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  • Man arrested on manslaughter charge in girlfriend's fatal shooting

    Man arrested on manslaughter charge in girlfriend's fatal shooting
    A 33-year-old man was arrested on a manslaughter charge in Seminole County, suspected of negligence in the Wednesday morning shooting death of his longtime girlfriend, the Sheriff's Office said. Deputies said they responded to a report of an...
  • 33 Crips, Bloods arrested in San Bernardino, Highland crackdown

    33 Crips, Bloods arrested in San Bernardino, Highland crackdown
    Authorities in San Bernardino and Highland arrested 33 known gang members this month in an attempt to halt growing violenceĀ in those communities. Those arrested are members of the Crips and Bloods, whose intense rivalry turned even more violent in...
  • Sex offender had GPS bracelet removed and went unmonitored

    Sex offender had GPS bracelet removed and went unmonitored
    A high-risk sex offender now charged with raping and murdering four women had his GPS tracking bracelet removed and went unmonitored for nearly two weeks as the string of killings continued in Orange County, according to court records reviewed by The...
  • 35 years later, man sentenced to prison for ex-girlfriend's murder

    35 years later, man sentenced to prison for ex-girlfriend's murder
    Donna Wigmore was supposed to get married in the summer of 1979. Instead she holed up in her parents’ backyard, enveloped in shock after her older sister was murdered. The case went unsolved for three decades, but the pain didn’t pass with...
  • Englewood student's fatal shooting reinforces fears of parents, classmates

    Englewood student's fatal shooting reinforces fears of parents, classmates
    For students at Johnson College Prep, traveling to and from school in the Englewood neighborhood is so perilous that some parents deliver their children to school and pick them up — added work, to be sure, but for many the only way they see to...
  • Newtown victims' families sue maker of gun used in 2012 attack

    Newtown victims' families sue maker of gun used in 2012 attack
    The families of nine people killed in a 2012 massacre at a Newtown, Connecticut, elementary school sued the maker of the gun used in the attack on Monday, saying the weapon should not have been sold because it had no reasonable civilian purpose. While...
  • Hartford Police Make Arrest In Fatal Stabbing

    Hartford Police Make Arrest In Fatal Stabbing
    HARTFORD — A Burton Street man has been charged with murder in connection with the Saturday morning stabbing death of Jonathan Lamont Cox, 34, of Benton St. Leshawn-Anthony Davis, 27, was ordered held on $1 million bail at his arraignment Monday...
  • Man guilty of killing PA police dog Rocco

    Man guilty of killing PA police dog Rocco
    The man accused of stabbing and killing a Pittsburgh police dog and injuring officers was found guilty today on 11 of 12 charges against him. John Rush, 22, was found guilty of torture of a police animal, four counts of aggravated assault, disarming a...
  • Pennsylvania man guilty in stabbing death of police dog

    A Pennsylvania man was found guilty on Monday in the killing of a German Shepherd police dog whose death inspired "Rocco's Law," strengthening penalties for such crimes, court officials said. A Pittsburg jury found John Rush, 22, guilty of 11 charges...
  • DNA on hat left at scene leads to arrest in July killing

    DNA on an Orlando Magic cap left behind after a July shooting led Baltimore police to a suspect, the department announced Wednesday. Police on Tuesday charged Omar McGee, 25, of the 200 block of Caraway Road, with first-degree murder in the July 4...
  • Lawyers Argue Tiffany Stevens' Intent In Murder-For-Hire Trial

     Lawyers Argue Tiffany Stevens' Intent In Murder-For-Hire Trial
    HARTFORD — Tiffany Stevens' guilt or innocence is a relatively simple question, prosecutor Anthony Bochicchio told a Hartford Superior Court jury during closing arguments Wednesday. If the Superior Court jurors believe John McDaid, the handyman she...