November 28, 2014

Court: Arias Testimony Must Be Open

An appeals court has overturned the trial judge's ruling that a witness in the penalty trial of Jodi Arias could testify behind closed doors. Wording in the Arizona Court of Appeals ruling may have indicated that the witness was Arias herself. Read more...

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Suspect Admitted Abducting Realtor

An arrest report says a man accused of killing a real estate agent two months ago admitted to deputies that he had abducted the woman. An arrest report contradicts statements that Arron gave in a television interview. Lewis, 33, confessed to kidnapping Carter shortly after his arrest Sept. 30 but "refused to provide us with her location," according to the arrest report. The sheriff's office later found Carter's body, bound with duct tape, in a shallow grave at a Cabot construction site where Lewis once worked. Read more...

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Police Seeking Hernandez Sneakers

Authorities have returned to the home of ex-New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez seeking sneakers they believe were worn on the night of a 2013 killing he's charged in. State and local authorities went to Hernandez's North Attleborough home this week but seized no evidence. Authorities wanted the Nikes to compare with sneaker prints at the industrial park where the bullet-riddled body of Odin Lloyd was found in June 2013. Read more...

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Widow Gets Life for Revenge Killing

A South Florida woman has been sentenced to life in prison for killing a man she claimed was behind her husband's fatal shooting. A Miami-Dade judge gave 37-year-old Janepsy Carballo the mandatory sentence right after a jury found her guilty of first-degree murder. Prosecutors say Carballo lured Ilan Nissim, her dead husband's business partner, to her North Miami home in 2008 and then shot him in the back multiple times. Read more...

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Suspect Dead After Shooting Officer

A man who fatally shot his mother and wounded a suburban St. Louis police officer and two FBI agents is dead, authorities said. Major Washington, 33, died after police were called to a home where he was hiding. Police say Washington broke into the home of his mother, 55-year-old Donna Washington, and killed her. He shot a responding University City police officer in the chest. The officer, Zachary Hoelzer, is hospitalized in serious but stable condition. Read more...

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Missing Daycare Worker Found Dead

A Pennsylvania daycare worker who vanished has been found dead and her stepfather has been arrested and charged in her murder. Officials said that the body of 33-year-old Jessica Padgett was found on her stepfather's Northampton property and that an investigation led them to determine the stepfather - 53-year-old Gregory Robert Graf - fatally shot her and disposed of her body. Read more...



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November 26, 2014

Murder Suspect Had Past Arrests

Prosecutors say a man accused in the killing of a Colorado mother who led a double life as a paid escort has a history of kidnapping women. Chief Deputy District Attorney Dan Rubenstein recounted Lester Jones' criminal history in court in Grand Junction, arguing the 63-year-old was a flight risk. A judge agreed to hold him on $2 million bond in the 2007 death of Paige Birgfeld. Read more...

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Judge OKs Hernandez Trial Delay

A judge has agreed to delay the trial of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez in the 2012 slaying of two Boston men. Hernandez is charged with murder in the fatal shootings of Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado after a chance encounter at a nightclub. His trial was scheduled to begin in May. Hernandez's lawyer asked a judge to delay the trial by six months, citing a separate murder trial Hernandez faces in the 2013 killing of semi-professional football player Odin Lloyd. Read more...

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Couple Charged in Home Invasion

A man and woman were charged with capital murder for the death of a central Texas man killed during a home robbery in September. Police officers responded to a tip -- reportedly given to them by an inmate at the Travis County jail -- that a homicide had occurred in Round Rock. Deputies responded and found Jerrod Stanford, 33, inside his home. An autopsy later determined that Stanford died from a gunshot wound and the death was declared an homicide. After a lengthy investigation, two suspects -- Da Ryan Tarrell Simms and Lindsay Taylor Hanks -- were arrested. Read more...

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Inmate Freed After 39 Years

A man imprisoned nearly four decades for a slaying and freed when a witness said he lied as a boy came to Cincinnati on Tuesday to thank the law project that worked to win his freedom. A beaming Ricky Jackson told members of the Ohio Innocence Project and others at the University of Cincinnati that he would have walked to Cincinnati from Cleveland if necessary to thank the people he says "saved my life." Read more...

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Boyfriend Charged With Weekend Murder

A Willoughby man has been charged with murder after his live-in girlfriend was found dead in their apartment Sunday morning. Domenic A. Julian, 37, called 911 just before 9 a.m. Sunday to report his girlfriend was not responsive and her hands were freezing cold, police said. Officers and firefighters arrive to discover 24-year-old Nicole Devine dead in the couple's family room. Read more...

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Social Worker Charged With Smoking Crack

A manager of a Birmingham substance abuse treatment center faces charges after authorities said she was driving down I-65 smoking a crack pipe with a young child in her car. Bari Joy Williams, 44, of Gardendale, is charged with chemical endangerment of a child, unlawful possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, said Hoover police Capt. Gregg Rector. Read more...



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November 25, 2014

Station Wagon Sought in 1975 Cold Case

Investigators are seeking the public's help in the case of two young sisters who have been missing from Wheaton, Maryland since 1975. Police want help in locating a late 1960s or 1970s model station wagon that might be connected to the disappearance of Sheila and Katherine Lyon. Read more...

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Missing Daycare Worker Sought

Investigators in Pennsylvania are searching for a daycare worker who vanished during her lunch break. Jessica Padgett, 33, went missing Friday between 12:30 p.m. and 2 p.m. from Duck Duck Goose Child Care in Northampton, north of Allentown. Padgett was expected to return after the lunch break, but never showed, according to the station. Investigators reportedly found her car in the parking lot of a Dollar General about a mile from her work. Read more...

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Rapist Charged in 1981 Murder

A convicted rapist serving an 80-year prison term has been linked by DNA evidence to the 1981 stabbing death of a Chicago woman and charged with first-degree murder, prosecutors announced. Eugene Booker, 59, appeared in Cook County court on charges he fatally stabbed Carol Novak, 35, and was ordered held without bond in the murder. He previously was convicted of sexually assaulting women on the Chicago's North Side in the 1980s. Novak's body was discovered Oct. 2, 1981, in her North Side home after an attack in which she was stabbed 50 times in the back, right side and right eye. Her dog also was found stabbed in the head. Read more...

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Confession Allowed in Etan Patz Case

A suspect's confession to choking Brooklyn boy Etan Patz to death in 1979 may be used at his murder trial, a judge ruled, allowing what appears to be prosecutors' key evidence in one of the nation's most notorious missing children's cases. The suspect, Pedro Hernandez, 53, has pleaded not guilty to killing 6-year-old Etan, one of the first missing children ever pictured on a milk carton. He vanished while walking to his school bus stop. Hernandez's defense has said his confession to the wrenching crime was imaginary. Read more...

