A Virginia judge order Jamycheal Mitchell to receive treatment at a hospital, instead he died in August after waiting 3 months for a bed to open up
Alleged Charleston mass shooting suspect Dylann Roof has the “All-American” look experts say we are often reluctant to associate with terrorism
One prosecutor told Crimesider that “if you’re just being careless with a gun and it goes off, that’s not a crime” – not not everyone agrees.
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As protests continue in Ferguson, Mo., in the aftermath of the fatal shooting of Michael Brown, police are clashing not just with civilian demonstrators, but with journalists from some of the nation’s leading news sources.
“Crime isn’t going down, it’s changing,” says University of Central Florida Chief of Police Richard Beary.
On Monday, July 7, one day before he shot and killed his wife and then himself at a Spokane medical center, Christopher Henderson was evaluated by sheriff’s deputies after co-workers called police to say he was threatening suicide. It wasn’t the first time Henderson had been the subject of a mental health check – but it would be the last.
Daniel St. Hubert’s older sister was not in the courtroom when he was indicted Wednesday for allegedly stabbing two children in a Brooklyn elevator, but when she spoke with CBS News’ Crimesider after her brother was returned to Bellevue Hospital, her voice was low.
“It’s really sad,” said Judith Perry.
“You can’t just drop someone with severe mental illness into the community and expect they’re going to find their way to treatment. Very often, part of their disease is that they don’t think they have a disease.”
One day after the White House issued recommendations about combating sexual assault on campus, two of the young women who sounded the alarm about the problem were on Capitol Hill, taking their message straight to senators.
Two more Ivy League schools are facing criticism — and one a federal complaint — over how they handle rape on campus.