May 9, 1998 |
An identical twin whose plot to kill her sister made headlines around the world sobbed uncontrollably Friday as a judge sentenced her to 26 years to life in prison. Despite her emotional, last-minute protest of innocence, Jeen "Gina" Han, 24, dubbed "the evil twin," received the maximum sentence. "It is obvious Miss Han is a danger to society, particularly her own family," said Orange County Superior Court Judge Eileen C. Moore. "All of her family have been victims of her crimes."
April 15, 1990 |
Federal court records have been unsealed in a case one attorney dubbed "Water Closet Gate" involving secret videotaping inside a police station men's room. The documents released on Friday show that Concord Police Chief George Straka was on vacation in the summer of 1986 when Capt. Bob Evans ordered the camera to be hidden in the ceiling above a urinal. Evans hoped to catch officers suspected of clogging the urinal with paper towels, resulting in the flooding of the chief's adjacent office.
April 5, 2013 |
GREENSBORO, N.C. - With his shaggy hair, bushy mustache and obstinate ways, Jeffrey Allen Wright was well known to sheriff's deputies in Santa Rosa County, Fla. Wright, 55, drove around with a phony license plate. When stopped, he refused to produce a driver's license. Once he threatened to sue a deputy who pulled him over. After he was fined for traffic offenses in September, Wright paid with counterfeit money orders. When deputies served warrants for felony counterfeiting March 8, Wright barricaded himself in his garage and declared that he would not be "a servant of the king.
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May 17, 2013 |
Los Angeles County sheriff's officials said they are responding to reports of an officer-involved shooting inside the Alhambra police station. The shooting occurred at 7:30 a.m. in the police lobby. The Alhambra Fire Department said no one was transported from the scene. No officers were injured in the shooting, but one unidentified suspect was shot, Sheriff's Capt. Mike Parker said. KTLA News is reporting that one person has been killed, but Parker said he could not yet confirm that.
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July 15, 2010
• Bell Police Chief Randy Adams: $457,000 Oversees a department with 46 personnel; 33 are sworn officers • Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck: $307,000 Oversees 12,899 personnel; 9,959 are sworn officers • Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca: $284,183.04 Oversees 18,000 personnel; 9,632 are sworn officers • New York Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly: $205,180 Oversees 50,000 personnel; 35,000 are sworn officers • Manhattan Beach Police Chief Rod Uyeda: $179,388 Oversees 100 personnel; 65 are sworn officers Source Times reporting
January 21, 2013 |
A 15-year-old Albuquerque boy has confessed to killing his mother, father and three small siblings in a rampage at their home early Saturday morning, according to a probable cause statement by authorities. The boy also told police he wanted to "drive to a populated area" to "shoot people at random and eventually be killed while exchanging gunfire with law enforcement," according to the statement, which was posted online by local media....