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Teen Who Faked Abduction Sentenced

A Michigan woman who admitted she faked her own disappearance and even put an ad on Craigslist to find an "abductor" has been placed on probation for three years. Hayley Turner, 18, of Temperance, didn't apologize or offer any explanation for her actions as she faced Monroe Circuit Court Judge Daniel White. "Anything you want to say for yourself," Judge White asked Turner. "No your honor," she said. Read more...

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Dad Fights to Protect Abused Daughter

A Florida father is nearly out of options in his desperate effort to protect his 8-year-old daughter from her 17-year-old half-brother, who he claims to have witnessed sexually assaulting her yet who still regularly visits the girl in their mother's home. "It was the most horrific thing I had ever witnessed in my life," Carl Sumner, of Boca Raton, said, adding that he sought treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder after the incident. "There's no question as to what happened to my daughter and when it happened. I saw it. I heard her crying." Read more...


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November 24, 2014

Man Arrested in Cold Case Murder

A man who became an early suspect in the case of Paige Birgfeld has been arrested and charged with her murder after an investigation by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation's cold case team. Lester Ralph Jones has been charged with murder, kidnapping and arson in the death of 34-year-old Birgfeld. Read more...

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Mom Who Shot Children Dies

A New Jersey mother who authorities say shot all three of her children, killing two, before turning the gun on herself has died from her injuries. State police say 44-year-old Jeannine LePage died three days after the shootings occurred at a home in Tabernacle. Authorities say LePage used a handgun that had been purchased legally and was in the family for decades. They say she used a pillow to muffle any noise so five other relatives who lived in the home wouldn't hear what was happening. Read more...

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Cop Shoots Kid Holding Replica Gun

A 12-year-old boy in Cleveland died a day after being shot by police who mistakenly believed he had a real gun, officials said. Both officers involved in the shooting have been placed on administrative leave, as is protocol in officer-involved shooting incidents, as the department investigates the shooting. The Cuyahoga County medical examiner identified the boy as Tamir Rice. An attorney for his family, Timothy Kucharski, said the boy went to the park with friends Saturday afternoon, but he did not know the details of what led to the shooting. Read more...

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Pregnant Woman, 3 Others Fatally Shot

A pregnant woman and her unborn child were killed along with three other people in a shooting at a Cleveland home that also injured the pregnant woman's 9-year-old daughter but left the woman's toddler son unharmed, police said. Sherita Johnson was 28 weeks pregnant when she was shot outside her home, police said. A 17-year-old girl and two men, ages 19 and 60, were also killed, but the Cuyahoga County medical examiner didn't immediately release their identities and authorities didn't provide information about the victims' relationships. Read more...

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Gunman Sets Fiery Trap for Cops

A man set his house on fire and then fatally shot a sheriff's deputy and wounded another when they responded to the scene, before he was shot to death by other law enforcement officers, officials said. Lt. James McQuaig of the Leon County Sheriff's Office said deputies and firefighters responded to the blaze. As the first deputy approached the house, he was fatally shot. The gunman picked up the deputy's gun, walked down the street and used it to shoot a second deputy before he was fatally shot by other law enforcement officers, McQuaig said. Read more...

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Ex-Convict Charged in Teen's Death

An ex-convict has been charged in the killing of a 15-year-old girl after DNA tests linked him to her badly burned body that was found in an Indianapolis backyard in August, a prosecutor said. DNA found on Dominique Allen's sandals and body matched samples from 46-year-old William Gholston in the state inmate database, Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry said. Investigators don't know of any connection between Allen and Gholston, who wasn't initially a suspect in the Aug. 31 slaying, Curry said. Read more...

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Beauty Queen Arrested in Meth Raid

A 23-year-old woman who was the 2009 winner of the Miss Teen Oregon-World competition was arrested when Keizer police raided two addresses as part of a long-running drug investigation. Jaime France was one of three people arrested on methamphetamine charges, but the more serious crimes in the case, which dates back to June of this year, involve Erin and Jarrod Wells. Each of them face child neglect charges because two young boys, ages 4 and 7, were home at the time a search warrant was served. Read more...


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November 21, 2014

Arias Porn Debate Heats Up

The debate over who deleted pornography from murder victim Travis Alexander's computer if there was any porn on the computer took another turn as Jodi Arias' defense lawyers filed a response motion to the prosecutor's counter claims made earlier this week. Attorney Jennifer Willmott answered prosecutor Juan Martinez' assertion that he had been given a copy, not of Alexander's computer hard drive, but a hard drive from "an individual named Tony (who) has nothing to do with this case." Read more...

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McStay Suspect Has Serious Heart Disease

The murder case filed against a former business associate of a Joseph McStay, found dead with his wife and small children in two shallow desert graves last year, has been reassigned to San Bernardino's central courthouse, officials said. The announcement comes the same day Merritt's attorney told reporters that his 57-year-old client is being treated for congestive heart failure. Read more...

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Man Kills Wife, Father-in-Law

A Michigan man accused of fatally shooting his wife and father-in-law was charged with murder, home invasion and kidnapping. Keith A. Ferguson, 40, of Kalkaska was arraigned on open murder, firearms and other charges in Kalkaska District Court. A judge set his bond at $10 million, and Sheriff David Israel said Ferguson will be represented by a court-appointed lawyer. Read more...

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2 Children Dead in Home Shooting

A shooting at a home in a secluded wooded area of southern New Jersey left two children dead and a woman and another child wounded, state police said. State police received a report of multiple shootings in the home on Holly Park Drive, Trooper Alina Spies said. Inside the home, troopers found a boy and a girl dead. Read more...

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Kendrick's Parents Challenge Timeline

The parents of Kendrick Johnson, the Georgia teen found dead inside a rolled-up gym mat in his Valdosta high school in January 2013, have released a video that focuses on two brothers who the family contends were on campus when Johnson was last seen alive, and who they say may have had a motive to harm their son. Kenneth and Jacquelyn Johnson and their attorney, Chevene King, disclosed what they called new information to challenge the police assertion that 25 students on the Lowndes High School wrestling team, including one of the brothers, were not at school at the time the 17-year-old went missing. Read more...

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Teen Beauty Arrested for Drugs

A former beauty pageant contestant's arrest on drug charges underscores a chilling pattern of drug abuse that police say they see time and time again among young people in the Salem-Keizer area. Jamie France, 23, was found by Keizer Police in a Salem hotel room as they were executing a search warrant on reports that Jarrod Wells was selling drugs out of his Keizer home. Read more...



