Saturday, March 17, 2012

Castro crimes

  • San Francisco police are asking gay men in the Castro to be a little more judicious about who they take home from the bar after a night of drinking.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • All ultimately rejected (though sometimes only after fierce internal debate) the idea of any causal link between Castro and the crime.
  • (Miami Herald)
  • Oregon State Police detectives arrested a teenager from Coos Bay on multiple sex crimes after shutting down a large party in Langlois. Jonathan Castro Roman faces charges of rape, sex abuse and unlawful penetration.
  • (kptv.com)
  • "It isn't just middle-aged guys; I've heard it happening to younger guys," said Steve Adams, president of The Merchants of Upper Market and Castro. Adams credits Limbert for trying to tackle a crime that "people don't want to talk about.
  • (San Francisco Examiner)
  • Gay men being drugged and robbed in the Castro: It seems there have been too many instances Such surveillance systems are often used to combat crime and the manufacturer has no control over whether they are used for other purposes.
  • (Towleroad)
  • Cuba considers the programs an attempt to destabilize the government, and Gross was convicted of crimes against the state Grosss legal appeals have been exhausted, but his family has asked Castro to consider a pardon on humanitarian grounds.
  • (The Guardian)
  • Prior to meeting with Castro, Leahy and Shelby visited Gross at the Havana jail where he has been serving a 15-year sentence for crimes against the Cuban state since his arrest in 2009, local press said.
  • (Xinhua News Agency)
  • and Gross was convicted of crimes against the state, not espionage. The Gross affair has chilled relations between the U.S. and Cuba and short-circuited any chance of rapprochement since President Barack Obama took office.
  • (Caledonian Record-News)
  • Officers arrested Ronald Dale Simpson of Castro Valley on Tuesday in connection with the shooting, but have not discussed the details of his involvement in the case. He was booked into the Kings County Jail on suspicion of murder and accessory to a crime.
  • (Hanford Sentinel)

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