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Daily Archives: October 1, 2014

Woman attacked by fake cop operating unmarked car with emergency lights in broad daylight

Maryland State Police officials advise citizens that if stopped and approached by a person you do not believe is a police officer, lock your doors and do not lower your window further than a crack. Request that the individual show you a badge and a photo ID card. If you are still suspicious, you can also request the officer request an officer in uniform respond to your location.

Northern Va. Police Beat: Gunwoman wanted cash on her pizza

Fairfax Police say that on Monday September 29, 2014 at approximately 9:09 pm, a woman entered the Vocelli Pizza restaurant, displayed a handgun and demanded money. The suspect took cash and fled on foot. The suspect was described as a white or Hispanic female, in her 20s, 5 feet 3 to 5 feet 5 inches tall and a thin build. The suspect was wearing all dark clothing.

Robber slashed woman who refused to hand over her money

The investigation revealed that the adult female victim was walking in the area of the apartment complex when she was approached by the suspect, who demanded money. When she refused, the suspect knocked her to the ground and attacked her with a knife. A passing citizen observed the attack and called police. The suspect fled on foot towards the apartment complex. Arriving officers rendered first aid to the victim, who was gravely injured, but who is now stabilized and expected to survive.

G-Men put the brakes on Pakistani running tracking App for domestic abusers and stalkers suspecting love-cheats

This is the first-ever criminal case concerning the advertisement and sale of a mobile device spyware app. Marketing for the app targeted people suspicious that their spouses or romantic partners might be cheating on them.

“Apps like StealthGenie are expressly designed for use by stalkers and domestic abusers who want to know every detail of a victim’s life—all without the victim’s knowledge,” said Leslie Caldwell, assistant attorney general of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division.