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Despite guilty plea, Vinita Park man sues Missouri trooper who shot him at St. Louis casino

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Despite guilty plea, Vinita Park man sues Missouri trooper who shot him at St. Louis casino


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Judge’s daughter in state police shakeup pleads guilty

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Southbury Felon Admits Possessing, Detonating Pipe Bomb

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Eight plead not guilty in federal basketball recruiting case | Lexington Herald Leader

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Father, step-mother accused of starving boy to death plead not guilty

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Ex-truck driver pleads guilty to sewage dumping in Phoenix

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Pennsylvania man loses hunting guide license for illegal bear bait stations
A Pennsylvania man lost his big game guide license after pleading guilty to eight offenses in Alaska involving illegal bear bait stations, Alaska prosecutors said. Clifford Smith, 41, pleaded guilty to eight guiding and hunting offenses on Wednesday, according to a written statement from the Alaska Department of Law. Alaska State Troopers first got a complaint about Smith in 2014 when they were told his bear bait station was too close to a lodge, the statement said   Read More ...
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Standing Rock woman, boyfriend will spend decades in prison in beating death of 5-year-old
Desarae Makes Him First, 26, of Standing Rock was sentenced to 30 years in custody, while her boyfriend, Matthew St. Pierre, 32, of McLaughlin was sentenced to 40 years by U.S. District Judge Charles Kornmann in federal court in Aberdeen on Monday. Makes Him First pleaded guilty to second degree murder in July, with St. Pierre pleading guilty to the same charge in August   Read More ...
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Father, son plead guilty to robbing Iowa credit unions
A father and son and an accomplice have pleaded guilty to charges stemming from credit union robberies. Father, son plead guilty to robbing Iowa credit unions A father and son and an accomplice have pleaded guilty to charges stemming from credit union robberies. DAVENPORT, Iowa — A father and son and an accomplice have pleaded guilty to charges stemming from credit union robberies in Davenport   Read More ...
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Woman sentenced to 3½ years for Davidsonville accident that killed man
An Edgewater woman was sentenced Tuesday to three and a half years in prison after she pleaded guilty to being drunk during a Davidsonville accident that left one man dead in 2016. Michelle Lee Brookman, 44, was sentenced by Judge J. Michael Wachs after she had pleaded guilty in August to negligent homicide by motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol   Read More ...
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Pa. woman who pleaded guilty to shoving 12-year-old girl gets prison sentence
As tensions flared during a sentencing on Tuesday, a woman who pleaded guilty to shoving a 12-year-old girl was sentenced to prison. Times Leader reports 30-year-old Marlenea Uravage was sentenced to four to 20 months in the Luzerne County Correctional Facility. That sentence came after Uravage failed to show up at her original sentencing date, according to the report. Uravage previously pleaded guilty to shoving a 12-year-old girl outside of a Wilkes-Barre convenience store in May   Read More ...
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Epsom man pleads guilty to using a gun in a drug crime 
An Epsom man pleaded guilty in federal court to using a gun during a drug crime, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office. Eric Collins, 43, of Epsom, pleaded guilty in federal court to having a firearm while in possession of controlled substances with intent to distribute, Acting United States Attorney John J. Farley announced Tuesday. In February of 2017, Concord police officers executed a search warrant for Collins’s vehicle and recovered two firearms, over $7,500 in cash and various controlled substances, including methamphetamine packaged for sale, according to court documents   Read More ...
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Former Independence Golf Club official admits he stole ID of dead child and took $33,000
A Henrico County man pleaded guilty Tuesday after taking the job as finance director of Independence Golf Club using a false identity of someone who died decades ago as a child. Shawn D. Gover, 46, pleaded guilty to two counts of aggravated identity theft in U.S. District Court. According to court documents, each count calls for a mandatory two-year prison term and he is scheduled to be sentenced Feb   Read More ...
