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Jurors hear vivid details, suspect's own words as Fargo double murder trial begins

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Jurors hear vivid details, suspect's own words as Fargo double murder trial begins

- FARGO — In the first day of a murder trial for two Fargo killings two years ago, jurors heard vivid descriptions of how the victims died in separate, violent incidents allegedly at the hand of a defendant whose own words to police a prosecutor often invoked.

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Alabama man charged with murder, kidnapping in deadly South Carolina crash

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Alabama man charged with murder, kidnapping in deadly South Carolina crash

- A 20-year-old Montgomery man is behind bars in South Carolina on charges of kidnapping and murder following a deadly crash. Horry County police have charged Justin O'Neil Penn of Montgomery with kidnapping and murder. He is being held without bond in the J. Reuben Long Detention Center. Killed in the May 16 crash was Shemeria Smith, a 19-year-old woman who had recently moved to South Carolina from Montgomery

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Tuscaloosa Co. woman pleads guilty to lawn mower blade murders

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Tuscaloosa Co. woman pleads guilty to lawn mower blade murders

- TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — The Tuscaloosa County woman, accused of killing two people with a lawn mower blade, entered a plea Tuesday afternoon. Angel Jones pleaded guilty to two counts of murder and received two life sentences. Tuscaloosa County Metro Homicide said Jones used a lawn mower blade and a knife in the brutal murders. Angel Jones stabbed her boyfriend, Roger Gregg, and his ex-wife, Missy Hutchins, multiple times at Gregg's home in Buhl in May 2015

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Resolution in the works for 17-year-old Utah girl charged in double-fatal crash

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Resolution in the works for 17-year-old Utah girl charged in double-fatal crash

- Ogden • A 17-year-old girl accused of purposely crashing into a car last year and killing its two occupants is working to resolve the case, attorneys said Tuesday. Marilee Patricia Gardner is charged as an adult in Ogden's 2nd District Court with two counts of first-degree felony murder and third-degree felony counts of failure to stop at the command of police and leaving the scene of a fatal accident

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Man accused of killing Dep. Mark Burbridge pleads not guilty

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Man accused of killing Dep. Mark Burbridge pleads not guilty

- Wesley Correa-Carmenaty, 24, plead not guilty to 12 counts and asked for a speedy trial. Related Content He's accused shooting and killing Pottawattamie County Sheriff's Deputy Mark Burbridge. The charges are: First-degree murder of Deputy Mark Burbridge, felony (life in prison) Second-degree kidnapping against Amy Kanger, felony (25 years) Attempted murder against Deputy Pat Morgan, felony (25 years) Attempted murder against Jerry Brittain, felony (25 years) First-degree robbery against Deputy Mark Burbridge and Deputy Pat Morgan, felony (25 years) First-degree robbery against Jerry Brittain, felony (25 years) First-degree robbery against Amy Kanger, felony (25 years) Intimidation with a dangerous weapon against Jerry Brittain and Kelsey Bridges, felony (10 years) Felon in possession of a firearm, felony (5 years) Felon in possession of a firearm, felony (5 years) Escape, felony (5 years) First-degree criminal mischief, felony (10 years) He's scheduled to face a jury on July 25 in Pottawattamie County Court

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Man accused of killing parents, sister enters not guilty plea

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Man accused of killing parents, sister enters not guilty plea

- DES MOINES, Iowa — Chase Nicholson, 21, entered a written plea of not guilty to three counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of 58-year-old Mark Nicholson, 56-year-old Charla Nicholson and 24-year-old Tawni Nicholson. Mark, Charla and Tawni Nicholson were found dead April 6 at a home in the 9700 block of NE 88th Street in Bondurant. Chase Nicholson surrendered to police in Neosho, Missouri, April 7 as a material witness in the case

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Man who admitted setting 2 people on fire faces murder count

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Man who admitted setting 2 people on fire faces murder count

- WHITE MARSH, Md. (AP) — A Maryland man who pleaded guilty to assault after setting two men on fire more than a year ago now faces a murder charge in the case. Baltimore County police say 29-year-old Christopher Harrison Jr. set 25-year-old Shawn Scarinzi and 22-year-old David Campbell on fire after a fight in December 2015. Police say Scarinzi died Monday and Campbell died in January

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JUST IN: Juvenile charged with murder in Walton County crash

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JUST IN: Juvenile charged with murder in Walton County crash

