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31, Jan 2015 - Bag of bananas, threatening greeting card land Dickinson man in jail
A Dickinson man is accused of leveling a bizarre threat against police officers using a bag of bananas and a greeting card. Andrew Lee Stitt, 51, is charged terroristic threat against a public servant.
31, Jan 2015 - Denver City councilman sentenced to 5 years for role in heroin, meth ring
U.S. District Judge Robert A. Junell sentenced 50-year-old former Denver City (TX) councilman Joe Anthony Kay to five years in federal prison for his role in a Midland-based heroin and methamphetamine distribution ring...
31, Jan 2015 - Fayetteville man sentenced for failing to register as sex offender
A Fayetteville man has been sentenced to nearly 3 1/2 years in prison for not registering as a sex offender.
31, Jan 2015 - West Virginia-Texas Preview
Isaiah Taylor hasn't been up to par since returning for Texas. West Virginia has plenty of respect for Taylor, though believes its full-court pressure can add to his woes. The No. 16 Mountaineers force more turnovers than anyone in the nation and look to harass Taylor on the road Saturday and hand his 20th-ranked Longhorns a third straight loss. Texas (12-4, 1-2 Big 12) began the season ranked ...
31, Jan 2015 - Linn County jury finds Schaul guilty of vehicular homicide
CEDAR RAPIDS — A Linn County jury Monday found Brandon Schaul guilty of vehicular homicide in the death of Rachel Denny and the serious injury of her 21-month-old daughter Izabella in 2013. The jury started deliberations Friday following a four-day trial and came back with a verdict just before 9 a.m. Monday. They found Schaul guilty of homicide by vehicle and serious injury by vehicle. Schaul ...
31, Jan 2015 - AG: Industrial history museum's finances need greater oversight
The industrial museum in the works in Northampton County needs additional accountability safeguards going forward, according to the state attorney general. Kathleen Kane released the results Thursday of her office's review of the planned National Museum of Industrial History (NMIH) in Bethlehem. Kane said her office has filed a decree for court approval to provide increased accountability and ...
31, Jan 2015 - State police: 2014 concealed carry permits in Illinois top 91,000
More than 91,000 concealed carry permits have been issued in Illinois since the state began allowing guns to be carried in public a year ago, according to Illinois State Police figures released Friday.State police said 91,651 permits had been granted by the end of 2014. Cook County, which includes Chicago, led the way with almost 24,000 permits, or more than one-quarter of Illinois' total ...
31, Jan 2015 - Oklahoma, Florida execute inmates with same drug cocktail used in botched lethal injection
Oklahoma and Florida executed death row inmates twelve minutes apart Thursday, with both states employing the same three-drug cocktail that was used in a botched lethal injection in Oklahoma last April.
31, Jan 2015 - Assisted suicide case goes to New Mexico appeals court
Do terminally-ill patients in the New Mexico already have a right to end their lives?
31, Jan 2015 - UF women’s tennis sweeps USF, shows progress in doubles
After a nearly impeccable weekend, the No. 2 Florida women’s tennis team returned to its home court on Wednesday to face No. 53 South Florida.
31, Jan 2015 - Upcoming photo ID requirement to vote in NC weighed in court
RALEIGH — North Carolina’s upcoming photo identification requirement to vote received a full day in court Friday but no decision from a judge on whether the mandate is lawful to begin in 2016 or unconstitutionally harms the poor or older adults who lack IDs.
31, Jan 2015 - Maine judge tells media what they can and can't report from hearing in lawyer's assault cas
PORTLAND, Maine - A Maine judge ordered the media not to report what witnesses said during an attorney's criminal court appearance. The Portland Press Herald ( ) reports Anthony Sineni III, of Standish, was convicted of misdemeanour charges of assault and disorderly conduct...
31, Jan 2015 - Gay marriage ban ends as couples wed throughout Florida
KISSIMMEE, Fla. (AP) — Florida's ban on same-sex marriage ended statewide at the stroke of midnight Monday, and court clerks in some counties wasted no time, issuing marriage licenses and performing weddings for same-sex couples in the early morning hours.
31, Jan 2015 - Michael Jackson’s mom loses appeal vs. US promoter
The concert promoter AEG was in no way responsible for Michael Jackson's death, a California court ruled Friday as it rejected an appeal brought by the singer's mother.
31, Jan 2015 - Texas Boy, 13, Sentenced For Killing Father, Brother
A 13-year-old Texas boy has been sentenced to prison after pleading guilty to capital murder in the shooting deaths of his father and younger brother.
31, Jan 2015 - IN COURT: 4 make historic first appearance on felony Venus Flytrap theft charges
Four people were in court Monday morning for their first appearances on charges of stealing Venus Flytraps in Pender County. The crime  became a felony Dec. 1, 2014 , and this was the first time the new law has been enforced as such in North Carolina.
31, Jan 2015 - Track coach sentenced to prison for sex crimes in Phoenix
A Maricopa County Superior Court spokesman says Judge Pamela Svoboda sentenced Bo Reed on Wednesday to six years in prison and lifetime probation.
31, Jan 2015 - 'Intellectually disabled' man to be executed
The Georgia State Board of Pardons and Paroles voted to deny clemency in the case of convicted murderer Warren Hill, the board said Tuesday, hours before Hill's scheduled 7 p.m. ET execution.
31, Jan 2015 - Sheriff’s Dept. Is Trying to Arrest People Before They Commit Major Crimes
The sheriff uses data to track people it considers potential serious criminals, and initiates massive sweeps to try and catch them in the midst of an arrestable offense. In the process, thousands of residents are contacted by law enforcement just for being in a public place.
