Michael Wylie, who died 5 years ago, has been named in a criminal complaint for dodging jury duty.Read more »
JACKSONVILLE, Fla, -- The Bomb Squad responded to Herschel & Dancy Streets Monday morning.
A TV with graffiti written on it was turned on its side in the middle of the road.
The TV had the words, "You will die watching television" on it.
The TV was destroyed and the scene is now clear.
Daily News @ RevolutionNews.US — Obama Regime Wants To Force Our Veterans To Pay Their Own War-Related Medical Expenses! ALL THE WAY BACK TO VIETNAM!Read more »
With the rise of e-mail and the decline of letters, mail volume is falling at a staggering rate, and the postal service's survival plan isn't reassuring. Elsewhere in the world, postal services are grappling with the same dilemma — only most of them, in humbling contrast, are thriving.Read more »
A Brooklyn man whose assault charges were dismissed remains in prison after already serving five years. ABC7 reports that Oswind David was sentenced to 23 years in Sing Sing because a jury was not aware that a judge has tossed out David's indictments due to a prosecutorial error.Read more »
An FBI agent assigned to move a rare Ferrari wrecked it during a short drive in Kentucky, and its owner is now suing the U.S. Justice Department, which has refused to pay $750,000 for the car.The Ferrari F50 was stolen in 2003 from a dealer in Rosemont, Pa., and discovered five years later. The FBI kept it in Lexington, Ky., as part of an ongoing criminal investigation.
FBI agent Fred Kingston was to move the Ferrari from a garage in May 2009. Assistant U.S. Attorney J. Hamilton Thompson said Kingston invited him on a "short ride."
"This past Thursday night, I found this document sitting in the garbage can in front of the NYPD’s Manhattan South Task Force stationhouse on 42nd Street. And by sitting, I mean, it was the only piece of trash in the bottom of the can."Read more »
A Bristol Herald Courier investigation of the charred living room – destroyed April 27 following a daylong police standoff – turned up the partially disintegrated remains of a canister that resembles the grenade, called a Triple Chaser.
Any use of such an outdoor-only device could negate any legal justification police had in destroying property when searching for their suspect that day, said use-of-force and defensive tactics expert Roy Bedard, of Tallahassee, Fla.Read more »
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