January 31, 2014

Amanda Knox Convicted Again

An appeals court in Florence convicted Amanda Knox and her former boyfriend of murder for the second time in the 2007 death of Knox's British roommate in the Italian university town of Perugia. Knox was sentenced to 28 years and six months in prison. Raffaele Sollecito was sentenced to 25 years. This was Knox and Raffaele Sollecito's third trial for the murder of Meredith Kercher and it spanned four months. Deliberations lasted more than 11 hours. Read more...

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Jury Deadlocked in 1974 Iowa Murder

A judge has declared a mistrial in the case of a man charged with first-degree murder in the 1974 slaying of a 17-year-old girl at an Iowa farmhouse. Judge Richard Meadows declared the mistrial Thursday after jurors couldn't reach a verdict in the case against 67-year-old Robert "Gene" Pilcher. The 12-member jury had been deliberating for a week. Read more...

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Murder Suspects Held Without Bond

Two men who are accused of killing a Warren County man were in court to face a charge of aggravated murder. Austin Myers and Timothy Mosley, both 19, stabbed, choked, and shot 18-year-old Justin Back, according to investigators with the Warren County Sheriff's Office. According to court documents, Myers confessed to the killing. Read more...

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Justin Bierber Tested Positive

The toxicology report on the "Baby" singer's pee sample shows he had marijuana and prescription medication in his system during his alleged drag racing DUI in Miami Beach. The voluntary urine sample came back dirty for THC and Alprazolam, also known as Xanax, the source said. The results back up the police claim that a "talkative" and "cocky" Bieber admitted consuming pot, alcohol and prescription medication before getting behind the wheel of his loaner Lamborghini last week. Read more...


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January 30, 2014

55 Found Buried at Boys School

Researchers have uncovered the remains of 55 bodies at a former Florida reform school where only 31 official burials were reported during the school's 111-year history. The remains were found in and around a graveyard at the Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys in Marianna, Florida. Read more...

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Missouri Man Executed for 1991 Slaying

Missouri has executed a man who was convicted of killing a jeweler during a 1991 robbery. It was the state's third lethal injected in as many months. Herbert Smulls had been scheduled to die at 12:01 a.m. Wednesday, but the U.S. Supreme Court issued a temporary stay late Tuesday. Wednesday saw numerous appeals from Smulls' attorney questioning the secretive nature of how the state obtains the execution drug, but all were denied. Read more...

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Bustamante Wants to Undo Plea

A Missouri woman who wrote that killing a young neighbor was "pretty enjoyable" now wants a judge to overturn her guilty plea. Alyssa Bustamante was to appear in court for a hearing on whether to set aside her plea in the 2009 slaying of 9-year-old Elizabeth Olten. Bustamante was 15 at the time. She wrote in her diary that killing was "ahmazing" and "pretty enjoyable." Read more...

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Killer Teen Faces 2nd Rape Charge

A 15-year-old Massachusetts boy charged with killing his math teacher is returning to court for arraignment on a second rape charge. Philip Chism is charged in the October killing of Colleen Ritzer, a 24-year-old teacher at Danvers High School. Chism has pleaded not guilty to charges of rape, robbery and murder. He was indicted last week on the initial rape charge. In court documents filed last week, state police say Chism admitted killing Ritzer, but denied raping her. Read more...

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Holmes Jury to Get Limited Info

The judge in the Colorado theater shooting case says jurors will be informed that the state executes prisoners by lethal injection, but will be told nothing else about how the death penalty is carried out. In a ruling the judge granted a prosecution motion to limit what jurors are told about executions if defendant James Holmes is convicted. Read more...

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Man Sentenced in Dismemberment Case

A 73-year-old Detroit man has been sentenced to 10 to 20 years in prison in the dismemberment of a still-unidentified woman whose remains were found in his bathtub. Alphonso Jackson was sentenced in Wayne County Circuit Court. He pleaded guilty this month to second-degree murder, concealing the death of an individual and tampering with evidence. Read more...

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Man Kills 2 Women With Hammer

A 44-year-old New York man is accused of beating his girlfriend and her 25-year-old daughter to death with a hammer inside their New York City home. Carlos Amarillo is charged with two counts of murder and two counts of criminal possession of a weapon, police said. Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said Amarillo called 911 and said he killed the two women because he believed they were witches. Read more...

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Fugitives Arrested Fleeing in Canoe

Police officers arrested two fugitives with outstanding warrants after they tried to flee by canoe down the Withlacoochee River in Florida. Police located Garrett Eure and Jessie Bryant, both 23, after initially seeking out Bryant, who was wanted in St. Lucie County on warrants for burglary of a dwelling with assault, and battery by strangulation. Read more...

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Teen Surrenders After Shooting Sister

Police in California say a 14-year-old boy wanted in connection with the shooting death of his older sister has turned himself in. Oakland police spokeswoman Officer Johnna Watson said the teen was accompanied by several family members, including his father, when he surrendered at Oakland Police Department headquarters. Read more...




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January 29, 2014

Woman Charged in Baby's Death

A Plano, Texas woman has been charged with suffocating her boyfriend's daughter. Melinda Lynn Muniz has been charged with capital murder in the death of 2-year-old Grace Lillian Ford after an autopsy revealed that the woman's story about what happened to the child did not add up. Read more...

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Missouri Execution Temporarily Stayed

The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to rule Wednesday on two petitions regarding Missouri death row inmate Herbert Smulls, whose execution has been temporarily stayed. The order was sent out late Tuesday evening, about two-and-a-half hours before Smulls was scheduled to die at 12:01 a.m. Wednesday. Missouri statutes allow executions to occur at any time of the scheduled day. If the U.S. Supreme Court ultimately decides in favor of the state, the execution could occur later Wednesday. Read more...

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Cops Try to Identify Decapitated Man

Authorities in Wyoming are seeking the public's help in identifying a a man whose decapitated body was found in a remote area in the northwestern part of the state. The Park County Sheriff's Office said that authorities are pursuing dozen of leads in the case but still have not identified the victim, who was found Jan. 9 by a man and his son while they were on a duck-hunting trip. Read more...

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More Remains Found at Reformatory

The remains of 55 people have been unearthed from a graveyard at a former reform school with a history of abuse, researchers said. University of South Florida researchers began excavating the graveyard at the now-closed Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys in September. The dig finished in December. Official records indicated 31 burials at the Marianna site, but researchers had estimated there would be about 50 graves. Read more...

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Kidnapped Girl Calls for Help

A 15-year-old girl on her way to school was kidnapped by three masked teenage boys armed with a gun who put her in the trunk of a car, law officers said. But the girl had her cellphone, called for help and identified one of the kidnappers as an ex-boyfriend, police said. The Washington State Patrol stopped the stolen car about two hours later. Read more...

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Teens Held for Killing Father, Brother

From the beginning, the details of the shooting deaths of Uwe Rushing and his 13-year-old son, Stefan, in their Lawton, Oklahoma, home did not seem to add up, police said. At first, Thorsten Gunter Rushing, 18, the son and brother of the victims, told police that two black men -- one of them armed -- forced their way into the home early on January 20 before Rushing chased them away with a shotgun, police said. Later, the intruders were described as white and Hispanic. Though the gunman was described as running through the house while firing his weapon, police said, not a single item in the home appeared to be knocked over. Read more...


