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Tuscaloosa Police Identify Suspect in Murder Case

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Judge denies man's request to set aside murder conviction

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Judge lowers $2-million bail for Suge Knight's fiancee on charges she sold murder trial evidence to TMZ

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West Hartford man charged with killing kitten, shooting pet rat with BB gun

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DeLand man who shot son convicted of attempted manslaughter

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Woman charged with murder in deadly 2016 DUI crash

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Attorneys trade barbs in opening of NECC pharmacist’s murder trial

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Tuscaloosa Police Identify Suspect in Murder Case
Capital Murder warrants were issued for the arrest of 19 year old Lorenzo Polke. Captain Kip Hart with the Tuscaloosa County Metro Homicide Unit believes Polke killed 37 year old Bobby Lee Herrod. Hart says investigators got valuable information from the public and from the stores video surveillance system. “We need help from the community and we got help from them to find him   Read More ...
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No new trial for convicted murderer of teen
DOVER — Convicted murderer Tristan Wolusky will not be granted a new trial after a judge at Strafford County Superior Court on Tuesday denied his lawyer’s motion to set aside the verdict. Wolusky, of Rochester, was convicted of first-degree murder in the killing of Madbury teen Aaron Wilkinson in 2015 after a jury found that he and two co-conspirators, Michael Tatum and Zachary Pinette, used knives and a machete to stab Wilkinson to death outside Paul Carroll’s home on June 21, 2014   Read More ...
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Illinois court to issue ruling in Drew Peterson murder case
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — The Illinois Supreme Court is scheduled to rule on whether former Chicago-area police officer Drew Peterson was properly convicted of murder in the death of his third wife. The court announced it would release its opinion Thursday on Peterson's appeal of his 2012 conviction in the death of Kathleen Savio. He claims the use of hearsay testimony at his trial violated his constitutional right to confront his accusers   Read More ...
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Schuette faces hurdles in Lyon’s manslaughter case
A high-stakes legal drama will unfold Thursday in a Flint courtroom as the state begins the unprecedented prosecution of its top health official for involuntary manslaughter, the most serious criminal accusation to emerge from the city’s tainted water crisis. The office of Attorney General Bill Schuette has charged Michigan Health and Human Services Director Nick Lyon with killing a Genesee Township man by deliberately failing to warn the public about an outbreak of the deadly Legionnairess’ disease, an alert that might have saved his life   Read More ...
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Murder charge in Alsip shooting: A 'robbery that went wrong'
A Carpentersville man fatally shot a 76-year-old man and wounded a 43-year-old man in what is believed to have been a robbery attempt "that went wrong," Alsip police said Wednesday night. Brian Garcia, 33, is charged with murder and attempted murder in the killing of Mohamed Salhia, of Orland Park, and the shooting of the younger man about 1 p.m. Tuesday at Ray's Towing and Recovery, 4340 W   Read More ...
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Ohio Supreme Court rules appeals court had jurisdiction to reinstate murder conviction of ex-Akron police captain Douglas Prade
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- The Ohio Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled that an appeals court had the proper jurisdiction to reinstate the 1998 murder conviction of former Akron Police Capt. Douglas Prade. The state's high court ruled in a 5-1 opinion that the Ninth District Court of Appeals was legally allowed to hear arguments over a county judge's 2012 decision that briefly exonerated Prade   Read More ...
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Testimony Begins In Hartford Murder Trial
Anthony Pernell claims he accidentally shot Lilliana Restreppo in the head, killing her, inside his bedroom as the two struggled over a .38-caliber revolver. The 30-year-old Wethersfield woman, Pernell told police, was upset over losing a child to the state Department of Children and Families and, after she and Pernell smoked PCP, tried to shoot herself in the head. Restreppo suffered a fatal gunshot wound to the forehead and was declared dead inside Pernell’s family’s apartment at 48 Congress St   Read More ...
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Christine Mustafa: Missing Mom’s Body Dumped In Phoenix Landfill, Cops Believe — Boyfriend Faces Murder Charge
Christine Mustafa, a 34-year-old Phoenix, Arizona, mom was last seen on May 10, leaving the Walgreen’s drugstore where she worked, at about 1:30 in the afternoon. Now, more than four months later, police have come to the conclusion that the woman’s body was thrown away as if it were trash by her former boyfriend, 37-year-old Robert Interval. The cops are preparing to search for Mustafa’s body in a landfill early next month, according to a report by KNXV TV News in Phoenix   Read More ...
