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  • Hollywood settles lawsuit against cops for $23,000

    Hollywood settles lawsuit against cops for $23,000
    — A man whose lawsuit accused Hollywood officers of arresting him when he threatened to file an Internal Affairs complaint has settled the case for $23,000, records show. Rob Pinto, who spent two days in jail, accused Sgt. Eric Augustus and...
  • Round Lake Heights man faces up to 50 years for dealing meth

    Round Lake Heights man faces up to 50 years for dealing meth
    Against the advice of his attorney, a Round Lake Heights man entered an open guilty plea Wednesday to possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver. Daniel Garcia-Fino, 43, now faces a sentence of up to 50 years in prison, according to...
  • Learning about courtroom proceedings

    Ohanna Kreza-Rodriguez got to see a judge hand down a sentence and an FBI agent give testimony. The 16-year-old junior at Fort Lauderdale High School's pre-law and public affairs magnet program did so during Law Day in Fort Lauderdale, along with...
  • Hartford Jury Convicts Man In East Hartford Killing

    Hartford Jury Convicts Man In East Hartford Killing
    HARTFORD — An East Hartford man was acquitted of murder, but convicted of manslaughter in the stabbing death of a man two years ago in East Hartford. Daquan Williams, 20, was also found guilty of one count of attempted home invasion and...
  • Jurors find 'Big Tony' Moscatiello guilty in murder of Miami Subs founder

    Jurors find 'Big Tony' Moscatiello guilty in murder of Miami Subs founder
    Anthony "Big Tony" Moscatiello was nowhere near Fort Lauderdale on Feb. 6, 2001, the night Miami Subs founder Gus Boulis was gunned down in an execution-style murder. But Moscatiello gave the order to have Boulis killed, a Broward jury determined...
  • RI Veterans' Cemetery employee to plead guilty to theft

    Federal prosecutors say an employee of the Rhode Island Veterans' Cemetery has agreed to plead guilty to the theft of granite grave markers and other cemetery items. As part of his plea agreement filed in federal court, Kevin Maynard will plead guilty to...
  • 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'...
  • Court upholds $5 million cap in Indiana stage collapse case

    The state won't have to pay any more damages from the 2011 deadly Indiana State Fair stage collapse under a decision by the state Supreme Court. The justices, in a 3-2 vote announced Wednesday, decided to not hear an appeal of a Court of Appeals ruling...
  • Former California lawmaker pleads guilty to corruption charge

    SAN FRANCISCO Former California state Sen. Leland Yee faces up to 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine after a deal in federal court Wednesday in which he pleaded guilty to one felony count of racketeering. Yee, a San Francisco Democrat, will be...
  • Former L.A. city firefighter sentenced to 180 days in jail for assault

    Former L.A. city firefighter sentenced to 180 days in jail for assault
    For a long time, Rebecca Stafford waited on two words. She thought they might take away her fear of the former Los Angeles city firefighter who punched her over and over outside his West Adams home in 2013. While she waited, she avoided the market in her...
  • Teen charged with killing math teacher wants trial moved

    Lawyers for a Massachusetts teenager charged with killing his high school math teacher have asked a judge to move his trial, saying it will be difficult to pick an impartial jury given the publicity the case has received. A lawyer for 16-year-old...