February 27, 2015

John Jonchuck Ruled Incompetent

The Florida man accused of tossing his 5-year-old daughter off a bridge has been declared incompetent to stand trial. John Jonchuck will be send to a prison mental facility for treatment until he can understand the charges against him. Judge Chris Helinger ruled Jonchuck incompetent after two court-appointed experts testified about his mental state. They also testified that they believe he will become competent after six to nine months of treatment. Read more...

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Teen Admits Killing 81-Year-Old

A 17-year-old girl has pleaded guilty to strangling an 81-year-old woman while burglarizing the victim's upstate New York home before setting it on fire. Jennifer Molyneaux pleaded guilty to second-degree murder, admitting in Orange County Court that she killed Helen Mills on Aug. 2. The teen told the judge that she and her then-19-year-old boyfriend, Devin Giordano, were high on heroin and other drugs when they broke into the home and attacked Mills in her bedroom. Read more...

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'Stop Whining' Dispatcher Fired

A 911 dispatcher who told a 13-year-old girl to "stop whining" as her father lay dying in a hit-and-run crash on a Maryland highway is out of the job. Anne Arundel County Fire Department spokesman Capt. Russ Davies says the dispatcher no longer works for the department. The dispatcher's name was not released. The Feb. 1 incident triggered an investigation after the dispatcher told the girl to stop whining. Read more...

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Caregiver Beats 92-Year-Old Woman

A 28-year-old Memphis man is charged with assaulting a 92-year-old woman. The woman, Willie Frances Robinson, said Thomas Standley got mad with her because she wouldn't take her medicine. The woman said Standley choked her, then grabbed her by her arm and shook her violently. In a police affidavit, the station reported, Robinson claimed Standley beats her often and talked her into signing over her power of attorney. Read more...

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Daughter, Grandson Charged in Death

An Eaton County woman and her adult son are facing criminal charges in connection with death of the woman's mother early last year. Robin Sanford, 53, and Tyler Sanford, 23, are charged with involuntary manslaughter and first-degree vulnerable adult abuse in connection with the death of Nancy Belen, 76, of Lansing, authorities said. Belen shared a room with her daughter and grandson at the Red Roof Inn in Delta Township for several years before dying in January 2014 from medical problems that had gone untreated, Eaton County Sheriff's officials said. Read more...

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Detective Arrested On Fraud Charge

A former Sweetwater detective is on the other side of the law after being arrested on a fraud charge.
Octavio Oliu, 42, was arrested and booked into jail after Police said he "used a stolen Michigan license plate on an unmarked police vehicle and accumulated more than 530 Sun Pass violations." Read more...

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Bookkeeper Embezzled More Than $150,000

A woman has been charged for stealing tens of thousands of dollars from her employer. Kristie Marx, 44, was charged with computer crime, two counts of theft and two counts of forgery. Marx is accused of stealing more than $150,000 from Blue Moon Works, a computer graphics company she worked for. Through several schemes, she allegedly charged personal items to a company credit card, gave herself an unauthorized pay raise, manipulated state and federal withholding taxes, wrote herself checks from the company account and added herself and her dependents to the company health insurance plan. Read more...

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Man Burns Down Sex Offender's Home

A man with burns on his face now faces arson charges. The Wisconsin Department of Corrections rented a home in a Madison suburb for convicted sex offender Harold Nyberg last year. Officials say keeping Nyberg under supervised release in the house would only cost $75,000 a year. Keeping him in prison would cost $150,000. The community didn't want him nearby. One of those angry residents was Russell Speigle, 50, spoke out loudly against the plan. Read more...


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February 26, 2015

JonBenet Crime Scene Botched

A former Boulder, Colorado police chief says his officers should have done a better job of securing the crime scene at the home where JonBenet Ramsey was found killed. Mark Beckner said a lack of manpower due to the Christmas holiday was partially to blame for the confusion at the scene. In an online question and answer session, Beckner said detectives should have separated the parents, John and Patsy Ramsey, and taken full statements from each of them on day one. Read more...

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Georgia Woman's Execution Delayed

The state of Georgia on Wednesday delayed the execution of its only female death row inmate, ahead of a winter storm forecast to hit many areas with several inches of snow. Kelly Renee Gissendaner, 46, had been scheduled for execution at 7 p.m. at the state prison in Jackson. The execution has been reset for Monday, according to a Department of Corrections statement. Read more...

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Jury Gets Jodi Arias Case

The case of convicted murderer Jodi Arias went to a jury Wednesday that will decide if she is sentenced to death or life in prison for killing her boyfriend. The jury got the case after a defense lawyer made his final plea for mercy in the killing that grabbed global attention over the violent nature of the crime. Read more...