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November 20, 2014

3 Injured in FSU Library Shooting

Three people were injured and a gunman killed when police armed with assault rifles swarmed Florida State University after the shooter opened fire inside Strozier Library, police said. At least two people with gunshot wounds were transported to Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare, the hospital said. Campus police responded first after receiving a report of an armed person near the library at 12:30 a.m. and promptly confronted the unidentified gunman. Read more...

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Grand Jury to Get Morris Case

A grand jury is set to take up the case of missing Texas woman Christina Morris, who vanished after a night out with friends Aug. 30. The Collin County Grand Jury will look at Enrique Arochi, the man last seen with the 23-year-old Morris. The two were seen on surveillance video walking in the parking garage of a Plano shopping and dining development in the early morning hours the day she disappeared. Read more...

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Hannah Died From 'Homicidal Violence'

A University of Virginia student whose disappearance sparked a monthlong search died from "homicidal violence" but the exact cause is unknown, authorities said. The Albemarle County Police Department outlined the findings from the Virginia medical examiner's office in the death of 18-year-old Hannah Graham but said a final autopsy report has not been issued. Read more...

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New Orleans Student Missing

A New Orleans student has been missing since Monday, Nov. 17 and police are now asking for help to find her. Shroq Aziz, 19, left her house for class at Delgado Community College around 7:30 a.m. Monday, but her family grew worried when she did not come home that night. Ali Aziz, the student's brother, told the station that before the family called the police, they had gone to campus looking for her. Read more...

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Utah to Revive Firing Squads

Ten years after banning the use of firing squads in state executions, Utah lawmakers endorsed a proposal to allow the practice again to avoid problems with lethal-injection drugs. The proposal from Republican Rep. Paul Ray of Clearfield would call for a firing squad if the state cannot obtain the lethal injection drugs 30 days before the scheduled execution. Read more...

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Man Wrongly Convicted of 1978 Slaying

A 69-year-old man who has spent 36 years behind bars for murder was wrongly convicted and could be released after a court hearing next week, prosecutors in Southern California said. The Ventura County District Attorney's office announced that new evidence resulted in a judge overturning the conviction of Michael Hanline. He was found guilty in 1980 of first-degree murder in the death two years earlier of Ventura resident J.T. McGarry. Hanline was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Read more...

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Hospital CEO, Wife Stabbed

The brother of a New Jersey woman whose body was pulled from a burning home in September says that she and her husband, a hospital executive, were both fatally stabbed. In separate interviews, Peter Mitchko told reporters that's what he has been told by sons of John and Joyce Sheridan, as well as the pathologist the sons hired to investigate the case. Read more...



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November 19, 2014

Missouri Executes 1994 Killer

A man who killed a suburban Kansas City gas station attendant in front of the worker's young stepdaughter in 1994 was put to death early Wednesday -- the ninth execution in Missouri this year. Leon Taylor, 56, was pronounced dead at 12:22 a.m. at the state prison in Bonne Terre, minutes after receiving a lethal injection. With Taylor's death, 2014 ties 1999 for having the most executions in a year in Missouri. Taylor shot worker Robert Newton to death in front of Newton's 8-year-old stepdaughter during a gas station robbery in Independence, Missouri. Taylor tried to kill the girl, too, but the gun jammed. Read more...

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Ex-Cop Indicted in Wife's 2012 Death

The husband of a woman found shot to death on New Year's Day 2012 and whose death was initially ruled a suicide is now charged with murdering her. Tom Fallis, a 34-year-old former law enforcement officer, was indicted Monday by a Weld County, Colo. grand jury on a charge of second-degree murder in the death of his wife, Ashley. Read more...

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Student's Stabbing Remains Mystery

Investigators may never know why a 33-year-old man rushed into a McMinnville convenience store last weekend and fatally stabbed a Linfield College athlete, the top prosecutor in Yamhill County said. Toxicology reports are being expedited, and officers are still examining surveillance tapes for clues in the deaths of Parker Moore, District Attorney Brad Berry said. But he said the stabbing could remain a mystery. Read more...

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Woman Dismembered, Cooked Neighbor

A Florida woman is accused of cooking her neighbor after strangling and dismembering him in order to hide evidence. Court documents obtained by Orlando television station says Angela Stoldt tried to cremate her neighbor's body by putting several body parts in an oven and in pots on the stove. When that didn't work, she put his body parts in bags and threw them in the trash. Read more...

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Man Arrested in Fatal NYC Subway Shove

Police have taken into custody a man who allegedly pushed a rider onto the subway tracks in the Bronx, where he was killed by an oncoming train. Kevin Darden, 34, was arrested without incident in front of his mother's house. Charges were pending, but he is expected to be arraigned in the death of Wai Kuen Kwok, 61. Police say Kwok and his wife waiting on a subway platform Sunday morning, headed to Manhattan for her birthday breakfast, when he was shoved onto the tracks as the train approached. Read more...

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Grandson Sentenced in Dragging Death

A Northern California family says it is still trying to understand what led to the slaying of their 84-year-old father, who was killed by being dragged behind a pickup truck for six miles. A Mendocino County judge sentenced 25-year-old Kenneth Wilkinson, the victim's grandson, to 25 years to life in prison in the 2012 slaying of Richard "Mel" Wilkinson in the Willits area. Kenneth Wilkinson had pleaded guilty to first-degree murder. Read more...

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Man Gets 25 Years in Roommate's Scalding

A judge has sentenced a Baltimore man to 25 years in prison after prosecutors say he threw boiling water on his roommate after a dispute over breakfast sausages. Prosecutors say 39-year-old Donte Frye was convicted of assault for luring his roommate to the top of basement stairs and throwing a pot of boiling water on his face in April 2013, causing second-degree burns and severe scarring. Prosecutors say Frye thought his roommate had eaten his breakfast sausages. Read more...


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November 18, 2014

Fugitive Mom Turns Herself In

A New Hampshire woman who fled with her 8-year-old daughter a decade ago during a custody dispute has turned herself in to face trial. Genevieve Kelley of Whitefield disappeared with her daughter, Mary, into Central America in the fall of 2004 after her attempt to prove her ex-husband had harmed the child backfired. The U.S. Marshals Service investigated tips through the years. Shortly after Mary turned 18 in February and no longer subject to the family court, the 50-year-old Kelley made contact. Her lawyer says she wants to face a jury on her custodial interference charge. She says her daughter is safe. Read more...

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Man Found With Missing Girl Arrested

A 32-year-old man found in North Carolina with a 12-year-old missing Maryland girl is charged with kidnapping and first-degree rape. Victor Arroyo was found with the 12-year-old, who was reported missing on Nov. 11 after she didn't show up to her Baltimore County school. Police say the girl was known to communicate with men in other states using her iPad and Xbox. Clues from both devices played a crucial role in finding her, according to the station. Read more...

