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A Vallejo police officer fired for sending a threatening email to former Chronicle columnist Otis Taylor Jr., among other misconduct allegations, was cleared of wrongdoing by an arbitrator and will return to work with the police department, his lawyer said Friday.
A year ago, Vera Mekuli had just graduated from NYPD training and was giving her commanding officer a lap dance at a holiday party. Now, Mekuli continues to make waves in her off-time by posting a series of sexy snaps where she dresses up as the comic book criminal Harley Quinn.
The skepticism was swift and citywide, from police precincts to emergency rooms and EMS ambulances, when New York City Mayor Eric Adams rolled out his new plan to force the mentally-ill into medical treatment.
An investigation that resulted in the Wednesday arrest of a Murray County Schools administrator for child molestation and statutory rape began on Nov. 9 when Sheriff Jimmy Davenport was alerted to a Halloween party that reportedly involved the administrator and several minors.
A man on Friday was arrested and charged with murder in the shooting death of Migos rapper Takeoff, Houston Police Chief Troy Finner said.
Omitted from his county’s Most Wanted list, a man left a Facebook comment that led to his arrest by Georgia authorities.
Tampa Mayor Jane Castor placed police Chief Mary O’Connor on administrative leave on Friday as the city investigates a traffic stop O’Connor was involved in last month in Pinellas County.
Moscow police said in a short statement Friday night that the killings of four University of Idaho students do not appear to be tied to similar stabbings that occurred in Oregon and Washington.
A disorderly man blocking traffic in Brooklyn brawled with two cops who asked him to move — and then ran off, eluding arrest, police said Saturday.
A Florida woman defied the orders of police officers multiple times, driving around barricades, and waved off officers as he approached driving her Range Rover at 60 miles per hour at thousands of runners in St. Petersburg.