Billy The Kid’s Pardon

Billy the Kid’s Pardon

New Mexico governor, Bill Richardson, has mere hours left to decide whether or not to pardon “Billy the Kid” in the killing of a sheriff.  The case dates back to 1881…so why the New Year’s Eve deadline you may ask?…

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Sherlock Holmes And Forensics

Sherlock Holmes and Forensics

Sherlock Holmes and forensics had a connection. Sherlock Holmes was a fictitious detective who is thought to have been born in the mid to late 19th century though his true birth year can be attributed to 1887 when Scottish author Sir Arthur…

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In a Jam

Nineteen year old Adam Cooper decided to make some extra money on the side when he got hired to clean the vents of a grocery store.  Cooper, after an honest day's work cleaning, snuck back into the vent system at…

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Stick to Your Day Job

Many young people dream of becoming police officers, however most attend an academy before patrolling the streets. Jose Santiago decided to take a short cut to living out his dream of patrolling the streets by purchasing a Crown Victoria Police Interceptor, which…

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Don’t Copy This Crime…

Paul Callahan had a mission- to rob a bank. After walking past a row of Fleet Bank ATMs, he carefully selected his target and entered the building. The suspect did not appear overtly suspicious, except for his gardening gloves as an…

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