Florida man claimed to be surrounded by cats and alligators before being arrested for murder
After noticing dried blood on Hall's clothing, a deputy asked him if the blood was from the cats and alligators, to which Hall replied "do you want the truth?"
Chattanooga PD officer's death raises questions about roadway safety for officers
NewsChannel 9 is digging into the policies that keep authorities safe on the roads. Janet Hinds’ attorney, Ben McGowan, argued in court Tuesday that traffic signs on Hamill Road were not visible. WTVC. He questioned several officers on the light in the road and their reflective clothing. Hinds is accused of hitting and killing Officer Nicholas Galinger on Hamill Road, then leaving the scene.
City leaders debating how to fund Dallas PD recruitment
The Dallas City Council is facing a difficult question: what price do you put on public safety?
Laredo PD detail what led up to shootout that injured officers, killed murder suspect
Laredo police have released more information about the events that led to a officer-involved shootout at a Laredo convenience store Friday, which seriously injured three officers and killed a murder suspect.
'Live PD' arrest getting a lot of attention, here's why
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - A local traffic arrest on the popular 'A& E' tv show, Live PD, is getting a lot of attention on social media.
PD: Scottsdale man arrested after stabbing service dog over 100 times
Police say a Scottsdale man was arrested Thursday for allegedly killing his service dog after he stabbed the dog over 100 times.
Fort Worth PD: Man attacked 83-year-old woman before stealing truck
Police are looking for the man who they say attacked an elderly woman in Fort Worth and stole her son’s truck.
Family grateful for support, tips that led to arrest in Jeffersonville murder
The news comes to the family with gratitude for law enforcement and for the community that has stepped up to comfort them and provide tips that ultimately led to an arrest.
Beaumont PD warns of fake $100 bills
The Beaumont Police Department has received several reports of $100 bills, marked For Motion Picture Use Only, being passed off as real currency. The department is encouraging businesses and citizens to take extra precaution when receiving a $100 bill.Here
PD: Man in critical condition after shooting in Glendale
A man is in critical condition after a shooting Friday night in Glendale, police say.
10 About Town: August 16
From barrel racing to living history, 10 About Town is your guide to everything happening in East Tennessee this weekend.
Suspect arrested in murder of 20-year-old
20-year-old Taylor Brandenburg died in the shooting.
Phoenix PD: All patrol officers should have body cams by mid-August
By about mid-August, the agency plans to have 1,200 patrol officers and sergeants equipped with cameras.
Hoover PD gives tips on dealing with feral hogs
The Hoover Police Department says that they have received reports of feral hogs in the Trace Crossings area. Animal control and wildlife specialists are working to trap them, and they offer these tips if you run across one.Contact the police department imm
Teen arrested for murder, robbery of unarmed security guard doing crossword puzzle
Murdered for money. Police said 16-year-old Anthony Okelberry was arrested, accused of killing an unarmed security guard a week ago at a southeast valley apartment complex in the 5500 block of Mountain Vista Street. According to detectives, the teenager took the life of 75-year-old Hursey Addison for his cash and credit cards. The father of three and grandfather had less than $20 in his wallet the night he was murdered.
Ocoee PD posts top red light violations
Ocoee Police has started posting videos of people whizzing through red light camera intersections. Each video is more dangerous and scary than the last.
Tip leads to Batavia murder arrest months after crime
A former Batavia man has been charged with the July murder of Raymond Morgan.
20-year-old arrested, booked with 4 Metairie murders
METAIRIE – An attempt to steal drugs from an apartment where the residents were known to deal them was the motive behind the killing of four people and the attempted killing of another early Wednesday morning at an apartment complex in Metairie, according to Jefferson Parish Sheriff Newell Normand.
Temple PD: How to prevent car burglaries and thefts
The Temple Police Department will be hosting two information meetings to let residents know how to prevent car burglaries and thefts.
Panhandling in the Panhandle: How Amarillo PD deals with beggers
Panhandlers can be seen on the corners of many busy intersections in Amarillo. There are multiple city ordinances in place to discourage it, but some people ignore the laws. Terry Sharman knows panhandling is against the law, but he told ABC 7 News that without it he could not survive. “Even with food stamps, the few dollars I have left is toilet paper, dish soap, things food stamps won't buy you,” said Sharman.