February 27, 2015

John Jonchuck Ruled Incompetent

The Florida man accused of tossing his 5-year-old daughter off a bridge has been declared incompetent to stand trial. John Jonchuck will be send to a prison mental facility for treatment until he can understand the charges against him. Judge Chris Helinger ruled Jonchuck incompetent after two court-appointed experts testified about his mental state. They also testified that they believe he will become competent after six to nine months of treatment. Read more...

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Teen Admits Killing 81-Year-Old

A 17-year-old girl has pleaded guilty to strangling an 81-year-old woman while burglarizing the victim's upstate New York home before setting it on fire. Jennifer Molyneaux pleaded guilty to second-degree murder, admitting in Orange County Court that she killed Helen Mills on Aug. 2. The teen told the judge that she and her then-19-year-old boyfriend, Devin Giordano, were high on heroin and other drugs when they broke into the home and attacked Mills in her bedroom. Read more...

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'Stop Whining' Dispatcher Fired

A 911 dispatcher who told a 13-year-old girl to "stop whining" as her father lay dying in a hit-and-run crash on a Maryland highway is out of the job. Anne Arundel County Fire Department spokesman Capt. Russ Davies says the dispatcher no longer works for the department. The dispatcher's name was not released. The Feb. 1 incident triggered an investigation after the dispatcher told the girl to stop whining. Read more...

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Caregiver Beats 92-Year-Old Woman

A 28-year-old Memphis man is charged with assaulting a 92-year-old woman. The woman, Willie Frances Robinson, said Thomas Standley got mad with her because she wouldn't take her medicine. The woman said Standley choked her, then grabbed her by her arm and shook her violently. In a police affidavit, the station reported, Robinson claimed Standley beats her often and talked her into signing over her power of attorney. Read more...

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Daughter, Grandson Charged in Death

An Eaton County woman and her adult son are facing criminal charges in connection with death of the woman's mother early last year. Robin Sanford, 53, and Tyler Sanford, 23, are charged with involuntary manslaughter and first-degree vulnerable adult abuse in connection with the death of Nancy Belen, 76, of Lansing, authorities said. Belen shared a room with her daughter and grandson at the Red Roof Inn in Delta Township for several years before dying in January 2014 from medical problems that had gone untreated, Eaton County Sheriff's officials said. Read more...

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Detective Arrested On Fraud Charge

A former Sweetwater detective is on the other side of the law after being arrested on a fraud charge.
Octavio Oliu, 42, was arrested and booked into jail after Police said he "used a stolen Michigan license plate on an unmarked police vehicle and accumulated more than 530 Sun Pass violations." Read more...

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Bookkeeper Embezzled More Than $150,000

A woman has been charged for stealing tens of thousands of dollars from her employer. Kristie Marx, 44, was charged with computer crime, two counts of theft and two counts of forgery. Marx is accused of stealing more than $150,000 from Blue Moon Works, a computer graphics company she worked for. Through several schemes, she allegedly charged personal items to a company credit card, gave herself an unauthorized pay raise, manipulated state and federal withholding taxes, wrote herself checks from the company account and added herself and her dependents to the company health insurance plan. Read more...

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Man Burns Down Sex Offender's Home

A man with burns on his face now faces arson charges. The Wisconsin Department of Corrections rented a home in a Madison suburb for convicted sex offender Harold Nyberg last year. Officials say keeping Nyberg under supervised release in the house would only cost $75,000 a year. Keeping him in prison would cost $150,000. The community didn't want him nearby. One of those angry residents was Russell Speigle, 50, spoke out loudly against the plan. Read more...


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February 26, 2015

JonBenet Crime Scene Botched

A former Boulder, Colorado police chief says his officers should have done a better job of securing the crime scene at the home where JonBenet Ramsey was found killed. Mark Beckner said a lack of manpower due to the Christmas holiday was partially to blame for the confusion at the scene. In an online question and answer session, Beckner said detectives should have separated the parents, John and Patsy Ramsey, and taken full statements from each of them on day one. Read more...

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Georgia Woman's Execution Delayed

The state of Georgia on Wednesday delayed the execution of its only female death row inmate, ahead of a winter storm forecast to hit many areas with several inches of snow. Kelly Renee Gissendaner, 46, had been scheduled for execution at 7 p.m. at the state prison in Jackson. The execution has been reset for Monday, according to a Department of Corrections statement. Read more...

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Jury Gets Jodi Arias Case

The case of convicted murderer Jodi Arias went to a jury Wednesday that will decide if she is sentenced to death or life in prison for killing her boyfriend. The jury got the case after a defense lawyer made his final plea for mercy in the killing that grabbed global attention over the violent nature of the crime. Read more...

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Mom of 4 Found Dead in Car

Authorities are searching for the ex-boyfriend of a woman found shot to death in her car after charging him with criminal homicide in her death. Police surrounded the Uniontown home of 45-year-old Terry Walker but soon found he wasn't there. Authorities say he should be considered armed and dangerous. Read more...

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Pet Store Arsonist Gets 5 Years

A former Las Vegas pet shop owner who was caught on surveillance video torching her business before 27 puppies and dogs were rescued last year failed to sway her sentencing judge with a courtroom announcement that she was three months pregnant. Clark County District Court Judge David Barker said he thought Gloria Eun Hye Lee, 36, was using her pregnancy to try to get him to hand down a lesser sentence. Read more...

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Mom Charged in Fatal Fire

The mother of two children killed in a Preble County house fire has been charged with two felonies in the incident. The Preble County Prosecuting Attorney's Office formally filed two charges of endangering children against Chastity Hall, 35. The charges are third-degree felonies. The bodies of Malea Bradburn, 10, and her brother, Malachi Bradburn, 9, were found in the house's basement. Read more...



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February 25, 2015

Eddie Ray Routh Guilty

Ex-Marine Eddie Ray Routh was found guilty of killing 'American Sniper' author Chris Kyle and Chad Littlefield. The 27-year-old gunman will serve life in prison without the possibility of parole after a Texas jury found him guilty of killing the pair at a friend's shooting range in February 2013. Jury deliberations took only hours, after prosecutors portrayed gunman Eddie Ray Routh as a cold, calculating killer. Read more...

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Feds: Trayvon's Rights Not Violated

The feds will not pursue civil rights charges over the shooting death of Trayvon Martin. The "investigation into this incident is closed," the Department of Justice said in a statement. While U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder had previously called the shooting of the unarmed Florida teen "tragic" and "unnecessary," his office's exhaustive probe found "insufficient evidence to pursue federal criminal civil rights charges against George Zimmerman," Martin's killer. Read more...

