Gabby Petito's body was found near Wyoming's Grand Teton National Park last month. The coroner said Tuesday she died by strangulation three to four weeks before her body was found. Her death was ruled a homicide.
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After more than a month of searching, authorities found apparent human remains near a backpack and a notebook believed to belong to Brian Laundrie in a Florida nature reserve, the FBI announced. The remains have not yet been identified. Jericka Duncan has more.
At least 4 other bodies were found during the almost 2-month search for Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie
Authorities looking for the couple in Alabama, Wyoming, North Carolina, and Colorado have inadvertently discovered other remains.
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Vanderburgh County Sheriff's OfficeA 36-year-old Indiana woman is behind bars after police discovered two people tied up and shackled in her home—one of them “deceased and beyond help.”The woman, identified by Evansville authorities as Heidi Carter, faces a string of charges in connection with the Tuesday night incident, which police say took even them by surprise.It all began after a woman flagged down an Indiana State Trooper late Tuesday night, saying she’d stopped by Carter’s home only to fi
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Authorities are investigating whether the remains belong to Brian Laundrie.
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Robert Bierenbaum, a former plastic surgeon who was convicted of murdering his wife in 2000, confessed to killing her and throwing her body out of an airplane after more than three decades of maintaining his innocence. Bierenbaum, an experienced pilot who had been convicted on circumstantial evidence, was serving his 20 years-to-life prison sentence when he made the chilling confession during a December 2020 parole board hearing. It was the first time he had admitted to the crime since his wife, Gail Katz, disappeared in 1985.
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W.A. Police handoutSix days after 4-year-old Cleo Smith disappeared on a family camping trip, police now say she was likely snatched from the tent where she was sleeping next to her infant sister. They are offering a $750,000 reward for any leads to what might have happened.Smith had gone to sleep near her 7-month-old sister Isla around 8 p.m. Friday night, tucked inside a sleeping bag in a section of the brand new family-sized tent the family was trying out for the first time. She was wearing o
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Screenshot/WWLP via YouTubeA professor at a New England liberal arts college for women, who used a fire poker, rock, and pruning shears to torture a colleague for hours, was sentenced on Wednesday to at least a decade in prison.Rie Hachiyanagi, 50, an art professor at Mount Holyoke College in western Massachusetts’ Pioneer Valley, pleaded guilty in Franklin County Superior Court on Friday to nine charges in connection with the attack on fellow professor Lauret Savoy at Savoy’s home, according to
Brian Laundrie's parents are 'not convinced' yet that the human remains authorities found belong to their son
But Chris and Roberta Laundrie believe there's a "strong" chance the remains found in a Florida park are their missing son's, the family lawyer said.
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Two puppies were stolen during an armed robbery that turned into a shootout when the homeowner brought out her gun and chased after the suspects.
Here are ten true horror stories reported on by major news outlets from the disappearance of Elisa Lam to devil worship in Florida.
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Authorities announced late Tuesday night that the recovered the remains of 22-year-old Emily Ferlazzo, of Northfield, who had not been seen since Saturday afternoon.
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Law enforcement officials have confirmed a search warrant executed in New Sharon Tuesday morning is part of the investigation into Xavior Harrelson’s death.
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The Georgia county court where the three alleged murderers of Ahmaud Arbery are on trial mistakenly exposed potential jurors to suppressed evidence, including the 25-year-old black jogger's mental health history, which a judge banned from the trial.
A Florida woman is suing Brian Laundrie's dad for $40. She says it's an effort to 'break their silence' around Gabby Petito's death.
The Laundries' lawyer says the family is being "harassed with lawsuits for a $40 sign that was more than likely on their property and should be considered litter."
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As expected, Parkland school shooter Nikolas Cruz pleaded guilty Wednesday in a move legal experts say is intended to potentially sway jurors to spare him from execution. Instead, it angered relatives who sat together in a Broward courtroom to watch him formally accept responsibility for the worst school shooting in Florida history. Hunched over a lectern, Cruz expressed disdain for drugs, saying “this country would be better if everyone would stop smoking marijuana” and complained that he “can’t even watch TV anymore.”
"And all of the foregoing is occurring when they have no idea whether their son is alive or not," the attorney Steven Bertolino told Insider.
Here's a tip: Keep a spare car key in your wallet, not in your car. That's the lesson that thousands of vehicle owners have (hopefully) learned after their car was stolen because they left the engine running while they ran a quick errand or kept a key fob in their cupholder.
Nikolas Cruz pleaded guilty to all 34 charges in the 2018 Parkland massacre. He apologized for killing 17 people, saying he must live with it 'every day.'
"I am very sorry for what I did and I have to live with it every day," said Cruz, who opened fire at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in 2018.
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“Some people should not have guns, and I think you are one of them,” U.S. Judge Mary Lewis told Kerry Trent Kinard after sentencing him to prison for lying on an application to buy a gun.
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Facebook/Help Find MayThe husband of a missing California mom of three was arrested Tuesday for her murder, 10 months after she disappeared.“The evidence is clear and overwhelming. Larry Millete is responsible for May’s murder and disappearance,” Chula Vista Police Chief Roxana Kennedy said in a Tuesday press conference. Maya “May” Millete, 39, was last seen alive on Jan. 7, 2021, shortly before she and her husband were about to take their daughters—aged 4, 9, and 11—on a trip to the mountains.