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Video: Cop rescues bride from wedding day flood

BOGOTA: Police were in the right place at the right time for a bride and groom stranded in New Jersey floodwaters Saturday. More than an inch of rain flooded Bogota, New Jersey, within an hour's time, bringing floodwaters from upstream to more than four feet high, according to police. Due to the quickly rising flood waters, a bride, her new husband and wedding party "got a rough start on things," per the Bogota Police Department. "The fortunate thing is we were able to help them through their first rough patch," the…

Cops save the day after a little boy was robbed selling lemonade

BROOKLYN: A boy belonging from the State of New York set up a lemonade stand to earn some extra buck he sat outside under the sun and after longs hours of hard work he finally was able to earn $20 from his lemonade venture. Happy with his achievement little did Gracen aged 9,  know that he was about to be robbed of his hard earned money by two junior high kids rode their bicycles past his stand and stole the money out of his cup. Gracen’s dad, Mark, told the local radio station “Two junior high kids on bikes drove by…

Cambodian cops eat 92 fighting cocks seized in raid

PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA: Cambodian police ruffled feathers on Thursday after they killed -- and ate -- 92 roosters that were seized earlier this month during a raid on an illegal cockfighting ring allegedly run by a relative of premier Hun Sen. The birds were rounded up by police after they shuttered the two rural cockfighting dens on December 4 and arrested Hun Sen's nephew-in-law Thai Phany. Thai Phany, a Cambodian-Australian citizen, was charged with running an illegal gambling operation -- a rare legal move against a…

Cops among eight held for dealing in illegal arms, fake licences

KARACHI: The Sindh Rangers claimed to have unearthed a gang of criminals including cops, involved in illegal trade of arms and forging fake licences of arms. A Rangers spokesperson said the paramilitary troops initially nabbed a man on suspicion of his involvement in the illegal purchase and sale of arms and forging arms licences for the purpose. During interrogation, the suspect identified as Faizan Khan confessed to the crime, saying that a gang of some eight men has been involved in the illegal trade. Following…