- Always worth repeating: Gun homicides have fallen in America, and pretty dramatically.
- In what seems to be a brazen, shameless action to avoid transparency, U.S. marshals have apparently seized the records kept by Florida police agencies about their use of “Stingray” spying equipment to keep them from becoming public.
- Criminals pose as a raiding police team to gain access to a woman’s home. I’m seeing more and more reports of this phenomenon, and it seems commensurate with the rise in actual police raids.
- In Tulsa, a police officer is on paid leave while officials investigate why he shot at a car in which two teens were making out.
- The case against former Brooklyn DA Charles Hynes grows more sordid by the day.
- Chicago police cite nonexistent “wilding” trend to crack down on (mostly black) teenagers.
- NYPD launches mass raids of public housing complexes to arrest alleged gang members.
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