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Abel Clemmons

Abel Clemmons was an American murderer, known for killing his entire family in late 1805. On or about November 8, 1805 in Clarksburg, West Virginia Clemmons murdered his pregnant wife and eight children with an axe. The story was published by the ...

                                               

Holt Coffey

Holt Coffey was the Sheriff of Platte County, Missouri from 1933 to 1937 and from 1941 to 1945. Coffey, along with newly elected regional Prosecutor David Clevenger, was responsible for clearing most of the small crimes Platte County, a suburb of ...

                                               

Cynthia Coffman (murderer)

Cynthia Lynn Coffman is an American woman convicted in the 1986 deaths of two women in California. She was convicted along with her boyfriend, James Marlowe. Kofman admits to the murder, but insists that she suffers from battered women syndrome. ...

                                               

Coin-matching game

Coin-matching game is a deception, in which two fraudsters have created another victim. The first con artist strikes up a conversation with the victim, usually while somewhere waiting. The scammer offers matching pennies and other coins to pass t ...

                                               

Charles Coleman (murderer)

Charles Troy Coleman was convicted of murder was executed in 1990, by lethal injection in Oklahoma for the murder of John Seward. He was convicted in 1979 for the murder of Seward, who, along with his wife, was shot with a shotgun in rural Muskog ...

                                               

Thunder Collins

Thunder Collins is a former returned to the Montreal Alouettes after playing 3 seasons at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He played one match for the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian football League in 2003. In August 2009, Collins was conv ...

                                               

2002 Columbus, Ohio shopping mall bombing plot

The Columbus Mall plot, the Explosion was a plan to blow up an unnamed shopping Mall in Columbus in the American state of Ohio. The plot was disclosed by Federal authorities on June 14, 2004, when the charges against Nuradin Abdi was unsealed at ...

                                               

Oscar Comery

Comery Oscar Joseph was a canadian-American chauffeur hanged in Concord, new Hampshire for the murder of his wife. Comery was born in Canada, in a family of French canadian Joseph Comery also written Comire and Celine Boisvert. According to the C ...

                                               

Copper Canyon Apartment Homes shooting

On December 31, 2017, and the shooting took place in highlands ranch, Colorado, where five Deputy sheriffs were shot. One Deputy was killed and four were injured. Was also shot dead the suspect, who was later killed in a shootout with the tactica ...

                                               

Costa Mesa school massacre

In Santa Ana people moved into a Costa Mesa preschool Playground on may 3, 1999, and killed 2 persons and injured four other students and a teachers assistant.

                                               

County lines drug trafficking

In the United Kingdom, the line of the County drug trafficking is the practice of drug trafficking in rural areas and small towns away from large cities. In 2018, the data of the national Agency for the fight against crime showed that 1.500 the d ...

                                               

Mary Frances Creighton

Mary Frances Creighton was a homemaker, who along with Everett applegate, a 36-year-old former American Legion official, were executed in sing prison electric chair, the electric chair for poisoning Applegates wife, Ada, in Baldwin, new York, Sep ...

                                               

Crime forum

Forum crime is a generic term for an Internet forum specializing in computer crime and online fraud, such as hacking, online identity theft, phishing, pharming, malicious attacks and spam. In the early days of Internet dial up Virgo will serve to ...

                                               

Crime in Alabama

In 2008, there were 211.401 of crimes reported in Alabama including 357 murders, property crimes 190.292, and 1.618 of rape. In 2014, there were crimes 174.821 reported in Alabama, including the 276 murders, 154.094 property crimes, and 1.436 rape.

                                               

Crime in Alaska

In 1985 an article in the "Chicago tribune" reported Alaska the US has the third highest level of homicides per capita. In 2008, there were crimes 24.576 reported in Alaska, including 27 murders, 20.097 property crimes and 445 of rape. In 2014, t ...

                                               

Crime in Bangladesh

Crime in Bangladesh is present in various forms such as drug trafficking, money laundering, extortion, murder for hire, fraud, human trafficking, robbery, corruption, black marketeering, political violence, terrorism and Kidnapping among others. ...

