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  1. Puerto Rico braces for Tropical Storm Erika after it kills 4 people in DominicaRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | WDUN-AM Gainesville

    Tropical Storm Erika lashed Puerto Rico early Friday with heavy rains and wind after killing four people and causing devastating floods in the eastern Caribbean island of Dominica, where several people remained missing. The storm was expected to dump up to 12 inches of rain across portions of the drought-stricken northern Caribbean as it carved a path toward the U.S. Forecasters said Erika might fall apart over Hispaniola or Puerto Rico or possibly strengthen into a hurricane as it nears South Florida early next week.


  2. Subway franchisee claims Jared Fogle confessed to sex with underage girls in 2008Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Weirdest brothers in the world: Imprisoned for years by their deranged father in a tiny Manhattan apartment, their only contact with the world was watching films.


  3. Agent says he had 'no other option' but to kill NY prison escapeeRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | KBCI CBS 2

    A border patrol agent who shot an escaped inmate who led authorities on a weekslong manhunt in upstate New York says he had "no other option" but to kill him. Christopher Voss tells NBC News escapee Richard Matt pointed a shotgun at him when he was discovered hiding in the woods June 26. Matt and fellow prisoner David Sweat broke out of the Clinton Correctional Facility on June 6. A U.S. Customs and Border Patrol tactical team was searching cabins when an officer heard a cough and discovered Matt.


  4. Neighbour from hell has jail sentence cutRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | York Press

    ... But judges at London's Criminal Appeal Court said the couple's four children - the youngest of whom was born in prison - had been without a parent long enough and Michelle Barratt should be released. The court heard the Barratts' neighbours, a young ...


  5. State Senate committee opens hearing on prison troublesRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Columbia Daily Herald

    Current and former Tennessee prison employees, including the retired warden of one of the state's largest prisons, gave lawmakers a critical picture Thursday of employee morale and inmate violence as a result of sweeping policy changes in the Department of Correction. Jerry Lester, retired warden of West Tennessee State Penitentiary, told a Senate committee looking into prison problems that Correction Commissioner Derrick D. Schofield instructed prison wardens across the state that they could be fired "for reaching out to their" local state legislators.


  6. New charges against man held after Lonzie Barton's disappearance include attempted escapeRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Florida Times-Union

    ... or smuggling contraband into a detention facility, criminal conspiracy and escape or attempt to escape from a prison, jail, road camp or other penal institution, according to jail records. An unidentified inmate who had been housed with Ebron met ...


  7. Man with backpack disrupts racial profiling discussion at churchRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Times

    Terry Brownlee tells a story about one of the kids he coaches during a discussion about loitering. During the event at St. Paul United Methodist Church on Thursday, law enforcement representatives from around Hall County met with the Newtown Florist Club to discuss racial profiling.


  8. Former pizza chef convicted on drug kingpin chargesRead the original story w/Photo

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    Alkis Nakos, the 36-year-old Manchester pizza chef who oversaw the New Hampshire operations of an international marijuana distribution network, has been found guilty of drug trafficking crimes by a federal jury, authorities said this week.


  9. Four Jacksonville residents born in Philippines plead guilty to immigration fraudRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Florida Times-Union

    A group of four Jacksonville residents who were born in the Philippines and worked together to gain United States citizenship through marriage pleaded guilty to fraud charges and face prison time, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office. Mark Laurence Barlaan, 36, and Winnie Rabaya Barlaan, 65, pleaded guilty to marriage fraud and face a maximum penalty of five years each in prison.


  10. Lawyer accused of coaching clients to lie awaits fateRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Northwest Herald

    ... and drug dealers, faces multiple counts of obstruction and perjury. A lone perjury count carries a maximum 20-year prison term. Brindley and co-defendant Michael Thompson, a lawyer who worked for Brindley, asked for a bench trial, so Judge Harry ...


  11. Inmate pleads guilty to escaping from Salem facilityRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | The Inter-Mountain

    The Exponent Telegram reports that 30-year-old Douglas N. Kidd IIII was sentenced on Wednesday following his plea.


  12. Northern Colorado car thieves arrested in Weld with help from state patrol's aircraft unitRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Windsor Now

    The Colorado State Patrol operates five aircraft that are available on a 24-hour basis to provide transportation for all government agencies conducting state business, according to state patrol's web site. The aircraft also are used to track stolen vehicles and for traffic enforcement, said Trooper Nate Reid, spokesman for the state patrol.


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    The Daily Telegraph has learned that "police reportedly confiscated a gay pride flag" from the apartment of Vester Lee Flanagan Wednesday. In an apparent hate crime, Flanagan is the 41 year-old black journalist who murdered two white Virginia reporters on live television Wednesday morning before turning his gun on himself.


  14. CBP supervisor's wife arrested in immigrant smuggling caseRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | El Paso Times

    The wife of a former U.S. Customs and Border Protection supervisor was arrested Wednesday on charges of conspiring with her husband to smuggle undocumented immigrants, the U.S. Attorney's Office said Thursday. Supervisory CBP Officer Lawrence Madrid , 53, his wife, Odet Madrid Corchado, 38, and Maria Guadalupe Jaime-Hernandez, 45, an undocumented Mexican immigrant living in Las Cruces, were indicted by a federal grand jury on conspiracy, immigrant smuggling and bribery charges.


  15. Attorneys for Oklahoma man set to die for girl's death say he's insane, try to halt executionRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Fox News

    An Oklahoma man sentenced to die for killing his 9-month-old daughter in 2002 has become insane while in prison, and his upcoming execution should be halted, the man's attorneys argue in a new court case. Attorneys for Benjamin Robert Cole, 50, of Claremore will present their arguments Friday before District Judge James Bland in McAlester, where Cole is being housed at the Oklahoma State Penitentiary.


  16. Carr: By George, now it's time to pay the piperRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Boston Herald

    Ex-state Rep. John George Jr. is a crooked Democrat, and next month he begins his 80-month federal prison sentence for embezzling hundreds of thousands in public money - so far this is strictly a dog-bites-man story, right? At age 69, the Bristol County farmer/felon made many mistakes during his sordid life of crime. After taking the stand in his own defense , George, who was also a Dartmouth selectman, had at least two fellow State House corrupt hacks write letters to the judge.


  17. Rubio says strength is only way to maintain peace with ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Journal Gazette

    The United States must bolster its military, push for more free trade and hold China far more accountable on human rights, Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio writes in an op-ed for the Wall Street Journal.


  18. Do social strains fuel mass shootings?Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Dallas Morning News

    On Sunday, criminal justice professor Adam Lankford stood in front of a crowd of sociologists to explain how American culture contributes to the all-too-frequent American mass shootings. It's not just that we have a lot of guns, he said - though he does believe that the high rates of firearm ownership are partially to blame.


  19. Oroville man gets 9 years for child, elder abuseRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Chico Enterprise-Record

    Oroville >> An Oroville man has been sentenced to nine years in state prison after pleading guilty to charges of child and elder abuse. David William Barber, 34, was sentenced in Butte County Superior Court on Wednesday, according to a press release issued by the Butte County District Attorney's Office.


  20. The Trump Doctrine: "We Want Deal"Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | New Yorker

    On Tuesday, in Dubuque, Donald Trump, the frontrunner for the Republican Presidential nomination, took a break from his frequent warnings about the threat posed by criminals from Mexico to reflect on his experience with another part of the world. "Negotiating with Japan, negotiating with China, when these people walk into the room, they don't say, 'Oh hello, how's the weather, so beautiful outside, isn't it lovely?' " Trump told the crowd.