A 26-year-old woman is being charged with a hate crime and felony criminal mischief after she allegedly spray-painted Denver’s Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception with messages and symbols of hate.
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The suspects crashed their truck into a tree in a head-on collision before fleeing the scene, officials said.
A 73-year-old New York grandmother outsmarted scammers who pretended to be her grandson and said he needed $8,000 to be bailed out of jail
"I told him I had the money in the house, and I figured, he's not going to fall for that. Well, he fell for that hook, line, and sinker," the woman said.
Merrill Lynch wealth adviser arrested, fired after calling teen smoothie shop worker an ‘immigrant loser’ and throwing a drink at her
‘Our company does not tolerate behavior of this kind,’ Merrill representative says of James Iannazzo, who worked as an adviser there for 26 years.
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This deer poacher may be the king of all dummies.
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The long-running case of a former deep-sea treasure hunter marking his sixth year in jail for refusing to disclose the whereabouts of missing gold coins has hit yet another roadblock. Research scientist Tommy Thompson has been held in contempt of court since Dec. 15, 2015, for that refusal. A hearing held Monday in hopes of helping draw the case to a conclusion ended with a federal judge giving Thompson two months to find a new attorney ahead of yet another hearing.
- The Telegraph
It was in the spring of 1982 that 21-year-old Carl Stottor met the man who would destroy his life. Stottor had travelled to London from Blackpool a few months earlier, trying to forge a career as a drag artist. Like many young gay men of that era, he gravitated to the capital as a place of acceptance. Once there, he drank and partied amid the bright lights of Soho’s gay pubs and bars.
The mother refused to give the child's name to the woman. But the woman somehow already knew his name and began to call it out, police said.
- The Hill
Police arrested a Georgia pastor and charged him with false imprisonment after officials allegedly found eight people locked inside his basement.The pastor has disputed the charges.The Griffin Police Department said in a news release on Jan. 18 that Curtis Keith Bankston, 55, and his wife, Sophia Simm-Bankston, 56, were running an "unlicensed group home" at the house "under the guise of a church known as One Step of Faith 2nd Chance."An...
Law enforcement seized 20 firearm, about 5,000 rounds of ammunition and numerous high-capacity magazines from a Ravenna Township home on Friday.
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“It had to be divine intervention.”
The four-year-old girl was taken from a campsite and held in a locked house for 18 days.
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A Connecticut man has been charged with intimidation based on bigotry or bias, breach of peace and criminal trespassing after, authorities said, he hurled a
- LA Times
Lourdes Maldonado López was shot to death Sunday night in Tijuana, becoming the second journalist killed there in less than a week.
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Polish police said a 29-year-old woman made the Nazi salute in front of the "Gate of Death." She said she did it as a "stupid joke."
- The Tennessean
A man has been arrested after Robertson County Deputy Savanna Puckett was found shot and dead inside her burning home Sunday, officials said.
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Brian Laundrie went missing as the search for his fiancé Gabby Petito, and the person responsible for her disappearance, intensified.View Entire Post ›
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"He is an honorable man who dedicated his life to teaching and never had a complaint," his attorney said.
- The Fayetteville Observer
As a young exotic dancer, Leslie Rye had no stable housing or transportation. Her lack of necessities made her an easy target. January is Human Trafficking Prevention Month.
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Authorities in Wisconsin are investigating the deaths of six people found in a Milwaukee home, a medical examiner's office said Sunday evening.
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A week before Jasiel Correia heads to prison in New Hampshire, he's asked for a delay. But the government says, if he can work, he can face prison.