Since that day, hundreds of people have been arrested, many charged and sentenced for their involvement in the January 6 insurrection, including some from the Tampa Bay area.
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- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
The creature was found after a Crime Stoppers tip.
More than 44 years after a 27-year-old woman mysteriously vanished in California, authorities have positively identified her “partial skeletal remains.” The remains, including a skull, were discovered in 1986—nine years after she vanished—by a survey crew along an embankment of the Ortega Highway in Lake Elsinore, but at the time authorities were unable to positively identify the victim, who had been shot in the head, according to a statement from the Riverside County District Attorney’s Office.
- The News-Press
A cell phone video shows Floyd L. Wallace Jr. of Omaha, Nebraska, walking in front of a Cape Coral Fire Station carrying a black, zippered case.
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.
- Democrat and Chronicle
This deer poacher may be the king of all dummies.
- Times Recorder
The former campground manager will serve more than a year behind bars for killing Lincoln, a dog belonging to a tenant she wanted to evict.
- The Doctors CBS
At just 17, Sara Schulting-Kranz was raped and got pregnant. She went to the police who said there was insignificant evidence to convict her rapist. She decided to keep the baby and went on to meet and marry her husband. They had two more boys together, then one day her husband walked through the door and told her that he had been leading a double life for 14 years. Hear her incredible story of resilience. Check out Sara's book "Walk Through This: Harness The Healing Power Of Nature And Travel The Road Of Forgiveness." Woman Shares Her Path of Trauma to Triumph after a Lifetime of Betrayal
“I knew he was a real scammer. I just knew he wasn’t going to scam me."
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
We need to back the blue. But why wasn’t the police officer fired? [Opinion]
The man suspected of stabbing a woman to death at an upscale Los Angeles furniture store earlier this month has officially been charged in her murder. Shawn Laval Smith, 31, was identified as a suspect in the Jan. 13 murder of UCLA student Brianna Kupfer just days after a customer found the 24-year-old Pacific Palisades woman in a pool of blood at Croft House, where she worked. LAPD officials stated, prior to identifying Smith, that was their belief that the afternoon stabbing was a random attac
- LA Times
Four people were killed and a fifth was injured when multiple gunmen opened fire in what police say was an act of gang-related violence.
A man from North Carolina, Jake Ross, was sentenced to 55 years in prison for paying a mother in the Philippines to sexually abuse her children over livestream. The 47-year-old man from McDowell County received the longest sentence ever given in a child pornography case by the federal courts in the Asheville division of the Western District of North Carolina, reported the Charlotte Observer. The Chief U.S. District Judge Martin Reidinger also added a lifetime of court supervision if Ross were to outlive his sentence.
Police say they have identified persons of interest in the murders of a Utah couple, whose family believe they may have crossed paths with Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie
Officials have ruled out a connection between the murders of Kylen Schulte and Crystal Turner and the Petito/Laundrie case.
- Lexington Herald-Leader
While Richmond police were investigating the robbery, the suspect contacted the victims on social media, threatening to return to the house. Officers waited and confronted him when he arrived.
- USA TODAY
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 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 Tennessean
A man has been arrested after Robertson County Deputy Savanna Puckett was found shot and dead inside her burning home Sunday, officials said.
- Associated Press
Adam and Kayla Montgomery, together with two children of their own and Adam's daughter, Harmony Montgomery, age 5 at the time, were evicted from a Manchester home on Nov. 27, 2019, the office said in a news release. “Multiple individuals have reported seeing Harmony with Adam and Kayla in the following days; however, by approximately December 6–10, 2019, Adam and Kayla apparently had only their two common children, and Harmony was no longer with them," the office said. “This information leads police to believe that it was sometime during this window of approximately November 28–December 10, 2019, that Harmony Montgomery disappeared," it said.
The FBI indicted 23 people accused of earning $1 million in more than a dozen pre-planned car accidents
The defendants are accused of planning the collisions and orchestrating them mostly on secluded roads. They face up to 55 years in prison.
- Associated Press
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.