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Mom Guilty of Killing 4-Year-Old

A Utah woman sobbed before a judge while taking full responsibility for the beastly murder of her 4-year-old son. Stephanie Sloop, whose tiny son Ethan was repeatedly burned and beaten before his disfigured body was tossed into a shallow grave in 2010, pleaded guilty to his murder while telling a Farmington judge: "I am entirely responsible because I was his mommy." The 31-year-old's weepy confession came with her guilty plea to first-degree felony aggravated murder and second-degree felony obstructing justice. Read more...

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Cop Shoots Combative Woman

A north Florida sheriff's deputy fatally shot a woman who had grabbed his stun gun during an altercation and pointed it at him. The Citrus County Sheriff's Office says the shooting occurred at the entrance to a mobile home park in Inverness. The deputy was responding to a disturbance call from someone reporting that 46-year-old Dawn Renee Cameron was trying to light her neighbor's truck on fire. According to an incident report, the deputy shot Cameron after she pointed his stun gun at him. Read more...

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Teacher Threatened Student With Knife

A New Mexico middle school teacher was arrested after threatening a 12-year-old student with a knife when the boy spoke during a test, police said. Math teacher Benjamin Nagurski was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and unlawful carrying of a deadly weapon on school premises. Nagurski approached the student to tell him to "stop talking" while waving the knife, making the boy feel "scared" and "unsafe," the criminal complaint read. Read more...

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Man Sought for 4 Killings Captured

A fugitive wanted on murder charges in four Los Angeles killings has been captured after a detective spotted his photo on Facebook and tracked him down to a Riverside, Calif. home where he'd been living under a false identity, authorities said. Eduardo Rodriguez, 35, was arrested by U.S. marshals in Riverside, where he had lived under an assumed name for five years, visiting Los Angeles and Las Vegas without being noticed. Read more...

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3 Arrested in Shooting of Councilman

Police say three suspected gang members have been arrested in the killing of a South Carolina city councilman who was gunned down earlier this month. Chester County Sheriff Alex Underwood said Friday that 18-year-old Christopher Moore is charged with murder and 25-year-old Quinton McClinton is charged with accessory to murder. An arrest warrant identifies Moore as the man who shot 70-year-old Chester City Councilman Odell Williams on Nov. 4. Read more...



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November 17, 2014

Matthew Charged in 2005 Fairfax Case

The man charged in the abduction of University of Virginia student Hannah Graham has been officially charged in another abduction case that took place in Fairfax in 2005. Jesse Matthew pleaded not guilty to charges of abduction, sexual assault and attempted murder in Fairfax County Courthouse. Read more...

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Attorneys Charged in Stabbing Attack

A pair of married northern Virginia attorneys are charged with malicious wounding and abduction in a stabbing attack of another couple still fighting for their lives. Police say attorneys Andrew and Alecia Schmuhl of Springfield remain in custody stemming from the attack in an affluent neighborhood in McLean, Va. They're being held without bond. Read more...

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Mom Charges for Extreme Abuse

A St. Louis woman has been sentenced to 78 years in prison for beating, whipping and waterboarding her children. 34-year-old Lakechia Schonta Stanley, of St. Louis, was sentenced for multiple assault and endangerment charges. Prosecutors described the abuse as "systematic torture." Her children told interviewers that the abuse included whippings with electrical cords and being forced into scalding or freezing showers. Read more...

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Man Accused of Attacking Veteran

A North Carolina man is accused of beating a veteran he met at a bar and may soon be charged with arson in the case, authorities said. The victim had most of both arms amputated after he was severely burned when the hotel room they were in caught fire, his longtime partner said. Garry Joseph Gupton, 26, a Greensboro city employee, has been charged with aggravated assault with intent to kill in connection with the attack. Police spokeswoman Susan Danielsen said there is no indication the incident was motivated by the sexuality of the victim, Stephen Patrick White, 46. Read more...

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Scissor Stabbing Suspect Denies Murder

A woman accused of stabbing an elderly man with scissors, denied committing the murder in a jailhouse interview. Crystal Huff, 40, is accused of first attempting to use a cord to kill 66-year-old Richard Whipple, then stabbing him multiple times, and ultimately, pouring soap down his throat. He was found more than a week later, on Oct. 2, after managers at his apartment building smelled an odor coming from his apartment and decided to look inside. Read more...

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Man Gets 105 Years for Child Porn

A Florida man was sentenced to 105 years in prison after police found about 80,000 pornographic images on his computer in what the FBI called "nationwide sextortion." Lucas Chansler, 31, of St. Johns County admitted he used online threats to extort pornographic images from children in August. He pleaded guilty to nine counts of producing pornography. He faced 15 to 30 years in federal prison and $250,000 in fines for every count. Read more...

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Woman Photographed in Dressing Room

A Target employee in Santa Clarita has been arrested for allegedly photographing a woman in the dressing room. Ricky Alexander Torres, 21, was arrested at a Target store located in the 19100 block of Golden Valley Road. The woman caught Torres taking the pictures and alerted store employees, authorities said. The woman placed Torres under citizens arrest before he was detained by store security. Read more...

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Peeping Tom Arrested at Mall

Dunwoody police arrested a man they describe as a repeat peeping Tom after he was caught running from Perimeter Mall. An officer was summoned by a store employee and captured the suspect "after a lengthy foot pursuit through the parking deck and bushes." Kareem S. Habbal was charged peeping Tom and obstruction of officers. Read more...


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November 14, 2014

Eric Frein Charged With Terrorism

The man arrested for ambushing two troopers at a Pennsylvania State Police barracks has been charged with terrorism. Eric Frein, who told police that he killed one trooper and wounded another because he wanted to make a change in government, is now facing terrorism charges along with first-degree murder. Read more...

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Florida Executes Child's Killer

A Florida man who fatally shot his sleeping wife and then raped and killed his young stepdaughter 22 years ago was put to death for the child's slaying. Chadwick Banks, 43, was pronounced dead after a lethal injection at Florida State Prison, the office of Gov. Rick Scott said. Banks was condemned for the 1992 killing of 10-year-old Melody Cooper. Banks also received a life sentence for the murder of his wife, Cassandra Banks, in the attack in Florida. Read more...

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Man Kills First and Second Wife

A man accused of pushing his wife to her death off a cliff in Colorado's Rocky Mountain National Park also killed his first wife 17 years earlier, prosecutors said, and a judge agreed the cases were "glaringly" similar. U.S. District Judge Kathleen M. Tafoya ordered Harold Henthorn, 58, to remain jailed without bond after a hearing in which prosecutors argued he was a dangerous flight risk with $1.5 million at his disposal that includes some of his late wife's assets. Read more...

