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Naked biker arrested

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Police arrested Dante J. Krauss, 45, for riding a silver 2006 Kawasaki motorcycle, while naked and drunk.  Here is the story.

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Kids describe homicide scene at school

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Ex-hackers come to the rescue

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Police told the Miami Herald that identity theft is reaching epidemic proportions and only one in 700 identity thieves is ever arrested. I bet outsmarting the genius can be difficult.

Hacker turned security expert Sean Arries wants you to avoid sharing personal information or providing passwords while online in public networks. Here are some other tips he shared with Miami Herald Staff Nirvi Shah.

Posted by Andrea Torres at 02:16 PM on September 10, 2009 | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack (0)

Police dogs get political in Cuba

Cuban police is using their dogs to track down political dissidents. Some police dogs are trained to identify graffiti writers who oppose the government.

A Cuban exile told the Miami Herald that the Havana police ``odor bank'' is full of glass jars containing cloth swabs. Miami Herald Staff Juan Tamayo has the story.

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Police officers photographed today

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SEIZING MONEY: Police officers present packages carrying about $11.3 million (U.S. dollars) to the press at a military base in Bogota, Colombia, Thursday. Colombian customs agents said they found the cash in a shipping container in Colombia's Buenaventura Pacific Port. The cash was hidden in a shipment of ammonium sulfate that arrived from Mexico, according to authorities. (AP Photo/William Fernando Martinez)

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TRYING TO CONTROL PROTESTERS: An officer uses a baton to hit a man throwing stones as he and  others protest a stampede at a school, in New Delhi, India, Thursday. Five girls died and 31 other students were injured during a stampede after rumors about an electrical short-circuit in the public school. (AP Photo/Mustafa Quraishi)

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Speeder wears monkey mask

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CSI job: Dissecting the dead

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Robber uses car to break in

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Teens held for alleged plot to kill boy's mother

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Cops: Kids and guns are no joke

Angela Haynes, 24, and her boyfriend Jesse Kendall, 27, thought it would be funny to take pictures of their 11-month-old and 5-year-old boys holding handguns. Police didn't find it comical at all. The New York Post has the story.

Posted by Andrea Torres at 01:07 PM on September 5, 2009 | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack (0)

 
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