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A 12-year-old boy who had his bike stolen received a wonderful surprise from some police officers in Hartford, Connecticut.

When Naz Harding and his mother reported that his bicycle had been stolen, the police officers did a lot more than just take a report.

Police felt so bad for the young boy when they heard about his bike being stolen. So they went out and purchased him a brand new bike and helmet.

The teen and his mother were overcome with surprise and emotion when the officers delivered the new bike to the family's home.

Both mom and son were truly thankful. They said the police officers went above and way beyond of what is expected of them.

Police are currently investigating the theft.
After a year of dedicated fundraising, 9-year-old Wyatt gave close to $1,400 to the Police & Working K-9 Foundation.

It all started when his teacher gave the classroom a project. The teacher challenged the kids to come up with an idea that would "leave the world a better place."

His mission was personal to him. His grandfather was a retired police officer who served with the San Francisco police dog unit.

After talking to his grandfather, he learned that his grandfather's dog use to go to work without a vest.

In addition to doing something terrific for the K-9 Police dogs, Wyatt received the wonderful honor of being on the 2017 Cover Your K-9 Ambassador.
Reverend Al Sharpton has teamed up with a group of Chicago ministers to press the Justice Department oversight of the Chicago Police Department.

Following the Laquan McDonald police shooting, Sharpton's group are seeking to put pressure on U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions for a court imposed consent decree to manage the Chicago police reform.

Sharpton stated we all want the shooting to stop in Chicago, it just needs to be fair and just for both sides. "You cannot have it both ways. You must fight criminal behavior whether the criminal has on blue jeans or a blue uniform," Sharpton said. "A criminal is a criminal and ought to be treated like that."
Cosmo Dinardo who was arrested by police, has confessed to killing four men who were missing for days and burying their bodies.

In exchange for avoiding the death penalty, 20-year-old Dinardo admitted to the killings and told authorities where the bodies were buried on his family farm owned property.

"I'm sorry," DiNardo said as he left the courthouse.

Police said 19-year-old Jimi Patrick had gone missing last Wednesday. 22-year-old Mark Sturgis, 21-year-old Thomas and 19-year-old Dean Finocchiaro all went missing since Friday.

Authorities caught a break in the case when they arrested DiNardo on Wednesday and charged with stealing and trying to sell a vehicle owned by one of the victims.
Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh said the city has voted to improve the Police Department's old technology.

Mayor Pugh said it's big disappointment that Baltimore is considerably behind most of large cities around the country when it comes to crime fighting technology.

The mayor stated the department is going to improve in all aspects with the technological upgrades. With the new crime control technology, the communication between police officers will help solve crimes a lot quicker and can improve faster response times on the streets.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Officer Phillip Barker, 24, has been charged with hitting and killing a person with his patrol car.

According to authorities the incident happened around 3 a.m., Saturday morning. They said on-duty Officer Barker was allegedly driving around 100 mph in a 30 mph zone. Meanwhile, James Short was walking across the road against a red light when he was hit by Officer Barker.

Officer Barker has stated that his lights and sirens were on at the time of the accident.

"It’s not an easy decision to make. But looking through the laws the compelling factor was the speed," said CMPD Chief Kerr Putney.

Officer Phillip Barker has since been put on administrative leave without pay. He has been charged with misdemeanor death by vehicle, and is set to appear in court early August.
Officials on the Oakland City council's public safety committee have voted unanimously to take away the police department's authorization to take part in task forces that are directed through the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency.

"Tangling local law enforcement with ICE is a threat to civil rights and safety of all people," stated a representative of the ACLU of Northern California.

Deputy Chief Daniel Outlaw responding by saying the task forces working with federal agencies are essential to support solving significant crimes in the city of Oakland.
Alto Turner pleaded guilty to three separate charges for two separate events during his appearance in Mercer County Superior Court.

The 25-year old confessed to attacking his former girlfriend and also resisting arrest by running from law enforcement in January. He also confessed to making an attempt to cash a $5,000 check he forged.

The prosecutor proposed that Turner should serve 364 days in the county jail, and also serve one probation sentence. He also suggested that Turner pay restitution that is owed to the victims. According to officials, the judge accepted the proposal.
The body of a 29-year old woman has been discovered inside a cardboard box. Police found the victim in the back of a Lincoln Navigator.

Dinuba Police found the victim while investigating 911 calls of gunfire and a stabbing.

Police arrested Jose Anthony Rodriguez, 37, in connection to the stabbing.

Authorities stated the victim that was found in the box is related to Rodriguez.

Police are currently investigating. No other details have been released. Please check back for updates.
A California woman has been sentenced to thirteen years for her sickening role in running a prostitution ring.

18-year-old Jelinajane Bedrijo Almario was found guilty on human trafficking, threatening emails to the girls families and making several terrorist threats.

Almario would post photos of the young girls on several websites. When someone responded to the post, she would drive the girls to a local motel.

Police said they were able to detain Almario after one of the parents searching for her daughter received threatening text messages from Almario.

According to authorities, the girls were between the ages of fourteen and fifteen.
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