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Police searching for suspects who they say kidnapped, assaulted and caged an Anchorage man

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Police searching for suspects who they say kidnapped, assaulted and caged an Anchorage man

- Police are looking for four people who they say are involved in kidnapping and assaulting another man who arrived at an Anchorage hospital in an animal crate this week. Anchorage Police Department spokesman MJ Thim said in a prepared statement Friday that a 34-year-old man last seen by his girlfriend Sunday afternoon arrived at a local hospital at about 5:45 p
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Oakley man tried to rape teen girl

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Oakley man tried to rape teen girl

- OAKLEY — Detectives say an Oakley man tried to rape a 15-year-old girl at her home. Riley Thomas Mitchell, 24, is charged with two counts of felony lewd conduct with a child under 16, one felony count of attempted rape, felony battery with the intent to commit a serious felony and misdemeanor false imprisonment. The girl told Cassia County Sheriff detectives that Mitchell was at her home and went into her bedroom on Dec
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Maynard police investigating ‘disturbing’ anti-police graffiti

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Maynard police investigating ‘disturbing’ anti-police graffiti

- MAYNARD, Mass. (AP) — Police in a Massachusetts town are investigating after three anti-police messages were spray-painted on buildings. Maynard Police Chief Mark Dubois said the graffiti was found in the early morning hours Friday. He says they cropped up sometime between 11 p.m. on Thursday and 6 a.m. the next day. One was found on a CVS store on Main Street and read “Down to Die
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Woman dies a week after being found with head injury; suspect at large

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Woman dies a week after being found with head injury; suspect at large

- Authorities are looking for a man accused of giving a woman a critical head injury that led to her death a week later, Fulton County police said. Joya Chester, 45, was found with a head injury Aug. 3 inside a home on White City Road in College Park, Fulton County police Cpl. Maureen Smith said. Chester died Aug. 11 at Grady Memorial Hospital as a result of her injuries
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Hammond police investigating 2 rapes within 2 weeks

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Hammond police investigating 2 rapes within 2 weeks

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Man accused of killing homeowner who was changing locks arrested 

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Man accused of killing homeowner who was changing locks arrested 

- A 19-year-old man accused of shooting and killing a homeowner while he changed the locks on his new house was arrested, Fulton County police said. turned himself in at the Fulton County jail Aug. 11 accompanied by his lawyer, police Cpl. Maureen Smith said. Hubbard remains in jail on murder, aggravated assault, cruelty to children and possession of a weapon charges
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Manchester police say gang activity won't be tolerated

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Manchester police say gang activity won't be tolerated

- WEBVTT CTIVITY WILL NOT BE TOLERATED.POLICE DESCRIBED SURVEILLANCE VIDEO THAT WAS RECORDED IN JUNE OUTSIDE THE MALL OF NEW HAMPSHIRE WHERE SEVERAL YOUNG MEN COULD BE SEEN FIGHTING. >> IN THERE THERE WERE TWO GROUPS OF TEENAGERS WHO ARE ENGAGED IN A PRETTY GOOD FIGHT. REPORTER: THE CHIEF SAYS THE VIDEO WENT VIRAL AND WAS SEEN ONSOCIAL MEDIA BY OFFICERS. THE TEENS IN THE VIDEO, HE SAYS,ASSOCIATE THEMSELVES WITH GANGS
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Police use DNA, other techniques to identify killer

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Police use DNA, other techniques to identify killer

- WEBVTT THAT WAS NOT HIS REAL IDENTIT THIS IS TERRY RASMUSSEN, THE MANWHO PROSECUTORS ORIGINALLY KNEW AS POSSIBLE SERIAL KILLER ROBERT"BOB"ESQUEANS.THE PERSON THEY DETERMINED KILLED AN ADULT WOMAN AND THREE UNIDENTIFIED CHILDREN, ONE OF WHICH IS RASMUSSEN'S BIOLOGICAL DAUGHTER IN ALLENSTOWN. THEY ALSO THINK HE'S LIKELY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DISAPPEARANCE AND DEATH OF DENISE BAUDIN.THROUGH D.N.A. AND OTHER TECHNIQUES, INVESTIGATORS HAVE LEARNED THAT RASMUSSEN WAS BORN IN DENVER IN 1943
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The State’s argument about why a former St. Louis police officer is guilty of murder

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The State’s argument about why a former St. Louis police officer is guilty of murder

- ST. LOUIS, MO — The judge who will decide the fate of former officer Jason Stockley now has a written pleading from the prosecution. The judge had asked for pleadings from both sides to be due Friday. The following 10 page argument was filed just before 5pm. It lays out the entire case involving the fatal 2011 police shooting from the prosecution’s perspective
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IRS phone scams return to East Hampton – What you can do

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IRS phone scams return to East Hampton – What you can do

- EAST HAMPTON — The East Hampton Police Department says they’ve received reports that the IRS phone scams are starting back up again. Police say residents have been receiving phone messages from out-of-state area codes, telling them to call back and claiming they are the IRS. The recorded message sounds official and states that the victim owes back taxes. Do not fall for scam artists on the internet or over the phone
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Board overturns order to release records from Iowa shooting

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Board overturns order to release records from Iowa shooting

- DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) -- The Iowa Public Information Board has voted to keep private a detailed log of records compiled by law enforcement about a fatal police shooting. The Hawk Eye reports that the board's 7-1 decision on Thursday overturns an administrative law judge's ruling that said the records from the Burlington Police Department and Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation should be released
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Police: Newark man attacked acquaintance with axe

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Police: Newark man attacked acquaintance with axe