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CHA chief's son charged with murder in Indianapolis
The son of the Chicago Housing Authority CEO was charged Wednesday in a homicide in Indianapolis, according to authorities. Eugene Jones, 18, has been charged with murder and robbery in the killing Sunday of 18-year-old Deante Williams, authorities said. Jones is the son of CHA CEO Eugene Jones Jr., who oversees the city’s public housing, according to a statement released by the agency   Read More ...
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Psychiatrist: Naperville woman thought 2 kids were possessed, said 'black shadow' told her to kill them
A Naperville woman was in a psychotic state and said she heard a shadowy voice urging her to kill her young son and another child before she stabbed them to death, a noted forensic psychiatrist testified Wednesday at the woman's murder trial. Elzbieta Plackowska was out of touch with reality on Oct. 30, 2012, when she killed her son, Justin 7, and Olivia Dworakowski, 5, believing them possessed by the devil, said Dr   Read More ...
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Man arrested in slaying of man holding 3-week-old grandson
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (AP) — A judge in Ohio has set bond at $1 million for a man accused of fatally shooting the father of his 3-week-old grandson while the father held the child. Bond for 61-year-old Louis Littlejohn was set at a hearing Wednesday. The shooting occurred Monday night during a domestic dispute in Youngstown. Twenty-seven-year-old Charles Pargo died at the scene   Read More ...
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N.C. woman charged with attempted capital murder of a police officer after high-speed chase ends in Henrico
A North Carolina woman has been charged in connection with a shooting in which a Virginia State Police trooper was shot in the arm after a car chase that ended in Henrico County late Tuesday. State police have charged Karisa Shyanne Daniels, 23, of Durham, N.C., with attempted capital murder of a police officer and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony   Read More ...
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Chicago Heights man accused of fatally shooting teen is denied bail
Bail was denied Wednesday to a Chicago Heights man accused of shooting to death a teenager over the weekend. Sherman Martin, 42, appeared in Markham bond court on one count of first degree murder. Prosecutors allege Martin shot Tyrone Anthony, 17, also of Chicago Heights, near his home on Saturday. Police said Anthony's body was found lying in the southwest corner of 15th Street and Wallace Street   Read More ...
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Man arrested in slaying of man holding 3-week-old grandson
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (AP) — A judge in Ohio has set bond at $1 million for a man accused of fatally shooting the father of his 3-week-old grandson while the father held the child. Bond for 61-year-old Louis Littlejohn was set at a hearing Wednesday. The shooting occurred Monday night during a domestic dispute in Youngstown. Twenty-seven-year-old Charles Pargo died at the scene   Read More ...
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Judge denies man's request to set aside murder conviction
Tristan Wolusky was sentenced in 2015 to life in prison. DOVER, N.H. — A judge has denied Tristan Wolusky's request to set aside his first-degree murder conviction and grant him a new trial in a 2014 stabbing death. Wolusky, of Rochester, who is serving a life sentence, was convicted in 2015 of killing 18-year-old Aaron Wilkinson during a robbery in Madbury   Read More ...
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Judge lowers $2-million bail for Suge Knight's fiancee on charges she sold murder trial evidence to TMZ
A Los Angeles County judge decided to sharply reduce the $2-million bail keeping Marion “Suge” Knight’s fiancee jailed on charges that she violated a court order by selling a key video in Knight’s murder trial to the gossip website TMZ. Toi-Lin Kelly, 36, was arrested this month after a grand jury indicted her on charges of conspiring to violate a court order, obstruct justice and commit grand theft, prosecutors said   Read More ...
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Murder charges reinstated in 2013 Alexandria stabbing
ALEXANDRIA, Minn. — A 30-year-old Alexandria man who had second-degree murder charges dismissed against him three years ago is back in court facing the same charges.   Read More ...
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Murder charges reinstated in 2013 Alexandria stabbing
ALEXANDRIA, Minn. — A 30-year-old Alexandria man who had second-degree murder charges dismissed against him three years ago is back in court facing the same charges.   Read More ...
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Stranger corrals child as gunfire erupts during attempted murder-suicide
READING, Ohio — A full day after a horrific murder-suicide near a school in Reading, the violent images haunt the small community. That stranger's name is Michael Long, who told us he was on his way to get a haircut when he observed an escalating tension on the street. April Hancock was shot and gravely wounded, her former boyfriend, Jomar Harris, fatally turned the gun on himself Tuesday night   Read More ...