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Black Panther Cop Killer Seeks Parole

A former Black Panther who killed two cops in 1971 at a Harlem housing project has gone to court seeking his freedom. Herman Bell, 67, said in papers filed in Manhattan Supreme Court that the city Board of Parole's 2014 decision to deny him parole for the sixth time should be overturned because board members were biased when they insisted he has no remorse. Read more...

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'Bonnie and Clyde' Suspect Interviewed

The Kentucky teen in the so-called "Bonnie and Clyde" crime spree swears he'd do it all over again for his underage partner in crime. "The look in her eyes at the beach, the way she looked at me...she was the most happy girl alive," Dalton Hayes, 18, says about his 13-year-old accomplice in the first interview since their January arrest. "I would do it all over again to protect her." Read more...

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Deputy Seen Dragging Incompetent Suspect

A Florida sheriff's deputy is under investigation after he was caught on video dragging a mentally ill woman by her ankle shackles down a courthouse hallway, authorities said. The woman sobbed and called miserably for her mother as Broward County Deputy Christopher Johnson slid her toward a jail doorway. Rios was in Broward County Court on Monday for a status hearing after two doctors found her mentally incompetent. Read more...

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4 Students Arrested in Molly Scare

Authorities in Middletown, Conn. arrested four Wesleyan University students in connection with 11 party drug overdoses that shocked the campus over the weekend. Cops arrested Eric Lonergan, 21 of Rio de Janeiro, Zachary Kramer, 21 of Bethesda, Md., Andrew Olson, 20, of Atascadero, Calif. and Rama Agha Al Nakib, 20 of Lutherville, Md. after investigating the batches of Molly, or MDMA, they recovered on Sunday. Read more...


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February 24, 2015

Holly Bobo Suspect Found Dead

A man who once had immunity to testify in the Holly Bobo investigation before it was withdrawal has been found dead. Shayne Austin apparently committed suicide out of state according to his attorney, Luke Evans. Read more...

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Arias Won't Take the Stand

Convicted murderer Jodi Arias has declined to address a jury considering whether to sentence her to life in prison or death in the killing of her former boyfriend. Arias said that she wanted to make comments to jurors but insisted the courtroom be cleared. She said she wouldn't make any remarks if she could be seen and heard from a remote viewing room. Read more...

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Missing Tampa Woman Found in Lake

The body of a waitress who went missing on Feb. 13 was found Sunday in a vehicle submerged in a Tampa, Fla., lake near her home, authorities said. Officials identified the vehicle's driver as Apryl Foster, 33, pending a final determination by the Medical Examiner's Office,the Tampa Bay Times reported.Residents tipped off the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office to the Chevy Aveo, which they saw drive down a boat ramp and into Mango Lake on a security camera. Read more...

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Body Found in Residential Well

Anderson County deputies say the body of a woman -- last seen in September 2014 -- was discovered in a well. The body was identified as Patricia Ann Freeman, 57, who was reported missing on Feb. 6 by her brother. He told investigators that he had not seen his sister since Sept. 8 and had been concerned for his safety. The Anderson County Sheriff's Office also said that the owner of the property, Perry Thomas Pruitt, was arrested on charges of unauthorized removal of a dead body. Read more...

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Woman, 19, Arrested in Homicide

Police arrested a 19-year-old woman they believe played a role in the death of a man found in his Gilroy home last week, authorities said. Police responded to a home on the 1400 block of Bay Tree Drive after neighbors complained of dogs barking loudly. Officers found an unconscious man, later identified as 56-year-old Robert Joseph Heiser, who was pronounced dead at the scene. Police arrested Gabriela Bernice Ortiz, 19, of San Jose, who was seen on video using the man's credit card. Read more...

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Cop Charged With Attempted Murder

Indianapolis cops busted a fellow officer on attempted murder charges after he loaded a gun with blanks, pointed it at the mother of his child and pulled the trigger, authorities said. The gunpowder blast knocked out three of the girlfriend's teeth, fractured her nose and broke her jaw, police said. Investigators discovered a trail of blood stretching between the cop's patrol car and the couple's apartment. Read more...

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Arkansas Defensive End Gets DUI

Arkansas sophomore Tevin Beanum was arrested in Fayetteville on suspicion of driving while intoxicated and illegally possessing alcohol, according to the Washington County Detention Center website. A redshirt freshman in 2014, Beanum was pulled over after failing to dim his headlights. According to the arrest report, Beanum agreed to take the standardized field sobriety test in which the officer wrote in his notes that "Beanum performed in a manner consistent with an intoxicated person." The officer's notes also indicate that an open bottle of brandy was found in the backseat of Beanum's vehicle. Read more...



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February 23, 2015

Confession Heats up Lyon Cold Case

New revelations from a convicted sex offender, who was named as a person of interest in the 1975 disappearance of two young Maryland girls, have prompted investigators to seek information from anyone who might collaborate his story. Lloyd Welch, who is serving time in prison for the sexual assault of a 10-year-old girl, has told more than one detective that he was in the station wagon with the girls on the day they were abducted from a shopping mall near their home on March 25, 1975. Read more...

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Shootout Leaves Three Dead

A Georgia sheriff and deputy are wounded and three others are dead following a shootout that cops say started when authorities in Habersham County responded to a domestic call at a home outside Clarkesville. Sheriff Joey Terrell (pictured) and Deputy William Zigan arrived to find an armed man, later identified as a former cop in nearby Gainesville named Anthony Giaquinta, and a dead woman, his ex-wife, in the garage. Read more...

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Hernandez Jurors See Video

Grainy surveillance video seen by jurors in the murder trial of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez shows the victim an hour before he was killed climbing into a car that prosecutors say was driven by Hernandez. Hernandez is charged in the June 17, 2013 shooting death of Odin Lloyd, who was dating his fiancee's sister. A neighbor who lived across the street from Lloyd in the Dorchester section of Boston captured the video on three surveillance cameras on his property early that morning. Read more...

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Man Claims Dead Wife Killed Herself

A 30-year-old man is being held without bail outside Atlanta, charged with killing his fiancee after first reporting her death as a suicide, police said. Antione Hood was arrested in connection with the fatal shooting of elementary school teacher Candace McGriff, 28, (pictured) in DeKalb, Ga. Hood reported the death of his live-in girlfriend and told police she had shot herself in the chest when Hood tried to break up with her. Read more...

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'Drill Sargent From Hell' Trial Begins

A prosecutor calls Joyce Hardin Garrard the "drill sergeant from hell," a woman so mean she made her 9-year-old granddaughter run until the girl collapsed and died, all as punishment for lying about candy. In court, the 59-year-old year old woman, plump and with a ponytail, looks like a typical grandmother aside from a jail uniform and shackles. And her attorneys argue Garrard's beloved granddaughter died because of other medical problems, not anything Garrard did. Garrard goes on trial in the death three years ago of Savannah Hardin, a blond-haired girl known for her big smile and love of reading. Read more...

