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  • Montana homeowner convicted of setting deadly trap for German student

    A Montana man accused of setting a trap for burglars in his garage, and then shooting a German foreign exchange student who entered, was found guilty of deliberate homicide, a jury decided Wednesday. Markus Hendrick Kaarma, 29, of Missoula, had been...
  • Salesman accused of pawning jewelry intended for sale arrested again

    Salesman accused of pawning jewelry intended for sale arrested again
    A salesman who was arrested in October for reportedly pawning goods he was supposed to sell was arrested again Tuesday after another business accused him of the same crime. The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office said Gregg Sulkin was accused of theft...
  • Deputies investigate after discovery of slaying victim outside business

    Deputies investigate after discovery of slaying victim outside business
    Orange County deputies are investigating after a man was found dead outside a business on Chancery Lane just north of Florida Mall on Wednesday. The man, 18-year-old Romelo Hicks, was found about 7:20 a.m. Deputies say a passerby saw him laying on the...
  • Some theaters drop 'The Interview' amid Sony hacker threats

    Concerned about threats to moviegoers, theater owners are starting to pull "The Interview" from their holiday lineups amid a relentless cyberattack that has wreaked havoc on Sony Pictures Entertainment. The dropping of the film from the lucrative...
  • Police killings increase calls for independent investigations

    WASHINGTON When New York state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman recently sought authority to investigate and prosecute cases that involve police killings of unarmed civilians, it was a watershed moment for Vincent Warren. The executive director of...
  • Australia orders sweeping investigation after deadly hostage siege

    Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott on Wednesday ordered a sweeping investigation into a deadly hostage siege after tough new security laws and the courts failed to stop a convicted felon from walking into a Sydney cafe with a concealed shotgun....
  • Tennessee police looking for Christmas tree thief

    Police in suburban Nashville are looking for a Scrooge who sawed off a live Christmas tree loaded with decorations in a suspected holiday season theft. All that was left of the 10-foot tree was a tiny stump and a lot of questions as to who made off...
  • Preliminary Probe: Father Killed Son, Self In Cheshire

    Preliminary Probe: Father Killed Son, Self In Cheshire
    CHESHIRE — A father apparently shot his son to death Tuesday before turning the gun on himself, police said Wednesday. Police received a 911 call from the house at 772 Cornwall Ave. at 3:45 p.m. reporting a possible untimely death. Christopher...
  • UPDATE: 21-year-old charged in Norfolk shooting

    UPDATE: 21-year-old charged in Norfolk shooting
    A man was taken to the hospital after he was shot in Norfolk Tuesday morning, according to a police department news release. The shooting happened in the 7900 block of Westcliff Drive just after 8:30 a.m., the release states. Police do not believe the...
  • Sex offender charged with stalking 11-year-old boy, leaving him love letters, peach roses

    Sex offender charged with stalking 11-year-old boy, leaving him love letters, peach roses
    For two years, a registered sex offender would watch a boy in Allentown and leave love letters for him, attaching a peach-colored rose to each one, according to court records. In one of the letters, Clyde W. Ruppel, 73, told the boy, now 13, that he...
  • Prosecutors: Midlothian cop used unreasonable force on suspect

    Prosecutors: Midlothian cop used unreasonable force on suspect
    James Snyder had just left a Midlothian bar early Thanksgiving morning three years ago when he heard someone shout at him from across the parking lot and was suddenly charged by several men. Testifying in federal court Tuesday, Snyder said that as he...