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  • Warlocks shootout survivor: I saw defendant shoot my friend in the head

    Warlocks shootout survivor: I saw defendant shoot my friend in the head
    SANFORD – A survivor of a biker gun battle at the Winter Springs VFW told jurors Tuesday evening that he saw defendant Paul "the Dog" Smith shoot a rival gang member in the head immediately after the man stood up, clutching his shoulder and said...
  • Indictment charges police commander with shoving gun barrel down suspect's throat

    Indictment charges police commander with shoving gun barrel down suspect's throat
    Minutes after learning of his formal indictment on misconduct charges Thursday, Chicago police Cmdr. Glenn Evans walked from the Leighton Criminal Court Building surrounded by more than 30 supporters who attempted to shield him from cameramen,...
  • Chicago man guilty in fatal stabbing of Indian Head Park girl

    Chicago man guilty in fatal stabbing of Indian Head Park girl
    A Chicago man was found guilty Monday of fatally stabbing a 14-year-old girl nearly three years ago after she surprised him as he burglarized her family's west suburban home. John Wilson Jr., 41, was charged with murder, armed robbery and home...
  • West Hartford Woman Charged With Assaulting Mother Will Have Court Trial

    HARTFORD — A lawyer for a West Hartford woman accused of trying to kill her 70-year-old mother in February told a judge Tuesday that he plans to argue at trial that the woman is not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect. Gail Litsky, 47,...
  • Alleged pimp on trial for kidnapping, beating prostitute

    Alleged pimp on trial for kidnapping, beating prostitute
    When the woman he had been pimping out had the nerve to flee his control, federal prosecutors say Shaun McKinley ambushed her, kidnapped her and beat her up. Then, authorities said, he calmly stopped to buy a cigar at a Hollywood gas station, leaving her...
  • First Warlocks shooter goes on trial on three murder charges

    SANFORD — Paul "the Dog" Smith, a biker from South Carolina, ran for national president of the Florida Warlocks, an outlaw motorcycle gang, in 2010 and lost. He became an outcast, and when his new gang came face-to-face with his old gang in the...
  • Former San Diego car dealer pleads guilty to hiding drug money

    The former owner of a San Diego car dealership pleaded guilty Thursday to trying to conceal $719,000 in cash from a drug trafficker as payment for a Ferrari, a Porsche and two Lamborghinis. John Frank Mussari Jr., 48, former owner of Mussari Motors Inc....
  • Prosecutors: Health aide stole from 2 women, one of them on her deathbed

    Prosecutors: Health aide stole from 2 women, one of them on her deathbed
    A health aide from Chicago has been charged with stealing from two women in her care, one of them while she was dying, DuPage County prosecutors said. Latesha Miller, 37, was ordered held in lieu of $300,000 bail in a Thursday bond hearing before DuPage...
  • Suspension proposed for L.A. attorney over doctored celebrity photos

    Suspension proposed for L.A. attorney over doctored celebrity photos
    A Los Angeles attorney faces a possible six-month suspension for posting doctored photos on her firm's website that implied she mingled with high-profile politicians and celebrities, including President Obama, George Clooney and Kim Kardashian. The...
  • Judge orders additional competency evaluations for man accused in stabbing

    Judge orders additional competency evaluations for man accused in stabbing
    Baltimore County prosecutors will attempt Friday to resume the murder trial of Jeffrey Shiflett, whose courtroom outbursts caused a judge to call for additional psychiatric evaluations. The Annapolis man is accused of stabbing his former girlfriend to...
  • Barry Bonds' conviction draws dubious reaction from appeals court

    A federal appeals court appeared skeptical of arguments Thursday that former San Francisco Giants slugger Barry Bonds obstructed justice by giving a long-winded, digressive answer in testimony to a federal grand jury investigating illegal steroid...