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Cops may bring in cadaver dogs to search for possible remains of other children at Calif. 'house of horrors'

Homicide detectives could use cadaver dogs to sniff for the remains of other children in the suburban California "house of horrors," according to a report.

United States

Charles Manson supporter Leslie Van Houten denied parole again by California governor

The governor of California once again denied parole Friday for Leslie Van Houten, the youngest follower of murderous cult leader Charles Manson who blamed herself at her parole hearing for letting him control her life.

United States

LAPD Chief Charlie Beck to retire in June

After more than 40 years on the force, Los Angeles police Chief Charlie Beck plans to retire.

United States

Bandits take off with money, chips from Vegas casinos

Bandits have gotten away with cash and chips from four casino-hotels in Las Vegas since last week, leaving police on the hunt for multiple suspects.

Politics

Menendez corruption and bribery case: What to know

After a federal judge declared a mistrial in Sen. Bob Menendez's corruption and bribery trial in November, the Department of Justice announced it would retry the New Jersey Democrat.

United States

'Healthy' puppies found in California 'house of horrors' up for adoption

Two dogs found at the California “house of horrors” are being auctioned off to be adopted together.

United States

Florida sheriff departments strike deal with federal officials to detain illegal immigrants

Seventeen Florida sheriffs’ departments struck a new agreement with federal immigration officials on Wednesday aimed at cracking down on illegal immigration and enhancing public safety.

United States

Alabama man kills kids, daughter's fiance, then self, police say

Three people in Calhoun County, Alabama were reportedly killed Thursday by a family member who fatally shot them before turning the gun on himself.

United States

Ex-Milwaukee cop at center of controversial shooting admits soliciting prostitution

A former Milwaukee police officer who was acquitted last year in a fatal shooting that sparked two nights of riots pleaded guilty Thursday to soliciting prostitution in an unrelated sexual assault case that could have sent him to prison for decades.

United States

'Tourniquet Killer' executed in Texas for 1992 strangling

Texas carried out the nation's first execution of 2018 Thursday evening, giving lethal injection to a man who became known as Houston's "Tourniquet Killer" because of his signature murder technique on four female victims.

United States

Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock's ashes given to brother, coroner says

The cremated remains of Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock were received by a family member on Thursday, the coroner said.

United States

Arizona serial killer suspect linked to nine killings in three weeks

An Arizona man has been accused of a stunning murder spree in which he allegedly killed nine people in three weeks -- a rampage that would make him one of the most prolific serial killers in the state's history.

United States

Multi-state meth, pot ring involving the US mail is busted

Two suspected leaders of a multi-state drug trafficking ring have been charged for their role in the operation, as investigators said the pair sent hundreds of pounds of crystal meth and marijuana through the US Postal Service.

United States

Slain Washington state deputy honored at memorial service

More than 1,000 law enforcement members paid their respects Wednesday at the memorial service for a slain Washington state sheriff’s deputy who died in the line of duty.

United States

Police charge 3 men with capital murder of Houston couple 'executed' at home

Three men have been arrested in the “brutal” execution-style murders of a Texas couple who were found dead in their home.

United States

Colorado woman killed father, encased him in concrete at home, police say

The daughter of a man whose body was found encased in concrete inside a Denver home was charged with first-degree murder Tuesday, officials said.

Politics

New York man arrested for allegedly stalking Arizona Rep. Kyrsten Sinema

A New York man has been arrested by U.S. Capitol Police for allegedly stalking Arizona Representative and Senate candidate Kyrsten Sinema.

United States

Ex-CIA officer accused of holding on to classified info

A former CIA officer has been arrested and accused of illegally retaining classified information, the Justice Department announced Tuesday.

United States

Bodycam captures man's arrest after leap from a 2nd-floor balcony

A Florida man suspected of attempted murder tried to escape police by jumping from the balcony of an apartment — only to be apprehended below, authorities said.

United States

Plastic surgeon showed up drunk to operate at Kentucky hospital, reports say

A Kentucky plastic surgeon was arrested Monday after allegedly showing up drunk to perform a surgery.

United States

New charges could be coming in Vegas massacre, police attorney says

More than three months later, countless questions remain as to the motive of Las Vegas shooter, Stephen Paddock.

United States

Blaze Bernstein, Ivy Leaguer found dead, reportedly stabbed at least 20 times

Blaze Bernstein was stabbed at least 20 times in what authorities are reportedly investigating as a possible “act of rage,” a report on Monday revealed.

United States

Girl, 16, killed in shock sledding accident after struck by suspected drunk driving woman, 20

An Indiana high school student was killed Saturday night after an alleged drunk driver with a DUI record to her name hit the teen as she was sledding.

United States

Pizza shop beating caught on camera; manager faces assault charge

A Pittsburgh pizza shop manager is behind bars after a video surfaced that appeared to show him attacking a woman, slamming her head against the floor.

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