Tag: law enforcement

Turkey’s campaign to punish foreign NGOs at the UN continues unabated

Abdullah Bozkurt/Stockholm Turkey’s global campaign to prosecute non-governmental organizations that criticize President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s government on a range of issues continues unabated, with the latest target being a prominent Geneva-based NGO that fights transnational organized crime. In a letter to the United Nations office in Vienna, the Turkish government asked the United Nations to […]

Ex-Carlisle detective jailed for trading official stock for sex | Crime and courts

Staff and son reports HARRISBURG — A former Carlisle police detective who served on a drug task force was sentenced Friday to more than six years in prison for trading official actions for sexual favors. Former Carlisle Police Officer Christopher Collare, 54, of Blythewood, South Carolina, was sentenced on Friday to 75 months for bribery, […]

Supreme Court suspends High Court order allowing citizens to feed stray dogs. Read here

The Supreme Court on Friday suspended a Delhi High Court order that allowed stray dogs to be fed in every residential company. The Supreme Court has issued an opinion to the Animal Welfare Board of India and others on a petition challenging the order of the Delhi High Court regarding the feeding of stray dogs. […]

NDLEA Raids Lagos Island Drug Den, Arrests Suspected Kingpin, 6 Others

Feb. 27 (THEWILL) — The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has announced the arrest of a female drug kingpin, Mrs. Sherifat Kehinde Lawal, who operates the notorious drug haven drug from Patey Lagos Island, State. The agency, which arrested Ms Lawal along with six other suspects, also recovered 5,862 kilograms of assorted illicit drugs, […]

998 arrests in January for drug-related offenses, up 31%

Fatimah presents a letter of appointment to Mohammad Razi as vice president of the CSO, as Zufar looks on. KUCHING (February 24): A total of 998 arrests were made in Sarawak in January this year for drug offences, a 31% increase from the same month in 2021 with 760 arrests, the secretary said Executive of […]

Dad launches ‘One Pill Kills’ social media campaign after son’s overdose death

Isaac “Bubba” Solis Jr., who passed away in 2019, had a passion for working on cars. (Photo provided by family) Isaac Solis, 45, has a warning for parents and others. “It only takes one fake fentanyl pill to lose someone you love,” said Solis, whose son, Isaac Jr., died in 2019 after taking what he […]

EXPLANATION: Will burglar alarms still work after 3G goes down?

NEW YORK (AP) — As telecommunications companies launch the next generation of mobile servicescalled 5Gthey shut down old networks – an expensive process, which has been going on for years and is now leading to calls for a delay, as many products still rely on the old standard, 3G. AT&T should be the first operator […]

It helped catch serial killers. Can he also stop elephant poachers?

Cambodian law enforcement officials received a tip from US Department of Homeland Security investigators. At the Phnom Penh freight terminal, a freight container – believed to be carrying legally harvested timber from an African country – was unloaded for inspection. Officials opened large logs and discovered more than a ton of illegal elephant ivory and […]

50 Cent Just Gave Us All A Surprise “In Da Club” Performance While Hanging Upside Down

Never mind the action on the field in the NFL’s showpiece game: for many, this weekend will be all about Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar. And the man who helped bring the nostalgic Super Bowl LVI halftime show to life is a British television producer named Hamish Hamilton. Since […]

Hip-hop’s biggest stars have turned the Super Bowl into the ultimate house party. Here’s what it looked like.

Never mind the action on the field in the NFL’s showpiece game: for many, this weekend will be all about Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar. And the man who helped bring the nostalgic Super Bowl LVI halftime show to life is a British television producer named Hamish Hamilton. Since […]

Violence Against Women Act Could Finally Be Renewed – Without Proposed Gun Safety Provision

A bipartisan group of US senators introduced a bill last week to reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) – a 1994 law credited with a significant reduction in domestic violence whose renewal has been delayed due to Republican objections to a proposed gun safety provision. This provision has been dropped. The measure introduced on […]

Embracing Change, Transforming Lives Through Community-Based Detox

Jennifer Alejandro, MD, is Chief of the Anti-Drug Council for the City of Pateros, a USAID RenewHealth project site of the URC – Project to Expand Access to Community-Based Drug Rehabilitation (CBDR) for Philippines. Doc Jen, as she is known, is accredited with the Department of Health to perform drug addiction examinations to determine the […]

