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  • Yorktown man charged with two counts of felony child neglect

    Yorktown man charged with two counts of felony child neglect
    A Yorktown man was arrested last week on two felony child neglect charges, a sheriff’s office spokesman said. About 1 p.m. Thursday, York-Poquoson sheriff’s deputies found a 2-year-old wearing only a diaper and a 4-year-old in a T-shirt...
  • Jim Souhan: Vikings shred their code of conduct with Peterson audible

    If the Vikings care only about winning games, they can do more than merely welcome back Adrian Peterson. Why not sign Ray Rice? The former Ravens running back could win an appeal of his suspension, and there is no evidence that he has punched a woman...
  • White supremacist Matthew Hale wants to play violin in solitary

    White supremacist Matthew Hale wants to play violin in solitary
    Years before he was convicted of plotting to kill a Chicago federal judge, white supremacist Matthew Hale was an accomplished violinist said to favor the wistful and passionate concertos of Tchaikovsky. Now Hale wants to take up the instrument again...
  • Pompano purse snatch victim chases fleeing thief

    Pompano purse snatch victim chases fleeing thief
    A woman gave a thief a run for her money when she tried to catch a purse snatcher in Pompano Beach. He got away, but not before leaving behind clothing that may help authorities identify him. Surveillance video released Tuesday shows a man walking up...
  • Former police officer gets 10 years in NYC kidnap fetish case

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - A former police chief of a federal veterans hospital was sentenced in New York on Tuesday to 10 years in prison for his role in conspiring to torture, rape and kill women, a plot that grew out of Internet fetish forums he visited....
  • Judge temporarily halts release of Pasadena police shooting report

    Judge temporarily halts release of Pasadena police shooting report
    A judge issued a temporary restraining order Tuesday that prohibits┬áPasadena officials from releasing the results of an independent consultant’s investigation into the 2012 fatal police shooting of an unarmed teenager. Los Angeles County...
  • Jail deputy convicted in conspiracy to hide federal informant

    Jail deputy convicted in conspiracy to hide federal informant
    A federal court jury convicted a Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy Tuesday of conspiracy and obstruction of justice in a scheme aimed at hiding an inmate who had been working as a federal informant. Jurors convicted James Sexton after...
  • Warlocks shootout survivor: I saw defendant shoot my friend in the head

    Warlocks shootout survivor: I saw defendant shoot my friend in the head
    SANFORD – A survivor of a biker gun battle at the Winter Springs VFW told jurors Tuesday evening that he saw defendant Paul "the Dog" Smith shoot a rival gang member in the head immediately after the man stood up, clutching his shoulder and said...
  • Woman accused of embezzling $400K from Pines business

    Woman accused of embezzling $400K from Pines business
    A Fort Lauderdale woman is facing a grand theft charge in a $400,000 embezzlement case, Pembroke Pines police said. Isabella Maria Palacios, 30, is accused of writing 119 checks to herself between October 2012 and October 2013 when she worked as an...
  • Hartford Firefighter Files Complaint Against Police

    HARTFORD — A firefighter has filed a complaint with Hartford police saying that officers working a concert at the Xfinity Theater Saturday allowed a man who aimed a handgun at someone leave the venue because he was an off-duty police officer at...
  • West Hartford Woman Charged With Assaulting Mother Will Have Court Trial

    HARTFORD — A lawyer for a West Hartford woman accused of trying to kill her 70-year-old mother in February told a judge Tuesday that he plans to argue at trial that the woman is not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect. Gail Litsky, 47,...