State Prisons Newswire (Page 3)

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  1. Mother's murder conviction in Colorado Springs arson that killed 3 childrenRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Gazette

    Deborah Nicholls. left, plead not guilty to murder charges during a hearing Friday in front of 4th Judicial District Judge Steven Pelican.


  2. Appeals court throws out some criminal charges for Angela Spaccia, a...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Los Angeles Times

    Angela Spaccia, a former assistant city manager in Bell, was convicted in 2013 of pilfering millions from the tiny working-class town. Angela Spaccia, a former assistant city manager in Bell, was convicted in 2013 of pilfering millions from the tiny working-class town.


  3. Krause back in custodyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Hawaii Tribune-Herald

    An auto theft suspect mistakenly released from Hawaii Community Correctional Center after a paperwork mix-up is back in custody.


  4. Yearly campaign for school supplies launches with backpack delivery in CastrovilleRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Monterey County Herald

    New school supplies at Castroville Elementary School on Friday, during the Stuff the Bus campaign to give school supplies for needy students. CASTROVILLE >> Thanks to a $1,000 donation from inmates housed in a Soledad prison, 60 children received backpacks Friday to start pre-kindergarten classes at the North Monterey County Unified School District.


  5. Victim families face killers, and the remarkable happensRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Salinas Californian

    Victim families use their pain to help murderers change In hopes of preventing other murders, parents of murder victims visit with convicted murders. Check out this story on Angie Ortega speaks about the death of her daughter Lorraine with inmates at the Correctional Training Facility state prison.


  6. Orange County Man Sentenced to 4 Years for 10th California DUIRead the original story

    Yesterday | DUIblog

    This past Tuesday, Haskayne pleaded guilty to driving with a blood alcohol content above 0.08 percent and driving under the influence, both as felonies. His blood alcohol content was 0.11 percent.


  7. 63-year Corona woman sentenced in disability fraud caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Press-Enterprise

    A 63-year Corona woman this week was sentenced to two years in state prison and ordered to pay restitution totaling nearly $500,000 in a disability fraud case, the Riverside County District Attorney's office announced Friday, June 23. In April, Shyamali Ginadari Perera, pleaded guilty to 57 felony counts and admitted the aggravated white-collar crime enhancement, the statement said. A plea to the court means a defendant enters guilty pleas to all counts and admits all enhancements on the criminal complaint.


  8. 2 officers hurt during inmate attack at Donovan state prisonRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    The 38-year-old inmate, Lucious Wilson, is accused of lunging at one of the officers as he was being escorted out of a building. Prison officials said he then started to punched the officer in the face.


  9. Woman who stole $500,000 from company learns fateRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KFMB-TV San Diego

    A woman who stole $565,000 from the Escondido concrete business where she worked and gambled the money away at local casinos was sentenced Friday to six years in state prison. Sheila Jo Jackson, 46, of Temecula, pleaded guilty last month to a half- dozen felony charges, including embezzlement, check forgery and grand theft.


  10. Teacher who had sex with student in cemetery contacts him again, from prisonRead the original story

    Yesterday | Pocono Record

    Kelly Aldinger had her parole revoked and was sent to state prison last month because she kept contacting the teenager she had sex with in a cemetery. Only a week after that decision, the former Easton Area School District substitute teacher wrote the victim a letter from prison.


  11. This former inmate is fighting for every prisoner's right to a college degreeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Salon

    Cheryl Wilkins demanded the chance to learn behind bars, and now she's making sure others get the same opportunity s Cheryl Wilkins accepted her college diploma, hundreds of women screamed her name and whooped with joy. They were so loud that Wilkins' brother, sitting with his four-year-old daughter, couldn't hear the girl cheering, "Auntie! Auntie!" Other family members were even more enthusiastic.


  12. El Dorado prison workers to begin 12-hour shifts amid staff shortageRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Wichita Eagle

    Prison guards at El Dorado Correctional Facility will soon begin working 12-hour shifts because the state can't find enough workers. The longer shifts for guards in the central unit will begin July 2. The facility will extend the workers' current eight-hour shifts to 12 hours for 90 days before reevaluating, according to a letter the Kansas Department of Corrections sent to workers on Friday.


  13. Kevin Powell Files Lawsuit Claiming Tupac Creators Stole His InterviewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday |

    A new lawsuit over certain parts of the script of the "All Eyez On Me" movie could derail the future success of the film. Journalist/political activist Kevin Powell has filed a lawsuit against the directors of "All Eyez On Me," claiming producers used his copyrighted interviews in Vibe magazine, without his permission.


  14. Albany man pleads guilty to drunk-driving manslaughterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Albany Times Union

    An Albany man faces six to 12 years in state prison after pleading guilty Friday morning to felony manslaughter in the drunk driving death of a passenger in his car in January. Terrance Kelly , 23, pleaded guilty to second degree manslaughter and second degree vehicular manslaughter as well as misdemeanor driving while intoxicated before state Supreme Court Justice Thomas Breslin .


  15. Prison Art Program Rehabilitates InmatesRead the original story

    Friday | NBC San Diego

    NBC 7's Danielle Radin goes inside Richard J. Donovan Prison in San Diego to give you a look at an art program that is benefitting inmates in multiple ways. Inmates at the Richard J. Donovan State Prison have been enjoying the Paint It Program, volunteer-based art and writing classes offered weekly.


  16. Ex-Texas nurse accused of killing dozens of children charged with murderRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WWAY-TV Wilmington

    A former Texas nurse who prosecutors say may be responsible for the deaths of up to 60 young children was indicted Wednesday on a murder charge for the second time in recent weeks. The Bexar County district attorney's office said in a statement that Genene Jones was charged in the September 1981 death of 2-year-old Rosemary Vega.


  17. Woman who set herself on fire in Henrico had been released from mental hospital, sent to jailRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Martinsville Bulletin

    A man who stopped to help her whipped around in a circle as if grasping for an idea.


  18. Carteret man accused of insurance fraudRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Courier News

    Carteret man accused of impersonating dead mom to get cheaper insurance If convicted, Nicholas Schneiderman could fave five to 10 years in state prison Check out this story on CARTERET - A 43-year-old borough man is facing charges of insurance fraud and theft by deception in connection with allegedly impersonating his dead mother to get cheaper renters insurance using the senior citizen discount she had received. Nicolas M. Schneiderman also is accused of falsifying claims for jewelry and other items stolen during superstorm Sandy in 2012., according to Attorney General Christopher S. Porrino and the Office of the Insurance Fraud Prosecutor.


  19. California governor stops parole for Charles Manson followerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Daily Courier

    In this Oct. 4, 2012, file photo, Bruce Davis, a Charles Manson follower and convicted killer, waits moments before the start of his parole hearing at the California Men's Colony in San Luis Obispo, Calif. California Gov. Jerry Brown has blocked parole for Davis.


  20. Man walks free after federal judge tosses murder convictionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Yahoo!

    Set free after 36 years in prison for a murder conviction that took decades to unravel, John Floyd donned a black T-shirt bearing the word "justice" Thursday before leaving the courthouse where a federal judge formally signed off on his release. Floyd's path to freedom began months ago, when U.S. District Judge Sarah Vance ruled in September that no reasonable juror would find Floyd guilty of murder in the November 1980 stabbing death of Times-Picayune copy editor William Hines.