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Once, Baltimoreans could stop by the corner tavern and take away a container of their favorite brew, straight from the tap. The sound those pails made as they slid empty down the bar for refills is said to be how they got their name. Growlers, which in...
WSBT-TV ReporterEDWARDSBURG – More than two dozen teenagers from St. Joseph County could face criminal charges for underage drinking in Cass County after police busted an underage drinking party at Eagle Lake Yacht Club over the weekend. Police say the 30 kids...
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The Marion County Prosecutor’s Office has filed a request to sentence the two men accused of killing a Cumberland girl and her uncle to life without parole. Michael Bell, 22, and Jeremy Priel, 25, were charged with four counts of murder in...
Tags: Punishment, Murder, Lawyers, Theft, Criminal Laws
Lillie Chappell was up about $50, then down about the same, and was into her third hour playing a video game — pressing a button on the computer screen and watching tumbling four-leaf clovers, bars, horseshoes, numeral sevens. Compared with slot...
Workers at weight-loss surgery centers affiliated with the 1-800-GET-THIN ad campaign persuaded patients to have medically unnecessary surgeries and billed insurance companies for procedures that were never performed, a new lawsuit alleges. Two women who...
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The Hartford CourantThey were known as "Miller's boys," a small group of East Haven officers on the 4-to-midnight shift arrested Tuesday following a long federal investigation and charged with terrorizing Latinos who dared enter the town's borders. Federal authorities...
NILES -- Although police still aren't saying much regarding the slaying nearly two years ago of Niles couple John and Carolyn Tarwacki, investigators said Tuesday they have "a person of interest'' in the crime. In an interview at the Law Enforcement...
Tags: Laws, Prosecution, Murder, Lawyers, Justice System
The Hartford CourantA soot-covered piece of paper on top of a desk in the Petit family's home office caught the eye of prosecutor Michael Dearington the day he walked through the charred remains of 300 Sorghum Mill Drive in Cheshire. It was a letter announcing an...
A convicted killer was found guilty Thursday of murdering a correctional officer at the now-closed Maryland House of Correction, opening the possibility that he will become the first person sentenced to death under the state's new capital punishment law....
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A by-the-book correctional officer was murdered on the job by two prisoners who didn't want to live by the rules, a prosecutor told a jury Wednesday as the death penalty trial of the first of those inmates began in Anne Arundel County. "To them, Cpl....
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Alumni and students from Maryland's four historically black universities took their long-held view that the state perpetuates racial segregation to court Tuesday, arguing that their institutions are underfunded. The federal lawsuit calls on the state...
The Hartford CourantIn a deposition taken in a sexual harassment lawsuit against the city police, a woman claims that about 15 years ago a police officer — now a top commander — frequently had sex with her while he was on duty. In the deposition, Michelle...
Tags: Trials, File Sharing, Sex, Trials, Justice System
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