Deschutes County officials welcome anti-COVID restriction groups amid Oregon’s highest infection rate

Some senior Deschutes County officials plan to participate in or support two far-right anti-COVID restriction events in the coming months. Deschutes County Sheriff Shane Nelson is scheduled to speak at a people’s rights meeting Jan. 18. The group was founded by Ammon Bundy, who led the 2016 gunfight at Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. People’s Rights […]

Six Suicide Cases Reported in Two Months in Tribal Areas | Thiruvananthapuram News

Thiruvananthapuram: Law enforcement authorities in the district have noted the increase in suspected suicides among victims of sexual abuse in tribal settlements in the rural district. While the new rural SP Divya V Gopinath requested a report on these deaths from her concerned subordinates, the excise department started talks to start an awareness campaign among […]

Members of Parliament shot an autistic man, then the justice system terrorized him. There is a better way.

Lawyer Austin Dove speaks at a press conference in April on the shooting of Isaias Cervantes by sheriff’s deputies at his Cudahy home on March 31. (Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times) Isaias Cervantes had become restless and started pushing his mother. Autistic and deaf, suffering from anxiety and possibly intellectual disability, the […]

Drakeo the Ruler slaughter: feuds, security under surveillance

[ad_1] On Saturday night, just after Al Green finished serenading tens of thousands of fans at the Once Upon a Time in LA festival with classic love songs like “Let’s Stay Together” and “Love and Happiness”, rapper Drakeo the Ruler has been brazenly ambushed. behind the scenes and stabbed in the neck. The incident occurred […]

Iowa Democrats announce plan to let voters decide on marijuana legalization amid GOP resistance

[ad_1] Another city has joined the movement to decriminalize psychedelics, with lawmakers in Port Townsend, Wash., Unanimously approving a reform resolution on Monday. The proposal, which was developed with input from a coalition of psychedelic activists, makes law enforcement against entheogenic substances like psilocybin, ayahuasca and ibogaine one of the lowest priorities of the city. […]

Ace Attorney characters are used to prevent Japanese children from smoking weed

[ad_1] Police in Osaka Prefecture in Japan are using the Ace Attorney figures in a campaign to tackle the use of marijuana among children. In one Capcom press release, the company revealed that it was working with the Osaka Police Juvenile Delinquency Prevention Awareness Program to produce 6,000 posters and 4,000 flyers featuring characters from […]

Crime rises on trains and buses in LA as COVID eases

[ad_1] While waiting for a subway train in Hollywood, Maritza Mancilla sheltered behind the escalator bringing passengers into the subway lit by fluorescent lamps. She wanted to see the newcomers before they could see her. The 55-year-old woman, who uses public transport to get to her job as a cleaner, has seen fights break out […]

Police Commission supports $ 213 million increase in LAPD budget

[ad_1] The Los Angeles Police Board on Tuesday approved a $ 213 million budget increase for the police department next year, a plan that would increase police numbers. The committee voted to approve LAPD leader Michel Moore’s request for a budget of $ 1.9 billion, which represents a 12% increase in general fund spending this […]

Crime on trains and buses rises as pandemic abates

[ad_1] While waiting for a subway train in Hollywood, Maritza Mancilla sheltered behind the escalator bringing passengers into the subway lit by fluorescent lamps. She wanted to see the newcomers before they could see her. The 55-year-old woman, who uses public transport to get to her job as a cleaner, has seen fights break out […]

UIC offers Safe Exchange Zone for online shopping transactions

[ad_1] Dear students, teachers and staff, At the start of the fall semester, UIC police announced a year-long safety campaign to raise awareness of personal safety issues. Members of the UIC Police and Student Safety Patrol will be handing out buttons throughout the year to remind you to THINK! on your own safety and reflect […]

Editorial: Arm LA city park rangers? This idea should be shot

[ad_1] Here’s a looming disaster: Park rangers with guns patrolling LA city parks. On Tuesday, a Los Angeles City Council committee will consider a motion from City Councilor Joe Buscaino to arm the city’s park rangers. It’s an extremely bad idea at any time – let alone when the city is supposed to reinvent public […]

