March 31, 2014

Woman Arrested in 1992 Murders

A 67-year-old Oklahoma woman has been arrested in connection with a 1992 cold case involving a triple homicide apparently linked to a custody dispute. Beverly Noe was arrested by Oklahoma Bureau of Investigation agents for the death of two women and a 6-year-old girl. Read more...

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Bones Found in 1952 Cold Case

Authorities in New Mexico say bones found during excavation of a home's garage may help solve the disappearance of a woman who has not been seen since 1952. Santa Fe police spokeswoman Celina Westervelt said that officers reviewing cold cases decided to investigate the home in connection with the disappearance of 27-year-old Inez Garcia. Read more...

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2 Arrested in Home Invasion

A man is recovering after being attacked during a home invasion in Spring Hill. "I got like scratches and bumps on my head from where I was kicked, but I came out of it pretty good for a 20-minute scuffle," said Bill Kablach. Kablach had to defend himself against a man and a woman wearing masks, who broke into his home on Zang Way. Read more...

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Armed Robber Convicted of Murder

A Kenner man faces spending the rest of his life in prison for shooting two people during an armed robbery attempt, killing one of them and injuring the other. Joseph Humbles, 21, was convicted in a Jefferson Parish courtroom of second-degree murder, attempted second-degree murder and attempted armed robbery, in connection with the Oct. 28, 2010, crime in Kenner. Read more...

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Nurse Charged With 3 Murders

A male nurse appeared in court charged with the murder of three patients on a hospital ward. Victorino Chua, 48, spoke only to confirm his name, age and address at the three-minute hearing at Manchester Magistrates Court. The married father of two was accused over the deaths of Tracey Arden, 44, Arnold Lancaster, 71, and Alfred Derek Weaver, 83, after police investigated the contamination of medical products at Stepping Hill Hospital in Stockport, Greater Manchester. Read more...

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Student Sues ABC Agents

Elizabeth Daly spent night behind bars after Virginia authorities jumped on her car, flashed a gun, tried to break window believing the 20-year-old had illegally bought beer. The UVA student had purchased case of sparkling water. Read more...

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49ers' Chris Culliver Arrested

The San Jose Police received a call that a bicyclist had been struck by an automobile that fled the scene. An eyewitness saw the accident and followed Culliver's vehicle until he cornered him in the area of Mekler Court. He attempted to block Culliver's vehicle from leaving. Read more...

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Auburn Commit Arrested for Drugs

According to the Mobile County Sheriff's Department, Auburn football commit Jason Deadre Smith was arrested and charged with two counts of attempting to elude police as well as possession of marijuana. Smith was released from jail after posting bond and has a court date in early May. Read more...


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March 29, 2014

Wife Arrested in Poisoning Death

Authorities have arrested an Ohio woman in the 2009 poisoning death of her husband and say they believe she did it by slipping antifreeze into a drink. The Ashtabula County Sheriff's Office in northeastern Ohio arrested 53-year-old Teresa Kotomski on a murder charge at a home in Conneaut where she was living with family. Read more...

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Man Executed for Killing Delivery Person

A Dallas-area man was executed in Texas for the robbery and slaying of a woman who was attacked while delivering food to his parents' home 11 years ago. Anthony Doyle, 29, was given a lethal injection for the 2003 death of Hyun Mi Cho, who was beaten with a baseball bat, then robbed of her car, cellphone and credit cards. Evidence showed Doyle ordered the doughnuts and breakfast tacos that the 37-year-old Cho delivered. He shared the food with friends after stuffing the woman's body in a neighbor's trash can in an alley behind the home in Rowlett, a suburb just east of Dallas. Read more...

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Death Row Woman Gets Reprieve

Michelle Byrom, a Mississippi woman scheduled to be executed was granted a brief reprieve. She was to become the first female prisoner executed in Mississippi in 70 years. Byrom, 57, was convicted in the fatal shooting of her husband Edward Byrom Sr. in a 1999 murder-for-hire plot. Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood had filed a motion to set the woman's execution for Thursday but was denied by the state Supreme Court, reports Reuters. Read more...

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FAMU Band Member Gets Jail

A former Florida A&M band member has become the first person to be sentenced to jail time for his role in the hazing death of drum major Robert Champion. Jessie Baskin was sentenced to 51 weeks in the county jail, five years of probation and 300 hours of community service for participating in the beating death of Champion, 26, in November 2011. Read more...

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Chris Brown Wants Charges Dropped

Chris Brown's lawyers are asking a judge to dismiss the misdemeanor assault charge he's facing in Washington. The singer's lawyers filed a motion saying prosecutors misused the grand jury process to prepare for trial. Prosecutors have not yet responded to the motion. Brown and his bodyguard were arrested in Washington in October. Both are accused of punching a man. Read more...

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Judge Sentenced to 2 Years in Drug Scandal

A disgraced Illinois judge at the center of a courthouse drug scandal that included a fellow jurist's cocaine death was sentenced to two years in federal prison on heroin and weapons charges. U.S. District Judge Joe Billy McDade also fined former St. Clair County Circuit Judge Michael Cook more than $75,583, which includes the U.S. government's nearly $65,600 expected tab of Cook's incarceration and his three years of post-prison supervised release. Read more...

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Drunk Who Killed 6 Charged

A Fontana woman who has been in jail since February after driving drunk on two freeways and killing six people in a crash in Diamond Bar is grieving and scared, her attorney said. Los Angeles County Deputy Public Defender Ramiro Cisneros said his client, 21-year-old Olivia Carolee Culbreath, has been “very scared” and in grief since her sister and five others were killed in the early morning crash Feb. 9 on the 60 Freeway. Read more...




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March 28, 2014

Bride Killer Gets 30 Years

A Montana woman, who as a newlywed bride pushed her husband to his death off a cliff in Glacier National Park, has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for her crime. U.S. District Judge Donald Molloy sentenced Jordan Graham, 22, for her guilty plea to second-degree murder. Read more...

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Private Convicted of Murdering Wife

An Army soldier accused of strangling his pregnant wife so he could pocket $500,000 in benefit money was convicted by a military judge in a case that hinged on dueling medical experts who couldn't agree on how the woman died. Pvt. Isaac Aguigui, 22, of Cashmere, Wash., was on trial for four days during a Fort Stewart court-martial. The charges carry an automatic life sentence. Read more...

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High School Student Charged in Murder

Police investigating the discovery of a body in a Burlington County park announced that the victim was murdered, and that they have a suspect in custody. The body of 21-year-old Abenego Wesseh of Williamstown was found in Fairmount Park, just off Fairmount Drive, in Willingboro, New Jersey. Police have arrested 19-year-old Abdullah Sheriff of Willingboro in connection with the murder of Wesseh. Read more...

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Teen Carjacker Stumped by Stick Shift

An armed Omaha teen carjacker out on bond is back behind bars because he stole a woman's car early Thursday but was stumped by the stick shift. Mganga Mganga, 17, ran up to Melissa Peters as the woman prepared to drive her 13-year-old son to school around 7 a.m. Mganga tried to start the car but struggled as he started the windshield wipers and flicked the lights as he tried to work the manual transmission. Read more...