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January 28, 2014

Teen Gets Life in Skylar Neese Case

A West Virginia teenager has been given a life sentence for conspiring with another friend to lure 16-year-old Skylar Neese out of her house then stabbing her to death. In exchange for her first-degree murder guilty plea, Shelia Eddy may be eligible for parole after serving at least 15 years in prison. Read more...

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Nagin's Bribery Trial Opens

Jury selection began in the trial of former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin, who faces charges that he accepted bribes and free trips among other things from contractors in exchange for helping them secure millions of dollars in city work. Nagin, a Democrat who was mayor when Hurricane Katrina stuck in 2005, served two terms before leaving office in 2010. He was living in a Dallas suburb when a federal grand jury indicted him a year ago. Read more...

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Jodi Arias' Defense Tops $2 Million

Jodi Arias' legal bills have topped $2 million, a tab that's being paid by Arizona taxpayers and will continue to climb with a new penalty phase set for March. Maricopa County spokeswoman Cari Gerchick tells The Associated Press the county has paid nearly $2.2 million for her court-appointed attorneys, expert witnesses and other costs associated with Arias' defense. Read more...

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Oklahoma Sticks With Execution Drugs

Oklahoma has no plans to review its lethal injection protocol even though two inmates executed this month complained as the drugs began to flow through their bodies. Michael Lee Wilson, who was executed Jan. 9, said he felt his "whole body burning" within 20 seconds of receiving the injection. Kenneth Eugene Hogan, who was executed Thursday, complained of a metallic taste in his mouth seconds after his injection. Read more...

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Did Lawyer Coach Condemned Man?

An attorney for a condemned Ohio inmate whose slow, gasping execution with a new drug combination renewed criticism of the death penalty was temporarily suspended last week while officials investigated whether he had coached the condemned man to fake symptoms of suffocation. The Office of the Public Defender said Robert Lowe, one of the attorneys representing inmate Dennis McGuire, was back at work Monday after an internal review failed to substantiate the allegation. Read more...

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Grand Jury Indicts Charlotte Officer

A grand jury has indicted a North Carolina police officer for voluntary manslaughter in the shooting of an unarmed man. The panel handed down the indictment against Charlotte Officer Randall Kerrick, hours after a judge ruled the North Carolina Attorney General's office could resubmit the case. A separate grand jury declined to indict Kerrick last week. Read more...

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Shooting Suspect Used Baby as Shield

A gunman used his baby son as a shield while he fired at deputies, who did not return fire until after the man's ex-girlfriend took the child away from him, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said. The 43-year-old man was hit by multiple gunshots but was expected to survive, a department statement said. Read more...

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Missing Teen Charged With Murder

A 19-year-old woman who was missing for more than a week has been found alive in Florida and charged with first-degree murder in the death of her former roommate, authorities said. Sarah Brooke Gonzales McLinn's disappearance led to the discovery of 52-year-old Harold M. Sasko's dead body on Jan. 17 in the home they shared in Lawrence, Kan. His vehicle was reported missing. Read more...

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22 Deaths Blamed On 'Theraflu' Heroin

At least 22 people in Western Pennsylvania, including 15 in Allegheny County have now been killed by a deadly mix of heroin and the narcotic Fentanyl. Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane made that announcement. Together the drugs are creating an extremely dangerous and potentially lethal combination for users. Read more...

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Omar Rodriguez Charged With DUI

Authorities say a New York Yankees pitching prospect has been arrested for drunken driving in Tampa. Police say 21-year-old Omar Luis Rodriguez was pulled over and charged with driving under the influence. Hillsborough County jail records show he was later released on $500 bail. Tampa officers reported Rodriguez was driving a red Mercedes the wrong direction on a one-way street. Tests determined his blood-alcohol to be 0.10 percent. Florida law considers a driver impaired at 0.08 percent. Read more...


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January 27, 2014

3 Dead in Maryland Mall Shootings

Police have identified the shooter who walked into a Maryland mall skate store and killed two employees before turning the gun on himself, but there are still a lot of unanswered questions for investigators. Police said the shooter was Darion Marcus Aguilar, 19. Read more...

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The Secrecy Behind Execution Drugs

The sharpest battles over capital punishment are being fought over the identity of the drugs officials seek to use in lethal injections, how those drugs are manufactured and obtained by executioners, and the obligations state officials have to share material information about the drugs with death-row inmates and the rest of the world. Late Friday, in a case out of Missouri, the Eighth U.S Circuit Court of Appeals rendered the most significant ruling yet to come out of these battles. Read more...

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Iowa Man Arrested in 1998 Cold Case

Authorities in Indiana have charged an Iowa man with murder in connection with the 1998 killing of a 19-year-old woman who was found stabbed to death in a western Indiana home where she had been housesitting. Clinton Mackey, 33, of Vinton, Iowa, was being held without bond at the Vigo County Jail less than six months after authorities reopened the investigation into the murder of Erika Case, the Vigo County Sheriff's Office said. Read more...

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Teen Indicted on New Charge of Raping Teacher

A 15-year-old Massachusetts boy was indicted on an additional count of aggravated rape in connection with the death of his high school math teacher, authorities said. Philip Chism pleaded not guilty last December to murder, aggravated rape and robbery charges stemming from the killing of Colleen Ritzer, 24, on October 22 in the girls' bathroom of Danvers High School. Police said a box cutter Chism had taken to school was the murder weapon. Read more...

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When Marijuana Grew Wild in NY

In the summer of 1951 New York City was a marijuana jungle. From underpasses in the Bronx to empty lots on Avenue X, 10 foot tall Cannabis sativa plants could be seen all around the city. Weed grew everywhere, with seven foot high plants sprouting in fields from Williamsburg to Cobble Hill to East New York. Read more...

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Josh Brent Gets 180 Days

Former Dallas Cowboys player Josh Brent has been sentenced to 180 days in jail and 10 years' probation for the crash that killed his teammate Jerry Brown Jr. Brent was found guilty of intoxication manslaughter. He faced up to 20 years in prison. Read more...

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Florida Rep. Radel to Resign

Florida Rep. Trey Radel, a first-term Republican congressman who was convicted on cocaine possession charges, will resign from Congress. Radel's future in Congress had been in question following his guilty plea to misdemeanor cocaine possession after being arrested in Washington, D.C. in November, and a subsequent leave of absence from his official duties to attend rehab. Read more...


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January 24, 2014

Men Deny Responsibility in Spierer Case

Two men accused of giving alcohol to an Indiana University coed before she disappeared in June 2011 have filed papers in federal court claiming they were not in anyway responsible for her disappearance. Jason Rosenbaum and Corey Rossman said they had no control or had any right to control the 20-year-old Lauren Spierer on the night she vanished. Read more...

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Oklahoma Executes Man for 1988 Stabbing

An Oklahoma man has been executed for the 1988 stabbing death of an Oklahoma City woman who was a family friend. Prison officials say 52-year-old Kenneth Eugene Hogan received a lethal injection Thursday at the Oklahoma State Penitentiary in McAlester for the murder of Lisa Stanley. It was the second execution in Oklahoma this month. Read more...

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Feds Charge 5 in 1978 Lufthansa Heist

The infamous 1978 Lufthansa heist became a case so cold that investigators once needed two days to thaw the frozen body of a murdered suspect. Thirty-five years later, with the help of four informants, the feds finally busted the last "Goodfella" standing in the $6 million robbery immortalized in the Martin Scorsese mob movie. Old-school gangster Vincent Asaro, 78, was among five Bonanno family members rounded up Thursday morning in an FBI organized crime sweep. Read more...

