October 31, 2014

Fugitive Eric Frein Captured

A man suspected of ambushing two Pennsylvania state troopers and consequently placed on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted list, has been captured after an intensive 48-day manhunt, according to state police spokeswoman Connie Devens. No details were released. Read more...

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Bodies of Missing Texans Found

The governor and chief prosecutor for a northern Mexico border state confirmed that three Texans missing for more than two weeks were found dead near Matamoros a day earlier. The father of the three, Pedro Alvarado, identified them from photographs of the bodies showing tattoos, Tamaulipas state Attorney General Ismael Quintanilla Acosta told Radio Formula. Clothing found with the bodies near the border city also matched that of the three siblings from Progreso, Texas, who disappeared with a Mexican friend. Read more...

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Man Arrested in Teen's Stabbing

A New York man is being held without bail in connection with the stabbing death of 18-year-old Maggie Rosales on Long Island. Adam Saalfield, of Huntington Station, N.Y., was arrested and charged with second-degree murder. Rosales was found stabbed in the neck Oct. 12, lying face down on a Huntington Station street, police said. Read more...

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Christina Morris Still Missing

Two months later, a Fort Worth woman vanished from a popular Plano shopping and dining development is still missing. Christina Marie Morris, 23, was last seen Aug. 30 after spending a night out with friends. She was last seen walking into a parking garage at The Shops at Legacy at about 4 a.m. that Saturday morning. Read more...

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Arrest Made in Road Rage Death

Police have made an arrest in the slaying of an Oakland, Calif. woman who was killed in what has been described as a road-rage shooting. But police announcing the arrest of 20-year-old Carl Stephen Dubose said Thursday the shooting included a combination of complex factors. They declined to elaborate. Dubose was arrested in Elk Grove. Oakland Police Chief Sean Whent said the vehicle and firearm involved in the incident were also recovered. Read more...

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Police Seek 'Very Pregnant' Robber

Police are searching for a robbery suspect described as pregnant and wearing a large, red cape. Atlanta police say the woman is a suspect in at least four armed robberies in the city recent weeks. The clerk at a Walgreens store told police the woman said she had a gun and took about $200 from the register before escaping in a gold Nissan Maxima on Oct. 6. The clerk described her as being "very pregnant" and wearing a cape. Read more...

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14-Year-Old Arrested for Robbery

For the second time in four months, a 14-year-old North Fort Myers girl has been involved in an armed robbery, investigators said. Lee County Sheriff deputies arrested Haley Nicole Zaccagnino, 14, of Orange Grove Boulevard in North Fort Myers. Deputies said she robbed the 7-Eleven on Pondella Road at gunpoint. They said she also tried to throw them off her trail by peeling off the clothing she robbed the store in; however, the trail of discarded clothing helped lead officers to her. Read more...


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October 30, 2014

Missing Person: Chelsea Bruck

Authorities are asking for information about a 22-year-old woman who has been missing since attending a Halloween party last weekend in southern Michigan. Chelsea Ellen Bruck, of Maybee, Mich., has been missing since the party early Sunday morning in Frenchtown Township, about 30 miles south of Detroit. Sheriff's officials said a witness had come forward, saying he had seen Bruck with an unknown white male. Read more...

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Texas Executes Triple Killer

A former gang member blew kisses to friends as he sat strapped to a gurney inside a Texas prison for a triple homicide that he was convicted of more than a decade ago. Miguel Angel Paredes, 32, attempted to make peace with family members of the victims none of which were present with a final statement that he prepared inside the walls of the Huntsville facility. Read more...

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Killer Suspected in 5 More Deaths

A man suspected of murder and a series of bank robberies, is now also under investigation for five additional killings. Dion Jordan has already been arrested in relation to an Oct. 19 kidnapping, and the killing of 50-year-old Dallas Long, who was found shot to death on Oct. 17. Police sources say that Jordan is now suspected in five additional murders and five bank robberies. Read more...

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Man Charged With Killing Mom

A Winchester, Mass. man charged with killing his mother and her two cats has been ordered held without bail. Not guilty pleas were entered on behalf of 46-year-old Matthew McAveeney at his arraignment in Woburn District Court on murder and animal cruelty charges. Prosecutors say he killed 70-year-old Barbara McAveeney, whose body was found Oct. 14 in her Winchester condominium. Read more...

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Convicted Killer Found Dead in Cell

An Indiana man who fatally stabbed and shot a fellow Purdue University student earlier this year has been found dead from an apparent suicide in his prison cell, state correction officials said. The Indiana Department of Correction said 24-year-old Cody Cousins was pronounced dead about 30 minutes after being found unresponsive at the Indiana State Prison with self-inflicted lacerations to his neck and arms. Read more...

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Crime Spree Fugitive Captured

A child rape suspect who police say cut off his monitoring bracelet and went on a violent cross-country crime spree was captured in upstate New York. Gregory Lewis, 26, was arrested just before midnight in the Village of Fort Edward, just north of Albany, N.Y. Police say a New York State Trooper spotted Lewis driving with a missing license plate on his Jeep Grand Cherokee. When the trooper tried to pull him over, Lewis sped away. Read more...



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October 29, 2014

Bomber's Friend Found Guilty

A friend of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was convicted of lying during the investigation into the 2013 attack. Robel Phillipos, 21, was convicted of two counts for lying about being in Tsarnaev's dorm room while two other friends removed a backpack containing fireworks and other potential evidence three days after the bombing while an intense manhunt was underway for the suspected bombers. He looked straight ahead impassively as the guilty verdicts were read. Read more...

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Woman Killed in Road Rage Shooting

Police in Oakland, Calif. say a 30-year-old mother of four was shot to death during a possible road-rage confrontation. Officer Johnna Watson says Perla Avina was a passenger in a Toyota Camry driven by her husband in the city's Brookfield Village neighborhood when someone in another car shot her. Police say an angry motorist sprayed gunfire into the 1998 Camry, hitting Avina in the head as she sat in the front passenger seat on the way home from a grocery store run. Read more...

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Man Charged in 13-Year-Old's Murder

Prosecutors have charged a 30-year-old Gary, Ind. man with murder after he allegedly shot a 13-year-old neighbor who he suspected of burglarizing his home. Khanji Fairly was being held without bond at the Lake County Jail following the slaying of Kobe Jones of Gary. Fairley was agitated Friday after discovering his home had been broken into. The witness says Fairly pointed at Jones sitting on the porch of his home nearby, said Jones was laughing, and said he knew the boy was the burglar. Read more...

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Woman Gets 2 DUIs in 3 Hours

A Rochester woman accused of driving drunk twice in a three-hour span last weekend was also twice previously convicted of driving while ability impaired. Catherine M. Butler, 26, faces misdemeanor driving while intoxicated charges after she was arrested twice while driving on Buffalo Road in Gates while dressed in a zombie costume, said Lt. Jon Ballard of the Gates Police Department. Read more...

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Goodman Convicted of DUI Again

Florida jurors for a second time have convicted the founder of the International Polo Club in a fatal drunken-driving crash. Jurors took four hours to convict 51-year-old John Goodman of DUI manslaughter and vehicular homicide after a three-week trial. His bond was revoked and he was taken into custody immediately after the verdict was read. His 2012 conviction was overturned because of a juror's misconduct. Read more...



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October 28, 2014

Steven Powell Arrested Again

The father-in-law of missing Utah woman Susan Cox Powell has been arrested in Tacoma, Washington on child pornography charges. Powell, who is now a registered sex offender, served 30 months in prison on voyeurism charges involving two girls who were former neighbors. Read more...

