April 22, 2015

Reward Increased in Cold Case

A year after a mother and her teenage daughter were murdered in their Kentucky home, a reward for information leading to an arrest in the case has been raised to $50,000. Kathy Netherland, a 48-year-old special education teacher at an elementary school, and her 16-year-old daughter Samantha - a high school sophomore - were found slain in their Botland home on April 22. Investigators say the two were killed around 8 p.m. the night before. Their causes of death have not been released and no arrests have been made. Read more...

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Slain Husband Buried in Manure

A western New York woman was arrested for killing her husband of 30 years after state police found his body buried in a manure pile on his farm, police said. Charlene Mess, 48, was charged with second-degree murder, just hours after authorities unearthed her husband, Douglas Mess, Officer Victor Morales told the Daily News. Douglas Mess' son reported the 52-year-old Wyoming County man missing Sunday night after he did not report to work, state police said. Read more...

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1 Wounded in Kia Plant Shooting

A shooting inside the Kia Motors auto manufacturing plant in West Point, Ga. left one person wounded and another in custody after armed officers swarmed the site. The massive plant is on 2,200 acres near the Georgia-Alabama state line. The shooting victim was flown by helicopter to a hospital in nearby Columbus, said Sgt. Stewart Smith of the Troup County Sheriff's Office. He said a lone suspect had been arrested. Read more...

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Gang Rape Teen Back in Jail

A teenaged girl accused of collaborating with four others in the brutal 2013 sexual assault of a Florida 16-year-old returned to jail for violating the terms of her pre-trial release, according to authorities in Broward County. Photos of Erica Avery, 17, and messages to the alleged victim in Hollywood, north of Miami, surfaced on social media sites, a breach of the requirement that Avery stay off the Internet in the $100,000 bond that had allowed her to go home last month. Read more...

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Bourbon Workers Charged in Thefts

A crew of thirsty thieves stole more than $100,000 in bourbon whiskey from two Kentucky distilleries, prosecutors said. Nine people including three distillery workers were indicted Tuesday for their parts in an eight-year heist. Over the years, the stealing ring lifted tens of thousands of dollars' worth of whiskey in barrels and in bottles from Buffalo Trace and Wild Turkey, including cases of the exclusive Pappy Van Winkle, and sold it on the black market. Read more...

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Bikini Grandma Busted for DUI

A grandmother wearing only an itsy-bitsy bikini was arrested for alleged drunken driving after she plowed into the back of a stopped car with her 10-year-old grandson in her vehicle, police said. Patricia Ebel, 49, failed several field sobriety tests by the side of a Naples, Fla., road and was arrested at the scene, Collier County Sheriff's deputies said. Her black BMW appeared to be totaled after she slammed into the rear of a car stopped at a traffic light. See photo...



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April 21, 2015

Craigslist Killer Had Other Targets

A Georgia man accused of luring a retired couple to their deaths by answering their Craigslist ad for an antique car also targeted other victims by using a throw-away cell phone, court papers revealed. Ronnie "Jay" Towns bought a pay-as-you-go cell phone to contact Bud and June Runion, who were found shot to death in Telfair County, after they drove from their Marietta home to purchase a 1966 Mustang Towns claimed to have for sale. Read more...

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Boyfriend Shoots Pregnant Woman

A Raleigh man shot and killed his pregnant girlfriend, who was able to call 911 with her dying breaths, likely saving the life of her unborn, 6-month-old baby, police said. Kimberly Dianne Richardson, 25, was able to muster the strength to alert police and medical personnel to the darkened lot behind a mall where she'd been left for dead by 25-year-old boyfriend Daniel Joseph Steele, authorities said. Read more...

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AC/DC Drummer Pleads Guilty

AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd has pleaded guilty in New Zealand to drug possession and threatening to kill an ex-employee. The 60-year-old rocker admitted as part of the plea he offered an associate the choice of a car, motorcycle, $153,000 or a house to have the victim "taken out." Rudd then called the former employee and threatened him on the phone. "I'm going to come over and kill you," Rudd said. Read more...

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Newborn Killer Gets Life

A Utah woman who pleaded guilty to killing six of her newborn babies and hiding their bodies in her garage was sentenced to up to life in prison in a case that drew national attention and sent shockwaves through her quiet community. Judge Darold McDade handed down the term for Megan Huntsman, who told police she was too addicted to methamphetamine to care for more children. Huntsman, 40, pleaded guilty to six counts of murder in February. She said in court papers she wanted to take responsibility in the deaths. Read more...

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Woman Found Stabbed to Death

Authorities are investigating after a 42-year-old Arlington, Virginia woman was found stabbed to death in her home. Arlington County police found the body of Bonnie Black after they were called to the home when a passerby spotted Black's pajama-clad 5-year-old daughter and 3-year-old son in the yard. Court records indicate Black was nearing the end of a divorce with the father of the children. Police said they had been called to the home previously for reported domestic violence and were exploring whether that was connected to Black's death. Read more...

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Michael Brown Memorial Tree Chopped

A memorial tree for Michael Brown, the unarmed 18-year-old black man who was killed last summer by a white police officer in Ferguson, Mo., was found cut in half less than 24 hours after it was dedicated. The tree was dedicated by the Black Caucus of the American Library Association as a "symbol of peace, comfort and hope," but was found vandalized just hours later. A stone that was placed at the memorial was also missing. Read more...


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April 20, 2015

3 Shot at Delaware State

Authorities are investigating two shootings at Delaware State University and are trying to locate the shooter that injured three people at the university-sanctioned cook-out for the historically black college's Greek organizations. First responders rushed the three as-yet-unidentified victims to Kent General Hospital, where they're in stable condition, according to Williams. DSU campus police continue to investigate the incident with assistance from the Dover Police Department, Delaware State Police and other agencies, and no arrests had been made. Read more...

