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Former Democratic Senator Mugged by California’s Reality

Andrew Stiles of the Washington Free Beacon highlights an interesting nugget from the police blotter. Nearly one year after predicting Joe Biden’s victory in the 2020 election would bring about an end to violence in America, former senator Barbara Boxer (D., Calif.) was mugged by reality. In Boxer’s case, reality...
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Sylva, NCSylva Herald

Crime spree results in prison sentence

A car thief turned arsonist has pleaded guilty following an alleged crime spree that resembled a real live version of the violent action-adventure video game Grand Theft Auto. His crimes occurred between January 2020 and May of this year, including the torching of a vehicle stolen from a local school.
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Springfield, MOKYTV

CRIME STOPPERS: Have you seen this Greene County fugitive?

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) - Springfield police want your help finding a fugitive. He’s charged with stealing and property damage. Officers are looking for 40-year-old Donald L. Southard. Detectives say he’s a suspect in burglaries, car thefts and drug crimes. Southard is 5′9″ tall and weighs about 200 pounds. He has...
HomelessThe New Yorker

The Trial of Chesa Boudin

Of all the progressive prosecutors elected in American cities during the law-and-order Trump years, none embodied the hope for criminal-justice reform as perfectly as San Francisco’s Chesa Boudin. The son of the infamous political radicals Kathy Boudin and David Gilbert, Boudin grew up visiting his parents in prison, and began speaking publicly about the brutalities and racial inequities of the penal system when he was a teen-ager. Even by the standards of the criminal-justice-reform movement, he struck visionary notes in his 2019 campaign, calling for decarceration and declaring, on the night he won, “It’s time for radical change to how we envision justice.” Most of all, though, Boudin had San Francisco. The city’s lurid inequalities and radical political tradition meant that there was natural support for politics like his, as well as a district attorney’s office that has often been led by progressives—among them, Kamala Harris. If the country was to try a radical change in how it envisions justice, then surely this was the place.
Volcano, HIWest Hawaii Today

Police seek Volcano man in property crime case

Hawaii Island police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating 36-year-old Thomas Lou Robert Bowers, of Volcano. He is wanted for two outstanding Hilo Family Court warrants and for questioning in connection with a criminal investigation for property crimes. Bowers is described as 5 feet 9 inches tall, 200...
Pāhoa, HIbigislandnow.com

Pāhoa Man Arrested in Connection to Theft at Private School

A 24-year-old man is facing a myriad of offenses after allegedly breaking into a private school in Pāhoa. Jenson Faustino-Keakaoka Castillas, of Pāhoa, was charged with burglary during an emergency period, second-degree burglary, first-degree theft, first-degree criminal property damage, first-degree criminal trespass, second-degree promotion of a dangerous drug, drug paraphernalia, ownership/possession prohibited (ammunition), and as a habitual property crime offender.
Alexandria, VAWashington Post

Alexandria and Arlington crime report

The following information, provided by the Alexandria Police Department and formatted by The Post, shows selected incidents reported by police. Reported incidents did not necessarily occur, and they may be based on preliminary information that is subject to change as a result of further investigation. You can reach the police department directly at 703-838-4636 or visit alexandriava.gov/police.
Hermosa Beach, CADaily Breeze

Beach Cities crime report for July 29

The Hermosa Beach Police Department invites residents to save Tuesday, August 3, for National Night Out. The focus is on learning ways in which Hermosa Beach can be a safer and better place to live, work and visit. Officers will be stopping by many neighborhoods. Information about visitation areas and times can be obtained from local Neighborhood Watch block captains.
Rapid City, SDRapid City Journal

UHRE: Racial quotas in law enforcement are emboldening offenders

Is Critical Race Theory now in use in our local Criminal Justice System? Is it because of the policies dictated by grants received by the County from the private non-profit MacArthur Foundation?. According to Mayor Allender in his recent column, there is nothing to see here. He denies that law...
Fremont, NEFremont Tribune

Vandalism reported at Midland University hall, vehicles over weekend

Midland University’s Swanson Hall of Science saw several instances of vandalism during the weekend. On Friday, a damage to property complaint was made at Midland for a broken glass door on campus around 7 a.m. Another complaint was made on Saturday shortly after noon on another broken door window. Fremont...
Peoria, ILpeoriastandard.com

2020 Parolees Recap: Who was paroled in ZIP Code 61615?

There were 17 offenders released on parole during 2020 who live near Illinois ZIP Code 61615, according to Illinois Department of Corrections data obtained by Peoria Standard. The data shows 15 men and two women were released in the Peoria zip code. The median age of the parolees was 37. The youngest parolee was a 19-year-old man convicted of a crime involving one or more weapons in 2019, and the oldest was a 52-year-old man convicted of a property crime in 2018.