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Abigail Waited to Name Captor

A New Hampshire teen who was kidnapped in October 2013 waited until a week after she was home to reveal her alleged captor's identity, according to court papers. The documents also said Abigail Hernandez told investigators she learned her captor's name from a cookbook he had handed her during her captivity. Kibby was charged in July with kidnapping the then-14-year-old on Oct. 9, 2013, as she walked home from her high school in Conway. Read more...

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Armored Truck Drivers Steal $1 Million

It was a scheme that relied on authorities not noticing a little more than $1 million missing from a Loomis armored truck. The plan was allegedly concocted by Cesar Yanez and Aldo Esquivel Vega, who drove the armored vehicle daily, ferrying millions of dollars in cash from a Bank of America distribution center in downtown Los Angeles. During one of those trips in June, prosecutors say, the drivers parked at Los Anayas restaurant on West Adams Boulevard, stashed bags containing roughly $1 million in cash in a trash can and carried on with their route. Read more...

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Rape Victim Billed for Forensic Exam

Christine went to a Chicago hospital in 2013 after she was raped. She had gone out for a night of dinner and drinks with friends, and said she does not remember the attack itself. "I don't remember anything after leaving the dinner portion," Christine told CBS Chicago. "I woke up naked and I don't remember anything else after that." Christine is thinking of moving away from Illinois, to get away from memories of her own rape, and the nightmare she experienced afterwards, when the hospital demanded she pay for her rape kit. Read more...

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West Virginia Suspends Greeks

West Virginia University has suspended social and pledging activities at its campus-affiliated fraternities and sororities following two recent incidents. "The action to halt fraternity and sorority activities while these matters are being reviewed is being done with the well-being and safety of our students in mind. That is - and must always be - our foremost priority," WVU Dean of Students Corey Farris said in a statement released jointly with the Inter-Fraternity Council and Panhellenic Council. Read more...



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November 13, 2014

Hearings Begin in Chandra Levy Case

Three days of hearings have begun to determine if the man convicted of killing Washington D.C. intern Chandra Levy will get a new trial. Attorneys for Ingmar Guandique claims he should get a new trial because of problems with a key witness at his murder trial. Read more...

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McStay Suspect Pleads Not Guilty

The man charged with murdering the McStays, a family of four who disappeared in 2010 and whose remains were found last year in the California desert, pleaded not guilty at his arraignment. Chase Merritt, 57, appeared in a Victorville courtroom wearing a shirt and tie. The next hearing in the case was scheduled for Nov. 20. Merritt is being held without bail. Read more...

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Family Killer Plotted With Son

A Kentucky man accused in the slayings of his parents and sister who then told a tale of "turning the tables" on the killer actually was in cahoots with the shooter and is charged with murdering him, authorities say. Ryan Champion, 36, was indicted in Trigg County on the murder count, three counts of complicity to commit murder and complicity to commit kidnapping. Read more...

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'Cursed' Woman Stabs Boyfriend

A woman allegedly stabbed her ex-boyfriend to death because she believed he "put a curse on her." Amanda Lopez, 26, told police investigators that she had thought about killing Larry Lee Fryar for over a year. She told police that Fryar had "done something to her" and that the only way to free herself from the supposed curse was to kill him. Fryar called 911 after being stabbed Sunday. As the 57-year-old man lay bleeding, he told police that Lopez had attacked him. Read more...

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Jesse Matthew Transferred to Fairfax

The man accused of abducting University of Virginia student Hannah Graham, who was found dead, was transferred from the Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail to a Fairfax detention center. Jesse Matthew Jr., 32, is scheduled to appear in court there for a status hearing in connection with a 2005 attack on a 26-year-old Fairfax woman. He is charged with abduction, sexual assault and attempted capital murder in that case. Read more...

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Slenderman Stabbing Suspect, 12, Competent

A state doctor says the mental condition of one of two Wisconsin girls accused of repeatedly stabbing a classmate to please the fictional horror character Slenderman has improved, and that the 12-year-old is fit to stand trial. Judge Michael Bohren summarized the doctor's report during a brief hearing. But he didn't act on the report after defense attorney Anthony Cotton said he hadn't had a chance to discuss it with his client. Read more...

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Off-Duty Chicago Officer Critically Shot

Chicago police say an off-duty officer and her daughter have been shot during a domestic dispute involving the daughter's boyfriend. First Deputy Supt. Al Wysinger said the boyfriend shot the 49-year-old officer in the face, neck and forearms. She was listed in critical condition at an area hospital. He says the officer's 21-year-old daughter was also taken to the hospital with a gunshot wound in her thigh and her condition had stabilized. Read more...

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Babysitter Killed, Infant Uninjured

A babysitter was found dead in a Houston apartment and the infant she was babysitting was found unhurt nearby. Police say Ciara Brown, 28, was shot and killed by a man named Anndrae Gilbert, 45, who was charged with murder. Police have not described Gilbert's relationship to the victim. However, neighbors say they have heard the woman having loud arguments with her boyfriend. Read more...


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November 12, 2014

Arias Lawyers Want Charges Dropped

Convicted killer Jodi Arias' attorneys want all charges against her dropped due to prosecutorial misconduct. In a motion to the court, the lawyers claim that evidence on the computer of Arias' boyfriend Travis Alexander was erased. Read more...

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Headless Torso Found in Alabama

Sheriff's investigators in south Alabama worked into the night probing the death of a person whose hand, arm and headless torso were found dumped near Magnolia Springs. The torso was found south of Magnolia Springs with no visible clothing, Baldwin County Sheriff Huey Mack said. A local resident taking a walk saw the torso in the creek and called authorities. Investigators found a severed hand and a piece of an arm in Magnolia Springs. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 02:35 AM

Lake Murders Remain a Mystery

Six months after the gruesome murders of an elderly couple living along Lake Oconee, the violent crimes remain unsolved. Russell and Shirley Dermond, both in their late 80s, were living in a high-end resort community when they died in early May. Neighbors found Mr. Dermond's decapitated body in his home. A fisherman found Mrs. Dermond's body in the lake days later. Read more...

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Woman Found Dead on Park Trail

Investigators are looking at surveillance video and conducting interviews, but they have yet to identify any suspects in the killing of a 23-year-old woman whose body was found at a New Mexico park. The woman's 6-year-old son was found unharmed in the parking lot, and what he told investigators has them considering the case as a homicide. Police found the body of Ariel Ulibarri of Clovis after people heard screams at the Goodwin Lake Trails Walking Park. Read more...

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Killer Couple Takes Smiling Selfies

A couple arrested in connection with the Nov. 1 murder of a Memphis pastor took smiling selfies and photos of themselves kissing in the holy man's stolen car. Lashonda Williams, 24, and Roger Reed Jr., 23, were arrested and charged with first-degree murder and aggravated robbery for the death of the Rev. Don Smith, 57. The Mississippi couple apparently took a joyride in Smith's stolen 2010 Buick Lacrosse and posted the disturbingly carefree photos a day after Smith's body was found ditched on the side of a road all over social media. Read more...

