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Parents of Special-Needs Boy Charged with Child Abuse: Police

The adoptive parents of an 8-year-old special-needs child were arrested by authorities in Nebraska last week on multiple counts of child abuse.

According to a statement from prosecutors, Stephen Bauer, 37, and his wife, 32-year-old Megan Finlan, withheld food from the boy, who police said was underweight for his age.

Bauer and Finlan are also accused of locking the child in his room for days, where the boy was forced to defecate and urinate on the floor. The boy also had severe bruises and his teeth were in an advanced state of decay.

The husband and wife were both charged with two counts of child abuse after officials at the boy’s school called police.

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Gold Coast teen stabbed to death in botched drug deal: police

The day after a fugitive was dramatically arrested over the alleged stabbing murder of a Queensland teenager police have claimed that the death occurred as the result of a drug deal gone wrong.

Police had to smash through the roof of a Gold Coast home to capture the 23-year-old suspect yesterday afternoon in scenes filmed by a TV news chopper.

Police will allege the stabbing, which occurred in Allawah Street on Saturday night, was the result of a botched drug deal between 16-year-old Michael Brack and the suspect.

Michael had been dropped off in the area by friends and later died on the front lawn of an Allawah street home.

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Police searching for suspects who purchased over $1000 with stolen credit card

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Police searching for suspects who purchased over $1000 with stolen credit card

The Conway Police Department reviewed a credit card fraud report that took place at the Conway Wal-mart on Church Street October 17. According to police, two unknown suspects entered Wal-Mart and used a stolen credit card to purchase more than $1000 in merchandise. Anyone with information is asked to contact Conway Police at 843-249-1790 Source: http://www.live5news.com/story/30521482/police-searching-for-suspects-who-purchased-over-1000-with-stolen-credit-card

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Panama City Police investigate credit card fraud

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Panama City Police investigate credit card fraud

Panama City Police are investigating a case involving credit card fraud, and they are asking for help from the public. Two suspects were captured on camera at a store in Panama City. If anyone has information in regards to this case, you are asked to call the Panama City Police Department at 850-872-3100 or contact Crime Stoppers at 850-785-TIPS. Source: http://www.wjhg.com/home/headlines/Panama-City-Police-investigate-credit-card-fraud-349179701.html

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Clearfield Police Warn Residents of Scams

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Clearfield Police Warn Residents of Scams

Clearfield Borough police have received a complaint about a mail fraud/scam that includes a payroll check and letter to participate in a “consumer service evaluator”” for Wal-Mart. According to police, neither the check nor the program originates from Wal-Mart. “[It] is not legitimate,” said police. Police noted that any resident who believes they have been defrauded should contact the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). Police said residents can contact the FTC online at www.ftc.gov or by phone at 1-877-FTC-HELP. They can also contact the Consumer Fraud Division of the state’s Attorney General’s Office. Police would also like to warn residents about the various scam methods being used by swindlers. Police have offered tips to help residents avoid becoming a victim of a scam. Phishing: “Phishing” is fraud method in which the swindler will send out a “legitimate-looking” e-mail in an attempt to gather personal and financial information from recipients.  It may appear to be a Wal-Mart e-mail with its logo. If the customer “falls for the bait,” police said that the swindler may get credit card numbers, pin numbers, expiration dates for credit cards, bank account numbers and Social Security Numbers. Vishing: Vishing is very similar to “phishing” but instead of […]

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Hacker jailed for eight months after attacking police, council, charity and porn websites

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Hacker jailed for eight months after attacking police, council, charity and porn websites

A jobless computer hacker was jailed today for eight months after launching a mass cyber attack on The Met Police, Tory Party and British Airways websites — from his bedroom in his parents’ house. Ian Sullivan, 51, flooded the internet servers for police forces, councils, charities and even porn sites as part of a campaign run by an international hackers’ group called Anonymous. Victims also included Merseyside Police , Trafford and Wirral councils and Crimestoppers during his five week spree, Liverpool Crown Court heard. Other sites targeted were the Bulgarian government and a political party in the oil rich West African country of Gabon, while children’s charity CAFCASS had to close for three days because of the chaos. The tech-wizard targeted official websites in revenge for his children being taken away in the late 1990s and Sullivan had ‘nursed that grievance’ for many years. He also infiltrated random sites including one featuring graphic videos of beheadings and executions related to Islamic extremism. Sullivan, who lives in his elderly parents’ semi-detached home in Farmer Place, Bootle , had admitted 21 charges of committing unauthorised acts with intent to impair the operation of or access to a computer after police from the […]

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Parlier police seek suspected child predator

Parlier police Thursday issued a warning to be on the lookout for the driver of a light-colored pickup who tried to lure two boys into his truck.

The boys, 7 and 11, were approached about 7:50 a.m. near Tuolumne and Erica avenues by a male in his 30s wearing a black cap and jacket. He promised them cookies. One of the boys took a photo of the truck. Police are working to enhance the license plate. Anyone with information is asked to call 559-646-6600.

Source: http://www.fresnobee.com/news/local/crime/article44460699.html

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Police seek to ID woman in credit card fraud case

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Police seek to ID woman in credit card fraud case

Take a close look at these photos, and then take a close look at your bank and credit card statements. A woman is going from store to store in Berks County, using stolen card numbers to buy merchandise, police said Thursday. Investigators on the case said they are seeking the public’s help in putting an end to the illegal shopping spree, with the hope that someone can identify the woman. The investigation began earlier this month when Cumru Township residents reported that their bank card numbers had been compromised and used to buy items at various merchants in Berks County. Investigators were able to obtain surveillance images of the unauthorized transactions and the woman, they said, is responsible for them. The stolen card numbers were apparently encoded onto fraudulent access device cards and then used to complete the transactions, police said. Detectives have not been able to determine how and where the numbers were compromised. Anyone with information about the case, including the woman’s identity, is asked to call Crime Alert Berks County at 877-373-9913. A cash reward is being offered for information that leads to an arrest. You can also call Cumru Township police at 610-777-9595 if your bank […]

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New Canaan police make identity theft arrest

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New Canaan police make identity theft arrest

A Hartford woman was arrested by warrant and charged with third-degree identity theft and illegal use of credit card in connection with car break-ins in July and August, according to police. Dana Vincent, 39, of Lenox Street, Hartford, was charged with two counts each of third-degree identity theft, conspiracy to commit identity theft and illegal use of a credit card. Through their investigation, police were able to obtain surveillance footage of Vincent using stolen cards. New Canaan police took Vincent into custody Oct. 27 after being contacted by Hartford police that they had detained her on New Canaan’s warrant, according to a police report. Source: http://www.stamfordadvocate.com/policereports/article/New-Canaan-police-make-identify-theft-arrest-6619224.php

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Crystal meth bust was only 900 grams, not 2kg as initially reported, clarify Phuket police

Thachadchai Police have recalled their initial report about a multi-million-baht crystal meth bust at the Thachadchai Police Station, claiming that that bust was much smaller than initially reported.

Though it was initially reported that police had seized two kilogrammes of crystal meth – which would have a street value upwards of 6 million baht – police now claim that the weight of the booty was less than half that.

Pol Lt Col Nikorn Chuthong, deputy commander of Thachadchai Police clarified that the drugs police seized early this morning from three suspects from Suratthani were concealed in two packages, which together weighed only about 900 grams.

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