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The History of Lawmen in the Wild West - Rules and Regulations

The first set of rules for western lawmen was put in writing in 1882, by David Cook, in his book Hands Up! or Twenty Years of Detective Life in the Mountains and on the Plains… 362 more words

Carl Dane

WANTED: U.S. Marshals working to find homicide fugitive on the run for 2 years

NORFOLK, Va. – The United States Marshals are asking the public to help them capture a man wanted for a 2015 murder in Portsmouth.

The crime happened December 2, 2015 on Gateway Drive in Portsmouth. 210 more words


Conservative Law & Politics Interview with Michael Volpe and Sandra Grazzini-Rucki

Conservative Law & Politics” with Lee Dryer interviews Sandra Grazzini-Rucki and Michael Volpe about her family court and criminal cases.  Hear about her lawyer trying a custody case strapped to a wheelchair and how a SWAT Team from the US Marshals served a bogus warrant. 22 more words

Sandra Grazzini-Rucki

this day in crime history: january 11, 1794

On this date in 1794, Robert Forsyth became the first U.S. Marshal killed in the line of duty. Forsyth, who was appointed U.S. Marshal in Georgia by President George Washington, was accompanied by two of his deputies as he attempted to serve civil legal papers on brothers Beverly and William Allen. 69 more words

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US Marshals capture 300 fugitives, serve 500 warrants for 2017

NORFOLK, Va. – Hundreds of fugitives were taken into custody by the U.S. Marshals in 2017, 43 of those arrests were for homicide suspects. In comparison to last year’s number, 30 homicide suspects were taken into custody by the U.S. 294 more words


Fugitive wanted for sexual abuse captured on Kauai after 11 years on the run

On Monday, US Marshals from the District of Utah arrested William Lawrence on Kauai. Lawrence had been on the run since 2006, when he was convicted of Forcible Sexual Abuse and Forcible Sodomy. 150 more words