The lesson here is to recognize that safety and danger lie in opposition to each other—so long as we have a proper understanding of what danger is.
The 911 audio revealed a brief moment of silence, followed by tiny cries and the chief saying, “We have a baby!”
The family of Marcy Borders said she suffered from numerous health problems after the attack, and became consumed with addiction, anxiety and depression.
The accidental call let authorities hear his plans and led them right to Scott Esser, who is suspected of several area burglaries.
A tourist from Texas was arrested over the weekend for carrying two loaded handguns at the Sept. 11 memorial in New York City.
The dispatcher apparently became irritated when the frantic caller started cursing, so he told her, “You know what ma’am? You can deal with it yourself,” and hung up the phone.
The 82-year-old woman, who can barely walk even with a walker, managed to get back to her house to call 911 after being raped, but called a second time nearly three hours later asking if she could take a shower after officers failed to show up.
Stephen Ray Robinson is accused of sexually assaulting two elderly women, the most recent an 82-year-old woman who waited over three hours for police to arrive after placing a 911 call.
Police said the types of items found are typical of sexual predators and serial killers.
Isn’t it fair that we expand the open carry and concealed carry debate to include those in military uniform while on US soil? I think so.