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Convicted Abuser Charged With Murder

A Hopkins man has been indicted on first-degree murder charges in Dakota County in the death of a 4-year-old Burnsville boy. William Alphonso Warr, 25, had been the boyfriend of the child's mother. He wasn't supposed to be seeing the woman or her children because of an order for protection against him. The child, Key'ontay Miller Peterson, was found dead in a Burnsville apartment June 11 after police and paramedics responded to a call that he wasn't breathing. Read more...

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Kerry Kennedy Wants DUI Dismissed

Kerry Kennedy is asking again for the dismissal of her drugged-driving case. The charge stems from a 2012 highway collision outside New York City that Kennedy blames on her accidentally taking a sleeping pill. Her lawyer said after a court session Thursday that he asked the judge to reconsider a previous judge's refusal to dismiss. He says the prosecution recently acknowledged it has no evidence Kennedy took the pill on purpose. Read more...

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Justin Bieber Arrested for DUI

Justin Bieber was arrested in Miami Beach and charged with DUI, resisting arrest and having an expired driver's license. The pop star was busted after he was observed drag racing. This is the first time Bieber has been arrested. Fellow musician Khalil Sharieff was the other drag racer, driving a red Ferrari. Read more...


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January 23, 2014

Robber Faces Capital Murder Charge

Texas police have charged an 18-year-old man with capital murder after a convenience store clerk was found shot to death by a delivery person. Colten Jon Moore, who lives less than a mile from the 7-Eleven store that was robbed, has been charged with the murder of store clerk Yosef Tulu. Read more...

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Texas Executes Man Despite Opposition

A Mexican national was executed Wednesday night in Texas for killing a Houston police officer, despite pleas and diplomatic pressure from the Mexican government and the U.S. State Department to halt the punishment. Edgar Tamayo, 46, received a lethal injection for the January 1994 fatal shooting of Officer Guy Gaddis, 24. Asked by a warden if he had a final statement, he mumbled "no" and shook his head. Read more...

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Mexican National's Execution Delayed

The execution of a Mexican national was at least temporarily put on hold as the U.S. Supreme Court considered appeals to keep 46-year-old Edgar Tamayo from the Texas death chamber. Tamayo's execution had been scheduled for 6 p.m. CST Wednesday for the slaying 20 years ago of a Texas police officer, Guy Gaddis, 24. Read more...

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Woman Charged in Nightclub Death

A 25-year-old mother charged with beating a woman to death outside of an Orange County nightclub pleaded not guilty to murder. Her attorney said she was a victim of a brawl not a killer. Vanesa Zavala of Santa Ana stood with eyes downcast and hands clasped in front of her as her lawyer entered the plea in Superior Court. Read more...

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O'Mara to Defend Accused Rapist

The Florida attorney who successfully defended George Zimmerman after he fatally shot an unarmed teen has been hired to represent a fireman accused by several women of rape. A spokesman for Mark O'Mara confirmed that the attorney is representing Terry Freeman II. The Deltona firefighter faces several charges of sexual battery. That is what Florida uses to stand for rape charges. Read more...

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Police: Father's Motive Was Jealousy

New York City prosecutors say a 29-year-old man hugged and kissed his two young daughters before stabbing them to death and killing their mother. Prosecutors say Miguel Mejia-Ramos rifled through his wife's phone and Facebook page and snapped when he saw an image of her with another man. Prosecutors say he grabbed a knife and stabbed 21-year-old Deisy Garcia to death, then killed 2-year-old Daniela and 1-year-old Yoselin. Read more...

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Girl, 14, Accused in Death of 11-Year-Old

Authorities in suburban Chicago say a 14-year-old girl is in custody for the death of an 11-year-old girl who lived in her home. The Lake County State's Attorney's office said they've approved a first-degree murder charge against the teenager in the killing of the younger girl. Read more...

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Suicide Note Solves Homicide Case

The mystery behind the 2013 murder of a pregnant woman in Hawaii has been solved, police say, after authorities found a note left behind by her boyfriend confessing to the killing before he hanged himself. The body of Brittany-Jane Royal, 25, was discovered floating in the waters off Kalapana, Hawaii, on May 28, 2013, and authorities suspected that her boyfriend, 22-year-old Boaz Johnson, was behind the murder. Read more...

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Teen Girl Charged in Strangulation Case

A 16-year-old girl who police say strangled a man during an apparent sex act has been charged as an adult with second-degree murder, authorities said. Jason Ash, 43, was found dead in a Glendale apartment. According to court records, he was discovered lying on his back on a bed with an electrical cord around his neck and cuts to his face, arms and body. Read more...

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Josh Brent Guilty of Intoxication Manslaughter

Former Dallas Cowboys player Josh Brent was convicted of intoxication manslaughter for a fiery wreck that killed his teammate and close friend, Jerry Brown. Brent, 25, showed no reaction when he learned the verdict. He was led from the courtroom in handcuffs in front of crying family members who were in the front row of the courtroom gallery. He faces up to 20 years in prison, although he could also get probation. Read more...


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January 22, 2014

Man Arrested in Deaths of Family

A New York man who was the subject of a nationwide manhunt after his wife and two children were found stabbed to death has been arrested on an Interstate highway in Texas. Miguel Mejia-Ramos was apprehended on I-10 between Houston and San Antonio apparently headed to Mexico, police said. Read more...

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1 Dead in Purdue Shooting

A 21-year-old teaching assistant at Purdue University has been identified as the student who was shot and killed by a fellow student on campus. Police said Andrew Boldt of Wisconsin was shot dead when Cody M. Cousins opened fire in the West Lafayette school's electrical engineering building around noon. "He appeared to have been targeted," said Purdue University Police Chief John Cox of the bright senior who was studying electrical engineering. Read more...

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Nightclub Beating Victim Declared Dead

A 23-year-old woman kicked and beat during a brawl outside a California nightclub has died - hours after new video of the mayhem emerged as cops search for her attackers. The beating left Kim Pham brain dead and police announced the woman had been taken off life support. Read more...

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3 Charged in LA-Area Wildfire

Three men were charged in federal court with causing a wildfire in the Southern California mountains that destroyed five homes and injured six people. Clifford Henry Jr., 22, of Glendora, and two homeless men Steven Aguirre, 21, and Jonathan Jarrell, 24 were charged with unlawfully setting a campfire, and each could face up to five years in prison if convicted, according to a statement from the U.S. attorney's office. Read more...

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Central Park Jogger Lawsuit on Hold

A federal magistrate judge has put the decade-old Central Park jogger case on hold so the parties can work toward a settlement. The $250 million lawsuit was filed on behalf of five black and Hispanic people convicted in 1990 of raping and beating a white woman jogging in the park a year earlier. Read more...


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January 21, 2014

Heather Elvis Reward Raised

The father of a missing 20-year-old South Carolina woman, who has not been seen since December 17, has raised the reward offered for information in her case to $30,000. Hundreds of volunteers have helped search for Heather Elvis, who was last seen around 2:30 a.m. at her Myrtle Beach home. Read more...

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Two Arrested in Target Hack

Authorities investigating the massive holiday-season hack into Target Corp.'s systems arrested two Mexicans trying to enter the U.S. in McAllen, Texas, with scores of fraudulent credit cards. The arrests of Daniel Dominguez Guardiola and Mary Carmen Vaquera Garcia may indicate that stolen information from as many as 110 million Target customers is making its way through U.S. stores through small groups of shoppers with fraudulent cards. Read more...

