One person was killed and five others were injured in a shooting at the Rolling Oaks Mall in San Antonio, Texas, police say. One gunman is in custody.
Shayla Rudolph, an 18-year-old mother from Reynoldsburg, Ohio, was arrested after police said she taped her 2-year-old son to a wall in a Facebook Live video.
Police in Lauderhill, Florida, have released a video showing a man, Gary Wallock, shot 12 times during an execution-style killing. The gunman hasn’t been caught.
Lowell Houser, a Chicago police officer, has been charged with first-degree murder in the shooting of Jose Nieves. Houser was off duty when he shot Nieves, police say.
Cleveland Police have released surveillance video showing a woman being abducted from a store in hopes of identifying the victim and suspect. Watch it here.
A 20-year-old college student from Kansas City, Missouri, is missing after she sent a mysterious text to a friend saying she was being pulled over.
Detective Jerry Walker was shot and killed while responding to a call in Little Elm, Texas, police say. The suspect was found dead after a standoff.
An Oregon man is accused of threatening his wife with a homemade medieval weapon, the “clown tickler,” crafted to protect his kids from creepy clowns.
A Denver-area Maserati salesman was killed in a crash after posting a Facebook Live video showing him driving the sports car at 111 miles per hour.
Angela Connell Diaz is accused of framing her husband’s ex-fiancee, Michelle Hadley, by claiming Hadley was harassing her and threatening with murder and rape.
Jacob Sullivan is accused of raping and killing Grace Packer, 14-year-old adopted daughter of his girlfriend, Sara Packer, as his girlfriend watched.
Brittany Herring (Brittany Covington) and Tanishia Covington are two sisters accused in the Chicago torture video Facebook Live case. See photos of them.
Chicago Police have charged four people with hate crime and several other charges in the brutal torture and kidnapping of a disabled man that was streamed live on Facebook.
The Chicago torture video contains explicit mentions of race, but Chicago police are stopping short of calling it a hate crime – at least for now.
Chicago police – commander Kevin Duffin and Superintendent Eddie Johnson – are under fire for referring to the Facebook Live torture/kidnap video as stupidity and not immediately calling it a hate crime.