Police: Man Stomps On, Kills Ducklings That Entered His YardA Florida man was arrested after allegedly attacking four ducks with a stick and stomping them to death.
Police: Waitress Caught Skimming Credit Cards On Her First DayAn Oklahoma waitress did not make a good first impression after being arrested for allegedly skimming credit cards on her first day at work.
Police: Deputy Takes Down Armed Suspect With Can Of BeansA Florida deputy is being praised for his expert aim after stopping a hammer-wielding suspect with a can of baked beans.
Police: Wrong-Way Driver On LSD Thought He Was Playing 'Grand Theft Auto'An Oregon man who allegedly stole a car and drove for miles going the wrong way claims he thought he was playing "Grand Theft Auto" while high on LSD.
Police: Man Shot Neighbors, Then Himself In Fight Over Dog PoopThree people are in the hospital after a dispute over dog poop turned into a violent shootout and standoff with police.
Police: 6-Year-Old, 12-Year-Old Threw Rocks And Waved Gun At AdultsThe group was reportedly using the public swings in Adair Park when the children began to throw "baseball-sized rocks" and struck two people.
Man Arrested For Practicing Karate On Swans, Kicking Them In HeadA man has been banned from two Florida parks and charged with cruelty to animals after kicking several swans in the head for "karate practice."
Mom Turns In Son After Seeing His Mugshot On The NewsA mother in Tennessee turned her "disobedient, disrespectful" son in to the police after seeing his photo on the news.
911 Operator Jailed For Hanging Up On Thousands Of CallersA former 911 operator in Houston is headed to jail after an investigation revealed that the emergency center worker hung up on thousands of people
Texas Man Gets Life In Prison For Las Vegas Kidnapping32 year old Jack Morgan got life in prison for kidnapping his ex-girlfriend in Las Vegas, then chaining her to the floor board of his van and driving her to a cave in New Mexico.
Man Gets Ten Years In Prison For Possession Of Stolen GunThe suspect admitted that, on March 31, 2017, he brought a stolen Glock 9mm firearm to an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting. When approached by law enforcement, he aimed the gun at the police officer, who in turn fired back, striking him.
AG Laxalt Joins National Sweep On Elderly FraudThe sweep involves cases from the U.S. Department of Justice, state attorneys general, U.S. attorneys and law enforcement agencies around the country, and cases involve more than 250 defendants who victimized more than a million Americans, most of whom were elderly.