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Girlfriend Tries to Bite Penis Off

An Oklahoma man says he nearly lost his penis when he woke to find his girlfriend trying to bite it off. A night of drinking and arguing led to the painful arousal when the victim said he found Amber Ellis "biting his (penis) off" as he slept on the couch. He told Tulsa police he fought the 31-year-old off but in the process she hit him in the head with a laptop computer. Their earlier argument was over his accusing her of being too needy, he said. Read more...

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ID Thief Used 74 Aliases

A Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputy arrested Cathryn Parker, 72, last month when she allegedly stated the wrong name during a traffic stop. But, when detectives based in the force's Lancaster station investigated further, they discovered Parker, also known as "Katherine Gonsalves" and "Jan," has employed about 74 different aliases in identity theft crimes committed over the past four years. Read more...

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Final FAMU Hazing Trial Scheduled

Three years have passed since the brutal beating death of a Florida A&M University drum major exposed a culture of hazing within the school's band. The final three former band members charged with manslaughter and felony hazing in the death of Robert Champion will go on trial Monday. Champion, 26, of Decatur, Georgia, died after being attacked on the band's bus in November 2011 after a football game where the highly-regarded Marching 100 had performed. Read more...

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Gator Player Arrested for Robbery

A University of Florida redshirt freshman football player faces charges after a robbery at a Gainesville apartment. Gainesville Police say Jerald Christopher "J.C." Jackson of Immokalee entered an acquaintance's apartment Saturday with two men. Police say Jackson left but the others stayed. One allegedly pulled out a gun, and police say they took two video game consoles and $382 from the apartment's three residents. Read more...

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Student Charged in Roommate's Murder

A Virginia college student was charged with first-degree murder and abduction Saturday after his roommate was found dead. Grace Rebecca Mann, 20, was found unconscious in a Fredericksburg, Va., house by two female roommates. Another roommate, University of Mary Washington student Steven Vander Briel, has been charged with first-degree murder and abduction in Mann's death. One of the roommates performed CPR and Mann was taken to the hospital, where she later died. Read more...

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Man Charged in 'Suspicious' Death

A Cincinnati man was arrested and charged with murder in connection with the "suspicious" death of 58-year-old woman in Fairfield, according to police. Michael Jason Miller, 29, of Cincinnati was arrested and charged with murder in the death of 58-year-old Carol Boyd. He was booked into Butler County jail. Boyd was found dead in her home on Woodridge Boulevard. Read more...




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April 17, 2015

Deputy Shot in Ambush

A Louisiana sheriff's deputy was shot three times in an "ambush" as the officer directed traffic in a school zone, officials in St. Charles Parish said. Cpl. Burt Hazeltine, 36, was taken to a hospital in New Orleans some 30 miles away after gunfire broke out around 9 a.m. along U.S. 90 at Louisiana St. in Paradis, La., Sheriff Greg Champagne said. The suspect is in custody, police said. Read more...

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Police Chief Indicted for Misdemeanor

A one-time Georgia police chief who stepped down after he paralyzed his sleeping ex-wife in an early New Year's Day shooting has been indicted on a charge stemming from the incident. A grand jury slapped William McCollom with a misdemeanor reckless conduct charge after he blasted 58-year-old Margaret (Maggie) McCollom with his service weapon. He turned himself in to the Fayette County Sheriff's Office. Read more...

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Grandma Convicted of Killing Husband

A 73-year-old grandmother from Northern California has been convicted of murder in the shooting death of her third husband - three decades after being acquitted of killing her second husband. A Placerville jury took less than two hours to return a guilty verdict against Colleen Ann Harris. Seventy-two-year-old Robert Harris was found dead from a shotgun blast at the couple's home in 2013. Read more...

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Durst Wants Seized Money Back

Lawyers for jailed millionaire Robert Durst say he wants back more than $161,000 in cash confiscated by New Orleans police. Durst got the money legally and it is neither needed for evidence nor subject to forfeiture, his attorneys claimed. Authorities found more than $44,000 in Durst's room at the J.W. Marriott hotel in New Orleans. After his arrest, they intercepted a package containing $117,000 that was sent to the hotel for Everette Ward the name Durst used to register at the hotel. Read more...

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Teacher Choked, Punched and Kicked

An irate mom and her teenage niece were arrested after choking, punching and kicking a teacher inside a middle school in Hempstead, L.I., officials said. Annika McKenzie, 34, allegedly ambushed a veteran math teacher at Alverta B. Gray Schultz Middle School on Wednesday after claiming the instructor "put her hands on" on McKenzie's 12-year-old daughter that day, Hempstead Village police said. McKenzie reportedly walked past a security checkpoint and confronted Catherine Engelhardt, a 22-year veteran of the Hempstead School District, outside her classroom. Read more...

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Teacher Sells Drugs to Narcs

A Florida elementary school teacher has been charged with drug dealing after undercover police officers say she sold them prescription pills and LSD. Cheryl Heineman, 45, and her 20-year-old drug cohort Jack Lindsey are accused of selling narcotics including Xanax, meth, oxycodone and hydrocodone in a series of transactions with plainclothes drug agents, authorities said. Heineman is a third-grade teacher at Central Avenue Elementary School in St. Cloud. Read more...



