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

Crime

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.

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23/9/2018

Video shared on social media appears to show Joandrea McAtee letting three students, 11, 13, and 17, take turns driving her school bus.

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23/9/2018

Barnsley’s history involves crimes that still fascinate and disturb many to this day – and not all are murders. F…https://t.co/mcrsOEUF85

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22/9/2018

Sacramento Police Chief Daniel Hahn announced the arrest of the man investigators believe is the "NorCal Rapist."

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22/9/2018

At first her death was believed to be a suicide since a note was found on the scene. However, investigators later determined someone had staged the crime scene.

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22/9/2018

Follow the case of two Pennsylvania girls who grew up as best friends and eventually became lovers, and how everyth…https://t.co/ghbAuoMOgP

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22/9/2018

Terry Carter's family shared details in an exclusive interview during the high-profile murder case of former rap mogul Marion "Suge" Knight.

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22/9/2018

Hospital staff told investigators the 6-year-old boy had multiple injuries consistent with being whipped by an extension cord, and the boy appeared to have been abused for quite some time, with new injuries and older injuries that had healed.

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22/9/2018

CAPTURED: Daniel Hiers, a former Charleston police officer accused of killing his wife, has been captured in China after 13 years on the run.Hiers, who was living there under an assumed name, is reportedly in custody in Shanghai.

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21/9/2018

The 18-month-old girl’s hair was pulled out at the day care center in March. The victim’s mother said she was originally told by an employee that another child had pulled out her daughter’s hair.

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21/9/2018

A happy, vibrant 62-year-old husband dies from poisoning, and his wife of two years is the main suspect. The recipe for death sets this case apart.

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21/9/2018

The officers knocked on the door at the wrong house, but no one answered. They then used a device to open the door and were met with the father armed with a shotgun, who fired, striking two officers.

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21/9/2018

The victim testified that Nicholas Deon Thrash molested her at least 15 times, leaving her pregnant at age 10. The girl gave birth at age 11. Thrash will serve a minimum of 132 years.

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21/9/2018

Authorities say the incidents started the summer after the woman was the victim's student teacher at the middle school. The school spoke to the victim about it and the victim denied that anything was going on.

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21/9/2018

Witnesses say a woman stabbed three female infants with a butcher knife and a meat cleaver. A 1-month-old and a 3-day-old baby were stabbed in the stomach. A 20-day-old was stabbed in the ear, chin and mouth, said police. The father of one of the children tried to intervene and was stabbed in the leg, police said.

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21/9/2018

The 2-month-old daughter was born at home and never received any medical attention, and weighed 4 pounds, 11 ounces, showing several “deficiencies and abnormalities.”The couple’s two other children have also suffered from malnourishment. The children were taken from their parents’ custody.

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21/9/2018

A 42-year-old woman Pennsylvania woman is locked up in jail without bond, accused of poisoning her 2-year-old son’s sippy cup.

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21/9/2018

The man was also seen stuffing a pair of undergarments in his pocket while he was supposed to be conducting repairs on the 3- and 5-year-old girls' bedroom. The footage was captured by a Nest camera perched on one of their cribs.

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21/9/2018

Several people in the neighborhood have reportedly called the sheriff's office about their neighbor doing yard work in the nude, but deputies said as long as the man is not touching himself inappropriately, there is nothing they can do about it.