{FD} Sheriff linked to Sandy Hook conspiracy theory apologizes for leaked racy photo

An outspoken Oregon sheriff -- who gained national attention following a mass shooting at a community college in 2015 -- apologized this week after a photo appeared online that showed him without pants on.

{FD} Suspect accused of killing Massachusetts cop had 111 prior offenses

The suspect accused of fatally shooting a Massachusetts police officer on Thursday while being served a warrant had 111 prior adult offenses and was on probation, authorities said.

{FD} Female corrections workers cited after being caught kissing in 7-Eleven parking lot

A pair of female Colorado corrections workers were cited for public indecency this week after they were caught kissing each other with their hands down each other's pants in a 7-Eleven parking lot shortly before their shift started, police say.

{FD} Virginia man followed woman across three states in fake police car, authorities say

Authorities in Virginia say a man has been arrested and accused of impersonating a police officer after he allegedly followed a female driver through parts of Maryland, West Virginia and Virginia over the weekend.

{FD} Pellet gun-waving man inside Montana casino shot, killed by police

A police officer shot and killed a man who was waving a pellet gun and threatening patrons inside a casino early Tuesday — the second fatal shooting by officers in Montana's largest city in less than 24 hours.

{FD} Sheriff: It’s ‘financially better’ for cops to kill suspects than injure them

A California sheriff who's trying to beat his chief deputy and win re-election is fighting back after the release of a 2006 video in which he says it's "financially better” for cops to kill suspects than injure them.

{FD} Backpage.com founders accused of promoting prostitution, money laundering

The founders of Backpage.com, the notorious website best known for hosting sex and prostitution-related classified advertisements, have been indicted with five others on federal charges, the Justice Department announced Monday.