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April 16, 2015

Slender Man Suspect Wants Treatment

The attorney for a 12-year-old Wisconsin girl who is charged with stabbing a classmate to appease the fictional character Slender Man wants a judge to reduce her bail and allow her to be treated for psychotic disorders at a residential treatment center. Attorney Anthony Cotton wants Morgan Geyser's bail reduced to from $500,000 to a signature bond. Read more...

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Cardiologist Tried to Kill Rival

Instead of being a life saver, Long Island Dr. Anthony Moschetto was described by authorities as a "monster" who sought to rub out a rival Nassau County heart physician. He was accused of bartering prescription pills and semiautomatic guns in the shocking murder-for-hire plot thwarted by undercover cops. "He wanted to put him out of business so he could get his business," said Nassau County prosecutor Anne Donnelly, explaining that Moschetto's hatred for the doctor stemmed from a "professional dispute." Read more...

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Sons Challenge Murder-Suicide Ruling

The sons of a prominent New Jersey couple, including a health care executive, say a prosecutor botched the investigation of their parents' deaths by trying to make the evidence justify his theory that their father killed their mother, then himself. Mark Sheridan sent an open letter to the Somerset County Prosecutor's Office laying out why he and his three brothers fault its finding on the deaths of John and Joyce Sheridan. Read more...

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Woman Busted in High-End Thefts

A woman stole more than $100,000 worth of women's clothing and merchandise, which she was selling out of her nearly $1 million home in a Kansas City suburb, authorities allege. Kelli Jo Bauer, 45, was arrested earlier this month after officers intrigued by a Facebook post advertising the private sale of more than 1,000 pieces of "high-end" women's clothing went undercover to her $900,000 home in an upscale Overland Park development. Read more...

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Mom Blows Off Fatal Crash

An Arizona woman being arrested for a car crash that killed a 5-year-old child had two words to say when informed that the boy had died: "s---t happens." Those callous words were recorded by Glendale police officers while booking 24-year-old Aaronessa Keaton behind bars Monday for charges including manslaughter for last year's collision. Court documents show that the Phoenix woman, who gave birth to a premature baby girl via C-section shortly after the Feb. 28, 2014 crash, was found with marijuana and sedatives in her system. Read more...

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Cop Arrested on Federal Drug Charges

A Northern California cop betrayed his profession to keep a drug-dealing relative a step ahead of the law, authorities say. The Yuba City officer and his family member were part of a cocaine trafficking operation, according to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Officer Harminder Phagura was arrested with the relative after federal agents raided three locations in Yuba City and nearby Roseville allegedly linked to the pair. Read more...



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April 15, 2015

Hernandez Guilty of Murder

Former Florida Gator and New England Patriots star tight end Aaron Hernandez has been found guilty of the first-degree murder Odin Lloyd, the boyfriend of his fiancee's sister. The Massachusetts jury returned the guilty verdict in the seventh day of deliberations. Read more...

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Trial Date Set for Drew Peterson

A trial date has been set for convicted killer Drew Peterson on charges connected with him trying to hire a fellow inmate to kill the prosecutor who was in charge of his murder trial. Circuit Judge Richard Brown set July 6 for the start of the trial. Read more...

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Jury Seated in Theater Trial

In what was probably the most massive selection process in history, a jury has been seated in the Colorado theater shooting trial. A panel of 12 jurors and 12 alternates will hear evidence in the trial of James Holmes. Read more...

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Missouri Executes 1998 Killer

A Missouri inmate was executed Tuesday night for killing a man in a fit of rage over child support payments 16 years ago. Andre Cole, 52, became the third convicted killer put to death this year in Missouri. His fate was sealed after the U.S. Supreme Court turned down several appeals, including one claiming Cole was mentally ill and unfit for execution. Read more...

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Cheating Teachers Get Jail Time

All but one of 10 former Atlanta public school educators were sentenced to jail time in a widespread conspiracy to inflate student scores on the state's standardized tests, and the judge called the case "the sickest thing that's ever happened in this town." Fulton County Superior Court Judge Jerry Baxter had delayed sentencing by a day and encouraged all to negotiate deal with prosecutors. But only two agreed to deals. Read more...

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Teen Killed After Home Invasion

A violent rape and home invasion involving three thugs ended in a 17-year-old being shot to death after taking his victim hostage to a neighbor's home for more money, authorities in Alabama said. The frightening attack around 3 a.m. in Gadsden, approximately 60 miles north of Birmingham, saw three males kick in a sleeping 38-year-old woman's front door before ransacking the place. Read more...

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Oregon Fugitive Killed in Dallas

A man suspected of murdering two family members in Portland, Ore. was shot and killed by police Tuesday night in a suburb of Dallas, Texas. Colby Robinson, a 26-year-old Dallas resident, was recognized by an employee at a 7/11 store in DeSoto. The clerk knew his face because police had shown his picture in the store just moments before Robinson walked in. The clerk wrote down Robinson's licence plate number and reported him. Read more...

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College Shooting Fugitive Arrested

The student-turned-gunman accused of killing a school employee at North Carolina's Wayne Community College was arrested on a Florida beach as investigators announced the Monday shooting could be categorized a hate crime. Officers caught up with Kenneth Morgan Stancil III in Daytona Beach. Police said the tattooed 20-year-old shot and killed print shop operator and his former manager Ron Lane as Lane arrived at work on campus. Co-workers said Lane was gay, but police did not say if his sexual orientation played a part in the possible hate crime. Read more...

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Oregon Inmate Flashes Judge

An Oregon inmate dropped his pants and flashed a judge during an in-camera appearance, authorities said. Dustin Irons, 26, was due for a status conference on an assault case when he suddenly unleashed his lewd surprise and insulted the judge with an off-color remark. The unamused judge slapped him with an additional 30 days in jail for criminal contempt. Read more...