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Dad Kills Son Who Refused to Install Cable

An elderly Minnesota father fatally shot his son during a dispute over installing cable in the family home, then held a SWAT team at bay during an hours-long standoff, police said. Pang Vang, 84, called his pastor Monday morning to complain that his son, Chue Vang, 36, wouldn't pay to have the TV service installed in their suburban Maplewood home. Read more...

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Man Found Guilty in Neighbor's Murder

A man has been found guilty in the murder of his neighbor who was beaten and strangled in her Grosse Pointe Park home last May. The prosecution called 40 witnesses to prove that Myron Williams was addicted to crack, and so desperate for the drug that he was willing to kill for it. Read more...

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Man Convicted of DUI Death

A Broward County jury found Mario Careaga guilty of DUI manslaughter in the 2010 death of Miami Heat dancer Nancy Lopez-Ruiz. The verdict was read Wednesday around 3:45 PM. Careaga was found guilty on two counts of DUI manslaughter. However, Judge Ilona Holmes decided not to formally accept the verdict on Wednesday night after allegations of potential juror misconduct emerged. Read more...

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McDonald's Overdose Dad Convicted

An Indiana man - who along with his wife shot up heroin, overdosed and passed out while their children watched from a McDonald's play area - has been convicted of child endangerment. Robert Palmer was found guilty by a municipal judge on two misdemeanor counts. Read more...




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March 27, 2014

Razorblades Found in Playground

Authorities in a western Illinois community are investigating after they discovered a dozen razor blades glued to playground equipment in an East Moline city park. The razor blades were discovered in the community's Millennium Park after a 2-year-old boy sliced his finger on a razor. The laceration was minor. Police Lt. Brian Foltz said that officers are "always doing park checks," but authorities aren't sure how long the blades had been attached to the playground equipment. Read more...

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Oklahoma's Execution Law 'Unconstitutional'

A judge ruled Oklahoma state's execution law unconstitutional because its privacy provision is so strict that it that prevents inmates from finding out the source of drugs used in executions, even through the courts. After condemned inmates gasped or complained they were "burning" during executions in January, inmates Clayton Lockett and Charles Warner asked Oklahoma prison officials who was making the drugs that would kill them and whether the material was pure. Read more...

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Bride Wants to Change Murder Plea

A Montana woman who was to be sentenced Thursday for pushing her new husband to his death in Glacier National Park wants to withdraw her guilty plea to a second-degree murder charge, her lawyer said. Jordan Linn Graham wants the change because prosecutors are still recommending life in prison, even though second-degree murder would normally carry a lesser sentence, defense attorney Michael Donahoe said in a motion. Graham's attorneys have argued the "extremely reckless but unintentional act" warranted 10 years in prison. Read more...

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March 26, 2014

Gang Member on Most Wanted List

The FBI is offering more than $100,000 for information leading to the arrest of the newest member of its "Ten Most Wanted Fugitives" list: an alleged MS-13 gang member sought in the murders of his ex-girlfriend and her 2-year-old son. Juan Elias Garcia, 21, has been charged with murder and other offenses in connection to the 2010 New York killings of Vanessa Argueta, 19, and 2-year-old Diego Torres. Read more...




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Reward Offer in Relisha Rudd Case

A $25,000 reward has been offered by the FBI in the case of an 8-year-old girl who went missing from a Washington D.C. homeless shelter in February. Authorities believe Relisha Rudd may have been abducted by a janitor who worked at the shelter where she and her mother were staying. Kahlil Malik Tatum, the janitor, is also wanted for the murder of his wife whose body was found in a Maryland motel room last week. Read more...

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Missouri Executes Teen's Killer

A death-row inmate convicted of kidnapping, raping and killing a 17-year-old girl in suburban St. Louis was executed in Missouri, marking the state's fifth execution in as many months. Jeffrey Ferguson abducted Kelli Hall as she finished her shift at a Mobil gas station in St. Charles on Feb. 9, 1989. Her naked, frozen body was found 13 days later on a St. Louis County farm, and investigators determined she had been raped and strangled. Read more...

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Missouri Executes Teen's Killer

A death-row inmate convicted of kidnapping, raping and killing a 17-year-old girl in suburban St. Louis was executed in Missouri, marking the state's fifth execution in as many months. Jeffrey Ferguson abducted Kelli Hall as she finished her shift at a Mobil gas station in St. Charles on Feb. 9, 1989. Her naked, frozen body was found 13 days later on a St. Louis County farm, and investigators determined she had been raped and strangled. Read more...

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Killer Freed After 32 Years

A 74-year-old California woman is free after serving 32 years of a life sentence for her role in a 1981 killing. Mary Virginia Jones walked out of a Southern California prison and was met by family and friends. Jones was convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to life without parole for a killing committed alongside boyfriend Mose Willis, who died on death row. Read more...

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Men Charged With Teen's Death

Four men have been charged in connection with the shooting death oSf 17-year-old Brandon Taylor Davis. Davis was shot to death in Clover, S.C. Warrants were served on Javeas Cohn, Tevin Dye, Ezekial Lundquist and Michael McAfee. Cohn, 20, Dye, 19, and Lundquist, 21, all of Clover, have each been charged with murder. Read more...

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5 Charged in Human Smuggling Operation

Five men have been charged with using guns and threats in connection with a suspected human trafficking operation at a house in Houston. A tip led officers March 19 to the single-story home where 115 men, women and children were jammed inside. Some of the people discovered in the 1,500-square-foot home were shoeless and in their underwear. All are believed to be in the U.S. illegally. Read more...

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Girls Charged in Philly Brick Attack

Five girls were being questioned in connection with a violent attack on a young woman and her boyfriend near Temple University. The woman had two teeth dislodged after one of the attackers allegedly hit her in the face with a brick. The young woman, 19-year-old Temple student, and her boyfriend were attacked by five teenage girls. The victim needed surgery to repair her teeth. Temple sent out an email, warning students to avoid isolated areas and to keep aware of their surroundings. Read more...

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Darren Sharper Bail Denied

A judge in Los Angeles has again refused to release former NFL All-Pro safety Darren Sharper from jail. Sharper is awaiting trial in Los Angeles after pleading not guilty to charges that he raped and drugged two women last year. He was previously released on $1 million bail before being charged in Arizona with similar counts. Sharper, 38, is under investigation for allegedly raping and drugging women in five states: California, Arizona, Nevada, Louisiana and Florida. Read more...




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March 25, 2014

Soldier Guilty of Killing Pregnant Wife

An Army soldier confessed that he killed his pregnant wife by persuading her to wear handcuffs during sex and then suffocating her with a plastic bag over her head, a former Army buddy testified before a court-martial. Prosecutors at Fort Stewart used testimony alleging the confession to open their case against 22-year-old Pvt. Isaac Aguigui, who is charged with murder as well as killing an unborn child. He faces an automatic life sentence if a military judge convicts him of murder in the July 17, 2011, death of Sgt. Deirdre Aguigui. Read more...

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Gunman Dead After Standoff and Shootout

Los Angeles police say a man suspected of shooting at officers and injuring one is dead after a four-hour standoff in a Hollywood Hills home. Police Sgt. Barry Montgomery says it isn't clear if the suspect died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound or was injured during the shootout. Officers responded to a domestic battery call. A female officer was struck by shrapnel or debris during an exchange of gunfire. Read more...

