Two Indianapolis police officers, estranged husband and wife, dead in murder-suicide

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BY Sasha Goldstein / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Thursday, April 17, 2014, 10:07 PM An Indianapolis Metropolitan police officer broke into his estranged wife’s home Thursday evening and shot her dead before turning the gun on himself, police said. “It’s a very difficult day in the city of Indianapolis,” Mayor Greg Ballard said at a [...]

NOPD Officer sentenced to 3 years for abusing minors

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BY Stef Camille WWW.STREETGANGS.COM STAFF WRITER March 31, 2014 Desmond Pratt, 43, a former homicide detective was finally sentenced on Friday of sexually assaulting three young girls. The officer pleaded guilty to lesser charges and was not given the possible 20 years from Orleans Parish Criminal District Court Judge Franz Zibilich. Pratt pleaded guilty to two [...]

An oasis from crime: Meet Chesterfield Square’s peacekeeper


joseph.serna Photography by Luis Sinco March 10, 2014 Los Angeles police Officer Andre Dixon lowered the passenger-side window and aimed his flashlight at a darkened living room window guarded by white bars. Click-click … click-click … click-click. Dixon’s light snapped on and off. The porch light flicked on and a woman in a dress and [...]

Pennsylvania trooper may have accidentally shot, killed pregnant wife: report


Joel Landau / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Saturday, March 8, 2014, 4:47 PM The pregnant wife of a Pennsylvania state trooper and her unborn child died in their home Friday afternoon — possibly the victims of a tragic accidental shooting by the law enforcement officer. Authorities found JoAnne Miller, who is married to a state [...]

Exonerated Angola death row inmate tells Senate about ‘horrors’ of solitary confinement

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By Bruce Alpert, | Times-Picayune February 26, 2014 at 5:57 PM, updated February 27, 2014 at 12:43 PM WASHINGTON — When the request came to testify this week to a Senate committee about solitary confinement, Damon Thibodeaux said he decided it was a great opportunity to share information — though painful — with people [...]

Sheriff candidates say they were victims of campaign prank

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By Robert Faturechi / LA Times February 26, 2014, 10:08 a.m. When Jim Hellmold decided to run for sheriff of Los Angeles County last month, he knew that one of the first things his campaign needed was a website. He figured would make the most sense. Except when he typed the address into his [...]

Morgan City police chief dies after shooting himself in Biloxi

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By The Associated Press February 01, 2014 at 6:59 PM, updated February 01, 2014 at 7:06 PM NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Biloxi police say the police chief of Morgan City shot himself and died in a casino hotel, but it was not clear whether the shooting was suicide or an accident. Sgt. Chris De Back [...]

South Bay jail deputy was on meth, had rifles and fired gun at suspected truck stealer, authorities say


By Mike Rosenberg / San Jose Mercury News 01/31/2014 06:27:38 AM PST Updated: about 5 hours ago A Santa Clara County Jail deputy arrested on drug charges this week was charged with assault Thursday after he told investigators that he fired a gun at a man he thought stole his truck, authorities said. Juan Carlos [...]

Third inmate added to abuse charges against LA County Sheriff’s deputy


City News Service | January 24, 2014 LOS ANGELES – A Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy already accused of assaulting two inmates and lying about the incidents also assaulted a third inmate, prosecutors alleged in new charges, it was reported today. Jermaine W. Jackson, a five-year veteran of the department when charges were originally filed [...]

LAPD officer awarded $260,000 over arrest by Pomona police

LAPD Officer Sergio Arreola

Joel Rubin (Los Angeles Times) | January 24, 2014 A jury has awarded a Los Angeles police officer $260,000 after finding that Pomona police used excessive force on the young cop and unlawfully arrested him. The verdict reached Wednesday evening was a final step in a nearly two-year effort by Sergio Arreola to clear his [...]

Probe into former Napster exec killed by sheriff’s car nears end


By Joseph Serna and Ruben Vives / LA Times January 23, 2014, 5:21 p.m. Los Angeles County prosecutors will soon probably consider whether to file charges against a sheriff’s deputy who fatally hit a former Napster executive bicycling on Mullholland Highway, sheriff’s officials said Thursday. It’s been more than a month since Milton Everett Olin [...]

Audit reveals Sheriff’s Department took unclaimed funds belonging to released inmates

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Christina Villacorte (Los Angeles Daily News) | January 17, 2014 The Sheriff’s Department took $1.6 million ­— most of belonging to released inmates — instead of directing it to the appropriate county agency, according to a report released Thursday by the county Auditor-Controller. A spokesman for Sheriff Lee Baca, Steve Whitmore tried to downplay the [...]

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