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5 plead not guilty to bank robbery conspiracy charge
Five people have pleaded not guilty to charges that they conspired to rob banks in Lincoln. The Lincoln Journal Star reports that the five entered their pleas to conspiracy counts Monday in U.S. District Court in Lincoln. Four of the five also pleaded not guilty to bank robbery. Only 21-year-old Crystal Stabler was not charged with robbery. Prosecutors identified the four others as 22-year-old Israel Holmes, 23-year-old Julian Huffman, 22-year-old Kaylene Stabler and 21-year-old Kiana Stabler   Read More ...
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5 plead not guilty to bank robbery conspiracy charge
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Five people have pleaded not guilty to charges that they conspired to rob banks in Lincoln. The Lincoln Journal Star reports that the five entered their pleas to conspiracy counts Monday in U.S. District Court in Lincoln. Four of the five also pleaded not guilty to bank robbery. Only 21-year-old Crystal Stabler was not charged with robbery   Read More ...
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5 more people plead guilty to relative-in-jail phone scam
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (AP) — Authorities say five more people from the Dubuque area have pleaded guilty to participation in a phone call scam. The five entered the pleas over the past week in U.S. District Court in Cedar Rapids to one count of wire fraud. Prosecutors said in a news release Tuesday that the five are 34-year-old Paul Chase, 20-year-old Morgan Cornell, 23-year-old Payton McCarville, 32-year-old Tiffany Reynolds and 21-year-old Joshua Willis   Read More ...
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5 more people plead guilty to relative-in-jail phone scam
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (AP) — Authorities say five more people from the Dubuque area have pleaded guilty to participation in a phone call scam. The five entered the pleas over the past week in U.S. District Court in Cedar Rapids to one count of wire fraud. Prosecutors said in a news release Tuesday that the five are 34-year-old Paul Chase, 20-year-old Morgan Cornell, 23-year-old Payton McCarville, 32-year-old Tiffany Reynolds and 21-year-old Joshua Willis   Read More ...
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Suspect in Livonia jogger attack to plead guilty
The Berkley man charged with attacking a female jogger in Livonia and questioned about a Farmington Hills woman’s disappearance has agreed to plead guilty in the Livonia assault. Floyd Galloway Jr., 30, appeared Tuesday in Wayne County Circuit Court for a pre-trial conference. The conference also came 11 days after he rejected a plea deal on the charges. His guilty plea to kidnapping means Galloway could face 16-35 years in prison   Read More ...
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Hartford man pleads guilty to crack, heroin distribution
BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (WTNH) — A Hartford man will face sentencing after pleading guilty to crack and heroin distribution charges. Officials say Khadafi Castro, 39, pleaded guilty in Bridgeport federal court to one count of conspiring to possess with intent to distribute, and to distribute, heroin and cocaine base. According to court documents and statements made in court, officials made eight controlled purchases of heroin, fentanyl and/or crack cocaine from Castro   Read More ...
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Antitrust lawyer admits to scheme to defraud New York law firms
(Reuters) - An antitrust lawyer pleaded guilty on Monday to federal charges that she conspired with her husband to use two bogus vendors to defraud two New York law firms out of $7.8 million. Keila Ravelo, who prior to her 2014 arrest had been a partner at law firm Willkie Farr & Gallagher, pleaded guilty in federal court in Newark, New Jersey to conspiracy to commit wire fraud and tax evasion, prosecutors said   Read More ...
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Henrico man pleads guilty to murdering Tobacco Town owner
A Henrico man pleaded guilty Monday to murdering the owner of the Tobacco Town convenience store last year. Jonathan David Edwards, 20, pleaded guilty in Henrico Circuit Court to first-degree murder in connection with the Nov. 11, 2016 shooting death of Rajulbhai Patel outside the store in the 1100 block of Wilkinson Road. Edwards also pleaded guilty to robbing the Mountain Express convenience store right after the Tobacco Town shooting during a Monday court hearing   Read More ...
