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Captured polygamous leader pleads guilty to escape, food stamp fraud cases

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UPDATE | Murder suspect pleads guilty; claims mental illness in killing father

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Arkansas woman admits using county cash to buy dog tuxedo

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Ex-carnival worker pleads guilty to murder in 1975 abduction of Lyon sisters

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Convicted jewelry store robber pleads guilty in murder case

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Man sent to prison for burning 4 kittens to death

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Man supplied heroin linked to overdose deaths
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut man has pleaded guilty to providing heroin involved in two overdose deaths last year. The U.S. Attorney's office says Nestor Santana, of New London, pleaded guilty Wednesday in New Haven federal court to a heroin distribution charge. He faces up to 40 years in prison when he's sentenced in December. Authorities say a 17-year-old girl was found unresponsive of a suspected heroin overdose at a Groton motel last May   Read More ...
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Polygamous sect leader pleads guilty in escape, fraud case
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - A polygamous sect leader recaptured after a year on the run has pleaded guilty in an escape and food-stamp fraud case. Lyle Jeffs pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court in Salt Lake City. He was charged in what prosecutors call a multimillion-dollar food-stamp fraud scheme as well as his escape from home confinement. Jeffs was awaiting trial in the food-stamp case when he slipped off his ankle monitor and escaped in June 2016   Read More ...
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Polygamist Leader Lyle Jeffs Pleads Guilty in Multimillion-Dollar Fraud Case
(SALT LAKE CITY) — A polygamous sect leader recaptured after a year on the run has pleaded guilty in an escape and food-stamp fraud cases. Lyle Jeffs pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court in Salt Lake City. He was charged in what prosecutors call a multimillion-dollar food-stamp fraud scheme as well as his escape from home confinement. Jeffs was awaiting trial in the food-stamp case when he slipped off his ankle monitor and escaped in June 2016   Read More ...
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Polygamous sect leader pleads guilty in escape, fraud cases
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A polygamous sect leader recaptured after a year on the run has pleaded guilty in an escape and food-stamp fraud cases. Lyle Jeffs pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court in Salt Lake City. He was charged in what prosecutors call a multimillion-dollar food-stamp fraud scheme as well as his escape from home confinement. Jeffs was awaiting trial in the food-stamp case when he slipped off his ankle monitor and escaped in June 2016   Read More ...
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Polygamous sect leader pleads guilty in escape, fraud cases
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A polygamous sect leader recaptured after a year on the run has pleaded guilty in an escape and food-stamp fraud cases. Lyle Jeffs pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court in Salt Lake City. He was charged in what prosecutors call a multimillion-dollar food-stamp fraud scheme as well as his escape from home confinement. Jeffs was awaiting trial in the food-stamp case when he slipped off his ankle monitor and escaped in June 2016   Read More ...
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Polygamist pleads guilty in escape, fraud cases
Salt Lake City — A polygamous sect leader recaptured after a year on the run has pleaded guilty in an escape and food-stamp fraud cases. Lyle Jeffs pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court in Salt Lake City. He was charged in what prosecutors call a multimillion-dollar food-stamp fraud scheme as well as his escape from home confinement. Jeffs was awaiting trial in the food-stamp case when he slipped off his ankle monitor and escaped in June 2016   Read More ...
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Captured polygamous leader pleads guilty to escape, food stamp fraud cases
SALT LAKE CITY — A polygamous sect leader recaptured after a year on the run has pleaded guilty in an escape and food-stamp fraud cases. Lyle Jeffs pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court in Salt Lake City. He was charged in what prosecutors call a multimillion-dollar food-stamp fraud scheme as well as his escape from home confinement. Jeffs was awaiting trial in the food-stamp case when he slipped off his ankle monitor and escaped in June 2016   Read More ...
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Captured polygamous pleads guilty in escape, fraud cases
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - A polygamous sect leader recaptured after a year on the run has pleaded guilty in an escape and food-stamp fraud cases. Lyle Jeffs pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court in Salt Lake City. He was charged in what prosecutors call a multimillion-dollar food-stamp fraud scheme as well as his escape from home confinement. Jeffs was awaiting trial in the food-stamp case when he slipped off his ankle monitor and escaped in June 2016   Read More ...
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Captured polygamous pleads guilty in escape, fraud cases
SALT LAKE CITY – A polygamous sect leader recaptured after a year on the run has pleaded guilty in an escape and food-stamp fraud cases. Lyle Jeffs pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court in Salt Lake City. He was charged in what prosecutors call a multimillion-dollar food-stamp fraud scheme as well as his escape from home confinement. Jeffs was awaiting trial in the food-stamp case when he slipped off his ankle monitor and escaped in June 2016   Read More ...
