A family friend of an Indianapolis couple whose son was fatally shot by police as he held a knife to his mother’s throat says the officers’ actions saved their lives.
Arias was convicted in 2013 of murdering Travis Alexander, but jurors deadlocked on her sentence.
An employee was letting someone out of the store through a back door when two gunmen ordered them to get back in.
Tara Thornburg’s suspected killer could be facing a second murder charge following last Thursdays shooting that also killed her boyfriend.
Oregon police say that a member of the “Krude Rude Blood” gang tortured another man with a grinder, beat him with a baseball bat and injected him with methamphetamine and heroin inside a body shop where the gang hangs out.
Magellan Princeton Steward robbed at least five businesses in 2014 before Crime Stoppers tips led to his arrest.
About a dozen protesters temporarily blocked traffic outside a police station before the vigil.
Matthew Boggs is wanted on several charges, including stalking, theft, invasion of privacy and possession of meth.
The officer is accused of shooting his girlfriend back in August of 2014.
The man who admitted stabbing and killing a man apologized to the victim’s family in court on Friday – saying he was sorry for doing it in front of the victim’s wife and three-year-old son.
Police say one of the women arrested told them meth was being made in a shed on her property.
Prosecutors on Friday brought torture and child abuse charges against the father and stepmother of a 12-year-old Detroit boy who was found in his father’s basement last year after an 11-day disappearance.
Tara Lynn Thornburg was able to call 911 after being shot in the head in Syracuse on Thursday. Her boyfriend was found dead at the scene.
Louie, a mascot for an amusement park in Wichita, Kansas, went missing more than a decade ago before being found in a Kansas home.
Police say the then-teenager was driving more than 100 mph and had a BAC of .156% in an October 2014 crash that left two Norwell High School students dead.
Two Indiana law enforcement agencies are investigating an identity theft ring that has made off with more than 100 identities and about $100,000.
The Oakland County Sheriff’s Department says in a release that the 17-year-old used a steak knife to stab the 18-year-old in the back, then attack the older sisters.
Investigators are still working to confirm the dead man’s identity. But they believe he was 40-year-old Jeffrey Dyer of Odon, Indiana, based in part on the pickup truck he was driving.
The man was dubbed the “most hated man on the Internet” for posting explicit photos and information about the people portrayed in them on his now-defunct site, IsAnyoneUp.com.
The couple is accused of failing to seek medical treatment for a teen who suffered from spina bifida and died Aug. 4 in the family’s home. The Marion County coroner’s office determined the cause of death was acute and chronic bedsores.