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Phoenix Teen Dies in Drive By

Authorities say a 17-year-old girl has died after she was shot in the head in a drive-by shooting in Phoenix. The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office says the teen was riding in west Phoenix when someone in another vehicle fired into the car. Phoenix police say the girl's friends then drove to a nearby Walmart and called for help. Read more...


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February 20, 2015

Man Arrested in 1974 Cold Case

Cold case investigators in western Pennsylvania have arrested a childhood friend in the 1974 death of a boy killed while running a bike errand for his mother. Police believe then-17-year-old Joseph Leos shot 14-year-old John David Watson Jr. (pictured) in Dunbar Township, about 40 miles southeast of Pittsburgh. A police affidavit says Watson had biked to a motel to buy cigarettes for his mother but never made it home that night. Read more...

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American Sniper Defense Rests

Attorneys mounting an insanity defense rested their case in the trial of the ex-Marine charged with gunning down "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle and another man. Eddie Ray Routh did not testify during his trial for capital murder in the deaths of Kyle and friend Chad Littlefield at a shooting range two years ago. Jurors heard from a forensic psychiatrist who said Routh has schizophrenia and showed signs of psychosis in the weeks leading up to the slayings. Read more...

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Neighbor Arrested in Road Rage Killing

The gunman who blasted a Las Vegas mother during a fatal road-rage showdown lived just down the block — and he had help, police said. Officers busted 19-year-old neighbor Erich Nowsch in a bizarre twist to the week-long manhunt for Tammy Meyers' killer, authorities said. They also revealed they're still hunting for a second suspect. The arrest of a familiar face outraged the 44-year-old victim's family. Read more...

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Death Row Woman to Pig Out

It's not like she has to worry about her cholesterol. A Georgia woman who had her husband killed for insurance money has ordered a gluttonous dinner for her final feast, prison officials revealed. Kelly Renee Gissendaner, the state's only woman on death row, requested two cheeseburgers, two large orders of fries, cornbread with a side of buttermilk, popcorn, lemonade and a salad with boiled eggs, tomatoes, bell peppers, onions, carrots, cheese and buttermilk dressing. Read more...

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Suge Knight Rushed to Hospital

Rap mogul Marion (Suge) Knight was taunted by other inmates before he was rushed from a Los Angeles courthouse to a local hospital, a courtroom source revealed. "Suge got on the bus from jail and people started taunting him, calling him names," the source said after Knight was taken away by ambulance. Knight, 49, has been in jail since Jan. 30 on charges he murdered local businessman Terry Carter and injured former gang member turned filmmaker Cle (Bone) Sloan with his truck in a parking lot dispute at a burger stand in Compton, Calif. Read more...



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February 19, 2015

Trial Date Set in Hannah Graham Case

A judge has set the date for the murder trial of the man accused of abducting and killing University of Virginia sophomore Hannah Graham. Jesse Matthew's trial is scheduled to begin June 29. The trial is expected to last about three weeks, the judge said. Read more...

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Killer Husband Gets 45 Years

Texas authorities gave the Lubbock man who pleaded guilty to strangling his wife to death a 45-year prison sentence and dropped his indecency with a child charges. Epifanio Jose Guzman, 43, confessed to police in June that he choked his wife Rachel Guzman during an argument until her body went limp, placed her in the couple's bed and slept a night by the body before he woke up and realized that she had died. Read more...

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Gunman's Bus Attack Caught on Video

Missouri cops hope shocking new footage of a gunman blasting a 15-year-old girl leads to a break in the unsolved shooting. The hooded triggerman waited on a Kansas City sidewalk, and then unloaded as the teen's bus rolled to a stop. The passengers scrambled for cover as bullets flew through the coach in a spray of window glass. Read more...

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Dentist Arrested for Homicide

A Connecticut dentist was charged with homicide a year after a patient flatlined in his chair while he attempted a marathon procedure to pull 20 of her teeth. Rashmi Patel turned himself into Enfield Police Tuesday, a year to the day that 64-year-old Judith Gan died in his office. He was charged with criminally negligent homicide and tampering with evidence. Read more...

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Vanilla Ice Charged With Burglary

Vanilla Ice was put on ice, thanks to an arrest in Lantana, Florida. The rap artist, whose real name is Robert Van Winkle, was taken into custody and charged with burglary residence and grand theft, according to a news release issued by the Lantana Police Department. The Police Department said the robbery occurred sometime between December and February in a home that was going through foreclosure. Items stolen include a pool heater and furniture. Read more...

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Principal Was Heroin Dealer

A former Missouri elementary school principal was arrested on charges alleging he had been dealing heroin. Joshua Foust, 33, resigned from his job earlier this month. He is charged with possession of a controlled substance with the intent to deliver. He is jailed on $100,000 bond. Police said there is no evidence the 33-year-old dealt drugs to students or staff while principal at A.D. Stowell Elementary School in Hannibal. Read more...


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February 18, 2015

Prosecution Rests American Sniper Case

Prosecutors have rested their case in the Texas capital murder trial of a former Marine accused of killing "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle and another man in 2013. Before resting, prosecutors played a recorded phone call between Eddie Ray Routh and a reporter from The New Yorker magazine. During the interview, Routh describes the events surrounding the killings of Kyle and his friend Chad Littlefield. Read more...

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Burned Alive Case Timeline Released

Investigators still don't know where a northern Mississippi teen was for about one hour on the night she was burned alive, Panola County District Attorney John Champion revealed. Investigators are reconstructing the last few hours of 19-year-old Jessica Chambers' life and are asking the public to come forward with information. Read more...

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Girl's Running Death Trial Begins

Jury selection is beginning in the capital murder trial of an Alabama woman accused of making her granddaughter run until she collapsed and died. Court officials say about 300 potential jurors are due in court for the trial of Joyce Hardin Garrard. Another 300 have been summoned for Thursday. The 59-year-old Boaz woman is charged in the death of 9-year-old Savannah Hardin three years ago. Prosecutors contend the woman made the child run for hours as a punishment for a lie about candy. Read more...

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Shoplifter Arrested 109th Time

Nathaniel Ferguson, 49, had been arrested a whopping 108 times when he snatched a bunch of teeth-whiteners and bolted through the open doors of a drug store in suburban Cleveland, police said. "I don't have anything on me," the prolific shoplifter reportedly yelled at a CVS security guard who knows him well. Ferguson had a getaway car waiting and roared down the road where he was stopped by a couple of old acquaintances from the South Euclid Police Department, authorities said. They asked for his ID as a matter of procedure. He allegedly gave them the name of his brother. Read more...

