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  • AP: Contractor pleads guilty to sending F-22 data to Iran

    HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - A former defense contractor has pleaded guilty to sending sensitive information about U.S. military jet programs to Iran in an effort to land a job in his native country. Sixty-year-old engineer Mozaffar Khazaee pleaded guilty...
  • Hartford Woman To Be Sentenced In Box Cutter Assault

    Hartford Woman To Be Sentenced In Box Cutter Assault
    HARTFORD — A city woman who pleaded guilty to two counts of first-degree assault for her role in a street fight that left two young women permanently disfigured will be sentenced on March 9, Judge Joan K. Alexander said in court Wednesday....
  • Court reports

    Probation for man on sexual misconduct charge A Chicago man was sentenced Wednesday to three years on probation for sexual misconduct with a minor. Armando Trevino, 40, admitted in court that he fondled a 15-year-old girl on Dec. 1, 2009, at a residence...
  • Former HIV researcher pleads guilty to faking lab reports

    A former Iowa State University researcher pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday to making false statements about a potential HIV vaccine in research reports. A judge accepted the terms of a plea agreement Dong-Pyou Han signed with federal prosecutors...
  • Matthew Pugh Testifies In Own Defense At Murder Trial

    Matthew Pugh Testifies In Own Defense At Murder Trial
    MILFORD — Accused killer Matthew Pugh testified Wednesday in his own defense, telling jurors that he did not kill his ex-girlfriend, Alexandra Ducsay. "Did you go to her house on May 19, 2006?" Pugh's defense attorney, Paul V. Carty, asked in...
  • Towson man sentenced to 42 months for possession of child porn

    Towson man sentenced to 42 months for possession of child porn
    A 24-year-old Towson man was sentenced in federal court Wednesday to 42 months in prison for possession of child pornography. Federal prosecutors said Nicholas Haxall Johnson pretended to be a 15-year-old boy online to communicate with 13- and 14-year-...
  • Life In Prison For Setting New Haven Fire That Killed Three

    NEW HAVEN — Hector "Boom Boom" Natal was a drug dealer in the Fair Haven neighborhood of New Haven who maliciously set a neighbor's home ablaze over a small drug debt, spread gasoline over the stairs and hallways to block escape paths, and later...
  • Jury rejects husband's "investigation" defense in Emmaus stalking trial.

     Jury rejects husband's "investigation" defense in Emmaus stalking trial.
    A Lehigh County jury on Wednesday rejected a husband's "private investigation" defense, finding him guilty of violating a protection order and stalking his estranged wife in Emmaus while wearing a bulletproof vest and carrying a cache of weapons....
  • Teen charged with teacher's slaying may use insanity defense

    Lawyers for the Massachusetts teen charged with raping and killing his high school math teacher say they are "mulling" an insanity defense and will ask that the trial be moved. Philip Chism's lawyers made the comments Tuesday in a hearing in Salem...
  • Koistinen Could Get $460,000 Settlement From Windsor Locks

    Koistinen Could Get $460,000 Settlement From Windsor Locks
    The Windsor Locks Police Commission has approved a settlement that will pay Robert Koistinen, the sergeant acquitted of hindering the drunken driving investigation of his son, $460,000 to end his labor dispute with the town. The lump sum payment needs to...
  • 'Maybe I got sleepy,' video shows trucker telling cops after fatal crash

    'Maybe I got sleepy,' video shows trucker telling cops after fatal crash
    A trucker admitted he was perhaps sleepy just before he drove into a state police car in 2014 and that he routinely altered his driving logbook in order to make more money, an investigator testified Wednesday at the trucker's trial in DuPage County....