Normally, fish is wet and cars are dry. Not today, though.
Police cars in the greater Reykjavík area will be equipped with handguns in special gun safes, beginning mid-December.
Monday, the Northeast Iceland Police confiscated 58 cannabis plants during a house search on a farm in Svarfaðardalur, near Dalvík.
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.
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.
This morning, the Reykjavík District Court sentenced two men and one woman to jail for running the casino Poker and Play in Skeifan, Reykjavík, between 2000 and 2012.
This month, only 59 traffic violations have come to the desk of the National Commissioner of the Icelandic Police.
A three-year-old child died after being hit by a 4x4 in the driveway of a farm in Biskupstungur, South Iceland, Saturday afternoon.
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.
A search is still being conducted for Hörður Björnsson who has been missing since Wednesday morning last week.
Members of SFR Union of Public Servants, the Icelandic Union of Nurses’ Aides and the Police Federation of Iceland planned a protest in front of government offices this morning at 9:15 to demand pay comparable to that of other government workers.
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.
Árni Stefán Jónsson, head of SFR Union of Public Servants, tells Vísir there is no chance an imminent strike will be postponed, even though the state presented a new proposal this morning.
Last week, we reported on an acute police illness, which paralyzed some police stations in the country and interrupted work at others.
A 58-year-old Icelander is believed to be one of the ringleaders of a major marijuana plantation in Molina de Segura, Spain.