                                               

Crime in Massachusetts

No death penalty in that state. However, in the Constitution of Massachusetts explicitly authorizes the Massachusetts legislature, the court, to make laws providing for the death penalty. Since the abolition of the death penalty in Commonwealth c ...

                                               

Crime in Mississippi

The death penalty is applied in this state. One of the two executions of Willie Jerome manning two unrelated double murder has attracted attention in may 2013 when the FBI revoked certificates days report Munnings before the scheduled execution.

                                               

Crime in North Carolina

In 2008 there were crimes 415.810 reported in North Carolina, including 605 murders. In 2014, there were crimes 318.464, including 510 murders. Between 2003 and 2012 were, on average, 15.255 theft cars a year in North Carolina.

                                               

Crime Intelligence Division

Department of criminal intelligence of the South African police service is an intelligence Agency that tracks criminal elements in South Africa. He directs the divisional Commissioner, who is also a member of the National intelligence coordinatin ...

                                               

Crime Library

Library of crime was a website documenting serious crimes, criminals, trials, examination, and criminal profiling from books. It was founded in 1998, and most recently, owned a radio, a cable TV network, which is part of time Warners Turner Broad ...

                                               

Crime-lite

The crime-Lite is a portable high-intensity alternate light source used primarily forensic investigators to detect evidence such as fingerprints, bodily fluids and latent evidence from the crime scene. Crime-Lite was one of the first commercially ...

                                               

Criminal deportation

After the 1993 world trade center bombing and the explosion in Oklahoma city in 1995, US President bill Clinton signed the antiterrorism and effective death penalty act AEDPA reform illegal immigration and immigrant responsibility act IIRIRA, whi ...

                                               

Crimint

Crimint is a database run by the Metropolitan police of greater London which stores information on criminals, suspected criminals and protesters. It was established in 1994 and equipped with technology Memaksa companies. It supports the recording ...

                                               

Alice Crimmins

Alice Crimmins is an American woman who was accused of killing her two children, 5-year-old Eddie and 4-year-old Alice Marie, known as Missy, who went missing on 14 July 1965. Alice Maries body was found that day, and Eddie Jr. was found five day ...

                                               

Crumbles murders

Crumbles murders may refer to one of two crimes that took place on "the crumbles", a shingle beach between Eastbourne and Pevensey Bay - the 1920 murder of Irene Munro Jack field and William gray, and the 1924 murder of Emily Kaye, a pregnant wom ...

                                               

Customs racketeering

Customs racketeering is the act of customs agents seizing cargo on ships for their own selfish purposes, claiming that they have the legal right to do so. This can be done by aggressively enforcing obscure or old rules, alter the gravity of other ...

                                               

Cutting Ball

"Cutting" the ball was a notorious criminal during the Elizabethan era. Thomas Nash mentions a ballad he wrote about that did not survive. His sister, EM, or Emma, was a prostitute, "pathetic ragged quean", which according to various sources was ...

                                               

Cybercrime in India

Computer crime, cyber crime in India is rapidly evolving in the 21st century. Scams, technical support, along with the personification of IPS, are among the most common forms of trust used bribes in order to obtain money from unsuspecting victims ...

                                               

Dark0de

dark0de themselves.to.and. Darkode forum of cyber crime and the black market, described by Europol as "the most prolific English-speaking intruders of the forum today". On the website, which was launched in 2007, serves as a place to sell and tra ...

                                               

Data laundering

The data laundering is the conversion of data stolen, so it can be sold or used in legitimate databases. Site ZDNet described the process as "obscuring, removing or making the origin of illegally obtained evidence that it can be used only for law ...

                                               

Dantrell Davis

Dantrell Davis was an American 7-year-old boy from Chicago, Illinois, who was killed in October 1992. Davis was walking to school with his mother in Cabrini-green housing building when he was accidentally shot by Anthony Garrett, a member of a lo ...

                                               

Henry Debosnys

Henry Debosnys was hanged for the murder of his third wife, Elizabeth wells. His skull is on exhibit at the Adirondack history center Museum in Elizabethtown, new York. Debosnys left encrypted documents that have never been decrypted using a cryp ...

