March 30, 2015

7 Shot at Spring Break Party

Three spring break revelers were critically wounded when a gunman opened fire at a crowded house party on the coast of Florida, authorities said. Seven victims, who included a handful of Alabama A&M University students, were found at the Panama City Beach bash, one of whom had been shot in the head. A desperate spree of 911 calls brought deputies to victims strewn about a home at 5312 Thomas Drive, steps away from the sandy beach. David Jamichael Daniels, 22, fired a handgun into the packed room of dancers, striking seven people. Read more...

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Sorority Member Missing, Purse Found

Friends fear the worst as the search continues for a University of Minnesota sorority member who went missing after a night of bar hopping. Jennifer Houle, 22, was last seen at an off-campus Irish pub, and cops later discovered her purse about three blocks away in the middle of the street, authorities said. The business student and sorority sister of Pi Beta Phi was out with a friend in the Dinkytown neighborhood when they were separated at Blarney Pub & Grill. Read more...

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Remains May Be Missing Mom

Human remains found in rural Georgia woods possibly belong to a mother of three who has been missing for almost two months and told family members she was worried "something was going to happen" to her, police said. The Floyd County Sheriff's Office said there is a "strong possibility" a body found in a wooded area belongs to 24-year-old Ashley Jones, according to Northwest Georgia News. Read more...

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Decomposing Woman's Body Found

The decomposing body of a drug-addled mother of four was found in a Bronx apartment, wrapped in a blanket with her hands bound, police sources said. Officers discovered Milagros Rolan's corpse inside an apartment on Tinton Ave. near E. 168th St., cops said. The 46-year-old Rolan, who appeared to have been dead about a week, lived nearby and would frequently visit a man who lives in the apartment, sources said. Read more...

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Amanda Knox Acquitted Again

Amanda Knox, who plans to return to Italy and write a book on the country's justice system, was acquitted of murder only because she's "American and rich," a former bar owner once falsely accused of murdering British student Meredith Kercher has claimed. The 27-year-old Seattle native, whose murder conviction was overturned by Italy's Supreme Court in the 2007 stabbing of her roommate Meredith Kercher, has always planned to return to Italy and plans on writing a book, her Italian attorney Carlo Dalla Vedova said. Read more...

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Mom Defies Prison Visitation

A New York woman vowed to disobey a judge's orders to send her child to visit his ne'er-do-well father in prison, saying she'd rather go to jail than connect the boy with the biological dad. Vanessa Volino, 35, spoke to reporters in the aftermath of an appeals court ruling that she must send her son Vincenzo Volino, 5, to visit his father, David Kadio, in prison. Volino said she would ignore the recent ruling even if the Court of Appeals upholds it. Read more...




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March 27, 2015

Jury Votes 'Life' in Running Death

A jury is recommending life without parole for an Alabama woman convicted of capital murder in her granddaughter's running death. Jurors rejected prosecutors' pleas for a death sentence for Joyce Hardin Garrard in the February 2012 death of 9-year-old Savannah Hardin. The decision came on a split vote: seven for life, five for death. It came Thursday on Garrard's 50th birthday. Read more...

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Lawyer Says Abduction Was Real

Attorneys for a California man who reported that his girlfriend, Denise Huskins, was kidnapped in what police are now calling a hoax, say the man himself was bound and drugged during the abduction and that it was not made up. Attorney Dan Russo says his client Aaron Quinn, 30, did not immediately call police when his girlfriend, 29-year-old Denise Huskins, was abducted early Monday because at least two kidnappers "forced him to drink something" they said was a drug. Read more...

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Fetal Theft Case Not 'Murder'

The Colorado woman accused of cutting a seven-month-old fetus from the mother's womb will not be charged with murder, the Boulder County District Attorney's Office confirmed. Dynel Lane, 34, who police said likely suffers from a mental illness, lured Michelle Wilkins to her Longmont, Colo. home with a Craigslist ad for baby clothes on March 18 and instead attacked Wilkins. Lane was arrested at Longmont United Hospital after bringing in the dead fetus, telling doctors she suffered a miscarriage. Read more...

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'Family Matters' Star Arrested

A former "Family Matters" star could take better care of his kid. Darius McCrary, whose Eddie Winslow was upstaged by lovable nerd Steve Urkel on the 1990s show, was busted in Michigan for failing to pay child support. An Oakland County judge ordered sheriff's deputies to arrest the former child star during a court appearance, giving McCrary an ultimatum: Pay a $5,500 fine or sit in jail. Read more...

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Missing Spring Breaker Found Dead

A missing spring breaker was found dead in a marsh near a South Padre Island water park, Texas authorities said. Jordan Britten, 20, was wearing just his boxers when cops and cadaver dogs made the grim discovery, a city spokesman said. Investigators previously found marijuana, what appeared to be ecstasy pills and other unknown pills in the Central Texas College student's silver Mazda. Read more...

