The man is behind bars tonight.
An Arizona cult leader accused of taking more than 20 women and girls as wives 'constantly' said he wanted to kiss and touch his underage daughter, FBI says
The man told his underage daughter that "if his feelings were right, he would make her have a child," according to an FBI affidavit.
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Idaho police on Monday shared several updates in their investigation into the murders of four University of Idaho students on Nov. 13, though there are still no suspects.
A motorist from Quincy, Massachusetts, has been arrested and charged after allegedly hitting an Asian man and dragging him for hundreds of yards before flinging him into a construction ditch while making anti-Chinese remarks. It all started when the victim — who was standing outside a local post office with his sister and her three children — called out the driver for speeding. The family stayed and collected the driver’s information.
A disturbing attack that took place in New York City was captured on video this weekend, showing a masked man hitting a stranger with a baseball bat
Chris Christie's niece bit and kicked deputies trying to escort her off a Spirit Airlines flight after she asked passengers who she thought were Latino if they were 'smuggling cocaine,' report says
Shannon Epstein reportedly yelled that the deputies who arrested her would get in trouble because of her uncle's connection to former President Donald Trump.
- The Week
Michael Avenatti sentenced to 14 years in prison for tax evasion, fraud
- Miami Herald
A homeowners association president and her husband were shot and killed by a neighbor at a condo in Stuart, Florida over the weekend, according to the Martin County Sheriff’s Office.
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As forensic results start to be shared with authorities, a former FBI detective says that hair follicles of the suspect may lead police to make an arrest.
- CBS News
Joseph Mills, a coach and role model to the victim's youngest son, was sentenced to life in prison without parole 41 years after the rape and murder of Linda Slaten in her Lakeland home.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
The woman refused to come back and pick up the buckets, saying it “was not her problem,” police said.
- Sacramento Bee
“I heard her screaming and crying and I thought she fell down and I saw the coyote was there.”
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A California man is accused of throwing a Molotov cocktail toward a police officer. The man had an arrest warrant for committing a similar crime in July.
- The Hill
A Georgia man's Facebook comment got him some unwanted attention from law enforcement — ending with an arrest.
- Fox News
Los Angeles police announce 18 arrests in massive organized retail theft ring day after new sheriff sworn in
The LAPD announced the arrested of 18 suspects in a large organized retail theft operation same weekend Robert Luna was sworn in as new LA County Sheriff after Alex Villanueva's defeat.
- Raleigh News and Observer
The driver also is accused of slamming into two tractor-trailers.
- WSB Cox articles
Jordan Brown, 21, pleaded guilty before a U.S. District Court judge Tuesday in Savannah to charges of assaulting a military service member and intimidating a witness, according to court records. Prosecutors say Brown plotted with a former sergeant to kill Army Spc. Austin Hawk.
- WMUR - Manchester
Massachusetts woman arrested in connection to string of thefts at the Mall at Rockingham Park
The two other roommates who were home at the time four University of Idaho students were stabbed to death in their beds have offered their first public words.
- Associated Press
An attorney for a man accused of fatally shooting rapper Takeoff last month said Monday that the musician’s death outside a Houston bowling alley was a tragedy but that her client says he's innocent of the crime. Patrick Xavier Clark, 33, made a brief court appearance in which prosecutors and his defense attorneys agreed to hold a bond reduction hearing on Dec. 14. Clark was arrested on a murder charge last week and is jailed on a $2 million bond.
- Ft. Smith Southwest Times Record
The Arkansas State Police reported the arrest of Johnson County Sheriff Jimmy Stephens on gun and weapons complaints.