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April 14, 2015

Arias Gets Life, No Parole

Jodi Arias has finally been sentenced. Judge Sherry Stephens has handed the killer, convicted on May 8, 2013, the maximum penalty allowed after two juries failed to reach a decision on a possible death penalty. Judge Stephens sentenced Arias to life in prison without the possibility of parole for the 2008 murder of her boyfriend Travis Alexander. Read more...

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Suge Knight Witness Clams Up

The star witness in Suge Knight's murder case testified he was "extremely mad" but not packing heat when he punched the music mogul during a deadly confrontation at a burger stand in January. Cle (Bone) Sloan was subpoenaed by prosecutors and quickly turned into a hostile witness, saying he wasn't a "snitch" and had almost no memory of the incident that ended with Knight running him and local businessman Terry Carter over with a Ford Raptor truck. Read more...

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Husband Sought in Beating Death

A murder warrant has been issued for the husband of a Dunkin' Donuts worker found beaten to death at a Maryland store. When a customer walked into an empty Dunkin' Donuts/Baskin-Robbins, across from a high-trafficked casino and mall in Hanover, Md., the shop was empty at 10:51 p.m. and the customer called 911. A responding officer found 21-year-old Palak Patel lying dead in the kitchen, Anne Arundel County Police said. Bhadreshkumar Chetanbhai Patel, 24, who is still at large, has been charged with first- and second-degree murder, first- and second-degree assault, and dangerous weapon with intent to injure Read more...

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Former Student Wanted in Shooting

A campus employee was killed after a shooting on the campus of Wayne County Community College in Goldsboro, N.C., and police are searching for a former student they've identified as a person of interest, officials said. The person of interest is Kenneth Stancil, a former student. He said Stancil is believed to have known the victim, who CBS affiliate WRAL identified as long-time campus print technician Ron Lane. Read more...

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DMX Says He's 'Special to God'

Bad boy rapper DMX claims a fan's robbery accusations are proof he's doing God's work. "The harder the devil works to destroy me it means I'm special to God," the entertainer said. A 21-year-old man told Newark cops the "Get at Me Dog" rapper snatched $3,200 from him at an Exxon gas station while a bodyguard flashed a gun, authorities said. Read more...

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Bar Patron Sets Bouncer on Fire

A badly burnt bouncer from Florida is fighting for his life as police search for the man who set him on fire outside a Port St. Lucie watering hole. The incident occurred after the patron was tossed out of Neely's Grog House on Bayshore Blvd., police said. The staff refused to accept a personal check from Ivan Louis Rodriguez, 45, because he wrote checks in recent weeks that bounced, police said. Read more...

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Thieves Steal Empty ATM

The thieves used a chain attached to a Jeep Cherokee to yank open a gas station convenience store's doors at 2 a.m. in Warren, Mich., and then haul off the ATM inside, Warren City Police said. But cops were quick to point out the pilfered ATM was likely empty. Surveillance video caught the entire incident. Watch video...

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Man, Teen Girlfriend Kill Her Mom

A 20-year-old man and a 13-year-old girl are facing murder charges after the sheriff says they planned and murdered the teen's mother. Lenoir County Sheriff Ronnie Ingram says 20-year-old Roderick Wyche and a 13-year-old girl are both charged with murder and conspiracy to commit murder. Sheriff Ingram says the two met at the library in La Grange a few weeks ago and started a relationship. The girl's mother who is the murder victim, 33-year-old Wanda Dethlefsen, opposed the relationship and told her daughter not to be with Wyche. Read more...



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April 13, 2015

Remains Identified as Missing Teen

The search for missing Virginia college student Anjelica Hadsell has reached a grim end. Human remains found behind an abandoned home have been identified as the Longwood University freshman who had been missing since last month, police announced. The tragic news comes one day after a search by authorities in waist-high grass near the North Carolina border recovered the remains. They were more than 50 miles away from where Hadsell was last seen on March 2. Read more...

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Video Shows Deadly Walmart Brawl

Police in Arizona released dashboard camera video Friday of a deadly altercation last month between police and members of what's described as a "Christian family band." It happened in a Walmart parking lot on March 21 in Cottonwood, a small town in northeast Arizona. Officers responded after an employee called to complain that someone from the family had assaulted her. Cottonwood Police Chief Jody Fanning said that when four Cottonwood officers arrived to talk to the Gaver family, they were attacked with punches and threats by the father and five sons. Read more...

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Immigration Scammer Enters Plea

A woman tied the knot 10 times in an immigration scam and is still listed as married to four of the men, including one who was deported because of threats against the United States, prosecutors said. In a case unearthed by the Department of Homeland Security, Liana Barrientos pleaded not guilty in the Bronx to two counts of filing a false instrument -- an application and license for her 2010 marriage to Salle Keita, an immigrant from Mali. Read more...

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'American Guns' Reality Star Arrested

Richard Wyatt, a gun store owner and former star of the reality TV show "American Guns," has turned himself in on an arrest warrant for theft. Wyatt, whose Wheat Ridge, Colorado gun store Gunsmoke Guns served as a setting for "American Guns," turned himself in, one day after an arrest warrant was issued for theft from an at risk adult. In 2013, a person had consigned "a rare and antique gun collection" with Wyatt, the police reported, and "repeated efforts by the victim at recovering several of the weapons had failed." Read more...

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'Teacher of Year' Busted for Cocaine

A former nominee for teacher of the year faces drug charges in Massachusetts. Investigators discovered cocaine and drug paraphernalia inside the Haverhill apartment 27-year-old Amanda Roche shares with a man. The 4th-grade teacher at Pentucket Lake Elementary School was charged with possession and intent to distribute cocaine and possession of prescription, authorities said. Read more...

