"It could have been done better. I was arrested for not smiling. I have Parkinson's," he said, adding that he realized the officers were working long hours and trying to control the event properly, but they had not, in his case, acted correctly. He said he did not want to make further comment until he received a response from Surrey police.Read more »
People blowing soap bubbles are told by officer, "If one of those bubbles touches me, you'll be in handcuffs for assaulting an officer."Read more »
TACOMA, Wash. — KIRO TV’s investigative unit has discovered Tacoma police used force to arrest and handcuff an innocent deaf woman after she called 911 for their help. Instead of an apology, she ended up bloody and in jail for nearly three days without an interpreter before a prosecutor declined to press charges.Read more »
Covering four lanes of traffic, this camera generated $2,079,206 in fines in the 2010-11 financial year - or more than $5500 a day.Read more »
Dog owners who haven't renewed their pet's license should expect a knock on their door next week. Deputies will first check residences of dog owners who have not renewed their pet's licenses for 2012 and then conduct checks on an individual street basis. All dogs age three months or older must be licensed. Licenses must be renewed annually between the first Monday in December and January 31Read more »
No matter how many new laws and regulations governments create, old and obsolete laws are never repealed. Over the years, this has led to an environment in which all of us are unwittingly guilty of committing multiple felonies every day. The only thing keeping us out of prison and saddled with crushing legal fees is we haven't attracted the attention of enterprising and/or bored public officials.Read more »
MONTPELIER, Vt. - Working in a stout former bank building with windows closed and air conditioners humming, Orleans County sheriff's deputies didn't know what was happening in their parking lot until a neighbour called 911Read more »
A motion to dismiss charges based on the use of a Predator drone was denied Wednesday. A North Dakota court has preliminarily upheld the first-ever use of an unmanned drone to assist in the arrest of an American citizen.Read more »
It's all in the name of anti-terrorism and public safety, of course, but the London 2012 Olympics will be the most sinister sporting event ever held outside of Battle Royale.Read more »
They have been described as "A menace to society, a cancer plaguing our neighborhoods."Read more »
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