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Teen Cancer Patient Shot Dead

A teenage cancer patient was shot in front of his North Texas home and police are now asking for the public's help in searching for his killer. Police say Ryan Lara, 15, was shot during an attempted robbery. He had been in front of his home in Duncanville while moving his family's car to the driveway. Read more...

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Teens Charged in Girl Scout Cookie Theft

Two Maryland teens have been arrested after police say they tried to steal Girl Scout cookies from two girls. Anne Arundel County Police said that the 12- and 13-year-old girls were selling a wagon of cookies Saturday in Severn. When they stepped away briefly, police say two young men grabbed the wagon, taking off toward a waiting car. Police say the 13-year-old girl chased the teenagers and grabbed the wagon. The pair jumped into a car and fled. Read more...

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Louisville Cheerleader Died of Drug Overdose

A University of Louisville cheerleader found dead inside of an off-campus Kentucky apartment in July died from a drug overdose, it was revealed. In Dani Cogswell's last moments alive the 22-year-old was reported by a witness as appearing high and "slow" before spending the night inside of a freshman football player's apartment on July 28, according to the police report. Read more...




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November 11, 2014

Friend Arrested in McStay Murders

A business associate who once called Joseph McStay his best friend has been arrested and charged with the murder of all four members of the McStay family. Charles Ray "Chase" Merritt, 57, was charged with four counts of murder with the special circumstance of committing multiple murders. Read more...

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Missing Florida Girl Found

A 14-year-old Florida girl has been found safe after going missing more than two months ago. Adelle Burns was last seen Aug. 26 when she went to bed with her younger sister at her family's Tallahassee home. Her mother awoke early the next morning to find the middle school student gone. Burns was found Nov. 6 at her boyfriend's house in Tallahassee, reports the station. She was reportedly hiding in the closet. Read more...

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Abducted 7-Year-Old Girl Found

Ardmore police have arrested a man who they say raped a 7-year-old girl after abducting her from a street in southern Oklahoma. Authorities canceled an Amber Alert that was issued after witnesses saw the girl forced into a PT Cruiser by a male suspect while she was walking in her neighborhood. Police say they found the girl inside the suspect's home in Marietta, about 17 miles south of Ardmore, after receiving an anonymous tip. Read more...

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Woman Missing After Phoning Friends

A Massachusetts mother told friends she was with a man who was making her nervous before vanishing. 25-year-old Jaimee Mendez, of Swampscott, reportedly made two phone calls to friends that day, saying she was with a man in nearby Lynn and wanted to leave. Swampscott and Lynn are adjoing suburbs north of Boston. Read more...

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Mom Charged With Murder of 3-Year-Old

A woman was charged with the murder of her 3-year-old son. Tylesha Griffin, 22, is currently facing one charge of first degree murder, according to a statement from the Chicago Police Department. A police source later confirmed to the station that the young boy was her son. Griffin and the boy's father had found him unresponsive in his bed at their home, authorities told reporters at the time. Read more...

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NYC to Stop Small-Time Pot Arrests

Thousands of people carrying small amounts of marijuana may no longer be arrested or face criminal charges, city officials announced, marking a significant shift in how the nation's biggest city approaches policing pot. Instead of being arrested on misdemeanor charges that carry potential punishments of up to three months in jail, many people will get court summonses and face non-criminal violations punishable by fines starting at $100, Mayor Bill de Blasio and Police Commissioner William Bratton said. Read more...


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November 10, 2014

Fugitived Caught After 33 Years

A Maine fugitive who had been on the run for 33 years after escaping from Maine's Aroostook County Jail has been arrested in northern Vermont, and a misspelling of his name on a 1981 warrant reportedly may have helped him evade capture. Vermont State Police troopers arrested 56-year-old Albert Marcheterre on Nov. 2. He had been living in Craftsbury, about 63 miles northwest of Burlington. Read more...

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Killer Gets Death in Newlywed Murders

The fourth and final suspect in the grisly 2008 murders of an Iraq War veteran and his newlywed wife was sentenced to death, ending five years of painful court hearings for the couple's families. Ex-Marine Kesaun Sykes, 27, was sentenced on two counts of first degree murder in the brutal deaths of U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Jan Pietrzak, 24, and his wife, Quiana Jenkins-Pietrzak, according to the Riverside County District Attorney's Office. Read more...

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Judge Will Summon 9,000 Jurors

The judge overseeing the Colorado theater shooting case says he plans to issue 9,000 summonses to prospective jurors. Judge Carlos A. Samour Jr. said in a Friday order that he initially planned to summon 6,000 people but decided to add more. He says it will be easier to call off prospective jurors who are not needed than to adjust if there are not enough. Read more...

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Mom, Boyfriend Face Death Penalty

A 3-year-old boy was savagely beaten to death by his mother and her boyfriend, police say. 31-year-old Jillian Tait and 23-year-old Gary Fellenbaum were charged in the death of Scotty McMillan. Chester County District Attorney Tom Hogan had tears in his eyes as he described the weeks of horrible abuse Scotty suffered before dying. Read more...

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Vet Murdered at Homecoming Party

A 22-year-old Army veteran survived a tour of duty in Afghanistan only to be gunned down on a Los Angeles sidewalk, police say. Francisco Garcia was shot and killed after a dispute erupted outside a party thrown by his girlfriend celebrating his homecoming. Garcia had apparently been discharged from Afghanistan just two weeks ago. "The ironies are obvious," said Lt. Paul Vernon, commanding officer of the Mission Detective Division. "To survive as a soldier in an overseas conflict, only to be killed in your old neighborhood upon your return." Read more...

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Man Guilty of Poisoning Wife

A University of Pittsburgh researcher charged in the cyanide poisoning death of his wife last year was convicted of first-degree murder. Dr. Robert Ferrante, who hung his head when the verdict was read in court, faces a mandatory life sentence in the April 2013 death of 41-year-old neurologist Dr. Autumn Klein. The jury, which deliberated for 15 hours over two days, agreed with Allegheny County prosecutors who accused Ferrante of lacing his wife's creatine energy drink with cyanide. Read more...

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Art Thief Admits to Heists

A Pennsylvania man charged with stealing $100,000 worth of artwork, including a Pablo Picasso etching, from a suburban New York City estate has pleaded guilty in a deal that sentenced him to time served. Joselito Vega, of Easton, Pennsylvania, pleaded guilty as his trial was set to begin in Brooklyn state Supreme Court. He was sentenced to one year for each count, all to run concurrently. If convicted of all charges, he could have gotten a maximum of 25 years. Read more...

