News >> Browse Articles

Browse News Articles

  • -11

    Deputy Sent to Hospital After Struggle With Drunk Driver

    KING COUNTY, WA - A King County sheriff's deputy broke his wrist early Wednesday morning as he wrestled with a suspected drunken driver in White Center. The deputy went to the hospital. The suspect got away. The Sheriff's Office says at 12:30 a.m. the deputy tried to stop a 1993 Cadillac DeVille in the White Center neighborhood. The deputy suspected that ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated -11
  • +5

    Victim's Cell Video Leads to Arrest Of Suspected Rapist

    OAKLAND -- A parolee found hiding in a doghouse was arrested on suspicion of raping a woman who took a video of her alleged attacker with her cell phone, police said Wednesday. Dion McDaniel, 47, of Oakland allegedly forced his way inside the 28-year-old woman's home on the 900 block of Apgar Street and raped her June 7. The woman used ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated +5
  • -9

    Slain Deputy Saw An Opportunity To Save A Life

    Slain Deputy Saw An Opportunity To Save A Life
    ORISKANY, NY -- Hours into the armed standoff last week on Knoxboro Road in the town of Augusta, leaders of the Oneida County Emergency Response team decided that if negotiations continued until 3 a.m., they would call for relief personnel and notify the New York State Police that an armored vehicle was needed. One hour before the deadline, the team decided ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated -9
  • +3

    20 Years Behind Bars for Man Who Fired on Police

    20 Years Behind Bars for Man Who Fired on Police
    WORCESTER -- A Worcester man has been sentenced to up to 20 years in prison for shooting at four police officers who were trying to arrest him. One officer was struck by a bullet fragment. Anthony Burns pleaded guilty on Wednesday to 15 charges, including four counts of assault to murder, and weapons charges. Burns was sentenced to 18 to 20 ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated +3
  • +2

    Boston Graduates First Police Class In Three Years

    BOSTON - This is graduation day for 64 Boston police recruits, and it is the first time in six months that their day has not started with two hours of running and jumping. But next week, the hard work truly begins. These men and women will scatter across the city, joining Boston’s 2,072 sworn police officers. For recruits, wearing police blue ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated +2
  • +1

    NYPD Investigating Claim of 1994 Tupac Shooting

    NYPD Investigating Claim of 1994 Tupac Shooting
    NEW YORK - A convicted killer has stepped forward to say he was behind the 1994 robbery and shooting of Tupac Shakur that fueled the bloody rivalry many blame for the rapper's murder two years later. Dexter Isaac, now serving a life sentence, told AllHipHop.com that he robbed Shakur outside the Quad Studio in Manhattan in November 1994 on the orders ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated +1
  • -36

    Head Injury Claims Life of Pasadena Officer

    Head Injury Claims Life of Pasadena Officer
    ANGELES NATIONAL FOREST - A South Pasadena police officer died Tuesday when he collapsed during a training exercise at Burro Canyon Shooting Park, authorities said. Kevin Sandoval, 23, of Covina was pronounced dead about 3 p.m. following a training accident. Sandoval was doing firearms training when he fell for an unknown reason and hit his head, said Monterey Park police Sgt. ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated -36
  • -8

    Police Forced to Shoot Mentally Ill Man Who Stabbed Officer

    Police Forced to Shoot Mentally Ill Man Who Stabbed Officer
    WASHINGTON, DC - A man who reportedly had a history of mental-health issues was fatally shot by D.C. police Tuesday after he stabbed one officer, barricaded himself in his Northwest Washington residence and later lunged at other officers, authorities said. D.C. police Cmdr. Hilton Burton, head of the special operations division, said police were called about 1:30 p.m. to assist city ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated -8
  • +4

    Bomb Squad Detonates Suspicious Package Near IRS Building

    Bomb Squad Detonates Suspicious Package Near IRS Building
    DETROIT - A backpack that set off a bomb scare outside the IRS building on Michigan Avenue in Detroit has been detonated by the Detroit Police Bomb Squad. The backpack was found at about 4:30 a.m. at the corner of Third and Michigan, said Detroit Police Inspector Don Johnson. A power source spotted after an X-ray of the bag, prompted authorities ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated +4
  • -10

    Police: 5-Year Old Boy Shot By 8-Year-Old Brother

    HOUSTON — Police say an 8-year-old boy has fatally shot his 5-year-old brother in a Houston motel room where they were staying with their father. The incident happened about 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at a Motel 6 on Interstate 10 in the western section of the city. Police Sgt. Bobby Roberts says the boys’ father had left them alone for a few ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated -10
  • Rate