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Mom of 4 Found Dead in Car

Authorities are searching for the ex-boyfriend of a woman found shot to death in her car after charging him with criminal homicide in her death. Police surrounded the Uniontown home of 45-year-old Terry Walker but soon found he wasn't there. Authorities say he should be considered armed and dangerous. Read more...

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Pet Store Arsonist Gets 5 Years

A former Las Vegas pet shop owner who was caught on surveillance video torching her business before 27 puppies and dogs were rescued last year failed to sway her sentencing judge with a courtroom announcement that she was three months pregnant. Clark County District Court Judge David Barker said he thought Gloria Eun Hye Lee, 36, was using her pregnancy to try to get him to hand down a lesser sentence. Read more...

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Mom Charged in Fatal Fire

The mother of two children killed in a Preble County house fire has been charged with two felonies in the incident. The Preble County Prosecuting Attorney's Office formally filed two charges of endangering children against Chastity Hall, 35. The charges are third-degree felonies. The bodies of Malea Bradburn, 10, and her brother, Malachi Bradburn, 9, were found in the house's basement. Read more...



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February 25, 2015

Eddie Ray Routh Guilty

Ex-Marine Eddie Ray Routh was found guilty of killing 'American Sniper' author Chris Kyle and Chad Littlefield. The 27-year-old gunman will serve life in prison without the possibility of parole after a Texas jury found him guilty of killing the pair at a friend's shooting range in February 2013. Jury deliberations took only hours, after prosecutors portrayed gunman Eddie Ray Routh as a cold, calculating killer. Read more...

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Feds: Trayvon's Rights Not Violated

The feds will not pursue civil rights charges over the shooting death of Trayvon Martin. The "investigation into this incident is closed," the Department of Justice said in a statement. While U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder had previously called the shooting of the unarmed Florida teen "tragic" and "unnecessary," his office's exhaustive probe found "insufficient evidence to pursue federal criminal civil rights charges against George Zimmerman," Martin's killer. Read more...

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Black Panther Cop Killer Seeks Parole

A former Black Panther who killed two cops in 1971 at a Harlem housing project has gone to court seeking his freedom. Herman Bell, 67, said in papers filed in Manhattan Supreme Court that the city Board of Parole's 2014 decision to deny him parole for the sixth time should be overturned because board members were biased when they insisted he has no remorse. Read more...

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'Bonnie and Clyde' Suspect Interviewed

The Kentucky teen in the so-called "Bonnie and Clyde" crime spree swears he'd do it all over again for his underage partner in crime. "The look in her eyes at the beach, the way she looked at me...she was the most happy girl alive," Dalton Hayes, 18, says about his 13-year-old accomplice in the first interview since their January arrest. "I would do it all over again to protect her." Read more...

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Deputy Seen Dragging Incompetent Suspect

A Florida sheriff's deputy is under investigation after he was caught on video dragging a mentally ill woman by her ankle shackles down a courthouse hallway, authorities said. The woman sobbed and called miserably for her mother as Broward County Deputy Christopher Johnson slid her toward a jail doorway. Rios was in Broward County Court on Monday for a status hearing after two doctors found her mentally incompetent. Read more...

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4 Students Arrested in Molly Scare

Authorities in Middletown, Conn. arrested four Wesleyan University students in connection with 11 party drug overdoses that shocked the campus over the weekend. Cops arrested Eric Lonergan, 21 of Rio de Janeiro, Zachary Kramer, 21 of Bethesda, Md., Andrew Olson, 20, of Atascadero, Calif. and Rama Agha Al Nakib, 20 of Lutherville, Md. after investigating the batches of Molly, or MDMA, they recovered on Sunday. Read more...


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February 24, 2015

Holly Bobo Suspect Found Dead

A man who once had immunity to testify in the Holly Bobo investigation before it was withdrawal has been found dead. Shayne Austin apparently committed suicide out of state according to his attorney, Luke Evans. Read more...

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Arias Won't Take the Stand

Convicted murderer Jodi Arias has declined to address a jury considering whether to sentence her to life in prison or death in the killing of her former boyfriend. Arias said that she wanted to make comments to jurors but insisted the courtroom be cleared. She said she wouldn't make any remarks if she could be seen and heard from a remote viewing room. Read more...

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Missing Tampa Woman Found in Lake

The body of a waitress who went missing on Feb. 13 was found Sunday in a vehicle submerged in a Tampa, Fla., lake near her home, authorities said. Officials identified the vehicle's driver as Apryl Foster, 33, pending a final determination by the Medical Examiner's Office,the Tampa Bay Times reported.Residents tipped off the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office to the Chevy Aveo, which they saw drive down a boat ramp and into Mango Lake on a security camera. Read more...

