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San Antonio woman Noel Bracy says she caught a peeping Tom staring into her window using a hidden camera she set up outside her home. Andrea Martinez from CBS affiliate KENS-TV reports.
All three suspects reportedly confessed to killing Janice Zengotita-Torres
Detectives wanted to get the children out of the room "without seeing the horrific scene just outside the door"
Police in Overland Park received a report of a shooting at a home, but soon learned the call was likely a prank
Prosecutors say in court documents the Oregon guard wrote love letters and exchanged explicit pictures with the teen
"I opened my blinds right here, and I was face to face with him," Texas woman Noel Bracy told CBS affiliate KENS
Ronnie Lucas Wilson was caught while trying to flee out a vacant home's window, police said
Detectives say a North Carolina woman killed her two children and then jumped off a bridge onto an interstate highway to kill herself
Lisa Rae Bryan, 32, faces charges of second-degree murder, involuntary manslaughter and obstruction of justice
Driver slammed into NYPD officer Saturday night; he lost his footing and landed on the street as the car sped away on Seventh Avenue
Detectives probe claim that disgraced former politician wanted to stab man during irate interaction in a restaurant on Jan. 2
Police say officers administered a field sobriety test, which Rodman failed late Saturday
Determining the cause of death is never child's play, even with dollhouse-like training tools. Erin Moriarty reports on the intricate dioramas created by Frances Glessner Lee, a woman intrigued by unsolved murders, who assembled tiny laboratories of forensic investigation. Her macabre "Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death" are now on display at the Smithsonian in Washington.
Intrigued by unsolved murders, Frances Glessner Lee created tiny dioramas of death, to help train forensic investigators to examine crime scenes
A 33-year-old man previously deported from the United States faces felony charges
The girls, 5-year-old Samaii Daniel and 8-year-old Sammarre Daniel, died from gunshot wounds to the head
Five people had been inside the stopped Honda, but two of them exited the car before it was hit
50-year-old took mail from his rural postal route in Louisiana to his home in Pitkin, where he burned at least 20 tubs of mail, U.S. Attorney Alexander C. Van Hook said
The 25-year-old is also charged with giving false alarm and interference with a law enforcement officer
Approximately 40 passengers aboard the bus were safely removed and no injuries were reported, police said