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.
A Dutch woman, Mirjam Foekje van Twuijver, was today sentenced to eleven years in prison for smuggling almost 20 kilos of drugs to Iceland on Good Friday this year.
Today, the Supreme Court of Iceland confirmed that a man in his thirties be detained on suspicion of having caused the death of a man in his fifties at a home in Akranes, West Iceland, last Friday.
An uninvited visitor entered, closed the door behind him, ruffled feathers for hours, left one hen dead, and left the scene flying.
An Icelandic woman accused of attempted murder in Hungary has been released from her duties as physician at the Health Care Institution of South Iceland.
Two Icelanders and two Dutch citizens in their twenties and thirties are in police custody after dozens of kilos of strong narcotics were found in a car September 28.
There are indications human trafficking may be connected to sex service in so-called “Champagne clubs” in Reykjavík.
Yesterday, police and custom control confiscated close to a hundred kilos of a white substance as the ferry Norræna reached harbor in Seyðisfjörður.
The Reykjavík Metropolitan Police has solved the case of a watch and jewelry store robbery in Hafnarfjörður last month.
Nine people, eight men and one woman, were arrested September 1 in a large steroids raid by police in the greater Reykjavík area.
Sigurður Ingi Þórðarson—better known as Siggi ‘the Hacker’—this morning confessed in court to charges of sexual abuse brought against him by nine teenage boys.
The Directorate of Internal Revenue (DIR) believes organized tax fraud related to the construction industry amounted to ISK two billion (USD 15.4 million, EUR 13.6 million) last year.
The District Court of West Iceland yesterday sentenced a thieving father and son duo to three months of probation for a recent series of thefts and break-ins.
Police investigation has revealed that Scots, who on their website bragged about their off-road driving in Iceland, exaggerated their adventures.
Two men were arrested yesterday in the vicinity of Höfn, Hornafjörður, in connection with a recent theft from a handicraft store in Blönduós.