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A statement on the Sage Gateshead website said: "Unfortunately, due to criminal activity at Gateshead Old Town Hall, Shake, Rattle & Roll
Boyle, "that 'overly polite' and 'heavy breathing' are not sufficient indicators that give rise to a reasonable suspicion of criminal activity.
Performing background checks identifies similar risk factors; if there is a criminal background then the chances of future criminal activity on your property may be higher.
Officers targeted known criminals and their vehicles, along with other vehicles seen in suspicious circumstances, stopping and searching them to prevent criminal activity.
Embassy in Lebanon received detailed information about a threat from criminal activity in the Baalbek area, prompting a warning message to all Americans in the country.
Anyone with information about criminal activity can contact police on 0345 113 5000 or Crimestoppers, in confidence, on 0800 555 111.
For some terrorist groups, criminal activity appears to be an extension of terrorist ideology.
Al Neyadi said street vending has caused some criminal activity.
We selected 25 Medicaid providers with high federal tax debt as case studies for more in-depth investigation of the extent and nature of abuse and criminal activity.
But he acknowledged law enforcement officials' concern that such crews ``have the potential'' to engage in other criminal activity, including forming or joining a street gang.
Multiple financial ledgers (one for legitimate transfers, one for criminal activity, and one possibly for settling accounts)
Specifically, a young adult who has two parents and eats many dinners with his or her family is much less likely to engage in violent criminal activity, while a young person who has friends who smoke, are in a gang, or use drugs is more likely to vandalize property and attack someone.