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Bobbi Kristina Still on Life Support

The family of Whitney Houston refuse to take her daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown, off of life support despite doctor's fears that she may be long gone. Rather than giving up hope in her making a recovery, the family has decided to gather around her in prayer. The family believes that through prayer they are capable of achieving a miracle that medicine has not been able to provide. Read more...

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Teacher's Alcohol Hospitalizes Teen

Tracey Harding, 50, was arrested and suspended from her job after cops broke up a boozy birthday bash at her house and found a 15-year-old who was so wasted he was rushed to the hospital. The first-grade teacher knew the boy was passed out drunk in the basement of her South Brunswick home but did nothing, even as the trashed teen's panicked mother called for help, police said. Underage drinkers swigged vodka, beer and other booze through the night, authorities said. The boy was reportedly too drunk to speak correctly. Read more...

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Colts' Bradshaw Faces Pot Charge

An Indianapolis Colts running back has pleaded not guilty to a marijuana possession charge in western Ohio. Preble County court officials say a Dayton attorney filed the plea for Ahmad Bradshaw. The Ohio State Highway Patrol says Bradshaw was stopped for a traffic violation on Interstate 70 this month. He was charged with a misdemeanor count of possession of a small amount of marijuana and with following too closely behind another vehicle in his Cadillac. Read more...




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February 17, 2015

Cops Shoot Teen Killer

A 16-year-old boy killed in a shootout with police in Maryland, prompted the search of his home over 500 miles away in Kentucky, where authorities found the bodies of his parents and younger sister. Friends and relatives of Jason Hendrix were struggling to understand how the boy, a faithful churchgoer who was baptized just two months ago, could end up as the suspect in the slayings. Read more...

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American Sniper Jury Hears Confession

A videotaped confession by the former Marine accused in the fatal shootings of "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle and his friend was shown to jurors as the trial resumed in Texas. Eddie Ray Routh, 27, confessed to the February 2013 slayings but has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity. "I'm just sorry for what I've done," Routh said in the interview with Texas Ranger Danny Briley. "I've got tons of people eating on my soul right now," he added. Read more...

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Tampa Woman Still Missing

Police are searching for a missing Florida woman who was last seen after she left a bar. Apryl Foster, 33, vanished in Tampa early Thursday. The station reports she left the Double Decker bar around 2:19 that morning and was last seen walking down the sidewalk alone. While investigators say they don't have evidence of foul play, they're concerned about her safety. Read more...

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Bacon-Throwing Woman Missing

A woman involved in a bizarre "bacon-throwing" incident at a police station outside Boston last year has been reported missing, according to police. Lindsey McNamara, 24, was last seen having dinner with acquaintances at the Natick Mall Feb. 14, Lt. Rich Briggs, a spokesman for the Ashland, Mass. police department, told 48 Hours' Crimesider. Police don't have anything to indicate foul play, but they're actively investigating the disappearance, Briggs said. Read more...

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Father Stabs Gender-Confused Son

Kevin Golec, a 52-year-old eastern Ohio man, has been charged with murder after allegedly being caught in a lie. He is accused of stabbing his son to death. Golec reportedly called 911 Friday night and told dispatchers that he and his 22-year-old son, Brian, were just attacked in their Akron home. But according to Akron police, Kevin Golec was actually the attacker, and he stabbed Brian after the two got into an argument, reports the station. Read more...

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Boy Calls Cops on Passed-Out Mom

A Mississippi mom was arrested on drugs charges after her 3-year-old son called cops when she and three men passed out in a hotel room. The infant was staying with the adults at the Economy Inn motel in Ocean Springs when he realized he couldn't wake his mother Ashley Nicole McDaniel up. He dialed 911 and officers were able to track the room number down. Read more...

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Drunk Sleeps Thru Mug Shot

A super-stoned Texas man fell asleep during his mug shot after crashing his car while high on synthetic pot. Christopher Shirley allegedly reversed his vehicle into another car outside a Wal-Mart in Porter, Montgomery County. He then completely conked out. Deputies were called by a concerned passerby and found the seriously wasted 20-year-old slumped inside the vehicle, which was still running. Read more...



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February 16, 2015

Hackers Hit Global Banks

A hacking ring has stolen up to $1 billion from banks around the world in what would be one of the biggest banking breaches known, a cybersecurity firm says in a report. The hackers have been active since at least the end of 2013 and infiltrated more than 100 banks in 30 countries, according to Russian security company Kaspersky Lab. Read more...

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Man Killed in WalMart Shootout

Authorities say a man has been killed and a police officer injured after an exchange of gunfire inside a Wal-Mart store in northeastern Mississippi. Mississippi Bureau of Investigation spokesman Warren Strain said the incident began as a traffic pursuit. He says officers from the Iuka Police Department were following a man who bailed out of his car and ran inside the Wal-Mart. Strain says the officers followed and the man opened fire. Officers returned fire, killing him. Read more...

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Shoplifter Shoots at Police

A North Side man has been charged with attempted first-degree murder after police say he fired a gun at police Saturday evening while two officers were arresting him for shoplifting. Thomas Thompson, 33, was ordered held in lieu of $500,000 bail in a bond court hearing. Thompson was charged with two felony counts of attempted first-degree murder, disarming a peace officer, possession of a controlled substance and retail theft, police said. Read more...

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Houston Bank Robber Nabbed

A Houston man has been accused of holding up five banks in robberies committed last year by a person wearing a Texas Longhorns cap. The FBI announced the arrest of 31-year-old Willy Cuevas. An FBI statement says Cuevas is suspected of being the so-called "Longhorn Bandit" and targeting Chase bank branches. Investigators say Cuevas, who was arrested at his home, faces five counts of felony bank robbery. Read more...

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MTV Star Arrested for Prostitution

A star of the MTV series "16 and Pregnant" has been arrested in Delaware on prostitution charges following a multi-agency sting operation. Valarie Fairman, 21, and eight other women were taken into custody in New Castle and were issued a criminal summons pending their appearances in court. The sting operation was conducted after authorities received numerous complaints about prostitution and other quality-of-life crimes. Fairman allegedly agreed to perform a sexual act for cash. Read more...


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February 13, 2015

House Where Somer Died Burns

Orange Park firefighters have burned to the ground the house where a 7-year-old Florida girl was killed in 2009 after the foundation which bears her name purchased the property. The house was used for a live training exercise after it was purchased by the Somer Thompson Foundation. Read more...

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Prosecution Rests in Arias Trial

The prosecution in the Jodi Arias sentencing retrial has rested its case. Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Sherry Stephens told the jury Thursday that there could be testimony from rebuttal witnesses as late as Feb. 26. The retrial is scheduled to resume Wednesday. The defense rested its case Jan. 27. Read more...

