With Flint claiming the title as America’s most violent city, Genesee County Sheriff Robert J. Pickell has proposed a new violent crime task force. The joint task force would operate across jurisdictional boundaries and be highly mobile, tackl
A 14-year-old student at Price Middle School in Atlanta was shot in the head or neck on Thursday afternoon. The student was taken to the hospital; his condition has not been officially released, but reports say that he is alert, conscious and breathing.
Law enforcement officer Dan Allen talks about an upcoming workshop on self-defense for women and former Genesee County Prosecutor Art Busch talks about the debate over guns and the 2nd Amendment on The Tom Sumner Program Tuesday January 22 beginning at 3 p
Breaking news out of St. Louis, Missouri, where a student apparently shot a financial adviser in the chest before turning the gun on himself. According to ABC 17 News, it happened on the fourth floor at the Stevens Institute of Business and Arts in downtown St. Louis.
Journalist/Author Jeff Kass ("Columbine - A True Crime Story") talks about what he learned about school shootings like the one in Newtown, CT and another mini-Christmas movie classic Thursday December 20 on The Tom Sumner Program beginning at 3 p
Vigilante hacking group, Anonymous, vows in a video, “we will destroy you,” to the fanatical Westboro Baptist Church, over its planned protest at upcoming funerals for Sandy Hook School shooting victims
Tom's guests include Jody Robinson from the National Organization of Victims of Juvenile Lifers and Ballet Folklorico founder Sue Quintanilla (pictured) recently back from Mexico City talking about immigration and the Presidential elections in the U
Non-violent offenders released from Michigan prisons in 2009 spent 79% more time in prison than those released in 1990 according to a Pew Center study. Austin Attorney Marc Levin (Director, Center for Effective Justice at the Texas Public Policy Foundation) is the Senior Policy Advisor to a group called Right On Crime that is advocating changes that could save Michigan an estimated 472 million dollars
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