When Newsweek rang the hotline number to call, the voice prompt apologized yet again for "any inconvenience this may have caused you," and directs the caller to go online to get information.
She lifted the pistol from the table just as Prestige Brown, 19, pulled rank and allegedly "grabbed the gun" away from her and attempted to rack it "to take the round out of the head," Memphis authorities said.
On Wednesday, U.S. District Judge James Selna agreed with prosecutors, and sentenced Syrian-American Rasheed Al Jijakli, 57, of Walnut, California for supplying Syrian rebels with "instruments of death."
Suspended San Francisco Police Officer Rain Daugherty, 44, was booked on Tuesday after one a bank teller fingered him for ripping off the East West Bank in the Sunset neighborhood on Nov. 29, according to a federal affidavit filed on Wednesday in federal court by the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Northern District of California.
On Wednesday, the Mississippi Department of Public Safety announced the arrest of Webster County Sheriff Timothy Mitchell, 53, for committing a dozen felonies, including: embezzlement, stolen arms trafficking, sex with an inmate and retaliation against a witness.
Federal prosecutors contend that Kevin "Wood" Blair, 47, of Pasadena, California, worked in tandem with Detroit-native Delano "Bop Bop" Leflore, 37, to oversee a drug mule syndicate.
Mitchell Dutz was charged by Fulton County prosecutors with several charges after calling 911 on Dec. 15 to fib a report that his infant son was kidnapped by three drug dealers when he was at a gas station.
"People here would lose their minds over the sight of an inverted cross on that city park."
A recorded call played aloud in Brooklyn federal courtroom features a purported FARC rebel and Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán Loera. And Guzmán pushing the price down: "Listen, I'm going to buy 2 and leave Simon's [a nickname for Cifuentes] property to pay for the rest."
"This is just crazy," Fogleman told Newsweek. "I'm not going to address any of it."
"My opinion is the Jews are evil and they get what's coming to them."
Allyson Moran, 27, was relieved of substitute teaching and coaching duties from Stockbridge High School after she was caught orchestrating an illicit affair with a 16-year-old student.
Thomas Williams, 36, who was serving a bit for a drug-dealing conviction, was given his walking papers at 6:15 p.m. on Tuesday, only to return to the big house within minutes of tasting freedom.
Rafael Decomas, 20, a student at Florida Atlantic University (FAU) was arrested on Nov. 28 by campus police.
Kyle Wallace, 22, of Tampa, Florida, was in federal court on Monday for allegedly luring minor boys into sending nude selfies using financial rewards over Xbox and other social media platforms.
Khemraj Dave Hardat, 50, was dubbed by the FBI as a "serial fraudster" and charged with defrauding acquaintances to run up a $5 million Ponzi scheme, according to the criminal complaint reviewed by Newsweek.
The 34-year-old woman from Memphis, Tennessee was brought under arrest at a nearby 66 Phillips gas station after she was witnessed wiping the innocent's blood from her fingers with some towels and allegedly told authorities, "I did what I had to do."
A Memphis dad's alleged attempt to squash a beef between his son and another student backfired, landing the patriarch in jail and facing assault charges, authorities said.
"Remarkably, however, over the last ten years Mr. Choochongkol has primarily relied on his participation in human drug trials in order to support him and his wife."
An unidentified woman from Sewickley, Pennsylvania allegedly accused her GPS for causing her to abandon asphalt in favor of metal train tracks.
Robert Palma and William Erlbacker, both of Concow, California, were nabbed and charged for looting, theft of a vehicle and possession of stolen property, according to a release by CalFire.
Santa's delivering Christmas cheer early in Vermont and ditched the beard and red and white robes for stone khakis and a New England Patriots jacket and clearing unsuspecting shoppers's layaway balances.
U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) released results from a lab study that suggests dietary supplements marketed as Ginkgo biloba were missing the main ingredient.
Ali Elmezayan, 44, appeared in Los Angeles federal court on Tuesday and didn't offer a plea.
In Los Angeles, at least three Orthodox Jewish women say a man has been yanking their modest wigs from their heads.
Jeffrey Yohai was booked last week in Los Angeles and faces charges for a grift that took unsuspecting real-estate investors for millions of dollars, according to the U.S. attorney's office in Los Angeles.