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The first words of Elvis Presley's classic hit, "Jailhouse Rock," were: "The warden threw a party at the county jail." In Maryland, the entire prison system is having a party thrown by gangs and official mismanagement ("Assembly leaders to be briefed on...
Tags: Witnesses, Prisons, Politics, Prosecution, Executive Branch
email@example.comWhen a string of intentionally set fires plagued Washington and Frederick counties during a three-week period beginning in early March, it was Washington County Sheriff’s Office Deputy 1st Class Jasen Logsdon who discovered a key piece of evidence...
Wellington is offering active neighborhood watch groups a new way to pay for meetings, food and supplies with the Neighbors of Wellington Grant. Groups may apply for up to $250. The grant, which is just one part of a larger effort to improve the...
This post has been updated. See the note below for details.A pared-down bill that would send sex offenders who repeatedly remove their GPS tracking devices back to state prison cleared its first legislative committee Tuesday, making progress where broader measures failed. In a deal struck with Democratic...
Tags: Prisons, Elections, Ted Lieu, Politics, Jerry Brown
After a pair of somewhat congenial election forums, Bethlehem mayoral hopefuls Robert Donchez and J. William Reynolds traded barbs Tuesday over negative mailers, library board attendance and fiscal records. Describing it as "dirty politics," Reynolds,...
The Hartford CourantTwo Wesleyan University public safety officers have been fired and are being investigated by police for allegedly viewing and possibly recording a female student in her residence, the university said on Tuesday. The school recently received a report...
The Hartford CourantSupporters of mixed martial arts say legalizing the fast-growing sport in Connecticut would generate millions of dollars in taxes and other revenue while giving regulatory agencies the power to set safety standards. But critics say the state should...
Gov. Jerry Brown has made it clear how unhappy he is about having to produce a plan to reduce the inmate population of California's prisons by another 9,000. Under the 2011 realignment law, the state has already lowered the prisoner count by 43,000 by...
State officials said Tuesday they removed the security chief at the Baltimore City Detention Center in the wake of a federal indictment that alleged an extensive smuggling scheme involving gang members and officers at the facility. The Maryland...
The first time the two Los Angeles Police Department officers walked to the backyard of an off-campus house party near USC, they had no problem with the crowd as they told the organizer to turn off the music and begin shutting down the party. The...
Channel 2 NewsBudget woes may force the Alaska Native Justice Center to close its doors, just as the non-profit is set to celebrate 20 years of helping Alaskans navigate the justice system and that could leave a huge void in a very vulnerable population. 3,000...
Tags: Prisons, Politics, Culture, Government, Arts and Culture
The Los Angeles Police Department opened an internal investigation into its response at an off-campus house party near USC amid complaints from some students that the department showed racial bias and used heavy-handed tactics. The incident occurred...
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