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    A Missouri woman who allegedly streaked naked across a football field full of 8th graders has been sacked by prosecutors. 3 MISSOURI SUSPECTS HELD IN ILLINOIS WOMAN'S GRUESOME DEATH, DISEMBERMENT Lacey Uthe, of Jefferson City, was charged with sexual misconduct involving a child under 15 last Wednesday in connection with the incident, court records showed. Uthe, who was born in...
    A Philadelphia police officer was charged with simple assault after punching a man during a fight earlier this year, reports say. Joseph Marion, 45, punched a man during an April 18 altercation during which he also dropped a gun, CBS3 reports. As the two fought, a child reportedly picked up the weapon, the outlet says. There was no evidence that...
    A man described as a known gang member by Los Angeles police has been charged with four counts of attempted murder in connection with a shooting at a homeless encampment in Playa del Rey near the Ballona Wetlands Ecological Reserve, authorities said. LAPD officials said Tuesday that they had arrested a man in connection with the Aug. 18 shooting, in...
    Donald Trump has just filed a lawsuit to block the House Select Committee on the January 6 Attack from being granted access to a mountain of documents from his four years as president held by the National Archives. !! FLASH: Donald Trump has just filed suit in DC federal court to block the Jan 6 Select Committee subpoenas for W…...
    HOUSTON -- A Texas father has been charged after he allegedly hurt his son and at one point held him under water, according to reports.Court records show Houston resident James Walker repeatedly abused his 10-year-old son between September and December 2019.Police said the child's mother told them Walker once hit the boy in the face, taped his hands, mouth and...
    ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby’s “do-not-call” list of 305 police officers with “integrity issues” is not exempt from public records laws, the Maryland Court of Special Appeals ruled on Thursday. The three-judge panel determined the document could not be classified as a personnel record which might be exempt from public records requests because the Baltimore...
    OAKLAND — A Bay Area woman was sentenced to 33 months in federal prison and ordered to pay back $363,322 she stole from an elderly couple while she cared for them, prosecutors said. Heidi Suzanne Miller was sentenced Thursday afternoon by U.S. District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers, at the same court hearing where Miller pleaded guilty to a wire fraud...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The man charged with murder and attempted murder in the St. Paul bar shooting last weekend has a long criminal history, and court records show 33-year-old Terry Brown should never have had a gun. It appears that at every turn Brown was given breaks by the system, breaks that allowed him to be free to go into...
    A new jury trial date has been set for two people connected to a 2017 hammer slaying of a relative in Suisun City. Amarjit Singh, 66, and Surjit Kaur, 71, were scheduled to appear Friday in Department 15 for a trial readiness conference, but court records show that Judge Robert Bowers has vacated a previously scheduled Nov. 10 trial to...
    FREMONT — A San Leandro man has been charged with trafficking a woman across California and raping her at knife point after she refused to “work” for him last July, court records show. Ricky Levi, 29, was charged last month with human trafficking, pimping, and pandering, as well as forcible rape and oral copulation, court records show. He is due...
    Hours after a watchdog group sued Wisconsin Republican Assembly Speaker Robin Vos for not disclosing records related to an investigation he ordered into the 2020 general election, a Dane County court ordered their release. The lawsuit, filed in Dane County Circuit Court on Friday by American Oversight, names Vos and Assembly Chief Clerk Ted Blazel, alleging they failed to comply...
    CAROLINE Crouch's shameless husband said he "regrets" murdering her as he faces court over new evidence found on his phone and bank records. The confession comes as investigators prepare to quiz Babis Anagnostopoulos again ahead of his trial. 5Babis Anagnostopoulos says he 'regrets' murdering his wifeCredit: Enterprise 5Anagnostopoulos with wife Caroline and their baby daughter LydiaCredit: Social Media - Refer...
    A voting hardware company that came to prominence right after last year’s presidential election is seeking to block Santa Clara County from releasing the firm’s financial documents, arguing they contain trade secrets that make them exempt from public records laws. On Thursday, Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge Helen Williams said she would like to first take a look at the...
    TEEN Mom 2 star Chelsea Houska has been ordered to hand over financial records in her $3million court war after her ex-employer claimed the MTV star withheld documents. Chelsea, 30, and her husband Cole, 32, were sued by consulting company Envy for $3million for allegedly withholding money made from social media promotions.  5Chelsea Houska has been ordered to hand over financial records...
    UPDATE: A gas station worker accused of shooting his Mahwah roommate dead in their rented home near the New York State border this summer was extradited to New Jersey this week to face murder charges. Milan Ghimire, a 23-year-old Nepali national, is accused of shooting and killing station co-worker Phu Tsewang, 56, in the West Mahwah residence the night of July...
    OAKLAND — A 30-year-old Stockton man has been charged with trafficking a teen girl who ran away from home, after she was detained in a prostitution sting and he showed up to the police station to pick her up, authorities said. Demarea Canada was charged Sept. 16 with human trafficking of a minor, pimping a child, and pandering, court records...