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Gunman Dead After Standoff and Shootout

Los Angeles police say a man suspected of shooting at officers and injuring one is dead after a four-hour standoff in a Hollywood Hills home. Police Sgt. Barry Montgomery says it isn't clear if the suspect died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound or was injured during the shootout. Officers responded to a domestic battery call. A female officer was struck by shrapnel or debris during an exchange of gunfire. Read more...

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3 Teens Charged in Home Invasions

Three Oakland County teenagers are facing home invasion charges after allegedly breaking into homes in Bloomfield Hills and Bloomfield Township. Police accuse 17-year old Michael Pickens, 17-year old Khalil Gracey and 18-year old Carrington Simons of breaking into at least two homes and stealing cash, designer athletic shoes and headphones. Read more...

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Day Care Director Arrested for Assault

Authorities have arrested the 39-year-old Arousha Shahin, director of S.M.I.L.E. Day Care in Manassas, for allegedly assaulting two children who were in her care. Detectives from the Prince William County Police Department's Physical Abuse Unit, together with officials from Child Protective Services, began investigating Shahin of Haymarket in February after allegations against her were filed anonymously. Read more...

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Cop Sued for Seizing Man's iPhone

An Orlando police officer seized a man's iPhone for recording an arrest and then arrested him for resisting arrest, according to a lawsuit filed by the man, Alberto Troche, who prosecutors declined to try on the charge of resisting arrest without violence. Troche was recording a late night arrest he thought seemed excessive when police asked bystanders to stop recording and give up their phones. Read more...

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David Cassidy Ordered Back to Rehab

Former teen idol David Cassidy was ordered to enter alcohol rehab for three months after pleading no contest to a drunken driving charge in Los Angeles. Cassidy, 63, must also serve five years' probation, pay fines and take part in a nine-month alcohol education program. Read more...


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March 24, 2014

Police Have Suspect in 1979 Cold Case

For the first time since Holly Branagan's murder 35 years ago, investigators working the cold case say they believe they know who stabbed the 17-year-old to death in the kitchen of her Bethlehem home. But city police Detective Thomas Galloway, who took over the case in 2009, would say nothing else about the ongoing investigation. Holly's teenage brother found her on the kitchen floor of the family's Pine Top Trail home March 29, 1979, the day after her murder. Holly, a senior at Freedom High School, had a broken knife lodged in her back and many stab wounds from fighting fiercely with her killer. Read more...

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Man Arrested In Murder-For-Hire Plot

An Indiana County man has been arrested in connection with a murder-for-hire plot. The suspect contacted a confidential informant and attempted to hire them to kill his estranged girlfriend. The informant and the suspect met under surveillance. The suspect was arrested without incident and is currently being lodged in the Indiana County Jail. Read more...

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18-Year Fugitive Found on House Boat

After 18 years on the run, a Kansas City woman has been apprehended in Key West living on a house boat, authorities said. Michelle Singleton failed to appear in court on for sentencing on charges of payroll check fraud in March of 1996 in Kansas City. She is now 66 years old. Officials said the Secret Service recently learned she could be living in Key West under the name Catherine Harris. Read more...

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Babysitter Pleads Guilty to Shaking Death

A Westville, N.J. woman pleaded guilty to fatally shaking a 2-year-old girl she was babysitting in 2011. Sheila Polanski, 36, was charged with aggravated manslaughter in the death of Madeline McHenry. She admitted to shaking and slamming the little girl on the floor while babysitting the child on July 5, 2011. Polanski initially denied responsibility for the incident. Read more...

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Councilman Arrested for DUI

Simi Valley Councilman Steve Sojka was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence on March 12 in El Segundo. Detailed information regarding his arrest was not released, but the Ventura County Star reported that the 49-year-old was arrested by police in El Segundo. Read more...

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Doc Swapped Drugs for Sex

A suspended Chicago-area doctor has pleaded guilty to a federal charge of swapping prescription drugs for sex in 2009. Joshua D. Baron, 40, also admitted that he issued about 149 prescriptions to 16 people in exchange for sex between 2006 and 2011. The prescriptions translated to thousands of doses of controlled substances including Adderall, Vicodin and Norco, officials said. Read more...




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March 21, 2014

Florida Executes Double Killer

A Florida man convicted of killing two female co-workers by beating them with a hammer and setting them ablaze during a robbery at the store where they worked has been executed. Authorities say 55-year-old Robert L. Henry was pronounced dead at 6:16 p.m. following a lethal injection Thursday at the Florida State Prison. He was convicted of two counts of first-degree murder in the Nov. 2, 1987, slayings of 53-year-old Phyllis Harris and 35-year-old Janet Thermidor. Read more...

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Skeletal Remains Found in Trash Bag

A trash bag containing skeletal human remains was discovered hidden along a Florida road Thursday morning thanks to a man picking up trash. John Jarvis told Volusia County deputies he was picking up trash along a road near International Speedway Boulevard when he picked up a heavy trash bag and a human skull rolled out. Read more...

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Son Gets Life in Parents' Murders

A man accused of killing his parents and then throwing a party with their bodies still inside their house has been ordered to spend life in prison without possibility of parole. Authorities say Tyler Hadley killed his parents, Mary Jo and Blake Hadley, in 2011. Hadley pleaded no contest in February to two counts of first-degree murder. Read more...

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Life Sentence Sought for Newlywed

Federal prosecutors recommended a life sentence for a 22-year old Montana newlywed Jordan Graham who admitted she pushed her new husband off a cliff last year in Glacier National Park. Her attorney, however, said the "extremely reckless but unintentional act" merits 10 years in prison. A sentencing hearing for Graham is set for March 27 before U.S. District Judge Donald Molloy in Missoula. Graham entered a guilty plea in December to second-degree murder in the July 2013 death of Cody Johnson, 25, her husband of eight days. Read more...

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Texas Gets New Batch of Execution Drugs

Texas has obtained a new batch of the drugs it uses to execute death row inmates, allowing the state to continue carrying out death sentences once its existing supply expires at the end of the month. But correction officials will not say where they bought the drugs, arguing that information must be kept secret to protect the safety of its new supplier. Read more...

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Bieber Blames Injured Foot for DUI

Justin Bieber claimed his Miami Beach arrest back in January for alleged DUI was because of a broken right foot. The pop singer reportedly blamed his shaky sobriety test on a hairline fracture in that same right foot, according to a court document. The singer, 20, claimed on Jan. 23 that he had injured that foot skateboarding three months prior back in October. Police said the pop singer admitted to having beer, marijuana and prescription drugs in his system. Read more...


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March 20, 2014

Missing N.J. Mom Found Dead

The body of a 33-year-old New Jersey mother who vanished Feb. 23 has been found in a vacant and abandoned Elizabeth, New Jersey house and her husband has been charged with her murder. Abayuba Rivas has been arrested for the murder of his wife Karla Villagra-Grazon. Read more...

