The Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office says they’ve finally identified and arrested someone who is known throughout their area as a […] The post Man Named Michael Dick Arrested For Masturbating And Exposing Himself To Women appeared first on Crime Feed.
“We are all devastated about Zayn Malik but we must soldier on.” The post Boston Mayor: “We Are All Devastated About Zayn Malik But We Must Soldier On” appeared first on Crime Feed.
Noah Thomas was last seen by his mother on Sunday morning at the family's home
A Bronx man who was busted for jumping a turnstile at a Harlem subway station Wednesday was discovered to be armed with a loaded handgun, authorities said. NYPD Transit officers...
A Norwegian man is facing jail time for gluing his own beard onto someone else’s head. Excuse me? Yes, a […] The post Crime Of Fashion: Man Faces Jail Time For Pasting Beard Hair Wig On Bald Victim appeared first on Crime Feed.
Police say victim was killed with a hammer, found in plastic barrel outside Sonoma City Hall
The cross-dressing millionaire charged with an execution-style shooting is a "person of interest" in at least six other murders! Real estate heir Robert Durst, 71, whose cold-blooded crime spree was exposed by the HBO docuseries “The Jinx,” is being investigated in unsolved killings in six cities, The National ENQUIRER can now reveal. Show More Summary
Pa. man who managed to slip in to home also slipped up, police say
Jack got free, and started horsing around
Tweet by Mike Roche The Darin and Kim Campbell family lived in a rented 1.6 million dollar Tampa mansion, the former home of retired tennis star James Blake. The house sat behind the gates of the prestigious and very private Avila development, which was populated with multimillion-dollar homes and [...]
A Snapchat snafu and a crime involving OJ (not the "Simpson" kind) are among the weirdest crime stories of the week: The Update on Screech You've Been Waiting For : What got Dustin Diamond so worked up late Christmas night that he allegedly got into a bar fight? Apparently, Smirnoff Ice...
Minn. woman alleges she's been dogged by faulty finding that she committed vehicular homicide
On Friday, February 17, 2012, 27-year-old Jessica Mae Hardin scolded her 9-year-old step-daughter for lying to her grandmother about eating a candy bar. As punishment, Savannah Hardin was told to run, and keep running while carrying a load of firewood. Show More Summary
LEBANON, Tenn., March 27. — Mack Francis and James Turney, negroes, were hanged at 12.23 this afternoon for the murder of Lew Martin last summer. They showed a great deal of bravado and confessed their guilt after ascending the scaffold. Francis struggled much, but Turney died instantly, his neck being broken. The execution was private, […]
The strange kidnapping of Denise Huskins was a real—and horrific—crime, not a joke or the hoax police now say it is, according to lawyers for Huskins and her boyfriend, Aaron Quinn. Quinn's lawyer tells NBC that the reason his client took almost 12 hours to report the alleged...
Victims Heather Scaggs Ellen Hanson Richard Stowers Cynthia Moreland Shauna May [no picture] Diana O’Connell Anne Alderson Anne Kelly Menjivar Cecelia Ann Sheppard Bryan Hartnell Mary Frances Bennett, 23 Defense attorney admits client...Show More Summary
Ricardo Nunez was trimming a tree outside his Echo Park home on a Sunday morning last month when a white truck pulled up and a person inside opened fire, killing the 35-year-old father. Ray Martinez, the LAPD detective investigating the case, is seeing fewer such fatal drive-by shootings. Show More Summary
The 75-years-to-life sentence of ex-cop Michael Pena – convicted in 2012 of viciously raping a school teacher at gunpoint – was upheld Thursday by a state appeals court. A five-judge...
More than 45 years after he was strangled with a dog chain by an infamous “Goodfellas” mobster, Paul Katz finally had his day in court — in a tiny cremation...
A federal judge on Thursday sentenced three men whose 2013 arrest on charges stemming from a D.C. police robbery sting raised concerns that high-risk law enforcement tactics were entrapping otherwise harmless suspects.Read full article >>