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Dad Confronts Daughter's Kidnapper

A Utah dad foiled an attempt to kidnap his young daughter from her bed after confronting a man carrying her across the lawn. Police Sgt. Dean Carriger says the suspect entered the home through an unlocked door or window about 4:30 a.m. in Sandy, a middle-class suburb south of Salt Lake City. Police say the intruder took the sleeping girl from her bedroom, but woke up the girls' parents with noises. Read more...




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November 07, 2014

GPS Led to Kidnapper's Arrest

A car's GPS tracking device and information from a local sheriff's department in Virginia where Philadelphia abduction suspect Delvin Barnes is facing charges in another abduction last month led to his arrest, according to an FBI spokesman. Delvin Barnes, 37, is suspected in the Sunday Philadelphia street abduction of Carlesha Freeland-Gaither, 22. Read more...

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Man Arrested in Wife's 2012 Death

A Colorado man was arrested on a first-degree murder charge two years after the death of his second wife in a fall that occurred as they celebrated their anniversary with a hike at Rocky Mountain National Park, authorities said. Suspect Harold Henthorn was the only witness to the 2012 death of Toni Henthorn as she fell at least 40 feet on the north side of Deer Mountain, authorities said. Harold Henthorn told friends that his wife was preparing to take a picture when she fell to her death. Read more...

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Man Kills Father in Front of Students

Witnesses say they watched a son stab his father to death in front of the family's home in northern Georgia. The witnesses told police 19-year-old David Trent Walker then stood over his father, David Walker, 46, in front of their home in Hoschton, about 50 miles northeast of Atlanta. The father was taken to a hospital where he died from his injuries. Read more...

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Woman's 'Suicide' Now Called Suspicious

Police initially believed Sarah Catherine Long's death was a suicide. The 41-year-old was found dead of a single gunshot wound to her head in bed in her Davidson, N.C. home on July 23. It wasn't until last month that authorities said they believe she was killed. Police say she had a gun in her left hand; Long was right-handed. Read more...

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Murder Accomplice Denied Parole

A woman will stay behind bars for luring a University of New Hampshire student to her apartment as a sex offering to her domineering boyfriend then helping dispose of the body after he killed and raped her. Parole was denied for Kathryn McDonough, 21, who is serving 1 1/2 to three years in prison for her role in the October 2012 murder of 19-year-old Elizabeth "Lizzi" Marriott of Westborough, Massachusetts. Read more...

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Gavin Smith Killed in Car?

A law enforcement official with knowledge of the investigation says that when authorities found the Mercedes-Benz of missing 20th Century Fox executive Gavin Smith there was enough blood and body tissue to believe he'd been killed. The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department announced early Thursday that remains discovered by hikers in a rural area of Palmdale on Oct. 26 were positively identified as those of Smith. Read more...

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20 Arrested in Child Sex Sting

Texas police have busted 20 people for allegedly soliciting sex from children online in a sting operation, authorities said. Eighteen men and two women were arrested after trying to meet with who they thought were underage girls, but who were really undercover police officers, McLennan County Sheriff Parnell McNamara said. See photos...


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November 06, 2014

Kidnapping Victim Found Alive

A 22-year-old nursing assistant who was abducted on a Philadelphia street over the weekend has been found alive, and her kidnapper is in custody, police said. Carlesha Freeland-Gaither was discovered in Jessup, Md., after she was abducted and forced into a four-door vehicle. Authorities were able to track the vehicle, Edward J. Hanko, the special agent in charge of the FBI's Philadelphia division, told reporters at a press conference. Read more...

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Father Convicted of 2 Murders

A man accused of killing his two young children and burying them in Alabama and Mississippi has been convicted of capital murder. John DeBlase was convicted after a 10-day trial. DeBlase and his common-law wife Heather Keaton have each blamed each other for the killings of DeBlase's 4-year-old daughter Natalie and his 3-year-old son Chase. Keaton will be tried separately. Read more...

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Son Kills 81-Year-Old Mother

A South Florida man has been arrested and charged with the murder of his 81-year-old mother. A man called Davie, Fla., police and said his brother, Richard Burns, had found the body a day earlier but never reported it. When an officer arrived at the home he found 81-year old Patricia Burns lying on the kitchen floor, covered with a blanket. He noted that she had two black eyes, a round indentation on her left temple and a cut above her left eye. Read more...

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Parolee Charged in Teen's Drowning

Police say a central New York man on parole for burglary has been charged with killing a 17-year-old girl at a Lake Ontario beach this past summer. New York State Police Troopers say 32-year-old Steven Szatanek of Baldwinsville was arraigned on charges of second-degree murder and manslaughter in the drowning death of Anna-Rose Shove of the Wayne County town of Ontario. Shove's body was discovered Aug. 10 near an RV campground where her family had been staying in Richland, 35 miles north of Syracuse. Read more...

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Michael Phelps DUI Trial Delayed

Michael Phelps' trial for drunk driving has been postponed until Dec. 19. The Olympic champion swimmer's trial was originally scheduled for Nov. 19, but his attorney asked for a postponement. Phelps announced Oct. 5 that he was entering a six-week, in-patient program "that will provide the help I need to better understand myself." Phelps had a blood-alcohol content of .14, nearly twice the legal limit, when he was arrested Sept. 30 in Baltimore. He faces five charges, three relating to driving while impaired. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 12:33 AM

David Cassidy DWI Sentencing Postponed

This week's scheduled sentencing of '70s pop star David Cassidy on a DWI case in town court was adjourned until Dec. 3. The star of the 1970s TV show "The Partridge Family" appeared to be on the verge of tears on Sept. 3 as progress on completing his plea deal and sentencing hit a snag before a stern town justice. Cassidy, his attorney Lucas Mihuta and Assistant District Attorney Michael Shanley were standing before Justice Bruce J. Wagner's bench to discuss Cassidy's plea deal when the judge said he had concerns. Read more...




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November 05, 2014

Arias Trial Delayed by Appeals Court

A decision by an Arizona judge to close to the public the testimony of a defense witness in the Jodi Arias murder penalty trial has caused the trial to be delayed after an appeals court ruled that secret testimony must be halted. Read more...

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Car Searched in Christina Morris Case

A man last seen with a missing Fort Worth woman lied to police, was seen cleaning his car and had abrasions on his hand and arm in the days following her disappearance, according to a search warrant. Christina Marie Morris, 23, was last seen Aug. 30 after spending a night out with friends at a popular Plano shopping and dining development. She was last seen walking into a parking garage at The Shops at Legacy over two months ago at about 4 a.m. that Saturday morning with acquaintance Enrique Arochi. Read more...

