The Department of Justice announced Friday the arrest of some 3,800 gang members across four countries, dealing a serious blow to the MS-13 transnational drug gang.
A Texas burglar learned the hard way that crime doesn’t pay after being shot by his last intended victim in 2015. He was sentenced to 99 years in prison late last week.
A home invader remains on the run after stripping naked, breaking into an Arizona family’s home, offering diamonds to the homeowner, and then fleeing once the homeowner pointed his gun at him on Wednesday.
Philadelphia’s Democrat district attorney Seth Williams will plead guilty to federal corruption charges on Thursday, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer.
An MS-13 gang member was sentenced to 160 months in prison and three years of supervised release on Thursday for conspiring and attempting to murder on the gang’s behalf, the Justice Department announced.
A Texas Democrat who gained national attention earlier this year for her hunger strike in protest of the state’s “sanctuary city” bill was arrested on Tuesday night for drunk driving after she drove her car into a tree, according to a Dallas Morning News report.
An Arizona Democrat said that he “wanted to punch” a female Republican colleague in the state legislature “in the throat” over the passage of school choice legislation she introduced, according to the Arizona Capitol Times.
Former Maryland state delegate Will Campos, a Democrat, pleaded guilty to accepting bribes in exchange for favors, federal prosecutors announced on Tuesday.
Three Baton Rouge police officers are feared dead in a shooting Sunday, according to reports, and at least seven officers were wounded by gunfire in an ambush.
A Democratic state representative in Texas was sentenced to a year in prison for illegally soliciting accident victims to be clients of his law firm by paying individuals to pull names off police incident reports.