Watch: Rapist Daniel Holtzclaw's Guilty Verdicts Read in OKC Court
From OKC Fox: Former Oklahoma City Police Department officer Daniel Holtzclaw has been found guilty on 18 charges, including rape and sexual battery.
The verdict came back Thursday evening in Oklahoma County Court. Holtzclaw was found guilty of 18 of his 36 charges, the ranging from first degree rape to sexual battery. Holtzclaw was found guilty on four counts of first degree rape, one count of second degree rape, six counts of sexual battery, four counts of forcible oral sodomy and three co...
Attorney: Shooting by Michigan ICE Agent was 'Justified' and 'Self-Defense'
New developments in the shooting of a Detroit man by an Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent last week. David Griem is the lawyer for the agent, and he is talking, saying the shooting was justified and that Mitchell Quinn fired his gun in self defense.
New Jersey Mom: 7-Year-Old Son was Choked by School Guard
Karen McMillan said Tuesday that her son Ne'rek Johnson, a first-grader at Barack H. Obama Elementary School, was hospitalized overnight following the incident at the school Friday. She said her son suffered no injuries.
Catching Detroit's Most Dangerous: Jerome Easterly
He’s one of the U.S. Marshals most wanted. Jerome Easterly is capable of the unthinkable and accused of shooting multiple family members - including shooting at his own children. Authorities say Easterly roams the streets of Detroit armed with a gun, wearing a bullet proof vest. Now, the U.S. Marshals Detroit Fugitive Apprehension Team is asking for the public’s help in putting him back behind bars.
Latest Zimmerman Dust-Up Linked to Prior Road Rage Incident
The man who called 9-1-1 Monday to report he was involved in a shooting with George Zimmerman, the man acquitted in the Trayvon Martin shooting case two years ago, appears to be the same person involved in a road rage incident with Zimmerman last year.
Doctors, Pharmacists Nabbed in Huge Prescription Drug Bust
"Operation Pilluted," the largest prescription drug operation in DEA history, led to the arrests of 280 people in Arkansas, Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi. Agents referred to the doctors, nurses and pharmacists involved as "drug dealers."
Suicide Rate of Black Children Doubles as Opportunity Declines
New figures show that suicide rates for African-American children have doubled since 1993, while the same statistic for whites has managed to drastically decline. Doctors and officials are scrambling to find the cause behind the trend, and some are pointing the finger at growing socio-economic differences.