- What was originally thought to be a deadly traffic accident now has a juvenile facing murder and aggravated assault charges, Walton County officials said. Two men were found with multiple gunshot wounds in a car Tuesday afternoon along Clegg Farm Road near Social Circle, Sheriff Joe Chapman said in a news release. Chapman said the men traveled to Walton County from Meriwether County to purchase an item posted on a social media site

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Father of 2 killed in Collegeville fired first shots; slaying ruled justifiable

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Father of 2 killed in Collegeville fired first shots; slaying ruled justifiable

- There will be no charges filed in the slaying of a 25-year-old father of two who shot to death in Birmingham's Collegeville public housing community earlier this month. Lt. Sean Edwards said several witnesses told investigators that Moore shot at the suspect first. A weapon was found on Moore, but witnesses told police he also had another handgun which was removed by a bystander before police arrived on the scene that day

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Police find Nazi items, explosives during murder probe

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Police find Nazi items, explosives during murder probe

- Investigators found white supremacist propaganda, bomb-making materials and a framed photograph of Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh at a Florida apartment where a teenager killed two roommates who had once shared his neo-Nazi beliefs before he converted to Islam, police and the FBI said. Devon Arthurs, 18, led police to the two bodies inside his Tampa apartment last Friday, saying he killed them after they showed disrespect for his new faith, according to police and FBI reports released Monday

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Wilmington Police ask public for help locating attempted murder suspect

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Wilmington Police ask public for help locating attempted murder suspect

- Wilmington Police asked Tuesday for the public's assistance in locating a man wanted on attempted murder charges. According to authorities, Tyrone Brooks, 27, of Wilmington, is wanted on first-degree attempted murder charges in connection to an April 2017 shooting that took place in the area of 27th and Moore streets. Brooks should be considered armed and dangerous. Citizens should not approach him

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Fall River man charged with girlfriend’s murder

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Fall River man charged with girlfriend’s murder

- The Bristol County District Attorney’s Office confirmed Scott Rego, 26, was charged Tuesday with the murder of his girlfriend Kristina Reis, 36. The DA’s office said police responded to 17 Linden Street around 9:18 p.m. Monday and found Reis on the front porch of the home, bleeding from an apparent stab wound. Prosecutors said Reis was rushed to Charlton Memorial Hospital, where she was pronounced dead

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The Latest: Police worker suspended over comment on slaying

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The Latest: Police worker suspended over comment on slaying

- COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — The Latest on the stabbing death of a black student visiting the University of Maryland (all times local): A civilian police employee in Maryland has been suspended over what police call an "extremely insensitive" response to a social media comment about the slaying of a black student visiting the University of Maryland. Anne Arundel County police announced in a statement that Welby Burgone was suspended hours after officials became aware Monday of his Facebook comment that apparently made a joke in response to a post praising the stabbing suspect

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Father who admitted to violently shaking, killing infant son to be sentenced

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Father who admitted to violently shaking, killing infant son to be sentenced

- PORTLAND, Maine () -- A Standish father will be sentenced for the death of his 3-month-old son Tuesday. Eugene Martineau changed his plea to guilty in January for manslaughter; in exchange, the state said it would drop the murder charge he was also facing. Martineau is accused of violently shaking his 3-month-old son Leo to death in October of 2015. Investigators say the baby was brought to Maine Medical Center with multiple injuries, including swelling of the brain, broken ribs and broken ankle and wrist

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Manchester attack | Young, beautiful innocent people murdered by 'evil losers': Donald Trump

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Manchester attack | Young, beautiful innocent people murdered by 'evil losers': Donald Trump

- US President Donald Trump extended his condolences to the victims of the Manchester suicide bombing. US President Donald Trump extended his condolences on Tuesday to the victims of the Manchester suicide bombing that killed 22 people and said those behind the attack were "evil losers". Trump, speaking after talks with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in the town of Bethlehem in the occupied West Bank, said the United States stands in "absolute solidarity" with the British people

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O.J. Simpson to get another shot at parole as murder victim's dad hopes he gets blocked

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O.J. Simpson to get another shot at parole as murder victim's dad hopes he gets blocked

- O.J. Simpson will get another shot at parole this July — with the dad of murder victim Ron Goldman hoping the notorious NFL Hall of Famer gets blocked. “I don’t care for it. He’s a bad guy. I don’t like the notion he would be walking free, at all,” Fred Goldman told the Daily News on Monday. Simpson, 69, has spent close to nine years at Lovelock prison in Nevada for his armed robbery of two memorabilia dealers in a Las Vegas hotel