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Body Found in Residential Well

Anderson County deputies say the body of a woman -- last seen in September 2014 -- was discovered in a well. The body was identified as Patricia Ann Freeman, 57, who was reported missing on Feb. 6 by her brother. He told investigators that he had not seen his sister since Sept. 8 and had been concerned for his safety. The Anderson County Sheriff's Office also said that the owner of the property, Perry Thomas Pruitt, was arrested on charges of unauthorized removal of a dead body. Read more...

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Woman, 19, Arrested in Homicide

Police arrested a 19-year-old woman they believe played a role in the death of a man found in his Gilroy home last week, authorities said. Police responded to a home on the 1400 block of Bay Tree Drive after neighbors complained of dogs barking loudly. Officers found an unconscious man, later identified as 56-year-old Robert Joseph Heiser, who was pronounced dead at the scene. Police arrested Gabriela Bernice Ortiz, 19, of San Jose, who was seen on video using the man's credit card. Read more...

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Cop Charged With Attempted Murder

Indianapolis cops busted a fellow officer on attempted murder charges after he loaded a gun with blanks, pointed it at the mother of his child and pulled the trigger, authorities said. The gunpowder blast knocked out three of the girlfriend's teeth, fractured her nose and broke her jaw, police said. Investigators discovered a trail of blood stretching between the cop's patrol car and the couple's apartment. Read more...

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Arkansas Defensive End Gets DUI

Arkansas sophomore Tevin Beanum was arrested in Fayetteville on suspicion of driving while intoxicated and illegally possessing alcohol, according to the Washington County Detention Center website. A redshirt freshman in 2014, Beanum was pulled over after failing to dim his headlights. According to the arrest report, Beanum agreed to take the standardized field sobriety test in which the officer wrote in his notes that "Beanum performed in a manner consistent with an intoxicated person." The officer's notes also indicate that an open bottle of brandy was found in the backseat of Beanum's vehicle. Read more...



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February 23, 2015

Confession Heats up Lyon Cold Case

New revelations from a convicted sex offender, who was named as a person of interest in the 1975 disappearance of two young Maryland girls, have prompted investigators to seek information from anyone who might collaborate his story. Lloyd Welch, who is serving time in prison for the sexual assault of a 10-year-old girl, has told more than one detective that he was in the station wagon with the girls on the day they were abducted from a shopping mall near their home on March 25, 1975. Read more...

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Shootout Leaves Three Dead

A Georgia sheriff and deputy are wounded and three others are dead following a shootout that cops say started when authorities in Habersham County responded to a domestic call at a home outside Clarkesville. Sheriff Joey Terrell (pictured) and Deputy William Zigan arrived to find an armed man, later identified as a former cop in nearby Gainesville named Anthony Giaquinta, and a dead woman, his ex-wife, in the garage. Read more...

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Hernandez Jurors See Video

Grainy surveillance video seen by jurors in the murder trial of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez shows the victim an hour before he was killed climbing into a car that prosecutors say was driven by Hernandez. Hernandez is charged in the June 17, 2013 shooting death of Odin Lloyd, who was dating his fiancee's sister. A neighbor who lived across the street from Lloyd in the Dorchester section of Boston captured the video on three surveillance cameras on his property early that morning. Read more...

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Man Claims Dead Wife Killed Herself

A 30-year-old man is being held without bail outside Atlanta, charged with killing his fiancee after first reporting her death as a suicide, police said. Antione Hood was arrested in connection with the fatal shooting of elementary school teacher Candace McGriff, 28, (pictured) in DeKalb, Ga. Hood reported the death of his live-in girlfriend and told police she had shot herself in the chest when Hood tried to break up with her. Read more...

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'Drill Sargent From Hell' Trial Begins

A prosecutor calls Joyce Hardin Garrard the "drill sergeant from hell," a woman so mean she made her 9-year-old granddaughter run until the girl collapsed and died, all as punishment for lying about candy. In court, the 59-year-old year old woman, plump and with a ponytail, looks like a typical grandmother aside from a jail uniform and shackles. And her attorneys argue Garrard's beloved granddaughter died because of other medical problems, not anything Garrard did. Garrard goes on trial in the death three years ago of Savannah Hardin, a blond-haired girl known for her big smile and love of reading. Read more...

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Phoenix Teen Dies in Drive By

Authorities say a 17-year-old girl has died after she was shot in the head in a drive-by shooting in Phoenix. The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office says the teen was riding in west Phoenix when someone in another vehicle fired into the car. Phoenix police say the girl's friends then drove to a nearby Walmart and called for help. Read more...


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