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High Court Gets OJ's Appeal

O.J. Simpson's appeal for release from a Nevada prison is now up to the state's Supreme Court. Simpson lawyers argue in a final brief to the Nevada high court that a lower court judge was wrong to deny the former football star a new trial in his 2008 kidnapping and armed robbery conviction for a hotel room heist in Las Vegas. Read more...

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Fugitive Sought in Multi-State Crime Spree

A Massachusetts man wanted in numerous violent crimes including child rape, kidnapping, assault and robbery in an alleged multi-state crime spree may be heading back to the East Coast. 26-year-old Gregory Lewis has been placed on the Massachusetts State Police most wanted list and has been linked to crimes there and in Colorado, North Carolina and Oregon. Read more...

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Theater Shooting Trial Delayed

A Colorado judge has postponed the death penalty trial for movie theater shooter James Holmes so that Holmes' attorneys can have more time to evaluate a second report on their client's sanity. Judge Carlos A. Samour wrote in a ruling that jury selection will start Jan. 20. It had been set for Dec. 8. The new schedule won't unnecessarily delay the case but gives Holmes' attorneys time to analyze the second sanity exam and prepare for trial, Samour wrote in the order. Read more...

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Wife Survives Husband's Arson

A West Texas man has been charged with arson after being accused of setting fire to a home where his wife was inside. The Odessa American reports the woman, who was not identified, suffered non-life threatening burn injuries in the blaze. Odessa police spokesman Cpl. Steve LeSueur said officers detained the woman's husband, 61-year old Mark Wright, not far from the home. Read more...

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Teen Busted Stealing Sex Toys

This South Carolina teen may have had Shades of Grey on her mind before she was busted stealing an assortment of sex toys from a Spencer's in Spartanburg, police said. Karla Farmer allegedly pinched Rock Hard erection cream and Deep Throat desensitizing spray from Spencer's "love unit" department at the WestGate mall. The 18-year-old then returned to the store and reportedly stole some handcuffs. Read more...

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Woman Charged With Overdose Deaths

A Centennial woman who was arrested after four people associated with her died after mixing drugs has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder with extreme indifference. 51-year-old Almeda Sullivan entered her plea Monday for the death of 21-year-old Carter Higdon, who was found dead in Sullivan's home in October 2011. Sullivan is accused of selling Higdon and other young adults narcotic painkillers similar to oxycodone. Read more...




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October 27, 2014

Hannah Graham's Remains IDed

Authorities have confirmed that the human remains found last week in Albemarle County belong to University of Virginia student Hannah Graham. The remains were found just over five miles from where the remains of student Morgan Harrington was found in 2009. Graham's parents released a statement after the identification was confirmed. Read more...

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2 Deputies Dead, Suspect Arrested

A man armed with an assault rifle shot three sheriff's deputies and a civilian, killing two of the deputies and leading dozens of police officers on a wild six-hour chase and manhunt that spanned two Northern California counties before the 34-year-old suspect was taken into custody. Marcelo Marquez, of Salt Lake City, was taken alive from a home in Auburn in Placer County after the initial shooting hours earlier in a strip mall in a commercial area of Sacramento. Read more...

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Loser Shoots Up High School

A student recently crowned freshman class Homecoming prince walked into his Seattle-area high school cafeteria and opened fire, killing one person and shooting several others in the head before turning the gun on himself, police said. Witnesses said the gunman, identified by a law enforcement source as 14-year-old Jaylen Fryberg, was staring at students as he shot them at Marysville-Pilchuck High School. Read more...

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Man Guilty of Cemetery Killing

A 60-year-old western New York man has been found guilty in the stabbing death of his estranged wife in 1979. New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says an Erie County Court jury found Michael Rodriguez of Buffalo guilty of second-degree murder after three hours of deliberations. The body of his wife, 21-year-old Patricia Rodriguez, was found in a Lackawanna cemetery on Good Friday in April 1979. Police say she had been stabbed more than 100 times. Read more...

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Cliff-Pushing Newlywed Appeals

A Montana woman is appealing her conviction for killing her husband of eight days by pushing him off a cliff in Glacier National Park last year. Jordan Graham's attorneys argue in an appeal filed with 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that prosecutors distorted and withheld evidence to convince jurors that Graham planned to kill Cody Lee Johnson on July 7, 2013. Graham pleaded guilty to second-degree murder, which doesn't involve premeditation, just before closing arguments in her December 2013 trial. Read more...

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2 Arrested in 9-Year-Old's Death

Two gang members were arrested in the killing of a 9-year-old Anaheim girl who was hit by stray gunfire while playing outside her apartment, police said. Ricardo Cruz, 19, of Buena Park and Alfredo Miguel Aquino, 20, of Anaheim were arrested and booked on suspicion of murder in the death of Ximena Meza. Chief Raul Quezada said detectives who solved the case were fueled by grieving and a search for justice for the little girl. Read more...

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Stoner Texts Officer for Weed

A Georgia man pleaded guilty to violating his probation by mistakenly asking his probation officer for marijuana. "You have some weed," asked Alvin Cross Jr., of Albany, in a text message intended for his drug dealer. Cross sent the message to the officer instead. The text landed Cross one year in prison for violating his probation, in addition to another year on a drug charge after police raided his apartment and found cocaine. Read more...


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October 24, 2014

Rape Warrant Issued for Matthew

A judge issued a warrant to bring the man accused of abducting missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham to Fairfax County to face charges in a previous crime. County prosecutors sought and received the bench warrant for Jesse L. Matthew Jr., 32. He was indicted earlier this week on charges including attempted capital murder in connection to a 2005 sexual assault in Fairfax City. Read more...

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Teen, Boyfriend Plot Family's Death

A teenager and her 23-year-old boyfriend have been charged in an alleged plot to murder her family and run away. The 15-year-old girl is accused of stabbing her 12-year-old brother in the throat and attempting to stab her younger sister. The incident happened on Oct. 17 at the family's home in Plymouth Township, Mich. The boy was hospitalized with multiple stab wounds. The girl's boyfriend, Michael Rivera, is alleged to have been outside the house sending text messages with instructions for carrying out the crime. Read more...

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NY Cop Attacked With Hatchet

A hatchet-wielding man was shot and killed Thursday, after allegedly attacking a New York City police officer. The suspect walked up to a group of uniformed officers around 2 p.m., allegedly without warning, and attacked, police said. The attack occurred in the commercial district in the borough of Queens while four rookie New York Police Department officers on foot patrol were posing for a photo, police said. Read more...

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Man Faces Charges in Mother's Death

A Florida man has been charged with homicide in the death of his mother. Joshua Ortiz, 20, was arrested by Maryland State Police, hundreds of miles from where his 45-year-old mother was found dead, in their Oviedo, Fla., home. Jacqueline Ortiz's two other sons discovered her body, according to police. Joshua Ortiz had already disappeared, along with his mother's white Ford Mustang convertible. Read more...

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Mom Tries to Kill Hospitalized Son

A Houston-area woman charged with attempting to kill her hospitalized 5-month-old son has also come under scrutiny in the 2013 death of her toddler daughter in Mississippi. Harris County jail records show 19-year-old Cynthia Wood of Galena Park was being held on a charge of attempted capital murder. Her bond is $250,000. Court records show Wood has denied harming the infant boy. Read more...

