911 Operator Jailed For Hanging Up On Thousands Of CallersA former 911 operator in Houston is headed to jail after an investigation revealed that the emergency center worker hung up on thousands of people
Woman Claims Wind Blew Cocaine Into Her Purse, Police SayPolice say an officer smelled marijuana and, after searching the car, found cocaine and marijuana in separate bags inside a purse.
Parents Turn In Son To Stop School Shooting Plot In MichiganA Michigan high school student who was allegedly planning a deadly school shooting has been taken into custody after his parents alerted police about the threat.
Man Fools Cops With Car Made Of Snow, Gets Fake Parking TicketAccording to CBS46, Simon Laprise sculpted a life-size model of a DeLorean DMC-12 in the middle of a local snow removal zone.
Police Capture Cow That Escaped From Nativity Scene TwiceThe bovine that goes by the name "Stormy" is currently in custody after police apprehended it at a parking garage in the Old City section of Philadelphia.
Shooter Among Dead in New Mexico School ShootingNew Mexico State Police say the suspect in a high school shooting is among the three dead.
Columbia Ranks In Top 10 Safest Cities In AmericaA town in Howard County is on WalletHub's 2017 list of the safest cities in America.
Police Search For Elderly Man Suffering From HypertensionCity police are searching for a 71-year-old man who suffers from hypertension.
Drug Surveillance Leads To Recovery Of Handgun, Suspected DrugsCity police arrested a 22-year-old man after recovering a gun, suspected marijuana and cash.
Baltimore Police Search For 18-Year-Old Burglary SuspectCity police are searching for an 18-year-old man who allegedly burglarized a business last month.
Seahawks' Bennett Says He Feared Death By Las Vegas PoliceSeattle Seahawks player Michael Bennett accused Las Vegas police on Wednesday of racially motivated excessive force, saying he was threatened at gunpoint and handcuffed following a report of gunshots at an after-hours club at a casino-hotel.
Paper: Photographer Shot By Cop Who Mistook Camera For GunA photographer for a small news organization who was shot by a sheriff's deputy who mistook his camera for a weapon is uninterested in seeing the officer punished, the newspaper said Tuesday.

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