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Teen taken into custody after cellphone robbery in West Seattle

Teen taken into custody after cellphone robbery in West Seattle | Deviant Behavior | Scoop.it
A 16-year-old boy was taken into custody after a cellphone robbery at a West Seattle park Friday night, police said.
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Flyers threatening cops appear in newspapers

Flyers threatening cops appear in newspapers | Deviant Behavior | Scoop.it
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - It's been a tumultuous few weeks for Albuquerque Police, from the protests, to the Department of Justice report. Now police say someone is making death threats against officers, and they're popping up all over the city, on light poles and in the newspaper. Several people who get their newspaper from stands…
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Cody Trujeque's comment, April 21, 2014 7:59 PM
The recent shootings and deaths of citizens by APD is a tragedy but that does not make it right for these images to be displayed around town. You cannot punish every single cop for what a small number of cops did. Not all cops are crooked or trigger happy. They are here to protect and serve and for the most part they do just that. APD does need better crisis intervention training and other related trainings in order to better serve the citizens of Albuquerque.
Sarah Beltran's comment, April 22, 2014 1:45 AM
Why are New Mexicans so dramatic? These fliers are absolutely ridiculous. Threatening the APD isn't going to solve anything, it will only make matters worse. I wouldn't be surprised if someone is crazy enough to agree with the fliers and try to murder a police officer. Promoting more violence is horrible especially since the APD is already under investigation for excessive force. People need to realize that being a police officer isn't easy, and sometimes it requires making a judgement call that isn't always for the best in the future. Police do what they feel is necessary to keep themselves and others safe in difficult situations. As long as the APD tries to fix their mistakes, our community should give them a break and stop acting crazy.
Jason's comment, April 22, 2014 10:50 AM
These people who think this way and have such a huge hate towards cops really blows my mind. Making a subjective opinion about officers only killing people is very ignorant. Police officers go out every day and put their lives on the line when worrying about if someone is gonna go crazy and start shooting at them. Now they have to worry about citizens threatening them. These cop haters should really be on some sort of list where they aren't allowed to call the cops for help, then see how they can handle it by themselves.
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Police looking for shooter who fired at car on I-5 in Fife

Police looking for shooter who fired at car on I-5 in Fife | Deviant Behavior | Scoop.it
The Fife Police Department is looking for a shooter who opened fire at a 20-year-old woman's car Sunday afternoon on I-5.
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My Dad works is an officer in this city where this happened. He told me about it and thought it would be good for this:)

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Kristy Gipson's comment, April 13, 2014 6:42 PM
Reading stuff like this is terrifying because it just shows us all how deviant people can be. These kind of people don't care about anything, They open fire like it is nothing, they could have killed or severely hurt someone. What would possess this kind of behavior?
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Suspect shoots APD K9 during SWAT situation

Suspect shoots APD K9 during SWAT situation | Deviant Behavior | Scoop.it
ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - An APD K9 is in surgery after being shot, multiple times by a suspect. It happened during a SWAT standoff in northeast Albuquerque near San Pedro and Oakland. Officer went out there at about 2:45 a.m. to respond to reports of a burglary in progress. They found a man in the yard…
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Mother speaks out after ex-boyfriend is accused of abusing baby

Mother speaks out after ex-boyfriend is accused of abusing baby | Deviant Behavior | Scoop.it
The 19-year-old man accused of sexually assaulting a four-month-old infant faced a judge on Sunday.
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sara erdman's comment, February 11, 2014 11:55 AM
This whole story makes me sick! It's awful to hear stories like this on anyone! This is the second story I've heard about in the past 2 months that CYFD didn't step in and do their job! If CYFD would have followed up there's s possibility that these incidents wouldn't have happened! It mnaskes me wonder how some of these people got the jobs they have! And as far as the bf would sexually assaulted a four month old, he doesn't deserve a bond! He deserves the worst possible punishment!
sara erdman's comment, February 11, 2014 11:55 AM
This whole story makes me sick! It's awful to hear stories like this on anyone! This is the second story I've heard about in the past 2 months that CYFD didn't step in and do their job! If CYFD would have followed up there's s possibility that these incidents wouldn't have happened! It mnaskes me wonder how some of these people got the jobs they have! And as far as the bf would sexually assaulted a four month old, he doesn't deserve a bond! He deserves the worst possible punishment!
Erin Madden's comment, February 12, 2014 11:00 AM
Yes, a truly terrible story here. Good job pointing out the incompetence of the agents of social control in this story. This could be because case workers are overburdened and they need more staff to properly follow through with reports of abuse and neglect, or this could be a bad case manager not doing his/her job. Also, what the heck is "spice"?
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Witness: Daughter's boyfriend died trying to save her life

Witness: Daughter's boyfriend died trying to save her life | Deviant Behavior | Scoop.it
Witnesses say a young man was stabbed to death Monday morning after trying to break up a domestic dispute between his girlfriend’s mother and her boyfriend.
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Suspect, sheriff's sergeant exchange gunfire in Bremerton

A man is under arrest after he opened fire at a sheriff's sergeant then fled on foot Monday morning in Bremerton.
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Albuquerque Protesters Clash With Police Over Deadly Shootings

Albuquerque Protesters Clash With Police Over Deadly Shootings | Deviant Behavior | Scoop.it
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — The Albuquerque mayor said late Sunday that a more than 10-hour protest over recent police shootings has turned from peaceful into "mayhem," as officers in riot gear clashed with protesters who blocked traffic...
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Mother locked out of deceased son's Facebook

LaDona Wilson lost her son in a motorcycle crash two months ago. When she came out of the early waves of grief, she realized there was a place that held the treasured story of his 25 years on earth – Facebook.
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Police: 72-year-old sex offender tried to lure two young girls

Police: 72-year-old sex offender tried to lure two young girls | Deviant Behavior | Scoop.it
Police arrested a registered sex offender Monday after the 72-year-old man allegedly tried to lure two young girls into his van near a Central District library.
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Cody Trujeque's comment, January 28, 2014 12:50 PM
I found this article disturbing for the simple fact that this man is already a registered sex offender and he has been busted in the same area doing the same thing in the past. In my opinion registered sex offenders should have to wear an ankle bracelet of some sort to track them. This bracelet can help alert authorities if a sex offender is going near a school, park or other places where there is high traffic by children.
Kim Warren's comment, February 3, 2014 11:58 PM
This article screams labeling theory. This man has already been labelled a sex offender. He has the primary deviation. In fact, it's already been recorded for every state in the nation to see. His second deviation is continued "child luring." Another way of looking at it, is the audience. One of the girls is the daughter of an important figure, so the audience sees this as especially heinous. And, if the man luring girls wasn't a sex offender, then there probably wouldn't be an article. I'm not saying it's okay, the act of this man. I'm just saying that if the situation was different, then the deviance would be minimal, if not nonexistent.
Erin Madden's comment, February 4, 2014 1:22 PM
Good discussion here. Some things to think about: Reflect on Cody's suggestion of ankle bracelets. Which theory would this kind of surveillance remind you of? Remember what Foucault and other Controlologists say about government surveillance? also, what would be some of the repercussions of this kind of surveillance? Think about Labeling theory and how the deviant label (which is what the ankle monitoring device would be-- a physical deviant label) would affect the person's life. Would they be more or less likely to deviate again? WOuld they go deeper into deviance, or would the surveillance help reduce repeat offending? Kim's response brings up some excellent points about social position and labeling theory as well. Great work!