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Former Auburn police officer Brian Hutchings to be released from prison this Wednesday

Former Auburn police officer Brian Hutchings to be released from prison this Wed

A former Auburn police officer convicted of theft and bribery is scheduled to be released on Wednesday this week after serving 3.5 years in prison, the Cayuga County District Attorney’s Office confirmed.

Brian Hutchings was convicted in 2012 of stealing thousands of dollars from the Cayuga County Police Benevolent Association. He was convicted on 1 count of third degree grand larceny, 3 counts of fourth degree grand larceny, 2 counts of first degree scheming to defraud, and 5 counts of petit larceny.

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Bangor police investigating alleged sexual assault at Husson University

Bangor police investigating alleged sexual assault at Husson University

The incident of a sexual assault that allegedly took place inside a dormitory on the campus of Husson University last weekend is being investigated by the Bangor Police Department, officials confirmed.

In a news release on Sunday, Bangor police Lt. Timothy Reid told reporters said that police investigators were working in conjunction with Husson University to solve the case. Reid also assured that there was no threat to the community.

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Chinese hackers steal data on almost all US federal employees

Chinese hackers steal data on almost all US federal employees

The cyber attack in which the United States lost massive amounts of data to allegedly Chinese hackers was far graver than the government's estimate, the president of a government workers union warned on Thursday.

J. David Cox, the president of American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE), wrote a letter to the director of the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), warning that the extent of the hack was much greater than initially thought.

Cox warned that the hackers are now in possession of all personnel data pertaining to every employee and retiree of the federal government.

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‘Adolescent Rape’ at Campus Assumes Proportions of an Epidemic!

In a study published online on Wednesday in the Journal of Adolescent Health, researchers from the Brown University School of Public Health, presented alarming figures pertaining to campus rapes.

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Waco Bikers warn there will be more Violence

Waco Bikers warn there will be more Violence

A pair of experts who have first-hand experience with one of America’s most notorious motorcycle gangs said violence could break out any moment.

A former federal agent said that people can be forgiven for thinking Sunday's biker bloodbath in Waco, Texas was a throwback to a bad 1970s movie.

Agent Jay has spent nearly 30 years to uncover the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club for the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.

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One Dead And Four Injured During Open Firing in Northwest Miami-Dade Apartment Building

One Dead And Four Injured During Open Firing in Northwest Miami-Dade Apartment B

Police officials said gunfire that erupted outside a northwest Miami-Dade apartment building left a 13-year-old dead and injured four others.

Witnesses of the incident said that a group of people were sitting at a table when two men with assault rifles entered and started open firing on the group.

Three of the injured including the 13-year-old teen were immediately taken to the Ryder Trauma Centre where the teen died.

The fourth one was taken to by a friend to North Shore Medical Center. He was then transferred to the Ryder Trauma Center.

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Mississippi Police arrest four people for killing two Hattiesburg police officers

Four people in connection with the shooting deaths of two Hattiesburg police officers were arrested in Mississippi today.

Warren Strain, the public affairs director for the Mississippi Department of Public Safety said Marvin Banks, Curtis Banks, Joanie Calloway and Cornelius Clark were taken in custody for the deaths of Benjamin Deen and Liquori Tat.

Both the officers were were killed late Saturday while conducting a traffic stop. Deen, 34, and Tate, 25, were rushed to Forest General Hospital getting injured and were pronounced dead.

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