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Rapper Nelly Arrested on Drug Charges

Rapper and reality TV star Nelly is facing felony drug charges after being arrested in Tennessee. Tennessee Highway Patrol said that Nelly, whose real name is Cornell Haynes, was pulled over because the bus he was riding in failed to display a U.S. Department of Transportation and International Fuel Tax Association sticker. According to the release troopers smelled marijuana when they reached the bus. When troopers searched the bus, they found five rocks that tested positive for meth, as well as a small amount of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Read more...

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Mom Leaves Quadriplegic Son in Woods

A Philadelphia mom is in custody at a Maryland hospital after she allegedly ditched her disabled son in a wooded area inside a local park before skipping town to visit her boyfriend. A passerby in Cobbs Creek Park discovered the 21-year-old man, a nonverbal quadriplegic who also has cerebral palsy, lying near an empty wheelchair with a Bible on his chest after he was abandoned for five days without any provisions. The mother, 41-year-old Nyia Parler, was arrested overnight in Silver Spring, Md. Read more...


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April 10, 2015

Texas Executes Cop Killer

Texas prison officials executed a man convicted in the slaying of a Dallas-area police officer during a 2002 shootout that followed the killing of a customer outside a convenience store. Kent Sprouse, 42, became the fifth convicted killer put to death this year in Texas, the nation's most active death penalty state. Before his execution, Sprouse apologized to the families of his victims and his own family "for all the trouble I've caused everyone." Read more...

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Cameraman Banned From Hernandez Trial

Jurors have completed deliberations for a third day in the murder trial of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez, on a day when the judge banned a Boston TV cameraman for following jurors to their parking spots. Superior Court Judge Susan Garsh banned Robert Cusanelli of WHDH-TV from the courthouse. He acknowledged on questioning from a lawyer for the station that he decided to find out where the jurors were parking. He said he didn't talk to them or take their pictures. Read more...

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Women Get Prison for Hate Crimes

Two women who were part of a group that repeatedly searched Mississippi's capital city for black people to assault were sentenced to multiple years in federal prison. U.S. District Judge Henry T. Wingate on Thursday sentenced Shelbie Brooke Richards of Pearl to eight years in prison on one count each of conspiracy to commit a hate crime and concealing the crime by lying to police. In a separate hearing, Wingate also sentenced Sarah Adelia Graves of Crystal Springs to five years in prison for one count of conspiracy to commit a hate crime. Read more...

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Census Bureau Guard Killed

Police say a man who kidnapped a woman in a domestic dispute later shot a guard at the U.S. Census Bureau headquarters in Maryland before leading police on a chase into Washington, D.C., which ended with the suspect and an officer wounded. A Prince George's Hospital Center spokeswoman said that Lawrence Buckner, 59, died after being brought to the hospital. District Police Chief Cathy Lanier said the string of incidents began with a report of an armed kidnapping in the area of T Street Northeast. Read more...

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Man Charged in Suitcase Murder

A New Castle man told a relative he was responsible for the death of Kirsten Sidwell and that he placed her body in a pond, court documents indicate. Anthony Emerson Dailey, 37, was charged with murder in the 22-year-old New Castle woman's death. Her remains were found April 2, partially in a suitcase that had been submerged in Province Pond, at a state wildlife area along U.S. 36 between Sulphur Springs and Mount Summit. Read more...




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April 09, 2015

Tsarnaev Guilty on All Counts

To the surprise of no one, a jury of seven women and five men found Dzhokhar Tsarnaev guilty of all charges in connection with the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing. The same jury will now decide whether or not he will face the death penalty. Read more...

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Pam Smart Accomplice Up for Parole

A second man who helped kill Pamela Smart's husband in a case that inspired sensational media coverage is up for parole in New Hampshire. Patrick Randall held a knife to Gregory Smart's throat in May 1990 as Billy Flynn, who was Pamela Smart's teenage lover, shot him in the head. Flynn was paroled last month; Smart is serving life without parole after being convicted of plotting the murder. Randall was 16 when Gregory Smart was killed. Now 41, he's been at a halfway house and faces the parole board on Thursday in Concord. If successful, Randall would be released after June 4. Read more...

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Hernandez Jury Asks About Weapons

Jurors deliberating in the murder trial of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez asked for clarification on weapon and ammunition possession charges he faces. Judge Susan Garsh brought the 12-member jury into the courtroom after receiving two questions about the possession charges. Hernandez is charged with illegally possessing a .45-caliber handgun and .22-caliber ammunition. Read more...

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Suge Knight Fires Attorney

A judge gave former rap music mogul Marion "Suge" Knight time to hire a new attorney in a robbery case filed after a celebrity photographer accused Knight and comedian Katt Williams of taking her camera last year. In a separate case, Knight has been charged with murder in a deadly hit-and-run. The Death Row Records co-founder appeared in a Los Angeles courtroom chained to a wheelchair. He complained to Judge Ronald Coen, saying he could walk. Knight fell at his previous court hearing and has been taken from courthouses four times for medical conditions since he was charged with murder in early February. Read more...

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South Carolina Chicken Killer Arrested

Clarendon County deputies have arrested a man they have charged with killing over 300,000 chickens. James Laverne Lowery was arrested Tuesday night, twelve warrants were issued for his arrest stemming from the deliberate killings of over 300,000 chickens. "He hurt farmers in this county who work every day to feed their families that had no ax to grind with him, but yet he punished them as well," said Sheriff Randy Garrett. Read more...


