f the case: The victim, Jessica Lunsford was abducted from her home, raped, held captive, and murdered by John Couey in February of 2005. Couey abducted Lunsford and took her to his half-sister's trailer less than 100 yards from Lunsfords residence. Couey forced Lunsford to hide in his bedroom closet while he was away for work. Dorothy Dixon, Couey's half-sister denies that Lunsford was ever in her home and gave the police permission to search her home and property. On March 19th, 2005 police searched Dixon's residence and property and found evidence that Jessica had been there with Couey, and that her body was buried under Dixon's front porch after Couey's confession, led k-9 police dogs and officers to Lunsfords bodys location. The hole was
MILLERSBURG — An armed Killbuck man is in custody after Holmes County deputies responding to a Friday night domestic violence call were able to talk him into giving up his weapon and complying with officers.
W that is east of Allen Rd. is receiving upgrades because it is of proximity to the subway as well as to the bus stops in general. As a result, this neighbourhood has undergone gentrification and attracted individuals of higher income. Much of the land across from Downsview Park (shown in green) is commercial or industrial, which does not provide an incentive for gentrification. Therefore, there is a divide in the “cities” in this area due to the location of the subway
3. Suppose you are the mayor of Chicago and you’ve just read all the facts of Hernando’s murder of Sarah Gould. In a memo to your chief of police, what suggestions might you make to improve the structure of the city’s law enforcement to help prevent this sort of crime from happening again? I would suggest an increase in police patrols of the South Side to include an outreach program to include the citizens of the area to help instill in that community a sense of pride and moral obligation to fellow citizens. Unfortunately, the problems on the South Side of Chicago persist today and if the citizens of that area do not work as a whole together, along with law enforcement, to try and reduce the violence
WOOSTER — Wooster City had authority to remove nearly 50 cats from a Lucca Street property and the animals' owner, currently hospitalized by court-order in another matter, has until Aug. 11 to pay more than $14,000 for upkeep of the cats, which, otherwise, will be turned over to the Wayne County Humane Society.
Officers responded to North Scott Hall to investigate the report of a 19 year old male UW Oshkosh student checking in with an odor of marijuana on him. The male admitted to smoking marijuana and drinking alcoholic beverages. He was warned for Use of Marijuana and cited for Underage Consumption of Alcoholic Beverages (2nd offense).
On 01/06/2017 I, Deputy Daniel Pruitt was dispatched to 14128 South 185th West Place for EMS assist with a male subject unresponsive.. Dispatch called while I was enroute to the assit and advised the male had passed away.
An analysis of the issues in Winn Parish reveals that there is a major drug problem plaguing the area and raising the death toll. The Winn Parish Enterprise, the local newspaper, shows a huge increase in the amount of drug bust and drug arrest. Every week the arrest report is full of drug related criminal activity. Students are being sent to school with drugs in hopes of selling these items to their classmates. Families are being destroyed by drug overdose. What has been the cause of this increase?
In Vicksburg Mississippi, Friday Feb. 10 4:22 pm, two bomb threats — one to Vicksburg High School and another to District Attorney Ricky Smith’s office — made police/students evacuate the school and the Warren County Courthouse Friday afternoon.The threat at the high school was received by workers at the Vicksburg Warren E911 Communications Center about 1:55 p.m., workers received the threat to the district attorney’s office about three minutes later. Both areas were cleared about 40 minutes later. The bomb threats were similar an incident that occurred almost a year ago on Feb. 17,
As recently sd this month, we've stumbled upon a curious legal case study. It all started with a Texas municipal court judg fining a woman with $1,590 for a missing decal on her car license plate ... Though just a few days after, the judge has obviously changed her mind about the penalty and its amount.
On the evening of Thursday, August 25, 2016, officers from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) encountered Lan Nguyen Tran, a fisherman of Escambia County. Suspicious of Tran’s shrimp boat and nets, Officer Allgood and Officer Manning of the FWC inspected Lan Tran’s fishing nets, of which four were discovered to be larger than sizes permitted by law, equating to a misdemeanor offense in the state of Florida (source). In a second-level violation of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission rules, Tran was detained, and a total of four oversized fishing nets were confiscated by the FWC officers (source). On Thursday, September 8, 2016, Lan Nguyen Tran entered the Escambia County court system, was arraigned on Friday, September 26, and pleaded not guilty on Tuesday, November 1, based on reports from the Escambia County Clerk of the Court (source). Tran was appointed a public defender by the court system, and The Honorable Ms. Jennifer Frydrychowicz was assigned to the case.
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