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Teen Arrested in Girlfriend's Stabbing

Police say a high school senior was stabbed to death by her ex-boyfriend in her western Massachusetts home. Nickolas T. Lacrosse, 20, is charged with killing 17-year-old Kathryn Mauke of Springfield. Last month Mauke won the 75th Model Congress at American International College and was awarded a full four-year tuition scholarship to the school. Read more...

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Woman Admits Teacher's Choking

Abandoning any claims to an insanity defense, a Vermont woman pleaded guilty to the 2012 strangulation of a prep school teacher who prosecutors say was lured to her death with a ruse about a broken down car. At a mental competency hearing, a judge found Patricia Prue capable of rational decisions before she pleaded guilty to aggravated murder in the death of St. Johnsbury Academy teacher Melissa Jenkins. Read more...

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Amanda Knox to Marry

Amanda Knox is engaged. Knox will marry Colin Sutherland, a musician who recently moved to Seattle from New York. Both Knox and Sutherland are 27. No wedding date had been set. Knox's murder conviction in the 2007 stabbing of her roommate has been reinstated by an Italian court, but the former college exchange student maintains her innocence and vows she won't willingly go back to Italy. Read more...

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4-Year-Old Found With .159 BAC

A 4-year-old girl was rushed to the hospital after the child drank wine. Her grandmother is charged with child endangerment. The charge was filed against her in Platte County court this week. Court records show the girl’s blood alcohol content was nearly twice the legal limit for an adult to drive. Investigators say grandmother Aretha A. McAdoo left a bag filled with wine from a box of wine sitting on a kitchen table right next to a glass of wine she poured for herself. Read more...

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Emile Hirsch Charged With Assault

Emile Hirsch, who starred in 'The Girl Next Door,' has reportedly been charged with felony assault for allegedly attacking a female Hollywood executive at a party in Utah during the Sundance Film Festival, a new report claims. He has since checked himself into rehab. Read more...


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February 12, 2015

1987 Murder Victim Identified

It's been almost three decades since a decomposed body was found in a culvert underneath a southern Arizona freeway. Now, Marana police have identified the victim — a teenage girl from Spokane, Washington, who was fatally shot in 1987 after taking a bus trip to Arizona with a ticket possibly bought by her killer. Police also believe they know who the murderer is. But he died in a Tucson prison in 2005, six years before being connected to the cold case. Read more...

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Newborn Killer Set for Plea Deal

A Utah woman accused of killing six of her newborn babies and storing their bodies in her garage appears set to take a plea deal. Court records show prosecutors and attorneys for 39-year-old Megan Huntsman have reached a resolution, and requested a special setting for a hearing in Provo, Utah. The attorneys said last month they were negotiating a plea deal. Read more...

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Parking Squabble Leaves 3 Dead

A man charged in the shooting death of three honors students in North Carolina had clashed with the victims before, a relative said. Craig Stephen Hicks, 46, was charged with three counts of first-degree murder and ordered held without bail. His wife, Karen Hicks, said she was shocked at the news of the event and that she believed the incident was not religiously motivated. Read more...

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Player Charged in Gender-Freak's Murder

The 911 call to Tyler, Texas, police early in the morning of Jan. 26 first reported a car crash – and then, a witness nearby told police he'd heard gunshots. Officers responding to the scene discovered a red Toyota Camry that had jumped the curb just shy of hitting a utility pole. The lone person inside, in the driver's seat, appeared to be female. The victim had been shot "several times," according to a criminal affidavit – and it was the shots, Officer Don Martin tells PEOPLE, that caused the victim to lose control of the car. Declared dead at the scene was Tyrone "Ty" Lee Underwood, 24, a gender-confused man. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 12:15 AM

'Serial Stowaway' Arrested Again

An obviously disturbed 63-year-old "Serial Stowaway" who has repeatedly been jailed for security transgressions at SFO and other airports has run afoul of the law again, this time with an arrest in Florida. The circumstances of Marilyn Hartman's arrest were unclear, but a spokesman for the Nassau County Sheriff's Office confirmed that she was in custody and was being held on suspicion of identity theft, "swindling or defrauding an innkeeper for more than $300" and trespassing. Local media reports from Florida indicate she may have been using a fake identification card to stay in a luxury resort before being arrested. Read more...



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February 11, 2015

Missouri Killer Executed

A man convicted of breaking into his neighbor's home in a St. Louis suburb and slitting her throat 25 years ago was executed early Wednesday. Walter Timothy Storey was the first Missouri inmate put to death this year after a record 10 executions in 2014. His fate was sealed when the U.S. Supreme Court refused to halt the execution over concerns about Missouri's secretive process for obtaining and using the lethal injection drug pentobarbital. Read more...

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Georgia Sets Execution Date for Woman

Georgia authorities have set an execution date for a woman convicted in her husband's murder in what would be the state's first execution of a female since 1945. Kelly Renee Gissendaner is scheduled to be put to death Feb. 25 after exhausting her legal appeals. She is the state's only female death row inmate after she was convicted of coaxing her boyfriend into murdering her husband. Read more...

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Father Who Tossed Daughter Is Incompetent

A Florida man accused of throwing his daughter off a bridge has been found by doctors to be incompetent to stand trial in her death. John Jonchuck appeared in court Tuesday. The case has been reset for a status check on Feb. 17. If the court rules in line with the doctors' reports, Jonchuck would likely be sent to a hospital for six months before his case returns to court for another status check. Read more...

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Hernandez's Fiancée Granted Immunity

Former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez's fiancée has been granted immunity sought by prosecutors in Hernandez's murder trial. The decision released by a judge means that Shayanna Jenkins could be compelled to testify or face time behind bars. Prosecutors filed the petition last month, and Superior Court Judge Susan Garsh held a closed hearing at that time, but did not immediately release a decision. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 12:20 AM

Son's Trial Set in Hammer Deaths

A suburban Detroit man with a history of mental illness who is accused of beating his 87-year-old father and 85-year-old mother to death with a hammer has been ordered to stand trial in their slayings. A Rochester Hills district judge ruled that there's enough evidence to try 53-year-old Jeffrey B. Maurer in Oakland County Circuit Court on first-degree murder charges. Maurer faces an automatic penalty of life in prison without parole if convicted. Read more...

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Targeted Sports Anchor Shot

A San Diego sports anchor had emergency surgery as police hunted an "armed and dangerous" gunman who blasted him in his driveway. Kyle Kraska, the sports director at CBS News 8, was apparently leaving his house in a silver Mercedes when a shooter opened fire, shattering the back window of the two-door sports car. San Diego cops quickly identified the suspect as 54-year-old Mike Montana (pictured). Read more...