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April 08, 2015

Jury Gets Boston Bombing Case

A federal jury of seven women and five men began deliberations in the case of admitted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. The jury must reach verdicts in 30 different charges, 17 of which could qualify Tsarnaev for the death penalty if he is found guilty. Read more...

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S.C. Cop Charged With Murder

A white cop in South Carolina was charged with murder on Tuesday after a cell phone video revealed he shot a fleeing black man in the back and then tried to frame the victim for a fake attack. The Mayor of North Charleston announced the charges against officer Michael Slager after a witness turned over the disturbing footage to authorities. Read more...

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Woman Charged in Mother's Death

A Muncie woman has been charged with reckless homicide in the drug-related death of her mother. Amanda Kay Pratt, 31, was charged last week with a Level 5 felony, carrying up to six years in prison. The charging document filed by the Delaware County prosecutor's office alleges Pratt "did recklessly kill another human being" Penny K. Kerr, who died at age 54 on Feb. 7. Read more...

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Fugitive Murder Suspect Captured

A 30-year-old Washington state murder suspect believed to be in Oregon was arrested by US Marshals in Siskiyou County in northern California. Song Wang was taken into custody without incident, Bellevue, Washington police confirmed to KOIN. The 30-year-old was booked just after midnight on a fugitive arrest warrant. Read more...

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'Tombstone' Stunt Results in Arrest

A Florida man who accidentally shot and killed his sister while reenacting a Western movie at her birthday party has been charged with manslaughter, police said. Eric Stayton was booked into jail Friday, nearly seven months after his gun-twirling routine, modeled after a barroom showdown in the 1993 flick "Tombstone," led to the death of 39-year-old Renee Chaires. Stayton, 50, told deputies the shooting was an accident and was later released after posting bail. Read more...

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Cops Beat Pregnant Woman

A Texas woman alleges she was punched and beaten, while nine months pregnant, by Hunt County Sheriff's deputies. Deanna Robinson, 38, said she was handcuffed when a deputy repeatedly punched her in the back as he and a colleague shoved her against a countertop, causing extensive pain and bruising, she said. The woman has posted video online showing a portion of the incident from early last month. Watch video...

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Boy Shot by Home Invaders

A sleeping 8-year-old boy who police say was shot in the head when a stranger opened fire in his house was listed in critical but stable condition as police asked for the public's help in finding the gunman. Detectives also were seeking a motive for the late Sunday night attack that sprayed bullets through a wall into the bedroom of Los Angeles' Del Rey neighborhood near Venice Beach. Read more...

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Teacher, Wife Arrested for Heroin

Two people were arrested in Thomasville NC and face multiple drug charges including possession of heroin. According to Thomasville police, officers responded to a call concerning a larceny of cash that occurred at 103 Carrington Lane. During the investigation, officers conducted a search of the residence. As a result of the investigation, William Alan Duffer, 40, and Amanda White Duffer, 37, were arrested and charged with possession of heroin, possession with the intent to manufacture/sell/deliver a schedule IV controlled substance, possession with the intent to manufacture/sell/deliver a schedule II controlled substance, felony maintaining a dwelling and possession of drug paraphernalia. Read more...




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April 07, 2015

Man Arrested in 2004 Cold Case

A 32-year-old Southern California man has been arrested in the 2004 strangulation and sexual assault of a Reno preschool teacher in her home. Police said that Francisco Merino-Ojeda of Santa Ana was extradited and booked into jail in Reno in the death of Kyla Annan, 28. Merino-Ojeda, a landscaper, is accused of killing her 10 days after breaking into her home and being scared off by her boyfriend. She was found dead on her bed Sept. 23, 2004. Read more...

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Arias Sentencing Will Be Televised

A judge will permit live video coverage of convicted murderer Jodi Arias' sentencing April 13. But Maricopa County Superior Court spokeswoman Karen Arra said in an email Monday that some footage could be excluded because some witnesses may not want to be photographed. Judge Sherry Stephens will decide whether Arias will spend the rest of her life in prison for killing her lover or be eligible for possible release after serving 25 years. Read more...

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Suge Knight's Jail Appeal Denied

Suge Knight's emergency appeal of his jail restrictions has been shot down. The California Court of Appeal denied a writ his lawyer filed last week, online records show. Knight, 49, is being held "virtually incommunicado" on a murder charge after authorities won a sealed protective order curtailing his contact with the outside world, his lawyer, Matthew Fletcher. The founder of Death Row Records is not allowed to use the phone or receive visits from family members or expert witnesses working on his case, Fletcher said. Read more...

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Human Remains Found in Duffle Bag

A Massachusetts man facing charges in connection with the discovery of human body parts inside a discarded duffel bag was ordered held on $1 million at his arraignment. Carlos Colina, 32, pleaded not guilty in Cambridge District Court to charges of being an accessory after the fact to assault and battery causing serious bodily injury and improper disposal of a body. Remains, including a torso and limbs, first were found in a discarded duffel bag outside a Biogen building. Read more...

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Missing Girl's Family Frustrated

The frustrated family of an 18-year-old college student missing for more than a month said it feels like police are "doing nothing" and wished police would communicate more on the case. Anjelica "AJ" Hadsell's grandmother Katherine Hadsell told ABC News she wants the police to "give us more insight into what they're actually doing, because to us it seems like they're doing nothing." The freshman at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia, has been missing since March 2 and her father is currently in jail after he broke into a house when taking the investigation into his own hands. Read more...

