Walter Wayne Brown Jr., 53, and Gary Brummett, 81, allegedly impersonated law enforcement officials to avoid wearing face masks at a resort hotel.
Authorities moved Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and her family multiple times as two groups plotted for months to kidnap her.
Over A Dozen Black And Latino Men Accused A Cop Of Humiliating, Invasive Strip Searches. The NYPD Kept Promoting Him.
The men said Assistant Chief Christopher McCormack touched them inappropriately during searches or ordered others to do so.
Farhan Sheikh, 19, wrote on his iFunny page that he intends to “murder any doctor, patient, or visitor," according to a federal complaint.
Prosecutors in Morris County charged Michael Barisone, a member of the 2008 Olympic team, with two counts of attempted murder and weapons offenses.
Adam Owen Grady cited the Bible in his complaint against Missoula County jail, claiming God gave people “every herb bearing seed.”
Police say the pair had stockpiled bomb-making materials in the apartment they shared in the city’s Bronx borough
A former SnapChat employee claims that the CEO said “app is only for rich people.” That didn’t make users happy, to say the least.
What if the wife would say instead, "I'd love it if you would plan some of our dates?" The husband would hear the word, "love" and probably want to please her by honoring her request in a heartfelt way.
For years, the Transportation Department relied on big fines to deter violations of federal law by airlines. Under the current leadership, however, the emphasis seems to be shifting to advocacy for individuals.