The family of Michael Bengali is looking for the public’s help in finding the driver of the vehicle that callously ran him over on Saturday morning.
“Girls walk down the street every day and have guys saying things to them, and if a girl denies that or shows some sort of aggression toward that, that can bring violence and that can bring unwarranted things.”–Ben Schwartz
Just as in August, the events in Ferguson, Missouri are galvanizing the nation. We’ve collected some of the most up-to-date reporting we can find to keep Crime Feed readers in the know on what’s happening.
As the world watched, last night prosecutor Bob McCullouch announced the findings of the grand jury in the decision over whether or not charges should be filed against Officer Darren Wilson for the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO.
A proposed bill before the Utah legislature would lift the state’s decade-long ban on the use of a firing squad for prisoner executions.
An adorable 7-year-old in Snohomish, Washington got a surprise when he went to the Cascade View Elementary cafeteria for lunch on October 20.
The story of Shanesha Taylor could have had a happy ending.
In a shocking case of child abuse, Lakechia Schonta Stanley, 34, of St. Louis, Missouri was sentenced to 78 years in prison on Friday after she admitted to what prosecutors described as “systematic torture” of her children.
A Grand Jury in Trigg County, Kentucky has indicted Ryan Champion in the deaths of his family last month.
Officers in the Mexican border area of Tamaulipas are being investigating after the shooting of a 14-year-old American girl on Sunday. It happened in the community of Reynosa, near the town of Pharr, Texas.