Crime Times USA

The Crime Times USA web site is online, and selling current digital issues of your favorite weekly paper.

You now have the ability to subscribe online and receive an email every time the digital edition releases and also search for herpes treatment archived issues.

Eventually, we hope to implement a search feature that will allow you to find which issue in which you, a friend, a co-worker, or anyone appeared.

Enjoy

21 comments for “Crime Times USA

  1. October 31, 2013 at 8:12 am

    i want to see mug shots for middle river

    • B@CrimeTimesUSA
      February 17, 2014 at 12:01 pm

      OK, In digital or physical format? Middle river is almost always in the paper barring some freak snowstorm and you can also purchase a digital copy on this website.

  2. November 27, 2013 at 2:33 pm

    While I do not agree with publishing private information, I bought your paper because I was surprised to see the publisher is awake. I do not agree with changes to our Constitution or the infringements forced upon us after 9-11 (Homeland Security, Obamacare, FOIA, etc.).

    Thank you for publishing the articles/advertisements regarding why JFK was assassinated, explaining the Federal Reserve (which I cant believe how many Americans don’t know this is owned and operated by the Banks and not the Federal Government). I hope everyone is reading this information contained in your publication.

    Please continue to wake up Americans so we can take our country back.

    • Jeff Jones
      December 5, 2013 at 12:22 am

      I like the mugshots, don’t agree with the conspiracy theories. The illuminati were noble, they just want to educate people. It’s fundamental religion that wants to hold us back and keep us ignorant

      • B@CrimeTimesUSA
        February 17, 2014 at 11:58 am

        Really Jeff? As the info-graphics we include can be controversial and a form of a weekly snapshot of the activity on the internet, I believe you need to do some more research on the matter. We agree that maybe some of their individual intentions were good but they have obviously morphed into something that does not want to educate people. The debate on this matter is endless and truly important for everyone.

    • B@CrimeTimesUSA
      February 17, 2014 at 12:03 pm

      Right On Dawn! And Thank You!

      • Angela grim
        February 15, 2016 at 1:53 pm

        I want my picture taken off or I’m taking this to court cause I didn’t give permission for u to put my photo in there

    • B@CrimeTimesUSA
      February 17, 2014 at 12:05 pm

      NICE!

  3. nick
    December 6, 2013 at 4:52 pm

    I dont agree posting peoples mugshots. even though it falls under the public domain. I think it unnecessarily puts peoples business out there for everyone to see. I was featured in crime times one week and was subsequently found not guilty of my charges and rightfully so. Even the judge agreed that I did nothing wrong. Thanks for making me look like a perp.

    • Crime Times USA
      February 17, 2014 at 11:49 am

      If to say, “Everything happens for a reason” what did you personally observe and learn from the ordeal?

  4. timber
    January 9, 2014 at 5:52 pm

    While I don’t disagree with the premise and purpose of this magazine, I do have one issue. I was a victim of a violent crime, and fought back in an attempt to protect and save myself. After getting away from my attacker, this man was arrested on class 6 felony assault/strangulation charges. Upon his release on bond, this man then turned around and pressed assault charges on me for fighting back. I am now, as a victim of a violent crime, in your magazine. I find this fact to be very hurtful and shameful. It seems that no consideration is given as to the nature of a person’s charges. It seems more prudent, in an effort to protect the innocent, to wait until a person is convicted to publish mugshots. To echo Nick’s sentiment, thanks for making me look like a perp.

    • Crime Times USA
      January 9, 2014 at 7:50 pm

      Ms. T., we are sympathetic to situations like yours, and no sane person, including us at Crime Time USA, wants to see our criminal justice system misused. Unfortunately, the information that comes to us does not come to us with any back-story. We are adding photos to public (and often already published) arrest logs. It’s very important to us that people understand these are arrest photos only, and not assumptions of guilt (which we post on every page).

      Innocent people are arrested sometimes, and honestly, innocent people are sometimes found guilty. The system isn’t perfect, but our role is to inform the public of goings-on. Attempting to sort through photos and assume guilt or innocence would be serious overreach. We do regret your situation, and situations like yours, including Nick’s.

  5. nick
    January 18, 2014 at 9:31 pm

    I understand at some point the viability of posting the legal goings-on of this area. The mugshots and other information posted therein in the crime times is of public domain and freely open to the public. I think if anywhere that there is a discussion of the usefulness or lack-thereof of a newspaper like this then it should be discussed in this forum. It seems fair at least on some level. Everyone realizes that you are innocent until found guilty or really are we? My fiancé’s ex husband saw me in crime times for my drug charge. Which was dismissed in court because the idiot cop arrested me for possessing my own legally prescribed drugs. The ex husband started calling foul on me and calling me and my fiancé drug addicts. And subsequently tried to keep her kids away from us. Claiming the whole time that he saw me in crime times for drug charges and that both me and my fiancé are drug addicts and doing drugs around the kids. It was a hassle to fight that allegation and a hassle to explain to a judge from a separate county not involved in my original case as to what happened. That I wasn’t a drug addict. That it was the result of an over-zealous cop. And that my charges were dropped because of over whelming evidence in my favor such as my prescription and a strongly lettered word from my doctor to the cop and the judge. I will say I like the advertisements in the crime times. Maybe in some way the crime times points out some of the ridiculous things that people are arrested for in a sort of abstracted way. Locking people up for non-violent drug offenses is stupid. Half the people in crime times are locked up for that very reason. I’m not so sure that it is a good thing that as soon as someone is arrested and as soon as someone’s mugshot is taken. The local jails and police departments are instantly sending the pictures your alls way. When arresting someone, cops literally joke about putting your face in crime times in front of the arrestees and so do jailers. It is no secret that every cop who arrests someone and every jailer who books someone does not think that the person they are imprisoning isn’t guilty as sin. Courts are starting to act the same as well. The burden of proof no longer lies on the state. I’m not so sure that this newspaper makes that sort of assumption any less true. I realize the right to free press, and the right to access of public information. If I encounter someone in my every day life that I think is shady. I know how to use the Virginia case information system to look them up. A lot of people in crime times are guilty and some are not. It really seems to me that it sorta creates a public spectacle out of people’s bad day. Its a money venture though. Your profits are based off people’s curiosity of “who am I gonna see in there tomorrow that I know” type thought process and I’m sure that it sells papers. At some point I can’t blame this paper for its business model because it is clever but at another point there are people like Ms.T and myself that have been done wrong as a secondary consequence of this paper being published. I’m done writing this little book I got going on, just some food for thought.

