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The Metropolitan Police Department has seen a spike in officer-involved shootings across the valley. A reason for the increase, police say, is that the situations that police respond to are more likely to turn violent. We've seen an unprecedented
GT;> A wireless system inside the Seaside police station designed to temporarily store surveillance camera feeds from public places near crime scenes is up and running and ready to start testing. Meanwhile, civil liberties advocates continue to
It also questioned the rationale of hiring security agencies as their personnel remain a mute spectator at the time when they are required to prevent trouble. In a letter written to the municipal commissioner on Saturday, Opposition AMC leader
Kattina Jones, who was accompanied by her 10-year-old son, Dimitrius, said she thought it would be difficult to enforce the law, which will take effect in mid-August. "All the kids gotta do is go somewhere, wait a little while, then come back out,"
Two teens in Dry Ridge, Kentucky have repeatedly broken into a church to destroy property, cook pizzas, and taunt the security cameras . Though it's unverified, we can be reasonably sure they were wearing backwards baseball caps and Misfits t-shirts
Police in Salinas are looking for the suspects in the fatal shooting of a 19-year-old man on Friday evening. The victim, David Hernandez, was walking on Fairhaven Street near Haven Alley where two men approached him around 7:45 p.m., police said.
If I end up in chains in Guantanamo, the NSA whistle-blower tells The Guardian's Alan Rusbridger and Ewen MacAskill in a must-see interview , I can live with that. Snowden, meeting the journalists in a Moscow hotel room, talks openly and eloquently
Chicago police are searching for Antoinette Knox, who is wanted for aggravated kidnapping. Police issued a community alert alleging that Knox, 26, took her own children from their foster parent Thursday during a supervised visit in the 900-block of
Metro robbery detectives are asking for the public's help identifying two suspected purse snatchers. According to police, two men approached a woman in the parking lot of a business near the intersection of Serene and Eastern avenues on July 3. The
The mayor and top police officials in Newark are hitting the streets to launch a summer anti-crime initiative. They led a group of clergyman and residents on a neighborhood walk, which they say will become a regular event. It was a chance for