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‘Cannibal Cop’ Busted in New York After Plotting to Cook Women

Gilberto Valle's taste for human flesh has landed him in hot water.

The 28-year-old New York City police officer allegedly used law enforcement databases to compile a detailed digital file of 100 women whom he planned to "kidnap, rape, kill, cook and eat."

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Subway Sandwich Artist Foils Robbery, Throws Soup At Thief in Ghost Mask

Thanks to the seasonal boom in masks and disguises, Halloween is prime time for criminals. That is, unless they tangle with the wrong sandwich slinger...

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Amarillo Woman Files Lawsuit Against Stanley Marsh 3 For Soliciting Sex From Teen Using Drugs, Cash, and Cars

If you are from the Amarillo area you have probably heard the name Stanley Marsh III.  He is mostly known as the Amarillo millionaire that does weird things around town including planting a row of Cadillacs nose down in a field just West of town.  Well an Amarillo mom just filed a lawsuit against him for soliciting sex from her teenage son using drugs, alcohol, cash and cars.

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Thief Made $70,000 a Week Crawling on Movie-Theater Floors — Dollars and Sense

It took some serious slithering, but Anthony Johnson was able to steal as much as $70,000 a week from unsuspecting movie-theater patrons.

According to an accomplice who turned on him, Johnson would purchase a ticket for a movie that women were likely to see. Then he and a female partner would crawl around on the floor of the dark theater, plundering the purses sitting at the ladies' feet.

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Tyler Woman Being Sought For Impersinating Officer & Robbing People

TYLER, Texas (AP) — Police in East Texas are investigating at least two cases in which a woman flashed a badge, lied about being an officer and robbed someone.

Tyler police have appealed to the public for help in identifying the suspect, who was not in uniform

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Federal Appeals Court Refused To Stop Texas Man’s Execution

HOUSTON (AP) — A federal appeals court has refused to stop this week's execution of a Houston man for gunning down a police sergeant more than 12 years ago.

A three-judge panel of the 5th U

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US Getting Flooded With Potent Meth From Mexico

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Mexican drug cartels are quietly filling the void in the nation's drug market created by the long effort to crack down on American-made methamphetamine, flooding U.S. cities with cheap, potent meth from factorylike "superlabs

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Mislabeled Evidence Finally Reveals Suspect In Houston Rape Case

HOUSTON (AP) — Investigators in Houston say a correction to a mislabeled rape kit has led to a suspect identified in the 2003 sexual assault of an elderly woman.

Harris County District Attorney Pay Lykos said Wednesday that a DNA sample from Wesley Bernard Gordon was not registered in a law enforcement database until 2008

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Assault Suspect Shot & Killed In Houston

HOUSTON (AP) — A Houston officer has fatally shot a suspect who allegedly beat some neighbors and then refused to cooperate with police.

Police spokesman John Cannon says the shooting happened early Thursday

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Dallas Mother Beats Daughter & Glues Her To Wall Over Potty Training Problems

DALLAS (AP) — A Texas woman who admitted to beating her 2-year-old daughter and gluing her hands to a wall is to be sentenced.

Elizabeth Escalona pleaded guilty July 12 to injury to a child

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