Michael Sykes, fugitive suspected of stabbing his girlfriend and all three of her small children with a kitchen knife in a brutal attack, was arrested on Saturday, ending a four-day manhunt. Police said that Sykes was last seen on surveillance footage Wednesday heading to the Staten Island Ferry shortly after the fatal attack, and a call to his mother […]
Thanks to her previous history with the law, a Chicago grandmother faces a minimum of six years in jail for allegedly kicking a police officer during a dispute. https://twitter.com/eSHEIKH_/status/697183108555268096 Tina Hunt could get anywhere from 6 to 30 years in prison following an altercation with Chicago deputy Ivan Beat in November 2013, according to the Chicago Tribune. At the […]
The criticism against the American Civil Liberties Union of Illinois began in January when the non-profit organization teamed up with the Chicago Police Department to monitor police stops with the help of contact cards and thorough reports on incidents between officers and civilians.
Melodie Gliniewicz, the widow of disgraced Illinois officer Lt. Charles Joseph Gliniewicz, was arrested this week after being charged with money laundering in connection to her husband's crimes.
NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal paid a visit to Gainesville, Florida after video of a police officer playing basketball with a group of teens went viral.
The Denver District Attorney declined to charge the police officers involved in the death of a mentally ill man named Michael Lee Marshall, prompting the family to call for a federal investigation on Friday, KDVR reports. The incident occurred in November 2015 when Marshall–a reported homeless paranoid schizophrenic–was arrested for trespassing. While in custody at the station, police claim […]
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Donald "Chip" Pugh was caught by police in the small town of Century, near Pensacola, Florida.
Pugh appeared in the wanted mugshot with bloodshot eyes and a grin. Not satisfied with the photo, Pugh posted a pic on the department's Facebook page, asking them to use his "cool" selfie instead. The post quickly went viral.
A White Mississippi police officer will not face criminal charges for choking an unarmed man who later died.
Last year's shooting of an unarmed mentally ill Black man in Atlanta has prompted prosecutors to seek an indictment against the White police officer involved in his death, The New York Times reports.
The New York Daily News reports the 16-year-old was hit with a flashlight by Officer Sean McCamman during an arrest in June 2014.