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Mother-Daughter Deaths Unsolved

This week marks six months since a mother and her teenage daughter were murdered in their Kentucky home and still, police are no closer to solving the case than they were on day one. Kathy Netherland, a 48-year-old elementary school teacher, and her 16-year-old daughter Samantha were found slain in their Botland home on April 22. Investigators say the two were killed around 8 p.m. the night before. They haven't released a cause of death. Read more...




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October 23, 2014

Holmes Asks for Another Delay

In a motion that surprised absolutely no one, attorneys for James Holmes, the accused Aurora theater shooter, have asked for another trial delay. Holmes' public defender asked for the delay to give the defense time to review the mental evaluation filed with the court. Read more...

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Man Guilty of Luring, Killing Teacher

A part-time snowplow driver was convicted Wednesday of luring a prep-school teacher out of her northern Vermont home under the guise of a broken down car, then killing her. The 32-year-old defendant, Allen Prue, cried when the jury announced its verdict, as did relatives of the victim, Melissa Jenkins. Read more...

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Two Dead in Shooting at Hospital

Police say a man fatally shot a woman in the pharmacy of a Houston hospital before turning the gun on himself. The alleged murder-suicide happened Ben Taub Hospital's outpatient pharmacy. Police say a pharmacist and pharmacy tech died. Read more...

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Boyfriend Buries Body Near Church

The boyfriend of a missing pregnant Ohio woman confessed to killing her and led investigators to a body believed to be hers. Columbus police say 22-year-old Jacob Ferrero confessed to killing Samantha Greenlee, also 22, and burying her body near a church. Police said the confession led them to uncover a body in a wooded area near the Madison Christian church in Columbus. Read more...

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Arrest Made in Delayed DUI Death

A Navarre man has been charged with DUI manslaughter in connection with a July crash that led to the death of a Gulf Breeze man. Keanu William Medina, 19, was reportedly driving under the influence when he crossed over several lanes of traffic, went over a concrete divider and collided head-on with a Jeep driven by 60-year-old Gregory Winter, according to the Florida Highway Patrol. Read more...

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Alcohol Abuse Killed Elizabeth Pena

"La Bamba" actress Elizabeth Pena died of complications from alcohol abuse, including cirrhosis of the liver, according to the death certificate. Pena, 55, died at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles on Oct. 14 after going into cardiac arrest as a result of her condition, the certificate states. She also suffered from gastrointestinal bleeding in the hours before her death. Read more...


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October 22, 2014

Arias Penalty Trial Finally Begins

Almost 18 months after she was found guilty of killing her ex-boyfriend, Jodi Arias will once again face the possibility of a death sentence as her second penalty trial gets underway in Arizona. The jury of 12 men and six women, including six alternates, were warned the evidence they will view will be lurid and grisly. Read more...

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Video Captures Woman's Attack

A woman spoke out against her attackers, after three men beat her up and stole her purse earlier this month. Surveillance video shows that on Oct. 2 around 2 a.m., Gwendolyn Reyes walked past three men in Brooklyn. After a vicious beating, the three suspects left her lying helpless on the ground. On the security video, after being pushed to the wall of a nearby building by one man, Reyes is punched in the face twice. The other men are seen trying to steal her purse, dragging her down the street as the video cuts out. Read more...

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Navy Wife Vanishes After Sending Text

A 31-year-old Navy wife and mother of two has been reported missing near San Diego. Elizabeth Ricks Sullivan, who is reportedly from Hampton, Virginia, was last seen at her home Oct. 13 in Point Loma, Calif. She is a mother of two young daughters, reports the station. Her last contact was reportedly via text message that day, Oct. 13, and her cellphone has since been turned off. Read more...

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Doc Interviewed Holmes 22 Hours

Defense attorneys say the doctor who conducted a sanity evaluation on the man charged with a mass killing in a Colorado movie theater interviewed him for 22 hours. Attorneys for James Holmes made the revelation in court documents released Tuesday that deal with what evidence the defense must share with prosecutors. The doctor's findings haven't been released. Read more...

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Man Killed Father With Sledgehammer

A 33-year-old Northern California man has been arrested on suspicion of killing his father, who police say was strangled and hit in the head with a sledgehammer. Santa Rosa police Sgt. Dave Linscomb says officers called to 64-year-old Simran Khalsa's home and found him dead in his bedroom with the sledgehammer nearby. Read more...

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Drive-By Shooting Kills Girl, 6

A 6-year-old girl was killed during a drive-by shooting while shopping for bubblegum with her father at a convenience store in Kansas City, according to police, who are vowing to find those responsible for her death. Hundreds of people turned out Sunday evening for a vigil to remember Angel Hooper, who died two nights earlier after being shot in the south of the city. Angel and her father had stopped for gum after a jog when someone in a passing car opened fire. Read more...

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Cemetery Killing Trial Underway

A 60-year-old western New York man is on trial - charged with stabbing his estranged wife to death in a cemetery over 35 years ago. The trial of Michael Rodriguez, of Buffalo, began in Erie County Court. He's charged with second-degree murder in the death of Patricia Rodriguez, the mother of his two children. She was found dead in a Lackawana cemetery on Good Friday in April 1979 at the age of 21. Police say she had been stabbed more than 100 times. Read more...

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Cop Killer Look-Alike Stopped 20 Times

An Eric Frein look-alike walking to and from work each day has Pennsylvania police doing double takes - and much more. With an alleged cop-killer on the loose in the wilds of eastern Pennsylvania since Sept. 12 and 300 police officers on a daily manhunt, sightings are reported almost daily, schools have canceled classes and nerves are on edge. That's bad news for James Tully, 39, of Canadensis, Pa., who claims he's been stopped more than 20 times by law enforcement who mistake him for Frein. Read more...




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October 21, 2014

Investigation Leads to Serial Killer

The investigation into the murder of a prostitute in a cheap hotel in Indiana turned into the discovery of six other bodies in abandoned homes around the city of Gary. Darren Vann indicated to police that his crimes "could go back as far as 20 years." Read more...

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Quadruple-Murder Suspect Faces Death

A callous Florida killer who cops say lived beside the rotting bodies of his ex-girlfriend and her three family members for a week after killing them now faces the death penalty in the heinous quadruple murder. Adam Matos, 28, was busted the day after authorities found the four bodies stacked up on a hill Sept. 4 in Hudson, a waterfront town 45 miles north of Tampa. Read more...

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Matthew Charged in D.C. Rape

The suspect in the disappearance of University of Virginia student Hannah Graham was charged with abducting and raping a woman in suburban Washington, D.C., in 2005. The indictment against Jesse Matthew Jr. was handed up by a Circuit Court grand jury in Fairfax County. Matthew was also charged with attempted capital murder, according to the indictment. Matthew, 32, is being held in Charlottesville, Va., on a charge related to the Sept. 13 disappearance of Graham, an 18-year-old from northern Virginia. Read more...

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Margay Edwards' Cause of Death Uncertain

Medical examiners in Las Vegas couldn't determine what killed a 27-year-old California woman whose body was found in September in the Nevada desert. The Clark County coroner's office said that the cause and manner of Margay Edwards' death remained undetermined. Edwards was from Los Osos, Calif. Her body was found Sept. 25 by all-terrain vehicle riders near a dirt trail outside the Nye County community of Pahrump. Read more...

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Woman Charged for Revenge Porn

A spurned Virginia woman is the first in the state to be charged under a new "revenge porn" law after she stole a nude photo of her former boyfriend's new girlfriend and posted it online, police said. Waynesboro woman Rachel Lynn Craig, 28, is charged with the "unlawful dissemination or sale of images of another" distributing private pics owned by someone else after the law went into effect July 1. Read more...