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3 Sentenced in Hate Crime Murder

Three people were sentenced to federal prison, following a hate crimes investigation stemming from the death of a black man who was beaten and run over by a truck in Mississippi. U.S. District Judge Carlton Reeves sentenced Deryl Paul Dedmon to 50 years; John Aaron Rice to 18 1/2 years; and Dylan Wade Butler to seven years. They were charged in the June 2011 death of James Craig Anderson (pictured). Read more...


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February 10, 2015

Drew Peterson Faces New Charges

Convicted wife killer Drew Peterson is now facing charges that he tried to hire a hit man to kill the prosecutor who led his 2012 conviction. Peterson is charged with solicitation of murder for hire and solicitation of murder of Will County State Attorney James Glasgow. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 02:55 AM

Trustee, Attorney Get Casey's $25,000

In the end, the lawyers will get Casey Anthony's assets, just not her defense attorneys. The federal court trustee handling Anthony's bankruptcy claim has reported that most of her $25,000 should go to the attorney that worked for him during the process. Read more...

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Change of Venue Denied Tsaranev Again

The latest effort to move the trial of alleged Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokar Tsaranev has been denied by Judge George O'Toole. O'Toole blasted the third attempt to move the trial by Tsarnaev's attorneys in a lengthy ruling, describing it has having "even less, not more, merit than the prior ones." Read more...

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Jessica Chambers Wanted to Tell 'Story'

Jessica Chambers was on the verge of telling what she felt to be an important and powerful story when she died. But the woman she asked to help her write her book said the 19-year-old Courtland girl who was burned alive just weeks later never told her what that story was.
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Judge Denies Bond Reduction For Arochi

The man last seen with 23-year-old Christina Morris was in court seeking to lower his $1 million bond. Plano police arrested Enrique Arochi, 24, in December and charged him with aggravated kidnapping related to the disappearance of Morris, 22. She hasn't been seen or heard from since August 30, 2014. The judge denied the lower bond.
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Posted by Webmaster at 02:51 AM

Carjacker Shot After High-Speed Chase

An armed carjacker was gunned down by police and arrested after a wild chase through Los Angeles - after trying to steal a third car on live television. The suspect was first spotted speeding through the city in a stolen ride shortly before a television news crew started to record the action. But the bandit smashed the car a short time later and boosted a second vehicle to speed away from a line of police cars. Read more...

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Jury Ready in 'American Sniper' Trial

A jury has been seated in the trial of a man charged with killing the former Navy SEAL depicted in the Oscar-nominated movie "American Sniper," with the judge estimating no more than two dozen people were dismissed from service because of publicity about the case. Ten women and two men will serve as jurors for Eddie Ray Routh's trial. Routh, a former Marine, is charged with capital murder in the deaths of 38-year-old Chris Kyle and Kyle's friend, 35-year-old Chad Littlefield. Read more...




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February 09, 2015

Killer Takes Selfie With Victim

A 16-year-old accused murdered was caught after taking a selfie next to the dead body, police said. Authorities received the selfie Maxwell Marion Morton took next to the body of Jeannette High School classmate Ryan Mangan (pictured) in the victim's home. Morton was charged with first-degree murder, homicide and possession of a firearm by a minor. Mangan was shot in the face and authorities said his mother found his lifeless body in their home Wednesday. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 12:33 AM

Teen Arrested in Mall Shooting

Three people were hospitalized with gunshot wounds after a 17-year-old male opened fire on a man at a Pittsburgh-area mall, police said, striking his intended target as well as two bystanders. The gunman managed to escape but police say they were able to identify him by matching surveillance video with images on social media. Tarod Thornhill was arrested at a home in Brackenridge. He was being held at the Allegheny County Jail pending arraignment on charges as an adult of aggravated assault, attempted homicide and recklessly endangering other people. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 12:25 AM

5 Dead, 2 Hurt in Georgia Shooting

An estranged father opened fire on his family at their Georgia home killing four including some children and then himself, authorities said. The father also wounded two more children before committing suicide after wrecking a quiet Douglasville neighborhood with his 3 p.m. rampage, according to Douglas County Sheriff's Office. The two surviving children were hospitalized. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 12:24 AM

Ex-Wife Arrested in Cop's Murder

Investigators arrested the ex-wife of Exeter police officer Daniel Green in connection with his slaying. Erika Sandoval, 28, of Visalia, was taken into custody without incident around and could be charged with homicide, according to Tulare County Sheriff Mike Boudreaux. Boudreaux said Green died Friday evening from gunshot wounds. He did not say how many or where the wounds were located. Boudreaux said investigators recovered a weapon they believe was used in the crime. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 12:20 AM

Cops Check Bruce Jenner's Phone Records

Investigators will likely seek Bruce Jenner's cellphone records to determine if the Olympic gold medalist was texting when he was behind the wheel of an SUV involved in a highway crash in Malibu that killed a woman, authorities said. The agency will likely collect phone records for all the drivers involved in the multi-vehicle accident, so investigators can check call and text data, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Sgt. Philip Brooks said. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 12:19 AM

School Principal Gets DUI

Her Twitter page shows a banner with the words "Be Safe, Be responsible," but when Seneca High School Principal Kimberly Harbolt goes to work Monday, she'll likely have to explain her arrest over the weekend on drinking and driving charges. Police and jail records show Harbolt, 37, was arrested and charged with speeding and operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol. She was booked into jail by Louisville Metro Department of Corrections, and released later on her own recognizance. Read more...


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February 06, 2015

Court Stays Texas Execution

A condemned Texas inmate set to die next week for killing four men in North Texas more than 30 years ago has received a reprieve from the U.S. Supreme Court. In a brief order, the high court indefinitely put off the lethal injection of 67-year-old Lester Bower Jr. The justices gave no reason for the ruling, saying only that the reprieve would be lifted if they deny or act on his appeals. Read more...

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Suge Knight Back in Jail

The co-founder of Death Row Records was released from a southern California hospital and returned to a cell with no bail after allegedly killing one man and injuring another with his pickup truck last week, authorities said. "He's doing much better. There's still some pain, but he's feeling much better," his lawyer David Kenner said. Kenner said Knight, 49, has a blood clot that could turn deadly if it goes to his heart, so there was concern about that during his day and a half under medical care. Read more...

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NC Deputy's Daughter Missing

The teen daughter of a North Carolina sheriff's deputy has been missing since Wednesday morning, and the car she was driving was found abandoned in a field. Sara Nicole Graham, 18, left her home in Fairmont -- a town near the state's border with South Carolina, about 45 miles south of Fayetteville -- around 6:30 a.m. Wednesday to drive to her job at a Walmart in nearby Pembroke. She was scheduled to arrive at work at 7 a.m., reports the station, but never showed up. Read more...

