The police in Iceland want increased monitoring of prostitution and websites which advertise sexual services, according to Snorri Birgisson, detective at the Reykjavík Metropolitan Police.
Former CEO of Glitnir bank Lárus Welding was sentenced yesterday to five years in prison for breach of trust in the so-called Stím Case.
A masseur in his 70s has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for sexual assault against a female client.
The Supreme Court of Iceland has rescinded the 30-day prison sentence handed down by the Reykjanes District Court to a Syrian refugee found guilty of traveling under a false passport.
The Dutch couple, who smuggled narcotics into the country in September via the Norræna ferry from mainland Europe to East Iceland, brought 209,000 MDMA tablets and 10 kilos (22 lbs) of MDMA powder to Seyðisfjörður.
A protest is scheduled for 5:00 pm today in front of the Reykjavík District Court building on occasion of recent verdicts in rape cases in which all the accused were acquitted.
The much-talked-about rape case, in which charges were filed against two men for rape in an apartment in Reykjavík, took a new turn yesterday.
Jóhanna Sigurjónsdóttir, a lawyer for two young women who recently accused two men for rape in an apartment in Reykjavík, intends to charge the lawyer for one of the suspects for leaking confidential information.
An Icelander who spent more than1 17 years behind bars in the US for aggravated assault is back in Iceland, ready to start a new life.
Hundreds of people protested in front of the Reykjavík Police station on Hverfisgata last night, following reports that police had failed to request the detention of two alleged rapists.
The Greater Reykjavík Police are being harshly criticized on social media for their reaction to two charges of of rape.
According to the Directorate of Customs, earlier this year, customs officials discovered cocaine hidden inside calendars.
Two men have been arrested in connection with a robbery in the jewelry store Gullsmiðjan, Hafnarfjörður.
A man in his forties is in police custody, suspected in the killing of a man in an apartment on Miklabraut, Reykjavík, last night.
October 9, six men and one woman from Belarus were expelled from Iceland and barred from reentering the country, because they applied for asylum using falsified passports and stole goods worth millions of ISK.
The Directorate of Tax Investigations in Iceland will begin investigating the tax returns of 30 individuals.
The South Iceland chief of police has charged a man for involuntary manslaughter in the fatal traffic accident which occurred east of Meðallandsvegur by Eldhraun lava field, August 4, 2013.
A 58-year-old Icelander is believed to be one of the ringleaders of a major marijuana plantation in Molina de Segura, Spain.
An individual who broke into a house in Reykjavík district Breiðholt on Tuesday morning accidently left his sweater and parka behind. He now wants the clothes back and is threatening the family who lives there, a couple with two young sons.
The Reykjavík District Court today sentenced three defendants in the Marple Case, but found one of them not guilty.
Yesterday, the Supreme Court of Iceland sentenced Sigurjón Þ. Árnason, former director of Landsbanki, to three and a half years in prison.