NEW YORK (CBS/AP) The mug shots of actor Randy Quaid and his wife Eve have been released by the Presidio County Sheriff's Department in Texas, and it looks like the couple had an excellent time on their "free" vacation.
The couple was in custody on Thursday after a warrant was issued for their arrest for skipping out on a $10,000 hotel bill in California. The felony warrant from the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department is for burglary, defrauding an innkeeper and conspiracy.
NEW YORK (CBS/AP) Jaycee Lee Dugard will testify against her alleged kidnappers, Phillip and Nancy Garrido, if the time comes, her lawyer said.
Photos: The Search For Jaycee
Photos: Jaycee Lee Dugard Found Alive
Photos: Inside Jaycee's Terror Tent
Photos: Inside Phillip Garrido's House
NEW YORK (CBS/AP) A little late?
Twenty-nine years after Jaycee Lee Dugard's birth and 18 years after her abduction from a South Lake Tahoe bus stop, a man claiming to be her father is suddenly feeling a longing for a family reunion.
MANCHESTER, Ky. (CBS/AP) Bill Sparkman, the census worker and substitute teacher who was found hanged in rural Kentucky on Sept. 12 with the word "fed" scrawled into his chest, was described by those who knew him as an "innocent" person who always saw the good in others.
Gilbert Acciardo, a retired trooper who directs an after-school program at the elementary school where Sparkman worked, said he became suspicious and went to police when Bill Sparkman didn't show up for work for two days. Authorities immediately investigated, he said.
NEW YORK (CBS/AP) "I was told it would be better for him to be cremated."
That's what police told Bill Sparkman's mother, Henrie Sparkman. Her son, a substitute teacher and part time census worker was hanged in Clay County, Ky. The word "fed" was scrawled into his chest, according to police.
LAKEWOOD, N.J. (CBS/AP) Four police officers were wounded early Thursday, Sept. 24, after gunmen opened fire on the SWAT team that was conducting a drug raid in Lakewood, N.J., authorities said.
The shooters fired from the top of a staircase within the home. One officer was critically wounded.
MANCHESTER, Ky. (CBS/AP) Retired trooper Gilbert Acciardo told census worker Bill Sparkman to "be careful" when he announced he would be going door-to-door collecting data in rural southeast Kentucky, but it appears Sparkman wasn't wary enough.
Sparkman, 51, was found this month hanged from a tree near a cemetery about 80 miles from Lexington, with the word "fed" scrawled on his chest, a law enforcement official said Wednesday. The FBI is investigating whether he was a victim of anti-government sentiment.
Photos: Sticky's Amazing Rescue
Philadelphia Police are searching for the person responsible for duct taping a cat from its head to its paws and dumping the feline in a yard.
Officers from the Pennsylvania SPCA's Humane Law Enforcement team rescued the cat Tuesday from a yard in the 2200 block of Edgley Street.
Medical staff at the Pennsylvania SPCA were able to successfully remove the duct tape and the cat, nicknamed by staff as "Sticky," is reportedly doing well.
NEW YORK (CBS) A young girl just barely escaped getting crushed by a car in Sunnyside, Wash., and it's all captured in stunning security cam footage.
Six-year-old Yasmin Frausto was walking on the sidewalk outside of a convenience store when a out of control Toyota Camery backed up into a wall.
LOS ANGELES (CBS/AP) "When I read the crime reports from the weekend that land on my desk and there hasn't been a gang shooting, I'll say to myself, 'We've had a good weekend,'" Los Angeles cop Juan Aguilar told the Los Angeles Times.
Aguilar was one of over 1,000 officers who raided homes belonging to members of the Avenues, a violent street gang in northeast Los Angeles that has terrorized the community for decades.