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  • crimewatchdaily
    18 October 2017

    Everyone was able to escape the sinking vehicle, but her son was left behind. Police arrived on the scene and extricated the boy from the vehicle. He was taken to a local hospital where he remains in critical condition in a medically-induced coma.

  • crimewatchdaily
    17 October 2017

    "He told us that he had stabbed the child, and to put the child out of its misery, he suffocated the child until the child expired."

  • crimewatchdaily
    17 October 2017

    Do you think the mother who spent 7 days in jail for refusing to vaccinate her son got a fair sentence? Misty Marris and Bob Bianchi of The Bianchi Law Group, LLC discuss for Wild About Trial.

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  • crimewatchdaily
    17 October 2017

    She told deputies she sat on Dericka Lindsay as discipline "for being out of control."

  • crimewatchdaily
    17 October 2017

    "I've seen girls' faces turn purple. Have you ever seen the life leave someone's eyes?" The man who allegedly said this is tied to two murders that took place nearly a decade apart.

  • crimewatchdaily
    17 October 2017

    One man says he knows the Springfield Three are dead, but won't explain how he knows this until his mother passes away (3/3) FIND - Springfield's Three Missing Women

  • crimewatchdaily
    17 October 2017

    A teen's relationship with a grave robber comes into focus after she vanishes along with her friend and mother (2/3). Story: Kim Goldman

  • crimewatchdaily
    17 October 2017

    A flustered dog. Neatly lined up purses. A clean bed. A shattered lamppost and an unusual parking job. When three women vanish, there aren't any major red flags until a box of cigarettes is discovered and suggests the worst has happened (1/3).

  • crimewatchdaily
    17 October 2017

    According to affidavits, she had a child under the age of 5 in tow when making the drug deal.

  • crimewatchdaily
    17 October 2017

    A statement of probable cause indicates one witness saw the man encircle the 10-year-old’s neck with a football jersey, causing the boy’s face to change color and making him struggle to breathe.

  • Tonight at 10pm, Scott Pterson stands trial for the murder of his wife. https://t.co/fhcIrVpb8I

  • crimewatchdaily
    17 October 2017

    Authorities say the infant had been in the foster home for about 24 hours when the abuse occurred.

  • crimewatchdaily
    17 October 2017

    Officers said a nurse told them they saw a maggot crawl out of one of the victim’s genitals. The nurse also told officers there were feces in one of the infant’s ears and the children looked like skeletons.

  • crimewatchdaily
    17 October 2017

    They found three small, white pills later identified as Clonazapam, a schedule 4 controlled substance, hidden in a small plastic bag inside her vagina.

  • crimewatchdaily
    17 October 2017

    Prosecutors said the birds were individually wrapped and placed in the suitcases under “horrific conditions” in a way “that allowed each bird little or no movement.”

  • This is a death-row trial. A man's life is at stake. https://t.co/75ZSFtHa0f

  • crimewatchdaily
    17 October 2017

    She admits to decades of pilfering with pleasure, taking millions of dollars-worth of jewelry, so CBS46 asked the question many are thinking: why?

  • crimewatchdaily
    17 October 2017

    The prosecutor said the couple beat Gabriel, bit him, burned him with cigarettes, whipped him, shot him with a B.B. gun, starved him, fed him cat litter, and kept him gagged and bound in this cubby until he was found on May 22, 2013.

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  • crimewatchdaily
    17 October 2017

    Authorities said they are still investigating the incident but it appears the father is also a 13-year-old, reports WBRZ Channel 2.

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Crime news is good news if don't see your name in court reports or in headlines.

Reality is what it is and, unfortunately, as long as there are people, there will be crimes committed. This channel is dedicated to delivering crime news. Whether a crime entails someone breaking the law or violating boundaries that should not be crossed, chances are, many court reports arrive in the form of news. Even dumb criminals, pulling stupid stunts often make the news.

This Crime News channel will bring the news to you. Some days will be more active than others. The type of news, variety, and depth all depend on what people say and how they act in society. Crime is about people who aren’t very nice or respectful toward other people or laws.

Some just seek to push things to see how far they can get, but find themselves crossing the line into unlawful behavior. You will read about crime and criminals on this channel.

Crime is only limited by the human imagination translated into action. Once a thought leaves a person’s mind and takes shape through human behavior, an element of criminal conduct is born. Some people steal from their friends and their neighbors. Others rob banks. More aggressive and brazen behaviors lead to more serious acts such as armed robberies, rapes, and murder.

Whether it’s blue collar or white collar crime makes no difference here. Crime is crime and this channel will carry the news to you. Some news will undoubtedly evoke a tear or a few, anger, or a need to know more. There is always something that can be learned as a result of others’ behaviors. You may walk away wanting to do something, to take action, to want answers, or to change society for the better. Any response is a natural reaction as long as it helps and not hurts one another.

Crime news is not necessarily bad news: People have been moved by the news to work toward crime prevention, to offer victims’ assistance, to turn emotion into community advocacy, and to stand up for strengthening laws on the books. The takeaway from this Crime News channel will be one constant: It’s always good news if your name is not in the news. That will remain a plus.

Whether it’s innate curiosity, a desire to know more, or a need to help others following acts you read about others committing, the Crime News channel is here for you. This is one way and one place where you won’t have to worry if you laugh at someone else’s expense. There are intelligent criminals, but it’s the ones who are less than stellar who may make you smile. Subscribing to the Crime News channel is open and inviting you to share with your friends, too. The philosophy of the Crime News channel is the more subscribers, the merrier.