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Surviving suspect in 'Bonnie and Clyde' crime team due in Birmingham court next month

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Surviving suspect in 'Bonnie and Clyde' crime team due in Birmingham court next month


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Man who left 11 dilapidated RVs on Portland streets convicted of crimes

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Man who left 11 dilapidated RVs on Portland streets convicted of crimes


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Accused cop-killer halts jury selection in New Orleans by rubbing feces on his face

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Accused cop-killer halts jury selection in New Orleans by rubbing feces on his face


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Tex McIver murder trial delayed until March

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Tex McIver murder trial delayed until March


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Teen faces murder charges in stabbing deaths of two younger siblings, ages 5 and 7

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Teen faces murder charges in stabbing deaths of two younger siblings, ages 5 and 7


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Providence police arrest 4 in check fraud scheme

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Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court upholds 1999 first-degree murder conviction of former Ware resident Enez Kolenovic

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Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court upholds 1999 first-degree murder conviction of former Ware resident Enez Kolenovic


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Violent crime victims struggle to get restitution
Once robbed by a teenager, an Alabaster man feels victimized again. He hasn't seen a dime of the thousands of dollars ordered in restitution. "He put the gun to her head and said give me the keys," Donald English says as he recalls the horrifying night he and his wife faced an armed 14-year-old. They were working late cleaning the parking lot of a Bessemer Waffle House   Read More ...
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'Most Wanted' suspect in 2002 murder of California girl, 15, killed in Mexico
Investigators say a fugitive gang member on a federal most-wanted list suspected in the 2002 kidnapping and slaying of a teenage girl in Southern California has been killed in Mexico. Los Angeles County sheriff's officials say detectives had been tracking George Barraza and hoped to extradite him to the U.S. for prosecution in the death of 15-year-old Brenda Sierra. The Los Angeles Times reported Tuesday that officials recently learned Barraza died in the Mexican state of Sinaloa   Read More ...
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Ex-Oklahoma cop in murder trial: 'It was either him or me'
TULSA, Okla. (AP) - A white former Oklahoma police officer on trial for the fourth time in the 2014 killing of his daughter's black boyfriend told jurors Wednesday he had no choice but to shoot the young man. Former Tulsa officer Shannon Kepler, 57, was the last witness called in the case. He doesn't deny that he shot Jeremey Lake, but he said he did so because he believed Lake was armed   Read More ...
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Ex-Oklahoma cop in murder trial: 'It was either him or me'
TULSA, Okla. (AP) — A white former Oklahoma police officer on trial for the fourth time in the 2014 killing of his daughter's black boyfriend told jurors Wednesday he had no choice but to shoot the young man. Former Tulsa officer Shannon Kepler was the last witness called in the case. He doesn't deny that he shot 19-year-old Jeremey Lake, but he said he did so because he believed Lake was armed   Read More ...
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Vikings 'high level' of play equal parts offense, defense
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Ex-Oklahoma cop in murder trial: 'It was either him or me'
TULSA, Okla. – A white former Oklahoma police officer on trial for the fourth time in the 2014 killing of his daughter's black boyfriend told jurors Wednesday he had no choice but to shoot the young man. Former Tulsa officer Shannon Kepler, 57, was the last witness called in the case. He doesn't deny that he shot 19-year-old Jeremey Lake, but he said he did so because he believed Lake was armed   Read More ...
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Case dropped against man tried on hair evidence 32 years ago
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – Prosecutors on Wednesday dismissed charges against a man who spent three decades in prison for a rape conviction even though the victim described her attacker as a man without any facial hair and he had a beard. George Perrot was convicted of raping 78-year-old Mary Prekop in her Springfield home in 1985 based in part on one strand of hair   Read More ...
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Hairdresser who stole from elderly client to buy sperm also snuck drugs into jail: officials
An Elgin hairdresser who admitted stealing from an elderly client to pay for sperm samples is headed to state prison on charges that she brought drugs illegally into the DuPage County jail while serving her sentence. Judge John Kinsella on Wednesday rejected a motion to reconsider the sentence he had imposed on Jenifer Perik, 44. Earlier this month, the judge sentenced Perik to three years in prison following her guilty plea to a count of possession of a controlled substance in a penal institution   Read More ...
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Ambler man charged with stealing FEMA Sandy funds
