A Christian pastor and his wife’s adopted son has been charged with murder after the couple was recently found dead in Alabama.
It is shocking to know that before 1967 youths in the United States did not have the same rights as adults in court. Before the landmark case In Re Gault individuals underage were not promised the freedoms under the fourteenth amendment. The court system did not take juvenile delinquent cases as seriously. It was almost as if they brushed the delinquents under the rug and put them into a detention center the first chance they got. The Supreme Court came to the conclusion that in the case of In Re Gault the requirements for due process were not met. This has turned into a landmark case because it has altered the way the juvenile delinquent court system runs.
James Blake in New York, was mistaken for a suspect in an identity-theft ring. The officer charged at him, picked him up and slammed him to the ground. Four others helped detain and handcuff Blake who cooperated willingly and immediately. After they realized their mistake he was released and profusely apologized to. Patrick Lynch the head of the New Your City policy union criticized the officers saying that they were un-American and irresponsible. An officer in Delaware responding to a call from Jeremy McDole about his attempt in shooting himself the officer fatally shot the wheelchair-bound man and argued that McDole was armed. In the video tape of McDole and the officer McDole didn’t appear to be armed. Another person was fatally shot by an officer in Maryland. The officer was responding to reports of Keith McLeod trying to use fake prescriptions. The officer argued that McLeod was reaching around his back to pull out a gun. However, there were no weapons found at the scene. Dominic Fuller was shout by a Sheriff deputy in Florida. The Sheriff was called in to investigate suspicious activities and found Fuller sitting in a stolen car. Fuller ran and said that he was armed. He refused to comply and stood with his right hand behind his back. When Fuller lifted his hand the Sheriff saw a black and chrome object and proceeded to shoot Fuller five times and later it was confirmed that Fuller was holding a stapler.
Potter advised me that Westerdale wanted to talk to an Officer. I talk to Westerdale via phone (210-716-4955). Westerdale wanted to know what was happening. I advised him of the situation and that if he had any further questions that he can contact the Police Department any time at 361-825-4242. I had Brown lock up room D since the resident was out of town. I cleared and made my way to University Police Department (UPD).
Carol M. Bundy was a ruthless serial killer. In her early years Carol M. Bundy was young kind and beautiful. Not many people would have thought or even believed that she would become a serial killer. She was kind too everyone she knew she helped people however when her mother died she became very nonsocial to everyone her mother’s death hurt her very badly. It eruct her hard she lost her mind completely. She killed over sixteen people and she was arrested August 11, in 1981 and her and her husband was soon known as the sunset strip killers. Carol M. Bundy was an American serial Killer. All the dead bodies and all the horrifying evidence this proves that Carol M. Bundy was an American serial killer.
In December, 2014, the actual day McClain left the University Hospital, the threatening / harassing phone calls began. She said the phone threats were accompanied by McClain physically following her. One evening while her daughter was cheerleading at Hickman High School McClain showed up and began staring at her daughter, then back at Brandy. She was so scared that she had to get an escort from the facility after the game because McClain was hanging around gymnasium.
On 12/7/16, at 1008 hours, I, Officer Humphries #335, was met in the lobby of the Bladensburg Police Department by a citizen who wanted to file a stolen cellular telephone report.
The Great Albert Belle Corked Bat Incident (or the Cleveland Indians Corked Bat Incident as it is more commonly known) involves Albert Belle, slugger for the Indians who was found to have a corked bat after Gene Lamont (manager of the White Sox at the time) tipped off the umpires. Umpires placed Belle 's bat in safe keeping in their private chambers, but later, the bat was switched out for another. One that was perfectly legal. The Indians were not able to keep the ruse going for long, and were found out.
Janice Green was a wife, mother, and community organizer in Perry County, Alabama. Right now she is an inmate sentenced to 37 years in Prison. This narrative is an attempt to explain the story as it was collected from a variety of sources, such as witness interviews, family interviews, released statements, legal sources and good old fashioned research. As I understand it, here is how they hemmed up Janice Green.
On 10-03-2015 at 2018 hours I responded to 599 Pine (Casey 's) in reference to counterfeit bills.
I knocked on the door, announced I was the Police, told Oleg he was under arrest
At approx 1:15 pm ON 8-29-16, I was sitting at my desk in my office with the
On 07/01/17, at 3:21pm, I Deputy Warden N. Christian was dispatched to Kids Kingdom Childcare and Learning Center (970 Oakland Park Ave), on a dog at large, no known owner. I arrived at the location and met with complainant Latanya Cox and victim Jamaal Cox Jr. Ms. Cox stated that she sent her grandson outside to retrieve something from her vehicle. When her grandson returned, he stated that a brown and white pit bull was outside growled and approached him. He was able to get inside before the pit bull caused any harm. Ms. Cox escorted me outside where she point out a white house just behind the childcare center. Ms. Cox and Jamaal stated the pit bull escaped through a hole in the fence from that location.
On the above date and time Corporal Joshua Hussey asks to speak with me concerning an inmate complaint. He stated on 10/29/2015 night shift Inmate David Anthony Todd F Block/Cell F3 accused Officer James Law of inappropriately touching him. I instruct Cpl. Hussey to escort Inmate Todd out of the housing unit; he and myself exit Tower 2. Inmate Todd and I are in the Bonding Court Room when he gives his account of the incident; no other staff is present at this time. Recreation ended and Officer Law was locking down the inmates on the bottom tier. In Cell F3 Inmate Todd was lying down on his bunk (bottom) his head facing the wall, backside exposed, blanket covering his head, fully clothed, awake and his cellmate Patrick Michael Argoe was
I was scheduled at 2 pm Wednesday(Dec 3rd) afternoon. Once I entered the shack I was confronted immediately by Scott. Without warning He said take that laptop back to your car. In an angry voice. I had a my carrying case with my tablet inside of it. So I responded oh really? Since you are going to micro manage me. Don 't leave your shift before I have even clocked it. This is happened numerous times. He did it yesterday(Dec 2nd) when he lift early when I came to relieve him. Ask the new guy Tim who was in training both days.