The Australian Federal Police have confirmed that they have arrested the alleged leader of notorious hacking group Lulzsec in Sydney.
A Canadian judge has ruled that police must provide accused, arrested individuals with internet access so that they can find a lawyer. But do you agree?
According to Reuters, John McAfee has finally been arrested by the police. The anti-virus kingpin has spent the past few weeks on the run from authorities in Belize for his connection with a murder and the general craziness of his life down there.
This man—let's call him The Dude—got arrested because, according to the police, he was really drunk. But The Dude claimed that he wasn't drunk. That's like, your opinion, man—then proceeded to sing Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody to prove his point.
It's only natural that a criminal who's banned from using the Internet is going to log on the first chance they get. But if you're going to violate probation, you probably shouldn't do so in public. Next to a sheriff.
Mark Wayne Williams, a 31-year old man, was caught by police as he dangled off the side of a building. The dude was decked out in full Batman costume, and carrying a baton, Freeze Plus P and lead-lined gloves.
Your smartphone? It can do a lot of different things with apps. Like stream March Madness games or listen to Pandora or even flash blue and red lights that mimic police lights! Alexander Welch, a 20-year old Boise kid, used that snazzy police lights app in a prank to get a car to pull over. Once the car pulled over,…
As the report goes, a 16-year-old was so incensed over her father asking her to give him the cellphone, she scratched his face—and he had her arrested.
French, check. Unemployed, check. Obvious hacker name of "HackerCroll," check. The FBI has nailed their cuplrit, believed to have "gained control of Twitter" by hacking into both Obama's and Britney Spears's Twitter accounts last year.
Despite the fact that this photo was snapped in broad daylight in a busy Seattle REI store, Shane Becker was threatened by fake cops and arrested by real ones.
Daniel Alvarez, 21, of Austin, Texas was recently arrested for allegedly attempting to strangle his girlfriend with a Wii controller. Why? Because she wanted to know who stole the cookies from the cookie jar.
If you were going to sell radioactive cellphones loaded with tritium-from Hiroshima, Japan, no less-you should probably check to make sure that they're not twenty-six times the amount legally allowed. You know, just so you're not arrested by the cops for not having special permission from the Ministry of Science and…
Mechanic Darren Nixon recently got a rude awakening when he was arrested at gunpoint because a bystander and a team of British police both mistook his 4GB Phillps MP3 player for a pistol. Amazingly enough, the ordeal was not cleared up with a simple "It's an MP3 player stupid"—in fact, Nixon was taken back to HQ,…