California dealership that returned stolen car to Southlake man wants its money back The California car dealership that was forced to return a classic car stolen from a Southlake man 42 years ago says it was a victim, too. “We’d love to get our money back,” said Versa Manos, president of the Beverly Hills Car Club, which returned a ... 07/16/2012 - 5:14 pm | View Link
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Oregon State Police news via FlashAlert.Net Correction: OSP Detectives Investigate Incident Involving Jackson County Deputy's Car Sideswiping Armed, Fleeing Man in White City - 04/17/14 Correction: OSP ... 04/19/2014 - 1:48 am | View Website
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City of Long Beach, CA The City of Long Beach Lien Sales Auction is held every other Tuesday and is open to the public. The location is 3111 E. Willow Street, Long Beach, California between ... 04/18/2014 - 5:41 pm | View Website
CREDIT: Shutterstock The Baltimore City Detention Center will start scrutinizing federal orders to hold immigrants for deportation instead of automatically granting these requests, Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley (D) announced Friday. The policy change adds Baltimore to the growing number of cities in the U. S. resisting federal immigration policy. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents often ask local jails to hold immigrants for deportation.
A carjacker in San Antonio, TX got more than he bargained for this week when he attempted to steal a car with two twin boys and their baby brother in it. ABC News reported that the boys attacked the thief and forced him off the road.
“One of the boys was punching the man in the face; the other was hitting him with a rubber snake,” said Sgt.
Two of the Democrats running for Congress in New Jersey's 1st District say they're in the race largely because they feared no one else would take on the third, a state senator and brother of a non-elected powerbroker.