Nine people, eight men and one woman, were arrested September 1 in a large steroids raid by police in the greater Reykjavík area.
A woman in her fifties, who was traveling the country with her family, died when she was hit by a boat on wheels at the parking lot outside the service center for Jökulsárlón glacial lagoon in Southeast Iceland yesterday afternoon.
Police in Iceland often have trouble collecting fines from motorists for speeding past speed cameras.
The man who was taken into custody on July 23 on suspicion of having knowingly infected women in Iceland with HIV was yesterday released.
Police in Southwest Iceland set up speed traps on a road at the request of local residents, but were in for a surprise.
After Friday’s cabinet meeting, the Minister of Health’s car drove along the sidewalk and turned on a red light…all in plain sight of television cameras.
“The thing is, we messed up. She shouldn’t have had to wait so long,” says Eyþór Þorbergsson, representative of the chief of police in Akureyri after a woman had to wait nearly six weeks for her request for a restraining order to be processed.
The driver of a motorcycle lost control and crashed on the Reykjavík urban highway of Sæbraut just after 21.00 on Tuesday evening, and it has since come to light he is a regular at the police station.
Two men were arrested yesterday in the vicinity of Höfn, Hornafjörður, in connection with a recent theft from a handicraft store in Blönduós.
Three women sought help at Landspítali National University Hospital in Reykjavík after allegedly being sexually assaulted during Merchants’ Holiday (Frídagur verslunarmanna) festivities in the Westman Islands last weekend.
He’s a guy who is always happy and comes across well with everyone. I don’t believe he knew he had the disease,” says a friend and former housemate of the Nigerian asylum seeker who was remanded in custody yesterday under suspicion of having infected young women with HIV.
The Metropolitan Police has issued a missing person’s alert for 38-year-old Lilja Jóhanna Bragadóttir.
A foreign tourist received an ISK 150,000 (EUR 1,000, USD 1,100) fine for driving off-road east of Hrossaborg crater in the Mývatn area, Northeast Iceland, this week. Another traveler witnessed the particularly severe case of off-road driving and notified the police.
The office of the Special Prosecutor, which was established to investigate the Icelandic banking collapse in 2008, will be shut down at the end of this year, according to legislation passed by Alþingi, the Icelandic parliament, on Tuesday.
A campsite at Jökulsárgljúfur, North Iceland was evacuated last night following the reported sighting of a polar bear in the area.
Talking on the telephone whilst driving increases the driver’s average reaction time by half, and even more than that if he/she is sending a text message.
The fire in pipe factory Set in Selfoss, South Iceland, on Sunday was caused by two nine-year-old boys playing with lighters and inflammatory chemicals. Hundreds of people had to evacuate their homes and one person was taken to hospital with smoke inhalation.
The police in Suðurnes, Southwest Iceland, were called to Keflavík International Airport last weekend to question a woman who had been living there for seven days. Airport workers started suspecting that the woman wasn’t just passing through because she entered the same store every day.
Capital region police arrested the sisters Malín Brand and Hlín Einarsdóttir again yesterday and questioned them in connection to a second charge of extortion leveled against them.
Reykjavík Metropolitan Police closed off a large area surrounding the apartment complexes on Hlíðarhjalli 51-55 in Kópavogur yesterday and forced the evacuation of the building's 150 inhabitants. Police suspected that a man was shooting from a shotgun from his apartment on Hlíðarhjalli 53....
In an interview with the media yesterday, Malín Brand asserted her innocence of the attempted extortion of Prime Minister of Iceland Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson. She claimed that her involvement in the case was limited to being present in the car with her sister, Hlín Einarsdóttir, when the...
Two sisters were arrested on Friday for sending a letter to Prime Minister Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson, demanding that he pay them several ISK million, or else they would publish sensitive information about him.