It’s the Aussie pot roast.
Deputies described a “chaotic” scene early Saturday money when gunfire broke out at a Spring Break party in Panama City. Three of the seven victims were identified as students at Alabama A&M University.
Pro tip: If you’re going to break the law, don’t publish it on the World Wide Web for your mom and the police to see. Might this explain the country’s falling crime rates?
A mother from Detroit was taken into custody on Tuesday after an 11- and a 14-year-old were found dead inside a freezer at their home.
The Colorado pre-teen has been detained in a juvenile center with two counts of attempted first-degree murder.
Notorious killer Ward Weaver III was among those falsely reported as released. A technological glitch is responsible for the erroneous notifications.
The detective inspector made the comments after 17-year-old Masa Vukotic was stabbed to death in a Melbourne park.
“Well he was asking for it, dressing in flammable clothing.”
The ShotSpotter system can send alerts to police in real time. Other police departments, though, have had mixed experiences with the system.
The real estate scion and infamous murder suspect was taken into custody on a warrant for murder out of Los Angeles.
The survivors reenacted their greatest aspirations in a series of moving and powerful photographs.
The jury deciding the Arizona woman’s fate said it was hung on Thursday, and the judge declared a mistrial. It means that Arias will not receive the death penalty for the murder of her former boyfriend, Travis Alexander.
Prosecutors in New York called Lacey Spears a “calculated child killer.” Her 5-year-old son died after he was force-fed a lethal dose of salt.
Radio show Science Friday asked its fans to come up with #CrimeHeadlinesFrom2025. Technology could make for some really weird criminals in the future.
The Department of Corrections postponed the executions of Kelly Gissendaner and Brian Terrell in order to analyze the drugs that were to be used in last night’s execution.
The bodies of Glen Hochman and his two daughters, Alissa and Deanna, were found in the family’s home on Saturday. Authorities said Monday that Hochman indicated in a suicide note that the killings were premeditated.
Huntsman admitted she killed six infants that she gave birth to over a decade. She will be sentenced on April 20.
A judge cleared a 61-year-old man Thursday for taking cell phone pictures up the skirt of a 13-year-old girl at a Target, saying it wasn’t technically illegal.
Ophelia Lovibond, Lucy Liu, and showrunner Rob Doherty talked to BuzzFeed News about how Kitty Winter “does not wish to be defined by her victimhood.” Warning: MAJOR SPOILERS ahead for the Jan. 29 episode.
Thirty-five years after Chicago’s infamous “killer clown” was convicted for murdering 33 men, eight of John Wayne Gacy’s victims remained unidentified. Jason Moran, Cook County’s one-man cold case unit, has made it his mission to find those names, exposing what has been called our criminal justice system’s “silent mass disaster.”
Things didn’t go to plan for this would-be burglar, who tried to get in to Nottingham Trent University but ended up hanging around upside down for five hours.
An unprecedented 125 exonerations of innocent criminal defendants was recorded in 2014, according to a new report from a project of the University of Michigan Law School.
Moisés Sánchez had been missing for three weeks. A former policeman confessed to the killing, which he said was ordered by the local mayor.
The lucky reader will have 24-hours to finish the book before it explodes. Don’t worry, there’s also a free ebook version.
So far, three people have been arrested in connection with the six unconnected crime scenes. Officials said criminals have become emboldened as officers focus on protests in the region.
Michael Robert Hoyt was indicted last week for allegedly plotting to shoot the speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives.
You’ve lost a considerable amount of sleep over the Nisha call.
A Judge set Zimmerman’s bond for $5,000 and ordered him to turn over his firearms.
The former nurse has been on trial since September for three murders and two attempted murders, although a court-appointed psychiatrist said he admitted to killing at least 30 patients.
Of the 2,250 people required for the 150 special units, 750 will be women, to encourage victims to come forward.