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Bond denied for 3 teens charged in 6-year-old's slaying

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Bond denied for 3 teens charged in 6-year-old's slaying

- CANTON, Miss. — Three Mississippi teenagers charged with capital murder in the shooting death of a 6-year-old boy were denied bond Monday during initial court appearances. Byron McBride, 19, and Dwan Wakefield and D'Allen Washington, both 17, were arrested in the shooting death of Kingston Frazier, 6. Authorities said Frazier was found dead in his mother's car Thursday, hours after the vehicle was stolen from outside the Kroger on I-55 in Jackson with the child inside

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Tuscaloosa Co. woman pleads guilty to lawn mower blade murders
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JUST IN: Juvenile charged with murder in Walton County crash
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Father of 2 killed in Collegeville fired first shots; slaying ruled justifiable
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Neighbor charged in Ohio fire that killed 7
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Man suspected in stabbing death of his grandmother in Anaconda this morning
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'I saw he had a gunshot wound': Fiance testifies about murder of Harrisburg police chief's nephew
'I saw he had a gunshot wound': Fiance testifies about murder of Harrisburg police chief's nephew Kristian Cammack's worst fear was realized on Easter Eve 2016 at the corner of Susquehanna and Woodbine streets. It was at that spot in Uptown Harrisburg that she found her fiance, John Thomas Carter, bleeding from what turned out to be a fatal gunshot wound. She described that heart-rending discover for a Dauphin County jury Tuesday during the murder trial for Shawn Jones, the second man accused of killing Carter, the nephew of city Police Chief Thomas Carter   Read More ...
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Opinion | New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu on Confederate statues: ‘The monuments were murder’
Opinion | New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu on Confederate statues: ‘The monuments were murder’ “Somebody said to me the other day, ‘You’re fearless.’ And I said, ‘That’s just a lie. I’m not fearless. I’m afraid all the time.’” Whether it is removing the stain of the Confederacy by removing four monuments from public land or walking headlong into crime plaguing African American neighborhoods in his city, New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu certainly doesn’t sound afraid   Read More ...
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Neighbor charged with aggravated murder, arson in deaths of 5 kids and 2 adults in Ohio house fire
AKRON, Ohio (AP) — Neighbor charged with aggravated murder, arson in deaths of 5 kids and 2 adults in Ohio house fire.   Read More ...
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Neighbor charged with aggravated murder, arson in deaths of 5 kids and 2 adults in Ohio house fire
AKRON, Ohio (AP) — Neighbor charged with aggravated murder, arson in deaths of 5 kids and 2 adults in Ohio house fire.   Read More ...
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Anne Arundel police employee suspended after insensitive post about UMD murder
Anne Arundel police employee suspended after insensitive post about UMD murder Anne Arundel County police have suspended a civilian employee after he made an inappropriate comment on Facebook about the murder of 2nd Lt. Richard Collins III. Collins was fatally stabbed at the University of Maryland, College Park early Saturday morning in what police are now investigating as a possible hate-related attack. University police have charged Sean Christopher Urbanski, a 22-year-old Maryland student from Severna Park, with first- and second-degree murder in the stabbing   Read More ...
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Slain student honored at ceremony where he was to graduate
Slain student honored at ceremony where he was to graduate COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — A black Bowie State University student who police say was fatally stabbed by a white stranger was honored Tuesday at the commencement ceremony where he would have walked across the stage. The gown of Richard Collins III was draped over a chair in the front row, and his family accepted his business administration degree. The historically black school's commencement was held in a sports arena at the nearby College Park campus of the University of Maryland, where Collins was killed early Saturday   Read More ...
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Opening statement in double homicide trial paints vivid picture of murders
Opening statement in double homicide trial paints vivid picture of murders Viste said Clarence Flowers was stabbed more than 77 times in his north Fargo home, where his body was found on the afternoon of June 22, 2015. Viste said later that night and about a half mile away, firefighters found the body of Samuel Trout on the porch of his home after a neighbor noticed what appeared to be a fire and called 911   Read More ...
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Bowie State student slain days before graduation honored at commencement ceremony
Bowie State student slain days before graduation honored at commencement ceremony Bowie State University honored senior student Richard Collins III during its commencement ceremony on Tuesday, just days after he was stabbed to death at the University of Maryland, College Park.   Read More ...
