Union County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested a 23-year-old Delaware man for abusing harmful intoxicants at 9:08 p.m. Sept. 10.
Deputies responded after receiving a report of a person inhaling chemicals inside a vehicle at a residence on Graham Street in
Police arrested Brett Chamberlain Monday.
They say they found stolen ID cards, birth certificates, social security cards, check books and stolen gift cards in his car.
They said he may be responsible for hundreds of Tulsa car burglaries.
The failure by police to investigate the hacking of murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler’s phone was “unacceptable” and “a matter of deep regret”, an internal investigation has said.
The failure by police to investigate the hacking of murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler’s
A Florida man accused of sexually abusing a toddler and hacking a charitable organization’s computer systems has been sentenced to 42 years in jail for producing and possessing child pornography.
A judge sentenced 43-year-old Timothy Sedlak on Monday
Scammers already have your credit card number but need something from you to access the account
Beverly Hills police have issued a warning about a credit card scam that was reported by a resident.
The scammer calls would-be victims on
With recent news stories about U.S. hospitals and police stations being the victims of computer hackers who demand ransoms to bring computers back online, there is no time like the present to be proactive.
In February, a hospital in Hollywood
San Diego’s “Bridal Bandit” – a woman who admitted to stealing wallets from brides, guests and workers during weddings – vowed to do seven years in prison Wednesday.
Denise Gunderson, 50, dubbed the “Bridal Bandit” by authorities, was sentenced to
The 18 month project will be closely watched by The Home Office, who are keen to use the lessons learnt here to fight cyber-crime nationally.
The West Yorkshire Police (WYP) and Leeds Beckett University are to team up to fight
Christopher Qu, 24, pleaded not guilty to charges of a racially motivated attack on a black high school student and his older brother.
A 24-year-old Irvine man pleaded not guilty today to charges stemming from an alleged racially motivated attack
Undercover cyber security agents pose as hackers for their clients and then leave a digital trail that attracts real cyber thieves and allows the undercover party to thwart the attack, according to The Wall Street Journal. The real cyber thieves
Cyber security experts at De Montfort University Leicester (DMU) are working with the police to fight the increasing threat of cyber crime.
Officers from across the East Midlands came to DMU to learn more about digital forensics and the latest
Dubai — Sophisticated cameras to monitor wanted criminals, a ‘smart’ patrol bike installed with radars and an advanced tracking system, and a computer programme that analyses crime and identifies areas prone to serious crimes. Sounds like 007 gadgetry? Well, these
By PoliceOne Staff
MIDDLETOWN, Calif. — A police K-9 died Tuesday after collapsing during a training exercise.
The Times Herald-Record reports K-9 Axe had just completed training with his handler, Officer Michael McDonald, when he collapsed.
Axe was rushed
Curt Johnson, an heir to the Johnson family household products fortune, will spend Fatherâ€™s Day in jail for inappropriately touching his teenage stepdaughter for several years.
It was a sentencing that some in the community thought might never
By Gal Tziperman Lotan Boston.com
NEW BEDFORD, Mass. — A police officer executing a search warrant for drugs was shot at a New Bedford apartment Friday night, police said. Two men inside the apartment were arrested; two other men
By Sara Roth KGW.com
PORTLAND — A crowd of angry protesters confronted a group of police early Tuesday morning in downtown Portland, leading to multiple arrests, according to a witness who caught the scene on camera.
According to police, the
By Joel Rubin Los Angeles Times
LOS ANGELES — Christopher Dorner, the ex-Los Angeles police officer who went on a killing rampage to avenge his firing from the LAPD, lied repeatedly to further a "personal agenda" during his short time
Author: Garey McKee
By Mark Schlinkmann St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Tired of getting caught in political cross-fire, police chiefs are seeking job protection.
The Missouri Police Chiefs Association convinced the state Legislature last month to make it more difficult for cities
MUMBAI: Mumbai police have set up India’s first “social media lab” to monitor Facebook, Twitter and other networking sites, sparking concerns about freedom of speech online.
A specially-trained team of 20 police officers will staff the lab, which was launched
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