A Minnesota couple was cited for hauling in 273 crappie fish—the state limits 10 crappies per person. The May 20 incident could force the married couple to pay fines and restitution of up to $3,000, officials confirmed.
A bail bonds businessman hopelessly searching the country for months for a fugitive was days away from signing a $30,000 check to the Tom Green County Court when he received "a blessing from God."
A Cuban man who has been charged with aggravated rape following an assault at a private liberal arts college in Massachusetts had been ordered deported six years ago.
Nearly two weeks in the trees cost Catherine "Fern" MacDougal two days of freedom.
Alexander Hill, 31, allegedly lifted a Mercedes-Benz, clocked it at 100 miles per hour to shake pursuing cops and then launched it like a blazing missile into an apartment complex.
A pair of teenage lovers hell-bent on eloping allegedly carried out a craven scheme to off the girl's disapproving parents and older sister.
Kenyetta McKinney, 22, of St. Louis, was busted by cops on Friday for child kidnapping, the theft of a car and armed criminal action among other charges, according to her arrest warrant from circuit court.
Mollie Tibbetts went for an evening jog last Thursday and Snapchatted with her high school sweetheart later that night. She has since vanished—prompting a tireless search in small-town Iowa.
Steve Foster, 61, a Democratic candidate running for U.S. Congress in Georgia's 14th District, claimed he drank only two gin and tonics—to aid his malaria—and that he was beaten in jail by Aryan inmates.
A federal judge ordered an Oklahoma man to forfeit all of his Prince music and repay the late artist's estate any profits he earned when he streamed his music online.
Nolan Gerwels, 14, died on June 22 after a mounted indoor basketball hoop weighing 260 pounds collapsed onto him while he was teaching his younger sister how to play.
Bobby Wilson, a Republican candidate running for the Arizona Legislature, recalled in a speech at a Tucson church filled with anti-gun-violence advocates how he shot and killed his gun-toting mother back in 1963.
Marie Rudd, 70, was booked on second-degree murder charges for the hit-and-run slaying of William Rudd, her husband, who was 24 years her senior.
David Martinez, who is running for a seat on the St. Paul, Minnesota, City Council, has already been banned from a library and Target Field.
George Ambroz, 35, of Dyer, Indiana was arrested this week on child pornography and child solicitation charges.
Cops said an inebriated King Kong Choul allegedly chased several children around an apartment building and threatened to kidnap, cut them into pieces and eat them.
Neo-Nazi booklets were discovered in multiple Little Free Libraries in some Omaha, Nebraska, neighborhoods.
"This is vicious," the dentist said. "This makes me out to be some kind of criminal."
A pizza deliveryman was picked up in Pennsylvania for allegedly engaging and chronicling an illicit sexual relationship with a preteen girl he met during an order.
A prosecutor in Hawaii landed herself on the wrong side of the law when she allegedly duped her grandmother out of $20,000 and used some of the proceeds to finance a love affair with her firefighter boyfriend.