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The Latest: White man facing murder charges on suicide watch
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — The Latest on the arrest of a 23-year-old white man accused of killing two black men in Baton Rouge (all times local): A 23-year-old white man accused of killing two black men in Baton Rouge was placed on suicide watch at the jail where he is being held on first-degree murder charges. Kenneth Gleason had a brief court hearing Wednesday and was ordered held without bond   Read More ...
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The Latest: White man facing murder charges on suicide watch
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Jo Davies County woman charged with murder in case of child's death
Police in Jo Daviess County say a woman has been arrested and charged with the murder of a child. Elizabeth Roen, 27, of Elizabeth, has been charged with first degree murder. Roen was arrested today in connection with the death of infant Tripp Luebke. The investigation into this case was conducted by the Elizabeth Police Department, the Northwest Illinois Critical Incident Response Team (CIRT), the FBI and the Jo Daviess County State’s Attorney Office   Read More ...
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Robert Durst of ‘The Jinx’ sees murder trial delayed six months
New York real estate scion Robert Durst agreed to a major delay in his Los Angeles murder case Wednesday after his Houston-based lawyer said Hurricane Harvey swamped his firm. Durst's preliminary hearing in the December 2000 slaying of his best friend, Susan Berman, is now set for April 16, 2018. The hearing was supposed to be held next month. "Yeah, I'm good with it, sir," Durst said in a raspy but loud voice when asked by Los Angeles County Judge Mark Windham if he accepted the extra six-month wait   Read More ...
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Jury convicts Upstate man of murder; victim's body never found
WOODRUFF, SC (FOX Carolina) - As jury deliberations begin in the trial for a Spartanburg County man accused of murder, the question remains of where is Jermaine West. On May 23, 2016, investigators said they believe 29-year-old West was shot and killed outside a home on Woodruff Street. Marcus Todd, the suspect in the case, was arrested after authorities said he was seen dragging West into a black 2000 Chevrolet Tahoe   Read More ...
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Zach Adams' defense team rests, closing arguments to begin Thursday
DECATUR COUNTY, TN (WMC) - As the trial continues on, defense attorneys have shifted the focus away from Zach Adams, the man on trial for killing Tennessee nursing student Holly Bobo in 2011. John Walker, a senior inspector for the U.S. Marshals, was first to testify Wednesday. Walker said he discovered Holly Bobo's notebook near the area where her lunchbox was found   Read More ...
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Elyria man charged with killing his ex-girlfriend
ELYRIA, Ohio - A Lorain County grand jury handed up an indictment against an Elyria man accused of killing his ex-girlfriend. Roy Owens Jr., 56, is charged with one count of aggravated murder, two counts of murder, two counts of felonious assault, one count of tampering with evidence and one count of abuse of a corpse, according to court records. Owens beat and stabbed Linnea Satterfield before he placed her in his trunk, police said   Read More ...
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Detroit man charged with killing niece
A Detroit man has been formally charged in the shooting death of his 42-year-old niece, the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office announced Wednesday. Ira C. Ellis, 57, was charged with killing Katherine Grimes, also a Detroit resident around 10:35 a.m. Sept. 15 at a home in the 15800 block of Winthrop. Investigators say Ellis shot his niece multiple times with a handgun   Read More ...
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Accused killer David Dooley asks for attainable bond
FLORENCE, Ky. — After having his murder conviction thrown out, David Dooley’s bond request is a million-dollar question for the judge, since that’s how much he’s being held on. “I think the court could set a bond at $100,000 cash or property. I think that would be appropriate, if the court didn’t see fit just to release Mr. Dooley outright,” Dooley attorney Jeff Lawson said   Read More ...
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West Hartford man charged with killing kitten, shooting pet rat with BB gun
WEST HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — A West Hartford man is facing several charges after police say he killed a kitten as well as a pet rat, and severely injured another kitten with a BB gun Wednesday morning. Just before 10:25 a.m., West Hartford police responded to an apartment on Sky View Drive on a report that a man had just killed two kittens inside the apartment   Read More ...
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DeLand man who shot son convicted of attempted manslaughter
Tony Holt @TonyCrimeWriter Jurors convicted a DeLand man Wednesday of attempted manslaughter for shooting and injuring his son 18 months ago at his home on Holly Boulevard. It took jurors a little more than an hour to reach their verdict against Grady Edmondson Sr., 60, according to the State Attorney's Office. Jurors opted to convict Edmondson on a lesser charge instead of the more severe charge of attempted second-degree murder   Read More ...
