(CBS) STATE COLLEGE, PA- Jerry Sandusky is reportedly writing a book in jail, just two months after being convicted on 45 counts of child sex abuse.Continue »
(CBS News) The Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office in Colorado released the booking photo of movie theater shooting suspect James Holmes from when he was apprehended by police early Friday.
"I could immediately tell she was a first-timer," Baez told Crimesider.Continue »
According to the Herald of Rock Hill, Circuit Court Judge Michael Nettles wants Cassandra Tolley to read the Old Testament and write a summary about the Book of Job, a story of a man who undergoes great suffering but never loses his faith in God.Continue »
(CBS/AP) NEW YORK - Amanda Knox, the American student who served four years in an Italian prison for the 2007 murder of her roommate and was cleared of the crime last October, has signed a book deal with HarperCollins.
An official with knowledge of the deal told the Associated Press that Knox will receive $4 million for what a HarperCollins statement called "a full and unflinching account of the events that led to her arrest in Perugia and her struggles with the complexities of the Italian judicial system."Continue »
The new literary work is an update on "The Gang Book," first published six years ago by the Chicago Crime Commission, a non-profit group that supports crime-fighting efforts.
(CBS/WBZ) CHARLTON, Mass. - A Massachusetts woman says her 5-year-old daughter was left in tears after the Charlton Public Library sent police to collect the girls overdue library books.
Charlton Police Sergeant Dan Dowd stopped by the home of Shannon Benoit to let her know that her daughter had two books several months overdue which needed to be returned or paid, reports CBS Boston.
(CBS/AP) SEATTLE - Amanda Knox says she's hired a Washington, D.C., lawyer to help her land a book deal after an Italian court cleared her and her ex-boyfriend in the killing of her British roommate Meredith Kercher.Continue »
(CBS/WTSP) TAMPA, Fla. - We're not sure if the Guinness Book of World Records keeps track of this sort of thing but authorities in Hillsborough County arrested a man they say made 67 frivolous 911 calls within two hours.