Crime

Meth being smuggled into California as liquid

Illegal drug methamphetamine or meth is being smuggled into California and other states of the U. S. in liquid form. In order to dodge border agents and traffic officers, smugglers are dissolving the drug into a solution and transporting it into California and others states from Mexico in... read more

Los Angeles: Man arrested on suspicion of murdering brother

A California man has been arrested on suspicion of killing his own brother during a family birthday celebration held on last Saturday.

Louis Hill, 40, was arrested on Sunday after being questioned by investigators. He allegedly fatally shot his 48-year-old brother Derrick Hill shortly... read more

Man murdered hours after court mistakenly acquits him

A California man who was mistakenly acquitted by a jury lost his life in a brawl just a few hours after release. Bobby Lee Pearson, 37, was accused of committing a burglary. The jury scrutinizing his case accidently signed a not-guilty form for him on Wednesday this week, and the dumbfounded... read more

Pastor Robert Cox awaiting extradition to Nevada after bar scuffle

While the police is preparing to extradite California pastor Robert Cox to Nevada on a charge of murder of a man outside a Las Vegas sports bar, his wife has defended him, arguing that detectives' recollection of events was a 'straight up lie'.

Robert Cox, of Manteca, California, claims... read more

Incidents of bee thefts on the rise

Stealing honeybees may sound an awry joke but incidents of bee thefts are increasing across the United States as the payoff for a successful heist could be lucratively high.

It is definitely not a convenient thing to steal bees, but lack of security out in the field has increasingly been... read more

Prisoners aren’t getting adequate mental health care: report

California state prisoners do not have access to adequate mental health care even as around a third of the adult prisoners in the state are suffering from some kind of mental illness.

According to a fresh report filed in a federal court by special master Matthew Lopes, many patients, who... read more

Father of California killing spree victim meets with father of killer

Two grieving fathers, one of a victim and another of the killer, recently held a meeting to plan to work together to do something to prevent frequent killing sprees, like the recent one that left six people dead and many others injured in Santa Barbara, California.

Killer Elliot Rodger's... read more

California man charged with soliciting minor girl

Anne Arundel County police on Monday slapped a young man with a charge of soliciting a minor to send him sexually explicit photos and videos.

Murray Lee Chesak of Ontario was arrested by Anne Arundel County Police Child Abuse Unit last Wednesday. The Child Abuse Unit arrested the man with... read more

FBI arrests explosives suspect in San Francisco

Following a three-day manhunt, the FBI on Monday managed to arrest the San Francisco man who possessed explosive materials in his apartment.

In a weekend raid, federal authorities found explosive materials in 42-year-old Ryan Kelly Chamberlain II's apartment.

Chamberlain has been... read more

Elliot Rodger’s parents say they are suffering ‘Hell on Earth’

The parents of Elliot Rodger, who recently killed six people and also shot himself to death, said they were suffering "hell on Earth" after knowing that their son was responsible for the tragedy.

Last week, Rodger fatally stabbed three men around his own apartment, leaving two of them... read more

Before murderous rampage, Rodger convinced officers that he was calm

Weeks before killing six people and injuring many others, Elliot Rodger was able to convince sheriff's deputies that he was calm and not going to hurt anyone, Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown revealed in a recent interview.

In a TV program titled "Face the Nation," Mr. Brown... read more

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