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Suburban New York Village Deploys Big-City Surveillance Tactics

Police on New York's Long Island have seen a lot of success after deploying license-plate readers throughout one town.

Victim of Gun Point Robbery Says Attackers Used Grindr To Meet Him

CRIME | By John McDonald | Jan 30
The victim of an alleged attempted robbery told police he was lured into the situation through the use of the gay dating app Grindr.


In Italy, Bill Whitaker finds out that the long arms of the Mafia extend to agricultural products, especially olive oil, on which the mob makes huge profits by exporting imitations.

New Netflix Series Raises Questions About Old Murder Case

Netflix's "Making a Murderer" rekindles interest in a high-profile Wisconsin murder case.

Convict in 3 Sex Crimes Freed by DNA Tied to Fugitive Rapist

SCIENCE | By Brian Melley | Nov 30
A man imprisoned 16 years for rape and sex assault convictions was exonerated Monday and ordered freed after DNA evidence linked the crimes to a serial rapist on the FBI's most wanted list.

Texas Man Convicted of Murder in 'Stand Your Ground' Retrial

CRIME | Nov 23
A Houston-area man was found guilty Friday of murder for killing his neighbor during an argument over loud music.

Illinois Police Officer's Death Was Suicide

An investigation into the shooting death of Fox Lake Lt. Joe Gliniewicz has reportedly determined the officer's death was a suicide

San Francisco Pride Shooting Case Heads to Trial

CRIME | By Seth Hemmelgarn | Nov 7
Organizers of San Francisco's LGBT Pride celebration, who are being sued by a gay man who was shot at the 2013 festival, are headed to trial after last-minute settlement talks collapsed Tuesday.

9-Year-Old Shot Becomes Chicago's 40th Murdered Child

CRIME | Nov 4
Police are still searching for a suspect and a motive in the death of a 9-year-old Chicago boy who was shot multiple times in the head and neck Monday.

Shoot-First-Then-Rob Suspect Apprehended; 3 Trans Among Victims

CRIME | By Amanda Lee Myers | Nov 3
He would approach his victims as they went about their daily routines on the streets of Los Angeles, usually in the late evening or early morning. First he would shoot, and then he would steal whatever he could grab before fleeing.

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