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Female Burgler Rescued From Chimney

One California woman attempted to pull a Santa Claus and slide down the chimney of a home, but unlike the jolly man in red, she did not come bearing any Christmas gifts. Genoveva Nunez-Figueroa, 30, was reportedly trapped in a chimney for several hours overnight. Neighbors had heard the woman screaming and called officials. Robert Fisher, one of the neighbors who called authorities, took photos of the woman while she was being rescued. Read more...

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Utah Woman Stabs Girlfriend to Death

A Utah woman stabbed her girlfriend to death during an argument while driving home, authorities said. Victoria Ashley Mendoza, 22, and victim Tawnee Maria Baird, 21, were on their way back to Holladay from Ogden when they pulled into a parking lot mid-fight, according to local media. The argument escalated quickly and allegedly led to Baird's death. Read more...

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Larry Flynt's Daughter Critical

The daughter of pornography publisher Larry Flynt remains in critical condition after police said she drove into a semitrailer with a blood-alcohol level of more than twice the legal limit. Riverside police said that Lisa Flynt, 47, of Dayton, Ohio, remains in critical condition at Miami Valley Hospital with life threatening injuries. She was thrown from her vehicle. Read more...


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October 20, 2014

Body Found in Hannah Graham Search

Organized searches for missing Virginia student Hannah Graham were called off over the weekend after human remains and clothing were found in southern Albemarle County. Authorities were waiting for forensic testing to positively identify the remains, but Graham's family was immediately notified of the discovery. Read more...

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Man Confesses to Four Murders

An Indiana man confessed to killing a woman whose body was found in a Motel 6 and told police where the bodies of three more women could be found, police said. Gary police found the bodies of three women at different locations in Gary late Saturday and early Sunday following up on information the 43-year-old man provided during questioning, Hammond police Lt. Rich Hoyda said. Read more...

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DNA Nabs Cold Case Killer

In the spring of 1974, Mary Jayne Jones, 17, was raped, beaten, and shot at close range in the face and heart with a high-powered rifle. On April 9, 1974, her body was found, naked on a bed, in an isolated farmhouse near Blakesburg, Iowa. From the start, police had strong suspicions about who had snuffed out her life, but they failed to put together a strong enough case for an arrest. Read more...

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Man Plotted to Kill Witness

A Northern California man awaiting trial for insurance fraud has been charged with plotting to kill nine witnesses set to testify against him. Contra Costa County prosecutors say a grand jury on Friday indicted Charles Waldo, of Pittsburg, after he allegedly conspired with other inmates to arrange the killing of the witnesses. Prosecutors say investigators found a hit list that included the witnesses' names, in what order they were to be killed, and suggestions to kill them in car crashes, with drug overdoses and in robberies "gone bad." Read more...

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Pumpkin Festival Turns to Mayhem

Disturbances are continuing late into the night in Keene, New Hampshire, where an annual pumpkin festival erupted in mayhem and led to arrests and injuries. Police fired tear gas at hundreds of Keene State College students and others who had been throwing bottles, skateboards and rocks into the crowd. One witness blames heavy alcohol use at earlier parties. Read more...




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October 17, 2014

Body Found May Be Upham

Police in the Seattle suburb of Auburn said that they believe they have found the body of missing actress Misty Upham, known for her roles in "August: Osage County," ''Frozen River" and "Django Unchained." A woman's body was found in a ravine near the White River, police spokesman Steve Stocker said. Items with Upham's name on them were found nearby. Read more...

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Day Care Provider Avoids Life Sentence

An Iowa woman admitted to causing the head injuries that killed a 3-year-old girl at her in-home day care, but avoided a life sentence under a plea agreement with prosecutors. Rochelle Sapp of Orange City pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and child endangerment resulting in the death of Autumn Elgersma. Sapp told the court that she dropped the toddler to the ground. Read more...

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Task Force Focuses on 3 Missing Girls

A task force made up of investigators from Connecticut state and local police and the state attorney's office has been established to probe the disappearance of three girls from the same area of the state decades ago, in the 1960s and '70s. Police and prosecutors announced the formation of the Tolland County Cold Case Task Force. Michael Foley, who investigated one of the cases as a member of the Eastern District Crime Squad, has been hired as a consultant. Read more...

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Man Sought in Mother's Death

A Winchester, Massachusetts woman has been found dead in her home and police are looking for her son. Police conducting a well-being check found Barbara McAveeney dead in her condominium. The Middlesex district attorney's office says an arrest warrant has been issued for her son, 46-year-old Matthew McAveeney. The warrant is for charges including armed assault with intent to murder, assault and battery by means of a dangerous weapon on a person 60 years of age or older, and cruelty to animals. Read more...

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Three Arrested in Machete Murder

Authorities say murder charges have been filed against three people accused in a machete attack that left a 14-year-old Houston boy dead. Police announced the arrest of three suspects in the slaying of Jose Meraz. Meraz's body was found with multiple stab wounds near the Addicks Reservoir on Sept. 17. Police said Jose Grandados-Guevara, 22, and William Valladares, 17, struck Meraz with a machete, then stabbed him multiple times. Meanwhile, officials say a third suspect, a 14-year-old boy, faces prosecution as a juvenile. Read more...

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DNA Links Inmate to Five Rapes

A Cleveland man scheduled to be released from prison this week will now remain in custody after DNA testing linked him to the rapes of four adults and one teenager in the 1990s. A Cuyahoga County grand jury last week indicted Dwayne Wilson, 54, on nine counts of rape and five counts of kidnapping in connection with the assaults of five women in Cleveland between 1994 and 1997. Read more...

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Florida Court Limits Phone Tracking

In a sweeping ruling, Florida's highest court said that police in the state have no right to use a cellphone to track someone's movements without a warrant. The state Supreme Court in a 5-2 decision ruled that Broward County Sheriff's Office had no right to stop and arrest Shawn Tracey for possession of more than 400 grams of cocaine. Read more...

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Tourist Arrested for Brooklyn Bridge Selfie

"It was beautiful," Yaroslav Kolchin, 24, said after sharing the selfies with the Daily News. "It was the best point to look and enjoy (the view)." Kolchin was busted for the summer stunt and spent a few days in jail before making bail. His case was resolved last week with a guilty plea to a misdemeanor that prohibits climbing on structures and 92 hours of community service. Read more...


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October 16, 2014

Son Confesses to Killing Family

Three people found dead in an Oklahoma home have been tentatively identified by police as a newspaper publisher, his wife and daughter and, authorities said, the couple's 19-year-old son confessed to killing them. Duncan Police Chief Danny Ford said Alan Hruby confessed to killing his parents - John and Tinker Hruby - and his sister, Katherine. Read more...

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Man Charged With Killing 4 Women

An ex-convict has been charged with killing four women in western Michigan two this week and two back in 1989 after a prison escape. A Muskegon County judge signed a murder warrant, based on testimony from a Muskegon Heights police officer. Police Det. Steve White says Leon Means confessed to killing 63-year-old Anna Lawson and 62-year-old Judy Bushman, whose bodies were found at their homes in Muskegon Heights, 40 miles northwest of Grand Rapids. Read more...

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Kidnap Gang Leader Gets 9 Life Terms

The co-leader of a violent Mexican drug gang convicted of several murders was sentenced in San Diego County to nine terms of life in prison without the possibility of parole. The sentencing of Juan Francisco Estrada Gonzalez ends the longest criminal trial in county history, lasting 15 months including jury selection, U-T San Diego reported. In January, a jury found him responsible for six murders and four kidnappings. Read more...

