Petition of the day

Petition of the dayThe petition of the day is: Honeycutt v. United States 16-142 Issue: Whether 21 U.S.C. § 853(a)(1) mandates joint and several liability among co-conspirators for forfeiture of the reasonably foreseeable proceeds of a drug conspiracy.

Petition of the day

The petition of the day is:

16-142

Issue: Whether 21 U.S.C. § 853(a)(1) mandates joint and several liability among co-conspirators for forfeiture of the reasonably foreseeable proceeds of a drug conspiracy.

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Cops arrest rape suspect who allegedly used spare key to enter victim’s home

Cops on Wednesday arrested the man who allegedly raped a woman after he used a spare key to get into her Brooklyn apartment last month. Romaric Guiebre, 20, stormed into the 29-year-old woman’s home, near the corner of DeKalb and Wilson avenues in Bushwick, on July 25 around 1:30 a.m. when he found a spare…

Cops on Wednesday arrested the man who allegedly raped a woman after he used a spare key to get into her Brooklyn apartment last month. Romaric Guiebre, 20, stormed into the 29-year-old woman’s home, near the corner of DeKalb and Wilson avenues in Bushwick, on July 25 around 1:30 a.m. when he found a spare...

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Police Officer – Craig Police Department

Author: Craig COResponsible for performing law enforcement duties utilizing a community policing philosophy; enforcing Federal and State laws, and City ordinances; controlling traffic flow and enforcing state and local traffic regulations; performing i…

Author: Craig CO
Responsible for performing law enforcement duties utilizing a community policing philosophy; enforcing Federal and State laws, and City ordinances; controlling traffic flow and enforcing state and local traffic regulations; performing investigative work; and participating in and providing support and assistance to special crime prevention and enforcement programs.

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Police Officer – Patrol Division – Brewer Police Department

Author: Brewer METhe Brewer Police Department is a progressive, well-respected, proactive, professional police department dedicated to providing community-orientated police services. Duties include enforcement of applicable state and local laws, proact…

Author: Brewer ME
The Brewer Police Department is a progressive, well-respected, proactive, professional police department dedicated to providing community-orientated police services. Duties include enforcement of applicable state and local laws, proactive crime prevention patrol of the city streets and traffic control. Criminal Interdiction is a fundamental cornerstone in our agency's approach and response to the drug ...

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How the ‘Preppy Killer’ could have been stopped

Five months before he choked Jennifer Levin to death and became known as the “Preppy Killer,” Robert Chambers did something that could have altered the course of his life — and saved hers. Chambers, a ruggedly handsome 19-year-old Upper East Sider who attended the most exclusive private schools, stole a friend’s credit card and was…

Five months before he choked Jennifer Levin to death and became known as the “Preppy Killer,” Robert Chambers did something that could have altered the course of his life — and saved hers. Chambers, a ruggedly handsome 19-year-old Upper East Sider who attended the most exclusive private schools, stole a friend’s credit card and was...

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Ky. officers refused service at Taco Bell

By PoliceOne Staff LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Louisville Metro Police officers stopped in a local Taco Bell for lunch, but were refused service, according to WHAS. FOP President Dave Mutchler said in a statement that the employee behind the counter told …

By PoliceOne Staff

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Louisville Metro Police officers stopped in a local Taco Bell for lunch, but were refused service, according to WHAS.

FOP President Dave Mutchler said in a statement that the employee behind the counter told the other employees he wasn’t going to take the officers’ orders.

“Eventually, someone emerged to take the order but by then, the officers heard conversations among other employees regarding ‘messing’ with their order so they decided to not eat there at all,” the statement read.

Taco Bell responded with a statement saying that they “in no way endorse this sentiment” and they are “deeply appreciative of the men and women who have taken the oath to serve and protect our communities.”

An investigation has been launched and the business is taking appropriate action.


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Police return Calif. boy’s stolen bike after thief dismantles it

By Madisen Steele The Fresno Bee CLOVIS, Calif. — A boy whose bike was stolen in front of his eyes got his wheels returned intact, thanks to Clovis police who tracked down the dismantled bike and put it back together for him. The boy told police …

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By Madisen Steele The Fresno Bee

CLOVIS, Calif. — A boy whose bike was stolen in front of his eyes got his wheels returned intact, thanks to Clovis police who tracked down the dismantled bike and put it back together for him.

The boy told police that he was at the Taco Bell near Shaw and Armstrong avenues Sunday when he saw a man take his bicycle and ride away from the restaurant.

Officers watched surveillance footage and followed the suspect to the area of Clovis and Shaw avenues, where they found the home the suspect went into. The officers did not locate the man but did find the bike in pieces, Clovis police said.

The officers found every part of the bike, put it back together and returned it to the boy, Clovis police said. The department did not identify the boy, but did post a photo on Twitter of him getting his bicycle back.

Police said they know the suspect. Because the theft was a misdemeanor, the Fresno County District Attorney’s Office will have to review the case and decide whether to issue a warrant, police said.


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Nuix Grant Assistance Program now available for public safety

Herndon, Va. – Nuix is pleased to announce its participation in a program to link emergency response and public safety departments with grant funding opportunities. In tough economic times, dollars are scarce and many city and county budgets are …

Herndon, Va. – Nuix is pleased to announce its participation in a program to link emergency response and public safety departments with grant funding opportunities. In tough economic times, dollars are scarce and many city and county budgets are being cut. The amount of grant dollars available for police, fire, and EMS, has remained strong, yet many departments are unfamiliar with the grant process ...

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San Diego cop hurt in deadly shooting released from hospital

By Lyndsay Winkley The San Diego Union-Tribune SAN DIEGO — San Diego police Officer Wade Irwin, who took a bullet to the neck in a Southcrest shootout that left his partner dead last month, was released from the hospital, police said Tuesday. &ld…

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By Lyndsay Winkley The San Diego Union-Tribune

SAN DIEGO — San Diego police Officer Wade Irwin, who took a bullet to the neck in a Southcrest shootout that left his partner dead last month, was released from the hospital, police said Tuesday.

“We are pleased to announce Office Wade Irwin was released from the hospital on Saturday night and is now home recovering,” said San Diego police spokesman Lt. Scott Wahl. “He and his family are thankful for all of the support and well wishes.”

Irwin, 32, underwent two surgeries and has a long road ahead of him, according to a fundraising page set up to support the officer and his family. His wife took a leave of absence from her job to be near him and to care for their 2-year-old daughter.

The nine-year veteran and his partner, Officer Jonathan De Guzman, were patrolling in the community of Southcrest when they spotted two men hurriedly part ways July 28. The officers, both members of the gang suppression team, decided to pull up and speak to one of the men.

Irwin got out of the car and asked the man if he lived in the neighborhood. The question was answered with gunfire.

Jesse Gomez, 53, is accused of shooting Irwin and De Guzman, who was still in the patrol vehicle with his seatbelt on. The wounded Irwin then shot the suspect. A blood trail later led officers to Gomez, who was unconscious in a nearby ravine.

Community members rallied around Irwin and his family and the family of De Guzman in the wake of the shooting. Two fundraising pages to help support Irwin’s family have raised nearly $48,000.


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