Jeffrey Travis Long of South Carolina allegedly gave his employer a forged doctor's note saying he has coronavirus so he could take paid vacation.
A 40-year-old Oregon woman accused of 15 counts of rape and other sex abuse of an underage male has been found dead in her jail cell.
Jurisdictions in at least five states have begun releasing prisoners from jails to reduce the spread of the coronavirus, news reports said Friday.
Portland Women’s March fiscal sponsor Rebekah Brewis was sentenced to 23 months on Thursday for stealing more than $10,000 from the event.
Peter Bright was convicted Monday on a federal charge of attempting to entice a minor to engage in sexual activity, Inner City Press reported.
A shooting in Baltimore on Tuesday prompted the city's mayor to issue a statement urging criminals to cease fire, at least until the coronavirus subsides.
Ghislaine Maxwell, the former girlfriend and longtime associate of Jeffrey Epstein, sues the late financier's estate, seeking to recoup legal fees.
Etta Simmons has been rearrested in a two-and-a-half year-old child abuse case in which she blamed her 6-year-old son's black eye on her 1-year-old child.
The coronavirus that has exploded into a global pandemic can survive in droplets in the air for hours and on surfaces up to days, according to a new study.
Attorney General William Barr directed federal prosecutors to pursue fraudsters seeking to exploit "public panic" about the coronavirus.