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Teen Pleads Guilty in Brick Attack

A teenage girl has pleaded guilty to assaulting a Temple University student with a brick last spring. The 15-year-old pleaded guilty to aggravated assault, conspiracy and possession of an instrument of crime in the March attack, which sent the victim to a hospital for emergency surgery. The defendant is scheduled to be sentenced in December. Read more...

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'Stringbean' Killer Granted Parole

The burglar sentenced to life for murdering "Hee Haw" banjo player David (Stringbean) Akeman and his wife, Estelle, in 1973 has been granted parole. A vote by the seven-member Tennessee Board of Parole approved John A. Brown's release after 40 years in prison for the Akemans' deaths, according to the Tennessean newspaper. The 63-year-old killer went before a parole board on five prior occasions, which requires four votes to grant such a request. Read more...




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October 15, 2014

Man Charged With Holly Bobo Rape

A man previously charged with disposing of evidence in the Holly Bobo case, has now been indicted on two counts of rape as the investigation into the death of the Tennessee nursing student continues. John Dylan Adams, who was indicted this week, is the brother of Zachary Adams who has been charged with kidnapping and murder in the case. Read more...

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Actress Misty Upham Still Missing

Police in the Seattle suburb of Auburn say they are still looking for an actress known for her roles in "August: Osage County," "Frozen River" and "Django Unchained." Misty Upham's father, Charles Upham, tells KIRO-FM that his daughter was upset and erratic and had stopped taking medication for anxiety and bipolar disorder. Read more...

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10-Year-Old Charged With Homicide

A 10-year-old boy from Wayne County was being held without bail after being charged as an adult in the killing of a 90-year-old woman who was held down with a walking stick and beaten at her caretaker's home. State police said when the boy, Tristen Kurilla, lost his temper with the woman Saturday, he grabbed a cane and hooked it around her neck and then held her down and beat her. State police have charged the boy with criminal homicide in the death of Helen Novak. Read more...

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Arias Jury Selection Continues

Arizona residents are relieved to learn that the Jodi Arias trial will start again Tuesday to finish the task of selecting the new set of jurors for the widely-sensationalized courtroom battle. Last week, the lawyers working on the case started questioning 400 possible jurors in Phoenix's Maricopa County Superior Court. After the first cut, the number was trimmed down to 176. Wednesday's trial resulted to further trimmings, which ended up with 26 people returning for further questioning. Read more...

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Wife Killer Dies in Standoff

Authorities say a U.S. marshal has fatally shot an armed Texas man wanted in the killing of his wife in front of her children. The New Braunfels Police Department says 35-year-old Jerry Hermes Jr. was fatally shot after authorities found him hiding in a Guadalupe County barn, outside of San Antonio. U.S. Marshal Robert Almonte says Hermes "engaged" members of the Lone Star Fugitive Task Force and ignored orders to drop a handgun before he was shot. Read more...

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Woman Smuggled Drugs Into Jail

A 24-year-old Green Bay woman, accused of smuggling drugs into the Manitowoc County Jail, faces three felony charges. Stephanie R. Novak has been charged with delivering heroin as a repeater, possessing heroin with the intent to deliver as a repeater and possessing cocaine with the intent to deliver as a repeater. Read more...

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Woman Jailed After 4th DUI

A Wilmington woman has been convicted of her fourth offense of driving under the influence and is being held behind bars. 46-year-old Kimberly Mauk was convicted Friday of felony drunken driving and vehicular assault in a serious crash last year. Mauk pleaded guilty to driving with a suspended license. Mauk had been out on bail, but her bail was revoked after the guilty verdict. Read more...


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October 14, 2014

Classmate Admits Killing Teen

Homicide detectives testifying in a Colorado courtroom said a murder suspect admitted to killing a 19-year-old woman, placing her body in a duffel bag and disposing of it in a dumpster outside his apartment. A judge found probable cause for counts including first-degree murder, sexual exploitation of a minor and tampering with evidence against 24-year-old Christopher Waide. He's accused of killing 19-year-old Lea Porter, who was last seen in June. Read more...

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Woman Found Dead in Indian River

Authorities are investigating after the body of a 24-year-old woman was found floating in the Indian River in Titusville, near the Kennedy Space Centeer. Brevard County Sheriff's officials say Jennifer Hedges, of Brevard County, was beaten in the head with a blunt force object. Hedges was found by a boater, the station says, and the Brevard County sheriff's dive team recovered the partially submerged body. Read more...

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Evidence Found in 1990 Cold Case

Investigators in Fond du Lac County, Wis. linked a suspect to a 24-year-old murder case through fingerprints found on items in the victim's van, according to search warrants. In April, sheriff's officials said a Kenosha man was the prime suspect in the 1990 slaying of 18-year-old Berit Beck. Officials would say little about evidence, except there was tangible evidence to put him in Beck's van. Her van was discovered in a parking lot three days after she disappeared, but her body was not found until about six weeks later in a ditch in rural western Fond du Lac County. Read more...

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Missing Woman's Body Found

A man is charged with murder after the body of his wife, who he was suspected of kidnapping, was discovered in rural southeast Missouri. Sylvia Tipler, 45, was last seen Oct. 8 in Ullin, Illinois with her husband, Clifford Williams, who is also 45. Authorities in Pulaski County, Ill., had been seeking Williams on a kidnapping warrant, saying he was armed and dangerous. Read more...

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Son-in-Law Charged With Murder

Maine State Police say a 33-year-old man has been arrested in the death of his mother-in-law, whose body was found over the weekend in the house they shared in the town of Peru. Spokesman Steve McCausland says 33-year-old Paul Orchard faces a murder charge in the death of 57-year-old Paula Nuttall. She was found dead in the kitchen of the home she shared with four other family members. Police haven't said how she died. Read more...

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Ex-Prosecutor Gets Trial Date

Few had more cachet than Curtis Lovelace: an all-Big Ten football player, longtime prosecutor, school board president, sports broadcaster and educator at the local university. That sparkling image in the 40,000-strong western Illinois community of Quincy was shattered when he recently was charged with suffocating his first wife and mother of four on Valentine's Day in 2006. Read more...

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Two Arrested in Teen's Death

Oklahoma City police have arrested two people in the case of a missing 16-year-old Piedmont girl. Sgt. Jennifer Wardlow said that homicide detectives have arrested a 16-year-old boy and a 17-year-old girl in the case. Each faces a first-degree murder complaint. Anne Hill was last seen on April 11 in the north Oklahoma City and Edmond area. Read more...

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School Bus Driver Arrested on DUI

A Utah school bus driver has been arrested on suspicion of DUI after swerving lanes and nearly hitting a car on a busy stretch of highway while taking 67 elementary-school students on a field trip. Utah Highway Patrol Sgt. Blaine Robbins said Monday that authorities suspect Lycia Martinez had taken prescription anti-anxiety/muscle-relaxer pills. Robbins says a motorist and a parent on the bus made 911 calls about the erratic driving. Read more...




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October 13, 2014

Cop Killer Search Continues

In the first 30 days following the deadly ambush of two Pennsylvania troopers at their state barracks, investigators have learned a great deal about the suspect they have been hunting in the woods of Monroe and Pike counties. On September 18, a search of his bedroom at his parents' home turned up evidence that the anti-government Frein was prepared to survive in the wilderness for a long period of time. Read more...