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Chinese man pleads guilty in global software piracy case
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Chinese businessman has pleaded guilty to his role in an international, multimillion dollar software piracy case. Federal prosecutors say 37-year-old Wen Tao Liu, also known as Orland Liu, pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court in Kansas City to conspiracy and trafficking in counterfeit labels. Liu, a citizen of China, was arrested in 2016 in Dallas while trying to return to his country   Read More ...
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Chinese man pleads guilty in global software piracy case
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Chinese businessman has pleaded guilty to his role in an international, multimillion dollar software piracy case. Federal prosecutors say 37-year-old Wen Tao Liu, also known as Orland Liu, pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court in Kansas City to conspiracy and trafficking in counterfeit labels. Liu, a citizen of China, was arrested in 2016 in Dallas while trying to return to his country   Read More ...
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Chinese citizen pleads guilty in $100 million Microsoft software piracy case with KC link
A Chinese businessman has pleaded guilty to taking part in a multi-million dollar international software piracy conspiracy. Wen Tao Liu, also known as Orland Liu, 37, pleaded guilty Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Kansas City, to conspiracy and trafficking in counterfeit labels. Liu is the eighth person to plead guilty in the software piracy scheme that prosecutors believe involved the trafficking of more than $100 million worth of unauthorized and counterfeit software products to thousands of customers online   Read More ...
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Mentor-on-the-Lake robbery suspect pleads guilty to threatening pharmacist with screwdriver
PAINESVILLE, Ohio - A Wickliffe man pleaded guilty Monday to threatening a pharmacist with a screwdriver and taking prescription pills in a Mentor-on-the-Lake robbery. Victor S. Welch, 29, pleaded guilty to robbery, a second-degree felony, in the July 17 incident at a Walgreens on Andrews Road at Munson Road, court records show. Judge Richard L. Collins Jr. will sentence him Oct   Read More ...
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Derry man pleads guilty to federal cocaine charge | New Hampshire
CONCORD — A Derry man pleaded guilty Tuesday to a federal drug dealing charge, the U.S. Attorney’s Office said. Edwin Ruiz, 30, was arrested Dec. 1, when he was stopped by Manchester police and a search of his car found 799.8 grams of cocaine and $8,264, acting U.S. Attorney John J. Farley said in a release Tuesday. Ruiz pleaded guilty in U   Read More ...
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Derry man pleads guilty to cocaine possession charge
Edwin Ruiz to spend 90 months in jail. CONCORD, N.H. — A Derry man has pleaded guilty to having more than 500 grams of cocaine. Edwin Ruiz, 30, pleaded guilty in federal court Tuesday to one count of possession with intent to distribute the drug. On Dec. 1, Ruiz was driving a vehicle that was stopped by Manchester police. A search of the car resulted in the seizure of $8,264 and 799   Read More ...
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Brothers tied to former Stillwater mayor plead guilty to tax crimes in federal court
Two metro-area brothers implicated with former Stillwater Mayor Ken Harycki in a scheme to hide money from the Internal Revenue Service have pleaded guilty in federal court in Minneapolis. Thurlee and Roylee Belfrey, both 52, pleaded guilty just as their trial was scheduled to begin after a yearslong, multimillion-dollar health care fraud and tax conspiracy, acting U.S. Attorney Gregory Brooker said Tuesday   Read More ...
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SD man sentenced for threatening to blow up VA Hospital building, kill nurse
Martin Rezac, 61, was sentenced Monday in federal court, after entering his guilty plea in June. According to court documents, Rezac pleaded guilty to calling a registered nurse at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Sioux Falls and threatened to kill and injure her. He also pleaded guilty to threatening to destroy a building on the medical center’s campus. Court documents state that from June 1 to Nov   Read More ...
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Mexican businessman pleads guilty to U.S. fraud charge
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Man who wore chimpanzee mask during O'Fallon, Mo., robbery sentenced to 10 years behind bars
O'FALLON, Mo. • A man who robbed a gas station in O'Fallon, Mo., at gunpoint while wearing a chimpanzee mask has pleaded guilty in the 2015 crime. William J. Brown, 23, of the first block of Painted Pony Drive, pleaded guilty Monday of first-degree robbery and armed criminal action. He was sentenced to 10 years and 7 years in prison respectively, with the sentences to run at the same time   Read More ...
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Woman admits to attempted murder of ex-husband's new wife
MANTUA TOWNSHIP, N.J. (AP) — A Maryland woman who police say attacked her ex-husband's new wife with a hammer after breaking into his New Jersey home has pleaded guilty. Forty-four-year-old Marie Stewart pleaded guilty to attempted murder on Monday without a sentencing recommendation by the prosecution. Sentencing is scheduled for Jan. 12, 2018. Prosecutors say Stewart broke into Mantua Township home of her former husband and his new wife in 2012   Read More ...
