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  • Man found duct-taped in underwear at burning laundromat admits arson

    Man found duct-taped in underwear at burning laundromat admits arson
    When firefighters showed up to put out a blaze at a Pompano Beach laundromat in March 2013, they found the owner outside in his underwear and a tank top, with his wrists duct-taped to his body. At the time, Leon Lorenzo Frazier said two masked and...
  • Police arrest Raymon Carter, suspect in CVS fire

    Police arrest Raymon Carter, suspect in CVS fire
    Raymon Carter, who police say set fire to a West Baltimore CVS store during the riots following Freddie Gray's death, was arrested Wednesday and faces up to 20 years in prison, according to police. Carter, 24, is charged with federal arson violations,...
  • DNA Evidence Clears Lapointe, But State Wants More Tests

    DNA Evidence Clears Lapointe, But State Wants More Tests
    HARTFORD — None of the genetic testing ordered so far by the state implicates mentally impaired dishwasher Richard Lapointe in a notorious, 28-year-old killing, but prosecutors said they want to perform more DNA analysis of crime scene evidence...
  • Prosecutors want more tests on evidence in 1987 murder case

    Prosecutors said Thursday they want to run more tests on crime scene evidence before deciding whether to pursue another trial against a mentally disabled man convicted earlier of raping and killing his wife's 88-year-old grandmother in 1987. Richard...
  • Former St. Charles North dean's assistant investigated, cleared twice before arrest

    Former St. Charles North dean's assistant investigated, cleared twice before arrest
    Prior to his arrest, a pair of investigations found no evidence that a former St. Charles North High School dean's assistant had an improper relationship with a female student, according to court records and the St. Charles school district. That...
  • Retired military dogs find new purpose in US meth wars

    Five retired military dogs that spent years working in war zones are putting their noses to new uses by helping police in the U.S. combat methamphetamine and other drugs. The dogs are being deployed to departments in Indiana, Texas, Tennessee, Nebraska...
  • OPD: Rooftop burglar stole more than 70 guns and fled on 3-wheel bicycle

    OPD: Rooftop burglar stole more than 70 guns and fled on 3-wheel bicycle
    Neal Crasnow described the gun heist from his store on Orange Blossom Trail early Tuesday like a scene out of a movie. The burglar or burglars ripped a hole in the ceiling of Al's Army Navy store, shimmied down a rope and climbed back up with two bags...
  • Father: Ex-prosecutor son 'saw demons' in months before killing mother

    Father: Ex-prosecutor son 'saw demons' in months before killing mother
    For 15 hours, Thomas Schnieders lay on the floor playing dead, bleeding. Waiting for someone to come. His attacker was Thomas Schnieders II, his son and namesake. And the son had already killed his mother, Delena Schnieders. The elder Schnieders told...
  • Construction zone crackdown begins Monday in Kendall County

    Beginning Monday, local law enforcement departments will be cracking down near construction zones, looking for distracted and speeding drivers. Members of the Oswego and Yorkville police departments, along with Kendall County Sheriff's Department...
  • Newport News police identify man shot to death inside van, 3 wanted in homicide

    Newport News police identify man shot to death inside van, 3 wanted in homicide
    Newport News police have identified a man shot and killed in the Central section of the city Wednesday night as a 37-year-old Newport News resident. Nagash Oson McKoy, with a last known address in the 12600 block of Nettles Drive in Newport News, was...
  • Family sues after California frat pledge died on hazing hike

    The family of a California college student who died during a grueling fraternity hike sued the organization and the school on Wednesday, saying the young man's death was senseless and easily preventable. Armando Villa, who attended California State...