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Police find Nazi items, explosives during murder probe
Police find Nazi items, explosives during murder probe Investigators found white supremacist propaganda, bomb-making materials and a framed photograph of Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh at a Florida apartment where a teenager killed two roommates who had once shared his neo-Nazi beliefs before he converted to Islam, police and the FBI said. Devon Arthurs, 18, led police to the two bodies inside his Tampa apartment last Friday, saying he killed them after they showed disrespect for his new faith, according to police and FBI reports released Monday   Read More ...
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Fall River man charged with fatally stabbing his girlfriend
Herald News (Fall River) FALL RIVER — Law enforcement authorities have identified the victim in Monday night’s fatal stabbing and announced the arrest of one person. According to the Bristol County District Attorney’s office, Scott Rego, 26, of 17 Linden St., apartment 3, was charged with murder late Tuesday morning. He was placed under arrest at Rhode Island Hospital, where he was transported Monday night after sustaining an injury that allegedly occurred during the incident   Read More ...
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Wilmington Police ask public for help locating attempted murder suspect
Wilmington Police ask public for help locating attempted murder suspect Wilmington Police asked Tuesday for the public's assistance in locating a man wanted on attempted murder charges. According to authorities, Tyrone Brooks, 27, of Wilmington, is wanted on first-degree attempted murder charges in connection to an April 2017 shooting that took place in the area of 27th and Moore streets. Brooks should be considered armed and dangerous. Citizens should not approach him   Read More ...
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Fall River man charged with girlfriend’s murder
Fall River man charged with girlfriend’s murder The Bristol County District Attorney’s Office confirmed Scott Rego, 26, was charged Tuesday with the murder of his girlfriend Kristina Reis, 36. The DA’s office said police responded to 17 Linden Street around 9:18 p.m. Monday and found Reis on the front porch of the home, bleeding from an apparent stab wound. Prosecutors said Reis was rushed to Charlton Memorial Hospital, where she was pronounced dead   Read More ...
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Man charged in girlfriend's stabbing death
Man charged in girlfriend's stabbing death The real estate site Movoto recently named New Hampshire the safest state in the country. But, like any state, some towns are safer than others. See New Hampshire's top-10 most dangerous places, based on crimes per capita, including total crimes, murders, violent crimes and property crimes. FALL RIVER, Mass. — A Fall River man has been charged with murder in connection with the stabbing death of his girlfriend Monday night   Read More ...
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Grandson suspected in stabbing death of his grandmother in Anaconda this morning
Grandson suspected in stabbing death of his grandmother in Anaconda this morning ANACONDA — A grandson suspected in the stabbing death this morning of his grandmother is in custody in the Anaconda jail, Police Chief Tim Barkell said. Barkell identified the suspect as Tyler Smith, 21, and his grandmother as Vicki Smith, 64. Officers found the grandmother with “no signs of life’’ on the kitchen floor of her residence with a knife protruding from her back, Barkell said   Read More ...
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The Latest: Slain student remembered at commencement
COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — The Latest on the stabbing death of a black student visiting the University of Maryland (all times local): A black Bowie State University student slain over the weekend at the University of Maryland is being remembered at the ceremony where he was meant to graduate. The historically black school's commencement is being held Tuesday at the neighboring university's College Park campus, where Richard Collins III was fatally stabbed early Saturday   Read More ...
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Florida Man Who Claimed Girlfriend Choked On Penis During Oral Sex And Died Acquitted On Murder Charges
Florida Man Who Claimed Girlfriend Choked On Penis During Oral Sex And Died Acquitted On Murder Charges Richard Patterson claimed his girlfriend choked on his over-sized penis during oral sex and die accidentally. Patterson’s attorney pushed the Florida judge hearing the case to allow the jury to view the 65-year-0ld man’s penis as evidence. The request was never acted upon but the Margate man was just acquitted on the second-degree murder charges levied against him. Francisca Marquinez, 60 was found dead in her apartment at least 24 hours after her death   Read More ...
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The Latest: Slain student remembered at commencement
COLLEGE PARK, Md. – The Latest on the stabbing death of a black student visiting the University of Maryland (all times local): A black Bowie State University student slain over the weekend at the University of Maryland is being remembered at the ceremony where he was meant to graduate. The historically black school's commencement is being held Tuesday at the neighboring university's College Park campus, where Richard Collins III was fatally stabbed early Saturday   Read More ...
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