    A Texas teenager accused of stabbing his twin sister to death this week claims he was dreaming during the attack, according to documents read in court Thursday. Benjamin Elliott, 17, has been charged with murder in the death of his sister, Meghan Elliott, 17. He told officers he awoke in her bedroom with a knife in her neck, FOX 26...
    A man was arrested on indecent assault charges for allegedly abusing a 95-year-old patient at an assisted living facility in Lehigh County, authorities said. Two people reported the apparent assault after they witnessed 68-year-old David Schafer having "inappropriate contact" with the elderly patient in the At Home at Parkland facility on Washington Street in Schnecksville, LehighValleyLive reports citing the Lehigh County District...
    SAN FRANCISCO — A Bay Area woman has been charged with wire fraud for allegedly using her position at the acclaimed medical school UCSF to steal more than $1.5 million in tuition, court records show. Sandra Le, who worked as an academic program officer at the university, was indicted in late August on a single count of wire fraud, which...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — A significant step has been made in a man’s fight to get decades of Chicago Police misconduct records released. As CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reported Wednesday night, the case is going all the way to the Illinois Supreme Court. READ MORE: 5 People Shot As Gunman Fires From Window During Chase Through Fulton River District;...
    Two Missouri men are facing kidnapping charges and terrorizing charges Tuesday after they allegedly kept a missing woman locked in a cage on one of their properties and lied to authorities during the investigation, according to court documents.  The Dallas County Sheriff’s Office was contacted by an FBI agent in Kansas City on Sept. 16 about an anonymous tip, advising...
    OAKLAND — A 26-year-old man who walked across the border into Mexico and spent three years on the lam avoiding murder charges has accepted a 16-year prison term as part of a plea deal with county prosecutors, court records show. Edward Allen, who was 17 at the time of the killing, pleaded no contest last month to voluntary manslaughter in...
    ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — A Florida man has been sentenced to six years and five months in prison for stealing the identities of local, state and federal officials in a case involving more than $50,000 in fraudulent payments, authorities said. Michael T. Watters, 51, of Ocoee, was sentenced Monday in Orlando federal court, according to court records. He pleaded guilty...
    Share this: A judge on Monday barred New York City police officers from accessing sealed arrest records without a court order, halting a long-standing practice of plying confidential information in department files to aid investigations, target suspects and shape policing decisions. State Judge Lyle Frank in Manhattan issued a preliminary injunction saying that the police department’s unfettered use of sealed...
                        The Star News Network confirmed Monday that Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark A. Milley was the same Mark A. Milley charged with driving under the influence in Cumberland County, North Carolina, after a Nov. 19, 1982 traffic stop. The Star obtained the arrest and...
    A Lehigh County man was arraigned Thursday on charges that he raped a child in Bethlehem, according to news reports and court records. Eldis Javier Rivera-Rodriguez, 40, of Fountain Hill, was arrested after the child, whom he knew, told a camp counselor about the sexual assaults which began in 2019, LehighValleyLive reports. The child also told investigating officers of a...
    by Todd Feurer, CBS Chicago web producer CHICAGO (CBS) — A year after recommending sweeping changes to the Chicago Police Department’s records management system in court cases, the city’s top watchdog said Thursday that CPD has taken “almost no corrective actions,” and is still at “very serious risk” of having criminal convictions thrown out, or facing significant liability in civil...
                       
    Attorneys representing the Daily Caller News Foundation and Judicial Watch took to court Wednesday arguing for access to records and communications about a treasure trove of documents related to President Joe Biden’s time as Senator housed at the University of Delaware. The organizations were appealing a January decision by the Superior Court of Delaware which denied them access under the...
    Sequoia National Park threatened by California wildfires UAE, Israel eye trillion-dollar prize one year into Abraham Accords A 39-year-old Miami man who pretended to be a film producer was sentenced to 13 years in federal prison after stealing over $60 million he promised would be used to finance movies and Broadway shows, prosecutors announced Tuesday. Load Error Benjamin...
    The Arizona Supreme Court on Tuesday denied an attempt by the Republican-led state Senate to evade compliance with public records requests for documents related to its audit of the 2020 election in Maricopa County. The court declined to overrule lower court decisions affirming the Senate's responsibility under state law to provide requested records and ordering the documents to be...
    Republicans in Arizona were blocked by the state's supreme court from concealing documents about the controversial audit. "The AZ Supreme Court won't hear [Arizona Senate President Karen Fann's] appeal of the Court of Appeals' ruling that audit documents possessed by Senate subcontractors are public records. The Senate will have to turn over communications, invoices and other audit-related records," Jeremy Duda...
    PHOENIX (AP) — The Arizona Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected an effort by the state Senate to keep secret records of its ongoing review of the 2020 election in Maricopa County that are in the possession of the contractors conducting the recount. The high court without comment rejected the appeal filed after an appeals court and trial court both ruled...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — The heat turned up another notch Thursday on the hot seat for Northwest Side Ald. James Gardiner (45th). The latest concerns about Gardiner’s conduct are that he used a ward staffer to get private court records he could use in retaliation. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov obtained relevant texts, and talks to the man Gardiner allegedly...
