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  • Judge: No release from jail for man charged in fatal shooting of step-grandfather outside Delray home

    Judge: No release from jail for man charged in fatal shooting of step-grandfather outside Delray home
    Edna Joseph wants all three men charged in the Feb. 6 killing of her father to remain in jail before their trial. So on Friday, she was relieved to watch Palm Beach County Circuit Judge Glenn Kelley deny bond for defendant Harut Saroyan, 18, step-...
  • Anita Alvarez not to blame for cop exoneration

    Anita Alvarez not to blame for cop exoneration
    Don't blame Anita. I've been a frequent critic of Cook County State's Attorney Anita Alvarez, but she's getting a bad rap from those blaming her office for the surprise, troubling acquittal last week of Chicago police Detective Dante Servin. Servin...
  • Easton triple murderer: I want a new trial in front of jury

    Serving life in prison for murdering three people in Easton, a New Jersey convict now wishes he'd taken his chances with a jury. To avoid a possible death sentence in 2011, Demar Edwards agreed to be tried instead by a Northampton County judge, who...
  • Delray man accused of killing mom, 2 kids, to stand trial in October

    Delray man accused of killing mom, 2 kids, to stand trial in October
    A trial for a Delray Beach felon accused of three murders, including the deaths of two children, is coming this fall. Palm Beach County Circuit Judge John Kastrenakes on Friday scheduled a Sept. 22 court date to determine precisely when to begin jury...
  • Barrington High School graduate pleads guilty to New York murder

    Barrington High School graduate pleads guilty to New York murder
    A 2013 Barrington High School graduate pleaded guilty Friday to killing a New York woman, according to Long Island officials. Maxwell Sherman, of Long Beach, N.Y., was first arrested in August 2013 for the murder of 18-year-old Lauren Daverin-Gresham of...
  • Canadian court to extradite 2 to New Hampshire in '88 deaths

    The Supreme Court of Canada has ordered the extradition of two men to New Hampshire to face murder charges in the deaths of two women nearly 27 years ago. The ruling followed a hearing Thursday on Anthony Barnaby and David Caplin. They are Canadian...
  • Bail set at $1M for Ohio woman charged in mother's slaying

    A woman accused of killing her mother is in jail in southwest Ohio with bail set at $1 million. Court officials say a Hamilton County judge set the bail Friday for 41-year-old Nikole Flagg who was arrested on a warrant charging aggravated murder. Court...
  • Daughter recalls horror after slaying of parents as anniversary draws near

    Daughter recalls horror after slaying of parents as anniversary draws near
    Valerie Zollinger called her mom on her way home from work the night before to talk about how excited she was to see her parents that weekend. It was a Thursday, and Zollinger and her husband, Kevin, had just gotten back from their honeymoon, she...
  • Newport News jury finds gang member guilty in double-murder trial, recommends 83-year prison sentence

    Newport News jury finds gang member guilty in double-murder trial, recommends 83-year prison sentence
    NEWPORT NEWS — A Newport News jury found a man guilty on all counts in the homicides of two teenagers and recommended that he spend 83 years behind bars. Floyd Taybron, 23, was found guilty of killing Barry Eugene Richardson, 16, of Newport News,...
  • New York man admits strangling woman near Long Island park

    An attorney for a suburban New York man who admitted strangling a teenager he met near a Long Island park said Friday that his client pleaded guilty to second-degree murder to save his family and the victim's family from going through a trial. Maxwell...
  • Broward judge won't reduce bond in fatal hit-run case

    Broward judge won't reduce bond in fatal hit-run case
    Broward Circuit Judge Bernard Bober declined Thursday to reduce bail for a man accused of trying to leave the scene of a child's fatal accident in Oakland Park last year. Delivrance Delien, 65, has been held in lieu of $135,000 bond since his arrest...