I despise con men. At least your armed robber has the honesty to demand your money without trying to trick you out of it.
A Charlotte man was given 64 months in prison Monday for his part in a Ponzi scheme. The man was also ordered to pay $805,150 for restitution.
They should be punished by letting their victim’s relatives beat them with baseball bats.
Yet some idiot out there is probably saying that since it wasn’t a “violent” crime he shouldn’t have to go to prison.
The State of New York is always complaining that we here in NC are feeding the “Iron Pipeline.” Is this what they’re talking about?
A 32-year-old Raleigh man was sentenced to 3 1/2 years in federal prison Monday for his role in a scheme to use stolen credit card numbers to buy large amounts of relatively cheap North Carolina cigarettes and resell them in New York.
Naturally the criminal has a previous record.
Don’t you think that $5.85 a pack in taxes is a bit excessive?
We hear a lot about prison overcrowding and how we need to reduce our prison population.
Police found a man stabbed to death early Monday in the 1000 block of North Miami Boulevard and were looking for suspects in the homicide, they said.
But we never hear about all the terrible people who are free to roam the streets.
Have you noticed that very frequently the victims are criminals too?
He stole it, ran from the cops, and ended up crashing.
A robbery suspect was arrested Tuesday after wrecking the stolen vehicle while attempting to exit to South Tryon Street from I-77.
No one ever cares about the victims.
But I can guarantee you that someone is complaining that this poor misunderstood youth shouldn’t be thrown in jail for his crimes.
Someone likes to take what he wants.
A Huntersville man has been charged with two counts of indecent liberties with a 14-year-old girl in east Lincoln County.
But then he has a track record of taking things that don’t belong to him.
Some people can’t be fixed.
We don’t know if it was Craigslist or some other service, but we’re all familiar with the situation.
Two people were arrested as suspects for robbing a person who met up with them in response to an online cell phone ad Monday afternoon.
You never know who will respond to your ad on Craigslist.
Some of them aren’t the sort of people you want to meet even in broad daylight.
If you’re going to use Craigslist, here are some basic precautions for you.
Another candidate for neighbor of the year.
Police have charged a man with seven home break-ins in two weeks last October, including one in which three handguns were stolen.
And who breaks into homes and steals guns?
And if those guns had been used in a crime, the gun haters would blame the owners, not the criminals.