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23, Sep 2014 - Reports: Vikings' Peterson turns himself in
Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has been indicted by a Montgomery County, Texas, grand jury on charges of reckless or negligent injury to a child and a warrant has been issued for his arrest.
23, Sep 2014 - Georgia ethics agency chief fired
Channel 2 Action News has learned that Holly LaBerge, the head of the state ethics commission, has been fired. Last week, LaBerge was fined and put on administrative leave. A judge fined LaBerge and the state attorney general's office $10,000 each for not handing over texts, emails and a memo showing LaBerge had communicated with top aides for Gov. Nathan Deal shortly before the commission ...
23, Sep 2014 - San Francisco Moves to Pay for Kids’ Immigration Lawyers
San Francisco lawmakers are moving toward providing $2.1 million for lawyers to represent undocumented immigrant children facing deportation after crossing the U.S. border to escape violence in Central America.
23, Sep 2014 - Felonia now included in King’s murder case
THE presiding judge of the Regional Trial Court (RTC) Branch 17 has granted the motion filed by the City...
23, Sep 2014 - Coplay woman charged after federal agents find meth in Berks motel
A Coplay woman and three men face drug charges in federal court after agents raided a Berks County motel Thursday and found nearly five pounds of methamphetamine.
23, Sep 2014 - Federal judge says he doubts Oklahoma can be ready for planned executions
Judge will consider postponing executions if state, which botched execution of Clayton Lockett, proves unable to act quickly in implementing new guidelines Lisa Coleman executed by lethal injection after rejected appeal A federal judge said Thursday he is concerned Oklahoma will not be able to implement new guidelines and training for executions before three inmates are scheduled to die this ...
23, Sep 2014 - Louisiana ruling breaks pro-gay marriage streak
A federal judge upheld Louisiana's ban on same-sex marriages on Wednesday, as well as the state's refusal to recognize gay marriages legally performed in other states.
23, Sep 2014 - Michigan man gets life in prison for murder
A Washtenaw County judge has sentenced a man to life in prison for stabbing a woman to death in front of her 4-year-old twin sons last year.
23, Sep 2014 - Utah Supreme Court Justice Jill Parrish nominated for federal judgeship
Utah Supreme Court Justice Jill Parrish has been nominated for a federal district judgeship by President Barack Obama.
23, Sep 2014 - Spain holds sick boy's parents
The British couple arrested in Spain after pulling their cancer-stricken son out of a Southampton Hospital told a judge they will not return to the UK voluntarily, according to a Madrid court where they appeared on Monday.
23, Sep 2014 - Half brothers freed after 3 decades in prison
North Carolina's longest-serving death row inmate and his younger half brother walked out as free men Wednesday.
23, Sep 2014 - Jury won't consider deaths in Ga. salmonella trial
FILE - In this March 12, 2009 file photo, Peanut Corporation of America's president Stewart Parnell, arrives a federal court in Lynchburg, Va. A jury weighing criminal charges Thursday Sept. 18, 2014 against the owner of a Georgia peanut plant blamed for a nationwide salmonella outbreak five years ago will decide the case without hearing one fact _ that nine people died after eating the company ...
23, Sep 2014 - Former law office manager sentenced in $3 million automobile insurance fraud conspiracy
The former office manager of Sanjoh & Associates has been sentenced to 14 years in federal prison for engaging in a conspiracy to defraud various automobile insurance companies of more than $3 mil
23, Sep 2014 - Big ammo stash found in White House intruder's car
WASHINGTON - A homeless US army veteran who jumped a fence and ran into the White House with a knife had more than 800 rounds of ammunition in his car, a court heard Monday. Omar Gonzalez, 42, appeared in US District Court as Barack Obama's spokesman said the president is "obviously concerned" by Friday's stunning security breach. Wearing an orange prison jumpsuit, Gonzalez stood impassively as ...
23, Sep 2014 - Arrest made in 33-year-old Ohio cold case killing
A former Washington County sheriff's deputy is in jail, charged in the 1981 Ohio cold case killing of a fellow deputy. Mitchell Ruble, 63, of Lowell, Ohio, was arrested Tuesday and is in the Washington County Jail on a charge of aggravated murder in the death of Deputy Lt. Ray "Joe" Clark. The indictment, returned Tuesday morning by a county grand jury, follows an investigation by the Washington ...
23, Sep 2014 - Surviving heroin addiction and rebuilding a young life
Altamont On the street, they say there are only three ways out of heroin addiction: death, prison or take a maintenance drug such as methadone for the rest of your life. Emmanuel Donato is desperately searching for a fourth way out. The 33-year-old former heroin addict, one-time narcotics dealer and ex-convict wonders why he is still alive after being rushed to the emergency room and nearly ...
23, Sep 2014 - Engweiler to be paroled in October
State parole board sets release date for former Lake Oswego man convicted of murdering classmate in 1990 Former Lake Oswego resident and convicted murderer Conrad Engweiler will be granted parole Oct. 16, the Oregon Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision announced today. Engweiler, 40, was convicted in 1991 of raping ...
23, Sep 2014 - MN court: Warrant not needed in drunk driving case if death involved
The Minnesota court today overturned a lower court ruling that tossed out the blood drawn from Derek Stavish of Sartell, who was driving drunk in June 2012, and crashed his truck, killing an occupant.
23, Sep 2014 - RIYADH, Saudi Arabia — The king of Saudi Arabia has warned that extremists could attack Europe an
RALEIGH, N.C. — A former American sailor convicted during the Cold War of leading a family spy ring for the Soviet Union has died in a prison hospital in North Carolina, officials said Friday. Retired navy warrant officer John A. Walker Jr. died...
