Crime Library: Criminal Minds and Methods

Today in Crime History: Kobe Bryant sexual assault case

On July 1, 2003, a 19-year-old hotel employee reported to police that Bryant had sexually assaulted her in his room. A look back at the case in photos.

Pro athletes: From victors to victims

Fame, fortune and world-class fitness prove no defense against legal troubles and violent crime for athletes off the field.

Professional athletes and performance un-enhancing drugs

Even the most dedicated athletes sometimes get caught using some performance-inhibiting substances.

Crime Library’s Super Bowl breakdown

With Super Bowl XLVIII pitting the Seattle Seahawks against the Denver Broncos nearly upon us, it seems like the perfect time to break down the teams Crime Library-style. No predictions, mind you, just all the legal troubles, arrests and shenanigans.

Pro football DUI wall of shame

It’s September once again which means woe for kids going back to school and joy for most sports fans as a new NFL season begins. For the players, the season brings hope that good football will erase the following mishaps from popular memory, but we at Crime Library remember …

Slideshow: Personal fouls

It seems that being excellent at running and jumping doesn’t equal being good at avoiding legal trouble. A look at the arrest records of pro athletes in photos.

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