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Freed Inmate Kills Mother

A convicted murderer beat his mother to death during an argument, just two days after he was released from prison, authorities said. Gwendolyn Pratt, 64, was found dead at a home in Atlantic City. An autopsy determined she died from massive blunt injuries to the head. Her 45-year-old son, Steven Pratt, was detained at the scene and charged with murder. He was being held on $1 million bail. Read more...

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Judge Denies Hernandez Evidence Motion

A judge has denied a motion filed on behalf of former NFL star Aaron Hernandez to suppress evidence from his cellphone in his upcoming murder trial. Lawyers for the former New England Patriots tight end asked a judge to throw out the cellphone evidence, saying state police didn't have a warrant to take it after his arrest last year. Prosecutors argued Hernandez's lawyers agreed to turn the phone over to investigators. Read more...

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Missing Woman Found in Maine Shack

An elderly Los Angeles woman whose neighbors believed had died was instead found in a rundown shack in Maine, where according to authorities a family took her after gaining her confidence and selling her house. Sarah Cheiker disappeared in 2008 and was found in 2012 alive but unwell. Read more...

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3 Sought in Stray Bullet Shooting

Authorities are searching for three men in connection with the death of a toddler who was killed by a stray bullet that entered her family's northern New Jersey apartment. Essex County prosecutors say the men were wearing hoods as they walked up Ellis Avenue in Irvington spraying bullets as they went. One of those bullets apparently passed through a wall and hit 15-month-old Sania Cunningham, who was bouncing on a bed in a bedroom as both her parents watched. Read more...

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Repeat Drunk Driver Arrested Again

A woman who served time in prison for the death of a Vinton construction worker is back in jail. Tracie Nininger was arrested for drunk driving in the city of Roanoke. According to court paperwork, Nininger's blood alcohol level was .25 nearly an hour after her arrest. Police had received a call about a reckless driver on Brambleton Avenue. The officer said he saw Nininger's car cross the center line and nearly hit another vehicle head-on. The officer said Nininger fell getting out of her vehicle. He said she was so unsteady on her feet that he stopped a field sobriety test because of concern for her safety. Read more...


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October 10, 2014

Missing Woman Was Delusional

Hours before a Utah woman vanished nearly two weeks ago, she called 911 several times to report scenarios that seemingly did not occur and she was seen on surveillance video talking to herself, police say. According to the paper, authorities are concerned that 30-year-old Kayelyn Louder of Murray may be suffering from a mental illness. Louder has not had contact with her family since Sept. 27. Read more...

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Man Convicted of Killing Baby, Grandmother

A Pennsylvania man accused of killing a 10-month-old girl and her grandmother in what prosecutors described as a kidnapping plot gone wrong has been convicted of murder. Raghunandan Yandamuri had served as his own lawyer. He was expressionless as the verdict against him was read. The 27-year-old faces the possibility of the death penalty for the 2012 slayings of Saanvi Venna and grandmother Satayrathi Venna. Read more...

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Shooting Victim Begged for His Life

Witnesses told police that a Wyoming man with a gunshot wound to his stomach was begging for his life when a 16-year-old who had opened fire into a group of teens shot him in the head at point-blank range. Phillip Sam was in court on a first-degree murder charge in the death of 19-year-old Tyler Burns. Charging documents say Sam was at a park Sunday for a fight. Prosecutors say Sam fired a gun at a group of teens that gathered and one shot hit Burns. Sam told a detective that he shot Burns twice more because he didn't want him to suffer. Read more...

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Calif. Student Arrested for Threats

A student at California high school has been arrested for threatening to shoot and stab staff members, law enforcement officials said. Matthew Ross, 18, was arrested at Black Rock High School in Yucca Valley. The San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department was notified earlier that day by school officials that Ross "threatened to shoot, stab, and assault staff members." After serving a search warrant at the suspect's home, detectives found firearms, hundreds of rounds of rifle and shotgun ammunition, hunting knives, swords, hatchets and crossbows. Read more...

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Couple Gets Prison for Kidnapping Sons

A Florida engineer accused of abducting his two young sons and sailing with them to Cuba was sentenced to 15 years in prison. Joshua Hakken and his wife, Sharyn, were both sentenced in Hillsborough County Court. Sharyn was sentenced to seven years, with credit for nearly two years already served, plus 10 years' probation. Read more...

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Judge Charged With Hit-And-Run

An Indiana County judge has been charged with leaving the scene of an accident and obstructing justice after she allegedly sideswiped an oncoming vehicle last month. Blairsville District Judge Jennifer Rega, 41, was placed on paid leave last month after state court officials learned she was under investigation for the Sept. 13 crash. According to a state police compliant, Rega's SUV crossed the center line just after midnight that morning and knocked the mirror off an oncoming car owned by Tina Johns of Clymer. Read more...

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Peterson Admits Smoking Pot

A Texas district attorney has filed a motion asking that NFL star Adrian Peterson's bond be revoked in his child abuse case after he allegedly admitted to smoking "a little weed." The motion filed by Montgomery County District Attorney Brett Ligon asks that a warrant be issued for the Minnesota Vikings player's arrest. Read more...




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October 09, 2014

Joshua Miner Found Guilty

A second defendant accused of the murders of a double murder at a home in Joliet, Illinois has been found guilty by a judge. Judge Gerald Kinney convicted Joshua Miner of the murder of Eric Glover and Terrance Rankins. Read more...

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Questions Ready for Theater Jurors

The judge in the Aurora, Colorado theater shooting case has finalized at list of 75 questions he plans to use to ask 3,300 potential jurors who will be summoned for the December trial. Judge Carlos A. Samour Jr. plans to issue summons to 6,000 jurors for the murder trial of James Holmes for the killing of 12 people in July 2012. Read more...

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Man Charged in April Millsap Murder

A man has been charged with murder in the death of a 14-year-old girl who was killed while walking her dog on a popular trial in Macomb County, Michigan. James VanCallis, 32, is charged with first-degree murder, felony murder and assault with intent to commit sexual penetration. Millsap's body was discovered July 24 in a drainage ditch off of the Macomb Orchard Trail in Armada, 50 miles northeast of Detroit, after her dog alerted a pair of joggers. Read more...

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Arizona Cop Shot During Traffic Stop

A manhunt for multiple suspects was underway in the Phoenix area after an Arizona Department of Public Safety officer was shot in the face during a traffic stop and responding officers got into a shootout, authorities said. The shooting occurred in a Phoenix hotel parking lot as the officer approached a car he stopped for extremely dark tinted windows, officials said. The officer was shot in the face and wounded, but was able to radio for help, a law enforcement spokesman said. Read more...

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Stripper Attacks Boyfriend With Ax

Police say a drunken strip club dancer attacked her boyfriend with an ax when she became angry that he wouldn't talk to her. The incident sent 34-year-old Tammy Hiser to the Volusia County Jail where she remained on battery charges. Hiser's 28-year-boyfriend called police on Monday. The boyfriend says Hiser was drunk when he picked her up after her shift at the strip club and he refused to talk to her. Read more...

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Couple Accused of Killing Disabled Teen

A mother and her boyfriend in northern Vermont are accused of killing the woman's disabled son by putting alcohol in the boy's IV. Police say on Aug. 22 they were called to the Hardwick home of Melissa Robitille and Walter Richter and found 13-year-old Isaac Robitille dead inside, according to the station. The child's autopsy revealed he had a blood-alcohol content of 0.146, almost twice the legal limit for an adult to drive. Read more...


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October 08, 2014

Anthony Sowell Seeks New Trial

An Ohio man who killed 11 women and kept their remains in and around his Cleveland home is asking for a new trial because two procedures during his trial were not opened to the public. Attorneys for Anthony Sowell said jury questioning during selection and a hearing regarding a video of his police interrogation should not have been closed to the public. Read more...