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Fourth person pleads guilty in Lexington prison smuggling ring
A fourth person accused in connection with an operation to bring contraband into the federal prison medical facility in Lexington has pleaded guilty, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office. Griffith was an inmate at the Federal Medical Center in Lexington when the charges were filed. He was involved romantically with Stephanie Dukes of Louisville, who has since pleaded guilty to bribing a public official in the case   Read More ...
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UPDATE | Murder suspect pleads guilty; claims mental illness in killing father
Monday, Sept. 18, 2017. MCDUFFIE COUNTY, Ga. (WRDW/WAGT) -- A woman accused of killing her father back in 2015 has pleaded guilty by reason of mental illness. According to the McDuffie County Clerk of Court; Kimberly Johnson, 29, pleaded guilty to the felony murder of her father, Sanders Johnson, on Nov. 24, 2015, at their Randal Hunt Road home in Dearing   Read More ...
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Driver in Broadview Heights crash that killed 3-year-old avoids prison with guilty plea
PARMA, Ohio - A Strongsville man avoided jail time when he pleaded guilty Monday in a crash that killed a 3-year-old girl in Broadview Heights. Jordan C. Goughler, 41, pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide, a first-degree misdemeanor, Monday in Parma Municipal Court, his attorney Timothy J. Riley said. Goughler was sentenced to 180 days in jail, but the sentence was suspended and he was placed on probation for one year   Read More ...
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Former UAB student sentenced in baseball bat beating death of his mother
FORT PAYNE, Ala. (AP) — A judge has sentenced an Alabama man to 25 years in prison after he pleaded guilty to killing his mother with a baseball bat during an argument over grades. Court records show 24-year-old Tyler Blansit pleaded guilty Thursday to killing 45-year-old Sherry Ann Blansit in 2015. DeKalb County authorities say Blansit had been a student at the University of Alabama at Birmingham   Read More ...
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Trooper says he didn’t mean to shoot his pregnant wife in the head
A former Pennsylvania state trooper who caused the deaths of his pregnant wife and the child she was carrying in what he characterized as a gun-cleaning accident at their home has pleaded guilty to criminal charges. Joseph Paul Miller pleaded guilty Thursday to two counts of involuntary manslaughter for causing the March 2014 deaths of JoAnna Miller and the baby girl, who was delivered but died soon after   Read More ...
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Horry County jury set to hear case of man who already pleaded guilty to murdering his wife
CONWAY, SC (WMBF) – A man who pleaded guilty in 2010 to murdering his wife is scheduled to get another chance at justice next month after a judge granted him a new trial in last year. According to a trial calendar from the Fifteenth Circuit Solicitor’s Office, Charles Dean’s murder trial is set to begin with jury selection the week of Oct   Read More ...
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Alabama man sentenced in mom's beating death with bat
FORT PAYNE, Ala. (AP) - A judge has sentenced an Alabama man to 25 years in prison after he pleaded guilty to killing his mother with a baseball bat during an argument over grades. Court records show 24-year-old Tyler Blansit pleaded guilty Thursday to killing 45-year-old Sherry Ann Blansit in 2015. DeKalb County authorities say Blansit had been a student at the University of Alabama at Birmingham   Read More ...
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Massachusetts man gets probation in killing of baby swans
WRENTHAM, Mass. (AP) — A Massachusetts man has been sentenced to 18 months of probation for killing three baby swans. The Sun Chronicle reports that 38-year-old Eric Davis, of Norfolk, pleaded guilty this week to two counts of animal cruelty. In exchange, prosecutors dropped a third count. Davis also pleaded guilty to an assault charge related to a confrontation with a 72-year-old man who lived on Mirror Lake in Norfolk after the killings   Read More ...
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Massachusetts man gets probation in killing of baby swans
WRENTHAM, Mass. (AP) — A Massachusetts man has been sentenced to 18 months of probation for killing three baby swans. The Sun Chronicle (http://bit.ly/2fnDyzf ) reports that 38-year-old Eric Davis, of Norfolk, pleaded guilty this week to two counts of animal cruelty. In exchange, prosecutors dropped a third count. Davis also pleaded guilty to an assault charge related to a confrontation with a 72-year-old man who lived on Mirror Lake in Norfolk after the killings   Read More ...
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Trooper 'cleaning' gun admits guilt in deaths of wife, baby
A former Pennsylvania state trooper who caused the deaths of his pregnant wife and the child she was carrying in what he characterized as a gun-cleaning accident at their home has pleaded guilty to criminal charges. Joseph Paul Miller pleaded guilty Thursday to two counts of involuntary manslaughter for causing the March 2014 deaths of JoAnna Miller and the baby girl, who was delivered but died soon after   Read More ...
