Jane Doe - Homicide.   Jane Doe  Des Moines River  Des Moines, IA  Case # 1980-20704  May 26, 1980    An unidentified female body was found in the Des Moines River in southeast Des Moines on May 26, 1980.    Information needed: If you have any information on this unidentified female, please contact the Des Moines Police Department at 515-283-4864 or Iowa Cold Cases via our Contact form.

An unidentified female body was found in the Des Moines River in southeast Des Moines on May

11/29/13: Lucas Prassas, 21, is MISSING from Wynne, Arkansas. Lucas has an extensive psychiatric history. Police department number is 870 -238 -8718.

Lucas Prassas, is MISSING from Wynne, Arkansas. Lucas has an extensive psychiatric history. Police department number is 870

Seattle police Officer John Velliquette talks to a motorist he pulled over Thursday on Third Avenue in downtown Seattle. In 2016, Police Department officers ticketed for just over 39,000 traffic violations, according to an  analysis of Seattle Municipal Court records, the  lowest number so far this decade, and about 15,000 fewer than in 2015 — a 28 percent decline in one year. (Ellen M. Banner / The Seattle Times)

Seattle police Officer John Velliquette talks to a motorist he pulled over Thursday on Third Avenue in downtown Seattle. In 2016, Police Department officers ticketed for just over 39,000 traffic violations, according to an analysis of Seattle Municipal Court records, the lowest number so far this decade, and about 15,000 fewer than in 2015 — a 28 percent decline in one year. (Ellen M. Banner / The Seattle Times)

#Below the belt: #Vegas #fight weekend prostitution busts surge...

#Below the belt: #Vegas #fight weekend prostitution busts surge...

Lynne Kathryn Schulze  Case Classification: Endangered Missing Missing Since: December 10, 1971  Schulze was last seen at Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vermont Date of Birth: 1953 You may remain anonymous when submitting information to any agency: Middlebury Police Department Agency Contact Person: Officer Vegar Boe Agency Phone Number: 802-388-3191  For complete info on case http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/1582dfvt.html

Lynne Kathryn Schulze Case Classification: Endangered Missing Missing Since: December 10, 1971 Schulze was last seen at Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vermont Date of Birth: 1953 You may remain anonymous when submitting information to any agency: Middlebury Police Department Agency Contact Person: Officer Vegar Boe Agency Phone Number: 802-388-3191 For complete info on case http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/1582dfvt.html

Humans reached Asia in two waves  Some early migrants interbred with mysterious Neandertal sister group

Humans reached Asia in two waves

Humans reached Asia in two waves Some early migrants interbred with mysterious Neandertal sister group

The Main responsibility of the Persons having Police Jobs is to guard public and to serve the country. Police Officer work is to cut back the Crime rate in Society. Police Department Jobs are one amongst the Challenging jobs among all sorts of jobs. Every year Police Department goes to Recruit many numbers of Candidates. All kind of Police jobs in India like Sub Inspector Jobs, Circle Inspector jobs, Constable jobs, etc., will be updated on this Page. Interested Candidates who are eligible…

The Main responsibility of the Persons having Police Jobs is to guard public and to serve the country. Police Officer work is to cut back the Crime rate in Society. Police Department Jobs are one amongst the Challenging jobs among all sorts of jobs. Every year Police Department goes to Recruit many numbers of Candidates. All kind of Police jobs in India like Sub Inspector Jobs, Circle Inspector jobs, Constable jobs, etc., will be updated on this Page. Interested Candidates who are eligible…

The so-called Save the Guns Law, which went into effect Sept. 1, prohibits NC law enforcement agencies from destroying most of the guns that are seized in criminal investigations or surrendered by owners. Unless a weapon no longer works or lacks a valid serial number, police departments and sheriff's offices must either donate it to a museum, keep it for training or sell it to a gun dealer – even if it was used in a crime.

New law puts police, sheriffs in gun-dealing business

A new state law could put guns that have been used in crimes back on the street.

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