Annoyed by dust pollution, authorities around Mono Lake call on Los Angeles to stop water diversions

[ad_1] Passing clouds provide a striking backdrop to the exposed tuff towers along the shore of Mono Lake. (Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times) For those who live near the brackish shores of Mono Lake in California, October can be a dreadful month. This is when turbulent winds scour Mono’s exposed lake bed, […]

Criticize Villanueva as much as you want. West LA is behind him

[ad_1] For the publisher: I wish Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva along with the rest of law enforcement would support the county’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate. That said, that doesn’t take away from my immense admiration for the sheriff’s proactive stance on cleaning up homeless settlements, which without him would still linger on the Venice […]

Washington County Family Justice Center Removes Barriers for Domestic Violence Survivors: 2021 Share Season

[ad_1] Julie Bonn Blank knew there was a problem with her relationship as soon as she returned from her honeymoon. “My girlfriends were still in town since the wedding and they wanted to get together,” she said. But her husband didn’t want to let her go. The controlling behavior worsened. There were physical and sexual […]

Shaheen leads NH delegation in announcing more than $ 1.4 million in federal funding to support anti-drug efforts

[ad_1] November 01, 2021 (Washington, DC) – Today, U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH), Chairman of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee which funds the Department of Justice (DOJ), announced with U.S. Senator Maggie Hassan (D-NH) and Representatives Annie Kuster (NH-02) and Chris Pappas (NH-01) that New Hampshire will receive $ 1,402,083 in federal funds through community police […]

“I knew I had to grow”: Holly Hickling runs for district magistrate

[ad_1] Holly Hickling had no plans to run for District Judicial Judge until the May 2021 primary elections. election – in which Nicholas Martini ran unopposed on the Republican and Democratic party lines – sparked concern over how the post would be filled. “If you don’t talk through the system, you don’t solve it,” Hickling […]

Weekly News Summary – 10/24/2021 | eHop

[ad_1] Main Street Corridor Project – Weekly Update • Landfill work for public services continues – A second electric manhole will be installed • Conservation Commission discusses Connelly Farms and Leonard Street projects • Notice of the Public Forum of the Zoning Advisory Committee – 2021 • Select Board Roundup: Beloin new police officer; Prior […]

Select Board roundup: Beloin new police officer; Prior selected for the Planning Council; approved neighborhood plan

[ad_1] At Tuesday’s board meeting, Shannon Beloin was unanimously approved as the city’s new police officer. Beloin has worked the past five years in Provincetown, including a stint as a school resource manager. She holds a BS in Criminal Justice from Bridgewater State University and is pursuing a Masters in Law Enforcement Intelligence and Analysis. […]

Ridley-Thomas charges add to uncertainty at LA city hall

[ad_1] In a town where the mayor is halfway there, a former city councilor has been sentenced to jail and another is awaiting trial, the indictment of City Councilor Mark Ridley-Thomas has dealt another blow to the stability of the government of the city of Los Angeles. Mayor Eric Garcetti is still awaiting a confirmation […]

Nampa Man pleads guilty to distributing methamphetamine | USAO-ID

[ad_1] BOISE – A Nampa man has pleaded guilty to distributing methamphetamine. According to court records, Allen Eugene McLean, 20, of Nampa, sold methamphetamine to another person on two separate occasions. On June 23, 2020, McLean sold 4.5 grams of methamphetamine and on August 13, 2020, he sold 26.7 grams of methamphetamine. As part of […]

Los Gatos woman accused of organizing drunken parties for teenagers

[ad_1] LOS GATOS, CA – OCTOBER 12: The house of Shannon Brugar pictured in Los Gatos, California on Tuesday October 12, 2021. Shannon Bruga, has been arrested and faces 39 criminal charges, leading to felony and offense of endangering children, sexual According to authorities, the charges of battery, child abuse and misdemeanor for providing alcohol […]