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Mom, 2 Toddlers Fatally Stabbed

Police were seeking to question the father of two young girls after they and their mother were found stabbed to death in their home. The bodies of 21-year-old Deisy Garcia, 2-year-old Daniela Mejia and 1-year-old Yaslin Mejia were discovered in an apartment in the Jamaica section of Queens on Sunday night, police said. They were stabbed multiple times in the chest and torso and found in a bedroom, police said. Read more...

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5-Year-Old Cleveland Girl Shot

Cleveland police are hunting for a gunman suspected of shooting and killing a 5-year-old girl who was sitting in a vehicle with her mother. Authorities say the shooting happened on the city's west side. They say a man in a green SUV pulled up to the vehicle, got out and opened fire, striking the two victims. He then fled. The girl, identified as Jermani Brooks, was killed. Her 33-year-old mother was in fair condition at MetroHealth Medical Center. Read more...

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Man Charged With Murder of 2-Year-Old

A Winnie man was charged with the murder of his 2-year-old stepdaughter, according to the Chambers County Sheriff's Office. Kristopher James "Bubba" Redd, 23, faces a capital murder charge. Deputies responded to the 200 block of West Elm for a medical call, but Redd had already fled the scene, according to the release. Emergency medical technicians attempted to resuscitate the child, who was transported to Winnie Community Hospital where further revival attempts were unsuccessful. Read more...


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January 20, 2014

Home Invasion Suspect Arrested

A 22-year-old Long Island, New York man has been arrested in connection with a deadly December 8 home invasion robbery. Paul Batterson Jr. of East Moriches, has been charged in the fatal shooting of Francisco Pirir and the wounding of another man. Read more...

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Casey Anthony 'Murderabilia' on Sale

A website dedicated to selling macabre memorabilia is now hawking the personal items of Casey Anthony, the Florida mom acquitted in the murder of her 2-year-old daughter Caylee. Serial Killers Ink, which specializes in "murderabilia," is selling several pairs of Anthony's pants, as well as her purses. Read more...

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Fugitive Husband Nabbed in Florida

A fugitive from San Bernardino County in California has surrendered to FBI officials in Tampa, Fla., authorities reported Saturday afternoon. Edly Atherley, age 29, was arrested on a federal warrant to flee prosecution, FBI spokeswoman Laura Eimiller said. He was booked by the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Department. Read more...

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Wyoming Considers Firing Squads

A Wyoming lawmaker is pushing to allow use of the firing squad to execute condemned state inmates if constitutional problems or other issues ever prevented the state from using lethal injection. Sen. Bruce Burns, R-Sheridan, said Monday that state law currently calls for using a gas chamber if lethal injection is unavailable. Read more...

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Man Who Shot Burgler Charged

A Florida man arrested for chasing down and fatally shooting - a suspected burglar in Orlando is claiming self-defense in what legal experts say is likely to become the latest Florida "stand your ground" case. Claudius Smith, 32, is being held without bail on charges of second-degree murder with a firearm in connection with bloody events that occurred earlier this week at the Fountain at MetroWest apartments. Read more...

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Killer Mom Feared the Devil

A police captain says a Maryland woman accused of killing her two children has told investigators that she thought an exorcism was necessary to remove the presence of the devil. Capt. Marcus Jones of the Montgomery County police department said that Zakieya Latrice Avery made the statements during interviews with police. Jones says another woman charged in the killings, Monifa Denise Sanford, has made similar statements. Read more...

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Mall Robbers Use Guns, Sledgehammers

Police say five men with guns and sledgehammers entered a crowded Tennessee mall to rob a jewelry store. Customers took cover amid the sound of breaking glass as the men targeted Reed's Jewelers. A police news release says no injuries were reported. Read more...

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Man Shoots Son in Chest

A 67-year-old St. Clair man is charged with allegedly shooting his son in the chest during an argument. Deputies say Charles Crow got in an argument with 39-year-old Nathaniel Crowe after he came over to retrieve a vehicle. Read more...

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New Tips in Isabel Celis Case

A door-to-door effort launched this week in the case of a Tucson girl who disappeared from her bedroom more than 18 months ago has yielded some possible tips, police said. Officers expect to finish talking to residents Saturday in the area where 6-year-old Isabel Mercedes Celis lived, Sgt. Pete Dugan said. Read more...


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January 17, 2014

San Jose Arson Suspect Arrested

San Jose, California authorities believe they have arrested a 48-year-old man who is responsible for setting a series of at least 13 fires in the downtown area in less than a week. Patrick William Brennan is being held in lieu of $1 million bond at the Santa Clara County Jail. Read more...

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Ohio Executes Convicted Killer

Dennis McGuire, who admitted to raping and killing a pregnant woman named Joy Stewart in 1989, was put to death in an Ohio prison Thursday morning. He was the first U.S. inmate to be executed using a new combination of drugs, midazolam and hydromorphone, which his attorneys had called an untested and inhumane method of capital punishment. Read more...

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Man Acquitted in 1987 Murder

Loved ones of a Brooklyn teen who was fatally stabbed 27 years ago burst into tears when her accused killer was cleared by jurors who later said they were convinced of his guilt but lacked enough evidence. The stunning verdict came in the trial of Edwin Alcaide, 54, who was charged with the murder of Lissette Torres, 19, on New Year's Day 1987. His DNA was found under her fingernails; he had scratches on his face a day later and was the last person seen with her. Read more...

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Man Arrested in Moon Lake Killing

A New Port Richey man was arrested in the stabbing death of Antonio Rangel, 20, a former star athlete at Gulf High School whose body was found early Wednesday on the side of a rural road in the Moon Lake area. Pasco sheriff's deputies say Thomas Lesher, 31, stabbed Rangel to death during a drug deal. Read more...

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3 Dead in Grocery Store Shooting

Employees at an Indiana grocery store helped lead terrified customers outside as a gunman prowled around the aisles, shooting and killing two people before he was taken out by police, authorities say. Indiana State Police Sgt. Trent Smith said the gunman, Shawn Walter Bair, 22, was a regular at Martin's Super Market in Elkhart, and that there never have been any problems with him in the past. Smith credited Elkhart police and store employees for a quick response to the shooting, saying their actions saved lives. Read more...

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'Granny Law' Sentence Reduced

A woman who was convicted of punching a Walmart greeter in Batavia had her sentenced reduced in court. Jacquetta Simmons was sentenced to five years behind bars last year for punching a Walmart greeter in the face. But a judge determined that sentence was too harsh. Simmons was caught on camera punching Grace Suozzi as she worked at Walmart, Christmas Eve of 2011. Suozzi was 70 years old at the time. Read more...

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Two Charged in Safeway Armed Robbery

Federal prosecutors have charged two men who they say robbed a Safeway grocery store in Old Town Alexandria at gunpoint late last year and shot at a customer as they fled to a waiting getaway vehicle. Calvin Leon Lewis, 29, of D.C., and Ray Allen Dicks Jr., 23, of Maryland, were charged with conspiracy, interference with commerce by robbery and other related counts in an indictment that was unsealed Thursday in federal district court in Alexandria. Read more...


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January 16, 2014

Conrad Murray's Conviction Upheld

A state appeals court has upheld the involuntary manslaughter conviction of the doctor who was found responsible for the death of pop singer Michael Jackson. The California 2nd District Court of Appeal ruled that there was substantial evidence of Conrad Murray's guilt presented at his six-week trial. Read more...

