American Crime Blotter Week ending October 4th

Thunder Bay Crime Report

American Crime Murder, Terror Kidnapping

NEW YORK – CRIME – Crime across the United States impacts many people. Each week the news offers an insight into the stories. “Mrs. Giudice, can you just tell us what’s going through your mind? One Jersey girl to another.”

From one Jersey girl…

“Do you have anything to say to the family? Sorry.”

To a remorseful murder suspect…

“He just jumped out. Now he’s got his hands up. Wow. Here we go.”

To a four-county police chase…

Law enforcement has had a busy week in the U.S.

It starts in New York.

“Death to al qaeda!”

On her way to court to plead not guilty to a bomb threat, Aliana Tsarnaev faces insults and accusations that she’s linked to al Qaeda.

The sister of the alleged Boston Marathon bombers is accused of making a threatening phone call to a woman, telling her she could, quote “put a bomb where you live.”

In Arkansas, prison parolee Arron Lewis was arrested on suspicion of abducting real estate agent Beverly Carter.

Her body was found shortly after his arrest.

He has pleaded not guilty to capital murder charges.

VIDEO by Reuters

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