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  • A clean slate

    The unfortunate young girls and women who are forced to work as prostitutes by sex traffickers and criminal gangs are doubly victimized when, as inevitably happens, they end up in court. They have been cruelly exploited by the pimps and panderers who...
  • Wallingford Police Seize 19 Ounces Of Meth, Arrest Two

    Wallingford Police Seize 19 Ounces Of Meth, Arrest Two
    WALLINGFORD — Two were charged Monday night two after police seized 19 ounces of crystal methamphetamine, a drug that long has run rampant across much of the country but only recently begun to surface in the state. Officers had responded to the...
  • Chicago homicides continue drop, but grim trend in shootings

    Chicago homicides continue drop, but grim trend in shootings
    With the Chicago Police Department focused on combating gang violence, stemming the flow of illegal firearms and dismantling drug-trafficking operations, the number of killings in the city continued its downward trend in 2014, and the year is on pace to...
  • Court documents detail alleged Selenski murders

    While Paul Weakley now says he won't testify against homicide suspect Hugo Selenski, he has already told investigators how the duo killed a Wyoming County pharmacist and his girlfriend in May 2002, according to recently revealed court documents. Weakley...
  • Pa. justices split on text messages as evidence of drug trade

    The text messages an alleged drug dealer purportedly sent to a buyer cannot be used as evidence in a trial, the state Supreme Court has ruled, but the decision is far from an all-out ban on using electronic communications to prove crimes. Police...
  • Year after Obama-ordered prison release, ex-drug dealer finds career

     Year after Obama-ordered prison release, ex-drug dealer finds career
    One year ago, Reynolds Wintersmith had just finished his morning workout and was preparing to take his cool-down lap in the prison yard when — over the music playing in his MP3 player — he faintly heard his name over the loudspeaker....
  • Key 'Serial' witness fears for his family's safety

    Key 'Serial' witness fears for his family's safety
    Update2: "Serial" fans -- now's your chance to decide who you believe. The third and final part of "The Intercept's" interview with Jay Wilds finally was made available to curious readers everywhere on New Year's Day. Wilds, the key witness against...
  • Hartford Police Seize Guns, Drugs, Money

    Hartford Police Seize Guns, Drugs, Money
    HARTFORD — Police seized four guns, lots of heroin and cash and charged two people with weapon and narcotics offenses New Year's Eve. Police raided 70 Gillette St. about 6 p.m. Wednesday. Officers had obtained information that there were drugs and...
  • Colorado and Washington have lessons to share from front lines of US's marijuana experiment

    Don't worry about a federal lawsuit. But do worry about tax rates. Those are among the many lessons Colorado and Washington have to share from the front lines of America's marijuana experiment. LESSON ONE: DON'T BE TIMID Public officials in the...
  • Maine Woman Arrested On Pot Charges In South Windsor

    Maine Woman Arrested On Pot Charges In South Windsor
    SOUTH WINDSOR — A Maine woman was arrested on marijuana charges during an investigation into drug sales in Manchester and South Windsor, police said Friday. Sarah Elizabeth Ingalls, 26, of New Sharon, was charged with possession of more than four...
  • Convicted Easton drug dealer wins time-served sentence at appeal

    Convicted Easton drug dealer wins time-served sentence at appeal
    In 2012, an Easton barbershop owner accused of selling drugs represented himself at trial with disastrous results: He was found guilty and sentenced to 4 1/2 to 21 years in state prison. But after an appeal, Antonio S. Valle won a rare do-over in...