It’s the kind of crime made for a TV drama. An ex-Georgia cop has been indicted by a grand jury on charges that while she was an officer, she performed fake traffic stops in order to steal money from drivers, and then split the goods with drug dealers she ran with.
The family of 23-year-old Tyler Lumar is still searching for some sort of closure, one year after the young father suffered severe brain damage after he was found hanging from his own shirt inside a Chicago jail.
A New York City woman has filed a lawsuit against a city cop she says sent her a string of inappropriate, lewd messages after arresting her.
A former New Jersey police chief has been charged with hate crimes and civil rights violations by federal prosecutors after revelations surfaced that he used dogs to attack black suspects, used hateful speech and physically attacked an African-American teenager.
A New York City cop is facing some serious charges after being arrested for having sex with an underage girl and recording their encounters, according to officials.
On Thursday they told us once again that what we saw with our very own eyes is not what happened. They switched the narrative, painted another black man as an aggressor who caused his own death, and even with video evidence that directly contradicts their narrative, no cops are being charged.
I guess a cop would best know how to run from cops? After years of being a fugitive, the law has finally apparently caught up with former Chicago Police Sgt. Eddie C. Hicks, who was arrested in Detroit early Tuesday morning.
The Milwaukee police officer who shot and killed Sylville Smith is now being accused of sexually assaulting a man in an incident that occurred just two days after the fatal shooting, CNN reports.
Robert Bishun, 36, was found strangled in the back of his BMW in the Fieldston section of the Bronx, N.Y., Tuesday after being abducted from his auto body shop, the New York Daily News reports.
A Jackson, Miss., police officer was fired after video surfaced of him soliciting sex, reportedly from a teen, on Facebook, WAPT reports.
Ramsey Orta, the man who filmed Eric Garner’s death, said he pleaded guilty in a 2014 Staten Island, N.Y., weapons and drug case Thursday and will likely spend the next four years in prison as part of the plea deal, the New York Daily News reports.