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'Barefoot Bandit' Items Auctioned

A $100 donation to a Pacific County animal shelter by the "Barefoot Bandit", plus other items linked to his criminal escapades, have combined to generate about $1,725 in contributions to the shelter in an eBay auction. Colton Harris-Moore, one of Washington state's most notorious fugitives, left the $100 and an accompanying note at the Vetter Animal's Shelter in Raymond, Wash. in May 2010, while on the run from the law. Read more...

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Man Beat Father With Pipe, Sledgehammer

It was a pipe versus a sledgehammer in a fight over a vacuum cleaner. A Florida man is charged with attempted murder after allegedly disarming and beating his 87-year-old father with the blunt objects and leaving him to die. Allen Croskey, 55, reflecting on his critically injured father after his arrest Wednesday, told reporters: "I believe that he deserves to have about two to three years in a hospital." Read more...

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Longtime Pastor Bilked Parishioners

A Connecticut pastor allegedly stole more than $173,000 from an elderly parishioner and investigators are now probing similar thefts involving other church members. Robert Genevicz, 67, was charged with felony larceny after turning himself in to police. The pastor of 16 years at Stratford Baptist Church was released after posting $50,000 bail. Read more...

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Official Admits Stealing $460,000 in Quarters

The former public works inspector for a northern New Jersey town has admitted stealing $460,000 in quarters. Thomas Rica pleaded guilty to four counts of theft. In return, prosecutors will recommend that he receive five years' probation and pay about $200,000 in restitution to Ridgewood. Read more...

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Colorado Cracks Down on Sale to Minors

Adults who sell marijuana to minors in Colorado can now face felony charges under a new law implemented in the state. Previously, shops caught selling marijuana to minors only received a fine and a slap on the wrist, according to the station. The tougher approach comes at the same time that recreational use of marijuana by adults was made legal in the state this year. Read more...

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Naked Woman Tries to Visit Jail

A 26-year-old Reston woman was arrested Saturday night after trying to visit her jailed husband while naked and drunk, authorities said. Police say Maura Fussell arrived at the Magistrate's Office shortly before 11 p.m. March 15 to see her husband, who was arrested in Clarendon earlier in the day. Read more...


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March 19, 2014

Heather Elvis Victim of Love Triangle?

A South Carolina woman, missing since December, may have been caught in a love triangle between the married couple accused of her kidnapping and murder. According to prosecutors, Heather Elvis, 20, had an affair with Sidney Moorer, 38, which was discovered in October by his wife, Tammy Moorer. Read more...

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Theater Shooter's Evaluation Delayed

The judge in the Colorado theater shooting case has put a new sanity evaluation for defendant James Holmes on hold because defense lawyers have objected to it. Judge Carlos A. Samour Jr. issued a stay until the defense objections are resolved. It wasn't immediately known how long that will take. Details of the objections haven't been made public. Read more...

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Missing Chicago Toddler Found Dead

A toddler reported missing in Chicago was found dead in a wooded area on the city's south side and the medical examiner's office has ruled the child's death a homicide. The child had reportedly been left with her mother's boyfriend Sunday while her mother went to work. When the mother returned at 5 p.m., the child was nowhere to be found. The child's body was found around 3:30 p.m. Sunday, two hours before the child was reported missing. Read more...

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Woman Stabs NASCAR Fan Husband

A Tennessee woman who claimed to have the devil inside her allegedly crashed her car into a church and stabbed her husband in the chest for "worshipping the NASCAR race." Stephanie Hamman, 23, has been charged with attempted first-degree murder and felony vandalism after police say she drove her car through the front doors of Providence Church in Church Hill, Tenn. Read more...

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Trial Opens in Murder of 9-Year-Old

On a hot summer day in 2009, nine-year-old Chastity Turner was washing her pitbull Pinky with a garden hose outside her father's home in Chicago's Englewood neighborhood, an idyllic moment shattered by gunfire that burst from a passing blue-green van. The gunman was after her father, a gang leader who oversaw crack cocaine sales on the block, prosecutors allege, but it was Chastity who was fatally shot in the back as she ran down the driveway for the safety of the backyard. Her father and two other men were wounded but survived. Read more...

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Man Pleads Guilty In Niece's Murder

A central Illinois man admitted he killed his niece and was sentenced to life in prison without parole.
Justin DeRyke, 22, appeared in court and changed his plea from not guilty to guilty in the murder of his 7-year-old niece, Willow Long. Originally, DeRyke had claimed the girl fell on a stick that pierced her neck, so he stabbed her repeatedly to end her suffering. Read more...


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March 18, 2014

Third Person Arrested in Pfister Murder

A third person was arrested in connection with the murder of Aspen, Colo. socialite Nancy Pfister. Kathy Carpenter was taken into custody at her home in Aspen. The 56-year-old faces charges of first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit first-degree murder, police say. She is being held in the Pitkin County Jail without bond. Carpenter's arrest comes over a week after the arrests of William F. Styler III, 65, and Nancy Styler, 62. Read more...

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Kanye West Gets Probation

Kanye West pleaded no contest to misdemeanor battery against a photographer at Los Angeles International Airport in a special plea in which he maintains his innocence. West entered the plea through his attorney and did not attend the court hearing in Los Angeles. He was sentenced to two years of probation, 24 anger management therapy sessions and 250 hours of community service. Read more...

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Father Stabbed in the Bahamas

Police in the Bahamas are investigating the death of a businessman from eastern Pennsylvania who was found stabbed to death at an island resort. Carl Yerger, 45, of Ruscombmanor, was found dead on the grounds of his hotel in Bimini. Four male suspects were taken into custody but have not been charged, Royal Bahamas police said. Read more...

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14-Year-Old Charged in Double Murder

Cobb County Police have charged a 14-year-old boy with murdering two people over the weekend. The victims' bodies were found at Wild Horse Creek Park in Powder Springs. Cobb County Police spokesman Mike Bowman said officers responded to the Macedonia Drive park after receiving a shots fired call. When they arrived, they found the bodies of 23-year-old Terrance Banks and 21-year-old Sterling Hargrave. Both men had apparently been shot to death. Read more...

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4 UGA Football Players Arrested

Four Georgia football players, including promising safety Tray Matthews, have been charged with multiple counts of theft by deception and have bonded out of the Clarke County Jail on Monday night after being booked. Also charged are defensive linemen Jonathan Taylor and James DeLoach and wide receiver Uriah LeMay. Police said the victim was the University Athletic Department. Read more...

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Missouri Athletes Arrested for Drugs

Police in Columbia confirm four Mizzou athletes were arrested on a misdemeanor charge of marijuana possession. Police pulled over Shaun Rupert on East Broadway near downtown Columbia. The police report states there was a strong odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. The officer found a Swisher Sweet Cigarillo package inside the car. A field test was positive for marijuana. Rupert and Penton Maxey, both football players, and Shane Rector and Wesley Clark, both basketball players, were arrested on the misdemeanor charge of possession of 35 grams or less of marijuana. Read more...

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Colts Owner Arrested for DUI

Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay faces four felony counts after being arrested by Carmel, Ind., police on preliminary charges of driving under the influence and possession of a controlled substance, police said. He was released from Hamilton County Jail. He made no public comments as he exited the building and entered a BMW there to pick him up. Read more...