Biden Restores Utah National Monuments | New

[ad_1] President Joe Biden restored the protected national monuments of Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante on Friday after former President Trump drastically reduced them in a bid to open more sensitive public lands to ranching, exploitation mining and oil drilling. The president also re-established a marine conservation area off the New England coast that Trump […]

A Woman’s Place launches campaign to support victims of domestic violence and survivors – Greeley Tribune

[ad_1] For victims and survivors of domestic violence, the right support can make a vital difference. “You helped save my life. “ “I feel safe, supported and loved. “Without your help, I wouldn’t have gotten out of this toxic relationship.” These are just a few remarks from guests of A Woman’s Place, the only shelter […]

Democrat Todd Kaminsky and Republican Anne Donnelly vie for Nassau district attorney position

[ad_1] The state bail reform law has become a central issue in the race between Democrat Todd Kaminsky and Republican Anne Donnelly to become Nassau County’s next prosecutor. Kaminsky and Donnelly tout their crime-fighting backgrounds, as they seek to present themselves as the best qualified candidate to protect public safety. Donnelly, 57, of Garden City, […]

Biden to restore Bear Ears, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monuments to original boundaries – CBS Denver

[ad_1] WASHINGTON (AP) – President Joe Biden will restore two sprawling national monuments in Utah that have been at the center of a long-standing dispute over public lands, and a separate marine conservation area in New England that was recently used for commercial fishing . The environmental protections of the three monuments had been removed […]

Five Towns Drug and Alcohol Coalition Works to Save Lives | Herald Community Newspapers

[ad_1] Two years after its creation, the Saving Lives Five Towns Drug and Alcohol Coalition is launching a new campaign to “Lock, Inventory, Eliminate” prescription drugs with the aim of reducing access to drugs. “Prescription data shows that if drug addicts are able to get used to or stay with substances like Vicodin or Valium, […]

‘No Mo Meth’ Campaign Seeks to Reduce Meth Use in Missouri | KSNF / KODE

[ad_1] JOPLIN, Mo. – Drug abuse is at the center of a statewide initiative – specifically helping those who use or are at risk of using methamphetamine. The campaign is called “No Mo Meth” – and it targets our region to hopefully reduce drug use. “I mean somewhere in the neighborhood of 2% of the […]

Residents support city of Central Valley amid drought in California

[ad_1] STRATFORD, Calif .– Ramon Chavez was 7 years old in Culiacán, Mexico when his parents told him they were going to the United States. He thought he was going to Disneyland. They ended up in Stratford. Chavez spent his childhood and adolescence running in the small farming town in the Central Valley and swim […]

The mayor of Manila formalizes his candidacy for the Philippine presidency

[ad_1] MANILA, Philippines (AP) – The People’s Mayor of the Philippine capital on Monday submitted his candidacy for president in next year’s elections, vowing to alleviate coronavirus outbreaks, repair the country’s economy and cure the deep political divisions. Mayor Isko Moreno is one of many contenders for what is expected to be an overcrowded and […]

Drug Coalition Secures Grant and Plans Community Events | Local News

[ad_1] A coalition formed to fight vaping and alcohol consumption among youth in Nicollet County is now supported by a federal grant. One of his first efforts is to co-sponsor educational events on October 7 for professionals and parents in the Mankato area. Nicollet County’s Adolescent Chemical Wellness Advocates are among the community entities sponsoring […]

COVID outbreaks in Los Angeles police, firefighters: the numbers

[ad_1] Hello and welcome to Essential California bulletin. It is Tuesday September 28. I am Justin Ray. A revealing new report reveals reluctance to vaccinate among those charged with ensuring public safety. Los Angeles County health officials have identified hundreds of coronavirus outbreaks in police and fire departments since the start of the pandemic. They […]

Homicides in the United States increased by almost 30% in 2020, biggest jump in one year on record, according to FBI

[ad_1] Homicides in the United States in 2020 increased nearly 30% from the previous year, the biggest jump in a year since the FBI began keeping records, according to figures released by the agency on Monday. . Homicides and non-negligent manslaughter increased about 29.4% to 21,570, an increase of 4,901 from 2019, according to FBI […]

4 suspected CA militia members plead guilty to conspiracy in fatal Oakland Federal Guard shooting