    • Crime Times USA
      February 17, 2014 at 11:47 am

      Right on Nick! You bring up some great issues.

  6. Cynthia Rodeawald-Grove
    February 16, 2014 at 3:09 pm

    I think a publication like this is small potatoes, yellow journalism. It is demeaning to people in America innocent until proven guilty. Why post a mugshot of someone arrested, when the true story behind it isn’t known. You could ruin a life. This happened to my best friend’s son recently, who is not a criminal, but undergoing bi-polar problems. In the East here in, we don’t use yellow journalism to ruin young lives. Do you know that the US has the most people imprisoned, for petty, biased crimes to encourage political popularity and bring money to the fat cats who run the institutions and their cronies who back them up through local government.
    Shame on you and your publication! I am a former freelance reporter and journalist for local newspapers in Northern NJ. We would not stoop as low as you do down there! I hope my friend sues you!!
    Cynthia Rodeawald-Grove Clifton NJ

    • Crime Times USA
      February 17, 2014 at 11:31 am

      Dear Ms. Rodeawald-Grove:

      We appreciate your comment on our blog, and hope you don’t mind us emailing you. If you wish, we’re happy to post this response publicly on the blog as well.

      I’ll try to keep this short. Our publication is largely a compendium of publicly-available arrest information. The same information we publish is available in newspapers and on Sheriff’s Department websites everywhere. Appearing in the publication simply indicates that an arrest took place, and for us to try to introduce any back-story whatsoever, whether favorable or unfavorable to the accused, would be wholly irresponsible, because it is the job of the courts to suss out the details of the case, and ultimately determine innocence or guilt. We trust that the public at large realizes this, as “innocent until proven guilty” has been taught to most if not all of us, from grade school through adulthood. For those who aren’t aware, however, we do print it at the bottom of the pages in our publication.

      Regarding the number of people confined to prisons for minor infractions, non-violent crimes, and mandatory minimum sentences applied in bogus ways, we are against that. I also don’t believe it’s right to have the prison system privatized for profit. It creates a conflict of interest.

      However, our aim is to keep the local public informed of neighborhood goings on, and people do want to know.

      Regarding your hope that we get sued, it’s a shame that you don’t support our First Amendment right to publish publicly-available information as much as we support your First Amendment right to wish financial and legal harm upon us. That’s an interesting position for a self-proclaimed journalist.

      Thanks again for weighing in. We wish you the best.

      Crime Times USA

    • Crime Times USA
      February 17, 2014 at 11:39 am

      Cynthia,
      Defending your friend’s son is very admirable but it seems obvious that you have NEVER personally read an issue of the paper. Yes we know and acknowledge your statement “Do you know that the US has the most people imprisoned, for petty, biased crimes to encourage political popularity and bring money to the fat cats who run the institutions and their cronies who back them up through local government.” That is the type of information that is published in the paper. The people in our region have chosen which new publication they like as there were three other papers such as ours, one owned by Warren Buffet, and we have ran them out of business by publishing such information as you bring up versus the main stream media’s corrupt style of journalism. I do sympathize with your friends son but all he would have had to do, as many people do, is contact us about the matter. I personally believe everyone has general Bi-polar tendencies to one degree or another otherwise you wouldn’t be human. We try to address the true causes of Societies ills including the corruption within the pharmaceutical industry that is probably directly effecting your friends son. Before you pass judgement I would recommend doing some more homework.
      Regards,

  7. Forrest Jane Cline
    February 26, 2014 at 5:47 pm

    I would like to thank you for bringing Operation American Spring to everyone’s attention by mentioning it in your Crime Times. This peaceful rally will be held in Washington D.C. on May 16th, 2014 and it’s organizer is Ret. Col. Harry Riley. He is asking for millions of people to come to D.C. in support of our Constitution. He is also asking for Obama, Biden, Pelosi, Reed and others to resign. Already one and a half million people have signed up. If we value our freedom, this Nation and our Constitution, “we the people” must take a stand. Everyone, please go to patriotsforamerica.ning.com and read Col. Riley’s letter. Again, thank you Crime Times for your coverage.

  8. Mr. P.
    April 24, 2014 at 3:24 pm

    I was arrested for drunk in public two weeks ago, and I saw my mug in the current publication. I’m not angry at anyone but myself for it; I was sleeping it off on a park bench after having a few and I was in NO shape to go anywhere near my car after leaving the bar. In my case it is what it is….but I just wish I wouldn’t have lost my job because of it.

  9. jre
    June 10, 2014 at 6:35 pm

    hey, do you have a twitter?

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