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28, Aug 2014 - 5 Things to Know in Florida for Aug. 7
Your daily look at news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today. A Florida man convicted of killing a 3-month-old boy by tossing the infant out of a moving vehicle has been sentenced to life in prison.
28, Aug 2014 - Detroit man sentenced to nine years in federal prison for dealing heroin in the east end of Charles
Darrell Shawton Collins, 36, was sentenced to nine years in federal prison for selling heroin to a confidential police informant in December at the corner of Washington Street East and Thompson Street in Charleston's East End.
28, Aug 2014 - Judge lets 'X-Men' director's accuser drop sex abuse lawsuit
HONOLULU — A former child model can dismiss his lawsuit that accused "X-Men" director Bryan Singer of sex abuse in Hawaii, but he has the option to re-file it later, a federal judge ruled Wednesday. Michael Egan III said in a previous court filing that he wanted to dismiss the ...
28, Aug 2014 - Lawyer: Snowden get 3 more years in Russia
Edward Snowden's lawyer says the NSA whistleblower has been granted permission to stay in Russia for three more years.
28, Aug 2014 - Frazier's case to get NCCU job back dismissed
A Durham judge on Tuesday dismissed a wrongful termination lawsuit filed by Henry Frazier III against North Carolina Central University. Frazier was fired as the Eagles head coach last summer after two run-ins with the law.
28, Aug 2014 - Cities to answer state's want ad for new prison
LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Cities and counties throughout Arkansas are deciding whether to contend for a proposed $100 million maximum-security prison, which would bring to town hundreds of new jobs but al...
28, Aug 2014 - Florida judge approves new state congressional maps, no special elections
By Bill Cotterell TALLAHASSEE Fla. (Reuters) - A Florida judge on Friday approved the new congressional maps redrawn by Republican legislative leaders in a lawsuit over gerrymandering, and ruled that he would not order a special election in affected districts. Circuit Court Judge Terry Lewis said the 2014 midterm elections would proceed on Nov. 4 using existing maps, despite previously ruling ...
28, Aug 2014 - 'Bad Santa' faces 10 years in prison in Central Florida bank robbery
A bad Santa faces up to 10 years in prison after pleading no contest to displaying a fake bomb during a bank robbery in Central Florida. The Daytona Beach News-Journal reports 63-year-old Mark N. London donned a Santa hat, beard and white gloves before walking into a SunTrust Bank in Port Orange on Dec. 23. He carried a wrapped gift and a note implying the "gift" was dangerous and that he wanted ...
28, Aug 2014 - South Carolina prison officials investigating use of drone in attempt to smuggle contraband
COLUMBIA, S.C. - A drone carrying cellphones, marijuana and other contraband into a South Carolina maximum-security prison never made it inside the 12-foot-high razor wire fence, and authorities said Wednesday they are looking for one of two people accused in connection with trying to sneak it in.
28, Aug 2014 - Pizza chain sued over healthcare for gay couples
By Daina Beth Solomon LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A former trainee manager at Little Caesars pizza in California sued the company for discrimination on Wednesday, accusing the Detroit-based chain of denying employees health insurance benefits for their legally wed same-sex spouses. The lawsuit was brought in state Superior Court in Orange County, regional headquarters for the nation's third-largest ...
28, Aug 2014 - Texas abortion clinics ask judge to stop new law
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Nearly three-quarters of Texas' abortion facilities would be forced to close by the end of this month if one of the nation's toughest new anti-abortion measures is allowed to take
28, Aug 2014 - Trial date set in Arizona child poisoning case
FLORENCE, Ariz. (AP) -- A Casa Grande mother charged with killing her teenage daughter and trying to poison her three other children last Christmas Day will go on trial for murder next year. The Casa Grande Dispatch reports that a trial date of July 6 has been set in Pinal County Superior Court for 36-year-old Connie Villa. Judge Rudy Georgini has set aside eight weeks on the court calendar for ...