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Suspect Arrested in Double Murder

Police said that that they made an arrest in a deadly shooting at a Petersburg motel that left two dead. A police spokesperson said officers found 39-year-old William Thurston III and 35-year-old Kimberly Eledge shot to death after being called to the Loyalty Inn just before 11:30 p.m. Two days later, they arrested 23-year-old Marcus Harmon. The suspect has been charged with first-degree murder charges and several firearm violations, including possession of gun as a convicted felon. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 12:44 AM

Road Rage Gunman Arrested

Police said they have arrested a known gang member who is considered the prime suspect in a "road rage" shooting last month that sent a woman to the hospital. Dietrich Evans, 22, was taken into custody at his apartment in the 5300 block of Aldine Bender, officials said. He is charged with aggravated assault for his role in a March 20 shooting along the North Freeway near Richey. The victim, Kay Hafford, 28, was able to identify Evans as her assailant, authorities said. Read more...


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April 06, 2015

Man Robbed by Rapper DMX?

Police are investigating reports that the rapper DMX robbed a man at a Newark gas station. A 21-year-old man told Newark cops that DMX and the rapper's entourage fleeced him for $3,200 worth of cash at an Exxon station just after midnight, according to Newark Police spokesman Ronald Glover. The victim told police that the conflict began after he recognized the rap star at the filling station on Highway 21 and the two began to talk about music. During the conversation, a member of the rapper's entourage pulled out a gun, and demanded the victim's money, the man told police. Read more...

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Boston Bombing Trial Nears End

Closing arguments begin in the trial of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings, leading up to jury deliberations almost certain to result in a conviction for Tsarnaev, who has admitted his role. Tsarnaev's lawyers, whose goal is to spare Tsarnaev, 21, from the death penalty, called only four witnesses last week. They sought to portray Tsarnaev as a puppet of his older brother, Tamerlan, who they say masterminded the April 15, 2013 attack. Read more...

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Escaped Killer Captured

Police in Chicago have arrested a convicted murderer who escaped from an eastern Illinois jail and spent nearly three days on the run. Chicago police officers arrested Kamron T. Taylor after a foot chase. Taylor was found with a handgun. The Chicago Police Department says Taylor will be held on a gun charge until he is turned over to the Kankakee County Sheriff's Office. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 02:50 AM

5 Shot in Northwest Indianapolis

Five people, including three kids under 10 years old, were seriously injured in a shooting in northwest Indianapolis. The shots rang out at approximately 9:30 p.m. on the 5000 block of Wildflower Court. All five of the victims were in serious condition. An infant and two children, ages 4 and 6, were rushed to Riley Hospital for Children, and two related adult women, one age 24 and another in her 40s or 50s, are receiving treatment at Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital. One of the children was wounded three times by the gunfire. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 02:46 AM

Suspects Rams 2 Police Cars

A man who allegedly fled the scene after hospitalizing a woman in a domestic violence incident rammed through two police cruisers before the California Highway Patrol captured him. Jose Manuel Jara, 40, left a home in La Palma in northern Orange County before La Palma police officers arrived to investigate the report of domestic abuse at roughly 9:20 p.m. . A female victim had suffered "serious injuries" and authorities transported her to a hospital in the area, police said. Read more...


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April 03, 2015

Erin Corwin Expected Marriage Proposal

A Marine wife, who thought she was pregnant with another Marine's child, was expecting her lover to propose marriage on the day she was killed and dumped down an abandoned mine shaft in the desert. Read more...

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Man Kills Roommate, Rapes Corpse

A twisted killer with "no glimmer of humanity" was convicted of murder for slaughtering his roommate and having sex with her corpse. Bryan Santana, 20, was living out a sickening fantasy in October when he ambushed his 23-year-old victim with a hunting knife in their Orlando apartment, prosecutors said. He killed Shelby Fazio and her pet dog during the sadistic crime. Another roommate managed to escape and call 911 after Santana pepper-sprayed him in the eyes. Read more...

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Hernandez Prosecution Rests

The prosecution rested in the murder trial of former New England Patriots star tight end Aaron Hernandez after spending more than two months presenting a case that he killed Odin Lloyd, the boyfriend of his fiancee's sister. Hernandez has pleaded not guilty to murder in the June 17, 2013, killing of Lloyd, who was found dead in an industrial park less than a mile from Hernandez's home. At the time, Hernandez had a $40 million contract with the Patriots. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 01:23 AM

Vanilla Ice Takes Theft Plea Deal

Vanilla Ice, whose real name is Robert Van Winkle, accepted a plea deal in Florida that will get rid of grand theft charges filed against him provided he completes community service and pays restitution. The former rapper was arrested in February on charges of grand theft for allegedly stealing a pool heater, bicycles and other belongings from a home that is in forclosure proceedings, according to the Palm Beach Post. Van Winkle has called the incident a "misunderstanding" that occurred while he was renovating a nearby house. Read more...

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Man Victim of Another Craiglist Murder

A 21-year-old woman charged in the stabbing death of a lawyer at a boutique Washington hotel told police she intended to rob the man but stabbed him in his room when he tried to prevent her from leaving. Jamyra Gallmon of Washington was arrested Wednesday and charged with first-degree murder while armed. She was ordered held during a court hearing Thursday and a preliminary hearing was set for April 10. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 01:21 AM

Anthony Ray Hinton Set for Release

An inmate who spent nearly 30 years on death row will go free after prosecutors told a court there is not enough evidence to link him to the 1985 murders he was convicted of committing. Judge Laura Petro dismissed the case against Anthony Ray Hinton. The district attorney's office told the judge that their forensic experts couldn't determine if six crime scene bullets -- which were the crux of the evidence against Hinton at an expected retrial -- came from a gun investigators took from his home. Read more...

