The most common cause of those arrests
was public disorder, with 28 in total.
Of the 72 arrests
, 38 fans were arrested
at the Stadium of Light while 34 were arrested
at away grounds.
How can we hold law enforcement responsible for what they do, or even keep track of prisoners, if we cannot find out who's been arrested
, and the details surrounding their arrest
in a timely matter?
from Jerusalem, 114 arrests
from Nablus, 96 arrests
from Bethlehem, 72
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Table 25 Percent of Offenses Cleared by Arrest
or Exceptional Means by Population Group, 2012 Population group Violent crime TOTAL ALL AGENCIES: Offenses known 1,060,028 Percent cleared by arrest
There is also evidence that the incidence of cardiac arrest
and the mortality associated with this catastrophic event can be improved (2) by implementing rapid response teams as well.
Examples of the causes of deaths occurring during police intervention included excited delirium, positional asphyxia, and cardiac arrest
Despite the risk of another arrest
, Quintanilla keeps coming back to the parking lot in this largely Latino community.
When we arrest
journalists, we would, most of the time, release them in a few hours," he says.
The second section will describe how many of these men resisted arrest
, and will present the evidence of violence against the societies in a new light.
of Father Lu and Father Cheng is yet another [example of] ongoing religious persecution in China," said Joseph Kung, president of the Cardinal Kung Foundation and a nephew of the late Cardinal Kung.
Between 1994 and 2001, the juvenile arrest
rate for Violent Crime Index offenses fell 44 percent.
of a Catholic priest after he opposed corruption in allocation of public land has caused an outcry in Kenya.
The federal agent handcuffed Farouk and announced: "You're under arrest
for a 1995 deportation order.