28, Aug 2014 - Stanback stepping down as Durham DA
Leon Stanback, who was tapped to fill in as Durham County district attorney more than two years ago when a public feud with a judge cost the county's top prosecutor her job, announced Friday that he will retire at the end of the month.
28, Aug 2014 - Mogul suffers setback in DUI manslaughter case
Wellington polo executive John Goodman has lost his challenge against blood evidence in his DUI manslaughter retrial in October.
28, Aug 2014 - Trial date scheduled for March
Pinal County political observers have a long wait ahead of them in a court battle between a top official in the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office and an ex-county manager.
28, Aug 2014 - Judge denies injunction to halt police promotions in residency dispute
LOWELL -- A Superior Court judge has denied a police sergeant's request for a preliminary injunction preventing the city and Police Superintendent William Taylor from promoting two other sergeants whom he alleges live in New Hampshire.
28, Aug 2014 - Henry Davis Jr. ordered to face deposition in police lawsuit
A St. Joseph County judge ruled Wednesday that Henry Davis Jr. will face deposition in the lawsuit filed against him by four local police officers.South Bend Common Councilman Henry Davis Jr., currently on medical leave from the council after being arrested for OWI in July, is facing a suit from South Bend Police officers Brian Young and Steve Richmond, and St. Joseph County Metro Homicide ...
28, Aug 2014 - Ebola Trial Drug Given To 'Improving' US Aid Workers
Two US aid workers who contracted Ebola in Liberia appear to be improving after receiving an experimental drug, officials have said. But it is not clear if the ZMapp drug, which has only been tested on monkeys, can be credited with their improvement.
28, Aug 2014 - Effort man heads to state jail in drug case
An Effort man was sentenced to state prison Monday on 28 counts for his part in a ring in which a nurse for a Palmerton doctor forged prescriptions for the drug Oxycodone.
28, Aug 2014 - Kelly: 10 years later, a more authentic McGreevey
JIM McGREEVEY walks into a second-floor room of a Jersey City office building. It is an ordinary weekday morning and five men and women – all of them former prison inmates – look up from computer terminals where they are filling out résumés as part of a job-training program that McGreevey runs.
28, Aug 2014 - California to Fight Ruling Against Death Penalty
State Attorney General Kamala Harris to appeal
28, Aug 2014 - 'Queen of identity theft' gets break on prison time for helping catch other thieves
The woman who some called South Florida's queen of identity theft is being rewarded — again — for using her insider knowledge to help the feds catch other thieves.
28, Aug 2014 - W.Va. man gets 4 to 10 years for rock beating conviction
A Fayette County judge on Wednesday ordered a West Virginia man to spend up to 10 years in prison for beating a Rices Landing woman on the head repeatedly with a rock.
28, Aug 2014 - GM to Ask Court to Reject Revival of Georgia Switch Suit
General Motors Co. (GM) will ask a Georgia judge tomorrow to reject a bid to revive the lawsuit that helped trigger the recall of 2.59 million cars over faulty ignition switches.
28, Aug 2014 - Detroit bankruptcy trial to begin Sept. 2
Detroit bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes canceled an Aug. 29 hearing that was set to kick off the city's bankruptcy trial, meaning the historic proceeding will begin Sept. 2.
28, Aug 2014 - Senator declares victory after storm-delayed Hawaii primary
By Malia Mattoch McManus HONOLULU (Reuters) - A U.S. Senator claimed victory on Friday in Hawaii's Democratic primary election, after voting in one precinct was delayed by a tropical storm, though his opponent had not ruled out an appeal to the state's top court. Incumbent Brian Schatz won a total of 115,397 votes statewide, giving him a 1,769 vote lead over challenger Colleen Hanabusa, a U.S ...
28, Aug 2014 - Jackson Woman Sentenced for ID Fraud
The U.S. Attorney's Office in Jackson says Nikki Thomas, 37, of Jackson, was sentenced Wednesday to 92 months in federal prison for obtaining income tax refunds using stolen identities.