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Would-Be Robber With Toy Gun Killed

A man who police said tried robbing a Pennsylvania man with a toy gun was shot and killed when the would-be victim pulled a real gun on him. The masked suspect confronted a 67-year old man while he was walking in Cobbs Creek Park in Upper Darby. He was carrying a pellet gun, which he pointed in the man's face. Read more...

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Woman Accused of Ordering Ax Murder

A gang member's ex-girlfriend is accused of ordering the ax murder of a man at a Glendale, Arizona apartment last year. Bond was set at $500,000 for Brenna Maas at her initial court appearance Wednesday. She was arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit first-degree murder and assisting a criminal street gang. The 45-year-old Maas is accused in the death of Joshua Calkins, whose body was found in April 2014 wrapped in a rug and plastic in a Phoenix alley. Read more...

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Walmart Fires Shoplifting-Nabbing Manager

A vigilante Walmart manager, who stopped a shoplifter and took a punch to the face for his trouble, has been terminated. Don Watson said he was fired 27 days after he chased a shoplifter out of his store in Prattville on Jan. 4. He chased the suspect through the parking lot and across the street, where security from an apartment complex helped apprehend him until police arrived. Roderick Gray, 46, of Tallassee, was charged with third-degree robbery for allegedly stealing $1,118.73 worth of merchandise. Read more...




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February 05, 2015

Texas Executes Cop Killer

A three-time convicted robber who helped engineer the biggest prison break in Texas history was executed Wednesday evening for killing a suburban Dallas police officer while the notorious gang was on the run. Donald Newbury, 52, became the third member of the group known as the "Texas 7" executed for the fatal shooting of 29-year-old Aubrey Hawkins, an Irving officer who interrupted the fugitives' robbery of a sporting goods store on Christmas Eve in 2000. Read more...

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Pastor's Son Charged in Family Murders

The son of a Texas Episcopal pastor was arrested and charged with the grisly killings of his dad, his mother and his 5-year-old brother, authorities said. Isaac Tiharihondi,19, was arrested by FBI agents at 2:30 a.m. in a Mississippi motel. He had been sought by police since yesterday, when the bloodied bodies of his father, Israel Ahimbisibwe, his wife, Dorcus, and their young boy Israel Jr., were discovered inside their Houston-area apartment. Authorities said the three had been beaten to death. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 02:50 AM

Ohio Killers Headed South?

An Ohio man wanted for the brutal murder of an elderly couple whose remains were found in their burned-out car last month appears to be heading south with a trail of armed robberies in his wake, federal authorities said. Robert Roy Clark, 29, and two of his alleged accomplices were reported as last seen by police near the Georgia-Florida border after warrants were issued for his arrest in the murder of Doyle, 88, and Lillian, 79, Chumney. Clark, Jeffrey Caley, Jr., 28, and Caley's girlfriend, Tabatha Marie Hazel, 26, are suspected of violently raiding the couple's Strasburg, Ohio home on Jan. 21. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 02:49 AM

Teens Shot at Maryland High School

Two teenagers were shot outside a Maryland high school during a basketball game Wednesday night and the gunmen are still on the loose. Fire and police responded to Frederick High School in the Baltimore-Washington D.C. suburbs at 8:20 p.m. after reports of a double shooting. It took place on school grounds next to the gym while a junior varsity boys basketball game between Frederick and Gov. Thomas Jefferson High School was played inside. Read more...

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Girl Scout Shot Delivering Cookies

Just moments after stepping out of her apartment, a little girl in Indiana was shot in the leg as she went to sell Girl Scout cookies, police said. Sinai Miller, 9, was struck by a drive-by shooter in an Indianapolis residential area as she walked with her two younger sisters. "They walked outside the door and they didn't even get to make it across the lot and then the shots start ringing out," said Mark Chandler, the mother's boyfriend said. Read more...

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Packers Guion Arrested in Florida

Authorities said that Green Bay Packers defensive tackle Letroy Guion had been arrested in Florida on felony charges of drug and firearm possession after a traffic stop turned up three-quarters of a pound of marijuana, a 9mm handgun and a bag containing more than $190,000 in cash. Guion, 27, was arrested during a traffic stop in his hometown of Starke, Florida. Police said that the lineman "became extremely uncooperative and hostile" during the stop and wound up being handcuffed to protect the officers. Read more...

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Mom Charged in Daughter's Overdose

A woman from Dixon is in the Maries County Jail today charged with the murder of her 16-year-old daughter on Christmas Eve of 2014. According to the Maries County Sheriff's office, Starletta L. Blevins-Moore, 49, provided her daughter Kaylynn Moore with a controlled substance and as a result the girl overdosed and died. Online court records indicate that Blevins-Moore is charged with 2nd-degree murder, distribution of controlled substance and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child. Read more...


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February 04, 2015

Arias Retrial Drags On

Nearly two years ago, a crowd in the thousands cheered on the steps of the Maricopa County Courthouse as a jury handed down a first-degree murder conviction for Jodi Arias. That trial lasted five months and was a media circus. The media has been kept from broadcasting the trial live this time around and Judge Sherry Stephens has banned all but still photographs from being released on a daily basis. Neither of those changes has kept the penalty phase retrial from dragging on. This retrial is threatening to last longer than the original trial. Read more...

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Manhunt on For Ohio Killers

The FBI has joined a manhunt for a suspect in the abduction and killings of an elderly Ohio couple who is also believed to have committed armed robberies in three states over the weekend. A spokeswoman says the FBI is offering a $25,000 reward for information about 29-year-old Robert Clark. They are also looking for his companions: 28-year-old Jeffrey Caley Jr. and 26-year-old Tabatha Hazel. Clark has been charged with one count of murder in last month's slayings of 88-year-old Doyle Chumney and 79-year-old Lillian Chumney of Strasburg, a village 20 miles south of Canton. Their remains were found inside their torched car the day after they were reported missing. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 12:20 AM

Man Pleads in 1990s Cold Case

A Phoenix man has pleaded not guilty to murder and other charges in two cold case killings from the early 1990s. Bryan Patrick Miller was arrested Jan. 13 in the 1992 killing of 22-year-old Angela Brosso and the 1993 slaying of 17-year-old Melanie Bernas. Police say recently collected DNA evidence linked the now 42-year-old Miller to the deaths. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 12:19 AM

Suge Knight Taken to Hospital

A sheriff's official says former rap mogul Suge Knight has been taken to a hospital complaining of chest pains after he appeared in court in a murder case. Knight pleaded not guilty earlier to murder, attempted murder and hit-and-run charges during a brief court appearance. Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Officer John Gardner says Knight was taken to a hospital after complaining of chest pains. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 12:18 AM

Bay Area Rapper Shot Dead

A Bay Area rapper whose music has influenced the West Coast hip-hop scene across three decades was gunned down in East Oakland. Dominic Newton, AKA "The Jacka," was shot in the head at 94th Ave. and MacArthur Blvd. Police do not have a suspect. The 37-year-old Pittsburgh, Calif., rapper made his debut in 1999 as part of the group Mob Figaz, whose album "C-Bo's Mob Figaz" reached No. 63 on Billboard's Hip Hop chart. Read more...

