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Investigators: Former City Council Member Nick Ibarra Used his Car to Drag a Man 683 Feet, Tried to Hide EvidenceReporter, PhotographerIf convicted of dragging two men with his car and hiding evidence from police, a former Springfield city council member could spend up to 18 years in prison. Nick Ibarra is charged with four felony counts for his role in a Thanksgiving day "road rage"...
Tags: Justice System, Trials, Holidays, Prosecution, Lawyers
Reporter, PhotographerA convicted sex offender suspected in a handful of new cases is now charged with two new felony counts against a young victim. Wayne Files was in court Wednesday to ask for a bond reduction. Three women who say they were molested by Wayne Files were in...
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Police Chief and Sheriff Support 'Wet Shelter' For Intoxicated Individuals, People with a Mental Illness who are Otherwise Booked in Jail for Petty CrimesReporter, PhotographerTop law enforcement officials say a type of shelter known as a "wet shelter” is needed to create space in the overcrowded Greene County Jail for serious, violent offenders. They want to open a secure facility to hold people who are homeless,...
CNNLIMA, Peru -- It appears Joran van der Sloot is about to become a father. Van der Sloot became well-known around the world for the murder of Stephany Flores in Peru and for being arrested twice, but never charged, in the 2005 disappearance of U.S....
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KTLA NewsDEL AIRE, Calif. (KTLA) -- A Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy who pleaded no contest to smuggling drugs into a courthouse jail in a burrito has been sentenced to two years in jail. Henry Marin, 27, pleaded no contest to one count of bringing drugs...
Tags: Heroin, Trials, Health, Drugs and Medicines, KTLA
More than five years after Dr. Albert Woonho Ro was found beaten to death in his Glen Burnie dental office, his dental assistant admitted Monday that she siphoned more than $17,000 from his business and had him killed to cover it up. Shontay Joyner...
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A Reisterstown financial advisor was sentenced Friday to four years in prison followed by three years of supervised release for mail fraud in connection with defrauding clients, including a child suffering from cerebral palsy, the Maryland U.S. Attorney's...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsThe United Methodist Women from College Hill United Methodist Church would like to see the death penalty abolished in Kansas. The group held a meeting this week to start a conversation about the issue. Last year, the Kansas House of Representatives...
Tags: Trials, Health, Murder, Punishment, Punishment
South Bend TribuneNILES — The last of five Niles teenagers accused of what some have called “sextortion’’ received a probation sentence today in Berrien County Trial Court in Niles. Although Judge Scott Schofield and Berrien Assistant Prosecutor...
NILES – Parnell Martin, one of five Niles High School students accused in a Facebook sex extortion case, was sentenced Monday to a minimum of 4 years but no more than 15 years in prison. Both Trey Nichols and Parnell Martin pleaded guilty....
Tags: Justice System, Trials, Lawyers, Trials, Blackmail and Extortion
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