                                               

December 2015 Moscow bus stop attack

On the evening of 7 December 2015 at a bus stop in the centre of Moscow, Russia, was attacked by an unknown attacker who threw a homemade bomb at a bus-stop shelter, injuring at least 3 women. Two women were taken to hospital, while the other was ...

                                               

Decriminalization

Decriminalization or decriminalization is the reduction of criminal penalties in relation to certain acts, perhaps retroactively, though perhaps regulated permits or fines may apply. This term was coined by anthropologist Jennifer James to Expres ...

                                               

Carl DeLuna

Carl Angelo "tuffy" Deluna was organized crime, which was once powerful Junior Kansas city family. He was also Brother-in-law to Kansas city crime boss Anthony Civella. Born in Brooklyn, new York, Deluna rose through the career ladder from the fa ...

                                               

Demand reduction

The demand reduction refers to efforts aimed at reducing public desire for illegal and illicit drug trafficking. Policy drugs, in contrast to reducing the supply of drugs, but these two policies are often carried out together. Some discussions of ...

                                               

Deviant sexual intercourse

Deviant sexual intercourse is, in some U.S. States, a legal term for "any act of sexual gratification involving the sex organs of one person and the mouth or anus of another, anus to mouth or involving invasion of the anus or vagina of one person ...

                                               

Murder of Bianca Devins

Bianca Michelle Devins was a teenager from new Hartford, new York who was stabbed to death in Utica, new York July 14, 2019, after attending a concert Nicole Dollanganger. The case gained international interest as the images Devins mutilated corp ...

                                               

Nicole Diar

Nicole Diar, born July 21, 1975, is an American woman sentenced August 27, 2003 murder of her 4-year-old son, Jacob. Prosecutors argued that Diar suffocated her son and before setting the house on fire, although the exact cause of Jacobs death ha ...

                                               

Dilessi murders

In Dilessi murders were committed in 1870, when one Italian and three English aristocrats were killed in dilesi, a coastal city in Eastern Boeotia, Greek robbers while touring the area marathon. The events caused a crisis between Greece and Britain.

                                               

Murder of Paige Doherty

Paige was left in one of his friends home the night of the 18th of March. At 19 she went to John Leathems delicacies before she went to her hairdressing. Her quest began after she was unable to come to her services hairdressing weekend jobs in Ki ...

                                               

Domestic violence in Norway

Domestic violence in Norway is officially referred to as vold I nære relasjoner. It is defined as: Violence or threats of violence against persons who are or have been married or who live lived in the marriage relationship. This also applies to s ...

                                               

Ronald Dominique

Dominique was investigated in late 2006 after police report the man who refused to let Dominique tie him up. The final victim, Chris Sutterfield, had died about two months ago. After his arrest on December 1, 2006, Dominique confessed to the rape ...

                                               

Richard Dortch

Richard Dorch Century of the assemblies of God district superintendent for Illinois and an assemblies of God Executive presbyter. Born in Granite city, Illinois, Torch served as a pastor early in his Ministerial career, and was also a missionary ...

                                               

Brian J. Doyle

Brian James Doyle, former Deputy press Secretary of the US Department of national security. In 2006, he was convicted of molesting 14-year-old girl, who actually was a Deputy Sheriff working under cover, in the Internet. He was arrested on 4 Apri ...

                                               

Dragging death

Dragging death is a death caused by someone being dragged behind or underneath a moving vehicle, whether accidental or intentional murder. If it is murder, then it is also known as a dragging murder. An infamous example of a dragging murder of Af ...

                                               

Dragnet (policing)

A dragnet is any system of coordinated measures for apprehending criminals or suspects, including road barricades and traffic stops, widespread DNA tests, and General increased police alertness. The term comes from the fishing technique of draggi ...

                                               

Donovan Drayton

Donovan Drayton, son of guitarist Ronny Drayton. Drayton came into the limelight when attention was drawn to the fact that his father claims, is an illegal imprisonment without trial is permissible and fees. July 25, 2013, Drayton was acquitted o ...

                                               

Eric Drew

Eric drew is one of the first adults in the US to survive a double stem cells of umbilical cord blood for transplantation "leukemia terminal". Drew said, because his identity stolen during his treatment. During treatment, a rare and virulent leuk ...

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