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FBI Tech Tuesday: Building a Digital Defense Against the Dangers of Using Social Media While Traveling
Posted on Wednesday December 31, 1969

Oregon FBI's Tech Tuesday segment: building a digital defense against the dangers of using social media while traveling.

Press Conference Advisory 11/21/2017
Posted on Wednesday December 31, 1969

Press conference announced regarding charges against Behzad Mesri, an Iranian national, for allegedly hacking into the servers of HBO.

Two Former Downstate Prison Correction Officers Convicted of Beating an Inmate and Falsifying Records
Posted on Wednesday December 31, 1969

Kathy Scott and George Santiago, Jr., former New York State Correction Officers, convicted of beating inmate at the Downstate Correctional Facility.

Acting Manhattan U.S. Attorney Announces Charges Against Iranian National for Conducting Cyber Attack and $6 Million Extortion Scheme Against HBO
Posted on Wednesday December 31, 1969

Behzad Mesri was charged for his involvement in a scheme to obtain unauthorized access to the computer systems of HBO.

Former Illinois Department of Corrections Officer Sentenced to Four Months in Federal Prison for Violating Inmate's Federal Civil Rights
Posted on Wednesday December 31, 1969

Dustin A. Fleming, formerly employed as a correctional officer, was sentenced for violating inmate’s civil rights.

Dallas Man Sentenced for His Role in November 2015 Armed Assault on Federal Officers
Posted on Wednesday December 31, 1969

Edgar Solorzano of Dallas was sentenced to 231 months in prison for the armed assault of two federal law enforcement officers in southwest Dallas.

Local Man Convicted of Bank Robbery
Posted on Wednesday December 31, 1969

Johnathan Samuel Borden of Corpus Christi entered a guilty plea to bank robbery.

Two Defendants Indicted for Multiple Bank Robberies
Posted on Wednesday December 31, 1969

Gene Allen Howell and Janet Nicole Thompson have been charged for robbing two banks in two separate counties in West Tennessee.

Second Defendant Sentenced in $3.5 Million Distribution Scheme
Posted on Wednesday December 31, 1969

Suraj Patel of Long Beach, California, was sentenced for his role in a $3.5 million scheme involving distribution for Macy’s.

Head of Organization Backed by Chinese Energy Conglomerate, and Former Foreign Minister of Senegal, Charged with Bribing High-Level African Officials
Posted on Wednesday December 31, 1969

Chi Ping Patrick Ho and Cheikh Gadio have been charged with participating in a multi-year, multi-million-dollar bribery scheme.


Son of officer killed in Dallas ambush dies by suicide
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

By PoliceOne Staff

CORSICANA, Texas — The son of an officer who was killed in the July 2016 ambush in Dallas died from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound Monday.

KDFW reports that 19-year-old William Thompson, son of Dallas Area Rapid Transit Officer Brent Thompson, was found dead by Corsicana police at a park. Police said Thompson called 911 early Monday morning and told them that he was planning to kill himself.

Officers were able to track Thompson down, but he shot himself as police were approaching him, according to the report. No suicide note was found.

Brent Thompson was one of five officers who were killed in a deadly ambush in downtown Dallas on July 7, 2016.

Police said William Thompson’s death is under investigation.

The 10 best states to make a living as a police officer in 2017
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

By Megan Wells, PoliceOne Contributor

Each year, PoliceOne analyzes 50 states and Washington D.C. to determine which offers the best comprehensive wages for law enforcement officials.

After the 2016 edition was published, we received requests to include a deeper look at income and property taxes. We listened. And this year, we’ve added several new data points.


In short, we used a weighted average to compare:

Salary Cost of living Income tax Property taxes

A detailed breakdown of the methodology can be found at the end of this article.

Notable changes from 2016: Only four states from the 2016 list appear in 2017. Six of the 10 states to make this list don’t have an income tax. One state on this list sits below the national average wage for police officers, which is $57,129.

See if your state made the list.


We used a weighted system to measure the best states for police officers to make a living. The data points we measured are as follows:

Salary (35%) Using Bureau of Labor Statistics data we found the annual mean wage for patrol officers in each state. Cost of living (20%) We used the Missouri Economic Research and Information Center to rank each state’s cost of living. State income tax percentage (30%) We used the Tax Foundation to find max tax rates in each state. Data is valid as of July 2017. States with an * by them indication a flat income rate throughout the state. Property tax (15%) We used the Tax Foundation to find property taxes which are effective tax rates on owner-occupied homes.

The lack of consistent variables makes it difficult to include pension information in our write up. We do acknowledge long-lasting financial security paints a more robust picture of which states allow officers the best living.

Click for the full national ranking.

Calif. man sentenced in brutal beating of officer in front of cop's daughter
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017


By Luke Money Daily Pilot, Costa Mesa, Calif.

HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. — A Huntington Beach man has been sentenced to six years in state prison for beating an on-duty police officer last year, according to the Orange County district attorney’s office.

Darryl Keith Headrick, 60, pleaded guilty Friday to one felony count of aggravated assault on a peace officer and one misdemeanor count of resisting and obstructing an officer.

His son Bryce Headrick, 25, also of Huntington Beach, is serving a seven-year prison sentence after pleading guilty to the same charges last year.

In both cases, the charges carried a sentencing enhancement for inflicting great bodily injury.

According to authorities, a Huntington Beach police officer stopped Bryce Headrick for a traffic violation while he was riding a bicycle near the intersection of Beach Boulevard and Clay Avenue at about 11:20 p.m. Feb. 9, 2016.

As the two talked, Darryl Headrick approached and hit the officer on the head from behind, according to police.

The father and son knocked the officer to the ground and repeatedly punched and kicked him until he lost consciousness, authorities said.

They then fled on bicycles.

Huntington Beach officers arrested Darryl Headrick near the scene. Bryce Headrick was arrested hours later near his home.

The officer, whose name was not disclosed, was treated at a hospital for non-life-threatening injuries, including a concussion, authorities said.

At Darryl Headrick’s sentencing Friday, the officer said the crime has had a tremendous effect on him and his family. According to the district attorney’s office, the officer’s daughter was on a ride-along with him that night and saw the attack.

©2017 the Daily Pilot (Costa Mesa, Calif.)

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