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Abducted Woman's ATM Card Used

A bank card belonging to a nursing assistant abducted from a Philadelphia street has been used in Maryland, police said. Detectives say surveillance images showed a man using Carlesha Freeland-Gaither's card at 6 a.m. Monday at a bank located near a highway exit in Aberdeen, about 35 miles northeast of Baltimore. Police released the series of images from the bank, which they say pictures an unknown male. See photo...

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Adrian Peterson Takes Plea Deal

Minnesota Vikings star Adrian Peterson avoided jail time on Tuesday in a plea agreement reached with prosecutors to resolve his child abuse case. Peterson was indicted in September on a felony charge of injury to a child for using a wooden switch to discipline his 4-year-old son earlier this year in suburban Houston. The All-Pro running back says he never intended to harm his son and was disciplining him in the same way he had been as a child growing up in East Texas. Read more...

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'First Female School Shooter' Halted

Authorities in suburban Philadelphia say a high school girl has been arrested in connection with alleged threats against a teacher and fellow students. Superintendent William Colarulo of the Radnor Township police department said the 17-year-old Radnor High senior was fascinated by the 1999 Columbine High School massacre. He told reporters that the student wrote in her journal that she wanted to be "the first female shooter" and wanted to "blow up the cafeteria, shoot everyone in classrooms." Read more...


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November 04, 2014

Van der Sloot Stabbed in Prison?

The woman who married him in prison told news outlets that convicted killer Joran Van der Sloot has been stabbed and seriously injured at his current prison, but a Peruvian official said she was lying and attacked her character. Read more...

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No Bail for Gregory Lewis

The Massachusetts man suspected of raping a 13-year-old girl, then going on a cross-country crime spree after cutting off his court-ordered monitoring device, was ordered held without bail. Gregory Lewis pleaded not guilty in Worcester Superior Court to 17 charges connected to the alleged rape and an alleged attack on his stepfather. He was held pending a hearing Nov. 10 to determine whether he is a danger to society. Lewis, 26, of Southbridge, spent six weeks on the run after snipping off the GPS monitoring device when he was arraigned in August on charges that included statutory rape of a child. Read more...

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Courthouse Shooter Dies in Prison

A 75-year-old man who was sentenced to death for killing his wife in a 1992 shooting rampage at the St. Louis County Courthouse has died in prison, the Missouri Department of Corrections said. Kenneth Baumruk died at the Potosi Correctional Center in Mineral Point of apparent natural causes, the agency said. He was the oldest inmate on Missouri's death row. Baumruk pulled two handguns from a briefcase and opened fire in the Clayton courthouse on May 5, 1992, killing his wife, Mary, as their divorce hearing was about to begin. Read more...

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Woman's Abduction Captured on Video

Police in Philadelphia have released dramatic video of a suspect apparently abducting a woman in the city's Germantown section. Twenty-two-year-old Carlesha Freeland-Gaither was last seen around 9:40 p.m. Sunday in the 100 block of West Coulter Street. A witness said the woman was yelling for help as a man forced her into a dark-colored sedan. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 12:44 AM

Missing Girl, 10, Returns Home

Police in New Mexico say a 10-year-old girl who had been reported missing from her suburban Albuquerque home has been found safe. Alexandra Greenwall returned to her Rio Rancho home around 7 p.m. Saturday after a three-day search, reports the Albuquerque Journal. Police told reporters that questions remain about the girl's return, however. Read more...

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Missing Teen Probe Uncovers Sex Ring

By most accounts, 19-year-old Brittney Wood was with her uncle Donnie Holland the night of May 30, 2012, the last time anyone saw her. Holland - who was under investigation for horrific sex crimes at the time - died from a bullet within days in what was ruled a suicide. The investigation that followed has publicly unraveled what authorities describe as a dark, twisted tale of perversion in the working-class neighborhoods and piney backwoods of coastal Alabama. Read more...




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November 03, 2014

Frein's Rifle Being Tested

Pennsylvania State Police Commissioner Frank Noonan says investigators are testing a .308 caliber rifle recovered from an abandoned airport hangar to determine if it is the weapon used to kill a trooper and critically wound another officer in the September ambush on a police barracks. Noonan said law enforcement agencies may have had to change their strategy if the search for 31-year-old suspect Eric Frein had gone on for years. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 01:42 AM

4th High School Student Dies

One of the teenagers wounded in a Washington state high school shooting has died, raising to four the number of fatalities from the moment when a student opened fire in a cafeteria. Officials at Providence Regional Medical Center in Everett said 14-year-old Shaylee Chuckulnaskit died. Her family released a statement through the hospital. Read more...

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Halloween Hit-and-Run Arrest Made

Police say they've made multiple arrests in connection with the Halloween hit-and-run deaths of three teenage girls who were trick-or-treating in a Los Angeles suburb. Authorities say 13-year-old twin sisters, Lexi and Lexandra Huerta Perez, and their 13-year-old friend Andrea Gonzalez were struck and killed Friday night in a Santa Ana crosswalk, only two blocks from home. Read more...

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Officer Charged in Bike-Chase Death

A fired Dallas police officer has been indicted on a manslaughter count in the death of a bicyclist who was run over by a patrol car. Fred Bradford Jr., 51, was struck in April 2013 by a patrol car driven by then-officer Bryan Burgess. Bradford was on his bicycle at the time of the incident; he died in June 2013. Read more...

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Refrigerator Girl's Death a Homicide

The death of a 9-year-old Houston girl found in a refrigerator has been ruled a homicide. Ayahana Comb, 9, allegedly died in January, but her death wasn't reported to authorities until June, when her 5-year-old sister found Ayahana's body wrapped in a blanket and stuffed in a refrigerator drawer. The girl alerted a neighbor, who called the police. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 01:40 AM

Fugitive Caught After 22 Years

A New York fugitive that jumped bail and fled from one of upstate New York's biggest pot busts in history has been caught in Oregon after 20 years. John Franklin Forbis appeared bald and grizzled after Lane County Sheriff's Office caught the 72-year-old on the edge of the coastal Siuslaw National Forest where he's been hiding out under a pseudonym. The aging fugitive was apprehended in the tiny community of Deadwood after falling ill and applying for Social Security benefits using his true identity, announced the sheriff's office. Read more...

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Mayoral Candidate Is a Killer

A 46-year-old homicide case has suddenly emerged as an issue in the mayoral race in Shreveport, Louisiana. The leading candidate in the race, Ollie Tyler, told the media that she killed her first husband in 1968 during a domestic violence incident. In August 1968, Ollie Tyler, then 23, shot her husband in the chest in her mother's bedroom in Shreveport. The couple had been married for 11 months. Tyler, who used her husband's last name, Harris, told police at the time that she was repeatedly beaten by her husband during their marriage. Read more...


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