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Moment sobbing vice cop is arrested at work after he tried to blackmail a man he saw visiting a sex worker.
DC Gareth Suffling was caught after making incriminating searches on the police computer just days before he launched a blackmail campaign against the victim
Nichole Nespolini, 40, of Melbourne, was arrested Monday after rear-ending another car at an intersection in Melbourne, where Nespolini then pleaded with the motorist not to notify police, Florida Today reported.
The White House replaced all the drivers shuttling the press around Mar-a-Lago after one of them was detained for having a gun in his luggage during a security screening.
A Massachusetts man has been accused of deliberately crashing a stolen bakery delivery truck into a Planned Parenthood clinic in New Jersey, injuring a pregnant woman and two other people.
A Las Vegas police officer — who reportedly had been assigned to guard the door to gunman Stephen Paddock’s hotel room during the Oct. 1 massacre — barricaded himself in his home Wednesday evening, prompting an hourslong standoff with police and a police SWAT unit.
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Father turns in daughter after finding journal with plans of mass shooting at Md. school
A Westchester high school’s evacuation procedures are being questioned by the Justice Department after two students who use wheelchairs were left behind during a fire emergency.
SPARTANSBURG, Pa. (AP) — A registered sex offender who was recently re-elected as chief of a Pennsylvania town’s volunteer fire department has resigned.
The (Corry) Journal reports that Roger Gilbert Jr. quit the Spartansburg department Sunday, a day after the newspaper reported on his criminal background.
Sea-level rise is accelerating around the world, thanks to ongoing melting of ice sheets in both Antarctica and Greenland, a new study suggests.
At the current rate of melting, the world’s seas will be at least 2 feet higher by the end of the century compared to today, according to research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Such a rise could leave portions of the world’s coastal cities underwater. It would also increase high tides and worsen storm surges.
When Kristan Morgan joined the U.S. Bureau of Prisons three years ago, the 30-year-old nurse expected to spend her days caring for the chronically sick and injured inside the nation’s largest correctional system.
What she didn’t expect: Being abruptly plucked from the busy medical unit in Tallahassee to pull guard duty in cell blocks — including a wing for solitary confinement.
An off-duty officer with the Chicago Police Department has died after he was “senselessly murdered” in a downtown building Tuesday afternoon, police said.
Commander Paul Bauer, of the 18th District, was chasing a suspect when he was “shot multiple
times,” Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson said at a news conference.
Johnson stated that earlier Tuesday afternoon, Chicago police saw someone “acting suspiciously” who quickly fled from the tactical officers. A description of the suspect was broadcast on police radio, and when Bauer, who was off-duty, saw the offender, he reportedly approached the individual.
A West Virginia city has agreed to pay a former police officer $175,000 to settle a wrongful-termination lawsuit after he was fired following his decision not to shoot a distraught suspect who was holding a gun.
The lawsuit accused the Weirton Police Department of wrongfully terminating officer Stephen Mader after he chose not to shoot a 23-year-old man while responding to a domestic disturbance in 2016.
“At the end of the day, I’m happy to put this chapter of my life to bed,” Mader said in a news release by the American Civil Liberties Union of West Virginia.
A Washington state man allegedly raped an 18-year-old woman while she was dying from a drug overdose at a house party and then hacked her social media account to make believe she was alive.
Brian Varela, 19, was arrested Tuesday after bragging to his Dairy Queen co-workers in Snohomish County that Alyssa Noceda died during sexual intercourse last Saturday, the Spokesman-Review reported.
A naked driver crashed into a daycare center, hit a tree, rolled her car, then had to be subdued by police with a stun gun, authorities said.
The suspect, identified as Malina Churchill, 44, allegedly crashed into the Stay-n-Play Day Care Center in Putnam County, Fla., on Thursday night, Fox 30 reported.
Becky Cox, owner of the business, told the station she received a call from her alarm company, notifying her that a “burglary” was in process. One of her employees who lives near the daycare center went to investigate and told Cox “the wall’s gone.”
There’s A New $200 ‘RELATIONSHIP’ Course . . . That Claims It Can Teach ANY Black Women . . . To GET A WHITE MAN
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An inmate who escaped from a federal prison in southeast Texas was arrested Wednesday while allegedly trying to sneak back in with snacks, alcohol, tobacco and cooked food, the Dallas Morning News reported.
