Recent Crime News
Thursday May 21 | via Seattle Weekly
The article goes on to state that this all went down in Cottage Grove, Minnesota, and the drug lab hermit is Dr. Winston Corrigan. But Seattle residents may also recognise the man in the photo. Comment?
Wednesday May 13 | via Sentinel & Enterprise
A Maine man has pleaded guilty to breaking into neighbors' homes and stealing items, including eight Build-a-Bear gift cards intended to be Christmas presents for children. The Kennebec Journal reports that Justin Lebourdais pleaded guilty to burglary, theft and receiving stolen property in Kennebec County Superior Court on Tuesday. Comment?
Wednesday May 13 | via The Lebanon Daily News
Five panda cubs eat special milk porridge served in separate bowls during feeding time at the Chengdu Panda Breeding Research Center in Chengdu in southwestern China's Sichuan province Wednesday, May 13, 2015. Police in southwestern China arrested 10 people for killing a female wild giant panda, buying and selling its parts, state media said Wednesday. Comment?
Wednesday May 13 | via Chambersburg Public Opinion
Police and medical crews prepare a shooting victim for treatment while responding to a shooting Tuesday at Fourth and East King streets in Chambersburg. Police and emergency crews treat a shooting victim at the scene of a shooting at Fourth and East King streets in Chambersburg. Comment?
Wednesday May 13 | via Home
Police have arrested a man they say kicked in the door of a Somerville child care center, grabbed a 1-year-old girl, and then wrestled with six officers, even grabbing an officer's gun, before he was subdued. Sandro Corbelli is scheduled to be arraigned Wednesday on a variety of charges including kidnapping and assault and battery in connection with the Tuesday incident. Comment?
Wednesday May 13 | via The Bennington Banner
The chief of the U.N. education and culture organization UNESCO says the destruction and looting of archaeological sites in the Middle East must be condemned as a "war crime." UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova of Bulgaria also told a conference that opened in Egypt on Wednesday that the theft and destruction of antiquities in the region was a "tactic of war" designed to terrify populations, finance criminal activities and spread hatred. Comment?
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