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Man sentenced to life in prison for murder of teen in Anniston
A man is facing murder charges after the shooting death of an Oxford teenager. Calhoun County District Attorney Brian McVeigh confirms Jerald Bailey was charged with murder, after the shooting of 17-year-old Broderick Taylor II. Bailey has been sentenced to life in prison for the murder. Authorities say Taylor was shot late one Friday night following a fight on West 15th Street, and that they searched all night long for a suspect   Read More ...
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Former Hugo Boss Model Sentenced for Murdering Reality Star Loredana Nesci: ‘You Gutted Her Like a Farm Animal’
The boyfriend of Sundance TV reality star Loredana Nesci was sentenced to 16 years to life in prison on Tuesday after being found guilty Friday of second-degree murder. Robert Reagan, 53, was found guilty of fatally stabbing Nesci, 47, in her Redondo Beach, California, home in 2015. Nesci was a former police officer who became a lawyer, and her home life and legal career was the focus of the reality series Loredana, Esq   Read More ...
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Hartford Jury Convicts Woman Of Manslaughter In Death Of Boyfriend
A Superior Court jury has convicted an East Hartford woman of manslaughter in the stabbing death of her boyfriend a year and a half ago in East Hartford. Samantha Wheeler, 29, faces up to 20 years in prison when she is sentenced Dec. 1 by Hartford Superior Court Judge David P. Gold. The jury of three women and three men returned its verdict Tuesday afternoon after about a day of deliberation   Read More ...
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Another woman testifies: 'B---- is dead' voice belonged to accused killer
JERSEY CITY -- The woman who brought police to the Jersey City home where Marilyn Albizu was found strangled testified today she is certain it was Albizu's accused killer who answered the dead woman's phone and said "Ain't no need to call this phone. That bitch is dead!" Tenyel Manning said she was "100 percent certain" the voice was Nathan Williams III, 36, who is on trial for the June 17, 2014 murder of the 33-year-old mother of one of his children in the Old Bergen Road apartment they shared   Read More ...
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Woman charged with murder in deadly 2016 DUI crash
A 42-year-old Birmingham woman has been arrested and charged with murder for her role in deadly 2016 traffic crash in Dora. Rebecca Ann Watson was booked into the Jefferson County Jail Wednesday morning. She is charged in last year's death of 56-year-old Tammy Gail Marie Bernard. The crash happened about 9 p.m. on May 23, 2016. Jefferson County sheriff's deputies, as well as West Jefferson and Bagley firefighters, responded that night to a report of a single-vehicle accident in the 5900 block of Snowville-Brent Road in western Jefferson County   Read More ...
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Jury deliberations begin in Upstate murder trial; man's body never found
WOODRUFF, SC (FOX Carolina) - As jury deliberations begin in the trial for a Spartanburg County man accused of murder, the question remains of where is Jermaine West. On May 23, 2016, investigators said they believe 29-year-old West was shot and killed outside a home on Woodruff Street. Marcus Todd, the suspect in the case, was arrested after authorities said he was seen dragging West into a black 2000 Chevrolet Tahoe   Read More ...
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Coroner identifies couple in Hamilton murder-suicide
HAMILTON, Ohio — A Hamilton couple found dead inside their home Tuesday have been identified as John and Donna Witters, according to the Butler county coroner. The coroner said Donna Witters, 75, died after she was shot in the head. The cause of her death was ruled a homicide. Officials said her husband John Witters, 72, died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head   Read More ...
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British adventurer murdered while kayaking on Amazon after posting about danger: 'Found 50 guys in motor boats with arrows!'
A 43-year-old British adventurer was murdered while attempting to kayak the length of the Amazon after posting on social media how treacherous the journey was. Emma Kelty's body has not been found, but a teenager confessed to being one of seven people who took part in the slaying. The head of the Amazonas state police homicide division said three suspects are in custody   Read More ...
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Suspect Arrested in the Cold-Case Kidnapping, Rape and Killing of Mass. Teacher’s Assistant
A Massachusetts man has been arrested in connection with the kidnapping, rape and killing of 24-year-old Lisa Ziegert, more than two decades after her death. Gary Schara, 48, was arrested Saturday in Stafford Springs, Connecticut, after authorities searched his home and located DNA evidence that matched samples from the cold-case investigation, Hampden County, Massachusetts, District Attorney Anthony Gulluni said at a news conference on Monday   Read More ...
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