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March 17, 2014

1977 Escapee Caught in Florida

A convicted killer who escaped from a maximum-security military prison in 1977 and lived a quiet life in South Florida for decades has been captured in Pompano Beach by U.S. Marshals. James Robert Jones, who was living under the name Bruce Walter Keith, escaped from Fort Leavenworth nearly 40 years ago. Read more...

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Dad Kills Daughter, Lesbian Lover

A Houston dad, a registered sex offender, will be facing capital murder charges in the death of his daughter and her lesbian lover. James Cosby is currently being held on evidence tampering charges in the death of Britney Cosby and her lover, Crystal Jackson. Read more...

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Grand Jury to Hear Bedroom Shooting Case

A Harris County grand jury will decide whether a Houston-area father will face charges for fatally shooting a teenage boy he found in his daughter's bedroom. Detectives say the man's 16-year-old daughter let the 17-year-old boy, identified as Johran McCormick, into her family's home in Spring, Texas, and sneaked him into her bedroom, but when her father walked in and questioned who the boy was, she said she didn't know. Read more...

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Charges Dropped in 1 FAMU Case

Prosecutors have decided not to pursue charges against one of the remaining defendants in the hazing death of a FAMU drum major. Zachary White, the attorney for ex-band member Henry Nesbitt, said that the prosecutor is dismissing manslaughter and felony hazing charges against Nesbitt in Robert Champion's November 2011 death following a hazing ritual outside an Orlando hotel. Nesbitt called 911 after Champion collapsed. Read more...

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Former Prison Escapee Freed

Charges were dropped against a 60-year-old San Diego woman who escaped from a Michigan prison in 1977 after authorities learned she had surrendered decades ago and been sentenced to time served. Judge Michael Smyth ordered Judy Lynn Hayman be released immediately. Hayman was arrested Feb. 4 after Michigan authorities discovered she was living in San Diego. Read more...

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Miss Congeniality Charged With Shoplifting

Miss Congeniality picked up a misdemeanor. Chloe Curry, 18, was arrested for shoplifting three days before she won a $600 scholarship at a Washington beauty pageant. Curry of Adna, Wash., and a teen buddy tried to rip off more than $100 worth of lip balm, nail polish, fake eyelashes, fake nails and other cosmetics from a Chehalis Wal-Mart, police said. Read more...

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John Moffitt Charged With Drug Possession

Former Seattle Seahawks guard John Moffitt, who quit football during the middle of the 2013 season, was reportedly arrested early Sunday in Chicago and charged for drug possession and battery. Moffitt, 27, was arrested outside a Chicago nightclub after allegedly punching a man who confronted Moffitt about selling drugs inside the club, When police cuffed him, he was reportedly in possession of pot, cocaine and ecstasy. Read more...

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Chris Brown Arrested on Warrant

Chris Brown was arrested and will be held without bail on a warrant issued by probation officials in the latest legal entanglement for the R&B singer who has struggled to put his 2009 attack on Rihanna behind him. The warrant was issued by the judge overseeing Brown's case after he was informed Friday morning that the singer had been discharged from rehab "for failure to comply with rules and regulations of the program." Read more...

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Chris Pine Pleads Guilty to DUI

The 33-year-old American was fined $93 New Zealand dollars ($79) and had his New Zealand driver's license suspended for six months during a hearing at the Ashburton District Court. Police pulled over Pine early on March 1 after he'd attended a party to mark the end of filming on the movie "Z for Zachariah," which is due for release next year. Fairfax Media reported that Pine told police he'd consumed four vodka drinks. Police told the court that a blood test found Pine's blood-alcohol level was 0.11 percent, which is over New Zealand's legal limit of 0.08 percent. Read more...

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Kate Major Arrested for DUI

Their relationship has been turbulent to say the very least. Now there is further strife between Michael Lohan and his girlfriend Kate Major, after she was arrested for DUI and battery. Kate's mugshot was released after she was booked in Palm Beach, Florida, and shows her make-up free and pouting at the camera with a sour look on her face. Read more...


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March 14, 2014

Man Bites Off Infant Son's Nose

An 18-year-old California man was arrested for biting off the nose of his one-month-old son. The young boy also suffered from a fractured skull and a brain hemorrhage after his mother called police and reported that the baby's face was bleeding. Read more...

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Dad Kills Boy in Daughter's Bedroom

A Houston-area father fatally shot a 17-year-old boy who was inside his teen daughter's bedroom. The father, who was not identified, was notified by one of his children that there was someone in his 16-year-old daughter's room, the report said. He reportedly found his daughter in bed with the teen. Read more...

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Man Killed, Wife Raped in Home Invasion

The men accused of severely beating a man and repeatedly sexually assaulting his pregnant wife may have meant to target a different home for a robbery, authorities in Wisconsin said. Three men face sexual assault and armed robbery charges after police said they broke into a Madison home looking for money, found the couple lying in bed and assaulted the woman, who was six months pregnant, after beating her husband. But a criminal complaint shows a woman may have sought to send the men to rob the home of a man she was dating. Read more...

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Border Agent Suspected in Kidnapping

The FBI says it believes a Border Patrol agent found dead in South Texas is responsible for the kidnapping and assault of three women who were in the country illegally. A spokeswoman for the FBI in San Antonio, Michelle Lee, says the agency has investigated and believes that the agent, who was found dead in his home, is "the person responsible for the kidnappings and the assault of all three of them." She did not elaborate. The agency is not identifying the agent. Read more...

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Idaho Governor Signs Campus Gun Bill

Students, staff and visitors are now cleared to bring concealed guns onto Idaho's college and university campuses. Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter signed the bill into law. It allows retired law enforcement and concealed-carry permit holders bring guns into classrooms and anywhere else on campus — except dormitories and stadiums. Read more...

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Parents Shoot Up Heroin While Kids Play

An Indiana couple has been jailed in Ohio on child endangering charges after police say they overdosed on heroin in a McDonald's play area in front of their children. Hamilton County court records show that the fire department in Green Township, just west of Cincinnati, responded to a call of two adults needing attention in the restaurant's children's play area. Authorities say one was unconscious and not breathing, and the other was conscious but unresponsive. Read more...


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March 13, 2014

Bruce Davis Granted Parole

Bruce Davis -- a former associate of Charles Manson and a convicted killer himself -- was granted parole Wednesday in California, the state Department of Corrections said. Davis was sent to state prison on April 21, 1972, for the first-degree murders of musician Gary Hinman and stuntman Donald "Shorty" Shea in 1969. He was given a life sentence. The corrections department's Board of Parole Hearings granted parole for the 71-year-old Davis following his 28th parole suitability hearing. Read more...

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Woman Arrested in Store Clerk's Death

A woman accused of murdering a convenience store clerk has been arrested, according to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. The GBI said that it had obtained an arrest warrant for 21-year-old Skyy Raven Marie Mims, an aspiring model and singer from Detroit who officials said was on her way to Atlanta. GBI spokeswoman Sherry Lang said Mims is believed to be the woman who killed 36-year-old Dahyabhai Chaudhari, a clerk at Kanku's Express on Airport Road in Dalton. Police believe robbery may have been a motive. Read more...

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Drunk's Car Lands Upside Down

A driver was arrested on suspicion of DUI after his car went over an embankment and ended up upside down in the backyard of a home in Placentia, police said. A palm tree that the car collided with kept the vehicle from crashing into the home, authorities said. Read more...