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Woman Claims She Was Held 6 Months

A 34-year-old Minnesota man has been arrested after his ex-girlfriend claimed he kidnapped her and kept her hostage in a Nevada motel for six months. Jason Greniger is being held without bond for the kidnapping of 26-year-old Sheena Herschbach after abducting her in California. Read more...

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Murder Suspect Found Hanged

A man identified by authorities as a murder suspect hanged himself in a Texas City apartment where had barricaded himself with his girlfriend, police said. The man had been holed up for hours in a unit at the Windsor Estate apartments. Officers and federal marshals tried to serve an arrest warrant in connection with a Harris County murder case, police said. His girlfriend, originally believed to be a hostage, ultimately was found to be an "active participant," police said. She left a barricaded bedroom and was arrested. Read more...

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Rangers Search for Suspect in Smokies

Rangers in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park are searching for a man wanted for murder in Pinellas County, Florida. Investigators believe James Quilliams, 40, may have been dropped off near Gatlinburg by a woman who was arrested for a DUI at 6:45 a.m. by the Pigeon Forge Police Department. Officers alerted local law enforcement agencies to be on the lookout for Quilliams by 9:00 a.m. Read more...

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Man Guilty of Shooting 3 Children

A Houston man has pleaded guilty to capital murder for the shooting deaths of his three children in 2010 when he was locked in a custody dispute with the children's mother. Fifty-year-old Mohammad Goher entered his pleas in exchange for a sentence of life without parole. Court records show Goher admitted to shooting 14-year-old Saeedah, 12-year-old Saeed and 7-year-old Aisha while they slept at his apartment in September 2010. Read more...

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'Cheer Perfection' Coach Busted for Drugs

Ronald Dunlap, co-owner of Cheer Time Revolution, the setting of TLC's reality TV show, Cheer Perfection, was arrested on charges of drug possession in Sherwood, Arkansas on Jan. 15, along with coach Ryan Dahl, who does not appear on the show. The pair's arrest comes just one day after cheerleading mom Andrea Clevenger, of the same show, was arrested for allegedly raping a minor boy. Ronald and Ryan were arrested when Sherwood police found them in Ryan's car, which the arresting officer alleged smelled strongly of marijuana. Read more...


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January 15, 2014

Teen Charged in Fatal Arson

An 18-year-old Indiana man is facing three counts of murder in connection with a January 4 house fire that killed three young children and seriously injured another. Cody Cashion has been charged with the deaths of three of Theresa Hughes' children who were visiting the home at the time. Read more...

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Mom Kills Two Teens, Self

A distraught mother of two talented teen musicians shot her kids dead before turning the gun on herself in a gruesome Florida double-murder suicide. Richard Berman found his children, Alex, 15, and Jacqueline, 16, bullet-ridden and their mother, Jennifer Berman, dead of a suicide in their West Palm Beach home, only hours after he received an email from the maniacal mother threatening harm to their shared children. Read more...

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2 Shot at New Mexico School

A student opened fire at a New Mexico middle school, injuring two classmates, one critically, before being taken into custody, authorities said. The shooting in the school's gym erupted at 8:11 a.m. as students were dropped off to begin the day at Berrendo Middle School in Roswell. A 12-year-old boy was transported to a local hospital in critical condition, and a 13-year-old girl was listed in serious condition, authorities said. Read more...

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Man Charged in Durham Shooting Death

Police said Tuesday evening that they were no longer searching for two men in connection with a morning shooting death near the Lincoln Community Health Center in Durham. Officers received a report of a disturbance with a weapon shortly before 10 a.m. When they arrived at the 600 block of Linwood Avenue, they found Antonio M. Dixon had been shot. Dixon, 33, of Durham, was taken to a nearby hospital, where he died. Police arrested Richard Lee Johnson, 36, of Durham, after the shooting and charged him with murder. Read more...

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No Charges in Home Invasion Shooting

Columbia police say no charges will be filed after a man was shot and killed during a home invasion. Police say a man broke into his ex-girlfriend's apartment shortly before midnight and was shot by the woman's new boyfriend. Richland County Coroner Gary Watts said 26-year-old Roderick Eugene Harris Jr. died at a Columbia hospital after being shot in the chest. Read more...


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January 14, 2014

Jodi Arias Gets New Trial Date

A new trial date has been set for the penalty phase for a woman convicted of killing her boyfriend in his Phoenix home. A judge set March 17 as the date a jury will decide whether or not Jodi Arias should be executed or face life in prison for her murder conviction. Read more...

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Judge Refuses to Stop Execution

A federal judge refused to block the Ohio execution of a convicted murderer and rapist who is sentenced to die by an untested lethal-injection cocktail later this week, even as he declared it an "experiment." Inmate Dennis McGuire's lawyers had argued that the combination of the sedative midozolam and painkiller hydropmorphone could leave to a painful and terrifying phenomenon called "air hunger" before he actually dies. Read more...

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'Octomom' Charged Over Earnings

Octuplets mom Nadya Suleman faces welfare fraud charges as she's accused of not reporting money earned as a topless dancer and adult film actress. "While applying for public aid, the mother of 14 children allegedly failed to disclose that she was also getting checks for personal appearances and residuals from videos," said a news release from Los Angeles District Attorney Jackie Lacey. Read more...

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Pastor Arrested on Suspicion of Arson

A Northern California pastor has been arrested on suspicion of arson in a fire at a home that authorities say was sparked by a Molotov cocktail. Mark Lewis, 39, pastor of the Fellowship Baptist Church in Vacaville, was being held at the Solano County Jail on suspicion of arson on an inhabited dwelling, conspiracy and stalking. He was arrested a day after the attack. Read more...

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Two Shot in Tampa Theater

A heated argument over texting during a showing of Mark Wahlberg movie "Lone Survivor" at a Florida movie theater erupted into gunfire, killing a man and wounding his wife, authorities said. A retired Tampa police officer has since been arrested and charged with second-degree homicide in the attack at the The Grove 16 theater complex in Wesley Chapel, some 25 minutes north of Tampa, according to local reports. Read more...

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Youth Leader Charged With Child Porn

A 35-year-old Baltimore area man who leads a church youth group has been arrested for possession and distribution of child pornography. Police said Robert David Wright of Cockeysville had downloaded thousands of images of female babies, toddlers and pre-teen girls on his home computer. Read more...

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Woman Charged In Fatal DUI Crash

A Canandaigua woman is facing DWI charges after a car accident left a passenger in her car dead. Ontario County Sheriff deputies say Alex Irvin, 20, was driving on New Michigan Road in Farmington when her car went off the road into a tree. The passenger, Nicholas Furfaro, 22, died at the scene. Read more...


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January 13, 2014

Reward Offered for Serial Arsonist

A California city is on high alert as a $10,000 reward has been offered for an arsonist who has set fire to 10 homes within a four-day period. The San Jose Fire Department released a sketch of a suspect in the series of fires in the downtown area investigators say were intentionally set from Wednesday to Saturday. Read more...

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Woman's Stolen Morphine Kills Friend

A 40-year-old former nursing assistant is being held on $250,000 bond on charges of drug-induced homicide in connection with the death of her friend after he took morphine she had stolen from work. Michelle Johnson has been charged in the death of John Maher, 34. Read more...

