Lawyers for a freelance journalist say the city of Atlanta has agreed to pay him $105,000 to settle a lawsuit over his arrest while covering a demonstration in 2020. Sharif Hassan had filed a federal lawsuit claiming his constitutional rights were violated, including his First Amendment right to freedom of speech.
Authorities say Robert Singletary turned himself in to the sheriff's office in Tampa on Thursday, two days and some 600 miles away from the shooting. One victim is still in the hospital.
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Virginia police say two men used "primitive-made tools constructed from a toothbrush and metal object" to tunnel out of a cell wall on Monday. They were arrested 10 miles away the next morning.
The suspect was arrested at the Boston Logan International Airport after allegedly tampering with a side door and the emergency slide, and later allegedly lunged at a flight attendant.
Police were tipped off about a social media account posting child pornography in the county that was tracked back to Wojahn, who has been mayor of the city since 2015.
In Memphis, where Nichols died, protesters shut down a major highway and chanted "justice for Tyre" before later disbanding. Demonstrations across the U.S. were largely peaceful.
Attorneys representing Michael Jennings said the release of the body camera video will clear the way for "legal action against the officers and more."
A former Colorado police officer shown on body camera video roughly arresting a 73-year-old woman with dementia and later seen joking about it was sentenced Thursday to five years in prison.
Vladimir Kara-Murza was sentenced to 15 days in jail for disobeying police orders on Tuesday, the day after his arrest. The opposition leader has been speaking out against Russia's war in Ukraine.
Ilya Lichtenstein and Heather Morgan were arrested Tuesday in Manhattan on money laundering and conspiracy charges.
The Crystal Symphony was supposed to dock in Miami, but ended up in the Bahamas after a U.S. judge granted an order to seize the ship as part of a breach-of-contract lawsuit.
Mario Gonzalez, 26, died in police custody on April 19. Body camera footage showed police pinning him to the ground for several minutes.
The city released body camera footage showing the police encounter with Mario Gonzalez. He died after being pinned to the ground.