A Montgomery County man was charged Wednesday in federal court in Camden with using phony documents to collect more than $250,000 in FEMA-backed disaster benefits and insurance payments intended for Hurricane Sandy disaster relief, prosecutors said. Nicholas Ochs, 54, of Ambler, was charged by indictment with one count of disaster benefit fraud, five counts of mail fraud, and one count of theft of government funds   Read More ...
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Town official accused of shoplifting seeks probation program
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut town official accused of shoplifting has applied for a program that would remove the arrest from his record. The Greenwich Time reports (http://bit.ly/2x76u5C) Greenwich Selectman Drew Marzullo applied Tuesday for the state’s accelerated rehabilitation program. The program is a special form of probation that will allow Marzullo to avoid jail and have his record wiped clean if he successfully completes the program   Read More ...
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Vigil Held For Murdered Chicago State University Student
26-year-old Simone McKay was found shot to death on the front porch of her Rosemoor home over the weekend. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports.   Read More ...
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Surviving suspect in 'Bonnie and Clyde' crime team due in Birmingham court next month
Brittany Nicole Harper, 32, was sentenced this week to 20 years in prison after pleading no contest to robbery, home invasion and other charges in the Florida Panhandle. Authorities say Harper was involved in crimes that span four states. The shooting followed a massive manhunt that started in Escambia County and ended in Santa Rosa County. There was a car chase, then a foot chase, and another car chase   Read More ...
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Seekonk police investigating Santander robbery
SEEKONK, Mass. (WPRI) – Seekonk police are looking for a man who they say robbed the Santander Bank on Central Avenue Wednesday morning. Police say a man with a dark complexion walked into the bank just after 9 a.m. and handed a note to the tellers, claiming he had a weapon and demanded money. He was last seen running out of the bank towards Baker’s Corners and Newman Avenue   Read More ...
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Ainsworth woman accused of stealing from school booster group
WASHINGTON, Iowa (KCRG-TV9) -- Police accuse a southeast Iowa woman of stealing money from an elementary school booster organization. 32-year-old Ashlee Snakenberg of Ainsworth is facing a charge of first degree theft, a class C felony. The Washington School District reported the theft from the Stewart Boosters earlier this month. Police have not released how much money was involved in the incident or any other details   Read More ...
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Accused cop-killer halts jury selection in New Orleans by rubbing feces on his face
NEW ORLEANS -- Jury selection was halted Wednesday afternoon for a man charged with killing a New Orleans police officer after the defendant rubbed feces on his face, head and mouth in the courtroom, according to two law enforcement sources. Travis Boys, 35, has pleaded not guilty and not guilty by reason of insanity to the charge that he murdered NOPD Officer Daryle Holloway during an escape from custody on June 20, 2015   Read More ...
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Officers shoot 3 in stolen car after confrontation
NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (AP) — Police in Virginia have shot and killed one person and wounded two others inside a pickup truck after authorities said the occupants displayed a gun and drove toward the officers. Police in Hampton said in a statement Wednesday that the officers were following a stolen vehicle Tuesday night before it stopped at a convenience store. Five people were in the car   Read More ...
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Man who left 11 dilapidated RVs on Portland streets convicted of crimes
A Portland man's plan to help rid the city of some problematic eyesores -- and make some money doing it -- ended with a jury finding him guilty of 13 misdemeanor crimes and a judge convicting him of 22 state and city code violations. John Phillip Maher had acquired a slew of decades-old RVs to get them off the street and salvage the metal from them, he testified during a four-day trial last week   Read More ...
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man convicted of 2014 Sauk County bank robbery
Julian Thomas, 41, was found guilty of armed bank robbery and brandishing a firearm during a crime of violence after a jury deliberated for 10 hours. The U.S. Attorney's Office said that the evidence showed that Thomas and James Thompson, 29, also of Madison, robbed People's Community Bank in Plain on Oct. 7, 2014. Thompson, who pleaded guilty about two weeks ago to robbing the bank and to the same gun charge as Thomas, testified that he and Thomas both committed the robbery   Read More ...
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Third man arrested in Lawrence triple shooting, charged with first-degree murder
A third suspect was arrested Wednesday and charged with first- and second-degree murder in the violence in downtown Lawrence Oct. 1 that left three people dead and two injured. Anthony Laron Roberts Jr., 20, of Topeka was taken into custody in Kansas City, Missouri, by U.S. Marshals earlier Wednesday. Roberts was charged in Douglas County with one count of first-degree murder, two counts of second-degree murder, and one count of attempted second-degree murder   Read More ...
