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  • NYC Court Calendar

    Associated Press NYC Court Calendar for Friday, Apr. 17. 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...
  • Oklahoma teen convicted in slaying of Australian baseball player

    Oklahoma teen convicted in slaying of Australian baseball player
    An Oklahoma teenager whose attorney said he only meant to scare an Australian college baseball player by firing a shot at him was convicted Friday of first-degree murder. The Stephens County jury found Chancey Allen Luna guilty in the Aug. 16, 2013,...
  • 'It's devastating,' says relative of slain men; boy is killing suspect

    'It's devastating,' says relative of slain men; boy is killing suspect
    Zach Miner already was grieving the shooting deaths of his brother and cousin. His relatives died so young, each in their early 20s. But the West Boynton double-murder case took a turn Thursday, when authorities announced the person responsible for...
  • Man, friend held in slaying of teen girlfriend

    At age 12, Harveltz Beaubrun beat his 17-month-old cousin to death with a wooden baseball bat. Now, the 19-year-old man is accused in another bloody slaying — that of his 18-year-old girlfriend. Authorities on April 11 arrested Beaubrun along...
  • Eighth-grader charged with killing mother will remain in adult jail

    Eighth-grader charged with killing mother will remain in adult jail
    Eighth-grader Jamie Silvonek, accused of having her mother killed because she refused to let her date her older soldier boyfriend, will remain in adult jail after a Lehigh County judge denied a petition to have her transferred to a juvenile facility....
  • U.S. Marshals' fugitive sweep nets 41 in Hampton Roads

    U.S. Marshals' fugitive sweep nets 41 in Hampton Roads
    NORFOLK — The U.S. Marshals Service said Friday that it has arrested 41 fugitives in Hampton Roads in recent weeks in a joint effort with local agencies, part of similar manhunts taking place around the country. The roundup included a man...
  • Drug dealer-turned-government witness given 40 years in prison

     Drug dealer-turned-government witness given 40 years in prison
    Saul Rodriguez was a one-man crime wave, ordering the killings of at least three men, kidnapping nearly 30 drug dealers to steal their cash and narcotics, and trafficking in thousands of kilograms of cocaine, federal prosecutors say. Rodriguez even had...
  • Chicago fugitive in 2009 fatal hit-run extradited from Mexico, faces trial

    Chicago fugitive in 2009 fatal hit-run extradited from Mexico, faces trial
    Sitting in a relative's sparse brick home in Central Mexico three years ago, Carlos Castillo talked about the night a fatal hit-and-run accident killed a promising DePaul University student and sent him on the run from Chicago. He said he had met...
  • Feds Disclose Recording Of Gardner Museum Heist Suspect Negotiating Sale Of Art

    Feds Disclose Recording Of Gardner Museum Heist Suspect Negotiating Sale Of Art
    Robert Gentile, the Hartford mobster the FBI believes may be the last, best hope for tracking down hundreds of millions of dollars in art stolen from Boston's Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, was arrested again Friday, and a prosecutor disclosed that...
  • Woman not guilty in 2012 crash deaths of two West Boca women

    Woman not guilty in 2012 crash deaths of two West Boca women
    Joanne Luu did not have a license to drive three years ago when — with a cocaine byproduct in her blood and a crack pipe in the car — she blew a red light and slammed her BMW into a Toyota filled with three generations of West Boca family...
  • Witness takes back murder accusation in Shock Trauma worker's death, but testifies that men intimidated her

    A day after dismissing double-murder charges against two men, Baltimore prosecutors asked a judge to convict them of intimidating the witness whose account had led to the dropped charges. The witness, Marnae Lewis, testified that she erroneously...