Feb 23, 2021
Iowa Man Sentenced to Life in Nebraska Man's Stabbing Death
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OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — An Iowa man was sentenced on Tuesday for his role in the death of a Nebraska man who was stabbed 20 times.
Raymond T. Davis, 31, of Des Moines, was sentenced for first-degree murder in the June 29, 2018, death of Brent Quigley, 39, in Bellevue, Nebraska. Davis also was given two sentences of 18 to 20 years on two other convictions.
Christopher J. Reagan, 48, of Omaha, was sentenced in June to 100 years to life in prison after he pleaded no contest to second-degree murder. He will be resentenced March 3 on two other convictions after an appeals court found his original sentences were excessive, The Omaha World-Herald reported.
Authorities have said Alisia Cooke, 30, of Omaha, let Reagan and Davis into Quigley's house after she said she would have sex with the victim for money. Cooke is awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty to second-degree murder.
Krystal R. Martin, 23, of Hawk Point, Missouri, was sentenced to five to 20 years after pleading guilty to being an accessory to a felony.
Jonathan Riesgaard, 34, withdrew a guilty plea to being an accessory to a robbery and is awaiting trial.
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Video: Woman Struck By Backhoe, Run Over In Brooklyn
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — CBS2 has obtained new video that sheds light on the death of a woman near a construction site in Brooklyn.
Estelle Davis, 61, is seen walking across New Lots Avenue in East New York on Friday. A backhoe backs into her and hits her in the head with the shovel.READ MORE: Women Take To The Streets Of NYC Demanding Equal Rights Amendment Be Added To U.S. Constitution
Neither the driver nor a nearby worker appear to notice. The backhoe then runs her over.READ MORE: Anti-Violence Advocates Rally In Harlem Following Death Of 10-Year-Old Boy On Saturday
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No charges have been filed.