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Batts gave a report on crime that included a surprising statistic. Half of all cars stolen in Baltimore had their keys left in the ignition, he said. The comments were made as he informed officials that car thefts had increased 4 percent compared
Police said the vehicle was parked in the Brookswood area on May 19th in the early morning, when the suspect allegedly opened the vehicle and took a laptop and a handheld Playstation game.
You still have to wake up and go to work, but everything's more complicated than usual...I woke up and walked my dog and ate breakfast and got ready for work and then drove downtown...Before I could walk the dog, I had to find my long johns, wool
Suspected dog fighter Leroy Longs Jr. allegedly made 259 trips between July and mid-November to five addresses in Minneapolis where he kept pit bulls, each animal padlocked to a chain embedded in concrete or attached to a tire iron. Minneapolis
On the coldest morning yet this season, Denver police officers parked a tempting, toasty, decoy "puffer" car with its engine running, only to see potential thieves snub their wheels. But criminals were less reluctant when it came to the real thing...
Bicycle thieves in this pedal-happy town are now on notice that the next set of wheels they steal might transport them directly to jail. The Ashland Police Department has begun a new sting operation that uses an electronic tracking device on a
A new method of catching these criminals is a traceable liquid called SmartWater. When a thief breaks into one of these planted vehicles, the liquid is sprayed all over, and is invisible unless it is placed under Ultraviolet light. Although this is a
Police in beach communities are using "decoy" bicycles equipped with GPS tracking to nab thieves...These types of thefts are nothing new in beach communities, in fact, it's an epidemic...But when thieves are caught, they don't get in any trouble
Video footage from a reality television program shows that a Los Angeles County sheriff's detective lied in court testimony and in arrest reports involving two car theft cases, the district attorney's office said...Anthony Shapiro "willfully,
The car burglary suspect told police he was only looking for something to eat, but all he got was a splash of water. The new crime-fighting tool known as Smartwater CSI is being credited with helping Fort Lauderdale police make a case against Michael