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  • Sentencing set in 2013 Connecticut jewelry store robbery

    Federal prosecutors are calling for a sentence of no less than 17 years in prison for a man convicted in a 2013 robbery that involved the kidnapping of two Connecticut jewelry store employees. Twenty-seven-year-old William Davis of Allentown,...
  • Judge weighs lawsuit filed by deaf inmate at Arlington jail

    Deaf inmates should be given regular access to sign language interpreters when needed, lawyers argued Thursday in a lawsuit over one inmate's six-week stay at a county jail. Ethiopian immigrant Abreham Zemedagegehu sued the Arlington County sheriff and...
  • Aaron Hernandez Jurors: 'We Did The Right Thing'

    Aaron Hernandez Jurors: 'We Did The Right Thing'
    FALL RIVER, Mass. — An hour after Aaron Hernandez's jurors returned a verdict Wednesday that sent one man to prison for life and gave another man's family a sense of justice, they stood-by-side and reminisced about both the emotionally grueling...
  • Judge rules in favor of sheriff in juvenile detainee case

    A U.S. District judge on Thursday ruled in favor of the Polk County Sheriff's Office in a federal lawsuit that alleged juveniles were being held in harsh conditions at the jail. Judge Steven D. Merryday said that the Southern Poverty Law Center failed to...
  • Former Vikings player Stu Voigt charged with fraud, accused of swindling millions

    Less than a year after settling a $1 million fraud lawsuit against an ex-teammate, former Vikings tight end Stu Voigt was charged Wednesday with using a real estate scheme to swindle millions from investors by diverting funds into new accounts. Voigt,...
  • Orlando man pleads guilty to wire fraud for $700,000 scam, feds say

    Orlando man pleads guilty to wire fraud for $700,000 scam, feds say
    A 50-year-old Orlando man faces as much as 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to wire fraud, the U.S. Attorney's Office said Thursday. U. S. District Judge Paul G. Byron accepted the plea from Dante S. Giovannetti in an Orlando courtroom on...
  • Suge Knight ordered to stand trial on murder, attempted murder charges

    Suge Knight ordered to stand trial on murder, attempted murder charges
    A Los Angeles County judge ruled Thursday that there was enough evidence for former rap mogul Marion “Suge” Knight to stand trial on murder and attempted murder charges for allegedly plowing his truck into two people in a Compton restaurant...
  • Authorities: Cardiologist tried to have rival doctor killed

    A Long Island cardiologist had the office of another doctor torched, then hired someone who turned out to be an undercover police officer in a failed attempt to have the doctor hurt or killed, authorities said. Dr. Anthony J. Moschetto allegedly used...
  • NFL reinstates Adrian Peterson from suspension

    NFL reinstates Adrian Peterson from suspension
    The NFL has reinstated Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson on Thursday, clearing the way for him to return after missing most of last season while facing child abuse charges in Texas. Commissioner Roger Goodell sent Peterson a letter advising...
  • Corrupt ex-drug officer says drank on job, attempted suicide

    A disgraced Philadelphia police officer testifying against former drug squad members who question his credibility acknowledged Thursday that marriage problems once led him to attempt suicide. Jeffrey Walker had denied any prior mental-health treatment...
  • Judge rules in favor of Polk in juvenile detainee case

    Judge rules in favor of Polk in juvenile detainee case
    BARTOW — A U.S. District Judge has ruled in favor of the Polk County Sheriff's Office in a federal lawsuit that alleged juveniles were being held in harsh conditions at the jail. Judge Steven D. Merryday ruled Thursday that the Southern Poverty Law...