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Driving under the influence of alcohol is by far the most common drug-related arrest in the United States. Police make more than 1.4 million drunken-driving arrests annually, and they catch only a fraction of offenders.
A self-taught computer-security researcher credited with stopping a devastating cyberattack that crippled British hospitals in May was arrested on charges that he created malware used to hack banking systems in Canada and Europe, the U.S. said.
COMMERCE, Texas – Miss Black Texas 2016 claims she was wrongfully arrested recently after what she described as a road rage incident that ended badly in the parking lot of the local Wal-Mart in this east Texas city.
BOSTON – Former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez told his fiancée in a suicide letter that his hanging death in prison would make her rich and that she should always think “how much I love you.”
BOSTON — Four months after marijuana became legal in Massachusetts, people are still getting arrested for pot-related offenses, and police are refusing to give back confiscated drugs, according to court records and interviews with law enforcement officials.
Although it is difficult to get exact numbers, some estimates show Immigration and Customs Enforcement home raids have never resulted in more than 30,000 apprehensions in any given year. At that rate, it could take 366 years for immigration agents to remove all 11 million undocumented migrants using home raids.
Nearly a month after Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents served criminal warrants at eight restaurants in Central Mississippi, details surrounding the 55 people detained on Feb. 22 remain a mystery.
SHAMOKIN, Penn. — The mayor of a small coal town in central Pennsylvania, was arrested on allegations that 14 graves at the Shamokin Cemetery were disturbed or buried during the construction of a cell phone tower on private cemetery grounds — including the grave of a World War II veteran killed in combat.