    LAS VEGAS — One of the Bay Area’s best-known rappers who’s also known as an anti-violence spokesman is out on bail while facing federal charges of attempting to illegally acquire firearms in Las Vegas. Philthy Rich, whose given name is Phillip Beasley, was charged in late July with conspiracy to make false statements in acquisition of a firearm, as well...
    (CNN)This week, President Biden's infrastructure agenda took a backseat as the last US troops left Afghanistan and Hurricane Ida devastated both the Gulf Coast and the Northeast, while the Supreme Court allowed a restrictive new abortion law to stand in Texas -- effectively outlawing most abortions sought in the state. Monday The last US military planes have left Afghanistan, marking...
    TEEN Mom 2 star Chelsea Houska’s former business partner fears the star will “steal business” if she hands over financial records in their $3 million court battle.  Chelsea, 30, and her husband Cole, 32, were sued by consulting company Envy for $3 million for allegedly withholding money made from social media promotions.  5Chelsea Houska's ex-business partner fears handing over financial records will...
    Remington has subpoenaed for the academic, attendance and disciplinary records for five kids who were shot dead in the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre after their families filed a lawsuit against the bankrupt gunmaker. The subpoena was revealed in a court filing made by lawyers for the families of the five children seeking modifications to an order of protection in order...
    TEEN Mom Chelsea Houska and her husband, Cole DeBoer, are heading to court in their $3million lawsuit to confront her ex-business partner about “hiding financial records.” Chelsea, 30, and her husband Cole DeBoer, 32, were sued by consulting company Envy for $3 million for allegedly withholding money made from social media promotions.  5Chelsea Houska and Cole DeBoer scored a victory in their...
    TEEN Mom Chelsea Houska is demanding her ex-business partner hand over financial records in her $3million lawsuit ahead of trial.  Chelsea, 29, and her husband Cole DeBoer, 32, were sued by consulting company Envy for $3 million for allegedly withholding money made from social media promotions.  5Chelsea Houska and her husband, Cole DeBoer, are demanding financial records in their court warCredit: MTV...
    SAN FRANCISCO — A city resident who allegedly threatened to shoot up a Cinnabar before he was arrested and charged with illegal gun possession in federal court has been sentenced to 15 years in federal prison, court records show. Raya Man, 41, pleaded guilty to being a felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition Wednesday, the same day he...
    The FBI paid a white supremacist leader who is connected to a neo-Nazi book publisher more than $140,000 to be a confidential informant in the takedown of a neo-Nazi organization, court documents show. Documents filed in federal court August 13 describe the informant as a 'convicted felon' who 'currently owns and operates a publishing company that distributes white supremacist writings.' ...
    A federal judge Thursday ordered the public release of documents concerning Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes’ psycholigcal evaluation and trial strategy, partially lifting a veil on her relationship with her chief operating officer and mental state on the eve of a blockbuster trial. U.S. District Judge Edward Davila sided with publisher Dow Jones seeking to unseal documents related to court-ordered psychological...
    SAN FRANCISCO — A California appeals court has upheld a double-murder conviction against a Fisherman’s Wharf business owner who killed rival merchants at the adjacent store. Hong Ri Wu, 66, was convicted in 2014 of two counts of murder in the shooting deaths of Qion Han Chu and Fen Ping Ou, both 30. On appeal, he argued that prosecutors attempted...
    VALLEJO — The Drug Enforcement Administration took $300,000 in cash that was found in a home tied to a June 30 homicide victim here, according to documents filed in federal court last week. In a petition signed by a federal judge, DEA special agent Brian Nehring wrote that the cash was found alongside large amounts of marijuana in a residence...
    SAN JOSE — In recently filed court records, federal authorities have revealed that within a two-week period last February, they intercepted 13 packages containing methamphetamine en route to New Zealand and Australia. Several of the packages were mailed from San Jose, according to a probable cause statement written by a Homeland Security Investigations agent. The interceptions led to a raid...
    The Arizona Supreme Court said Tuesday that contractors hired by the Republican-led state Senate to conduct the Maricopa County 2020 election audit would not need to release records from their review by next week. This is only a temporary delay, as Kathryn King, a justice on the state's high court, put a hold on a lower court ruling that ordered...
    PHOENIX (AP) — Cyber Ninjas will not need to imminently release records of their review of the 2020 vote count in Arizona’s largest county. Arizona Supreme Court Justice Kathryn King put a hold Tuesday on a lower court order for the records to be released by Aug. 31 while the high court considers an appeal. Republicans who control the Senate...
    SAN FRANCISCO — A California appeals court upheld sexual assault convictions against a Bay Area man who was convicted in an attack against a sex worker in Oakland, court records show. Michael Sean Brown, 54, was convicted of forcible oral copulation in the August 2018 assault. On appeal, he argued prosecutorial misconduct, that his attorney failed to weed out a...
    OAKLAND — A Bay Area man is facing federal gun charges in connection with a police chase in Emeryville that ended with a car crash, court records showed. Cenious Brewster was charged last month with being a felon in possession of a firearm, and faces up to 10 years in federal prison if convicted. U.S. Magistrate Judge Susan van Keulen...