U.S. man used app to eavesdrop on Taber bomb threat responders: police
Wednesday, 13 February 2019 An Illinois man charged with making bomb threats against a southern Alberta community used an app to access the town’s emergency radio transmissions and listen to how crews reacted to his calls, according to police in Taber.
One man is dead after a shooting Monday night near 67th and the Paseo. Police were called to the scene just before 11 p.m. They found a man who had been show lying in the grass. First responders took him to the hospital, where he died.
On Sunday January 27th, Chicago police officers from the 20th District helped a man to safety after he attempted to save his dog from a frozen Lake Michigan. Below is a letter from the man who wishes..
A Buffalo man who was arrested and charged with making fake pipe bombs and placing them at the Buffalo Police Station and the United States Post Office on South Park Avenue in South Buffalo escaped the..
Police have arrested a man for threatening to kill masses of women on the day of the Women's March.
Huffington Post reports police were tracking the cell phone of a man who posted a threat to women on..