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  • Murder charge expected in Oklahoma beheading case

    Murder charge expected in Oklahoma beheading case
    Authorities expect charges to be filed Tuesday against an Oklahoma man suspected of beheading a co-worker and attacking another before he was shot by an off-duty sheriff’s deputy. Detectives met with prosecutors Monday afternoon to present...
  • Hornets can move on without Jeff Taylor, coach Clifford says

    Troubling as the Charlotte Hornets found Jeff Taylor's arrest, their coach said Monday the roster has the depth to compensate for Taylor's absence. Small forward Taylor was charged with domestic violence Thursday following a late-night incident at an...
  • Men charged with assaulting 'pirate' neighbor

    Men charged with assaulting 'pirate' neighbor
    Capt. Jack Sparrow never suffered such indignity. Larry Harcar was swaggering down his street last week in full "Pirates of the Caribbean" regalia: Bearded, in black and with a toy gun and sword. It's what he likes doing this time of year — for...
  • Arizona Cardinals player indicted over accusations of hitting wife

    PHOENIX (Reuters) - Arizona Cardinals running back Jonathan Dwyer has been indicted for felony aggravated assault over accusations he broke his wife's nose during one of two alleged domestic incidents in July, court documents showed on Monday. Dwyer, 25,...
  • Man Who Testified Against A Cop Is Arraigned On A Murder Charge

    Man Who Testified Against A Cop Is Arraigned On A Murder Charge
    HARTFORD — Brandon Henry, known for being a witness to a fatal shooting by a police officer, was arraigned on a murder charge Friday in Superior Court. Police served a warrant charging Henry, 31, of East Hartford with felony murder, reckless...
  • Suspect in co-worker's beheading was recently released from probation

    A man suspected of beheading a woman he worked with and stabbing another was a convicted felon who had been released from probation this year, Oklahoma corrections officials confirmed Thursday. Alton Nolen, 30, was released from probation in April,...
  • Gloucester, Mathews arrest report

    Gloucester In the 7400 block of Justic Drive On Sept. 22 a male in custody being held in a holding cell at Gloucester Courthouse broke the glass from a window causing injury to his hand and attempted to spatter the blood from the injury on corrections...
  • Black troops proved their mettle in brutal Civil War battle

    When the troops of Brig. Gen. Charles Paine's Third Division crossed the James River at Deep Bottom on Sept. 29, 1864, they were not the first Union men to face the formidable Confederate defenses at New Market Heights near Richmond. Twice before, the...
  • Bethlehem man charged with stabbing attempt

    A Bethlehem man is accused of trying to stab and slash another man on East 4th Street. Jhovann Cardona-Benitez, of the 700 block of Pembroke Road, allegedly attacked Elkin Irizarry-Cruz on Thursday evening and was restrained by several witnesses before...
  • Brutal attack sparks debate about crimes against homeless

    Brutal attack sparks debate about crimes against homeless
    David Dupons awoke in pain, blood oozing out of his right eye. Someone had attacked the 54-year-old homeless man while he slept in a vacant lot off North Ridgewood Avenue in Daytona Beach. "My whole eye socket was totally shattered," Dupons said. "I...
  • Orlando's electric utility fights cyberwar

    Orlando's electric utility fights cyberwar
    Security staffers at Orlando's utility have been watching for more than a year now as the digital tentacles of hackers reach through the World Wide Web and caress the power provider's computerized operations — not a few times, or thousands, but...