31, Jan 2015 - Boston Sues Gaming Commission to Block Planned Wynn Casino
Boston sued the Massachusetts state gambling regulator to block a planned Wynn Resorts Ltd. (WYNN) casino near the city, arguing residents should get to vote on the $1.6 billion project because they will bear the brunt of the environmental impact and traffic congestion.
31, Jan 2015 - U.S. Attorney, Iowa DOT highlight human trafficking crimes at event
By Trish Mehaffey, The Gazette EVANSDALE — As officials wrapped up National Slavery and Human Traffic Prevention month, Iowa Department of Transportation officers teamed up Friday with U.S. Attorney Kevin Techau for a special awareness event at the Flying J truck plaza. Techau and the officers were handing out wallet cards and window decals with information about ...
31, Jan 2015 - Republican senators want Tupac Shakur's aunt back from Cuba
There is a $2 million reward for Rapper Tupac Shakur's aunt, who is wanted in New Jersey for the execution-style killing of a police officer during a traffic stop.  Three Republican senators, including potential 2016 presidential contender Marco Rubio, were asking the federal government Friday to be more aggressive about pursuing fugitives who are hiding in Cuba. The U.S. doesn't have an ...
31, Jan 2015 - Idaho prisoner dies from apparent self-inflicted injury
Donald Peters Shriver, 48, who was serving a life sentence for robbery, was found unconscious at 11:12 p.m. Sunday inside his cell at the Idaho Maximum Security Institution south of… Click to Continue »
31, Jan 2015 - Mason City man sentenced on meth charges
MASON CITY | A Mason City man was sentenced Monday to prison on a drug charge involving the manufacture of methamphetamine.
31, Jan 2015 - Philly man charged in Lansdale DUI, illegal drug possession case waives hearing
LANSDALE A Philly man who allegedly spilled illegally possessed pills all over the Towamencin police station after being taken into custody by Lansdale police for purportedly driving under the influence last month was released from county jail on his own recognizance Jan. 8 shortly after waiving his preliminary hearing in district court.
31, Jan 2015 - News groups join Larry Flynt's push for execution info
Fourteen news organizations have asked a federal appeals court to allow pornographer Larry Flynt to join a lawsuit seeking to force Missouri to disclose details of its execution methods.
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31, Jan 2015 - 79 Year Old Auburn Man Headed to Prison
Bruce Lee Cearlock, 79, of Auburn, was sentenced to 18 months in prison for making false statements to obtain federal employee's compensation.
31, Jan 2015 - Anti-Homosexuality Activists Have Freedom to Distribute Fliers on College Campus, Federal Court Rul
A federal court in Illinois has ordered a community college to allow two activists to distribute anti-homosexuality leaflets on its campus, after the school maintained that the individuals could not distribute such materials that were deemed "inconsistent with the philosophy, goals and mission of the college."
31, Jan 2015 - Crime & Legal Issues: Legislation could expand Virginia's DNA database
Legislation sponsored by two Virginia lawmakers calls for greatly increasing the number of people who must provide DNA samples to the state upon their convictions.
31, Jan 2015 - Trial starts for man accused of war crimes in Bosnia
BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) — A Bosnian war crimes suspect living in Vermont is on trial in federal court.
31, Jan 2015 - Former Pierce County resident last to be sentenced in ‘Operation Ice Breaker’
Eric Arrana-Garcia, 39, a citizen of Mexico who previously lived in Blackshear, was sentenced last week to 18 years in prison for his role i…
31, Jan 2015 - Former administrator Hebert takes county to court
Winona County’s former administrator is taking the county to court.
31, Jan 2015 - Officials investigating inmate death at Idaho prison
Idaho Department of Correction officials say they are investigating the apparent suicide of an inmate at the Idaho Maximum Security Institution in Boise.
31, Jan 2015 - Maryland judge drops charges in killing of NC teen
BALTIMORE, Md. — A judge in Baltimore, Md., citing insufficient evidence, has dismissed all charges against a Baltimore man Tuesday in the murder case of a Union County teenager, according to WBAL. Michael Johnson already stood trial twice in Phylicia Barnes’ murder case. In December a judge declared a mistrial in the case against Johnson, WSOC reported. […]
31, Jan 2015 - Drug dog sniffs out meth in Butte jail cells
Buster, Butte-Silver Bow Police’s drug-sniffing dog, busted inmates at the Detention Center for stashing meth in their cells.
31, Jan 2015 - Colorado supporters of gay marriage applaud U.S. Supreme Court review
Colorado supporters of same-sex marriage applauded the U.S. Supreme Court's decision Friday to take up the issue this term, and most predicted that gays across the nation will be allowed to marry in all 50 states within five months.
31, Jan 2015 - GA inmate who's come close to death 3 times to die Tuesday
A Georgia death row inmate who has come within hours of execution three times is once again scheduled to die this week.
31, Jan 2015 - Mentally disabled US man to be executed Tuesday
An intellectually disabled death row inmate in the US state of Georgia is scheduled to die Tuesday, as lawyers and advocates petition for his life to be spared. On Thursday, lawyers for Warren Hill, 54, filed an appeal with the US Supreme court to stop the execution based on his intellectual disability. Hill's intellectual disability has been certified by numerous psychiatric experts and his ...
31, Jan 2015 - Saeed Abedini's wife Naghmeh seeks meeting with Barack Obama
The wife of a pastor imprisoned in Iran has requested a meeting with President Barack Obama during his visit to their hometown of Boise, Idaho.
31, Jan 2015 - Joe Morrissey Charged with Forgery, Perjury
A Virginia lawmaker who was just re-elected despite being jailed for a sex scandal with a teenager faces new felony charges.
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