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Law Enforcement & Intelligence

The latest coverage of the law enforcement community and all aspects of the U.S. intelligence.

Inside the manhunt for an escaped murder suspect and jailer

- Associated Press

Keely’s account of the 11-day search is the most detailed and comprehensive account to date of the U.S. Marshals Service investigation in a nationwide manhunt that ended with Vicky White dead, Casey White back in custody and law enforcement agencies trying to piece together how the escape could have happened.

Ex-jail officer dead, fugitive inmate captured after manhunt

- Associated Press

A former Alabama jail official has died after shooting herself when she and the murder suspect she was accused of helping to escape were captured Monday in Indiana after more than a week on the run, according to officials.

Marshals: Reward for info on escaped inmate, missing officer

Associated Press

The U.S. Marshals Service said Sunday that it is offering up to $10,000 for information about an escaped inmate and a “missing and endangered” correctional officer who disappeared Friday after the two left a jail in north Alabama.

Man wanted in NYC subway shooting arrested

- The Washington Times

The New York Police Department on Wednesday arrested the man wanted in connection with the mass subway shooting in Brooklyn after a person spotted him in lower Manhattan and called a tip line.

Dad who lived in college dorm convicted of abusing daughter’s friends

- Associated Press

A man who moved into his daughter’s college dorm and charmed her schoolmates with stories about his wisdom was convicted Wednesday of charges that he exploited the close-knit group, using threats and violence to enrich himself with millions of dollars.

Arbery defendants convicted of hate crimes, lesser charges

- Associated Press

The three white men convicted of murder in Ahmaud Arbery’s fatal shooting were found guilty of federal hate crimes Tuesday for violating Arbery’s civil rights and targeting him because he was Black.

Judge sentences Kim Potter, cop who killed Daunte Wright, to 2 years

- Associated Press

The former suburban Minneapolis police officer who said she confused her handgun for her Taser when she fatally shot Daunte Wright was sentenced Friday to two years in prison, a penalty below state guidelines after the judge found mitigating factors warranted a lesser sentence.

Republicans demand Garland respect independence of Durham probe

- The Washington Times

More than 40 Republican senators on Thursday sent a letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland urging him to respect the independence of special counsel John Durham’s investigation into the origins of the government’s probe of alleged ties between the Trump campaign and Russia.