Related News: Google Street View Images Catch Robbery Suspects In The Act 3 Years Later

One new article link has been added to our Related News page. CBS Houston published an article titled Google Street View Images Catch Robbery Suspects In The Act 3 Years Later.

Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying two armed thieves who allegedly ransacked a woman’s home in 2011. They got away with the crime at the time, but were just spotted outside the home in images courtesy of Google Street View.

The two alleged robbers were inadvertently captured in Google Street View images casually walking down the street prior to the July 2011 armed intrusion into a woman’s Oklahoma City home, KFOR-TV reports. The woman, who is still shaken by the incident and asked to remain anonymous, says she walked into her ransacked home and the two alleged criminals held her at gunpoint for over an hour.

Source: CBS Houston

Related News: Supreme Court: Warrant needed for phone search

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The debate over whether or not police should be allowed to search the cell phones of people they arrest without first obtaining a warrant came to a close Wednesday when the United States Supreme Court ruled in favor of privacy.

In the unanimous decision, the Supreme Court ruled police must indeed obtain warrants before searching the digital content of phones taken from suspects placed under arrest. The decision comes after the court heard two cases in which a suspect’s phone was searched, and delivered one ruling for both. Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. said the ruling is significant because of the sheer number of cell phones in use today.

“These cases require us to decide how the search incident to arrest doctrine applies to modern cell phones, which are now such a pervasive and insistent part of daily life that the proverbial visitor from Mars might conclude they were an important feature of human anatomy,” Roberts wrote.

Source: Andalusia Star News

Related News: 1 arrested, 2 sought in sexual assault of Barbour Co. child

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A Clio man is under arrest and charged with sexual intercourse and deviant sexual intercourse with a child as well as first degree rape and first degree sodomy. At least two other suspects are being sought.

Source: WSFA

Related News: St. Paul man finds home invasion suspects in YouTube rap video

One new article link has been added to our Related News page. KMSP-TV published an article titled St. Paul man finds home invasion suspects in YouTube rap video.

The victim of a late September home invasion and robbery in St. Paul helped solve his own case after identifying the three suspects in rap videos posted on YouTube.

According to a search warrant affidavit, three men were going door-to-door with pamphlets in the area of Margaret Avenue and Winthrop Street on Sept. 25.

A 31-year-old man was home alone with his 2-year-old daughter when the suspects knocked on his door in the 600 block of Winthrop Street. The three men immediately threatened the man with a handgun, then forced their way inside, kicking and punching the victim as he fell to his knees.

The suspects demanded drugs and $200,000 cash.

Source: KMSP-TV

Related News: Florida teachers among 50 charged in online child-sex sting

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Two teachers and two other school employees were among 50 people arrested as part of an online child-sex sting in central Florida, MyFoxOrlando.com reports.

“Operation Cardea” targeted people who use the Internet to sexually exploit children, the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office said, and the suspects were arrested over the past week, including four men arrested late Sunday night.

Source: Fox News

Related News: 245 arrested in U.S.-led child sex abuse operation

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Washington (CNN) — An international operation led by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement aimed at child pornography and sexual abuse has resulted in the arrest of 245 suspects, officials announced Thursday. All but 23 of the suspects were apprehended in the United States.

The agency said that during the course of Operation Sunflower, law enforcement officers identified 123 victims of child exploitation and removed 44 of those children from their alleged abusers with whom they were living. The other cases involved victims who were exploited by people outside their homes or children who were harmed years ago and are now adults.

Source: CNN

Related News: Suspects Broke Into Homes Of Facebook Friends Who Posted Out-Of-Town Information

One new article link has been added to our Related News page. WFMY published an article titled Suspects Broke Into Homes Of Facebook Friends Who Posted Out-Of-Town Information.

Anderson, SC– Investigators say a woman and a man broke into the homes of her Facebook friends after finding out they were out of town by their posts on the social networking site.

Source: WFMY