[ad_1] Four members of an alleged California militia group have pleaded guilty to conspiring to obstruct justice in the case of a federal guard who was shot dead in Oakland over a year ago, federal prosecutors have said . The men – followers of the ‘boogaloo’ movement, a concept adopted by a loose network of […]

DGP bins reports link between team and drug mafia | News Thiruvananthapuram

[ad_1] Thiruvananthapuram: Casting a shadow of doubt on the reputation of the city police’s anti-narcotic operations, reports have revealed that law enforcement officials suspected that members of the DANSAF (District Anti-District Special Action Force) narcotics) here could have formed a connection with members of the narcotics. mafia. The allegations were refuted by the state police […]

Is Mexico’s most famous cartel capo still relevant today?

[ad_1] MEXICO CITY, MEXICO – JANUARY 8: Joaquin Guzman Loera, also known as “El Chapo” is transported to … [+] El Altiplano Maximum Security Prison in Mexico City, Mexico on January 8, 2016. Guzman Loera, head of the Sinaloa drug cartel in Mexico, was considered Mexico’s most wanted drug lord. Mexican Marines captured “El Chapo” […]

Criminal Justice Leaders Urge Supreme Court To Hear Safehouse Philly Case

[ad_1] OOn September 17, a group of 80 criminal justice leaders from across the country joined together to support the pending Federal Court case brought by Safehouse Philly, formally urging the Supreme Court to reconsider the ban on web sites. safe consumption (SCS). The coalition includes current and former elected district attorneys, state attorneys general […]

Three-year plan to fight against child abuse; Minister of Social Services urges public to call 914 for reports – Demerara Waves Online News – Guyana

[ad_1] Last updated on Sunday 19 September 2021, 15:38 by Denis Chabrol This week, Social Services Minister Dr Vindhya Persaud will launch the Every Child Safe campaign, aimed at engaging communities in creating safe environments for children. The Department of Social Services will launch this week – Child Protection Week – a three-year program aimed […]

Campaign Calls on Community to ‘End the Stigma’ Around Child Sexual Abuse – News Of The Area

[ad_1] A campaign has been launched to urge Australians to start a national conversation on child sexual abuse. Photo: Australian Federal Police. TWO of Australia’s leading child safety advocates, Australian of the Year Grace Tame and Home Secretary Karen Andrews have launched a new campaign to help spark a national conversation on child sexual abuse. […]

Duterte in Philippines ‘to die first’ before facing ICC – The Durango Herald

[ad_1] Chief legal adviser to Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte blasted the International Criminal Court’s decision to investigate allegations of crimes against humanity during its bloody war on drugs, accusing the body of being used as a pawn by the political opponents of the popular leader in the run-up to the elections MANILA, Philippines (AP) – […]

Hiltzik: COVID vaccination mandates and the quitting myth

[ad_1] It’s no secret that the pandemic has been a rich breeding ground for infectious nonsense of all kinds. Get ready for a whole new genre. We are talking about reports of massive resignations caused by vaccination warrants. These are starting to spread in the press and social networks. For the most part, there is […]

Bill to revoke police certification for gross misconduct approved by legislature

[ad_1] California has put in place some of the strongest legal protections for law enforcement officers in the country over the decades. This is why a Danville policeman accused of falsely shooting a man in 2018 was able to stay in the street, only to kill again earlier this year. And that’s why officers who […]

The European cocaine market now “more competitive and more violent”

[ad_1] Agents of the Technical Criminal Investigation Agency (ATIC) carry packages containing cocaine seized during a drug operation in Roatan, Honduras, August 28, 2021. / Reuters / Fredy Rodriguez Agents of the Technical Criminal Investigation Agency (ATIC) carry packages containing cocaine seized during a drug operation in Roatan, Honduras, August 28, 2021. / Reuters / […]

Need an awareness campaign to teach humanity | By Tariq Mehmood Khalid

[ad_1] Need an awareness campaign to teach humanity WHEN there is growing global concern over the protection of women’s rights in Afghanistan after the Taliban recaptured the country, the mob of four hundred barbarians celebrated “Independence Day” in Pakistan by sexually harassing and torturing a girl in broad daylight. This incident is perhaps the most […]

Who’s running for the sheriff in Buncombe County?