- A Newark man was arrested Thursday after allegedly striking an acquaintance with an axe, police said. The 21-year-old victim had gone to a home in the unit block of White Clay Drive to visit a friend shortly before 2 p.m. After the victim arrived, another resident of the home, 18-year-old Brandon Bryant, suddenly attacked him with an axe, according to Lt
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Ed Davis: ‘There Is Nothing Good That Can Come From This’

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Ed Davis: ‘There Is Nothing Good That Can Come From This’

- BOSTON (CBS) — A terrorism and security analyst says that the Boston Police Department is overpreparing, but that’s okay. Former Boston Police Commissioner and WBZ-TV Security Analyst Ed Davis told WBZ-TV’s David Wade that there are a lot of behind the scenes preparations the public doesn’t see. “First it’s good intelligence. The first we do is spend a lot of time in the days and weeks leading up to an event like this is look at the internet
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Cops: Florida man fatally beaten, stabbed in eyes after argument over cannibalism

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Cops: Florida man fatally beaten, stabbed in eyes after argument over cannibalism

- KEY WEST, Fla. — A Key West man is dead after allegedly being beaten and stabbed in the eyes after an argument over cannibalism, reports CBS Miami. Justin Calhoun, 24, is facing murder charges in the death of Mark Brann, 67. According to a spokeswoman for the Monroe County Sheriff, Calhoun self-identified as a woman when being booked and is being housed in a male facility, but inside a private cell
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Stratford police make arrest in homicide

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Stratford police make arrest in homicide

- STRATFORD — Police have arrested a man in connection with the death of a woman on Sunday. Police said Michael “Buddha” Catchings, 21, of Stratford, was charged in the shooting death of Raenetta Catchings on August 13. A second victim was also shot but survived his injuries. Catchings is charged with manslaughter in the 1 degree with a firearm, criminal attempt murder, assault in the 1st degree
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Dubuque man arrested on meth and marijuana charges

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Dubuque man arrested on meth and marijuana charges

- DUBUQUE, Iowa (KCRG-TV9) -- A Dubuque man is facing several drug charges after police found methamphetamine and marijuana in his home. Police arrested 32-year-old Joshua Carter for possession of meth with intent to deliver, possession of marijuana with intent to deliver, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Police executed a search warrant just after 10 p.m. Thursday at 2156 North Main Street
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  • Woman dies a week after being found with head injury; suspect at large
    Woman dies a week after being found with head injury; suspect at large

    , ajc.com

    Authorities are looking for a man accused of giving a woman a critical head injury that led to her death a week later, Fulton County police said. Joya Chester, 45, was found with a head injury Aug. 3 inside a home on White City Road in College Park, Fulton County police Cpl. Maureen Smith said. Chester died Aug. 11 at Grady Memorial Hospital as a result of her injuries
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  • Fleeing suspect crashes into unmarked police car, injuring 2 St. Louis officers
    Fleeing suspect crashes into unmarked police car, injuring 2 St. Louis officers

    , stltoday.com

    UPDATED at 1 p.m. with additional details. ST. LOUIS • A man fleeing arrest in a car struck an unmarked police car Friday morning, injuring the two officers inside, authorities say. The officers had head injuries and were taken to a hospital, according to Leah K. Freeman, a department spokeswoman. One had a cut to the head, while the other complained of neck and back pain, she said
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  • Investigators discover true identity for NH serial killer, seek more tips
    Investigators discover true identity for NH serial killer, seek more tips

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    BOSTON A serial killer known by the FBI under several aliases, and who died in prison in 2010, has finally been identified, according to the New Hampshire Attorney General's Office. The man believed to be responsible for at least 6 deaths was referred to by the FBI as Robert ‘Bob’ Evans, but has been identified as Terry Peder Rasmussen. Police say Rasmussen was born in 1943 in Denver, Colorado and lived in Colorado and Arizona before he eventually enlisted in the Navy and later made his way to New Hampshire
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  • Police: 3 juveniles found dead in Maryland home
    Police: 3 juveniles found dead in Maryland home

    , baltimoresun.com

    Authorities say three juveniles were found dead in a home in Prince George's County. he Prince George's County Police Department tweeted that the bodies were found by a family member Friday morning. Police are calling it an “active homicide investigation.” he police department tweeted that they are committed to “make arrest & determine motive.”
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  • Manchester police say they're cracking down on gangs
    Manchester police say they're cracking down on gangs

    , wmur.com

    Police chief says officers reach out to at-risk youth. . Manchester police say they're cracking down on gangs Police chief says officers reach out to at-risk youth WEBVTT CTIVITY WILL NOT BE TOLERATED.POLICE DESCRIBED SURVEILLANCE VIDEO THAT WAS RECORDED IN JUNE OUTSIDE THE MALL OF NEW HAMPSHIRE WHERE SEVERAL YOUNG MEN COULD BE SEEN FIGHTING. >> IN THERE THERE WERE TWO GROUPS OF TEENAGERS WHO ARE ENGAGED IN A PRETTY GOOD FIGHT
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Police Dogs

  • 'Traffic' stop: New K-9 helps nab Chilton County burglary suspect
    'Traffic' stop: New K-9 helps nab Chilton County burglary suspect

    , wbrc.com

    CHILTON CO., AL (WSFA) - Call it a 'Traffic' stop. The Chilton County Sheriff's Office's new K-9 deputy, Traffic, put his tracking skills to the test early Thursday morning and busted a burglary suspect. Traffic, a 2-year-old Belgian Malinois, was on the case soon after a burglary alarm went off on County Road 54. The first deputy arrived on scene around 4:30 a
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