The Daily Mail reports a white woman in London was yelling at a Pakistan postal worker. She claims the postal worker was laughing at her and screamed, “What woman would want to look at that? Make sure you post my card, or else I’ll come back and get a refund, you fat Paki c*nt.” Paki is a term for “Pakistani,” a British slur against people of Pakistani or Indian nationality. The woman continued, “Go back to your own country! You’re not wanted here, you fat motherf**ker P*ki.”
Former JSO officer reaches plea deal in child sex trafficking case
The former officer with the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office accused of paying a woman in Texas for pornography that also involved the woman’s child has pleaded guilty according to documents from the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
The plea agreement shows Michael Eugene Williams, 60, admitted to one of the eight charges he faces.
Williams pleaded guilty to sex trafficking of a child, which is a mandatory sentence of at least 15 years in prison.
A former NYPD lieutenant accused of raping and sexually assaulting two underage girls he knew is headed for trial in April.
Judge Williams DeProspo set April 4 for the start of jury selection for Nicholas McAteer, 46, of Greenwood Lake, who faces an 82-count indictment in Orange County Court. He was arrested in August and indicted in October 2017.
This Teenager Accused Two On-Duty Cops Of Rape. She Had No Idea The Law Might Protect Them.
When Anna said she was raped by two on-duty cops, she thought it would be a simple case. She had no idea she lived in one of 35 states where officers can claim a detainee consented.
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Wichita, Kansas- Swatting is what happens when someone makes a call to a police department with a false story of an ongoing crime – often with killing or hostages involved – in an attempt to draw a large number of police officers to a particular address. Swatting has gained traction across the country with online gamers, and the FBI estimates there are about 400 cases of swatting each year.
In Kansas, a man is now dead because of swatting prank. Wichita police originally received a call that a man had an argument with their parents, shot them and the shooter was holding his remaining family members hostage.
Officers went to the 1000 block of McCormick, preparing for a hostage situation and after they “got into position and a male came to the front door,” according to Deputy police Chief Troy Livingston. “As an unidentified man came to the front door, one of our officers discharged his weapon.”
Livingston didn’t say if the man, Andrew Finch, 28, had a weapon when he came to the door, or what caused the officer to shoot the man. Finch’s family says he did not have a gun and there are no guns in the house. Livingston added he doesn’t think Finch fired at officers, but the incident is still under investigation. Finch later died at a local hospital. The name of the officer, who is a 7 year veteran of the force, has not been released, but a spokesperson for the department has said the officer will be on paid leave while the incident is being investigated.
A series of Twitter posts screenshotted by the Wichita Eagle suggests that Finch became the unintended victim of a “swatting” prank stemming from a heated discussion over a Call of Duty bet. Two gamers had an argument over a $2.00 bet and eventually one of the gamers called police to swat the other. However, the swatter had the wrong information and sent police to Finch’s home, not the other gamers home.
A police officer now serving prison time for impregnating a then 14-year-old girl was recently disciplined over renewed efforts to contact his victim.
James “Paul” Blair pleaded guilty to statutory rape of a child in March. He was sentenced to 12 years in prison, but that came with the agreement that the former Lowell cop make no contact with the girl for the rest of his life.
Blair violated those restrictions, according to information from the Division of Adult Correction as relayed by Gaston County’s district attorney and the victim’s mother.
“I have begged and I have asked for them to stop and they never stopped,” said Karen Vaughn, the victim’s mother. “I called the prison several times and said there’s letters getting out… Every time I try to push this back out of my mind, he just continuously does this.
This child is (now) 15 years old. This has made her sick.”
Vaughn is now raising the baby for her daughter, who she says is in a hospital. She says Blair sent a letter to one of his family members with instructions to forward it to the teen.
District Attorney Locke Bell says corrections officials have told him a similar story, and that it’s up to them to determine how the offense could impact his sentence. The maximum term on the range of his plea agreement was nearly 20 years, according to the N.C. Department of Public Safety.
“I was amazed that he was stupid enough to do it,” Bell said.
Department of Public Safety officials wouldn’t comment on the specifics of the infraction, other than to say it was a Class B offense, which includes “communicating directly, indirectly, via a third party, or in any manner with victims, or family members of the victims.”
