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12-Year Old Arrested In Homeless Man's Killing

JACKSONVILLE (CBSMiami/AP) — A 12-year old boy was arrested Thursday, accused of shooting and killing a homeless man in Florida.

The boy is suspected in the killing of 54-year old Thomas Trent after being identified in a surveillance video by investigators, said Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office Assistant Chief Chris Butler. 293 more words

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Man stabbed while trying to stop shoplifter

ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – A Wal-Mart employee was stabbed and another injured after they attempted to stop a man from stealing merchandise from the store.

APD said Omar Leyba was stabbed multiple times when he tried to stop a man who was trying to leave the store with a cooler full of DVDs. 119 more words

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Wanted Suspect Gallery 7-31-2014

We have compiled all of our best suspect images into one photo.  Please share this link, and tell us if you know who anyone is.  Just give us the suspect number from their picture, and a name or contact information. 25 more words

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Hamburg Police ID stolen credit card suspects

HAMBURG, N.Y. (WIVB) – Hamburg Police say photos shown last week provided a bevy of tips about their suspects.

The pair was being sought because officers say they used stolen credit cards to buy gas. 15 more words

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Accused voyeur charged with taping woman in bathroom

BLUFFTON, Ga. (WJCL) – A man accused of secretly recording a woman in his bathroom is facing multiple charges of voyeurism after Bluffton police were called out to Rocking Horse Lane on Thursday. 147 more words

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Police look for man who stole guitar

AMHERST, N.Y. (WIVB) – Amherst Police need your help in finding a person, who may have a stolen guitar.

They say the instrument was taken from a car last Thursday. 43 more words

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Fraudulent concert tickets becoming a trend in Saskatoon

SASKATOON – Since Credit Union Centre opened it’s doors in 1988, it’s hosted some of the world’s biggest names in the music industry, from Bon Jovi to Beyonce and most recently Blake Shelton. 366 more words

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