Indonesia: Mother Allegedly Kills Daughter with Broomstick over Online Schoolwork

Police near Jakarta, Indonesia, have arrested a couple over the death of their daughter. The mother said she killed the first-grader because the child would not listen to her instructions for online learning at home during the coronavirus pandemic.

Fourth Officer Dies After Crash Allegedly Caused by DACA Illegal Alien

A fourth law enforcement official has died following a July drunk driving crash allegedly caused by an illegal alien who was allowed to remain in the United States on former President Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.

$8K Reward Offered for Man Who Allegedly Slashed Florida Cop's Neck

Police in Jacksonville, Florida, offered a reward of $8,000 for information leading to the identification and arrest of a man who allegedly slashed the neck of a police officer during a protest on May 30. Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office officials say the man pictured in their poster struck one of their officers repeatedly in the back of the head and then cut his neck with an as yet unidentified object. The injury required treatment at a local hospital.

Gang of 19 Kids Allegedly Stole 46 Cars over Two Months

Police are investigating a series of break-ins at local auto dealerships in or near Winston-Salem, North Carolina, after a group of 19 juveniles ranging in age between six and 16 allegedly stole nearly 50 cars worth more than a million dollars over the past two months.

Democrat Madeleine Dean Hit with Ethics Complaint for Allegedly Misusing State Campaign Funds for Congressional Race

Nonpartisan ethics watchdog Americans for Public Trust (APT) filed a complaint against Rep. Madeleine Dean (D-PA), contending that the Pennsylvania Democrat allegedly violated federal election law and House ethics rules by using donations for a state race for her congressional race, which reportedly violates FEC contribution rules.