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  1. crimes and misdemeanors
    Ten-Year-Old Boy Beaten to Death by Stepdad Tried Warning 911 Abdifatah Mohamud called twice to report his own abuse. 
  2. crimes and misdemeanors
    Police: Crossdressing Robber Impersonating CopHe’s crafty.
  3. crimes and misdemeanors
    Police Shooting of Kenneth Chamberlain Going to Grand Jury Four Months LaterThe killing of a White Plains man last year in his apartment is slowly gaining public attention.
  4. Crime Scenes
    Weekend Violence Still Plagues Old CityAgain violence rocks the nightlife hub.
  5. D.C. Police Clear One of Last Remaining Occupy CampsEleven occupiers were arrested.
  6. occupy wall street
    Occupy 2012Dozens of Occupy Wall Street protesters were arrested on New Year’s for trying to take back Zuccotti Park.
  7. Which Role Was Better: As Cop or As Killer?Is Dominic West better as McNulty, or as a serial killer?
  8. Police Dismantle Occupy D.C. StructureBut everything’s calm.
  9. neighborhood news
    New York Cops Frisking Like They’ve Never Frisked BeforeUp close and personal policing.
  10. Crime Scenes
    Blockley Busted For Bussing In Underage DrinkersAs many as 40 underage drinkers were caught in the bar last night.
  11. jumaane d. williams
    City Councilman Handcuffed at West Indian Day Parade [Update]A mistake, it turns out.
  12. Crime Fighting
    Band Thanks Cops with Dozens of DoughnutsDoughnuts are almost always a good idea.
  13. punk’d
    The Game Punks Compton PoliceThe rapper pulled an M.I.A. vs. Lynn Hirschberg.
  14. curfews
    Philly Teenagers Had the Least Fun Friday Night EverCops are serious about the city’s new curfew laws.
  15. london riots
    U.K. Cities See a Lull in ViolenceBlame it on the rain.
  16. stand clear of the closing doors
    Undercover Cops Pretend to Sleep on the Subway, Sell Stolen BikesBe careful, smartphone thieves.
  17. ink-stained wretches
    Report: Police Searching Offices of London’s Daily StarA rival sensationalist tabloid to the ‘News of the World’ is reportedly being investigated.
  18. police
    New Yorkers Too Worn Out by All the Police Stops to Even Bother Complaining About Them AnymoreThat’s really saying something.
  19. Mediavore
    FBI Probes L&I and Police For Alleged Extortion and Corruption; Aretha FranklinPlus: Catalan chef Santi Santamaria passed away; and a consumer group seeks a ban on the potentially carcinogenic “caramel coloring” that’s an ingredient in most sodas, all in our morning news roundup.
  20. nypd
    Fewer People Unhappy With NYC PoliceSo what will we complain about now?
  21. crimes and misdemeanors
    New York Police Are Barely Killing Anyone AnymoreOnly eight people died from police gunfire in 2010.
  22. neighborhood news
    Are We Really Supposed to Get Worked Up About Ray Kelly’s Harvard Club Expense Account?It kind of doesn’t seem like that big a deal.
  23. Cheesesteakery
    Cops Patrol Home of Geno’s Owner, Joey Vento
  24. Mediavore
    Police Officers Accused of Drinking Beer and Stealing Cash From a Northeast Bar;Plus Madonna enjoys an in flight meal from her private chef, and Starbucks and Costa coffee chains are losing traction in the UK, all in our morning news roundup.
  25. internal affairs
    Police Officer Busted for Having Impressive Amount of Sex With UnderlingAffair was conducted “in and out” of department facilities, according to very serious report.
  26. the cuddle muddle
    State Police Chief Abruptly Resigns Amid Paterson ScandalSecond law-enforcement official to step down in past week.
  27. justice
    Most Suspicious Cop Ever Nabs HOV-Lane AbuserWho else but a plastic person would wear sunglasses when it’s cloudy outside?
  28. sad things
    CD Peddler Shot and Killed by Police in Times SquareTourists scrambled as a brief gun battle blazed in the busy streets.
  29. massachusetts really screwed up this time
    ‘There Are One Million Black Men in Jail in This Country and Last Thursday I Was One of Them’Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. discusses his recent, insane arrest.
  30. odd things
    The City Is Spending $1 Million on TypewritersThey still use them in police stations. TONS of them.
  31. oh le taxi
    French Tourists Enlisted As Extras in Cab Driver’s Action Movie of the Mind“We’re going zoom, zoom, zoom.”
  32. police
    Peter Vallone Jr.: Kelly Move to Oust Reporters From NYPD HQ ‘a Step in the Wrong Direction’The chair of City Hall’s public-safety committee is worried about the police commissioner’s effort to clear reporters from “the Shack” this summer.
  33. school daze
    Police Brutality, Pepper Spray at New School Shown on VideoThis is not easy to watch.
  34. public service announcements
    Beware the Call of the Subway Emergency-Exit DoorLest you end up in jail for 28 HOURS.
  35. scary things
    New Year’s Eve in Times Square Just Got So Much More Exciting!Ring in 2009 alongside a bunch of rookie cops bearing machine guns!
  36. Crime Scenes
    Cops Be Stressin’ at DelicatessenThere was mysterious police activity at the eatery everyone loves to hate.
  37. in other news
    Cop Takes Down Peace Protester With Baton in DenverA young woman gets violently swatted during a demonstration at the Democratic National Convention.