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Margay Edwards' Vehicle Found

Authorities say they've recovered the rental car of a 27-year-old California woman who was found dead in the Nevada desert. Nye County Detective Joe McGill says a police helicopter searching for the 2014 Hyundai Accent spotted it about three miles away from where Margay Edwards' body was found Sept. 25 near a dirt track outside of Pahrump. Read more...

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New Groom Kills Wife, Self

Authorities say a Terre Haute, Ind. man married for less than a day fatally shot his bride before killing himself. Vigo County Chief Deputy Sheriff Clark Cottom says deputies responding to a frantic 911 call for help from a woman found 50-year-old Kelly Samson shot several times in the torso and head with a 40-caliber semi-automatic pistol. They found 54-year-old Dr. George "Scott" Samson dead in the basement of a home after he shot himself once in the head with a 45-caliber handgun. Read more...

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Man Kills Mother With Scissors

A 20-year-old University of California at Santa Cruz student was charged with murder for fatally stabbing his 57-year-old mother with scissors at her home in Hayward. Joseph Badiali was scheduled to be arraigned on the charge that he murdered Rosemary Badiali. Prosecutors also charged Joseph Badiali with three counts of cruelly wounding an animal for allegedly killing three Chihuahua dogs at the residence. Read more...

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Atlanta Cheating Witness Changes Story

Under the terms of a plea deal, Former Gideons Elementary School Principal Armstead Salters agreed to testify that because of pressure from former superintendent Beverly Hall and former regional executive director Michael Pitts, he had no choice but to encourage and aid cheating at his school.
But, he changed his story. He testified several times that neither Hall nor Pitts ever put pressure on him to cheat. Read more...

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Remains May Be Missing Indiana Man

Police in Indiana believe a dismembered body found in a garage in a Chicago neighborhood Sunday may be that of a man missing more than a year. And, Chicago police have said Milan Lekich's disappearance may be linked to the disappearance of his mother-in-law Nena Metoyer, who has been missing from Indiana for at least two weeks. Read more...

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Two Convicted for Pot-Growing Operation

Two men whose marijuana-growing operations were discovered after they reportedly posted YouTube videos of themselves bragging about the illegal business have been convicted on drug charges. Following a six-day trial in Visalia, a Tulare County Superior Court jury on Thursday found Dustin Benson, 34, guilty on charges of possessing marijuana for sale, transporting and cultivating marijuana, manufacturing a controlled substance and possessing concentrated cannabis. Read more...




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October 07, 2014

Bodies Found in Couple's Backyard

Two people have been arrested and charged with murder after two bodies were found in the backyard of their North Carolina home, police say. Pazuzu Algarad and Amber Burch were arrested and each charged with one count of murder and one count of accessory after the fact to murder. The arrests were made after investigators executed a search warrant at their home in Clemmons, southeast of Winston-Salem. Read more...

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5 Teens Kill Chicago Swimmer

A fifth Chicago teen was arrested at school in the shooting death of a popular 17-year-old boy in an apparent drug heist gone wrong, police said. Maxwell Gadau was shot and killed and a female friend wounded in the face Sept. 28 after the five suspects plotted to rob the girl, an alleged marijuana dealer, in a "snatch and run." Read more...

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Utah Woman Missing Since Sept. 27

Authorities are searching for a 30-year-old Utah woman who was last seen more than a week ago leaving her home barefoot in the rain, police say. Kayelyn Louder, of Murray, has reportedly not had contact with her family since Sept. 27. According to the paper, police say she was caught on surveillance video that day leaving her condominium. "She left barefoot, no car, no keys, no wallet, no cell phone, none of her belongings," a friend of Louder said. Read more...

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Inmate Escapes Colorado Jail

An inmate who escaped from a Colorado jail's maximum security pod pushed through metal mesh fencing and jumped 10 feet to escape. The search continues for Travis Sandlin, 32, who reportedly had about a "30-minute" head start on officials when he escaped the Jefferson County Detention Facility in Golden, Colo., just outside Denver, authorities said. Read more...

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NFL Cardinals' Dwyer Pleads Not Guilty

Arizona Cardinals running back Jonathan Dwyer pleaded not guilty to aggravated assault after being accused of assaulting his wife during two arguments at their Phoenix apartment. Dwyer entered his plea to the felony and eight misdemeanors, including assault, at a brief arraignment in Maricopa County Superior Court. Read more...

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USA Swimming Suspends Michael Phelps

USA Swimming has suspended Michael Phelps for six months, forced him to withdraw from next year's world championships and taken away his funding from the sport's national governing body as a result of the Olympic champion's second DUI arrest. U.S. Olympic Committee CEO Scott Blackmun said, "We think the sanctions are appropriate and we are glad that Michael is seeking help. We are grateful that nobody was hurt and appreciate the speed at which USA Swimming and Michael took action." Read more...


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October 05, 2014

BTK Killer 'Helping' With Book

The BTK serial killer said in a letter from prison that he is cooperating with a book about the 10 people he killed in the Wichita area to help the victims' families monetarily. "I can never replace their [loved] ones, my deeds too 'dark' to understand, the book or movies, etc. is the only way to help them," wrote Dennis Rader, whose self-coined moniker was BTK, which stood for "bind, torture, kill." Read more...

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Hernandez Bullet Evidence Tossed

Bullets found in an apartment rented by ex-New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez and an ammunition magazine found in his Hummer were thrown out as evidence in his murder case by a judge who said state police didn't demonstrate probable cause for the searches. Judge E. Susan Garsh said there were "absolutely no facts" linking Hernandez "in any way at all to the crime under investigation" in an affidavit supporting the warrant application to search his Franklin, Mass. apartment. Read more...

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Gunman, Young Mom Die in Standoff

A SWAT team fatally shot an armed man who barricaded himself in a Highland, Calif., home with a female relative and her two young children.Officials later revealed the gunman fatally shot the woman, 27-year-old Rosy Mejia, a mother of three. Mejia's husband called police to say a relative was holding his wife and his two children, one of whom is a newborn, hostage inside a residence, Jodi Miller of the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department said. Read more...

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'The Situation' Court Case Delayed

A former "Jersey Shore" cast member is delaying a court hearing in his tax fraud case so he can film another reality TV show. Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino was scheduled to be arraigned on federal conspiracy and tax fraud counts in Newark, New Jersey. But the proceeding was moved to Oct. 23 after Sorrentino's lawyer said his client has to tape another reality show in Los Angeles. Read more...

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Inmate Admits to 2 Other Murders

A Utah prison inmate serving a life sentence for murdering a Salt Lake City chef has pleaded guilty to strangling a 17-year-old girl and confessed to a third murder in the state. Thomas Noffsinger pleaded guilty to first-degree murder in the April 1989 death of teenager Felicia Pappas of Millcreek in Salt Lake City. As part of a plea bargain, the 47-year-old Noffsinger confessed but did not enter a plea to strangling 38-year-old Annette Hill of Sandy about a month later. Read more...

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Killer Dog Owner Sentence

A California pit bull owner convicted of second-degree murder after his dogs fatally mauled a woman was sentenced to 15 years to life in prison. Alex Donald Jackson, 31, was convicted last month in the death of Pamela Devitt. The 63-year-old retiree was taking a morning stroll in the high desert town of Littlerock when four of Jackson's dogs leaped over a fence and attacked her in the street. Read more...




