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Court documents provide gruesome details about mother confessing to killing 2 boys in Wilmington

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Man indicted on murder, rape charges in death of Muslim teen in Virginia

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25 Indicted For Allegedly Stealing From Home Stores

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Judge won't dismiss perjury charge against Charles Todd Henderson

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Police Officer Charged With Stealing Bank Robbery Money

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Boyfriend indicted on murder charges in death of Wilde Lake teacher

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Madison County mail carrier indicted, accused of feeding dogs meatballs with nails

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Pakistan court delays indictment of ex-PM Sharif after clash
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Police Officer Charged With Stealing Bank Robbery Money
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