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Brooklyn Center man pleads guilty to second-degree murder
A Brooklyn Center man has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the August 2016 shooting death of a 32-year-old Eagan man in north Minneapolis, the Hennepin County attorney's office announced Thursday. Jamal Kareem Newell, 35, was about to stand trial on first-degree murder charges when he pleaded guilty to aiding and abetting second-degree murder. Newell's sentencing hearing is on Oct. 11   Read More ...
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Trooper 'cleaning' gun admits guilt in deaths of wife, baby
A former Pennsylvania state trooper who caused the deaths of his pregnant wife and their newborn daughter in what he characterized as a gun-cleaning accident at their home has pleaded guilty to criminal charges. Joseph Paul Miller pleaded guilty Thursday to two counts of involuntary manslaughter for causing the March 2014 deaths of JoAnna Miller and the baby she was carrying   Read More ...
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Trooper pleads guilty in shooting deaths of wife, newborn
A former Pennsylvania state trooper who caused the deaths of his pregnant wife and their newborn daughter in what he characterized as a gun-cleaning accident at their home has pleaded guilty to criminal charges. Joseph Paul Miller pleaded guilty to two counts of involuntary manslaughter for causing the March 2014 deaths of JoAnna Miller and the baby she was carrying. The baby girl was delivered but died soon after   Read More ...
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Woman admits using county cash to buy her pug a tuxedo
HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) — A former administrative assistant to an Arkansas county official has pleaded guilty to fraudulent use of a credit card after prosecutors accused her of using public money to buy personal items, including a tuxedo for her pet pug. Kristi Goss was set for trial this week but pleaded guilty Monday. Authorities accused Goss of fraudulently charging $200,000 to a Garland County credit card on purchases including the dog tuxedo, a diamond bracelet, tickets to Arkansas Razorbacks sporting events, sequined throw pillows and pet insurance   Read More ...
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Idaho dad pleads guilty after fleeing with young daughters
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A Boise man who pulled his two young daughters out of school during a custody dispute and fled to the Nevada mountains has pleaded guilty to custodial interference. KTVB-TV reports (http://bit.ly/2h3M0HD) that 33-year-old Joshua Dundon pleaded guilty to the felony charge that falls under Idaho's kidnapping laws on Wednesday in 4th District Court. He also pleaded guilty to an infliction of great bodily harm sentencing enhancement   Read More ...
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Idaho dad pleads guilty after fleeing with young daughters
BOISE, Idaho (AP) - A Boise man who pulled his two young daughters out of school during a custody dispute and fled to the Nevada mountains has pleaded guilty to custodial interference. KTVB-TV reports (http://bit.ly/2h3M0HD) that 33-year-old Joshua Dundon on Wednesday in 4th District Court pleaded guilty to the felony charge that falls under Idaho's kidnapping laws. He also pleaded guilty to an infliction of great bodily harm sentencing enhancement   Read More ...
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Man admits to breaking into Ohio homes to kidnap girls
CLEVELAND (AP) — An Ohio man has pleaded guilty to breaking into two homes and abducting and raping a 6-year-old girl and attempting to abduct a 10-year-old girl. Prosecutors say Justin Christian carefully planned the abduction attempts and scouted the homes. Christian on Thursday pleaded guilty to charges including rape, kidnapping and burglary. He declined to say anything before a judge sentenced him to 35 years in prison with no chance of parole   Read More ...
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Will Co. murder trial comes to halt when defendant pleads guilty in neighbor's death
As the third day of his murder trial was about to begin, a Crest Hill man on Thursday pleaded guilty to killing his elderly neighbor and setting her house on fire, a spokesman for the Will County state's attorney's office said. Bruce Gempel, 53, pleaded guilty to murder in exchange for a 20-year prison term, according to state's attorney's office spokesman Charles Pelkie   Read More ...
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More than 2,000 fake driver’s licenses found in Lee’s Summit man’s home
A man caught with more than 2,000 counterfeit Missouri driver’s licenses pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court. Tracy Allan Ford, 27, of Lee’s Summit, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Kansas City to manufacturing fraudulent identification documents. Ford admitted that he had been making fake driver’s licenses for three years using materials that he ordered online, including sheets of holograms from China   Read More ...
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Arkansas woman admits using county cash to buy dog tuxedo
HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) — A former administrative assistant to an Arkansas county official has pleaded guilty to fraudulent use of a credit card after prosecutors accused her of using public money to buy personal items, including a tuxedo for her pet pug. Kristi Goss was set for trial this week but pleaded guilty Monday. Authorities accused Goss of fraudulently charging $200,000 to a Garland County credit card on purchases including the dog tuxedo, a diamond bracelet, tickets to Arkansas Razorbacks sporting events, sequined throw pillows and pet insurance   Read More ...
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