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  • New York man sentenced to 13 years in fatal Maine stabbing

    A New York man will spend 13 years in prison for a fatal stabbing in Westbrook, Maine. Thirty-two-year-old Tareek Hendricks was accused of fatally stabbing Robert Stubbs and injuring his wife Melissa Stubbs at their home in 2011. He pleaded guilty to...
  • Md. jail supervisor gets 20 months for contraband scandal

    A jail supervisor and national guardsman has been sentenced to 20 months in federal prison for his role in a widespread contraband smuggling conspiracy in a Baltimore jail. Derrick Jones was sentenced Friday in federal court in Baltimore. Jones, a...
  • Connecticut court tosses 100-year sentence imposed on teen

    The Connecticut Supreme Court on Friday overturned a 100-year prison sentence that was imposed on a Hartford teenager in a murder case, saying juveniles cannot be treated the same as adults when being sentenced for violent crimes. In a 5-2 ruling,...
  • Cops: Teens try to intimidate trial witness with gunfire

    Cops: Teens try to intimidate trial witness with gunfire
    Four friends charged with intimidating an Osceola County trial witness took video of themselves shooting up the young man's home this week, according to Kissimmee police. When an 18-year-old woman opened fire from a vehicle's back seat, one of her...
  • Legislature should repair injustice done to Groveland Four

    They're all dead now, that generation of Jeanette Shepherd-Tatum's family who kept quiet about their part in Lake County's shameful moment in history. The family of black citrus picker Samuel Shepherd never talked of being burnt out of their house in...
  • Unions ask state Supreme Court to postpone pension trial

    The public-sector unions and retirees suing the state over the 2011 overhaul of Rhode Island's public pension system asked the state Supreme Court on Friday to delay the trial after a lower court refused. The plaintiffs' lawyers want the court to...
  • Judge rules for Peterson, opening door for reinstatement

    In NFL limbo for the last five-plus months, Adrian Peterson's future with the Minnesota Vikings is still in question. The path toward resolution of his status has been cleared. The league-union clash over the personal conduct policy, though, has only...
  • Guilty Plea In Manchester Arson

    Guilty Plea In Manchester Arson
    HARTFORD — A man pleaded guilty Thursday in a 2013 arson case that began with a search for cigarette butts and ended with the torching of a Manchester bar. Aaron Blow, who originally was charged with first-degree arson, pleaded guilty under the...
  • Calls From Aaron Hernandez To Co-Defendant After Slaying Highlighted

    Calls From Aaron Hernandez To Co-Defendant After Slaying Highlighted
    FALL RIVER, Mass. -- Less than 24 hours after the Odin Lloyd homicide, former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez placed several calls to one of his Bristol, Conn. co-defendants from the parking lot of the North Attleborough police station,...
  • Former politician wants trial delayed

    Former Calumet Township Trustee Mary Elgin wants to delay her criminal trial until the fall, according to a motion filed in federal court. She and her three co-defendants - Alex Wheeler, Steven Hunter and Ethel Shelton - were set to go on trial March 16...
  • Providence officer charged with stealing from evidence room

    A Providence officer accused of stealing jewelry and other items from a police evidence room has been indicted on felony charges. The indictment announced Friday by the attorney general's office charges 61-year-old Michael McCarthy with larceny of a...