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Reno Doctor Faces Sentencing in Alleged Fatal Prescription Drug Ring
The Nevada doctor who previously pleaded guilty in an alleged fatal painkiller ring is scheduled to be sentenced in federal court on Monday. In July, Dr. Robert Rand pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and distribution of a controlled substance. The Department of Justice says according to admissions made in the plea agreement, Rand prescribed an excessive amount of oxycodone to a patient without a legitimate medical purpose and not in the usual course of professional practice that resulted in the patient’s death from oxycodone intoxication   Read More ...
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Despite guilty plea, Vinita Park man sues Missouri trooper who shot him at St. Louis casino
ST. LOUIS • A Vinita Park man is suing the Missouri state trooper who shot him in a confrontation for which the man pleaded guilty and is now serving time. Javon M. Burton, 36, was sentenced to seven years in prison in August after he pleaded guilty in St. Louis Circuit Court to charges stemming from the November 2015 incident. Burton was hit in the arm by a trooper who was responding to an assault call at the Lumière Place casino and had blocked Burton's path out of the garage   Read More ...
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Florida couple pleads guilty for beating restaurant owner over cold chicken, not enough fries
A Florida couple pleaded guilty Friday to beating the owner of a chicken restaurant and her teenage daughter over complaints that their chicken was cold and they didn’t get enough fries in their order. Nathaniel Eric Smith, 45, and Latasha Denise Smith, 28, pleaded guilty in Camden County Superior Court to aggravated assault and cruelty to children in the beating, officials said   Read More ...
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Former Utah fire chief pleads guilty to starting wildfire
A former Utah Highway Patrol trooper and fire chief on Tuesday pleaded guilty to intentionally starting a wildfire in northeastern Utah this summer — the second wildfire he has been indicted for this year. Rex Richard Olsen, 37, pleaded guilty to starting a fire on June 9 that burned roughly 1,000 acres of sagebrush and grass near the town of Maeser, about 30 miles away from his own home in Roosevelt   Read More ...
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Texas whitetail poachers plead guilty to several charges after killing three prize bucks
Updated 4:25 pm, Friday, November 17, 2017 Three Texas men have pleaded guilty to criminal charges after they each poached a trophy whitetail buck, in three separate incidents, with a combined Boone & Crockett (B&C) score of over 535 inches. A press release by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) said the men — John Walker Drinnon, 34, Timothy Kane Sweet, 37, Brian Eugene Culp, 47, — killed two 19-point bucks and a 10-point buck respectively and ended up having to pay civil restitution worth well over $34,000   Read More ...
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Texas whitetail poachers plead guilty to several charges after killing three prize bucks
Updated 4:25 pm, Friday, November 17, 2017 Three Texas men have pleaded guilty to criminal charges after they each poached a trophy whitetail buck, in three separate incidents, with a combined Boone & Crockett (B&C) score of over 535 inches. A press release by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) said the men — John Walker Drinnon, 34, Timothy Kane Sweet, 37, Brian Eugene Culp, 47, — killed two 19-point bucks and a 10-point buck respectively and ended up having to pay civil restitution worth well over $34,000   Read More ...
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Judge’s daughter in state police shakeup pleads guilty
FRAMINGHAM, Mass. (AP) — The judge’s daughter whose arrest led to the resignation of the two highest ranking officers of the Massachusetts State Police has pleaded guilty to some charges. Alli Bibaud was sentenced to 14 months of probation and ordered to undergo random drug testing after pleading guilty Friday to drunken driving and negligent operation charges. She still faces a drugged driving charge   Read More ...
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Sentencing set for former South Carolina officer who shot unarmed man
A sentencing hearing has been scheduled for a white former South Carolina police officer who pleaded guilty to a federal charge in the shooting death of an unarmed black man two years ago. Court records filed Friday show that a hearing for former North Charleston police officer Michael Slager will begin Dec. 4. Slager pleaded guilty in May to violating Walter Scott's civil rights   Read More ...