28, Aug 2014 - Oak Hill man sentenced for violating drunk driving sentence
A Jackson County, Ohio, man has been sentenced to prison for drinking a doing drugs while on probation. 
28, Aug 2014 - Montgomery county crime on the rise
The streets of Montgomery County have been hot from the Woodlands to Conroe and prosecutors say they know what's happening.Montgomery County Assistant District Attorney Warren Diepraam says, "bank robberies, jewelry store heists, and even some robberies in parking lots."Three men have been arrested in Montgomery County for some of those crimes. Edward Brightmon was sentenced to 30 years for his ...
28, Aug 2014 - State report details court activity in Mineral County
KEYSER - A total of 505 cases were filed in Mineral County Circuit Court and 3,490 cases were filed in Mineral County Magistrate Court in 2013.
28, Aug 2014 - Man shot in arm
Man shot in arm JACKSON CENTER, Pa. A 22-year-old man is in Mercer County jail after
28, Aug 2014 - Court dismisses Amason ballot case
Libertarian Jeff Amason will not have his name on the November ballot for the House District 21 race after a Fulton County Superior Court judge threw out his case Monday. Amason had hoped to run ag...
28, Aug 2014 - Contra Costa Times editorial: Proposition 34 -- California's death penalty has got to go
Californians should pass Proposition 34 in November, ending the death penalty in favor of life without the possibility of parole.
28, Aug 2014 - Prohibition on Lowell police sergeant promotion remains in place
LOWELL -- The court-ordered prohibition on the city promoting a police sergeant who lives in New Hampshire will continue until at least next Tuesday.
28, Aug 2014 - Appeals court tosses Black Hawk County drug conviction
A convicted Black Hawk County man who was removed during his trial for disruptive behavior will get another chance to prove his innocence, according to an Iowa Court of Appeals ruling Wednesday. Dontrayius E. Carey, 32, who opted to represent himself, was convicted in 2011 of possession of a controlled substance and sentenced to two years in prison. But the Iowa appeals court overturned the ...
28, Aug 2014 - Md. man pleads guilty in W.Va. bank fraud
The Associated Press BALTIMORE - A Garrett County developer faces up to 30 years in prison after pleading guilty to bank fraud conspiracy in a scheme involving three properties in western Maryland and West Virginia. Lewis Strosnider pleaded guilty Thursday in federal court in Baltimore. He'll be sentenced Nov. 19. Co-defendant Samuel Vansickle has pleaded not guilty to all charges. Strosnider ...
28, Aug 2014 - Remy Ma Celebrates Prison Release by Joining Love and Hip Hop New York Cast
She has only just been released from prison, but it looks like Remy Ma's fans could soon be watching the rapper's personal life play out on the small screen. The hip hop star, who served six out of an eight-year sentence for shooting an associate who she thought had robbed her, is reportedly set to join the cast of VH1's Love and Hip Hop New York. Although show bosses are yet to officially ...
28, Aug 2014 - Wellston Man Sentenced to Prison for Violating Community Control
This week, Jackson County Prosecutor Justin Lovett announced that Timothy Linton, of Wellston, was sentenced to prison for violating his community control sanctions.
28, Aug 2014 - Court Date Set for NCCU Police Chief Charged With DWI
Authorities say Chief Tim Bellamy was stopped by a state trooper at a checkpoint in Greensboro Saturday morning, where he registered a 0.09 during a breathalyzer test.
28, Aug 2014 - Six charged in N.J. gun-trafficking ring
Members of a South Jersey gun-trafficking ring bought guns in South Carolina, brought them to New Jersey via Amtrak, and sold them in Camden, Clementon, and Lawnside, the U.S. Attorney's Office said Tuesday, announcing charges against six people.
28, Aug 2014 - Summit County woman pleads guilty to felony identity theft
Summit County resident Jessica Christine Sebben pleaded guilty Monday, Aug. 11, to felony identity theft as part of a plea deal with the district attorney’s office.
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