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Week Experiment Tests Hot Spot Policing by Paul Bass Jul 30, 2013 8:05 am Please enter the word you see in the image below: The corner of Dixwell and Bassett was hot as Officers Jason Jackson and Mike Pepe strolled bymuggy hot, not mugger hot.
Owasso Also, the city of Owasso yardwaste disposal area has extended operation until 7 p.m...Possible criminal activity and ... public corruption in the Owasso city government are alleged. A petition seeking a grand jury investigation into former
The investigation of former Building Inspector Paul Bourgeois concluded late last week showing "absolutely no criminal activity" and town officials said they expect to receive a report of the findings soon. What they haven't decided is whether they
Supreme Court judge has ordered the B.C. government to rewrite some of its claims against the Nanaimo Hells Angels in a long-running civil suit over the bikers' clubhouse. Justice Barry Davies agreed with some of the Hells Angels' concerns that the
Attorney Fred Wyshak choked up during arguments in the case as he defended one of his main investigators, Massachusetts Lt...Wyshak was responding to a defense claim that one of the key witnesses in the case may have been involved in further criminal
In a statement, spokesman David Procopio said the five men and two women found inside the reservoir were cleared after a thorough investigation. Procopio said that the Massachusetts State Police and the FBI have determined that the subjects have no
Save to mystar Slot machines had been operating less than a year at Woodbine racetrack when Toronto police asked city council to fund an extra 18 officers to handle the increased workload. The historical information indicates that gaming facilities
The joint patrols have been in effect for more than a month after an increase in criminal activity in the area. When Newsday visited various parts of Laventille yesterday, several policemen in vehicles were seen patrolling the various communities.
A Lexington man is to be arraigned in court Wednesday for allegedly hiding a cellphone in a locker room at Saint Joseph East hospital and recording female employees changing clothes...Bajarin, 43, is charged with third-degree voyeurism, according to