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Got to Give It Up: DNA

There is an evolution afoot. If staying up on all the criminal justice news is not on your to-do list, then you may have missed it.

In recent days, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) has made the news for the decisions it hasn’t made. But recently, SCOTUS made a landmark, while controversial, decision: to allow the continued collection of DNA from felony arrestees, before any…

Tampa Man Arrested for Calling 911 More than 1,200 Times Since December

The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office was baffled to receive 1,200 calls from the same unregistered cell phone number since December 2012.

The calls averaged to about 27 calls per day.

Authorities responded to several of these calls, sometimes dispatching K-9 deputies and air service, but were unable to find the source of the calls.

The caller, a male, sometimes babbled endlessly. …

Two Teens Use iPhone App to Mimic Police Lights

Two Florida teenagers were arrested for using an iPhone app to imitate police lights and pull over car drivers in a nearby mall.

An officer patrolling the parking lot of a mall in Naples spotted an unmarked tan Ford Ranger pickup flashing red and blue lights while driving behind another car.

The cop stopped the driver, Ryan McMahon Schulze, 19, and his passenger, Matthew Levi Davis, 18, who…

Thief Steals Doughnut Truck and Leads Cops on Chase

A Georgia man stole a Krispy Kreme donut truck and led police on a high-speed chase.

James Freddy Major, 45, swiped a Krispy Kreme truck from a gas station as the driver was making a delivery.

Major, who appeared to be under the influence, then lead the cops on a chase. He ran several red lights, left the road several times, and ended in a cul-de-sac. The donut truck hit a mailbox and Major…

Man Lied About Wife and Kids in Pizza Robbery Sob Story

A man who tried to rob a pizzeria collapsed into tears saying he needed the money for his wife and kids. His tearful reluctance earned him sympathy and free food. But as it turns out, the sob story was all a lie.

Montana police say 33-year-old David Randall Lacey walked into a pizza restaurant with a bandana over his face and gave the clerk a note demanding money.

Unfortunately, the cas…

Two Men Stole $65,000 in Chicken Wings Amid Shortage

Police arrested two storage facility workers for allegedly stealing $65,000 worth of frozen chicken wings.

Renaldo Jackson, 26, and Dewayne Patterson, 35, are listed as employees at Nordic Cold storage in Doraville, just north of Atlanta, where the wings were stolen.

The duo allegedly pulled the heist in the middle of the day using a rental truck which was then loaded with 10 pallets of…