured on video and shared online, and involved an alleged truck thief who was Tasered, kicked repeatedly, slammed headfirst into a brick wall and then thrown against a cruiser while he was handcuffed.
When tracking down a suspect, law enforcement might use a K-9 to track down a scent.
Donald Trump And Prince Andrew Met Up In London Ahead Of Jeffrey Epstein's Arrest On New Sex Trafficking Charges
Donald Trump and Prince Andrew, two of the most famous friends of accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, appeared together in friendly photo-ops during the president's U.K. visit in June.
Special forces members engaged in extrajudicial killings and then altered crime scenes to make it look as if the victims had been resisting arrest, United Nations investigators said.
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Man arrested for trespassing into Rep. Ocasio-Cortez's district office in Queens, New York
Police and the U.S. Army have announced the arrest of a suspect in the 32-year-old cold case rape and murder of a Fort Carson soldier.
Announcing the arrest of a witness in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation with links to associates of President Donald Trump, prosecutors said Monday that George Aref Nader had multiple cellphones with child pornography involving toddler-age boys and farm animals.
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NORWALK - A Maine man has been arrested in connection with the 1986 sexual assault and murder of an 11-year-old Norwalk schoolgirl. Norwalk police said 53-year-old Marc Karun was arrested by a tactical team on a fugitive from justice warrant around 11 a.m. Tuesday as he left his home in Stetson, Maine. Authorities have confirmed that the arrest was related to the sexual assault and murder of sixth-grader Kathleen Flynn. According to Maine's sex offender registry, Karun was convicted of a sexual assault in Connecticut in 1989. He was sentenced to 10 years in prison and became a lifetime registrant on the registry. He was also convicted on felony burglary and larceny charges in Connecticut in 1997. According to public records, Karun was raised in Norwalk and continued living in the city until at least 2011, in apartments on Princes Pine Road in West Norwalk and Van Zant Street in East Norwalk. He is also listed as having Connecticut residences in Manchester, Rocky Hill and Shelton before moving to Maine in 2012. Maine state police helped the Norwalk Police Department in Karun's arrest. Karun is being held at the Penobscot County Jail in Maine until his terms of extradition are determined. He is scheduled to appear in court tomorrow. Kathleen Flynn's family released a statement Wednesday, requesting privacy while also expressing relief that an arrest was made. "We wish to thank the Norwalk Police Department for bringing Kathleen's murderer to justice," the statement read. "This continues to be a very difficult time for us and we do not wish to make any further comments." Kathleen was reported missing by her mother at 5:12 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 23, 1986, after she did not arrive...
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A Viral Video Shows A Man Refusing To Follow A Police Officer's Commands To Put Down His Hands And Turn Off His Car. He Says Disobeying Them Saved His Life.
The man can be seen throughout the video with his hands up and stretched out of the car while a police officer holds him at gunpoint.
A school bus driver accused of being intoxicated while driving with children aboard her bus blamed the ordeal on an upset stomach.
The video spurred a 50-person protest on Sunday evening, where people demanded answers from the New Jersey's town police department about what happened.