Two former employees at a New Jersey daycare center are accused of encouraging fights among young children, calling it a “fight club” and recording the clashes on video, prosecutors said on Tuesday
Click the photo above to see the full story!
My name is Madi Carbert. I was born in Jacksonville Florida then moved to Ashland Kentucky for high school where I graduated from Paul G Blazer. I am a Junior at the University of Kentucky. I am majoring in Psychology and minoring in Criminology. My future goals are to attend the University of Kentucky School of Law and become a criminal prosecutor. At UK, I am member of Delta Delta Delta, which allows me to get very involved in the community and gives me multiple opportunities to raise money for our philanthropy, St. Jude. I am very excited to have the position as an intern in this office. I strongly believe that it will give me valuable experience that I will be able to use in my future.
KENTUCKY CLERK JAILED FOR REFUSING TO ISSUE MARRIAGE LICENSES. ASHLAND, Ky. — A Kentucky county clerk was found in contempt of court Thursday for her refusal to issue marriage licenses in wake of the Supreme Court decision to allow gays to wed.
U.S. District Court Judge David Bunning placed Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis in the custody of U.S. marshals until she complies.
Click the photo above to see the full USA TODAY story!
PEMBROKE PINES, Fla. (AP) – The Arby’s restaurant chain is apologizing after an employee at a South Florida location refused to serve a police officer.
Pembroke Pines Police Chief Dan Giustino says the Atlanta-based company’s chief executive officer and senior vice president of operations contacted him Wednesday afternoon, just hours after Giustino publicly announced the slight against one of his officers.
Arby’s also put out a news release saying the company respects and supports police and that disciplinary action would be taken.
An incident report says a police sergeant attempted to order at the Arby’s drive-thru, about 20 miles north of Miami, Tuesday evening. A manager explained the drive-thru worker didn’t want to serve her because she was a police officer. The manager ordered the employee to serve the sergeant, but after that, she said she no longer felt comfortable eating the food.
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) A Laurel County man arrested in Lexington, after police say he caused a deadly crash in Tennessee, is back in the Volunteer state.
Deputies in Tennessee say they drove to Kentucky, to take Benjamin Brewer to Chattanooga.
He is charged with six counts of vehicular homicide.
In June, police say his tractor trailer crashed into multiple cars on Interstate 75 in Chattanooga, killing six people.
After a grand jury indicted him, U.S. marshals and police, tracked him down in Lexington last month.
CLICK PHOTO TO READ MORE
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — One by one, six Baltimore police officers will face trial for Freddie Gray’s in custody death. Protestors now renewing their calls for justice as the case moves forward.
CLICK PHOTO TO READ MORE
If you’re looking for something to be outraged about today, you’ve just found it. You’re welcome.
The Pembroke Police Department in Pembroke Pines, Florida released a statement this morning that one of its officers had been denied service at a local Arby’s… because she was a cop. Refused. Service. Because. She. Is. A. Cop! You know, one of those women in blue who protects and serves the community. Well, that’s how cops used to be seen, anyway.
Lexington Police Officers at the Chevy Chase Street Fair (Saturday August 22, 2015) with a young boy named Charlie, who struggles with developmental disabilities and usually does not like to have his picture taken (also pictured, Charlie’s sister Olivia). Charlie was so taken by the officers in their uniforms, his mom asked if the officers would stand with him for a photo. This represents the first photo Charlie’s mother has of her son facing the camera. The family was very appreciative of the officers patience and kindness towards their kids.
From left to right:
Donovan Grider, Jason Millay, Steven Newton, Phillip Johnson and Anthony Delimpo
Click Photo to Read More
BALTIMORE (AP) – The first court hearing is set to begin since six Baltimore police officers were criminally charged in the death of Freddie Gray, a black man who died a week after suffering a critical spinal injury in custody.