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Victim said she had 'inside story' about a disappearance, witness testifies in Robert Durst murder case
Shortly before she was shot to death inside her Benedict Canyon home, Susan Berman told a close female friend she had the “inside story” about the disappearance of the wife of a male friend in New York with whom she was angry and disappointed, according to testimony Wednesday in the murder case of Robert Durst. The witness, Robin Karr-Morse, said Berman never named the male friend she referred to   Read More ...
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Officers shoot 3 in stolen car after confrontation
NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (AP) — Police in Virginia have shot and killed one person and wounded two others inside a pickup truck after authorities said the occupants displayed a gun and drove toward the officers. Police in Hampton said in a statement Wednesday that the officers were following a stolen vehicle Tuesday night before it stopped at a convenience store. Five people were in the car   Read More ...
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Case dropped against man tried on hair evidence 32 years ago
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (AP) — Prosecutors are dismissing charges against a man who spent three decades in prison for a Massachusetts rape conviction based in part on a strand of hair. The Hampden District Attorney's office said in court documents Wednesday that continued prosecution of George Perrot isn't "within the best interests or admiration of justice." Perrot was convicted of raping 78-year-old Mary Prekop in her Springfield home in 1985   Read More ...
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Jurors to weigh fraud charges against ex-HSBC executive
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Man Faces Murder Charge For Encouraging Teenage Friend's Suicide
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) – A judge has ruled an 18-year-old Utah man accused of encouraging a teen friend to hang herself and filming it because he was fascinated with death should stand trial on a murder charge. Judge James Brady in a ruling Tuesday called the case unusual but said Tyerell Przybycien should be tried on allegations that he was deeply involved in 16-year-old Jchandra Brown’s suicide planning   Read More ...
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Police: Burglars take tequila, cash after using hammer to bust into west Little Rock Mexican restaurant
A pair of burglars used a small sledgehammer to break into a Mexican restaurant in west Little Rock before escaping with cash and tequila from inside, authorities said. The break-in at Santo Coyote, 11610 Pleasant Ridge Road, happened shortly after 1 a.m. Monday, according to a Little Rock Police Department report. The business owner, who had reviewed surveillance footage, said the two intruders used the hammer to break through the glass on a patio door   Read More ...
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Accused cop-killer halts jury selection in New Orleans by rubbing feces on his face
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Jury acquits New Mexico man of second-degree murder charge
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Tex McIver murder trial delayed until March
The murder trial of Atlanta attorney Claud “Tex” McIver was delayed Wednesday until March 5, and the judge cleared the way for McIver to leave jail until then. Fulton County Superior Court Judge Robert McBurney late Wednesday set several conditions for McIver’s release. They include a $750,000 bond, of which McIver will only provide $75,000; house arrest at McIver’s Buckhead condo; an ankle monitor; and sharp restrictions on his ability to leave home   Read More ...
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Woman accused of shooting co-worker at Burlington Coat Factory arraigned on murder charge
A woman accused of fatally shooting her co-worker at a store in Taylor was arraigned Wednesday afternoon on a first-degree murder charge. Sandra Waller, 49, of Taylor allegedly shot Lorraine Faison, 49, of Allen Park in the chest during an argument Monday morning at the Burlington store on Eureka Road, officials said. Judge Joseph Slaven of 23rd District Court set bond at $250,000 cash/surety Wednesday, prosecutors said in a news release   Read More ...
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Brevard teen charged with murder in death of boyfriend released
Brevard teen charged with murder in death of boyfriend released WEBVTT SUMMER: THAT LIEUTENANT TODAYARGUED AGAINST HER RELEASE.HOW DID THIS ALL BEGINDAN: IT WAS IN JUNE OF 2015 THATTWO TEENS MADE SUICIDE PACTTHAT FINISHED WITH THE SHOOTINGAT THIS GAS STATION.THAT'S WHERE THE SHOTS WEREFIRED THAT WOUNDED THELIEUTENANT AKILLED THE15-YEAR-OLD BOY, WITH THE PICKUPTHE KIDS WERE DRIVING WINDING UPACROSS THE STREET.LT. CHANNING TAYLOR NOT ONLYBEARS THE PHYSICAL AND MENTALSCARS FROM THE SHOOTOUT IN JUNEOF 2015; HE ACTUALLY CARRIES THEBULLET ITSELF, STILL EMBDEDNEAR HIS SHOULDER   Read More ...
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Case dropped against man tried on hair evidence 32 years ago
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (AP) — Prosecutors are dismissing charges against a man who spent three decades in prison for a Massachusetts rape conviction based in part on a strand of hair. The Hampden District Attorney's office said in court documents Wednesday that continued prosecution of George Perrot isn't "within the best interests or admiration of justice." Perrot was convicted of raping 78-year-old Mary Prekop in her Springfield home in 1985   Read More ...
