Law Enforcement

The Daily Post |
December 15, 2015

Stories Of Police Sexually Assaulting Women Are Depressingly Common In Texas

Last week, former Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw was convicted on 18 charges, ranging from rape in the first degree to forced oral sodomy, after being accused of sexually assaulting 13 women. The case ended up making national headlines, and the details of how Holtzclaw raped so many women–and

The Daily Post |
January 3, 2014

A Scandalous Love Triangle Involving a Louisiana Doctor, His Wife, and a Texas Police Chief

A federal lawsuit filed by Dr. Glen Hurlston claims that the former chief of police in Princeton, Texas—who currently holds that role in the Austin suburb of Kyle—and several of his fellow officers harassed him while the chief had an affair with his wife. 

The Daily Post |
November 14, 2013

Sabine County Sheriff Called Off Search For a Missing African-American Father Whose Clothes Were Found in a Field (UPDATE)

Last Thursday, 28-year-old Alfred Wright went missing after his car overheated. His shirts, pants, keys, and watch were found in a pasture—but the Sabine County Sheriff's Office called off the search on Monday, saying that there's "no evidence in this investigation that leads authorities to believe that there is foul

True Crime |
September 30, 2001

Hit Man

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