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  • Cash, jewelry and clothing stolen from Burbank apartment

    Police are investigating a home burglary in which several thousand dollars in cash, as well as jewelry and clothing, were stolen from a Burbank apartment on Thursday evening, police said. Sometime between 7:30 and 8:30 p.m., thieves entered the...
  • Judge says Tonkins trying to stall $845K embezzlement trial

    Judge says Tonkins trying to stall $845K embezzlement trial
    Just nine days before their $845,000 embezzlement trial is set to begin, Nancy and William Tonkin drew the ire of a Lehigh County judge on Friday by complaining about their attorney and asking for a continuance. "Quite frankly, I see this as a stall...
  • Authorities arrest man suspected of following woman home, robbing her at knifepoint

    Authorities arrest man suspected of following woman home, robbing her at knifepoint
    Authorities on Thursday arrested a man who allegedly followed a Dania Beach woman home, then robbed her at knifepoint in front of witnesses. Ramon Fernando Rivera-Lopez, 35, of New Port Richey, will face charges of armed burglary and robbery with a...
  • Suspect, 15, charged as adult in death of Oakland Park woman

    Suspect, 15, charged as adult in death of Oakland Park woman
    A teenager accused of fatally stabbing his Oakland Park neighbor in the chest during a burglary is being charged as an adult. D'Marcus Tucker, 15, appeared in Broward bond court Friday and was ordered held without bond on charges of murder, burglary...
  • Blotter: Unlicensed massage therapist charged in Barrington

    Blotter: Unlicensed massage therapist charged in Barrington
    The following items were taken from Barrington police reports: A 52-year-old from Chicago was charged with unlicensed massage therapist, failure to provide employee list, false advertising and operating outside of hours of operation in the 100 block...
  • A more open government

    In our continued fight for greater openness and transparency in government, we found the following items worthy of comment. A public debate Hampton Councilman Donnie Tuck deserves citizens' thanks for raising questions about the city's participation...
  • 2 arrested with assault rifles plead not guilty to weapons charges

    2 arrested with assault rifles plead not guilty to weapons charges
    Two people accused of driving a vanload of AK-47 assault rifles and ammunition through Newport Beach pleaded not guilty Tuesday to felony weapons charges. Andrew John Cardiel Jr., 42, and Heather Magun Gurule, 30, are still in Orange County Jail with...
  • Blotter: Paintballs shot at windows of Morton Grove businesses

    Blotter: Paintballs shot at windows of Morton Grove businesses
    The following items were taken from Morton Grove police reports: A suspicious person was reported in the 8800 block of Major Avenue on Oct. 29. A man wearing a baseball cap and a neon construction vest reportedly went into a woman's back yard and told...
  • Judges question ATF stings that lure suspects into fictitious stickups

    Over a late breakfast at a Denny's by the freeway in Torrance, two gang members listened to an offer of a lifetime. A drug courier invited them to rob a house stashed with pure cocaine worth at least six, if not seven figures. There would be a couple of...
  • Ex-Miami Dolphin Kuechenberg's championship rings recovered

    Ex-Miami Dolphin Kuechenberg's championship rings recovered
    Former Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Bob Kuechenberg can raise his perfect season Super Bowl ring skyward again. Fort Lauderdale police say they recovered on Tuesday Kuechenberg's Super Bowl ring from the team's undefeated 1972 season and another...
  • Schuylkill driver snaps nozzle from gas pump, keeps going, police say

    Schuylkill driver snaps nozzle from gas pump, keeps going, police say
    A Tamaqua man gassed up his vehicle Tuesday at the My Hometown Mini Mart's pumps and failed to stop after he snapped off a gas nozzle and hose as he left, police said. An investigation led to Samuel Miletto, 44, who Rush Township police said had neither...