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Chris Brown was arrested Thursday following a concert in Palm Beach, Florida, on an outstanding felony battery charge. He was later released on $2,000 bail, CBS News reports.
The coalition, called the Joint Chiefs of Global Tax Enforcement (J5), includes government agencies from Australia, Canada, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and the United States. It was formed in an effort to curb crypocurrency-related tax crimes and money laundering.
A man who was recently asked to leave a Boise apartment complex is suspected of going on a stabbing rampage there that injured nine people, including six children, police said Sunday. Four of the victims have life-threatening injuries.
The entire police force of a Mexican town has been arrested after a candidate for mayor was murdered
Fernando Angeles Juarez, mayoral candidate in the town of Ocampo in the Mexican state of Michoacan, was shot dead last week. The town's 28 police officers were arrested on suspicion of involvement in his death, which was the third death in the region in eight days.
The Trump administration is not backing down on its "zero-tolerance" immigration policy, arguing that an influx of immigrants would lead to more crime in American cities. Research debunks this claim.
Burglars got away with breaking into billionaire Jeff Bezos’ Beverly Hills mansion after leading police on a car chase
Burglars tried to break into Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos' Beverly Hills mansion. After a 25-minute car chase, they successfully evaded the police.
A Florida man impersonated a Saudi prince for decades, cheating investors out of millions of dollars
Anthony Gignac, who had five aliases including Khaled Al-Saud, pleaded guilty to identity theft and fraud, after living a lavish lifestyle. Gignac has pretended to be a Saudi royal for decades, and has reportedly been charged numerous times. He now faces up to 20 years in prison.
British police have singled out drill music, a style popular in south London gang culture, as a cause of spiralling street violence in the city. Drill music references gang rivalries in London and drug-dealing, and appears to glamorise violent crime.
A court has heard how a couple who murdered a young woman and burned her body were afflicted by ‘folie à deux’ — here’s w...
Sabrina Kouider and Ouissem Medouni were found guilty of killing French nanny Sophie Lionnet and burning her body in their garden. The court heard they were afflicted with a psychosis known as 'folie a deux,' or 'madness of two.'