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DNA Links Executed Killer to Triple Murder

A killer who was executed in Missouri for the 1987 murder of a 12-year-old girl was also responsible for a long-unsolved triple homicide in Iowa three years earlier, investigators announced. New DNA evidence implicates Andrew W. Six in the 1984 bludgeoning deaths of 20-year-old Justin Hook Jr.; Hook's fiancee, 19-year-old Tina Lade; and Hook's mother, 41-year-old Sara Link, the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation and Wapello County Sheriff Mark Miller announced. Read more...

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Trial Sets in Girl's Running Death

A judge refused bond for an Alabama woman jailed for nearly two years while awaiting trial on charges she killed her 9-year-old granddaughter by making the child run until she collapsed and died. Turning down defense arguments that the 48-year-old grandmother is in poor health and unjustly charged, Etowah County Circuit Judge William Ogletree ordered Joyce Hardin Garrard to remain in custody and scheduled a June 23 trial. Read more...

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Missouri's Dorial Green-Beckham Arrested

Dorial Green-Beckham, a sophomore football player who led No. 5 Missouri in receptions last season, has been released from jail after a drug arrest. Police representative Anthony Cunis of Springfield, Mo., said Green-Beckham was arrested on "suspicion of drug activity." Read more...

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Seahawks Spencer Ware Arrested for DUI

Seattle Seahawks running back Spencer Ware was arrested for driving while intoxicated, Washington State Patrol records show. King County Jail booking records indicate Ware was booked around 2 a.m. Ware is a rookie out of LSU. He was a sixth round selection in the 2013 NFL Draft. He's only played in two games for the Seahawks, registering three carries for ten yards. Read more...

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David Cassidy Gets Another DUI

David Cassidy has been picked up again for driving under the influence. The former teen heartthrob was pulled over in Los Angeles after police saw him make an illegal right turn. Law enforcement officials approached Cassidy's car and after smelling alcohol gave him a field sobriety test and a Breathalyzer test. Cassidy, 63, failed by allegedly blowing .19, which is over twice the legal limit. Read more...


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January 10, 2014

Doctor Charged With 9 Murders

A former Oklahoma physician has been charged with nine counts of murder in connection with patients for whom he over-prescribed medications containing controlled substances. William Martin Valuck was indicted by a grand jury on 72 counts of distribution of a dangerous controlled substance. Read more...

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Babysitter Arrested in Death of Boy, 4

The babysitter of a 4-year-old New York City boy who died has been arrested in the child's death, reports CBS New York. Authorities were called to a building in Manhattan and found the child, Myles Dobson, in the bathroom. The 4-year-old was transported to the hospital and pronounced dead. The 37-year-old woman who was caring for the boy, whose name has not been released, reportedly told police she had put the child on the bathroom counter and left the room briefly. Police say the woman told them the boy fell and landed in an empty bathtub. But sources tell CBS New York the child had cigarette burns on his body as well as bruises. Read more...

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Man Arrested After Punching Dentist

A McMinn County man is facing charges after a local dentist said he was assaulted. Police say 67-year-old George Lasher has been charged with aggravated assault after being told he couldn't pay a $15 co-pay with a check. He walked out without paying, then Dr. Charles Pesce followed him to his car. That's when police say Lasher punched Pesce in the face, then hit him with his vehicle before driving away. Read more...

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Woman Charged With Beating Man in Wheelchair

Police have arrested a 29-year-old woman after an acquaintance in a wheelchair reported she assaulted him with a bat. Roger Padron, 33, told police that Christin Sanchez hit him and Jackie Hernandez, 46, with a bat after Sanchez told Padron's wife that Padron was talking to another girl on Facebook. Read more...

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Florida Rep Apologizes for Cocaine Use

House aides say a Florida congressman who pleaded guilty to cocaine possession has apologized to his Republican colleagues. The congressman, Representative Trey Radel, was emotional as he spoke briefly during a closed-door meeting of House Republicans, the aides said. One aide said the lawmakers responded with moderate applause. Mr. Radel, 37, is a Tea Party-backed freshman who pleaded guilty in November to cocaine possession and was sentenced to a year on probation. Read more...

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'Catfish' Star Sunny Cross Cops DUI Plea

Catfish star Sunny Cross has struck a deal in her DWI case that will allow her to remain a free woman. Cross was arrested in January of 2013 after authorities found her driving on the wrong side of the road in Arkansas. After the actress failed to pass a sobriety test, she reportedly told authorities it was her Christian Louboutin shoes' fault because they were really hard to walk in. After undergoing another test, Cross ended up blowing a .08 -- drunk enough for prosecution. Read more...


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January 09, 2014

'Grim Sleeper' Evidence Ruled Legal

DNA evidence that linked a former Los Angeles garbage collector to at least 16 murders was obtained legally, a California judge has ruled. Judge Kathleen Kennedy ruled that DNA from Lonnie Franklin Jr. could be used at his trial in what is known as the "Grim Sleeper" serial killer case. Read more...

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Judge Rules Against New Jackson Trial

A judge issued a tentative ruling against granting a new trial in a negligence case filed by the mother of Michael Jackson claiming a concert promoter was financially liable for the singer's death. Superior Court Judge Yvette Palazuelos did not immediately finalize the ruling after hearing more than two hours of arguments from lawyers. Read more...

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Man Charged in Party Stabbing

A 37-year-old man whose roommate had invited people to their apartment to attend a birthday party is charged with killing one of their guests with a butcher knife, officials said. Adan Montano was charged with first degree murder and was ordered held in lieu of $1.5 million bail in court. Read more...

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Man Arrested for Kidnapping 13-Year-Old

A 13-year-old girl was returned safely home and the man who kidnapped her was later arrested at his job in north Houston, according to the Brazoria County Sheriff's Office. Jose Angel Ponce, 38, was charged with aggravated kidnapping and enticing a child with the intent to commit a felony. Elizabeth Catherine Smith's grandmother reported her missing after she disappeared from her family's home. The grandmother found a note that said, "Going to Cali, love you." Read more...

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Teen Charged With Fatally Shooting Dad

An 18-year-old was charged with fatally shooting his sleeping father in the head with a rifle less than two hours short of the victim's birthday at a farmhouse southwest of the Twin Cities. Jonas D. Nelson was charged with second-degree murder in the death of Richard J. Nelson, 47, at their house northeast of Montgomery. The teen admitted to the killing and said he was fed up with how his father was treating him, according to the criminal complaint. Read more...

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'Atomic Wedgie' Kills Stepfather

A McCloud man is now under arrest for taking a high school prank to a deadly level. The suspect, 33-year-old Brad Davis, was a former marine. Police say he didn't use a knife or gun though; they believe he used the victim's underwear to choke him. "I can't imagine how you do that to your step-father, choke him with his underwear." Shawnee resident Peggy Springer said. Read more...

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Concealed-Carry Laws Result in Fewer Murders

A frequent claim by control advocates this year has been that 80 percent to 90 percent of Americans are in favor of expanded background-checks legislation. But the polls showing such overwhelming support really ask little more than whether people want to stop criminals from obtaining guns, not whether voters actually favor the legislation that the Senate was voting on. Read more...


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January 08, 2014

Sex Offender Linked to 1986 Cold Case

A Missouri registered sex offender linked by DNA to a Las Vegas cold case involving the 1986 rape and murder of a 7-year-old girl has entered not guilty pleas in Nevada state court. Jasper Everett Goddard has been charged with murder and other counts related to the November 1986 death of April Marie Rhodes. Read more...

