Crime & Law Enforcement

Incompetent University of Central Florida Let Gunman Stay in Dorm Over 2 Months After Eviction Date

March 18, 2013

“Seevakumaran had not paid tuition or his housing bill for the spring semester, which began on January 7, but had not yet been evicted, university spokesman Grant Heston said.”

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University of Central Florida Attempted Gunman Identified As 30 Year-Old James Oliver Seevakumaran

March 18, 2013

“A former student of the University of Central Florida shot and killed himself early on Monday in a dormitory apartment where police found guns, four bombs and writings suggesting he had been planning a campus attack, authorities said.”

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Police: University of Central Florida Drop-Out Planned to Attack Campus With Guns and Bombs

March 18, 2013

“Notes and writings found in the dorm room indicate that Seevakumaran had a timeline of violence planned, university Police Chief Richard Beary said. No specific individuals were named as targets and he was acting alone, according to preliminary investigations.”

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FBI Arrests Bo Jiang, a Chinese Scientist Working For a NASA Contractor, While Attempting to Flee to China

March 18, 2013

“He made Jiang’s name public for the first time last week during a subcommittee hearing where he also charged that Jiang had taken “voluminous sensitive” NASA documents back to China on a trip in 2012.”

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Suicide Leads to Discovery of Guns and Explosives at a University of Central Florida Dormitory

March 18, 2013

“The Orange County Sheriff’s Office and the FBI are assisting the UCF Police Department with the investigation. The Sheriff’s Office’s bomb squad is on campus to examine the IEDs found at the scene, UCF said.”

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Canadian Prison Break: Two Prisoners Break Out of Quebec Prison and Hijack a Helicopter

March 17, 2013

“An hour after the escape, police found the helicopter 85km north-west of the jail in the Mont Tremblant area, with the uninjured pilot still on board. Police said they were looking for a “suspicious vehicle” and were focusing their search on the area around Lake Argile.”

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Both Police Involved in Kimani Gray Shooting Named in Federal Lawsuits Alleging Civil Rights Violations

March 17, 2013

“Sgt. Mourad Mourad racked up three suits while he was a plainclothes cop on Staten Island, and Officer Jovaniel Cordova racked up two at Brooklyn’s 70th Precinct — all alleging various civil rights violations including illegal stop and search and false arrest.”

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U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Pleads Guilty in Afghanistan Corruption and Bribery Case

March 17, 2013

“Long, 30, had pleaded guilty to stealing at least $1 million and shipping the cash in hundred-dollar bills to the U.S. in the guts of hollowed-out VCR players.”

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Judge Finds Two Steubenville, Ohio, H.S. Football Players Guilty on Rape Charges

March 17, 2013

“Mays was sentenced to a minimum of two years in a juvenile correctional facility. Richmond was sentenced to a minimum of one year, but like Mays could be in detention until he is 21.”

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Teammates Testify Witnessing Two Steubenville, Ohio, High School Football Players Committing Sexual Acts

March 16, 2013

“A third witness, a friend of the defendants who was also granted immunity, said he saw both defendants making sexual contact with her while she appeared to be passed out, naked and face down on a basement floor.”

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Judge Grants Immunity to 3 Teenagers in Steubenville, Ohio, Rape Case Involving High School Football Players

March 16, 2013

“Mark Cole, Evan Westlake and Anthony Craig invoked their Fifth Amendment right against testifying for fear of self-incrimination as the trial in Steubenville entered its third day.”

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Staunch Opponent of Medical Marijuana New York Assemblyman Steve Katz (R) Arrested for Pot Possession

March 16, 2013

“State police said that a suspicious odor was noticed in Assemblyman Steve Katz’s vehicle when they pulled him over for driving around 80 mph in a 75 mph zone at around 10 a.m. Thursday morning.”

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Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley (D) to Sign Law Repealing Death Penalty

March 15, 2013

“The House of Delegates voted 82-56 to repeal Maryland’s death penalty on Friday, making the state the sixth in as many years to abolish executions and delivering a major legislative victory to Gov. Martin O’Malley.”

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Thomson Reuters Social Media Editor Indicted For Conspiring With Anonymous to Hack a Tribune Website in 2010

March 14, 2013

“Keys, 26, who once worked at Fox 40 in Sacramento, was charged with three hacking-related counts and faces up to 10 years in prison for the December 2010 attack.”

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Upstate New York Police Kill Suspect in Shootout Who Killed 4 and Wounded 2 in a Barbershop

March 14, 2013

“The suspected gunman, identified as Kurt Myers, 64, was killed in a shootout with police and FBI agents at a building in Herkimer, New York, where he had barricaded himself the previous day, New York State Police Superintendent Joseph D’Amico said.”

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