Police in the Waterbury area are investigating a series of incidents in which rocks have been thrown at moving cars.
The suspect claims he didn’t know the victim, but he had asked her if he could use her bathroom. She later held him at knifepoint, he says.
Massachusetts State Police say the car was shot at on Interstate 93 in Quincy.
The alleged dognappers demanded a $10,000 ransom for the Dallas Cowboys wide receiver’s puppy.
Police said the suspect(s) made off with an undetermined amount of money.
State Police Detectives and the Medical Examiner’s office are working to determine the cause of death.
Simpson is approaching the nine-year minimum of his 33-year sentence for armed robbery and assault with a weapon.
An Australian woman described as a spiritual healer was shot dead by police in Minneapolis Saturday after she reportedly called 911 herself.
Victims reported that they had paid money to get their car fixed, but the suspect instead damaged their vehicles and never made repairs.
Suffield, Connecticut police say that one of the suspects is a Springfield resident, who is already in jail in Massachusetts.
Greenfield police say the man accused of stealing the car was charged with OUI.
A woman and her two daughters were killed after two men broke into their Cheshire, Connecticut home on July 23, 2007.
People, often children, risk getting stuck by discarded needles.
A pizza delivery driver was found in critical condition inside his car, after being stabbed multiple times during an alleged robbery.
A father, mother, and grandmother were arrested and charged with murder, after allegedly denying a girl food for about a year.
An Army veteran was fired from Home Depot after he allegedly tried to stop thieves from stealing tools worth thousands of dollars.
The bicycle was donated to a special needs child in the Forest Park neighborhood.
Investigators are still rescuing animals from a farm in Westerlo, NY.
The remains of Donald Eugene Webb were found buried in the backyard of a North Dartmouth home.
Civil rights advocates complain that posting mugshots and written, pejorative descriptions of suspects amounts to public shaming.