Share||Print Missouri police foil mass murder plot at `Twilight` screening, WalmartMissouri police foil mass murder plot at `Twilight` screening, WalmartUpdated: Friday, November 16 2012 3:47 PM EST2012-11-16 20:47:52 GMTA 20-year-old man is accused of buying assault rifles and more than 400 rounds of ammunition in a plot to commit mass murder at a Twilight screening and a Missouri Walmart.Blae Lammers plot was foiledFull Story >A 20-year-old man is accused of buying assault rifles and more than 400 rounds of ammunition in a plot to commit mass murder at a Twilight screening and a Missouri Walmart.Full Story >Help Cincy hospital identify ICU patientHelp Cincy hospital identify ICU patientUpdated: Friday, November 16 2012 3:47 PM EST2012-11-16 20:47:09 GMTHospital officials need your help to identify a man in critical condition. University Hospital in Cincinnati is reaching out to media outlets to help them identify one of their patients. Last Friday,Full Story >University Hospital in Cincinnati is reaching out to media outlets to help them identify one of their patients.Full Story >Bears' Cutler to miss 49ers game with concussionBears' Cutler to miss 49ers game with concussionThe Chicago Bears say quarterback Jay Cutler will miss Monday's game at San Francisco because of a concussion.Full Story >The Chicago Bears were bracing for an injury to Jay Cutler long before the season started.Full Story >Your Week in Viral Videos: Bet you didn't know some dogs hate walksYour Week in Viral Videos: Bet you didn't know some dogs hate walksUpdated: Friday, November 16 2012 3:03 PM EST2012-11-16 20:03:16 GMT(RNN) – The world will not end if you don't watch this week's installment of viral videos, but it will seem a lot less bright. And quite frankly, we're all about making people happy. Work with us, people,Full Story >Poor doggie. It's probably for the best that he can't communicate to his owner what he is thinking right now.Full Story >Toddler held at gunpoint during Butler Co. home invasionToddler held at gunpoint during Butler Co. home invasionUpdated: Friday, November 16 2012 3:02 PM EST2012-11-16 20:02:09 GMTA toddler is held at gunpoint during a Middletown home invasion. Just after midnight on Friday, two masked men entered the Seneca Street home Neil Amburgey shares with Stephanie McDaniel and her 2-year-oldFull Story >Police say one of the men searched the home for valuables while the other held the family captive at gunpoint.Full Story > BURLINGTON, KY (FOX19) - The mayor-elect of Walton, KY has been arrested for abuse of public trust. A warrant for Phil Trzop, 62, of Walton, was served just before noon on Friday. According to the Boone County Sheriff's Office, the three week investigation initially revealed Trzop used cash from the sales of scrap metal to give Christmas bonuses to employees. Trzop was the General Manager of the Boone County Water District and the charges are related to his work there. However, the more the detectives delved into it the numbers just didn't match up. Trzop finally admitted to having money at his house and relinquished it to the detectives. Abuse of public trust is a Class C felony punishable by five to 10 years in the state penitentiary. Trzop is in the Boone County Detention Center in lieu of a $50,000 cash bond. Phil Trzop was the mayor of Walton from 1994 until 2010. He was elected again in November of 2012. Copyright 2012 WXIX. All rights reserved.
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