  38. quote machine
    Jack Black Discusses the Inspiration for His Farting, Fat ‘Tropic Thunder’ CharacterPlus: Matthew McConaughey describes labor in perfect Matthew McConaughey language.
  39. tube junkie
    The Police Call It a DayThe Police played their final show at MSG last night, with singing fat lady included.
  40. agenda
    Public TV Was Made for the Police ‘Synchronicity’ TourAs the Police finish their last tour ever, revisit their last last tour ever as WLIW broadcasts one of the final shows in 1983’s Synchronicity Tour.
  41. in other news
    Mole Mugger Plagues 14th Street!A crafty thief has been snatching purses from the subway platforms and escaping into the tunnels. We’d be freaked out if it didn’t sound so cool!
  42. in other news
    Cop Beats Up Fellow Cop Over Parking-Ticket Snafu, Onlookers ApplaudRestless residents of the Bronx side with a police officer in a public tangle. Of course, it was only because he was kicking the crap out of another cop.
  43. it just happened
    Jump Pad Inflated Outside Halfway House in Boerum Hill (Updated)Someone is threatening to jump off of the roof of a halfway house there, and police have been quick to respond.
  44. it just happened
    Officers in Sean Bell Trial Acquitted of All ChargesJudge Arthur J. Cooperman declared all three officers “not guilty” this morning.
  45. cult of personality
    Varying Awesome Accounts of Naomi’s ArrestYesterday Naomi Campbell got into a little bit of trouble at the airport when she lost her temper and got fresh with the po-po. So, of course, the papers went wild. Here’s what’s been reported.
  46. in other news
    Greenwich Police Chief Disappointed That Real Police Work Not Like TVAndrew Kissel, the real-estate developer who was found tied up and stabbed to death two years ago in his Greenwich, Connecticut, home after being found guilty of fraud, probably hired his driver to kill him. Yeah. It’s actually a really dramatic, juicy story, but Greenwich detective chief David Ridberg can’t tell us about it, even though he’s dying to. But he can tell us about his TV-watching habits.
  47. the industry
    Meet ‘Terminator’ Star Sam Worthington, James Cameron’s Shia LaBeoufPlus … Pirahna in 3-D! Oh, and the Police.
  48. in other news
    The ‘Post’ Still in the Anger Stage of Dealing With Heath Ledger’s DeathWe are still several days away from finding out results of the toxicology reports being done on Heath Ledger’s body, but the New York Post is still having trouble with the fact that, as yet, there is no one to blame. Last week, we were surprised at all of the heat they brought on Mary-Kate Olsen. They put her face on the cover and claimed she was to be questioned by police (they stand by the story, but cops are now saying they won’t be speaking with the actress). Olsen is involved, as even your golden retriever must know by now, because the masseuse who found Ledger’s body mysteriously called her before calling 911. Olsen sent in her bodyguards rather than calling the police. After we and other Websites like Gawker.com pointed out the contradiction between the paper’s story and what police were saying, we were e-mailed with a blusterous comment from Post editor Col Allan, which implied that the police were “afraid” of Olsen and that’s why they wouldn’t question her. Then, they followed up on Saturday with a photo-free cover, which asked “WHY” the police weren’t questioning Olsen. There was an interior editorial that day explaining that the tabloid was receiving “dark communications” from Olsen’s lawyers, threatening them.
  49. in other news
    In Ledger Mystery, ‘Post’ Goes After Mary-Kate. Cops, Not as MuchWe’ll admit it: When we saw the cover of the Post today, we felt a little bad for Mary-Kate Olsen. Sure, it was weird that she didn’t tell her masseuse to call 911 immediately after the employee found Heath Ledger’s dead body, but everything happened quickly, and she did try to help. Why was it suddenly her responsibility to take care of things? She’s only 13 years old for Pete’s sake. The “HEAT IS ON MARY KATE” headline, followed by the “Cops to grill her in death” kicker, seemed a little aggressive. And, we’ve just found out, it’s not even true. Both Us Weekly and TMZ.com are reporting that Mary-Kate will not be questioned. “We have absolutely no interest in talking to Mary-Kate,” a police source explained today. Now, if you look closely at the Post story, buried at the bottom, another cop source said the same thing. “Law enforcement sources last night said they did not think there was anything suspicious about either [the masseuse’s] or Olsen’s conduct,” their story said. So the heat, technically, was not on her at any time. Except, of course, from the Post. Police Source: Mary-Kate Olsen Will Not Be Grilled Over Heath Ledger Calls [Us Weekly] Mary-Kate Story Bogus [TMZ.com]
  50. in other news
    Heath Ledger: Covering the Coverage (Updated)Today’s coverage of Heath’s Ledger’s death doesn’t answer many more of the questions that his fans are asking one another. Police are no longer touting suicide as the cause, and his family has declared it was an accident. Looking through the stories, blog posts, and online videos, though, provides a telling peek into the way the actor affected people, and how no one quite knows how to handle his death. • According to some police sources, Heath’s ex-girlfriend Michelle Williams kicked him out of their shared Brooklyn home because of a drug problem “that got worse after he left.” Williams, the mother of their 2-year-old child, Matilda, has said she is “devastated.” [NYDN] • The masseuse who discovered the body didn’t first call the police; she called the actress Mary-Kate Olsen, another client. Olsen told her to immediately call the authorities. [PageSix.com]
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