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Florida Executes Guard's Killer

The United States put to death its first inmate of the year in Florida, after a drop in executions during 2013. Askari Abdullah Muhammad, previously known as Thomas Knight, was convicted of abducting and killing a Miami couple in 1974 and fatally stabbing a prison guard six years later using a sharpened spoon. He appealed his conviction numerous times. Muhammad, 62, made no final statement. Read more...

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Teen Arrested for Murder of Father, Sister

The sheriff's office has arrested the 17-year-old son of a man found dead inside of a northshore home on charges that he murdered his father and his two-year-old half sister. Jacob Middleton Jr., of Metairie was arrested and booked into St. Tammany on two counts of first-degree murder. Jacob Middleton Sr. and his two-year-old daughter Makayla Middleton were found inside of the Abita Nursery subdivision home by the girl's mother. Read more...

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Road Rage Killer Could Strike Again

The violent driver suspected of running a Maine man off of a Pennsylvania highway, then shooting him dead in his vehicle, could kill again if authorities don't find him and put him behind bars soon, police warned. Pennsylvania State Police, who are working with the FBI and police in neighboring states, are pleading with the public for help nabbing the pickup truck driver believed to have gunned down Timothy Davison on the I-81 median near the Maryland border. Read more...

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Rape Victim Attempts Suicide Again

Daisy Coleman, the northwest Missouri teen whose alleged 2012 sexual assault in Maryville has garnered international attention, is in stable condition following a suicide attempt, a family friend familiar with the situation said. Robin Bourland, a longtime acquaintance of the Coleman family, said that Coleman is being treated at a Kansas City children's psychiatric hospital after ingesting a number of unidentified pills. Read more...

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Waitress Says Couple Left Meth for Tip

A couple was arrested after they allegedly tipped a Seaside waitress with an envelope full of meth last week. After Ryan Bensen, 40, of Beaverton and Erica Manley, 37, of Cascade Locks allegedly paid for their drinks at the Twisted Fish in Seaside, they tipped their waitress with an envelope filled with a crystal-like substance. Read more...

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Amanda Bynes Working on DUI Plea Deal

Amanda Bynes' long-running DUI case was back in a California courtroom Tuesday and sources said the "Hairspray" actress is hoping to resolve the matter soon without any jail time. Los Angeles County Judge Edward Moreton Jr. set a new pre-trial hearing for Feb. 20. He said he wanted to get the ball rolling again after a different judge found Bynes competent in November to continue with the nearly two-year-old misdemeanor case. Read more...




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January 07, 2014

Roommate Killed, Dismembered

Murders charges have been filed against a California couple that police say killed their roommate, dismembered his body and tried to burn his remains in a campfire. Bryan Scott Cook, 38 (pictured), and Valentina Paz, 49, have been charged with murder in the connection with the death of Michael Shane Jones, 48. Read more...

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Hunt Set for Highway Killer

The FBI has joined police in multiple states in the hunt for a pickup truck driver who rammed an SUV off a Pennsylvania highway and into a snowbank, then blew away the victim moments after he had called 911 to say he was being followed by an enraged motorist. The hunt for the killer of Timothy Davison, a 28-year-old Maine resident, has extended from the Keystone State into Maryland and West Virginia, following the shooting along I-81, near Antrim Township in southern Pennsylvania. Davison was making the 1,400-mile trip home to Poland, Me., after spending the holidays with family members in Orlando, Fla., when another driver began tailgating him, according to police. Read more...

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Chicago Gun Ban Ruled Unconstitutional

A federal judge ruled that Chicago's ban on virtually all sales and transfers of firearms is unconstitutional. "The stark reality facing the City each year is thousands of shooting victims and hundreds of murders committed with a gun. But on the other side of this case is another feature of government: certain fundamental rights are protected by the Constitution, put outside government's reach, including the right to keep and bear arms for self-defense under the Second Amendment," wrote U.S. District Judge Edmond Chang. Read more...

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Baby Slapper Gets 8 Months

An Idaho man was sentenced to eight months in prison after pleading guilty to the assault of a 19-month-old boy, who he slapped on a Delta flight last February. Joe Rickey Hundley had pleaded guilty in October after being charged in federal court. His lawyer, Marcia Shein, told CNN that though she respects the judge's ruling, she found the eight-month sentence "disproportionate" to the crime. According to Shein, the prosecutor had recommended a sentence of only six months. Read more...

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Second Man Charged in Cahokia Murder

A second man has been charged in connection with the fatal shooting of a teen here last week. The St. Clair County State's Attorney's Office on charged Nikkei J. Turner with first-degree murder in the Dec. 30 shooting of Allen S. Templeton, 17, in St. Louis. Templeton was found dead the evening of Dec. 30 at the Pheasant Run Mobile Home Park. Read more...

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'Kai the Hitchhiker' Pleads Not Guilty

A man who gained Internet fame as "Kai the Hatchet-Wielding Hitchhiker" has pleaded not guilty to murder charges in the beating death of an elderly New Jersey man last year. Caleb McGillivary, 24, remained silent while his public defender entered the plea in court in Elizabeth. McGillivary is accused of killing 73-year-old lawyer Joseph Galfy, whose body was found May 13 in his Clark home. McGillivary was arrested in Philadelphia days later and could face a life sentence if he's convicted. Read more...

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Tito Ortiz Arrested for DUI

Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighter Tito Ortiz posted bail and was released from jail following his arrest in West Los Angeles on suspicion of driving under the influence, authorities said. Ortiz, 38, was taken into custody around 4:30 a.m. after a single-car collision on the 405 Freeway near Sepulveda and Santa Monica boulevards, the California Highway Patrol said in a press release. "Ortiz was driving northbound on the I-405 when he lost control of his vehicle and struck the concrete center median," the press release said. Read more...

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Ohio Cornerback Fisher Arrested Again

Ohio cornerback Larenzo Fisher, who is currently out on 1$10,000 bond stemming from his August arrest, was cited around for disorderly conduct while he was intoxicated. Less than 12 hours later Fisher once again ran into afoul of the law, and was cited for driving without a valid driver's license. to make matters worse police are alleging that when he was arrested for disorderly conduct he was found possessing property that had previously been reported stolen. Read more...




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January 06, 2014

Reward Offered for Gang Member

Law enforcement officials are offering a $20,000 reward for information leading to the capture of a member of the Texas Mexican Mafia gang thought to be responsible for a deadly shooting in Corpus Christi in 2008. The Texas Department of Public Safety raised the reward amount for 40-year-old Anthony Gonzales. Read more...

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Killer Escapes Mental Health Facility

A man accused of killing his mother and stepfather in 2006 and deemed not capable of knowing right from wrong has escaped a mental health facility in South Carolina. Jason Mark Carter, 39, has been missing from a mental health hospital in Columbia since Dec. 26. The Oconee County Sheriff's Office said Carter should be considered armed and dangerous. Read more...

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Pastor Nabbed for Wife's Murder

An Alabama pastor wanted for his wife's July murder was nabbed by cops at a Tennessee airport as he tried to flee the country for Russia. Rev. Richard Shahan, 53, had been questioned after his wife's July 23 murder and was held in jail for 48 hours as cops investigated. He was later released without being charged until cops issued a Dec. 31 warrant to arrest the former Birmingham minister in relation to Karen Louise Shahan's killing. Read more...

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Obama Strengthens Gun Background Checks

The Obama administration proposed two new executive actions to make it easier for states to provide mental health information to the national background check system, wading back into the gun control debate after a months-long hiatus. Vice President Biden's office announced the proposals Friday afternoon. Both pertain to the ability of states to provide information about the mentally ill and those seeking mental health treatment to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System. Read more...

