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Published on Dec 23, 2013
The scandals keep piling up for one of the largest law enforcement agencies in the US. Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca had to admit that his department gave preferential treatment when hiring dozens deputies. Some of the deputies had troubling criminal histories. Then there are the 18 deputies facing federal charges for abuse in the jail system. RT’s Ramon Galindo explains the litany of problems LA County’s top cop is facing.
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Photo: Creature Track? SOURCE WDRB
Posted: Dec 12, 2012 10:26 PM ESTUpdated: Dec 13, 2012 11:11 AM EST
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — A mystery in Shelby County has people on high alert.
Something is on the prowl, attacking animals and leaving them for dead.
People say a creature attacked six goats — five of which had to be put down — and four calves in the past couple weeks. . . . Read Complete Report
No One Injured During Mythbusters Experiment Gone Awry
By the way, I hate it when reporters misuse words like “impale“. “Perforated” is so much more accurate in this case…
POSTED: 10:36 am EST December 7, 2011
UPDATED: 10:46 am EST December 7, 2011
The Discovery Channel’s
“MythBusters” may be a TV hit, but the show can also check off “nearby house” from its list of targeted ambitions. Authorities in Alameda County, Calif., said a projectile fired during an experiment by the show’s cast at an area firing range accidentally missed its intended target and struck a home and a car
in a nearby neighborhood, KNTV reported.According to the TV station, the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office said the cannonball pierced the wall of the home and exited through the other side damaging a vehicle
To read the rest of this KNYV/WRTV story click HERE
Time to increase the travel budget and head to the Chocolate Mountains firing ranges…