A 78-year-old Pennsylvania man who stole a rare Revolutionary-era rifle from a museum in 1971 was sentenced to one day in prison and a year of home confinement.
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- USA TODAY
Two-year-old Emma Sweet was found three miles downstream from where her father had been found by duck hunters on Friday.
- Great Falls Tribune
A judge on Monday sentenced a man who killed another man with a hatchet during a 2018 street fight in Great Falls to 65 years in prison.
- NBC News
A Southern California man was accused of fatally shooting his four children and his mother-in-law late Sunday, authorities said.
- The Daily Beast
Tiziana Fabi/Getty ImagesRudy Guede, who was convicted of raping and killing British student Meredith Kercher and who was released from jail early this past week, insinuated Amanda Knox and her ex-lover Raffaelle Sollecito were the ones who “inflict[ed] the stab wounds” in the gruesome 2007 murder. Guede, who spent 13 years in jail for the crime, maintained his innocence in his first post-jail interview with Britain’s The Sun, even as Knox pleaded with him to clear her name. “I know the truth an
- LA Times
According to an investigation by The Times, the theft of 44 guns from an L.A. gun store has spurred a cascade of allegations against LAPD officers and a roiling department scandal.
- The Tennessean
A woman faces a public intoxication charge after reportedly attacking to flight attendants aboard a Spirit Airlines flight to Nashville, records show.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
The statement comes a day after opinion columnist Tim Steller of the Arizona Daily Star published a column on and video of the confrontation.
Daunte Wright's former teacher said ex-police officer Kim Potter was 'so brash and brazen that she murdered a Black man with no thought' ahead of manslaughter trial
Courtney Ross, who was George Floyd's girlfriend, said Kim Potter fatally shot Wright as the "world was looking at racist cops with a microscope."
- The Des Moines Register
Willard Noble Chaiden Miller and Jeremy Everett Goodale waived their right to a speedy trial, which means prosecutors are not required to try them within 90 days of formal charges being filed Nov. 12.
- The Advocate
“I should be able to walk around and hold my boyfriend’s hand without fear of something like this happening."
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
The 6-year-old wandered off from her mother and brother, and the suspect allegedly took the opportunity to strike, police said.
- LA Times
Authorities have identified four suspects — including two teenagers — in a smash-and-grab robbery at a Home Depot in Lakewood on Friday.
- State College Centre Daily Times
A neighbor’s Thanksgiving dispute cost an innocent man his life, officials said.
- E! News
Amanda Knox’s husband, Christopher Robinson, reacted to Rudy Guede’s latest interview after he was freed from prison. "This is cruel," Robinson wrote on Twitter.
- NBC News
SAN JOSE, Calif.— Elizabeth Holmes testified Monday that being sexually assaulted while a student at Stanford drove her decision to drop out at 19 and devote
- The Bulletin
Tanisha Vicento snapped during her testimony Monday and lashed out at the man accused of killing three members of a Griswold family in late 2017.
- Yahoo Celebrity
Jim Bob Duggar was subpoenaed to testify at an evidentiary hearing one day before jury selection begins in Josh Duggar's child porn trial.
R&B singer Ari Lennox was arrested at an Amsterdam airport after police say she caused a public disturbance. She claimed that racial profiling was a factor in her arrest.
"Our unit found a woman full of emotions, that wouldn't calm down," a police spokesman told Reuters. "That's why she had to be taken into custody."
- Atlanta Black Star
‘Gross Misconduct’: Two UK Officers Sent to Protect the Area, Instead Shared Photos of Two Murdered Black Women; Both Face ‘Lengthy’ Sentences
Two London Metropolitan Police officers are off the force after taking and sharing photos of the dead bodies of two women, whom they referred to […]
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Off-duty Milwaukee police officer who swung at photographers during police brutality protest reaches plea deal
The trial of a Milwaukee police officer accused of assaulting two photographers while off-duty during a police brutality protest was t o begin Monday.