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  • Two Allentown men plead guilty in Connecticut kidnapping, robbery

    Two Allentown men plead guilty in Connecticut kidnapping, robbery
    Two Allentown men and a Bronx, N.Y., man have pleaded guilty for their roles in an April 2013 home-invasion robbery and jewelry store heist that netted between $4 million and $5 million in Meriden, Conn. William Davis, 27, and Jeffrey Houston, 28, both...
  • Couple arrested on synthetic pot sale, tax fraud charges

    Couple arrested on synthetic pot sale, tax fraud charges
    Federal agents arrested a couple at their South Florida holiday home Tuesday on allegations they illegally sold synthetic marijuana at their Wisconsin store, skimmed the profits and ripped off the IRS. John Morrison, 70, and Anna Novak, 57, were arrested...
  • BBX to appeal verdict in SEC fraud case

    BBX to appeal verdict in SEC fraud case
    BBX Capital Corp. and its chairman plan to appeal after a jury ruled they misled investors about loan losses during the 2007 financial meltdown. BBX, operating at the time as BankAtlantic Bancorp., and Alan Levan, who remains as chairman and CEO, were...
  • Filmmaker Polanski's lawyers want sex crime case closed

    Lawyers for filmmaker Roman Polanski have launched a new bid to have the Oscar winner's 37-year-old child sex case closed, which would allow "The Pianist" director to travel freely without the threat of extradition. Polanski's attorneys filed a motion on...
  • Senate approves Sarah Saldana as chief immigration enforcer

    WASHINGTON The Senate narrowly approved Sarah Saldana, U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Texas, on Tuesday as head of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, despite opposition from her home state senators. The 55-39 vote in her favor...
  • Chris Brown's bodyguard gets probation after punching fan

    The bodyguard of R&B singer Chris Brown was sentenced to one year of probation in a Washington, D.C., court on Tuesday after being convicted of assaulting a fan. Christopher Hollosy had argued he was trying to protect Brown when he struck a 25-year-old...
  • Man gets seven years for mailing bomb to hardline Arizona sheriff

    An Oklahoma man convicted of mailing an improvised bomb to hardline Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio from northern Arizona last year was sentenced on Tuesday to seven years in prison, federal prosecutors said. Gregory Lynn Shrader, 56, was sentenced in federal...
  • Trial for 'Public Enemy No. 1' opens in Balto. Co.

    Trial for 'Public Enemy No. 1' opens in Balto. Co.
    Baltimore County prosecutors say surveillance footage will be key in the trial of the man once dubbed "Public Enemy No. 1" by city police who is accused in a fatal 2012 shooting outside a Parkville bar. But his defense attorney told jurors Tuesday that...
  • Judge says Rauner former firm not responsible for nursing home fraud

     Judge says Rauner former firm not responsible for nursing home fraud
    A federal bankruptcy judge said Tuesday that Gov.-elect Bruce Rauner's former investment firm won't be held responsible for a scheme to avoid liability in costly nursing home death lawsuits. In a tentative ruling in the case designed to prod the...
  • Apple wins iPod antitrust case, dodges potential $1-billion liability

    A federal jury sided with Apple Inc. on Tuesday, ruling that the tech giant did not violate antitrust laws when it blocked music downloaded from rivals from playing on iPods. The unanimous decision ended a decade-long class-action suit that could have...
  • Judge denies request to delay trial in OCC students' killings

    Judge denies request to delay trial in OCC students' killings
    The gruesome case of the slayings of two Orange Coast College students may be headed to trial nearly five years after their deaths. On Tuesday, Orange County Superior Court Judge James Stotler declined to push back a February trial date for murder...