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Nevada Sheriff Defends I-80 Drug Stops

Humboldt County Sheriff Ed Kilgore is defending the practice of stopping suspected drug traffickers on U.S. Interstate 80 and confiscating tens of thousands of dollars even if no criminal charges are filed. Kilgore sought to assure about 40 citizens at a public meeting in Winnemucca that the stops are legal and not intended to shake down unsuspecting visitors to the rural county 165 miles east of Reno. Read more...

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Chris Pine Charged With DUI

Chris Pine, known for playing Captain Kirk in the "Star Trek" movies, has been charged with drunken driving in New Zealand. New Zealand Police said that a 33-year-old American was charged March 1 with driving with a blood-alcohol level over the legal limit, which in New Zealand is .08 percent. Police did not name the man, but said he was stopped during a routine early-morning check near the South Island town of Methven. Read more...


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March 12, 2014

Steven Hayes Attempts Suicide

A death row inmate convicted in an infamous Connecticut home invasion has apparently attempted suicide. Steven Hayes was found unresponsive in his death row cell by staff members during a routine cell check at the Northern Correctional Institution. Read more...

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Peru Agrees to Extradite Van der Sloot

Peru has agreed to extradite Joran Van der Sloot to the United States but it won't happen anytime soon. Currently serving a 28-year-old sentence for killing Stephany Flores, Van der Sloot will not be sent to the U.S.A. until after he finishes that prison term. Read more...

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Stroller Accomplice Wants Juvenile Trial

A Georgia teenager charged as an accomplice in the fatal shooting of a 13-month-old boy in his stroller wants his trial moved to juvenile court so he can avoid being prosecuted for murder — a legal move the slain baby's mother says she opposes. A judge Tuesday ordered a mental evaluation for 16-year-old Dominique Lang, who is charged as an adult with felony murder in the March 2013 slaying of young Antonio Santiago. Read more...

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Octomom Pleads Not Guilty

"Octomom" Nadya Suleman has pleaded not guilty to a fourth count of welfare fraud. The single mother of octuplets and six other children appeared briefly for arraignment in Los Angeles Superior Court. The latest count alleges Suleman, 38, wrongly collected an additional $10,000 in benefits from the state. Read more...

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Wrongly Convicted Death Row Inmate Freed

After 30 years behind bars -- most of them on death row -- a Louisiana man, Glenn Ford, walked free from the maximum security prison at Angola. A Louisiana District Court judge vacated Ford's murder conviction and death sentence and ordered his release. Ford, 64, had been on death row for the 1983 murder of Isadore Rozeman, a Shreveport jeweler and watchmaker for whom he did occasional yard work. He always maintained his innocence. Read more...

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Teen Who Killed Grandparents Gets Life

A judge says an Iowa teenager who pleaded guilty to killing his grandparents should never get another chance at freedom. District Judge Michael Shubatt sentenced 18-year-old Isaiah Sweet to life in prison without the possibility of parole in the May 2012 shooting deaths of Janet and Richard Sweet at their home in Manchester. Read more...

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Houston Women Found Dead Near Dumpster

Police are searching for a man they would like to question in the deaths of two young Houston women whose bodies were found next to a dumpster in Port Bolivar, Texas. An autopsy conducted by the Galveston County Medical Examiner's Office found one woman was beaten to death and the other shot. Britney Crosby, 24, died from blunt force trauma to the head and Crystal Jackson, also 24, died from a gunshot wound. Read more...


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March 11, 2014

Bustamante Denied New Trial

A young Missouri woman who at 15 years old pleaded guilty to killing a 9-year-old neighbor girl just to see how it felt has been denied a new trial. A judge has denied the appeal of Alyssa Bustamante who pleaded guilty to killing Elizabeth Olten and burying her in the woods. Read more...

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'Mom Tried to Kill Us'

A pregnant South Carolina woman locked herself and her three children inside her minivan, then drove it into the surf at Daytona Beach, telling the children that she was, "trying to take them to a better place," said authorities. Police said Ebony Wilkerson, 32, of North Charleston, looked "possessed" as she tried to ward off bystanders who were pulling her screaming children from the semi-submerged van. Read more...

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Adam Lanza - You Can't Get More Evil

The father of Connecticut school shooter Adam Lanza said in his first interview about the massacre that what his son did couldn't "get any more evil" and he wishes his son hadn't been born. In his most extensive comments since the shooting, Peter Lanza described his struggle to comprehend the actions of his son, who killed his mother then gunned down 20 children and six educators at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown in December 2012. Read more...

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Man Arrested in Family's Death

A mother and her two young children were killed and a 31-year-old family friend was arrested on suspicion of murder after the woman's teenage daughter fled a Colorado home and alerted a neighbour, who called police. The victims included a 5-year-old boy, a 9-year-old girl and their 35-year-old mother, who were found in a home in Canon City, about 115 miles south of Denver. Read more...

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Teen Slits Girlfriend's Mom's Throat

A 13-year-old girl was arrested with her boyfriend after they tried to kill her mother in their Florida home so the two teens could be together, police said. The girl, Yaquelin Galvez-Don, allegedly lured her mother into the garage of their Marion County home — where the teen's boyfriend, 15-year-old Pedro Solis, slit her throat with a knife, police said. Read more...

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Brothers Deny Killing Grandmother

Two brothers suspected along with their cousin of killing a 78-year-old woman during a botched robbery at her Vermont home in 2010 and then dumping her body in a ravine have pleaded not guilty to murder and other charges. Half-brothers Richard Fletcher and Keith Baird entered the pleas in court while relatives of victim Pat O'Hagan looked on. Read more...

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24-Year-Old Gets 3rd DUI

Laura Lukasiak, a 24 year-old from Orchard Park was pulled over on Orchard Park Road after speeding and weaving out of her lane. She was given a field sobriety test and subsequently arrested for driving while intoxicated. Lukasiak was taken to the police station and refused to submit to a breathalyzer. The charge was upgraded to a class D felony due to two prior DWI convictions in the past 10 years. Read more...

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Holder: Heroin an Urgent 'Public Health Crisis'

Attorney General Eric Holder called the increase in heroin-related deaths an "urgent and growing public health crisis" and said first responders should carry with them a drug that can reverse the effects of an overdose. The video message posted on the Justice Department's website reflects the federal government's concern about the growing prevalence of heroin and prescription painkillers. The number of overdose deaths involving heroin increased by 45 percent between 2006 and 2010, according to White House Office of National Drug Control Policy. Read more...


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March 10, 2014

Two Arrested in Mystery Quilt Case

A California man and his brother have been arrested almost 25 years after the wife of one of them was found dead in her car in an airport parking lot under a unique quilt that became a clue in the case. David Zimmer and his brother Robert Zimmer have both been charged with the murder of Cathy Zimmer in 1989. Read more...

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New Jersey Mom Missing

A 33-year-old New Jersey mother has been missing since leaving her home to run an errand to a nearby neighborhood drugstore. Elizabeth, NJ police said Karla Villagra-Garzon has been missing since around 10 p.m. Monday, Feb. 24. The missing woman is the mother of a 2-year-old child. Read more...

