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Police Chief Announces Arrest for Himself

A Louisiana police chief has been charged after $3,650 of seized cash went missing from his station — announcing his own arrest in an online news statement. Grayson Police Chief Mitch Bratton announced on Facebook that Louisiana State Police (LSP) had charged him with obstruction of justice and malfeasance in office —…

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Target Security Guard Breaks His Arm

A Target security guard broke his arm during a brawl with two men after they were confronted for allegedly not wearing masks, Los Angeles Police Department said in a statement Monday. A mandate issued in Los Angeles County last month made it mandatory for people to wear masks and coverings…

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Push For Georgia Hate Crime Law

There’s a new push in Georgia for a state hate crime law after the killing of Ahmaud Arbery an unarmed black man pursued by two white men and shot dead while jogging through a Brunswick neighborhood on February 23. Gregory McMichael, 64, and his son Travis, 34, who told police…

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Florida Judge Tells Attorneys to Put on a Shirt for Zoom Court Hearings

“It is remarkable how many ATTORNEYS appear inappropriately on camera,” the judge wrote in the letter posted on the Weston Bar Association website. “We’ve seen many lawyers in casual shirts and blouses, with no concern for ill-grooming, in bedrooms with the master bed in the background, etc. One male lawyer….

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Florida Man Released from Jail Due to Coronavirus Concerns Rearrested for Murder

A week after a Florida man was released from jail as a preventive measure against the spread of the novel corona virus, he was arrested on charges including murder. Joseph Edward Williams was released March 19 following the issuance of an administrative order aimed at lowering the risk of COVID-19 spread within the…

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Mom Wears Interesting Face Mask

Mother Wears Face Mask Covered With Something Some May Find Disturbing, When People Let her Know Whats On Her Mask Its Her Way Of Telling Them They Are to Close and Need To Back up. “It was never my intention to sell masks,” Mindy Vincent tells The Post. She credits…

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Justice Departments Sides with Mississippi Church

The Justice Department took the rare step on Tuesday of weighing in on the side of a Mississippi Christian church where local officials had tried to stop Holy Week services broadcast to congregants sitting in their cars in the parking lot. As the coronavirus pandemic spread, leaders at Temple Baptist…

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Florida Crime Rates Drop as Murder Rates Rise

Statewide, Florida saw another year of reduction in its average arrest rate even as crimes such as murder went up. In 2019, the arrest rate in Florida fell by 6.3%, marking the 49th consecutive year the state has seen a reduction, according to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. The…

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Guards in Florida Prisons to Wear Masks Made by Inmates.

As the number of positive coronavirus cases among inmates at Florida’s prisons continues to climb, some inmates who remain in good health are being assigned to make masks to prevent the spread of the virus. But not for each other, at least not at first. The guards get dibs. “I…

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Can Felons Vote in 2020 Election

How a court battle on felon voting rights in Florida could affect the 2020 election There’s a debate going on across the country about whether felons should be able to vote after they’ve served their time. The answer coming out of state capitals is increasingly: Yes. But what happens when…

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