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San Diego police are trying to track down an intruder who a South Park couple is worried may have tried to molest their child. Copyright: Copyright 2002-2004, Topix.net

Husband, Mother of Judge Slain in Chicago (Los Angeles Times)

Los Angeles Times - CHICAGO — A task force of federal agents and Chicago detectives fanned out Tuesday through a neighborhood here, searching for clues in the shooting deaths of the husband and mother of a federal judge who had been targeted for murder by a white supremacist group.

Manhunt

Highway 411. The men were wanted for their alleged involvement in a home invasion in Floyd County Wednesday. Wednesday afternoon before 3 p.m., a Georgia State Patrol trooper pulled over a black Ford Mustang convertible with Gwinnett County tags.

Tyler, Texas Shooting

I kept reading news reports yesterday about a shooting. They all had the same basic byline that someone with a high-powered rifle (or AK-47) had went nuts at a courthouse in Texas. Insert usual rant about how it was not an AK-47 and wasn’t high-powered but rather the medium-powered 7.62X39 cartridge.

Search for Fla. Girl Enters Fourth Day

Whenever Jessica Marie Lunsford went out to play, her father and grandparents trusted her to come home when she was supposed to. But now she's missing, vanished from her bedroom during the night, and her father fears she has been kidnapped. Hundreds of police and volunteers turned out Saturday to search for the missing 9-year-old, and a $25,000 reward was posted.
Today 7:50 AM

Family Man Arrested in 10 Slayings (Los Angeles Times)

Los Angeles Times - WICHITA, Kan. — He called himself a monster, but in 31 years of hunting the serial killer known as BTK, Wichita police made it clear they were searching for a man who appeared in every way ordinary. On Saturday, they announced they finally had caught him.

Police: BTK Arrested In Wichita Kansas Breaking Alert News

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Today 8:15 AM

6.45pm Man killed in school stabbing

February 14, 2005 A MAN was killed and two people were wounded in stabbings by an intruder who broke into a Japanese primary school today. No children were hurt, officials said. The intruder, a 17-y... Copyright: Big News Network.com
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Pregnant Woman's Attacker Obsessed Enough to Kill to Have Kids

Three people were sexually assaulted Monday night during a home invasion in an upscale neighborhood near the Denver Botanic Gardens, police said today. The attacker remained at large tonight.

Police concerned sex assaults committed by serial rapist
DENVER - A community meeting will be held Wednesday night to discuss a string of sexual assaults in a Denver neighborhood

Japan Today - News - Gunman opens fire at mall in upstate New York - Japan's Leading International News Network

The gunman began shooting inside the Hudson Valley Mall shortly after 3 p.m. in Kingston, nearly 90 miles north of New York City.

10 Teens Wounded In Shooting Outside Jacksonville Club

2-year-old shot by gunman removed from life support

By Associated PressSunday, February 13, 2005 FOREST PARK, Ga. - A 2-year-old boy was removed from life support Saturday, two days after being shot during a confrontation between his family and an intruder demanding money, authorities said.

6.45pm Man killed in school stabbing

February 14, 2005 A MAN was killed and two people were wounded in stabbings by an intruder who broke into a Japanese primary school today. No children were hurt, officials said. The intruder, a 17-y... Copyright: Big News Network.com

Playground Shooting Is Probed (washingtonpost.com)

Two youths who were shot and wounded while playing basketball in Southeast Washington on Wednesday night may have been targeted by the gunman, D.C. police said yesterday.

Worker Followed N.Y. Mall Shooting Suspect (AP)

AP - A mall worker said Monday he made a "split-second decision" to follow a gunman as he opened fire in a crowded mall, wounding two people and sending shoppers scrambling.

Woman Surrenders in Idaho Scalping Case (AP)

AP - A member of a punk clique surrendered Wednesday for scalping another member, apparently as punishment for her disrespectful behavior toward women, police said.