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Club Shooting Leaves 3 Dead

A gunman opened fire inside a northern Ohio nightclub early Sunday, killing an off-duty police officer and two other men and wounding a fourth man. Detectives are working to identify the gunman at the Last Call Bar in Fremont, which is about 35 miles southeast of Toledo. No arrest has been made. Read more...

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Teen Accused of Killing Man for Cell Phone

A 17-year-old is charged as an adult with first-degree murder for allegedly shooting a man to death in Seattle for his cell phone. The King County prosecutor's office said that Byron White shot David Peterson, 54, on Feb. 23 as he was on the phone to 911. Peterson had gone for a walk in his Greenwood neighborhood and encountered White in a parking lot. Read more...

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Preacher Convicted of Killing Son-in-Law

An Oklahoma City preacher has been convicted of first-degree manslaughter in the shooting death of his son-in-law. An Oklahoma County jury found 54-year-old Michael Scott Elder guilty in the Feb. 20, 2013, shooting death of 27-year-old Gary Davidson and recommended a 15-year-prison sentence. Sentencing was scheduled for April 28. Read more...

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Missing Girl Found, Dad Arrested

A Maryland girl who disappeared after her mother was found dead last week has been located following a nationwide search. Police said that 11-year-old Caitlyn Virts was located along with her father, Timothy Virts, in a motel in Florence, South Carolina. She and her father had been missing since the body of the girl's mother, Bobby Jo Cortez, was found at her home Thursday in Maryland. Read more...

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Heroin Spike Caught Officials Off Guard

From the beginning, the U.S. government's decade-long crackdown on prescription drug abuse has run an unsettling risk: that arresting doctors and shuttering "pill mills" would inadvertently fuel a new epidemic of heroin use. As some pain medications have become less available on the street and pricier, many users have switched to cheaper heroin, since prescription pills and heroin are in the same class of drugs and provide a comparable, euphoric high. Read more...


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March 07, 2014

FBI Probes 1976 'Gypsy Hill' Case

New DNA evidence from a Nevada murder in 1976 linked to a series of murders in San Mateo County, California around the same time has prompted the FBI to launch a new task force to investigate what is known as the "Gypsy Hill" killings. DNA evidence from the murder of Michelle Mitchell (left) in Reno has been linked to samples from the Gypsy Hill cases. Read more...

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Man Charged in Holly Bobo Case

A Tennessee man whose property and home were searched last week in connection with a missing nursing student has now been charged in the case. Zachary Adams has been charged with especially aggravated kidnapping and first-degree murder in the death of Holly Bobo. Read more...

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Cold Case Suspect Commits Suicide

The suspect in a 30-year-old cold case murder committed suicide days after learning that he'd been linked to the crime through fingerprint and DNA evidence, authorities said. Robert Hathaway, 48, of Fairfield, Calif., hanged himself four days after police interviewed him about the killing and collected a DNA sample. Hathaway was a suspect in the Aug. 31, 1983 murder and sexual assault of 40-year-old Priscilla Strole. Read more...

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Student Charged in Death of Teacher

A former student of a middle school teacher found dead in a motel room after a fire has been charged with murder in her death, according to the Greenville County Sheriff's Office. Charged was Darrin Terrell Eskew, 21, of Greenville. Berea Middle School teacher Laurie Patton, 38, was found dead after a fire at the Quality Inn and Suites on South Pleasantburg Drive near Mauldin Road. Read more...

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Teen Indicted for 12-Year-Old's Death

A 15-year-old New Mexico teen accused of killing his 12-year-old playmate was indicted on a murder charge. A Valencia County grand jury indicted the teen on charges of first-degree murder and tampering with evidence. Thirteenth Judicial District Attorney Lemuel Martinez said last week that he intends to try the 15-year-old as an adult. But he said a judge would have the option of sentencing the teen as a youthful offender. Read more...

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Ad Campaign Targets Stoned Driving

Colorado is spending $1 million on television ads making fun of marijuana users who space out during everyday tasks — an effort to stop stoned driving. The Colorado Department of Transportation unveiled the "Drive High, Get a DUI" campaign, the state's first effort since marijuana was legalized in 2012 to remind drivers that pot should be treated like alcohol and not used before driving. Read more...




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March 06, 2014

Court Upholds Huguely Conviction

A state appeals court has upheld the second-degree murder conviction of a former University of Virginia lacrosse player for beating a member of the school's women's lacrosse team to death. The court affirmed the conviction of George W. Huguely V for the death of Yeardley Love in May 2010. Read more...

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Boyfriend Arrested in Teacher's Murder

The boyfriend of a Texas elementary school teacher who disappeared over the weekend on a trip to New Mexico and was later found dead has been arrested. Police say Robert Earley, 33, admitted to killing 30-year-old Emily Lambert, whose body was found on a ranch in Loving, N.M.. Earley was arrested in Carlsbad. Read more...

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Man Guilty of Killing Newlywed Wife

Paul Mattei, a 67-year-old Georgia man, has been sentenced to life plus 20 years in prison for killing his wife for insurance money, Fulton County prosecutors say. District Attorney's spokeswoman Yvette Jones says Mattei was found guilty on charges of murder, felony murder, aggravated assault, insurance fraud and weapons offenses in the June 2011 death of Angela Williams. Read more...

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Sisters' Suspected Killer Surrenders

Allen Darell Wade, the Pittsburgh man charged in the death of two sisters in the East Liberty section of the city last month, surrendered to police. Wade, 43, a next-door neighbor of the victims, had previously been questioned by police after the bodies of 44-year-old Susan Wolfe and 38-year-old Sarah Wolfe were found in the basement of their home on Feb. 7. The victims were the sisters of Iowa State Representative Mary Wolfe. Read more...

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Ivy League Killer Found Guilty

This time, they cried tears of relief. The mother and grandmother of tragic Danielle Thomas filled a Queens courtroom with their sobs as the pretty brunette's Ivy Leaguer former boyfriend was convicted of her murder. Raised in a group home, but schooled at Columbia University and the University of Florida, convicted first-degree murderer Jason Bohn now faces a maximum of life in prison without parole when he is sentenced April 2. Read more...

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Man Strangled to Death in Cancun

Mexican authorities are investigating the killing of a 22-year-old American man who was strangled in the Caribbean resort city of Cancun over the weekend. The U.S. Embassy in Mexico City said the body of Craig Taylor from Kissimmee, Fla., was found on a dirt road in Punta Sam, a residential area north of downtown Cancun. Read more...

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Teen Killed Grandma With Bat

An 18-year-old boy has allegedly confessed to beating his grandmother to death with a baseball bat after she refused to give him a ride to the store. JeNorman Bland was arrested while driving 61-year-old Glenda Smith Woodard's stolen vehicle in Georgia, just as her mangled body was discovered in her Butts County home that evening. Read more...




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March 05, 2014

Student Missing in New Orleans

Police with the help of family and friends are searching from New Orleans to Slidell, Louisiana for a 19-year-old college student who has been missing since Friday. Hayley Howard was last seen dropping off a friend at an on-campus dormitory at the University of New Orleans where she was a student. Read more...