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Utah man will be tried on murder charge in girl's suicide
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A judge has ruled an 18-year-old Utah man accused of encouraging a teen friend to hang herself and filming it because he was fascinated with death should stand trial on a murder charge. Judge James Brady in a ruling Tuesday called the case unusual but said Tyerell Przybycien should be tried on allegations that he was deeply involved in 16-year-old Jchandra Brown's suicide planning   Read More ...
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Former Menendez staffer contradicts prosecution testimony
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — A former staffer for U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez gave testimony at his bribery trial Wednesday that differed from the prosecution's version of events. Karissa Willhite testified she and other staffers were probing Medicare policy issues and not trying to specifically help a wealthy donor on trial for allegedly bribing the Democrat senator from New Jersey. Prosecutors contend Menendez lobbied on behalf of the donor, Florida eye doctor Salomon Melgen, in exchange for gifts, including free flights on Melgen's private jet and luxury hotel stays in Paris and the Dominican Republic   Read More ...
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Rockford woman wanted in connection with attempted armed robbery
Police are searching for a woman they say attempted to rob a Rockford cafe Monday afternoon. Rockford Police are searching for Jean O’Neil, 53, of Rockford. She is wanted on attempted aggravated robbery charges. Police say officers were called out to Wired Cafe, 414 East State Street, around 1:30 p.m. Monday on a report of an attempted armed robbery. When officers arrived, they learned that a suspect came into the business and gave an employee a note demanding money and claiming she had a weapon   Read More ...
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Teen faces murder charges in stabbing deaths of two younger siblings, ages 5 and 7
COLORADO SPRINGS - 19-year-old Malik Murphy appeared before an El Paso County judge for the first time Wednesday to hear what charges he’s being held on. Murphy looked down when the judge addressed him. His public defender waived the reading of the charges, which is not unusual. The teen is facing two counts of first degree murder, one for each of his two younger siblings   Read More ...
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Town official accused of shoplifting seeks probation program
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut town official accused of shoplifting has applied for a program that would remove the arrest from his record. The Greenwich Time reports Greenwich Selectman Drew Marzullo applied Tuesday for the state's accelerated rehabilitation program. The program is a special form of probation that will allow Marzullo to avoid jail and have his record wiped clean if he successfully completes the program   Read More ...
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2nd teen arrested after 3 fatally shot in Indianapolis
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indianapolis police say they've arrested a second teenager in connection with the robbery and fatal shootings of three men in an Indianapolis apartment. Police say 18-year-old Devante Gilbert was arrested on a warrant for robbery after he surrendered with his attorney Tuesday at police headquarters. He is being held in the Marion County Jail awaiting his initial hearing   Read More ...
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Former Menendez staffer testifies in his defense at trial
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — A former staffer for New Jersey's U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez has given testimony at his bribery trial that differs from the prosecution's version of events. Karissa Willhite testified Wednesday she and other staffers were probing Medicare policy issues and not trying to specifically help a wealthy donor charged with bribing the Democratic senator. Prosecutors contend Menendez lobbied on behalf of the donor, Florida eye doctor Salomon Melgen (MEL'-gehn)   Read More ...
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Former Menendez staffer contradicts prosecution testimony
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — A former staffer for U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez gave testimony at his bribery trial Wednesday that differed from the prosecution's version of events. Karissa Willhite testified she and other staffers were probing Medicare policy issues and not trying to specifically help a wealthy donor on trial for allegedly bribing the Democrat senator from New Jersey. Prosecutors contend Menendez lobbied on behalf of the donor, Florida eye doctor Salomon Melgen, in exchange for gifts, including free flights on Melgen's private jet and luxury hotel stays in Paris and the Dominican Republic   Read More ...
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Coventry Police searching for man using stolen credit cards
COVENTRY, R.I. — The Coventry Police Department is searching for a suspect who they say made multiple fraudulent purchases with stolen credit cards. According to police, the suspect broke into a vehicle in Coventry, stole a wallet with numerous credit cards belonging to the victim and used them in stores across Rhode Island and Massachusetts on Sept. 22. Police say the suspect used the stolen credit cards at Benny’s in East Greenwich, Salk’s Ace Hardware in North Kingstown, Staples and Denali stores in Wakefield, Palumbo Liquors in Walpole and Home Depot in Norwood   Read More ...
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