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California burglaries committed by South American theft ring involve hidden cameras in shrubbery: authorities

Law enforcement officials in Los Angeles County, California say a resident found a hidden camera in her garden, which was likely placed to conduct surveillance for a burglary.

Accused New York City serial puncher indicted on hate crime charges

A New York man faces hate crime charges in connection to multiple attacks on women over several months.

Michigan trooper hit with murder charge for striking man with unmarked SUV

Michigan State Police Detective Sergeant Brian Keely was charged Tuesday with second-degree murder for driving an unmarked SUV into a 25-year-old Kentwood resident.

Suspected Mexican cartel leader and 'El Chapo' henchman suspected in American deaths faces slew of US charges

Néstor Isidro Pérez Salas was extradited to the U.S. over the weekend to appear in court on indictments related to murder, kidnapping, and drugs.

Texas police arrest fugitive illegally in US, wanted for murder by Interpol

Splendora, Texas, police have arrested international fugitive Leo Acosta Sanchez, 21, who was wanted for murder. She was living illegally in the United States.

Elderly 'serial slingshot shooter' nabbed after terrorizing neighbors for a decade: police

An elderly man was arrested in Azusa, California, on Thursday after neighbors complained of being victimized by a "serial slingshot shooter" for nearly a decade.

Massachusetts fugitive dubbed 'Bad Breath Rapist' captured after fleeing nearly 17 years ago

The U.S. Marshals Service arrested Tuen Lee Kit in California on Tuesday after he fled Massachusetts in 2007, when he was found guilty of kidnapping and raping a woman.

Louisiana city names interim police chief

Mayor-President Monique Boulet of Lafayette Parish, Louisiana, named Capt. Paul Trouard as the jurisdiction's interim chief of police, according to The Advocate.

Indianapolis officer fatally shoots suspect in armed carjacking

An Indianapolis police officer on Tuesday fatally shot a suspect in an armed carjacking after they reached for an item they dropped during a foot pursuit.

Washington state teen plummets 400 feet near iconic High Steel Bridge

A Washington teen was rescued Saturday after falling 400 feet into a canyon near a railroad bridge, authorities said Monday.

Military fighter jet crashes near New Mexico airport

A military fighter jet crashed shortly after taking off from Albuquerque International Airport in New Mexico on Tuesday. The pilot ejected and was said to be conscious.

Environmental review allows Gulf of Maine offshore wind research lease to proceed

The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management has finished an environmental review allowing a Gulf of Maine offshore wind research lease to proceed.

A 'gustnado' churns across a Michigan lake. Experts say these small whirlwinds rarely cause damage

A 'gustnado,' a type of whirlwind kicked up by thunderstorm winds and resembling a small tornado, churned across Gun Lake in western Michigan over the weekend.

No charges for Michigan deputy who fatally struck fleeing teen with patrol car

The Kent County, Michigan, sheriff's deputy who fatally struck 17-year-old Riley Doggett with his patrol car during an April chase will not face charges.

Bette Nash, who was named the world's longest-serving flight attendant, dies at 88

Bette Nash, who was previously named by Guinness World Records as the 'world's longest-serving flight attendant' for her more than 60 years of service, has died at age 88.

Former South Dakota mayor, law enforcement officer charged in triple murder

A 64-year-old man from a small town in South Dakota he once represented as mayor has been charged in a triple murder, the state's attorney general announced.

Paul Pelosi attacker David DePape resentenced to 30 years, judge apologizes for error

Paul Pelosi hammer attacker David DePape has been sentenced again to 30 years in prison after being given a chance to read a statement in court.

Anti-Israel encampment at Wayne State University forces classes to go remote

Wayne State University in Detroit said all classes would be held remotely until further notice due to tensions arising from an anti-Israel encampment.

Louisiana bill to castrate sex offenders moving toward governor’s desk for signature

A bill allowing judges to sentence child rapists to surgical castration may be signed into law by Louisiana Gov. Jeff Landry.

Virginia father arrested in Turks and Caicos for having ammo in bag to be released on time served

A Turks and Caicos judge on Tuesday sentenced Virginia father Tyler Wenrich to time served and ordered him to pay a $9,000 fine for possessing ammunition on the islands.

Massachusetts stabbing spree suspect Jared Ravizza pleads not guilty in Plymouth rest stop attack

Massachusetts stabbing spree suspect Jared Ravizza has pleaded not guilty to charges relating to an attack at a Plymouth rest stop, his attorney says.

Georgia Snapchat stalker gets life in prison for attack that almost killed 15-year-old girl

Zachary Iona, 22, groomed a Georgia 15-year-old on Snapchat then brutally attacked her with duct tape, rope and a knife, according to prosecutors.

Ohio historical society moves closer to gaining control of ancient tribal site, now a golf course

Ohio’s historical society is close to gaining control of ancient ceremonial and burial earthworks constructed by Native Americans and now maintained by a country club.

5-year-old Chicago girl among 9 fatally shot over Memorial Day weekend, grandmother issues plea

A 5-year-old girl sitting in a car was among nine people fatally shot in a bloody Memorial Day weekend of gun violence in Chicago, Illinois.

2 rescued as 80-foot yacht sinks off Florida coast

St. Johns County Fire Rescue and the U.S. Coast Guard rescued two mariners aboard an 80-foot yacht that began taking on water off the coast of Florida.

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