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Woman Arrested in 1983 Iowa Murders

An Iowa woman has been charged in the 1983 slayings of her estranged husband and his girlfriend, who were found bludgeoned to death at a horse ranch. Theresa Lynn Supino's arrest in the March 3, 1983, deaths of Steven Fisher and Melisa Gregory came on the 31st anniversary of the killings. Read more...

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Court Upholds Huguely Conviction

A Virginia appeals court Upheld the second-degree murder conviction of a former University of Virginia lacrosse player found guilty in the beating death of his ex-girlfriend, Yeardley Love, in May 2010. George W. Huguely V's lawyers appealed his 2012 conviction in the murder of Love, 22, who was a member of the U.Va. women's lacrosse team and a native of Cockeysville. Read more...

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Couple Accused of Killing Aspen Socialite

A husband and wife who rented the house of a Colorado resort town socialite are accused of killing her and leaving her body in a closet after she returned home from an overseas vacation. Nancy Pfister, 57, was the daughter of the late Betty and Art Pfister, longtime Aspen residents who co-founded the Buttermilk ski area. Authorities arrested William Styler III, 65, and Nancy Styler, 62, at the Aspenalt Lodge in Basalt, where they were staying after apparently moving out of Pfister's two-garage, two-story home Feb. 22. Both are charged with first-degree murder and are being held without bond. Read more...

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Daughter Charged in Sledgehammer Murder

The night before a 75-year-old woman was bludgeoned to death by her daughter, she dialed 911 twice, the second time to report her daughter and grandson were smoking marijuana and she wanted the illegal activity to stop, court papers revealed. Nancy Eleanor Burleigh died Monday night from injuries suffered in the attack, during which police said her daughter, Cindy Lynn Burleigh, 57, smashed in the back of her head with a sledgehammer. Read more...

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White Supremacist Accepts Legal Aid

A white supremacist accused of a Northwest crime spree that claimed four lives has accepted legal help less than two months after winning the right to represent himself at his upcoming trial, his lawyers said. Court-appointed attorneys Renee Manes and Richard Wolf confirmed in phone interviews that they are again representing David "Joey" Pedersen. Pedersen, 32, and Holly Ann Grigsby, 28, are awaiting trial on federal charges of kidnapping, carjacking and murder. They are accused of killing a man on the Oregon coast and another in Northern California. Read more...

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Kennedys Against MADD Mothers

Kerry Kennedy, fresh off an acquittal in her drugged-driving case, stirred outrage from relatives of drunken driving victims when she blasted Westchester County for its hard line in prosecuting boozy motorists. "I think it's disgusting for her to say that, to try to pull the rug out from prosecutors trying to protect us from people like her," Michael Flynn, who lost his 7-year-old daughter in a 2005 Lido Beach, L.I., drunken driving crash, told the Daily News. "Seems she's upset she got treated like a normal citizen." Read more...




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March 04, 2014

Home Searched in Holly Bobo Case

Calling it an "important time" in the investigation, Tennessee authorities have executed several search warrants in connection with the case of missing 20-year-old nursing student Holly Bobo. Properties being searched include that of a 29-year-old man who is being held in an unrelated assault on a woman at his home. Read more...

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Shootout Leaves Phoenix Officer Dead

A Phoenix police officer was out of surgery and recovering in an intensive-care unit after being critically wounded by a fugitive in a shootout that left a fellow officer and the suspect dead, authorities said. Police Chief Daniel Garcia said that the injured officer, a nine-year veteran of the force, was "still fighting for his life" and asked for prayers for the families of both officers. Read more...

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Man Gets 40 Years in Freeway Shootings

A man who kept a swath of southeastern Michigan on edge for weeks by shooting at two-dozen vehicles along a busy highway corridor was sentenced to 16-to-40 years in prison on a terrorism conviction. Raulie Casteel, 44, learned his fate in Livingston County Circuit Court, where a jury in January found him guilty of terrorism, rejecting his claim that the shootings were the impulsive result of uncontrolled delusions and paranoia. Read more...

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Kidnapped Mom Found in Son's Car Trunk

A Richmond, Va. man is charged with kidnapping his mother after she was found alive in the trunk of his car last week. Police say Regelio Lopez, 20, abducted his mother in Richmond and he was arrested about five hours later and roughly 380 miles away in Orangeburg, S.C. Lopez was reportedly spotted by police at a rest stop and a search of his car turned up his mother in the trunk. Read more...

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Boy, 13, Charged With Terrorizing Women

A 13-year-old boy has been arrested in connection with five sexual contact incidents in an apartment complex in Camden County. Investigators say the incidents began in December of last year at the Autumn Ridge Apartments on Little Gloucester Road in Blackwood, New Jersey. This woman says her friend was attacked. Read more...

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Young Mom Charged With Drunk Driving

A young mom is facing drunken driving charges after a crash in Massachusetts that sent a van carrying three children careening into an icy pond. Elizabeth Facey, 21, had her own 3-year-old daughter in her car when she ran a red light in Milford and slammed into a minivan with four people inside. The van crashed into a frigid pond near the intersection of Route 16 and Beaver St., authorities said. Read more...




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March 03, 2014

Clues Lead to Teen's Killer

Authorities have arrested a 21-year-old man in connection with the murder of an 18-year-old South Carolina woman who was sexually assaulted, strangled and dumped next to a dirt road. A former high school classmate, riding an ATV, found the body of Briana Nicole Rabon Wednesday in a wooded area 50 miles north of Columbia. Read more...

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Teens Arrested After Deadly Home Invasion

Three teens have been arrested after a deadly home invasion in Bedford. Officials with the Lawrence County Sheriff's Dept. say they received a phone call saying someone had found a family member dead at a home on Dutch Ridge Road. When officers arrived at the home, they found 43-year-old Rodney Allender dead from blunt force trauma. Police determined money and firearms had been stolen from the home and began a death investigation. Read more...

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Two Arrested in Infant's Death

A Columbia woman and her boyfriend were arrested on suspicion of second-degree murder in connection with the death of the woman's 8-month-old daughter. Anna E. Steele, 24, of Columbia was arrested at the Columbia Police Department just 24 hours after Columbia police officers and emergency medical personnel were dispatched to 504 Woodbridge Drive in reference to an infant who was not breathing. Read more...

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Two-Year-Old Causes Auto Crash

A Connecticut man is in custody after he left alone in his idling car his 2-year-old daughter, who put the vehicle into drive, smashing it into parked cars. West Hartford Police arrested Oscar Chicas, 33, charging him with risk of injury. He is being held on $15,000 bond. Read more...

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House Arrest Ordered for Todd Harrell

Troubled rocker Todd Harrell has been ordered to relocate to Tennessee to be placed on house arrest until he stands trial there for vehicular homicide, after he was arrested for DUI in Mississippi while out on bail. The bassist was suspended indefinitely from his band 3 Doors Down last month, a day after he was found passed out in his car at a street intersection in D'Iberville, Mississippi and booked for driving under the influence. Read more...

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Chris Brown Ordered Back to Rehab

A California judge ordered Chris Brown to remain in an anger-management rehab program and told the pop singer to return to court in two months. On Friday, Superior Court Judge James Brandlin scheduled Brown's next hearing for April 23. That would come after what's expected to be a brief assault trial in Washington, D.C., earlier that month. Read more...




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