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  • Woman gets 6 to 15 years after plea in knife-throwing death

    An eastern Pennsylvania woman has pleaded guilty to killing the father of one of her children by throwing a knife at him and been sentenced to six to 15 years in prison. Ebony Jones, 32, of Bethlehem, was sentenced Friday after pleading guilty to...
  • Timothy Granata, Charged With Killing Mother, Enters Insanity Plea

    Timothy Granata, Charged With Killing Mother, Enters Insanity Plea
    MILFORD — A 23-year-old Orange man charged with killing his mother last July pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity during a brief hearing Monday in Superior Court. Through his lawyer, Timothy Granata requested a trial before a three-judge panel...
  • Evidence in Freddie Gray case is vast and varied

    Evidence in Freddie Gray case is vast and varied
    Prosecutors have turned over a vast trove of evidence to lawyers representing six police officers accused in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray, including about 8,000 pages of the officers' emails, 44 surveillance videos and more than a dozen statements...
  • Man with $75K in counterfeit bills sentenced to two years in federal prison

    Man with $75K in counterfeit bills sentenced to two years in federal prison
    It certainly didn't look like Monopoly money. Prosecutors say the more than $75,000 of counterfeit $50 and $100 bills possessed by a Broward County man could pass as authentic. Thought to be manufactured in Peru, the funny money was accepted by...
  • Two Receive Suspended Sentences In South Windsor Assault

    HARTFORD — Two Meriden men implicated in a violent assault at a South Windsor auto shop that left one victim permanently injured and unable to work received suspended prison sentences Monday in Superior Court in Hartford. Luis Miguel Ruiz and...
  • Former State Trooper Sentenced In Rape Of 81-Year-Old Woman

    Former State Trooper Sentenced In Rape Of 81-Year-Old Woman
    HARTFORD — A former state trooper who had been fired for misconduct, including inappropriate conduct toward women, was sentenced Monday to two years in prison and 10 years of probation for brutally raping an 81-year-old woman at a Windsor Locks...
  • Edgewood man sentenced to 10 years for role in cocaine distribution conspiracy

    A 35-year-old Edgewood man was sentenced to 10 years in the federal prison system Monday for his role in a Harford County based cocaine distribution conspiracy that was broken in late 2014 by the Harford Narcotics Task Force, according to federal...
  • TV actor Dustin Diamond gets 4 months jail for stabbing

    Dustin Diamond, who played Screech on the 1990s TV show "Saved by the Bell," apologized Thursday for his part in a Wisconsin barroom stabbing before being sentenced to serve 4 months in jail. Judge Paul Malloy also sentenced Diamond to 15 months'...
  • Man convicted in sledgehammer slayings is sentenced to death

    A man convicted of killing his ex-girlfriend's parents with a sledgehammer 10 days after stabbing their daughter was sentenced Monday to death. Shawn Ford Jr., 20, was convicted in October by a jury in Summit County Common Pleas Court of aggravated...
  • Trial for 5 white police supervisors moving to black suburb

    The misdemeanor trial for five white Cleveland police supervisors accused of failing to control a high-speed car chase that led to two unarmed black people being killed in a 137-shot barrage of police gunfire will be held in a predominantly black suburb,...
  • Agreement neared to release Fla. doctor tied to Menendez

    A Florida doctor charged with corruption alongside New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez appeared closer to being released from jail Monday as an agreement about his bond solidified. A hearing in federal court in West Palm Beach ended with no formal decision on...