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  • Judge again rejects mistrial in Indianapolis house explosion case

    Judge again rejects mistrial in Indianapolis house explosion case
    An Indiana judge on Thursday denied a defense request for a mistrial in the case of a man accused of planning a deadly Indianapolis house explosion, saying he didn't find any wrongdoing by prosecutors. St. Joseph Superior Court Judge John Marnocha...
  • Judge rejects mistrial in Indianapolis house explosion case

    An Indiana judge denied on Thursday a defense request for a mistrial in the case of a man accused of planning a deadly Indianapolis house explosion, saying he didn't find any wrongdoing by prosecutors. St. Joseph Superior Court Judge John Marnocha...
  • Police: Man arrested in Chesterfield hotel explosion, fire

    Authorities say a resident of an extended-stay hotel in Midlothian has been arrested after they say he intentionally ignited an accelerant to start a fire inside his room, triggering an explosion that blew out a window and its frame. The Richmond Times-...
  • Indianapolis house blast trial delayed for mistrial motion

    An Indiana judge will hear arguments Thursday on whether to grant a mistrial for a man accused of rigging a deadly Indianapolis house explosion, after the man's attorneys claimed his right to a fair trial had been jeopardized by a miscalculation of a...
  • Judge Denies Bail For Enfield Arson Suspect, Sets Hearing

    Judge Denies Bail For Enfield Arson Suspect, Sets Hearing
    HARTFORD — A Superior Court judge on Tuesday refused to allow Davidson Izzo, the 17-year-old accused of setting five arson fires in Enfield, to post bail and leave jail. Instead, Judge Julia D. Dewey questioned the source of the money put forth...
  • NYC Court Calendar

    Associated Press NYC Court Calendar for Tuesday, Jun. 23. The daybook is for planning purposes only and is not intended for publication or broadcast. You should verify any event you plan to cover. Please keep the AP in mind when news develops. The New...
  • Arson suspected in Aurora truck fire

    An vehicle was found engulfed in flames early Tuesday morning in Aurora, police said. Aurora Police Department spokesman Dan Ferrelli said officers were called to the 900 block of Roberts Street around 2:49 a.m. for reports of a suspicious fire....
  • Judge Increases Bail For Enfield Arson Suspect

    Judge Increases Bail For Enfield Arson Suspect
    HARTFORD — A judge on Monday sharply increased the bail for Davidson Izzo, the teenager accused of setting five arson fires in Enfield. Hartford Superior Court Judge Joan K. Alexander agreed last week to a request by Davidson's lawyer, Patrick...
  • Vernon Hills arson case may move to mental health court

    Vernon Hills arson case may move to mental health court
    Lake County Mental Health Court services are being considered as an option for the defense of a Vernon Hills woman accused of setting fires in several of the village's parks. Stephanie Wollar, 28, was scheduled for trial July 6 on eight counts of...
  • Man charged with arson in fire near Newport News train station

    Man charged with arson in fire near Newport News train station
    A 62-year-old homeless man was accused of setting a fire near a Newport News train station, fire department officials said. Steven Allen Ussery was arrested Friday and charged with arson in a Tuesday incident at the Amtrak station at 9903 Warwick Blvd.,...
  • Morgantown woman pleaded guilty to apartment complex arson

    A Morgantown woman has pleaded guilty to a May 2014 arson at the Chateau Royale apartment complex. The Dominion Post (http://bit.ly/1dNXd7W ) reports 33-year-old Sarah Beth Meckley pleaded guilty Thursday to arson of a building used in interstate...