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Robert Durst Hearing Postponed

A Louisiana judge postponed a court hearing for millionaire murder suspect Robert Durst after FBI agents failed to show up. Magistrate Judge Harry Cantrell agreed to the one-week delay after Durst's lawyer accused prosecutors of playing "hide the ball." "We needed more time ... to make sure our employees are well-prepared to take the stand," said Assistant U.S. Attorney Duane Evans, who admitted that the government instructed the agents to ignore the defense subpoenas. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 01:19 AM

Stanford Grad Student Poisoned Classmates

A Singaporean Stanford graduate student studying cancer biology was arrested and charged with poisoning her research classmates with a potent chemical that causes burning sensations in the mouth and throat, authorities say. Xiangyu Ouyang, 26, has been banned from the Stanford University campus in Palo Alto after students and police caught on to the bizarre incidents late last year, documents show. Read more...


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April 02, 2015

Cheating Atlanta Teachers Jailed

Eleven former Atlanta public school educators were convicted Wednesday of racketeering for their role in a wide-ranging conspiracy to inflate scores on students' standardized tests. Only one teacher was acquitted of all charges (pictured). The 11 convicted represented teachers, testing coordinators and other administrators who were accused of participating in the conspiracy dating to 2005, motivated by pressure to meet federal and local standards to receive bonuses or keep their jobs in the Atlanta Public Schools district of about 50,000 students. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 03:09 AM

Female Jailer, Escapee Caught

A convicted felon and the female jailer who allegedly helped him break out were caught by U.S. Marshals on Wednesday after 19 days on the run and nearly 1,700 miles away in North Bend, Ore. Wesley E. Brown III had been on the lam with Lake Region Correctional Center guard Rachel Chepulis, 26, since she helped him escape the Devils Lake, N.D. jail before midnight on March 13, according to the U.S. Marshals Service. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 03:07 AM

Teen With Donated Heart Dies

He promised to change his misguided ways if he got a new heart, but evidently troubled Anthony Stokes was unable to make good on those vows. The Georgia teen died after a botched home invasion, crashing a stolen car and ending the troubled life that was extended back in 2013, when he got a controversial heart transplant. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 03:06 AM

Teen Rapist Charged With Murder

Three weeks before a 17-year-old raped a woman during a juvenile detention field trip to an Oregon Ducks game in Eugene last year, he allegedly stabbed his neighbor to death. The case's prosecutor had suspected Jaimie Tinoco's rape and kidnapping of the 39-year-old woman on the University of Oregon campus followed other serious crimes, but until this week it wasn't clear what. The teen reportedly confessed to Nicole Laube's death shortly after a judge sentenced the teen to 14 years behind bars in a hearing where Tinoco struggled to conceal a smirk throughout the victim's testimony. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 03:05 AM

Inmate Attacks Guard, Escapes

An armed inmate escaped from an Illinois jail after attacking a guard, stealing his uniform and fleeing in his car, police said. The 23-year-old fugitive, Kamron Taylor, who was recently convicted of murder, attacked the correctional officer at Jerome Combs Detention Center about 3 a.m., taking the keys to his SUV, the Kankakee County Sheriff's Office said. Taylor is considered armed and dangerous, police said. He was about to be sentenced when he made a break for it. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 03:04 AM

Landfill Searched for Missing Woman

Police are searching a landfill for a missing Jacksonville woman who may have been murdered. Brittany Foote, 22, was last seen on March 17 when she moved back in with her boyfriend, family members said. They suspect the boyfriend may know more about the disappearance. He's currently in jail being held on a weapons charge, but is not facing any charges related to Foote's disappearance. Read more...



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April 01, 2015

Truck Driver Arrested in Cold Case

A 61-year-old Wisconsin truck driver has been charged with first-degree murder in the 1990 death of Berit Beck, a case authorities called a "bold stranger abduction." Dennis J. Brantner was linked to the case through fingerprints found on items in Beck's van and other evidence. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 03:20 AM

Defense Rests in Bombing Trial

Lawyers for Boston Marathon bomber Dzkokhar Tsarnaev rested their case in his federal death penalty trial after presenting a brief case aimed at showing his late older brother was the mastermind of the 2013 terror attack. The defense admitted during opening statements that Tsarnaev participated in the bombings. But Tsarnaev's lawyer said he was a troubled 19-year-old who had fallen under the influence of his radicalized brother, Tamerlan, 26. Closing arguments are schedule April 6. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 03:17 AM

Rape Victim Dies Hours Before Trial

A 10-year-old Ohio girl preparing to face a man accused of raping her was killed in a early morning house fire just hours before the trial was set to begin, authorities said. Authorities have delayed the rape trial of 47-year-old Robert Seman after the little girl and her grandparents died in the 3:40 a.m. blaze in Youngstown, Ohio. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 03:16 AM

Man Sentenced for Stealing Dying Woman's Ring

A Kansas man who stole the wedding ring off of an unconscious mom's finger as she lay dying in a Taco Bell drive-thru will spend more than 11 years behind bars. Daquantrius Johnson will serve the 136-month sentence on top of other prison terms for crimes he committed in 2013. The 21-year-old will be locked up for more than 20 years altogether. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 03:15 AM

Obama Commutes 22 Prison Sentences

Following an administration-wide commitment to reform sentencing guidelines for non-violent drug offenders, President Obama commuted prison time for 22 people convicted of federal drug crimes, many of whom faced decades to life behind bars. The nearly two dozen offenders had been found guilty on a range of drug charges including intent to distribute cocaine and marijuana, and possession of methamphetamine. All but one will be freed from prison on July 28. Read more...


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