Jeremy Dear was fired because his body camera wasn’t turned on when he fatally shot suspected car thief Mary Hawkes in 2014. His case comes as police departments nationwide struggle with implementing the camera technology.
Police in Pasco, Washington, shot and killed Antonio Zambrano-Montes Tuesday evening after he allegedly threw rocks at cars and officers.
Developing: The Foreign Office is investigating the incident.
Farm to plate in one emotional afternoon.
Alberto Nisman was killed Jan. 18, but new test results from the gun only turned up his DNA.
Muskogee Officer Chansey McMillin shot and killed Terrance Walker on Jan. 17. Police released video of the shooting Friday.
The Albuquerque, New Mexico, district attorney says two local police officers will be charged in the March 2014 killing of James Boyd, a 38-year-old homeless and mentally ill man. Officers could face murder for the fatal shooting.
Someone lit a fire at at the Hamburger Morgenpost Sunday. The paper has printed Charlie Hebdo cartoons, though it was not immediately clear if the incident was connected to the recent attacks in France.
Four women, two men, a boy, and a girl were found dead Monday. Police later found a man dead at a restaurant who matched the description of a person police had been looking for earlier.
The woman and her nine-year-old daughter were targeted after they came across the bodies of three people. The young girl survived with only minor injuries.
The 50-year-old Rajasthani woman also had her hair chopped off and her face blackened, as punishment given to her by a local Panchayat for allegedly killing her husband’s cousin – a crime she claims she didn’t commit.
“How does somebody go into a Walmart and not come out alive?”
Michael Dunn, 47, will be sentenced to life in prison for the November 2012 fatal shooting of 17-year-old Jordan Davis.
It’s a dangerous world out there for your sex drive.
Samuel Little’s criminal record goes back decades, but investigators have only recently used DNA evidence to link him to several Los Angeles cold cases.
The Palestinians were executed by masked gunmen in Gaza on Friday.
Vending machines or volcanoes?
The confrontation between Albuquerque authorities and citizens marks the latest act of outrage over a string of police killings in the city. A recent Justice Department investigation cited the police for brutality and excessive force.
“This is the story of how I, Elliot Rodger, came to be. This is the story of my entire life. It is a dark story of sadness, anger, and hatred. It is a story of a war against cruel injustice,” says the document attributed to the shooter. Warning: Graphic and disturbing content.
Police say 22-year-old Elliot Rodger stabbed three men, then went on a shooting rampage that killed three more near the campus of the University of California, Santa Barbara. The incident also left 13 people injured.
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UPDATE: Suspect identified as a former Tampa police officer. The shooting happened during a screening of “Lone Survivor” inside a Tampa, Fla. theater. The victim was reportedly texting and making noise when the suspect grew angry, pulled a gun, and fatally shot him.
Renisha McBride, 19, went looking for help in the middle of the night after she got into a car accident last weekend, but was shot dead after ringing the doorbell at a nearby home.
“Ape’s Law,” signed by Gov. Cuomo, makes it a felony to kill police dogs and horses.
This is his idea of “dark humor.” Oh, Canada.
The killings occurred in the village of Velika Ivanca, thirty miles Southeast of Belgrade.
El Paso County Sheriff’s Department: “Because of the circumstances where you have violent folks who are willing to execute a DOC official, we don’t want to underestimate these guys.”
Chilling police video of George Zimmerman returning to the scene of the crime. The video was recorded the day after Zimmerman fatally shot Trayvon Martin and released this morning by Zimmerman’s defense team.
Disturbing. In order to better reconstruct his horrific shooting spree, Oslo authorities returned Anders Breivik to Utoya Island. A police spokesman later said Breivik showed no remorse as he detailed his cold-blooded execution of 69 people, mostly teenagers.
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Anders Behring Breivik has been identified as the man in police custody who is believed to be responsible for the bombing in Oslo that killed at least 7 and the shooting rampage at a youth camp on Utoya Island that has left at least 85 dead. Breivik is 32 and known to have right-leaning, nationalist, anti-Islamic views, although an actual motive remains unknown. Officials believe he acted alone.
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