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Man pleads guilty for role in drug conspiracy
CHARLESTON – A Chicago man has pleaded guilty for his role in a a six-figure, international drug deal that was organized to happen in Putnam County. According to a news release from U.S. Attorney Carol Casto, Richard Fleming pleaded guilty on Wednesday to aiding and abetting the attempted distribution of 100 kilograms or more of marijuana. Fleming admitted that he traveled to Putnam County on March 12, 2010, to pick up approximately $600,000 of drug proceeds from a March 5, 2010, shipment of over 300 kilograms of marijuana on behalf of a drug trafficking organization operating out of Arizona and Mexico, according to the news release   Read More ...
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Sentencing set for officer who shot unarmed black man
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - A sentencing hearing has been scheduled for a white former South Carolina police officer who pleaded guilty to a federal charge in the shooting death of an unarmed black man two years ago. Court records filed Friday show that a hearing for former North Charleston police officer Michael Slager will begin Dec. 4. Slager pleaded guilty in May to violating Walter Scott's civil rights   Read More ...
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Woman at center of State Police scandal pleads guilty to drunken driving charge
FRAMINGHAM — The woman at the center of a State Police scandal over an altered arrest report pleaded guilty Friday to driving drunk during an October crash that sparked the controversy. Alli Bibaud, 30, the daughter of a Dudley District Court judge, quietly pleaded guilty to drunken driving and negligent operation of a motor vehicle in Framingham District Court. Judge James Sullivan sentenced her to a total of 14 months of probation, suspended her license for a year, and ordered her to complete a treatment program, among other provisions   Read More ...
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Sentencing set for officer who shot unarmed black man - | WBTV Charlotte
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - A sentencing hearing has been scheduled for a white former South Carolina police officer who pleaded guilty to a federal charge in the shooting death of an unarmed black man two years ago. Court records filed Friday show that a hearing for former North Charleston police officer Michael Slager will begin Dec. 4. Slager pleaded guilty in May to violating Walter Scott's civil rights   Read More ...
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Judge's daughter in state police shakeup pleads guilty
FRAMINGHAM, Mass. – The judge's daughter whose arrest led to the resignation of the two highest ranking officers of the Massachusetts State Police has pleaded guilty to some charges. Alli Bibaud (BEE'-boh) was sentenced to 14 months of probation and ordered to undergo random drug testing after pleading guilty Friday to drunken driving and negligent operation charges. She still faces a drugged driving charge   Read More ...
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Sentencing set for officer who shot unarmed black man
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — A sentencing hearing has been scheduled for a white former South Carolina police officer who pleaded guilty to a federal charge in the shooting death of an unarmed black man two years ago. Court records filed Friday show that a hearing for former North Charleston police officer Michael Slager will begin Dec. 4. Slager pleaded guilty in May to violating Walter Scott's civil rights   Read More ...
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Alli Bibaud, at center of state police arrest report scandal, pleads guilty to OUI
The woman whose arrest triggered a state police scandal after salacious details in her arrest report were ordered removed by police brass, plead guilty to several charges included in that report. Alli Bibaud plead guilty to operating under the influence of liquor and several motor vehicle violations in Framingham District Court Friday. The charge of operating under the influence of drugs was not settled and a hearing on that matter will be held at a date yet to be determined   Read More ...
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Two Va. ex-officials plead guilty to taking bribes for snow-removal contracts
Two officials in the Virginia Department of Transportation took nearly a half-million dollars in cash bribes from snowplow companies in exchange for valuable winter contracts. Kenneth D. Adams, 42, and Anthony Willie, 55, pleaded guilty in Alexandria federal court this week to a fraud conspiracy, as did three contractors who paid the bribes. Until their arrests this year, the two were in charge of VDOT's office in Burke and had the power to decide which contractors were used to plow roads during snowstorms   Read More ...
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Valiante faces 8 years in murder of boyfriend’s parents
BRIDGEPORT -Jennifer Valiante, accused of helping her boyfriend, Kyle Navin, fatally shooting his Easton parents and burying their bodies in a friend’s yard, is facing eight years in prison after pleading guilty to the charges against her Friday morning. Valiante, 31, pleaded guilty under the Alford Doctrine before Superior Court Judge Robert Devlin to hindering prosecution for allegedly helping Navin plan and cover-up his parent’s deaths   Read More ...
