Sen. David Carlucci teamed up with the Westchester Hispanic Coalition Wednesday to offer a "know your rights" presentation at the Joseph G. Caputo Community Center in Ossining. The strip of land separating North and South Korea at the 38th parallel, the DMZ, puts soldiers from each side of the
Jennifer Fredell went to a magistrate in the spring 2015 seeking an emergency protective order under Chapter 50B of the North Carolina General Statutes. Harris testified under oath at a hearing in Fredell’s divorce case that her office does not issue protective orders against members of law enforcement. “I
Bryan Kirkpatrick, 14-year veteran assigned to the Troop H District 3 Highway Patrol in Monroe, was arrested Sunday and charged with assault on a female. In early April, Trooper Bryan S. Ledbetter, an 8-year veteran, was placed on administrative duty by state Highway Patrol. Ledbetter is facing three felony
Representatives from the Portsmouth Chapter of the NAACP announced that they would do an investigation, one day after a fatal officer involved shooting in the city that left 29-year-old Brown dead, shot during a struggle after a hot pursuit chase. Representatives from the Portsmouth Chapter of the NAACP announced
The family alleged in a recent letter written to county officials that officers violated Anthony Howard Sr.’s civil rights during the April 19, 2013, arrest. After he dropped the scooter and keeled over onto a flower bed, police continued to pump electricity into Howard; he kicked wildly on his
A federal appeals court has reversed a Fort Worth judge’s decision to dismiss a lawsuit against the city and two police officers in the death of an obese man who suffered a heart attack during a drug raid in 2013. A three-judge panel on the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court
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The department had to investigate after the officer returned to the station with serious symptoms, but they couldn't publicly declare the worker innocent until receiving the results of extensive testing from the state crime lab, he said. The story made national headlines and garnered speculation about the worker's motive
A top official of the Florida Highway Patrol has told the troopers under his command that they are not writing enough speeding tickets. State troopers, who are among the lowest-paid in the country, can make extra money working the roads, and part of their job is to deter speeders.