NEW YORK – The bodies of four men were discovered at a park at Lowell Ave. and Clinton St. in Central Islip, Long Island early Thursday.
The brother of the infamous Cocaine Cowboy Augusto Falcon was arrested in Florida Wednesday after spending 26 years evading an indictment that accused him of smuggling cocaine into the U.S.
On Tuesday, Brazil and Europol signed a strategic agreement to work more closely together to combat cyber-crime and other cross-border crime.
The Chicago judge who ordered a suspect in the killings of singer Jennifer Hudson’s family held without bail was found shot to death on Monday, according to a report.
Police in Wisconsin ramped up security at local churches on Sunday as the manhunt continued for a 32-year-old fugitive who is accused of stealing more than a dozen weapons from a gun store and mailing an anti-government manifesto to President Donald Trump.
Italian authorities on Sunday captured a fugitive Mexican former governor charged with drug smuggling, bank fraud, racketeering and money laundering, are expected to extradite him to Mexico over the next few days.
The boss of one of the world’s biggest corporations was placed under secret surveillance as part of a pan-European corruption investigation into the way the firm paid $1.3 billion for an oil block in Nigeria, explosive documents leaked to Finance Uncovered reveal.
Madrid – A Russian computer programmer, Pyotr Levashov, has been arrested in the Spanish city of Barcelona, a spokesman for the Russian embassy in Madrid said on Sunday.
Johannesburg – For two-and-a-half years the Incognito Bandit kept one step ahead of the law as he single-handedly robbed US bank after US bank, his face hidden by a disguise.
WRENTHAM, Mass. – The FBI is warning people across the country to beware of a growing scam called “virtual kidnapping.”