[ad_1] Three candidates have announced their intention to run in the 2022 election for Buncombe County Sheriff, including incumbent Quentin Miller. Miller beat Republican opponent Shad Higgins in a crushing victory in 2018, becoming the county’s first black sheriff. Running against him this time are David Hurley, a democrat and Adrien “AJ” Fox, a Republican. […]

Australian Police Hope To Build Trust With Indigenous Communities Through Translation App | Voice of America

[ad_1] SYDNEY – Law enforcement authorities in Western Australia have said a new mobile interpreter app will help improve relationships with indigenous communities, especially in areas where English is not widely spoken . The technology translates some common police instructions into local languages ​​and was designed with a native interpretation service. The so-called Yarning app […]

Charges of theft brought down a state legislator. But Pennsylvania’s taxpayer-funded system for benefits was already ripe for abuse.

[ad_1] Theft charges against a Philadelphia-area Democrat highlight Pennsylvania’s lax rules for reimbursing lawmakers with taxpayer and donor money, two state-run systems with little transparency let alone surveillance. Former state representative Margo Davidson was indicted in July steal taxpayers and embezzle campaign funds, helping him to fulfill a statutory salary that is already among the […]

Charges of theft knock down state lawmaker | News, Sports, Jobs

[ad_1] HARRISBURG – Theft charges against a Philadelphia-area Democrat highlight Pennsylvania’s lax rules to reimburse lawmakers with taxpayer and donor money, two state-run systems with little transparency and yet less oversight. Former state representative Margo Davidson was accused in July of stealing taxpayers and embezzling campaign funds, helping her fill a legislative salary that is […]

Lawyers say China is using Interpol to demand return of dissident

[ad_1] WASHINGTON (AP) – Lawyers call on the Biden administration to release from custody a Chinese democracy advocate who could be deported to his homeland to face what they say are false charges – despite the absence of an extradition treaty between the United States and China. Human rights activists say this is one of […]

Ojai Residential School Drops Former Campus Principal’s Name After Sexual Abuse Report

[ad_1] Thacher School, one of California’s most elite private schools, announced Thursday that it will be removing its former principal’s name from the campus dining hall and athletic field. The move is part of a series of steps following a report last month that detailed decades of allegations against faculty members of student sexual misconduct, […]

Government drug campaign has resulted in safer communities: PDEA director

[ad_1] DRUG REHABILITATION PROGRAM. Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency-7 Regional Special Law Enforcement Team led by IA-I Jonar Cuayzon attends graduation of 14 people who have completed Community Drug Rehabilitation Program (CBDRP) in Barangay Sudlon 2, Cebu City in this July 17, 2021 photo. PDEA-7 chief Levi Ortiz said on Tuesday July 27, 2021 that President […]

Candidate for mayor of Washougal accused of domestic violence in 2015

[ad_1] Oregon court records show that Washougal mayoral candidate Derik Ford was charged with domestic violence in 2015 and later sentenced to two years of formal probation and participate in an anti-violence intervention program. domestic violence after violating a restraining order. In May 2015, Ford’s wife filed for a restraining order to prevent abuse, alleging […]

Operation Southern Shield: Multi-state law enforcement agencies participating in speed awareness campaign

[ad_1] (WKRG) – From July 19-24, national and local law enforcement agencies in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and Tennessee will join forces for a campaign to raise awareness and week-long high visibility law enforcement to reduce fatalities and serious injuries. by forcing motorists to obey speed limits on roads from local highways to highways. […]

PNP calls Ateneo study “unfair”, says cops have no new powers in “war on drugs”

[ad_1] MANILA, Philippines – As with most critics, Police General Guillermo Eleazar, Chief of the Philippine National Police, dismissed claims in a recent study that the powers vested in the PNP in the conduct of its “war on drugs ”revealed weaknesses within the organization. “I think the claim that the war on drugs has led […]

Nampa Man Pleads Guilty to Possession with Intent to Distribute Methamphetamine | USAO-ID

