Judge reluctantly issues sentence in strangling

Posted on September 9, 2020

By: Lori Comstock SUPERIOR COURT — Although a judge sentenced a Hopatcong man who admitted to strangling his girlfriend to the plea deal agreed upon  Continue Reading »

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Suspect in Cedar Park shooting that injured 3 officers had history of family violence

Posted on August 17, 2020

By: Drew Knight After 16-plus hours of negotiations, the suspect in an officer-involved shooting on Natalie Cove in Cedar Park was identified after he finally surrendered to authorities Monday  Continue Reading »

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Mass. Bail Fund Answers Criticism After Freeing Convicted Sex Offender Accused Of New Rape

Posted on August 13, 2020

A bail fund in Massachusetts is defending itself after freeing people facing serious crimes, including a convicted rapist who has since been charged with a  Continue Reading »

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More Than 50 Murder Cases In Harris County Involve Suspects Out on Felony Bond, Says Victim’s Advocate

Posted on August 7, 2020

By: Holly Hansen During a special meeting of the Harris County Commissioners Court this week, Melanie Infinger provided emotional testimony about the 2019 murder of  Continue Reading »

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Ban on Police Choke Holds Moves Forward in California Senate

Posted on August 7, 2020

By Katie Orr Assembly Bill 1196, which would ban law enforcement in California from using choke holds or similar restraining methods that pose a substantial risk  Continue Reading »

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