This guys stops an armed robbery, likely saves his life and his co-worker's, but gets fired for breaking Walgreen's policy that says employees can not do anything to escalate a robbery situation. Sounds to me like he deescalated it pretty well.
Several members of Orlando's most violent street gang decided to detain a peaceful citizen allegedly over a burned out taillight.
Was this gang initiation night, or was the cop just a touch frazzeled from not having his boots licked?
Disobey armed fundraisers for the state, make them show their selves as the aggressor.
Shiny badge, a blue costume or not; Armed Vehicular Robbery is still Robbery no matter how you shake it. If any Joe Citizen had intimidated someone with 4 other gang members and an armed carjacking they'd be in prison. Stop giving these crimes legitimacy.
A shopkeeper at a jewelry store turned the tables on two armed robbers. One suspect is hospitalized and in critical condition following the attempted robbery. Two men, one in a wheelchair, came to the Tick Tock jewelry store and allegedly ordered people down on the ground and pointed guns at customers. The shopkeeper reportedly took out his own gun and allegedly ordered the gunman to drop his weapon. When the robbery suspect refused, the shopkeeper shot the suspect in the face.
SANFORD, Fla.— A man who defied officials for more than 13 years by refusing to remove airplane parts and other junk from his yard was sentenced to three years in prison.
Alan Wayne Davis, 49, had been placed on house arrest in September after serving nearly a year in prison for illegal dumping and creating and maintaining a public nuisance.
On Monday, a judge sentenced Davis to three years in prison for violations of his house arrest, including failing to return home from work on time and keeping part of a World War II fighter plane in his yard.
An 85-year-old woman who led a female-dominated immigrant smuggling ring was sentenced to 2 1/2 years in prison Thursday in a case that stands out at a time when larger, more violent organizations along the U.S.-Mexico border have muscled groups like hers aside.
A New Berlin teen who pleaded no contest blackmailing his classmates for sex through Facebook was sentenced Wednesday to 15 years in prison. 19-year-old Anthony Stancl apologized during sentencing, saying he has learned to understand what his victims went through