[ad_1] BOISE – Cainen Bleu Johnson, 43, of Nampa, has pleaded guilty to possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine, Acting United States Attorney Rafael M. Gonzalez, Jr. Johnson was announced today today. indicted by a federal grand jury in Boise on April 14, 2021. According to court records, Johnson was arrested during a routine traffic […]

Shocking image shows child sitting at railway crossing after ‘train selfie’ craze

[ad_1] A shocking image showing a toddler taking photos at a railway crossing is part of CCTV footage released by rail companies warning of the dangers of so-called ‘rail selfies’. The image shows the baby sitting at the crossing in Harlech as photographs are taken. In Wales, 433 similar serious incidents have been recorded since […]

Bedford trial moved to California | News, Sports, Jobs

[ad_1] A Bedford County lawsuit seeking damages from a consulting firm that helped develop a plan to market OxyContin has been moved to California to be joined in at least 39 similar lawsuits. Class-action documents on behalf of Pennsylvania’s 67 counties and 2,561 municipalities were transferred last Monday from U.S. District Court in Johnstown to […]

GOP candidate for governor John Cox says California should force homeless people to undergo treatment before providing housing

[ad_1] John Cox, a Republican candidate for governor of California, said Monday he would force homeless people into mental health or addiction treatment before providing them with housing as part of his efforts to halve homelessness in five years. In his second gubernatorial candidacy, Cox also said he would step up law enforcement against people […]

Long Island repeat offender accused of harassing worshipers at synagogue

[ad_1] A repeat offender accused of threatening law enforcement officers and members of the Jewish community in New Jersey and Long Island reoffended in Fort Lee, New Jersey, authorities said. Bradley Goldberg, a 47-year-old Nassau County resident, from Cedarhurst, had previously spent a week in Bergen County Jail after Fort Lee police said he pretended […]

Chatham County Police Chief Apologizes After Scam Warnings

[ad_1] Video above: Your headlines from Thursday Chatham County Police Chief apologizes days after his department sent out several notices warning the public of what officials called a scam. with CCPD went to businesses in the area trying to sell advertising to raise money for drug awareness programs. This man did not represent the department […]

U.S. bill seeks to recognize native tribe of Mono Lake basin

They were expert hunters, gatherers and basket makers who lived for thousands of years on a trade route over the Sierra Nevada connecting them to the rest of California. The modern history of the people of Mono Kutzadika Paiute Lake is told primarily through economic hardship, displacement, and a 150-year struggle for federal recognition as […]

Essential California: New Attorney General Focuses On Golden State

Hello and welcome to Essential California bulletin. This is Monday May 24. My name is Priscella Vega and I write from Long Beach. After a year marked by civil and political unrest triggered by the murder of George Floyd, the new California prosecutor. General Rob Bonta has announced a series of initiatives to help tackle […]

Los Angeles DA George Gascón recall is underway

It’s been less than six months since the reformist-minded Los Angeles County Dist. Atty. George Gascon took office. But around this time, he has already faced prosecutions from his own prosecutors, interference in the cases of other California law enforcement officials, and an outcry from some crime victims who claim his policies are against them. […]

SEC Chairman Gensler Says Cryptocurrency Exchanges Need More Regulation, Calls On Congress To Weigh – Bitcoin News Regulation

The new chairman of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Gary Gensler, is pushing for more regulation of cryptocurrency exchanges, citing the need to protect investors in this area. He asked Congress for a decision. SEC chairman calls for more crypto regulation SEC Chairman Gary Gensler spoke on cryptocurrency regulation on Thursday at […]

New volunteer board examines how LA County can better serve victims of crime

Last December, LA County District Attorney George Gascón announced the formation of the Advisory Council for Victims of Crime, a program that brings together nine volunteers who, during their two-year tenure, will make recommendations on how the county can do better for victims of crime. This is a diverse group whose collective work experience ranges […]

LAPD fatally kills suspected gunman who killed 2 people, including a newlywed, in seemingly random madness: cops

[ad_1] Los Angeles Police fatally injured a man they claim led a violent shootout in the downtown area of ​​the city, where he allegedly shot several people and killed two, before leading the officers in a chase by car for several hours, officials said recently. The suspect, described only as a man in his late […]

