Law Enforcement

Mexican Drug War Spilling into U.S.
A south Texas sheriff says a shooting that injured one of his deputies was the first indisputable case of spillover violence from the Mexican drug wars in his County.
Scammers Targeting the Unemployed
Officials at the Texas Workforce Commission say they're getting reports that scam artists are targeting people who're drawing unemployment benefits, and are tricking them into giving them their personal information.
Parents Who Gave Kids Nazi Names Lose Custody Battle
The parents of three children, who gave each of them Nazi names, including Adolf Hitler, have finally lost custody of all three kids.
On Thursday, a New Jersey appeals court ruled that the children, who have been in foster care, should not be returned to the couple due to evidence of domestic violenc…
Cheating has Consequences
A Pasadena man has learned one of life's lessons the hard way.  He learned what can happen when a man fools around on his wife while he's off working in another town.
DPS Reminder: Don’t Drive Around that School Bus
Motorists stuck in traffic, behind a school bus that's loading or unloading children,  and in such a big hurry they're thinking about going around that bus, would be wise to take a deep breath, count to ten and think again.  A Department of Public Safety officer may be watching.
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Oops! Embarrassed SWAT Team Has Their Guns Stolen
Well, this is humiliating. Thieves using bolt cutters were able to force their way into a supposedly secure building earlier Thursday morning and steal 21 MP-5 submachine guns and 12 large caliber handgun from the Los Angeles police department’s prestigious SWAT unit.

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