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Police Chief Arrested on Drug Charges

Fresno's deputy police chief was among four people arrested on federal drug charges, including conspiracy to distribute oxycodone and heroin, authorities said. Deputy Police Chief Keith Foster, 51, was arrested for conspiracy to distribute and/or possess with the intent to distribute oxycodone, heroin and marijuana, the Federal Bureau of Investigations said in a statement. Read more...


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March 26, 2015

Cold Case Indictment Tossed

A Bronx judge tossed an indictment against a man nabbed in a 1993 cold case murder because the accused killer didn't get a chance to tell his tale to a grand jury. Jonathan Jolivert, 46, was arrested by city detectives on Feb. 14 after police said DNA evidence linked him to the killing of Michelle Page, his son's mother. Police said Page, 21, was found dead on the floor of her Bronx apartment with a knife stuck in her neck. Read more...

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'Abducted' Woman Found Safe

Police say Denise Huskins, a 29-year-old woman who was reported abducted from the San Francisco Bay area, has been found safe at a relative's home in Southern California. Huntington Beach police Officer Jennifer Marlatt said in a statement that detectives are at the scene of the relative's Huntington Beach home. Huskins' father told the San Francisco Chronicle in a telephone interview that he received a voicemail from his daughter Wednesday morning saying she had been dropped off at his home in Huntington Beach. Read more...

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Inmate's Death Ruled Homicide

The coroner in Las Vegas says the death of a Nevada state prison inmate by multiple gunshots more than four months ago was a homicide. Clark County Coroner Michael Murphy said Wednesday that 28-year-old Carlos Manuel Perez Jr. died Nov. 12, 2014, at High Desert State Prison of multiple gunshot wounds to the head, neck, chest and arms. Murphy says a homicide ruling means Perez died at the hands of another person. It doesn't establish fault. Read more...

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Murder Target Begged for Life

The two men accused of killing Steven Williams lured him out of his house by telling him his wife was in danger, police say. Under the direction of his wife, who police believe was motivated by suspicions of infidelity, the men drove Williams to a quiet spot under a bridge near the White River in Indianapolis. Once there, the two men let Williams make one final plea to his wife on a cellphone to spare his life, court records say, before she told the pair to "do it." Opal Williams, 35, Rickey King, 56, and Charles Lehman Jr., 20, were all charged in Marion County on Tuesday with murder and conspiracy to commit murder. Read more...

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Doughnut Shop Attacker Arrested

Seattle cops captured a wanted man in connection to last month's violent robbery of a married couple outside their doughnut shop hiding inside a cramped crawl space. The beating left Chea Pol and Heng Hay bloodied and bruised when the 21-year-old suspect attacked them outside their shop south of downtown Seattle. Pol, who fled the Cambodian genocide for the United States with her husband, is glad to hear of a suspect's arrest. Read more...

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Bar Mitzvah Party Goes Topless

A Scottsdale woman is accused of exposing her newly augmented breasts to adults and children, and of performing a sex act on a teenage boy, all at a Bar Mitzvah party. Police in the city near Phoenix say 32-year-old Lindsey Radomski was arrested and is being held on suspicion of sexual conduct with a minor, sexual abuse, felony indecent exposure and misdemeanor exposure. Radomski admitted to officers she remembered exposing her breasts, but said she was too drunk to remember any other encounters. Read more...



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March 25, 2015

Debra Milke Exonerated, Freed

The murder case against an Arizona mother who spent 22 years on death row was dropped, a quarter-century after testimony from a detective with a long history of misconduct helped put her behind bars. A Phoenix judge dropped all charges against Debra Milke and allowed her to remove her electronic-monitoring ankle bracelet, which she has worn since she was freed on bond in 2013. The case against her cannot be reopened, Judge Rosa Mroz ordered. Read more...

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Woman, 30, Kidnapped for Ransom

A 30-year-old California woman was kidnapped from a Bay Area home and is most likely being held for ransom, police said. Denise Louise Huskins was abducted from her boyfriend's Vallejo house at about 1:55 p.m. Her captor also took a white Toyota Camry from the house, Vallejo police said. The car was later found abandoned in an undisclosed location. Huskins is a physical therapist at Kaiser Vallejo Hospital. Read more...

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Theives Swiped 45 Guns From Home

Texas thieves made off with 45 guns including assault rifles when they broke into a collector's home, officials said. Joe Lohmeier was on a trip to Mexico when the robbers raided his Travis County house. The bandits swiped the weapons, 1,000 rounds of ammunition, jewelry and a coin collection a haul totaling $200,000 before he returned home. "There were leaves everywhere. Leaves and dirt, and you could tell people had been tracking through," he said. Read more...