    MI Senate Clears Police Pensions for Tax Exemption

    LANSING -- Less than a month after Gov. Rick Snyder signed new taxes on pensions, the Senate voted Tuesday to exempt most police and firefighter pensions from Michigan's income tax. The exemptions would apply to the majority of police and firefighters who do not pay into or receive benefits from Social Security, a practice in cities that dates back decades. Because ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rate This
  • -21

    Cop Wounded During Fierce Gunfire Exchange

    Cop Wounded During Fierce Gunfire Exchange
    BOSTON - A Boston police officer who teaches women how to defend themselves was shot by a suspect in a domestic violence call yesterday morning during a fierce exchange of gunfire, marking the third time since November that a Massachusetts officer has been shot in the line of duty. Officer Shawn Marando was about to finish his overnight shift, authorities said, ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated -21
  • -11

    Mom Tries to Hire Hit Man Over Facebook

    Mom Tries to Hire Hit Man Over Facebook
    PHILADELPHIA - After a bitter fight with her child's father, police said, a Southwest Philadelphia woman took to her Facebook wall and offered $1,000 to anyone who would murder her ex. London Eley, 20, didn't have to wait long. Timothy Bynum, 18, of Darby, soon volunteered for the job. The hit was never carried out, but police believe the plot was ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated -11
  • -20

    Officer Charged With Stealing $43K From Elderly Woman

    Officer Charged With Stealing $43K From Elderly Woman
    WASHINGTON, D.C. — A District of Columbia police officer was charged Tuesday with scamming an elderly woman she was assigned to help, authorities said. Sgt. Aisha Hackley was arrested on a theft charge at the police department’s Second District headquarters, where she works. The 35-year-old was released on personal recognizance and is due back in court later this month. Hackley forged ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated -20
  • -17

    Militia Man Who Shot At Police Still Loose

    Militia Man Who Shot At Police Still Loose
    MONTANA - U.S. agents are combing a 30sq mile block of dense forest in Montana after a shootout between an 'armed and extremely dangerous' former militia leader and sheriff's deputies. David Burgert, 47, exchanged gunfire with Missoula County officers along a logging trail on Sunday following a slow-speed car chase. No one was hurt in the gun battle, but Burgert, who ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated -17
  • +7

    Prison Farm Trains Inmates, Feeds Needy

    Prison Farm Trains Inmates, Feeds Needy
    LEAVENWORTH, KS - Prison food has never enjoyed a great reputation. But the quarter million pounds of produce grown annually by inmates at the United States Penitentiary at Leavenworth just might change that. It’s fresh, free, feeds the less fortunate and even has helped inmates get good jobs after being released — all without costing taxpayers a nickel. Wait. A prison ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated +7
  • -2

    Sheriff's Office Auctioning Off 'Cheap' Maserati

    HOUMA, La. — In the two years since the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office confiscated a 2005 Maserati Quattroporte from a drug dealer, it's been driven 3,000 miles and dropped nearly $50,000 in estimated value. Now it's up at auction, with sealed bids due Thursday morning. When it was seized, Sheriff Vernon Bourgeois estimated its value at $80,000. Last year, he said ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated -2
  • -28

    Drunk Mom Rolls SUV With 11 Kids Inside

    MILWAUKEE - A vehicle with a drunken driver behind the wheel and 11 children inside rolled over on a big-city exit ramp in Wisconsin, sending five of the kids to the hospital, authorities said. The crash happened Saturday afternoon on northbound Interstate 43 at the 10th Avenue exit in Milwaukee, with the sport-utility vehicle coming to a rest on its roof, ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated -28
  • -3

    TX Police Join Hispanic Leaders In Opposing 'Sanctuary Cities' Bill

    AUSTIN -- The state's largest law enforcement agencies joined forces with Hispanic leaders Monday in opposing a so-called sanctuary cities bill that supporters say is a needed tool against illegal immigration. The emotion-charged bill, which Gov. Rick Rick Perry has designated as a top priority, would let law officers ask about immigration status when they arrest or detain someone. The bill ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated -3
  • -13

    Retired Cop Shot In Carjacking; Returns Fire

    Retired Cop Shot In Carjacking; Returns Fire
    DETROIT - An 81-year-old retired Detroit police officer was shot during a carjacking, but returned fire on the man who stole his 2010 silver Ford Escape, police said. According to police, the victim — whose name has not been released — was leaving the U.S. Post Office near Chene and Gratiot when he was approached by another man around noon. The ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated -13
PoliceLink School Finder

Save time in your search for a degree program. Use PoliceLink's School Finder to locate schools online and in your area.


* In the event that we cannot find a program from one of our partner schools that matches your specific area of interest, we may show schools with similar or unrelated programs.