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  • Argument escalates into machete assault, Riviera Beach police say

    Argument escalates into machete assault, Riviera Beach police say
    A woman is in jail after police say she pulled a machete during an argument with another woman and caused a three-inch cut. Shaumbrica Stubbs, 26, of Lake Worth, has been charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. Francilia Rodney, 26, of...
  • Three charged after stabbing outside Emmaus bar

    Three people have been charged in connection with a fight outside an Emmaus bar that led to a stabbing last month. Borough police say Daniel Hobart Merritt, 29, of the first block of South Lea Street, Macungie, stabbed Jordan Pagan, 25, of the 500...
  • City to pay $63K to woman police shocked with Taser

    City to pay $63K to woman police shocked with Taser
    Baltimore's spending panel approved a $63,000 payment Wednesday to settle a police brutality lawsuit filed by a woman shocked with a Taser in 2012. The lawsuit concerns the events of April 30, 2012, when Ashley Overbey called Baltimore police to...
  • Police: Two men charged in Allentown robbery

    Police: Two men charged in Allentown robbery
    Allentown police have charged two men with robbery and assault after a holdup early Saturday, according to Lehigh County Court records. Jared Steel Vansolkema, 23, and Adrian Tosado, 21, are charged in the robbery that happened around 2:20 a.m. in the...
  • Rapper Gucci Mane gets 3 more years in prison

    ATLANTA Rapper Gucci Mane pleaded guilty Monday to assaulting a fan who wanted a picture with him. Fulton County Superior Court Judge Tom Campbell sentenced Mane, whose given name is Radric Davis, to three years in prison for hitting an Army staff...
  • Janay Rice, the student, mother, friend

    Janay Rice, the student, mother, friend
    She is the girl from a rundown neighborhood who became class president at a posh prep school. A quiet and driven Towson University student. An adoring mother. One of the unofficial leaders of the sisterhood of wives and girlfriends of Ravens teammates....
  • Despite arrest, San Diego police still hunt attacker in North Park

    Despite arrest, San Diego police still hunt attacker in North Park
    When San Diego police this week announced the arrest of a suspect in a string of late-night attacks on women in North Park, residents of the neighborhood expressed relief. But on Friday, police said that the suspect, David Drake, 23, has been cleared in...
  • Detroit prep football star arrested hours after release from jail

    Jayru Campbell the Detroit Cass Tech football star who served time in jail for assaulting a school security officer is back in police custody Friday, just hours after being released from jail. A source familiar with the incident told the Free Press...
  • Vikings Peterson Indicted On Child Abuse Charges

    Adrian Peterson, All-Pro running back for the Minnesota Vikings, was indicted Friday on charges he struck his young son with a switch in Texas, his attorney said in a statement. A grand jury in Montgomery County returned the indictment Friday afternoon...
  • NFL roundup: Vikings' Peterson indicted, deactivated

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: Updated with new Peterson information, drug policy NFL roundup: Vikings' Peterson indicted, deactivated The Minnesota Vikings on Friday deactivated running back Adrian Peterson for Sunday's game against the New England...
  • NFL scrutinized over Ray Rice inquiry, other domestic violence cases

    The NFL has been dogged by the same questions for a couple of days: Did the league ever see video from the actual beating Ray Rice gave his then-fiancée? And, if it didn't, why not? Here is another question for Commissioner Roger Goodell and the other...