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  • Suge Knight likely to remain in custody over the weekend, attorney says

    Rap mogul Suge Knight will likely remain jailed through the weekend following his arrest for allegedly running over two men outside a burger joint in Compton, killing one. Knight isn't expected to make bail until Monday, his attorney, James Blatt,...
  • Virginia lawmakers kill bills meant to protect rights of accused students

    Virginia lawmakers kill bills meant to protect rights of accused students
    Legislators shot down a trio of bills this week meant to give students who are accused of sexual assault more rights during the internal campus inquiries that can lead to expulsion. The bills were tabled at a small House subcommittee meeting, and as the...
  • Blotter: Fire destroys garage and vehicle in Naperville

    Naperville The following items were taken from Naperville police reports: Vehicle windows were broken in the 5200 block of Papaw Drive between 7 p.m. Jan. 27 and 9 a.m. Jan. 28. Cannabis was found on the ground in the 0-100 block of West 87th Street...
  • Detectives hunt repeat rooftop robbers

    Detectives hunt repeat rooftop robbers
    Authorities are on the hunt for two masked men who have been terrorizing employees of money-lending stores throughout Broward County. Since September, the two-man team has stolen thousands in cash from safes at cash advance businesses in Sunrise,...
  • Florida drops charges against George Zimmerman after ex-girlfriend recants

    Florida officials on Friday dropped aggravated-assault charges against George Zimmerman after an ex-girlfriend recanted her story that he threw a wine bottle at her, ending the latest brush with the law for the man who was acquitted of fatally shooting an...
  • Hampton police investigating death of 2-year-old as homicide

    Hampton police are investigating the Wednesday death of a 2-year-old girl as a homicide. Just after 7 a.m., emergency responders were called to a home in the 2000 block of Seldendale Drive, where they found the child unresponsive, according to a news...
  • Judge allows videotaped police interview for Highland Park murder trial

    Judge allows videotaped police interview for Highland Park murder trial
    A videotaped statement in which a Highland Park teen allegedly admitted to police he was present during a 2013 murder can be presented at trial, a Lake County judge ruled Thursday. Judge Victoria Rossetti rejected defense attorney Michael Krejci's...
  • School cafeteria worker lewdly touched 9-year-olds, police say

    School cafeteria worker lewdly touched 9-year-olds, police say
    A 30-year-old cafeteria worker at a Kissimmee elementary school is accused of touching students inappropriately during hugs, police said Friday. Jonathan Caraballo, a part-time cafeteria monitor at Highlands Elementary School, was arrested and charged...
  • Blotter: Burglary attempted on Weidner Road in Buffalo Grove

    Blotter: Burglary attempted on Weidner Road in Buffalo Grove
    The police blotter includes incidents listed in the official reports of the Buffalo Grove Police Department. Readers are reminded that an arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt. Only a court of law can make that determination. ATTEMPTED BURGLARY...
  • Man who killed 4 in Orlando in 1985 wants justices to block execution

    Man who killed 4 in Orlando in 1985 wants justices to block execution
    A death-row inmate convicted of killing four people in Orlando in 1985 asked the Florida Supreme Court on Friday to at least temporarily block his scheduled Feb. 26 execution while the U.S. Supreme Court considers a challenge to a key drug used in...
  • Jurors hear grisly testimony in trial of former Burr Oak workers

    Jurors hear grisly testimony in trial of former Burr Oak workers
    A worker at Burr Oak Cemetery was the main state witness Thursday in the trial of two brothers, former workers at the cemetery, who are accused of digging up bodies to make room for new burials and then dumping bodies in a remote area of the Alsip...