Recent Crime News
Friday | via Whittier Daily News
PASADENA >> An open government activist on Friday blamed the Pasadena police officers' union for subverting the state's public records law and using the courts to stonewall the release of a report that is critical of two officers who killed an unarmed black teen nearly three years ago. Activist Gil Aguirre's remarks come amid growing criticism of the union and its costly court battle with the city over the release of an independent report into the March 2012 slaying of Kendrec McDade by officers Jeffrey Newlen and Mathew Griffin. Comment?
Saturday Feb 28 | via WTEN-TV Albany
State Police in Brunswick say they have arrested 53-year-old Avishai Engelstein, of Encino, California, after he subjected a female employee to unwanted sexual contact. The victim was training with Engelstein when the incident occurred during a mandatory break at a parking area on SR-7 in the Town of Hoosick on Thursday. Comment?
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