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October 03, 2014

Judge Tosses Spierer Lawsuit

A federal judge has tossed out a lawsuit filed by the parents of a missing Indiana University student aimed at two of the men she was in contact with the night she disappeared in 2011. Judge Tanya Walton Pratt ruled that Lauren Spierer's parents failed to present any evidence the men had anything to do with their daughter's disappearance. Read more...

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Jesse Matthew Linked to Another Case

Officials in Virginia want "scientific testing" to rule out the suspect in the case of missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham in yet another case of a missing teen. The Nelson County commonwealth's attorney says he'll order the tests after a lawyer for Randy Taylor, who was convicted in the murder of missing Nelson County teen Alexis Murphy, asked investigators to check for any possible links between Murphy and 32-year-old Jesse Matthew Jr. Read more...

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New Mexico Sheriff Ousted

A northern New Mexico sheriff who refused to resign after being convicted of abusing a driver during a bizarre traffic stop that prosecutors called a fit of road rage was removed by county officials. Rio Arriba County commissioners voted 3-0 to oust Sheriff Thomas Rodella, once one of the state's most powerful political figures. Read more...

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Mexican Drug Kingpin Nabbed

Military special forces grabbed alleged cartel leader Hector Beltran Leyva during a lightning raid at a restaurant, the latest in a string of high-profile drug arrests in the country. Officials said the purported head of the Beltran Leyva drug gang was captured inside a seafood eatery in the city of San Miguel de Allende, a popular enclave for foreigners and artists in the central state of Guanajuato. Read more...

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Teen Charged in Hacking Scheme

A Central Indiana teenager is facing federal charges for his alleged involvement in a computer hacking scheme that ripped off $100 million worth of intellectual property from technology companies and the military, according to a release issued by the Department of Justice. Austin Alcala, 18, McCordsville, is one of four men (referred to by the FBI as the "XU Group") who have been charged with stealing software and data from Microsoft Corp. and the Army. Portions of the stolen software, said the DOJ, contained information used to train military helicopter pilots. Read more...


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October 02, 2014

Margay Edwards Found Dead in Desert

Authorities say they're investigating the death of a 27-year-old California woman who was found dead in the Nevada desert as a homicide. Nye County Detective Joe McGill said two ATV riders found the body of Los Osos, Calif. resident Margay Edwards near a dirt track outside of Pahrump. Clark County coroner's officials haven't released a cause of death. McGill didn't say whether investigators have suspects or people of interest in the case. Authorities are still looking for Edwards' cellphone and blue 2014 Hyundai Accent. Read more...

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Dunn Guilty in 'Loud Music' Trial

A jury in Jacksonville, Fla., found Michael Dunn, a white man who fatally shot a black teenager after an argument over loud music outside a convenience store, guilty of first-degree murder. Prosecutors said the 47-year-old Dunn shot with intent to kill when he fired 10 times into a sports utility vehicle carrying 17-year-old Jordan Davis and three of his friends in November 2012. The jury reached its verdict after more than five hours of deliberations. Read more...

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Matthew Linked to More Cold Cases?

Now that the suspect in the disappearance of University of Virginia student Hannah Graham has been linked to another high-profile unsolved case, investigators are reportedly probing whether he could be tied to more unsolved murders and disappearances in the state. Jesse Matthew, Jr., 32, is charged with abduction with intent to defile in Graham's Sept. 13 disappearance. Graham, 18, vanished after attending two off-campus house parties and sending a text to a friend that she was lost. Read more...

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Girl Kidnapped in 2002 Found in Mexico

A young Texas girl who police say was kidnapped more than a decade ago by her mother has been found safe in Mexico. Sabrina Allen was reported missing in April 2002 at the age of 5 by her father, Gregory Allen, who had been granted sole custody of Sabrina as part of a divorce agreement. Dara Llorens, his ex-wife, who is also the child's mother, failed to return to the child to his home, as required by the divorce agreement, according to an affidavit. Read more...

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Officer Pleads Guilty in Drugstore Killings

A former police officer has pleaded guilty to murder in the slaying of two people during a Tennessee pharmacy robbery last year. 37-year-old Jason Holt was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. District Attorney General Jimmy Dunn has said Holt killed Down Home Pharmacy owner Stephen Lovell despite Lovell complying with Holt's request for oxycodone pills. Customer Alexander Sommerville was also killed in the May 23, 2013, robbery in Bean Station where Holt had once worked as an officer. Two employees were wounded. Read more...

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Police Seek Fugitive Near Atlanta

A New Hampshire man suspected of killing his parents and setting their house on fire is believed to be in the Atlanta area, a police detective said. The detective would not elaborate on why he believed Matthew Dion, 38, could be in vicinity of the Georgia city. New Hampshire investigators have been looking for Dion since the bodies of his parents, Robert Dion, 71, and Constance Dion, 67, were found strangled with a wire after an explosion and fire March 24 at the Manchester home they shared with him. Dion is charged with second-degree murder, arson and three counts of possession of child pornography. Read more...




Posted by Webmaster at 12:13 AM

October 01, 2014

Jesse Matthew Linked to Other Cases

Forensic evidence collected during the investigation of the suspect in the case of a missing University of Virginia student has been linked to the 2009 murder of a Virginia Tech student and possibly other cases. DNA from Jesse Matthew, arrested for the abduction of Hannah Graham on September 13, has been linked to the murder of Morgan Dana Harrington who disappeared Oct. 17, 2009. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 04:56 AM

Van der Sloot Now a Father

Imprisoned Dutch killer Joran van der Sloot is now a father. It was a natural birth of an 8-pound girl at Lima's Perinatal and Maternity Hospital - far from the remote prison where van der Sloot is serving a 28-year sentence for killing Peruvian business student Stephany Flores in 2010. Van der Sloot's attorney Maximo Altez says Dushy van der Sloot Figueroa was born on September 28, 2014 at 11 a.m. The mother is van der Sloot's wife Leydi Figueroa. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 04:56 AM

Teen Convicted in Newlywed Murders

It took a jury in Colorado Springs, Colorado, less than four hours to convict teenager of killing a Fort Carson soldier and his pregnant wife during a burglary. The jury found 18-year-old Macyo January guilty of first-degree murder in the January 2013 killings. He also was convicted Tuesday of first-degree burglary. January will be sentenced Oct. 22. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 04:55 AM

Cameras Limited in Theater Shooting Trial

News organizations won't be allowed to have their own cameras in the courtroom during the Colorado theater shooting trial, but they can use video and still images from a closed-circuit TV camera already in the courtroom. The judge announced the restrictions saying that media can record and broadcast video from the small camera mounted on the courtroom ceiling. It will show the witness stand, a video screen where evidence will be shown, the judge, the defense table and part of the prosecution table. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 04:55 AM

Son Found Decomposing in Home

A central Pennsylvania married couple have been charged with homicide in the starvation death of their 9-year-old son, whose decomposing body was found when police were called to their Harrisburg home two months ago. Police said in documents charging Kimberly and Jarrod Tutko Sr. for the death of Jarrod Tutko Jr. that the 17-pound child had been living in a bare room smeared with a thick layer of feces, and had suffered from several painful conditions. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 04:54 AM

Michael Phelps Arrested for DUI

Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian of all time, was arrested in Maryland on a DUI charge, according to the Maryland Transportation Authority. Phelps, known as the "Baltimore Bullet" and winner of 18 Olympic gold medals, was arrested at about 1:40 a.m. and charged with driving under the influence, excessive speed and crossing double lane lines within the Fort McHenry Tunnel on I-95 in Baltimore. Read more...


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