Crime

Update: Chicago, Englewood standoff ends with 1 dead, police captain wounded

UPDATE: A police standoff that began in Englewood with the attempted arrest of a shooting spree suspect ended six hours later with one man dead, the suspect in custody and a high-ranking officer recovering from a head wound, officials said. Capt. Edward Kulbida, 58, and with the department for nearly 30 years, was in serious…

Mexican Drug Cartel Members Beat Texan to Death after Kidnapping and Torturing Him

HOUSTON, Texas — An American citizen was beaten to death by drug cartel members while another barely managed to survive the kidnapping and torture just south of the Texas border. The two men have been identified as 38-year-old Erick Candanoza, and 25-year-old Carlos Vela Moreno, who are from the border city of Brownsville and were…

UPS Employee Steals $160.000 Diamond and Trades it for $20.00 Worth of Weed

PHOENIX – A one-time UPS worker is accused of stealing a package containing a $160,000 diamond, and trading the valuable jewel for $20 worth of marijuana. Walter Earl Morrison, 20, was working for UPS while unloading a plane in the cargo section of Sky Harbor Airport when he stuffed a package under his shirt, according…

3 Catholic Nuns Raped and Murdered, One Beheaded

The Vatican Monday mourned the brutal murders of three elderly Italian nuns in their convent in Burundi in two separate attacks. According to reports on the Italian state wire agency ANSA, the three missionaries were raped and had their throats slit. One was reportedly decapitated. The bodies of two nuns, Sister Olga Raschietti, 75, and…

Chicago Shootings Now Average 40 a Week

Chicago residents are constantly reminded by Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy and the local media who provides their cover, that the crime rate for the city is down. However, the Chicago Police Department’s own accounting shows shooting incidents are now up 3% for 2014. HeyJackass.com, a website that compiles real-time crime data in…