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Man pleads guilty to drug charges after earlier deal rejected
A Charleston man pleaded guilty to federal drug charges, after a federal judge had rejected an earlier plea deal. Antoine Dericus Wilmore, 29, pleaded guilty to six charges, including distributing heroin and fentanyl, before U.S. District Judge Joseph R. Goodwin at the Robert C. Byrd United States Courthouse. Wilmore’s guilty pleas on Thursday were the start of his second shot at a plea deal, after Goodwin rejected his first plea deal last month   Read More ...
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Girlfriend Of Kyle Navin, Easton Man Accused Of Murdering His Parents, To Plead Guilty To Lesser Charges
After months of closed door negotiations the girlfriend of an Easton man accused of murdering his parents is expected to plead guilty to hindering prosecution Friday in Bridgeport Superior Court. Jennifer Valiante, 33, has been in prison for more than two years, charged with conspiracy to commit murder. Prosecutors alleged that she knew about or helped her boyfriend, Kyle Navin, plan the murders of his parents, Jeffrey and Jeanette Navin, the owners of a refuse hauling company in Westport   Read More ...
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Girlfriend of man charged with killing parents goes to court
Related Coverage BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) — The girlfriend of a Connecticut man charged with killing his parents for threatening to cut him out of their will is expected to plead guilty to related charges. The Hartford Courant reports that 33-year-old Jennifer Valiante is scheduled to appear in court Friday where she’ll plead guilty to hindering prosecution. She had been charged with conspiracy to commit murder   Read More ...
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Mich. teen pleads guilty to threatening school violence
Lapeer – A 15-year-old boy has pleaded guilty to charges that he threatened acts of violence at a Michigan middle school. The teen, who’s charged as an adult, pleaded guilty Tuesday in Lapeer County to one count each of making a false terrorist threat and using a computer to commit a crime. He’s among three teens who were charged with multiple felonies in April for allegedly exchanging text messages threatening to commit “mass murder” at Mayfield Township’s Zemmer Middle School   Read More ...
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Girlfriend of man charged with killing parents goes to court
BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) — The girlfriend of a Connecticut man charged with killing his parents for threatening to cut him out of their will is expected to plead guilty to related charges. The Hartford Courant reports that 33-year-old Jennifer Valiante is scheduled to appear in court Friday where she'll plead guilty to hindering prosecution. She had been charged with conspiracy to commit murder   Read More ...
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Man Charged In Minister's Shooting Tries To Plead Guilty, Judge Rejects Deal
A 27-year-old Hartford man accused of shooting a pastor outside his Capitol Avenue church and 14 minutes later shooting a man at Garden and Mather streets tried to plead guilty to the crimes Thursday in Superior Court in Hartford. But Aaron Taylor managed to talk Judge Laura F. Baldini out of accepting his guilty plea when he said, “I believe I’m innocent   Read More ...
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Southbury Felon Admits Possessing, Detonating Pipe Bomb
A man who detonated a pipe bomb in Woodbury in April pleaded guilty to possession of a destructive device by a convicted felon, the U.S. Attorney’s office said. Brian Fluman, 34, of Greenwich Drive in Southbury, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Hartford on Wednesday. Fluman, a felon with convictions for larceny, burglary and narcotics possession, built the pipe bomb and detonated it in vicinity of Upper Grassy Hill Road in Woodbury on April 15, according to a release from the U   Read More ...
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Mother pleads not guilty in death of 17-month-old daughter
RIVERSIDE, Iowa (KCRG-TV9) -- The mother of a 17-month-old girl who died last year in Riverside has pleaded not guilty to charges for her death. Ambrashia Chrzan is charged with child endangerment resulting in death. The father, Anthony McCoy, pleaded not guilty to the same charge. Avery McCoy died a year ago. She weighed 11 pounds at the time, which is significantly underweight for her age   Read More ...
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