Before his conviction Vaughn said that Blair, 52, tried to contact her daughter while in jail. Blair began work as a police officer with the Belmont Police Department in 2001.
Vaughn trusted the man to be a mentor to his child, believing that his role in the community would be a positive influence. Instead, she says he abused her power by impregnating her daughter and then refusing to leave her alone.
“It makes me want to kill him,” she said. “Whatever with jail. Jail doesn’t mean anything. The man is still doing it. Apparently he’s getting by with everything.”
The former Arizona cop who was acquitted for the murder of Daniel Shaver had previously been investigated for body slamming a teenager during an arrest captured on video.
The footage shows Mesa police officer Philip Brailsford and other cops arresting 2 men at a gas station in 2015. While attempting to apprehend a group of teens for criminal damage to a store … Brailsford put one of them in a headlock, spun him around and slammed him to the ground.
While the suspect was pinned down, Brailsford put him in cuffs. Two other officers used a similar tactic to take down another suspect who appeared to be resisting. The suspects were booked for criminal damage, aggravated assault, and resisting arrest.
According to police docs, obtained by TMZ, Brailsford and 3 other cops on the scene were investigated by Internal Affairs for using an “inappropriate amount of force.” They were eventually cleared.
Brailsford was found not guilty of 2nd degree murder in the death of Shaver. Attorneys for Shaver’s family called it an “execution” upon seeing the dramatic body cam footage of the shooting.
As has been reported, Brailsford was a failed actor before he joined the police force.
A former Dallas county jailer pleaded guilty Tuesday to posing as a film director in order to entice young boys into making pornographic films, The Dallas Morning News reported.
Kevin Scott Morris, 44, used a camera as a pretext to molest young boys and create child pornography, the report said, citing court records.
The report said Morris would travel with the victims back in 2009 for film and modeling sessions, and would act like he wanted to advance their careers to build trust.
An investigation into Morris began in 2016 when authorities from Orange County, Calif. contacted the Kaufman County Sheriff’s Office in Texas about a boy’s complaint that Morris had touched him “all over” at a hotel and at Morris’ home in 2012, the Dallas Morning News reported. The boy was reportedly 13 at the time.
Morris, who worked at Dallas County jails from May 2013 to October 2016, was eventually indicted in January 2017 on enticement and child pornography charges.
Morris pleaded guilty Tuesday to enticement of a minor, which covers all of the sexual abuse allegations. His plea agreement mentions 10 other victims, some of whom are still unknown to law enforcement. At the time of Morris’ arrest, federal authorities asked the public to help identify other children whom Morris may have sexually abused.
He faces up to life in prison at sentencing.
Former South Carolina police officer Michael Slager faces 19 to 24 years in prison for the deadly shooting of unarmed black man Walter Scott, according to sentencing guidelines announced by a judge this morning.
U.S. District Judge David Norton will announce later today the amount of time Slager will serve, which is expected to be within that range. The former officer could have faced life in prison. Norton ruled that Slager committed second-degree murder and obstruction of justice.
Both sides wept in court today when Scott’s mother looked the former officer in the eye and told him she forgave him.
Slager’s wife cried uncontrollably.
The judge’s decision comes after Slager, who is white, pleaded guilty to a federal civil rights offense.
Slager shot and killed Scott on April 4, 2015, while Slager was an officer with the North Charleston Police Department. Witness video that surfaced shortly after the encounter appeared to show the moment Slager fatally shot Scott as he ran away. He was fired from the force after the shooting.
Slager was charged in South Carolina with murder and pleaded not guilty. During the murder trial, Slager’s attorney said his client shot Scott because he was in fear for his life. In 2016, the case ended in a mistrial. The state retrial and federal trial were expected to take place this year, but instead, in May Slager pleaded guilty to violating Scott’s civil rights in federal court, ending the federal case against him and also resolving the state charges that were pending after the mistrial.
The judge’s ruling today followed several days of testimony, including from Feiden Santana, the witness who filmed the shooting.
Walter Scott’s brother, Rodney Scott, today in court called the death of his brother the worst day of his life. Rodney Scott said he wants Slager to pay for his actions.