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2 Children Found in Freezer

Two children were found dead inside a freezer in a Detroit home, police said. Authorities found the bodies of the two children, a 14-year-old girl and 11-year-old boy, in an apartment in the city's east side, Detroit Officer Jennifer Moreno said. The children were inside a plastic bag in the freezer, but Moreno said it is unclear how long they were located there. She also declined to comment if the bodies had been dismembered. Read more...

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Adam Lanza's Home Torn Down

The Connecticut home of the man who carried out the 2012 massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary school has been demolished, Newtown officials said. The 2-acre lot where the 3,100-square-foot house once stood in a leafy, suburban neighborhood will be left as open space under a plan approved by town officials. Several neighbors had asked for the building to be taken down, describing it as a constant reminder of the tragedy. Read more...

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Fugitive Nabbed After Posting Location

A Maine man wanted by the cops took to Snapchat to announce he was going back to his home in Fairfield. Which prompted a round of calls to the Somerset County Sheriff's office telling authorities about the social media notes from fugitive Christopher Wallace. Deputies then surrounded the house, which prompted a second text from Wallace, saying he was hiding in a cabinet. Case solved. Wallace, arrested in the cabinet on Monday, was wanted in connection with a January theft of a propane cooking stove and a cast iron wood stove. Read more...

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Dallas Stripper Admits Robbery Plot

A Dallas stripper and her pals spiked a naive teen with a knockout dose of heroin as part of a twisted robbery plot, she admitted. The 27-year-old exotic dancer claimed they wanted only to "incapacitate" the first-time user, but the injection of "China White" proved fatal, federal prosecutors said. Cierra Rounds confessed her role in the wicked scheme to rob Rian Lashley (pictured). Read more...

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Drunk Driving Cop Is Repeat Offender

Officials say an off-duty New Jersey police officer behind the wheel of a car involved in a New York City wrong-way crash that killed another officer and a friend previously had his driver's license suspended for driving under the influence. Motor Vehicle Commissioner spokeswoman Elyse Coffey says Linden Officer Pedro Abad had his license suspended for seven months starting Oct. 16, 2013. Read more...


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March 24, 2015

New Search Set for Lyon Sisters

Virginia authorities said new information has led to a new search effort for the remains of Sheila and Katherine Lyon, who vanished in 1975. Bedford County Sheriff's Office said new leads prompted a renewed search on Taylor's Mountain, but would not release further details. Read more...

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Darren Sharper Gets 9 Years

Darren Sharper, the former NFL safety who traversed the nation drugging women and sexually assaulting them, pleaded guilty to sexual assault in Arizona and no-contest in a California case in which he was accused of raping two women he knocked out with a powerful sedative mixed with alcohol. Facing 33 years on the California charges, Sharper, 39, is expected to serve just nine years of a 20-year prison term after accepting a negotiated settlement that encompasses sentences for crimes in four states. Read more...

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Mugger Bites Woman's Hand

The hunt is on for a toothy New Jersey crook who bit a woman's hand during a bizarre robbery. The foul-mouthed mugger attacked the woman from behind, wrapping her in a bear hug as she took money out of an ATM at a Chase bank in Paterson. The victim struggled toward the door, but the thief yanked her hand to his mouth and bit down before he let her go. Read more...

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Delayed Dinner Prompts Machete Attack

A New Jersey man attacked his wife with a machete because she made him wait for dinner while she poured water for the family pet, authorities said. Mercer County prosecutors allege the enraged husband also fired a fish tank figurine at the woman during the drunken tantrum. But Darryl Camp, 52, was only trying to protect himself from a woman who once ran him over with a car, a defense attorney said. Read more...

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6 Arrested in WalMart Brawl

An Idaho man and two juveniles are among six suspects arrested after a late-night brawl in north-central Arizona left one person dead and two others with gunshot wounds, including a police officer. The name of the person killed wasn't released, but Arizona Department of Public Safety officials said 29-year-old Jeramiah Gaver of Boise was being held on suspicion of aggravated assault. Authorities said a Walmart employee suffered a sprained arm and cuts and other police officers had minor injuries in the melee in the store's parking lot in Cottonwood some 100 miles north of Phoenix. Read more...

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Teacher Busted 3 Times for Drugs

A Pennsylvania teacher's downward spiral took another twist with his third arrest in the month of March. Brian Minick, 39, was parked in the middle of an intersection when Mount Pleasant cops spotted him huffing from an aerosol can. The disgraced fifth-grade teacher had to be pulled out of his pickup truck, and officers confiscated a 10-ounce can of Ultra Duster canned air, authorities said. Read more...



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