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  • Cromwell Man Pleads Guilty To Child Exploitation Charges

    BRIDGEPORT — A Cromwell man pleaded guilty in federal court this week to child exploitatation charges, the U.S. Attorney' office said. Samuel DiProto, 63, who is a retired Middletown police officer, is scheduled to be sentenced on Dec. 2. The...
  • La Crescenta, La Caņada residents caught up in downtown Los Angeles raid

    Two local residents, one from La Crescenta and another from La Caņada Flintridge, were among those caught up in an early morning raid in the Los Angeles Fashion District Wednesday in connection with investigations into alleged money laundering schemes...
  • Court: Medrano co-defendant was entrapped by Feds

    Court: Medrano co-defendant was entrapped by Feds
    Just hours after hearing oral arguments, a federal appeals court in Chicago abruptly ruled that federal authorities had entrapped a Nebraska pharmaceutical company owner arrested in a sting involving former Ald. Ambrosio Medrano and ordered him released...
  • Former Burnham clerk given 18 months in prison for theft from village

    Former Burnham clerk given 18 months in prison for theft from village
    By the time Burnham village clerk Nancy Dobrowski was done stealing, the tiny working-class town where she had worked more than three decades was deep in debt. The police department had no money for new hires or to fix their broken radios. Fire...
  • Northwestern prof: Goodell in 'hot water' over Rice debacle

    Northwestern prof: Goodell in 'hot water' over Rice debacle
    Roger Goodell’s mishandling of the Ray Rice domestic violence affair probably has National Football League owners weighing whether he should be replaced as commissioner, according to management and public relations experts. “He’s in...
  • White House doesn't believe slain U.S. journalist was 'sold' to Islamic State

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States has no information indicating beheaded American journalist Steven Sotloff was "sold" to Islamic State militants by moderate Syrian opposition rebels, White House spokesman Josh Earnest said on Tuesday. Sotloff...
  • Neo-Nazi death-threat suspect from Virginia on trial in Orlando court

    Neo-Nazi death-threat suspect from Virginia on trial in Orlando court
    FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force Agent Kelly Boaz is a veteran of undercover cases involving narcotics rings and hate groups, but said Tuesday that a 2012 emailed threat against his family was like nothing he'd ever seen. The man accused of sending that...
  • Vigil Held For Missing Hartford Teenager

    Vigil Held For Missing Hartford Teenager
    HARTFORD — Dozens gathered at Dillon Stadium Monday for a vigil for Jillian Burgos, a city teenager who has been missing for two weeks. Their shared message was simple: We love you, please come home. Burgos, a 14-year-old student at Two Rivers...
  • The Prospector: Watch out, Lake Mary's Cannon Thompson is about to go off

    The Prospector: Watch out, Lake Mary's Cannon Thompson is about to go off
    As Cannon Thompson walked off the field after Lake Mary defeated Kissimmee Osceola in overtime Friday night, he said his emotions scared him a bit. He wasn't overwhelmed in jubilation after the Rams stuffed the final play to allow them to escape with...
  • Bloods gang members found guilty of sex trafficking 14-year-old girl in Orange County

    Bloods gang members found guilty of sex trafficking 14-year-old girl in Orange County
    Three Bloods street gang members who forced a teen girl to have sex for money in Orange County were recently convicted by a federal jury for sex trafficking, the U.S. Attorney's Office said. Xavier Francisco Villanueva, 25, Jose Carmona, 21, and...
  • Let's Go To The Video: NFL, Ravens Handled Rice Case Horribly

    Let's Go To The Video: NFL, Ravens Handled Rice Case Horribly
    NEW YORK — The video, not some great and enduring principle, led the Baltimore Ravens to cut Ray Rice on Monday. The video, certainly not moral fiber or a sage's wisdom, led NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to suspend the running back indefinitely....