The police in Normal, IL, are requesting the public’s help in finding a suspect who allegedly grabbed a woman near the campus, attempting to force her into her own vehicle. The incident was reported to have happened on Monday, November 9th at around 11 p.m. on the 500 block of South Fell Avenue. The woman, […]
It seems like one of those questions that there’s no hope in answering: “Where were you on Tuesday the 3rd at 10pm?” Thinking…thinking…thinking…do I tell these guys that I don’t know where I was this morning, let alone three weeks ago on a Tuesday. No, they’d just think I was being sarcastic. They’be be right. […]
TV shows have gone quite a long way in unintentionally deceiving views that crime, investigation, and punishment are some how more glorious, and work at extreme levels of sophistications and speed, while in reality it’s much different. We have to laugh when watching CSI at times; Horatio will threaten the bad guy with DNA; ever-cool, […]
People think of delivering process as like delivering Pizzas. Not so! The Pizza recipient usually does not shoot you for fogetting pepperoni and anchovies! By SARAH GORDON – firstname.lastname@example.org | Posted: Wednesday, November 11, 2009 10:00 am ESCONDIDO —- A 50-year-old process server was shot in the leg while serving papers at a West Escondido […]
If it looks too good to be true, chances are it’s not true.
Halloween is not the night to place your trust in people you don’t know.