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The Great Heists: 6 of History’s Most Astonishing Robberies

Bank heists and other large scale robberies have been occurring pretty much since the advent of money. History has documented innumerable big-money heists, where brazen thieves have selfishly disregarded the personal safety of innocent workers and bystanders for the chance … Continue reading

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American Gangs: 5 Notorious Gangs

Photo courtesy of www.dosomething.org Gangs have plagued the fabric of American society, in some form or another, for centuries. In the United States today, there are a staggering 1.4 million gang members spread over an estimated 33,000 violent gangs. Despite the general ruthless and … Continue reading

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Talk, Text, Take Photos . . . and Stop a Bullet!

Technology is an essential tool in crime prevention and when tracking suspects after a crime is committed. From cell phone records and GPS monitoring to mitochondrial DNA testing and clues left by sloppy posting on social media sites, developments in … Continue reading

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Police Follow Snow Tracks to Nab Robbers

Statistics regarding crime consistently bear out the fact that illegal activity is higher during the warmer months of the year.  It could be that the hot temperatures have everyone irritated and on edge, so violence is more likely.  Some blame … Continue reading

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