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911

Monday, May 9th, 2005 • Filed under Banks

A man from the town of Grand Forks, North Dakota, decided to travel to Fargo so that he could rob the First Community Bank. The criminal quickly scribbled a note demanding money and gave it to the teller. Frightened, she gave the man what he asked for and watched him run out of the door. Police were called and searches of the surrounding area turned up nothing. Upon reviewing the ransom note, it was noted that the message had been written on the perpetrator’s bank deposit slip. Police traveled to the man’s house and arrested him on his front porch.

Security Camera

Monday, May 9th, 2005 • Filed under Banks

One criminal broke into the basement of a bank through a street-level window. In the process, however, he suffered from several lacerations. After he realized that he could neither get the money nor climb back through the window from whence he came, the robber panicked. Realizing he was going to bleed to death if he did not get help, he located a phone and dialed 911. The rest, as they say, is history.

News Articles

Monday, May 9th, 2005 • Filed under News Links

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18,000 more reasons not to live in Maryland

Friday, May 6th, 2005 • Filed under Uncategorized

iconI knew auto theft was out of control in Prince George’s County (MD), but I didn’t know it was this bad.

…there were more car thefts reported in Prince George’s last year than in the all of Virginia. Nearly 18,500 cars were stolen in the county, compared with about 17,300 in Virginia.

A car is stolen in PG County every 30 minutes.

Not so less than lethal

Wednesday, May 4th, 2005 • Filed under Uncategorized

iconCops should go back to just shooting criminals. It’s quicker, more humane, and in the case of this guy, the results are the same.

The 24-year-old man had run out a back door of an apartment when officers tried to arrest him early Tuesday, Phoenix police spokesman Sgt. Randy Force said. A female officer caught up with the man and shocked him.

When the suspect continued to resist, another officer shocked him with his Taser, Force said. Police did not say exactly how many times the man was zapped.

The man, who was not immediately identified, went unconscious and was pronounced dead later at a hospital, Force said.

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