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NYC Man Arrested, Avoids Hate Crime Charge for Stabbing Gay Man

Jul 19
New York City police said Tuesday they arrested man believed to have stabbed a gay man in the Bronx earlier this month, but did not charge him with a hate crime.

New Hampshire City Police Ue Pokemon to Lure Fugitives

Jul 19
Police in New Hampshire's largest city have gotten the Pokemon Go bug, trying to lure fugitives with the popular app.

Judge Reignites Debate Over Researching Jurors Online

By Sudhin Thanawala | Jul 17
Mining prospective jurors' Facebook, Twitter and other social media accounts is common practice for many attorneys looking to spot biases that might cost their clients a fair trial.

FBI Closes Unsolved D. B. Cooper Hijacking Case

Jul 17
One of the most notorious unsolved crimes in American history will remain a mystery.

Twitter User Posts Video of Himself Pointing Gun, Using Anti-LGBT Slurs at Victim

Jul 14
Detroit police are on the lookout for a man who shot a video of himself pointing a gun at a man whom he believed to be gay. The video, which was posted to social media, has gone viral and is actually being praised by many in the Twittersphere.

Is Pokémon Go Helping Lure Victims to Criminals?

Jul 14
Missouri police warn that a hugely popular mobile game is helping criminals lure unsuspecting victims.

In Second Attack in 5 Years, NYC Man Said He Was Stabbed Over Gay Bias

Jul 13
A man from New York City's Bronx borough was stabbed in an alleged anti-gay attack. It's reportedly the second time the man was stabbed over his sexuality in less than five years.

Man Who Lost Legs After Stealing Cop Car Now Arrested for Killing Boyfriend

Jul 13
A man who lost his legs after crashing a stolen Los Angeles Police Department car in 2012 was arrested Friday. He was charged with murder and is being accused of strangling his on-again-off-again boyfriend to death, police said.

Man Pleads Guilty In Transgender Teen's Death

Jul 13
A Mississippi man accused of killing a transgender teen pleaded guilty Tuesday in county court.

Dallas Gunman Wrote on Wall in Blood, Police Chief Says

Jul 11
After the initial rounds of gunfire, Dallas Police chief David Brown said in an interview the gunman laughed at police negotiations and scribbled letters on the wall with his own blood.

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