23, Sep 2014 - Cary man appears in court on murder charge in nurse's shooting death
A Cary man appeared in a Wake County courtroom Monday for the first time since being charged over the weekend for the shooting death of a pediatric home health care nurse working in the area.
23, Sep 2014 - Ex-investigator sues Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission
A former employee of the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission sued the the agency in federal court Monday, saying her supervisors discriminated against her because of her disability, race and age, and forced her to leave.
23, Sep 2014 - Peterson booked, released in child abuse case
MINNEAPOLIS — Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was booked and released from a Texas jail on a child abuse charge early Saturday, capping a tumultuous week for the NFL...
23, Sep 2014 - Thai workers' settlements with Hawaii farms at risk
A federal judge in Hawaii says she won't consider approving $2.4 million in settlements for hundreds of Thai farm workers until the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission holds a news conference clarifying that the agreements are still subject to court approval.
23, Sep 2014 - Murder Suspect In 1997 Killing Extradited To Sequoyah County
SEQUOYAH COUNTY, OKLA. (KFSM) – A Muldrow man accused of murdering a Sallisaw man in 1997 was extradited Tuesday from Texas to the Sequoyah County, Okla., Detention Center, according to the Sequoyah County Sheriff’s Office. Ricky Dority, 56, was extradited from the Bureau of Federal Prisons facility in Texarkana to face charges in the death […]
23, Sep 2014 - Missouri and Texas have executions scheduled for Wednesday
The two states have carried out more than three-quarters of the executions in the U.S. this year.
23, Sep 2014 - Convicted Dunkin' Donuts killer: I'm innocent
James Herard faces death penalty for murder of Eric Jean-Pierre James Herard refused to plead for his life in front of a Broward judge Friday.
23, Sep 2014 - Traveling theater company 34 West settles down in Charleston permanently
Jeff Querin and Stephen Wayne have performed in some weird places — a mega church and dive bars, a fire hazard-filled warehouse and a medium-security prison.
23, Sep 2014 - Newlyweds who admitted thrill killing get life sentences in Pennsylvania
Frances Burns SUNBURY, Pa., Sept. 18 (UPI) -- The young newlyweds who lured a Pennsylvania man with an ad on Craigslist and then killed him were sentenced Thursday to life in prison.
23, Sep 2014 - Marijuana mailed to jail leads to prison
RACINE — Sending joints by mail to a Racine County Jail inmate – in a book from Barnes & Noble – earned a Racine woman more than a year behind bars.
23, Sep 2014 - Texas executes woman who starved child to death
Washington (AFP) - Texas, which has put more inmates to death than any other US state, executed child killer Lisa Coleman, one of only a handful of women on death row.
23, Sep 2014 - Jeopady! champ faces jail time in Wisconsin
28-year-old Jerome Slowik who won more than $120,000 in the show Jeopardy! is facing sexual assault charges in Walworth County.
23, Sep 2014 - Sherman Residents Arrested When Police Discover A Gallon of "Purple Drank"
SHERMAN -- Two residents are facing prison time -- accused of making a drug known as purple drank. It's not only known as purple drank, but also called lean or syrup, but no matter what you call it, Sherman Police say they will arrest anyone making or taking it.
23, Sep 2014 - “The University of Oklahoma has failed him,” OU player’s attorney speaks out after being susp
NORMAN, Okla. – While many football fans are getting ready to battle opposing teams on the gridiron, the University of Oklahoma is in a battle with the courts over a embattled player. Earlier this year, University of Oklahoma President David Boren announced that OU was suspending starting linebacker Frank Shannon for one year. Shannon was […]
23, Sep 2014 - Ex-Michigan Republican committee member sentenced
ESCANABA, Mich. (AP) - A former member of the Michigan Republican State Committee who was convicted of extortion and using a computer to commit a crime during his divorce has been sentenced to three to 20 years in prison. The Daily Press of Escanaba reports ( ) that ...
23, Sep 2014 - Judge: Portsmouth children pulled from abusive home won't have to testify in court
A Scioto County judge has ruled that three children removed from deplorable conditions won't have to testify inside the courtroom at the abuse trial of their mother, grandmother and mother's boyfriend.
23, Sep 2014 - Cleona man charged with raping girl, 13
South Lebanon Rape: Spencer A. Smith, 23, of 30 N. Washington St., Cleona, was jailed Thursday on $500,000 bail on charges he raped a 13-year-old girl at a home in the 200 block of East Evergreen Road earlier this month.
23, Sep 2014 - Felton Man Pleads Guilty to Rape, Child Porn Charges
Authorities say a Felton man faces up to life in prison after pleading guilty Tuesday to rape and child pornography offenses.
23, Sep 2014 - Man charged in beating death of guy who argued with girlfriend
A married father from the suburbs is accused of beating a man to death because he disrespected his girlfriend. Antwon Williams promised his 21-year-old girlfriend he would “check” Raphael Watts after she complained about the argument she had with Watts on the night of Sept. 4, Assistant Cook County State’s Attorney Colleen Rogers said. Williams’ girlfriend lived in a home in Humboldt Park with ...
23, Sep 2014 - Accused killer denied trial delay
John Clayton Owens was in court Wednesday. He is accused of killing 91-year-old Doris Richardson in 2011.
23, Sep 2014 - Court: Joint trial outweighs speedy trial
 The Kentucky Supreme Court rules that in some circumstances a person's right to delay a trial outweighs the right to a speedy trial of a co-defendant.
23, Sep 2014 - Prosecutors: Statements In Colorado Man’s Murder Case Voluntary
Prosecutors in eastern Montana are asking a state judge to deny a defense request to suppress the suspect's alleged confession in a high-profile murder case.
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