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Girl, 11, Scares Off Burglar

Authorities say an 11-year-old girl pointed a shotgun to scare off a man invading her home in the rural Michigan Thumb area. Lapeer County sheriff's Detective Sgt. Jason Parks calls her a "very brave girl" who "held her composure" and helped investigators catch the 53-year-old intruder. She was alone in the North Branch Township home Friday afternoon when the break-in occurred and hid inside a bathroom closet. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 12:17 AM

Drugs Found in Bobbi Kristina's House

A new report claims that Georgia police found drugs inside Bobbi Kristina's townhouse after conducting a second search as she lays in a hospital bed fighting for her life. Bobbi Kristina Brown, 21, remains in a medically induced coma three days after being found unresponsive in her home. A new report is claiming that as Whitney Houston's daughter clings to life by a thread, police allegedly discovered and seized several items from her townhouse during a second search — including drugs. Read more...



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February 03, 2015

Holmes Jury Selection Moving Quickly

The jury selection in the Aurora, Colorado theater shooting case could possibly end a week earlier than expected because the process is going faster than expected. Judge Carlos A. Samour Jr. said the selection is going so well, the first phase of the process could end within a week. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 12:35 AM

Georgia Suspect Nabbed in Mississippi

A Georgia man charged in the deaths of his wife, three of her family members and a friend was arrested at a bus station in Tupelo, Mississippi, authorities said. The suspect, Thomas J. Lee, 26 was arrested after telling a Mississippi pastor that he was having car trouble and needed to get to Opelika, Alabama, Woodruff said. The pastor helped get Lee a bus ticket, but called police later when he realized authorities were searching for him. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 12:33 AM

Missing Mom's Remains Identified

Remains discovered last week on a beach north of Boston have been identified as a Massachusetts mother missing since November. Jaimee Mendez, 25, of Swampscott, vanished Nov. 6 after calling friends and saying she was with a man in Lynn and wanted to leave. When her friends arrived, she was gone. Swampscott and Lynn are adjoining suburbs of Boston. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 12:33 AM

Etan Patz's Mom Testifies

The mother of a 6-year-old boy who vanished on his way to school 35 years ago testified Monday that he was trusting but also scared of being lost or alone. Julie Patz recounted her time living in Manhattan's SoHo neighborhood when her son, Etan, was little. Etan disappeared on May 25, 1979 - the first time he walked to school alone. Julie Patz cried when talking about how she felt in the hours after she learned Etan was missing. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 12:32 AM

Suge Knight's Bail Revoked

Suge Knight might want to get comfortable in jail. The cigar-chomping former rap impresario, newly charged with murder, attempted murder and hit-and-run, had his $2.2 million bail revoked Monday, authorities said. Homicide detectives with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department petitioned the county bail commissioner early Monday for the change, Sheriff's Department spokeswoman Nicole Nishida said. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 12:32 AM

Warran Sapp Arrested in Phoenix

Authorities say former NFL lineman and Hall of Famer Warren Sapp has been arrested on suspicion of soliciting a prostitute and assault. Phoenix police say the 42-year-old Sapp was taken into custody at a downtown hotel. He was booked into jail on two counts of assault and charges of soliciting prostitution. A woman told officers that she and another woman were working as escorts and an argument over money in a guest's room turned physical. Both women suffered minor injuries. Read more...


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February 02, 2015

McStay Suspect Wants Speedy Trial

The man accused of killing a California family of four whose bodies were found in the Mojave Desert has asked to represent himself in hopes of speeding up the legal process. Charles "Chase" Merritt has been charged with the murders of the Joseph McStay family. Robert Ponce, who was acting as Merritt's attorney, said the accused killer believes that he has only six to eight months to live. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 12:14 AM

Suspect Sought After 5 Killed

Authorities say they are searching for a "person of interest" after five people were found slain inside a home in west Georgia. Investigators are looking for 26-year-old Thomas Jesse Lee, who may be driving an olive green Mazda Tribute. Sheriff James Woodruff said four were family members. The fifth was a friend who recently moved into the home. The victims were identified as William Burton, 69; Shiela Burton, 68; Christie Lee, approximately 33; Tiaonna Green, 18; and Bailey Burton, 16. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 12:14 AM

Etan Patz Murder Trial Begins

More than three decades after the disappearance of Etan Patz, the man accused in the 1979 murder of the 6-year-old boy is now on trial. Etan Patz murder suspect in court, A standing-room only crowd packed the Manhattan courtroom as opening statements began in the trial of Pedro Hernandez, a man who worked in a nearby bodega at the time and confessed to killing the boy many years later. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 12:12 AM

Assault Victim in Critical Condition

One man is facing assault charges after deputies say he severely beat a man. Terrance Ward, 23, has been charged with 2nd degree assault and battery. Investigators say they witnessed Ward striking the victim in the upper body with his fist. The victim was transported to Richland Memorial with severe injuries. Investigators say he is in critical condition. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 12:10 AM

Charges Dropped Against Detroit Cop

At the prosecutor's request, a judge dismissed the last charge against a Detroit police officer who fatally shot a 7-year-old girl during a raid. The judge said she's willing to be the "scapegoat" if critics don't like the result. Two trials against Officer Joseph Weekley ended without verdicts on a charge of reckless use of a gun. During the second trial, Judge Cynthia Gray Hathaway dismissed the most serious charge, involuntary manslaughter, saying there was insufficient evidence. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 12:10 AM

Zamboni Driver Gets DUI

Police arrested a Zamboni driver at a North Dakota ice rink after spectators at a girls high school hockey game blew the whistle on his alleged erratic resurfacing of the ice surface. The spectators called police, who arrested Steven James Anderson, 27, for suspicion of DUI. Anderson was operating the Zamboni during a Davies High School girls hockey game at the South Sports Arena in Fargo. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 12:09 AM

Whitney's Daughter in Coma

Bobbi Kristina Brown, daughter of the late singer Whitney Houston, was in a medically induced coma after being found unresponsive in a bathtub at her home outside Atlanta. Police in Roswell, Georgia, said Brown's husband, Nick Gordon, and a friend found her face-down in the tub and started CPR. When police officers arrived on the scene in response to a 911 call at 10:25 a.m., they started life-saving measures until emergency medical services personnel arrived and transported Brown to North Fulton Hospital in Roswell. Read more...



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