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Florida 14-year-old killed in unsolved 'deliberate act,' police say

Added: 01.12.2021 0:41 | 9 views | 0 comments

The mysterious unsolved killing of a Florida 14-year-old in Palm Beach Gardens rattled residents and attracted assistance from neighboring law enforcement agencies as investigators look for clues.

DeSantis proposes bonuses and pay raises for Florida police

Added: 30.11.2021 22:02 | 16 views | 0 comments

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis proposed $400 million to increase salaries and provide bonuses to Florida law enforcement officers and other first responders across the state.

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R. Kelly's Chicago Recording Studio and Alleged 'Sex Cult' Den Visited by Cops

Added: 30.11.2021 17:29 | 73 views | 0 comments

Cops paid a visit to R. Kelly's recording studio in Chicago, which has been featured on Lifetime's docuseries as an alleged "sex cult" base where the singer held girls captive. Law enforcement sources tell TMZ ... officers dropped by Kelly's...

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Marilyn Manson’s Home Was Searched Amid Investigation Over Abuse Allegations

Added: 30.11.2021 6:06 | 8 views | 0 comments

Law enforcement executed a warrant on the artist’s West Hollywood residence.

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Missing gun belonging to Laundrie's parents wasn't made public due to 'frenzied atmosphere,' attorney says

Added: 28.11.2021 17:16 | 36 views | 0 comments

Brian Laundrie's parents discovered a handgun was missing when they voluntarily surrendered their firearms to law enforcement the same day they informed authorities that their son was missing, according to the family's attorney, Steven Bertolino.

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Texas crash kills off-duty cop, injures family members; suspect facing DUI charges: reports

Added: 28.11.2021 3:27 | 20 views | 0 comments

An off-duty Texas law enforcement officer was killed and three family members were injured Saturday in a suspected DUI crash in Tarrant County, according to reports.

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FedEx kerfuffle: Investigation continues into hundreds of packages dumped in Alabama ravine

Added: 27.11.2021 18:07 | 58 views | 0 comments

After hundreds of FedEx packages were dumped into a wooded ravine in northcentral Alabama, law enforcement and FedEx are continuing to investigate.

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Florida Woman Faked Medical Condition To Get Better Airplane Seat And Forced Plane To Be Diverted, Police Say

Added: 01.12.2019 22:35 | 1 views | 0 comments


A who faked a medical condition in order to get a better seat on an airplane during the busy Thanksgiving weekend ended up causing the plane to be diverted, police say.
The unnamed woman is now in custody after police say she told staff on an American Airlines flight from Pensacola to Miami that she was having trouble breathing. As reported, the woman actually wanted to sit more comfortably during the flight and was making up the medical issue.
The pilot had to turn around and return to Pensacola, where the plane landed.
The situation only got sticker from there, the report noted. After the flight was diverted, the woman refused to leave the plane, leading officials to evacuate all other passengers. The pilot was eventually able to convince the woman to leave the plane, and she was arrested.
As American Airlines noted in a statement on the incident, it all took place in under two hours — which was nearly 20 minutes longer than the length of the original .
"American Eagle 3508 returned to Pensacola due to a passenger who requested medical assistance," American Airlines said in a statement to NBC News on Friday. "The flight took off at 5:43 a.m. and landed back at Pensacola at 6:26 a.m. and taxied to the gate. All [passengers] deplaned normally at the gate through the main boarding door and onto the jet bridge. The passenger was subsequently removed by law enforcement and medical personnel, and the flight took off again at 7:41 a.m."
As the reported, police took the woman into custody under the state's Baker Act, which allows a person to be held involuntarily if they pose a threat to themselves or others. The report did not note whether the woman had been released or remained in custody.
It was not clear yet if the woman would face charges for claiming she suffered a medical issue, Pensacola Police Department public information officer Mike Wood said. She may still be charged, the report noted.
The woman could also face some large fines if found guilty of the charges. Last year, a man's unruly behavior on a Delta Airlines flight caused it to be diverted for singing loudly and screaming, as well as making a veiled threat against a flight attendant. After being hit with federal assault charges, the man was fined close to $10,000 for the cost of diverting the flight.

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