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  • Police investigating murder-suicide in Montgomery County

    Police investigating murder-suicide in Montgomery County
    Montgomery County officials are investigating a possible murder-suicide Thursday in Montgomery Township. Township police were dispatched at 6:47 p.m. on a report of shots fired in the 800 block of Karens Court. Police found Brienne Francisco, 36, in...
  • Prosecutors: Judge could consider lesser offense for officer

    A judge could consider lesser charges against a policeman for his role in the fatal shootings of two unarmed people in a car in a 137-shot barrage of police gunfire, according to a motion filed Friday by prosecutors, who insisted they've proved their...
  • Six Baltimore Police Officers Charged In Man's Death

    BALTIMORE — In a remarkably swift response to community demands for action, Baltimore's prosecutor announced criminal charges Friday against six Baltimore police officers who arrested and transported Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old black man who died...
  • Police arrest 2nd teenager in Des Moines homicide

    Police have charged a second teenager with murder in the death of an Illinois man at a Des Moines home. Des Moines police on Friday charged a 16-year-old with first-degree murder and robbery in the November 2014 shooting death of 24-year-old Aaron...
  • Drug dealer acquitted of murder but found guilty of robbery, burglary

    Drug dealer acquitted of murder but found guilty of robbery, burglary
    A Sanford jury Friday acquitted an Orlando crack cocaine dealer of murder but found him guilty of taking part in a home invasion and robbery near Winter Park that left his 450-pound customer dead. Jurors deliberated about five hours before acquitting 26-...
  • Bail for youth who broke police-car window dramatically higher than that for officer charged with second-degree murder of Freddie Gray

    Bail for youth who broke police-car window dramatically higher than that for officer charged with second-degree murder of Freddie Gray
    Allen Bullock, the young man who helped smash the windows out of a police car last Saturday, is being held on $500,000 bail for one count of riot, two counts of malicious destruction of property over $1,000, two counts of rogue and vagabond, one count...
  • NY woman volunteered where police believe she killed fiance

    A woman accused of killing her fiance and falsely reporting he died in a kayaking accident volunteered as a gardener on the scenic Hudson River island where police say the crime happened. Angelika Graswald was charged with murder on Thursday, 11 days...
  • Deliberations drag out in 1979 case of missing boy Etan Patz

    Deliberations drag out in 1979 case of missing boy Etan Patz
    Over nine days, the 12 jurors have asked to see dozens of exhibits, to have hours and hours of trial transcripts read to them and for access to a computer to organize their thoughts. Still, no verdict. The deliberations at the trial of a man accused...
  • Plan set for next retrial in Circle K clerk murders case

    Plan set for next retrial in Circle K clerk murders case
    The five-year anniversary of the killings of two Greenacres convenience store clerks during a robbery arrived recently with the case still unresolved. But Friday, tentative plans emerged for yet another attempt at a trial. Palm Beach Circuit Court...
  • Frein lawyers seek end to use of name, image in DA campaign

    The man accused of shooting to death a Pennsylvania state trooper and wounding another asked a judge Friday to order the prosecutor to stop using his name or photo in campaign materials. Attorneys for Eric Frein requested an injunction to prevent Pike...
  • Inmate goes public with why he killed serial murderer Jeffrey Dahmer

    Inmate goes public with why he killed serial murderer Jeffrey Dahmer
    The inmate who fatally beat serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer in prison in the early 1990s says Dahmer taunted inmates with "severed limbs" he would construct out of pieces of food. Dahmer, accused of killing 17 men and boys and eating the flesh of some of...