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DNA on Coke can leads to arrest in teen's 1989 rape, murder

7 hours agoNews / Crime : Crimesider

Mandy Stavik vanished in 1989 while jogging near her Washington home -- her body was found three days later

Mom accused of faking son's illness after 13 "major" surgeries

7 hours agoNews / Crime : Crimesider

8-year-old boy had more than 300 medical appointments and 13 operations before a doctor reported suspicions

Cops: DNA From Coke Can Unravels Teen's 1989 Murder

Home from college for Thanksgiving, 18-year-old Amanda "Mandy" Stavik took her family dog for a jog near Bellingham, Wash., on Nov. 24, 1989. The dog returned home that day, but Stavik's body, showing evidence of rape and possible drowning, was later found in a river. DNA was collected, and in...

Victim in Va. house fire identified as 73-year-old man with ‘limited mobility’

Loudoun authorities think an electrical problem might have sparked the blaze that killed Robert Steves.

High-end outdoor store hit in the latest of a series of robberies in D.C., Md.

Surveillance video shows three robbers escaping with $22,000 in merchandise in a church van.

Mother who buried her infant son in the woods sentenced to six years in prison

Her husband had beaten the 2-month-old; couple didn’t get medical help for the child.

Advocacy group raises concerns about psychological evaluations on hundreds of defendants

A Department of Health spokesman says a forensic psychologist’s license was granted “in error” in 2015.

Gun Range Employee Cleaning Rifle Accidentally Shot And Killed Customer

HARRIS COUNTY, TX — A gun range employee was cleaning a rifle when he accidentally shot and killed a customer walking into the range. An unnamed employee at the Hot Wells Shooting Range was cleaning a rifle in the range building when...Show More Summary

OPP still needs help in Karen Caughlin case

In the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) latest press conference they told the public that Karen Caughlin was most likely unintentionally killed by a motorist in 1974. The papers called it “shedding a new light on the case” but I disagree. Show More Summary

Review of Sandy Hook police response remains unreleased

8 hours agoNews / Crime : Crimesider

After major incidents of violence police typically release an investigation into their own response, but the Connecticut State Police have not

NYC subway bomb suspect faces charges from hospital bed

8 hours agoNews / Crime : Crimesider

Akayed Ullah is accused of detonating a pipe bomb that was strapped to his body in a busy pedestrian tunnel Monday

Inside 3 Men's Alleged Plot to Kill Muslims in Kansas

They called themselves the Crusaders, a small group of men in Kansas who splintered off from a larger local militia group and were allegedly bent on killing Muslim immigrants. In a lengthy story, New York magazine profiles the trio of Patrick Stein, Curtis Allen, and Gavin Wright, now imprisoned on...

Dutch Schultz: 5 Facts About The Mob’s Brutal “Beer Baron”

9 hours agoNews / Crime : Crime Feed

Born Arthur Flegenheimer to German-Jewish immigrants on August 6, 1902, Bronx native Dutch Schultz grew up to make a fortune […] The post Dutch Schultz: 5 Facts About The Mob’s Brutal “Beer Baron” appeared first on CrimeFeed.

William Ennis: Wife-Killing Cop, First Policeman to Die in Electric Chair

9 hours agoNews / Crime : Crime Feed

William Ennis made tragic history as the first ex-cop to be intentionally electrocuted to death by the state. The post William Ennis: Wife-Killing Cop, First Policeman to Die in Electric Chair appeared first on CrimeFeed.

This Man is Innocent. Lock Him Up!

10 hours agoNews / Crime : Sword and Scale

We’re no strangers to hearing about an innocent man being locked away in prison. Just flip on Netflix and you’ll find a least a couple series on the subject. We

911 dispatcher gets to meet baby girl she helped family deliver at home

With no time to get to the hospital, father is instructed how to deliver baby at home.

Man is charged with making bomb threat against a Prince George’s County energy plant

Prince George’s County police said the suspect texted in a threat to the plant last week.

Why Did Emily Creno Fake Her Son's Cancer?

On the surface there was nothing exceptional about Emily J. Creno. In 2012, the mother of an 8-year-old girl and a boy who was four lived in Utica, a central Ohio town not far from Columbus. After the 31-year-old's marriage had gone sour, her husband John moved out of the house. Show More Summary

Children Die From Abuse and Neglect as Child Protection Services Look On

According to the Associated Press, at least 786 children died of abuse and neglect in the U.S. in a six-year span in plain view of child protection authorities. Many of them were beaten, starved or left alone to drown while these agencies...Show More Summary

Thornton P. Knowles On Judging a Book By Its Author

A chain-smoking reporter once asked me if I could enjoy a book written by a bigot. I asked the reporter if he could enjoy a cigarette made by a company that knew it was killing people.Thornton P. Knowles

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