LAPD officials slam Oscar celebrities for anti-law rhetoric at police-monitored event

The stars at Sunday’s star-studded Oscars took aim at law enforcement as they stepped onto the podium for an event protected by personnel from the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), among other agencies. Now union officials are criticizing the big names in Hollywood for their own “contribution to the glorification of guns, drugs and crime,” […]

Here are some big changes that could happen to the Marine Corps

The second round of Marine Corps changes in the way it fights shows movements of command, aviation, logistics and ground combat and changes that could see Navy Reservists in the United States using drones for active units overseas, abandon arms companies, infantry battalions and a host of other moves. These are some highlights of what […]

Oscar ceremony at Union Station disrupts COVID testing site

While people like Glenn Close, Daniel Kaluuya and Zendaya were quietly escorted to Union Station on Sunday for the 93rd Academy Awards, a different kind of procession was taking place around the corner: Angelenos struggled to find a COVID-testing site. 19 that had been moved from the front of the transit station to the back […]

Why did the White Lives Matter Huntington Beach gathering fail?

When white nationalists did not come out in threatening numbers on Sunday at a rally in Huntington Beach, many counter-protesters saw it as a victory. “We won the day,” Los Angeles activist Najee Ali said hours after the protest began. “They won’t show up. They are vastly outnumbered. The community of Huntington Beach won. Yet […]

Biden chooses 2 critics of Trump-era immigration policies for key homeland security roles

[ad_1] President Joe Biden on Monday appointed two critics of Trump-era immigration policies to key positions in the Department of Homeland Security. The appointments come as the Biden administration faces a growing number of people attempting to enter the country along the southwest border. Biden named Tucson, Arizona Police Chief, Chris Magnus, Commissioner of Customs […]

Tension between rival protesters at Huntington Beach rally

On Sunday, a crowd of White Lives Matter protesters and anti-racist counter-protesters filled the streets near Huntington Beach Pier, but quickly dispersed after police declared a gathering illegal amid more clashes. and more hostile between supporters of Donald Trump, those who displayed allegiance to white supremacist groups and their opponents. Several hundred people gathered in […]

Tiger Woods did not receive preferential treatment after the crash

There was an obvious question raised by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s statement that Tiger Woods’ car crash in February was caused by excessive speeding. Why didn’t Woods get a speeding ticket or reckless driving ticket if he was driving almost twice as fast as the allowed speed on the twisty road where he lost […]

Anti-Asian racism on the rise during COVID – HS Insider

[ad_1] Harassment and abuse against Asians had been around for a long time before the coronavirus, but it has worsened throughout the pandemic. Clark Magnet High School sophomore Winnie Ann Masaoy has noticed the growth in insults against Asians. “I think these racial phrases are utterly disrespectful and racist, as Asians have already been criticized […]

Essential California: Why the Vaccine Honor System Matters

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Black Lives Matter Launches $ 3M COVID Relief Fund for Black Community

[ad_1] Brian van der Brug As the country waits for Congress to adopt a COVID-19 relief plan, the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation and BLM Grassroots announced Thursday that they will give $ 3 million to members of the black community who have been financially crippled by the pandemic. To date, more than 506,000 […]

A century-old fight for tribal recognition is brewing

[ad_1] In a feverish quest for wealth, white ranchers and gold miners began flocking to the remote Mono Lake basin east of Yosemite in the 1850s, seizing the ancestral lands of the Native Americans that had existed there ever since. time immemorial. For the members of the Mono Lake Kutzadika Paiute tribe, it was an […]

A century-old fight for tribal recognition simmers on Mono Lake in the eastern Sierra Nevada

[ad_1] View from Black Point on the north shore of Mono Lake on February 4 in Lee Vining, California. The north shore of the lake was a site of Native American massacres in the 1800s. (Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times) In a feverish quest for wealth, white ranchers and gold miners began […]

Apparently the cops are playing music while filming and that’s for some very sinister reason

[ad_1] In recent years, cops have increasingly expressed contempt for average citizens exercising their constitutional right to record interactions with authorities. It’s almost as if a lot of them feel above the law itself. Now, some officers appear to be trying to escape videos of them circulating on social media with a clever – if […]

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