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Ex-Husband Arrested After Body Found

The estranged husband of a pregnant mother of four who vanished last week is behind bars just hours after a body was found near her Texas home, according to police. Matthew Sowders was arrested on capital murder charges Thursday evening after a body believed to be 26-year-old Melissa Sowders was found in a Houston-area creek, the Harris County Sheriff's Office announced. The capital murder charge means if Sowders is found guilty, he could be faced with the death penalty in the state of Texas. Read more...

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Man Charged in Florida Cold Case

A Seminole County man is has been arrested in connection to a 1981 murder in St. Marys, Ohio. Paul Hoover, 52, was indicted and arrested on murder charges from a cold case homicide 32 years ago. "I'm broken. My heart is broken. I don't believe he did it, cause he was never that kind of a man or a young boy. He wouldn't even hurt an animal," said his mother, Evelyn Hoover. Read more...

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Missing Fitchburg Boy's Dad Arrested

A Connecticut man who has been leading searches for his missing 5-year-old son in Massachusetts has been charged with selling heroin, authorities said. New Britain, Conn., police said they suspected Jose Oliver, 41, was selling heroin and officers set up a drug transaction Monday with the help of an informant. Police said they caught Oliver with 30 small baggies of heroin and charged him with several drug crimes. Read more...

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DHS Caseworker Fired After DUI

A caseworker for the Oregon Department of Human Services was fired after she was arrested on a drunk driving charge while on her way to a call on New Year's Eve. Police said Alysse Carlson, 26, had a blood-alcohol level of .25, which is more than three times the legal limit. Carlson was responding to a call to investigate child abuse when she was pulled over. Read more...

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Lisa Robin Kelly Died of Drug Intoxication

A drug overdose claimed another Hollywood life. Lisa Robin Kelly died accidentally of multiple drug intoxication, the Los Angeles County coroner's office ruled. The former star of That '70s Show was 43 and died in her sleep at a rehab facility in August. Kelly played a bad-girl character, Laurie Forman, on the Fox sitcom, which aired 1998-2006. In real life, she had big problems. Read more...




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January 03, 2014

Arizona Mom Tries to Kill Entire Family

Their expected happy holiday turned into a nightmare for an Arizona family after a 35-year-old mother stabbed her ex-husband, killed her 13-year-old daughter and tried to poison her other three children. Connie Villa of Casa Grande has been charged with one count of first-degree murder and four counts of attempted murder. Investigators believe Villa's motivation was that she was afraid she was going to lose custody of her children. Read more...

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Killer of Priest Suspect Arrested

California authorities say a suspect has been arrested in the killing of a beloved Catholic priest who was found dead in a church rectory on New Year's Day. Eureka police said 43-year-old Gary Lee Bullock of Redway was taken into custody by Humboldt County deputies in the killing of the Rev. Eric Freed. Read more...

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Grandfather Charged in Murder-for-Hire

A 70-year-old great-grandfather in Alexander County has been charged in connection with a murder-for-hire case, authorities said. Jackie Allen Fox of Devil Track Road was charged with solicitation to commit murder, officials said. Fox allegedly offered an acquaintance $2,500 to shoot someone who owed him money, said Tod Jones, chief deputy in the Alexander County Sheriff's Office. Read more...

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Man Charged in Wife's Shooting Death

A man has been arrested and charged in the shooting death of his wife at a northeast Harris County home, according to court documents. Ryan Burgs, 28, faces a felony charge of murder. Court documents say Burgs called 911 early Monday morning to report that he had shot his wife as she came at him with a butcher's knife. Burgs stayed at the scene and told investigators his wife, 27-year-old Julianna Gordon, would not put the knife down, so he shot her multiple times. Read more...

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Search for Washington Man Continues

Four years after a Yakima man disappeared, his family and local police continue their search. But now the case is considered a homicide. The Yakima Herald reports Larry Riegel was a 57-year-old contract pilot with a carpentry business when he was last heard from Christmas Day in 2009. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 12:28 AM

Erin Henderson Arrested Again

Minnesota Vikings linebacker Erin Henderson was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving for the second time in six weeks, possibly sealing his fate with the team. Henderson was arrested in Chanhassen, Minn., and booked into the Carver County Jail, according to the county jail roster. Henderson refused to submit to a sobriety test, according to the roster, and faces four DWI charges, including a second-degree charge for refusing a test. He also was found to be in possession of a small amount of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 12:27 AM

Rep. Trey Radel Out of Rehab

The Florida congressman charged with cocaine possession last year will be returning to work on Capitol Hill next week. Republican Rep. Trey Radel will be back on the job for the first time since he was charged with possession of cocaine after purchasing the drug from an undercover officer on October 29. "I look forward to getting back to work next week representing my neighbors in Southwest Florida as they face the burdens of Obamacare, a jobless recovery, and a federal government that continues to spend more than it takes in," Radel said in a statement. Read more...



Posted by Webmaster at 12:26 AM

January 02, 2014

Father Kills Son With Ax

A 51-year-old Phoenix man has been arrested for killing his teenage son because he believed the boy was a demon who was going to eat him. Gary Sherrill was charged with first-degree murder after confessing to police on New Year's Eve that he killed his 13-year-old son with an ax. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 12:40 AM

Ohio Killer to Get 2-Drug Shot

Ohio will use a dose of two drugs untried in the U.S. to put to death a condemned inmate who raped and killed a pregnant woman, according to a decision by the state prison system. The determination means the prisons agency was unable to obtain an unregulated batch of pentobarbital, the drug Ohio used until its manufacturer put it off limits for executions. The untested method: an intravenous combination of midazolam, a sedative, and hydromorphone, a painkiller. No state has put a prisoner to death with those drugs in any fashion. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 12:40 AM

Juvenile Charged in Christmas Night Slayings

Authorities say a 15-year-old boy faces two counts of murder in the Christmas night slayings of two Newark children. Acting Essex County Prosecutor Carolyn Murray says the juvenile is also charged with attempted murder of a third shooting victim and weapons charges. He's being held in a youth detention facility. The juvenile was apprehended in connection with the fatal shootings of a 13-year-old girl and a 15-year-old boy outside a home in the southern end of Newark near Interstate 78. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 12:39 AM

Missing Bank Director Captured

A south Georgia bank director accused of losing millions of investor dollars before vanishing last year has been arrested. The U.S. attorney's office in Savannah says 47-year-old Aubrey Lee Price was arrested during a traffic stop on Interstate 95 in Brunswick by members of the Glynn County Sheriff's Department. Price disappeared in June 2012 after sending a rambling confession letter to his family and investors saying he planned to drown himself off the Florida coast. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 12:39 AM

Trooper Pepper-Sprayed Girlfriend's Son

A Pennsylvania state trooper is on unpaid leave and faces criminal charges for allegedly pepper spraying his girlfriend's 13-year-old son because the boy stayed in bed instead of going to school. Trooper Ernest Boatright faces a Jan. 22 preliminary hearing on child endangerment and harassment charges. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 12:38 AM

Oklahoma State's Clark Arrested for Pot

Oklahoma State freshman guard Stevie Clark was arrested on suspicion of marijuana possession. Edmond police spokeswoman Jennifer Monroe says Clark was a passenger in a vehicle that was pulled over for a seatbelt violation. Police discovered marijuana in the vehicle and arrested Clark and the driver on possession of marijuana complaints. Read more...




Posted by Webmaster at 12:38 AM