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Police Jailed Innocent Woman for 53 Days, Mixed Up Names [VIDEO]

Teresa Culpepper wasn’t surprised to see the police at her door. The Atlanta woman had called them to report her truck stolen, but when they arrested her for assault instead, she was terribly confused.

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Why Was NY Bus Driver Fired for Helping Stranded Police Officers? [VIDEO]

A Long Island school bus driver who rescued three stranded police officers has been fired. The reason? His actions violated company policy.

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Amarillo Police Looking For Suspect In Rape Dating Back 20 Years

Amarillo Police have reopened a 20 year old rape case. After years clues might end up leading to a closed case.

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Grand Jury Deliberates On Downtown Shooting In Amarillo

Police involved in a downtown shooting on Polk Street in Amarillo were evaluated by a grand jury in Potter Country on Wednesday. It is expected that they will be found having done 'no wrong doing'.

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Motocross Star Illegally Pulls Over Police Car

Nobody likes being pulled over by the cops, so imagine the surprise on one police officer's face when he was pulled to the side of the road -- by a civilian.

That happened this week after Motocross champ James 'Bubba' Stewart flipped on his faux red-and-blue police lights, signaling the undercover Chevy Silverado in front of him to pull over.

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Price of Taco Bell Burrito Sparks Shootout

Ricardo Jones was angry that the price of a Taco Bell Beefy Crunch Burrito had gone from 99 cents to a $1.49. How angry? Well, it took tear gas and a SWAT team to finally calm him down.

In Jones's defense, he had ordered seven Beefy Crunch Burritos from a Taco Bell drive-through window in San Antonio, Texas. So whe

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Parents Arrested For Trying To Scare Daughter By Leaving her at Police Station (FT. IMAGE)
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Parents Arrested For Trying To Scare Daughter By Leaving her at Police Station

Annette Gerhardt's daughter Enalya had been misbehaving, so she decided to scare the 6-year-old by taking her to the local police station and telling her that this is where bad girls end up.

But when the Staten Island, New York woman tried to get the police officers to play along, she was the one who got the fright.

Annette and her fiance Gerardo, who was also in on the ruse, were both arrested for misdemeanor child endangerment once they left their daughter in the station. Police suspect they may have been actually trying to ditch their child, and only pretended it was a scare tactic after they were arrested.

Read on to hear their story.

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