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The 911 caller who lied about being robbed at gunpoint the night Pasadena police shot and killed unarmed teenage robbery suspect Kendrec McDade agreed Monday to plead guilty to false reporting charges. Oscar Carrillo will serve 90 days in jail and...
Tags: Theft, Justice System, Lawyers, Prosecution, Punishment
The Hartford CourantA judge on Monday set bail at $25 million for the 27-year-old Hartford man charged Friday with murder in connection with a 2007 cold case and with shooting seven other people. The charges against Donald "Amen" Raynor include murder, six counts of...
Reuters(Reuters) - "Man of Steel," the big-budget reboot of the Superman franchise, leaped over the apocalyptic buddy comedy "This is the End," collecting a muscular $113.1 million to lead the domestic box office with the year's second-largest debut weekend...
Opening statements are scheduled to begin Tuesday in the trial of a Baltimore County police officer accused in the death of a Randallstown teen last summer. A jury was selected Monday in the trial of James D. Laboard, who is accused of manslaughter in...
EL CENTRO — Two teenagers who allegedly burglarized two El Centro schools during the weekend were arrested, police announced Monday. The apprehensions of the 14-year-old and 15-year-old took place Saturday after reports that a number of Wilson...
Editor’s note: Taken from the Danville 911 records, the Police Blotter represents a history of the initial calls and the information used by the dispatcher to send officers to investigate complaints. It is not necessarily an indication of what the...
The Winter Park-area man accused of having sex with two students when he taught at Lyman High School waived his appearance at an arraignment Tuesday and instead submitted a written not-guilty plea. Scott Kimbrough, a 39-year-old math teacher, was...
The Hartford CourantConnecticut has become a national leader in a "critical but quiet revolution" in policies to reduce youth incarceration, according to a report released Tuesday by the National Juvenile Justice Network and the Texas Public Policy Foundation. The report...
Tags: Mental Health, Laws, Family, Prisons, Police Arrests
The following items were taken from police reports. Downers Grove • A 54-year-old Lisle man was arrested for speeding and possession of cannabis June 10. • Someone set fire to a paper lawn bag in the driveway of a residence at the 800...
Tags: Woodridge, Theft, Darien (DuPage, Illinois), Prosecution, Crimes
Ramani Ayer's op-ed of June 15, "Let Kishimoto Finish Her Test" [June 15] is on the mark, and hopefully advice the Hartford school board and Mayor Pedro Segarra will take heed. But a glaring omission stands out, and that is, where are the parents? The...
Tags: Pedro E. Segarra
Mother of Kendrec McDade, teen shot dead by Pasadena police, calls for criminal charges against officersThe mother of Kendrec McDade -- the unarmed teenage robbery suspect fatally shot last year by Pasadena police -- stood on the steps of Pasadena City Hall on Tuesday to call for the criminal prosecution of the officers who killed her son. Anya Slaughter&...
Tags: Judges, Justice System, Lawyers, Punishment, Prisons
When 3-year-old Jared Nicholas Patton died in December 2009 of what doctors said were the results of an inflicted brain injury when he was only 3 weeks old, James City County's top prosecutor hoped to bring a murder charge against the boy's father....
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