Teen charged with murder in crack-related shooting in Palm Beach County: South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Detectives from the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office have arrested and charged a suspect with the death of a man who was shot during a crack-cocaine purchase Monday, police said.

Police Arrest Postal Carrier for Peeping

A U.S. Postal Service carrier was arrested after police say they caught him peeping into windows in a Capitol Hill neighborhood.
Three people were shot -- one fatally -- during a home invasion robbery in Gastonia early Friday morning, police say

Bush Budget Calls for Law Enforcement Cuts (AP)

AP - President Bush's budget will propose slashing grants to local law enforcement agencies and cutting spending for environmental protection, American Indian schools and home-heating aid for the poor, The Associated Press learned Saturday.

Two Killed in Brazen Manhattan Shooting (AP)

AP - A woman and her fiance were gunned down on a busy Manhattan street in a brazen shooting that investigators believe was committed by the woman's ex-husband, who then turned the gun on himself. Copyright: Copyright (c) 2005 Yahoo! Inc. All rights reserved.

Wheeling Woman, 78, Hurt in Home Invasion

Police search Merchandise Mart after break in

Chicago's Merchandise Mart is the focus of a manhunt overnight. Chicago police brought out the canine units after getting a call of someone breaking into a 5th floor shop. Copyright: Copyright &#169;2004 ABC inc., WLS-TV inc.
WLS news headlines
Yesterday 7:48 AM

Second Suspect Arrested in Ohio Shootings

Police have arrested a second man in a series of 10 property shootings in Columbus linked to the same gun.

Police: Mother Admits to Starving Kids (AP)

AP - The mother of three children found dead in a Huntsville apartment has confessed to starving her children, police said Saturday.

Lasagna thief gets 40 year sentence

Todd Queen, 26, was sentenced to 40 years in prison Monday for acts committed during the theft of a tray of Stouffer's lasagna. The Florida man thought he was stealing a package containg cash. Queen is a career felon whose previous convictions included attempted second-degree murder and home invasion with a firearm. Copyright: Copyright (c) 2003 by Exploding Cigar

Police ask for help in solving December murder

Homicide detectives are asking the public's assistance in identifying the prime suspects in the December murder of a North Miami-Dade man during an apparent home invasion robbery. Taron A.
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Tuesday, January 25, 2005 11:48:00 AM

California: Murder charges dismissed in shooting

Policeman drowns saving children

A police officer drowns on holiday in Australia helping to save two children swept out to sea.

Mother Shot In Home Invasion

Mother Shot In Home InvasionPolice Search For Armed AssailantPOSTED: 7:20 am EST January 26, 2005UPDATED: 7:46 am EST January 26, 2005HAVERFORD TOWNSHIP, Pa. --

Store clerk shot during attempted robbery
DENVER - A clerk was shot in the arm Wednesday evening during a robbery at the El Dorado Auto Sales store at 5000 W. Colfax Ave.

Ebony to the rescue: Canine pal saves family from harm 3 times

Two years ago, she saw someone reach in through the dog door and try to open the door. Ebony ran over and started to bite the hand, and the would-be intruder disappeared.
Pakistan has handed over to the US a key suspect in the bombings of US embassies in East Africa, officials say.
Today 8:22 AM
The last four British men held as terrorism suspects at Guantanamo Bay are flying back to the UK.
Today 8:22 AM
Police searching for a kidnapped Dallas restaurateur found bloodstained clothes in a wooded area after a suspect reported that the man had been killed hours after he was snatched from his car.
Today 8:15 AM
Tanzanian al-Qaida Suspect on FBI Most-Wanted List Handed to U.S. Months Ago, Pakistan Says
Today 7:24 AM
Los Angeles Times - WASHINGTON — Using a police dog to sniff a car's exterior for drugs does not violate the privacy rights of a stopped motorist, the Supreme Court ruled Monday, even if the officers had no reason to suspect the car or its occupants were carrying drugs.
Today 5:55 AM
Peter S., in a mailing list I'm on, made the following observation -

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