Crime Timeline

Chicago Police Union Sues To Stop Police Misconduct Records From Going Public

Chicago Police Union

The union representing Chicago’s police officers has sued the city itself and the Chicago Police Department to block decades of police misconduct records from being released, via the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), to Chicago’s two leading newspapers. The Chicago Sun-Times reports that the Fraternal Order of Police’s Chicago lodge filed suit Tuesday in Cook… Read more »

Sorry Robber Returns Cash With Apology

Sorry Robber Returns Cash

A sorry robber has returned the cash he stole from a Eureka, California, gas station and issued an apology. Cyle Warren Abbott, Jr., 23, told officers he needed cash so he could leave town for a fresh start. However, on his way out, he realized what a big mistake he was making and decided to… Read more »

Nevada Man Attacks 7 People With A Hammer

Hammer attacker

A Las Vegas area man was arrested after attacking seven people with a hammer. The man spent an hour driving around the suburbs of Las Vegas attacking people with a sledgehammer, apparently at random. Police arrested the man in Henderson, Nevada today. KTNV 13 Action News in Nevada reports that 31-year-old Damien D. Robins, a… Read more »

Man Gives A Cop A ‘Wet Willy,’ Narrowly Avoids Felony Charges


Remember in elementary school, when you and your friends would annoy each other by licking your fingers and sticking them in each others’ ears (a prank known as a “wet willy”)? An adult man (an airman) gave a wet willy to another adult man (a cop), and the “victim” didn’t find it funny at all…. Read more »