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Perp Pees on Parked Patroler; Police Piqued
By: Taylor V. Smith - 01 November 2011 - 0 Comments

An unnamed Nebraska man was arrested after urinating on a police car, at a police station, while an officer was inside the vehicle. [...]

Man Arrested Smuggling Bricks–Not Those Kind of Bricks
By: Taylor V. Smith - 26 October 2011 - 0 Comments

87-year-old Leo Sharp was arrested for smuggling 104 bricks of cocaine worth nearly $3 million. [...]

The Proof is in the Panties
By: Taylor V. Smith - 21 October 2011 - 4 Comments

Anthony Arevalos, a former police officer, was fired earlier this year after urging females to perform sexual favors to avoid traffic citations. [...]

Robber’s Spidey Sense Fails Him
By: Taylor V. Smith - 21 October 2011 - 0 Comments

Dale Foughty, 56, attempted unsuccessfully to rob a North Carolina convenience store wielding a sword and wearing a Spider-Man mask. [...]

Bribed Investigators Give Pass on Cigarette Tax, Get Smoked
By: Taylor V. Smith - 21 October 2011 - 0 Comments

Two investigators from the Cook County, Illinois, Revenue Department were suspended for receiving bribes from cigarette vendors. [...]

Man Poses as G-Man to Avoid Debt, Believes Nothing Could Possibly Go Wrong
By: Taylor V. Smith - 21 October 2011 - 0 Comments

Mark B. Chartrand plead guilty this week to charges of impersonating a federal agent in an attempt to avoid repaying a loan. [...]

Drug Addict Trumpets Kidnapping on Facebook, Surprised When Police Arrive at Home
By: Taylor V. Smith - 19 October 2011 - 0 Comments

Douglas J. Martin, 38, of Riverside, Illinois, announced last Sunday on Facebook that he had kidnapped a Korean woman and was holding her captive in his basement. [...]

Man Visits Church, Leaves with Richer Life
By: Taylor V. Smith - 17 October 2011 - 0 Comments

Michael Amsler left the Westport Road Baptist Church facility with a variety of stolen items, which he later sold to a pawn shop. He was arrested. [...]

Woman Texts Cop to Offer Drugs, Enters WrongNumberText History
By: Taylor V. Smith - 14 October 2011 - 0 Comments

Amy Leigh Brown mistakenly sent a text message to sheriff's deputy P.V. Alkire to offer drugs. [...]

Nepotism Pro Tip: Place Friends in the IG’s Office
By: Taylor V. Smith - 13 October 2011 - 1 Comment

Dr. Shirley Miles, former head of DOD's Defense Education Activity, used her authority to hire family and friends, and to receive unauthorized perks and payment. [...]