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2021 Wall of Fame Inductees: Distinguished Band | News

Each year, five new inductees grace Porterville City Hall’s Wall of Fame. Those honored are recognized for their significant contributions, efforts and service to the Porterville community. Due to the COVID pandemic, the previous 2020 and 2021 winners were not publicly honored until Friday when they were recognized, along with …

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Suspected member of the Patriot Boys militia pleads guilty to assaulting an officer on January 6

Washington – An alleged member of the Patriot Boys militia group, Lucas Denney, has now pleaded guilty to one count of assaulting and obstructing law enforcement officers with a long pole and large tube on the 6th January 2021, after prosecutors admitted they had made an “unintentional procedural error by …

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Anthony Rauda removed from Los Angeles Superior Court after explosion – NBC Los Angeles

A man accused of murdering an Irvine researcher, who was shot while camping with his two young daughters in Malibu Creek State Park, was removed from court on Wednesday after an explosion laden with obscenities . Superior Court Judge Charlaine Olmedo told Anthony Rauda before he was removed from the …

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SXSW Movie Review: I Love My Dad: SXSW Grand Jury Prize Winner Finds Humor in an Icky Setup – SXSW

SXSW Grand Jury Prize winner finds humor in icky setup By Marjorie Baumgarten, 11:30 a.m., Wed, Mar 16, 2022 I love my father The premise of I love my father is so gross that the film’s writer, director, and co-star James Morosini lets viewers know from the start that its …

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New Maury County Courthouse Annex will cost about $19 million

A conservative estimate is that the new Maury County Courthouse Annex is expected to cost taxpayers approximately $19 million, an increase from the original estimate. The new courthouse which will be located in the expanded structure of the former home of the Daily Herald, 1115 South Main St., is expected …

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Lawsuit claims group intimidated voters in fraud hunt

The lawsuit alleges that a group of far-right election conspirators attempted to uncover non-existent fraud in the 2020 election through door-to-door canvassing. COLORADO, United States — A coalition of civil rights and voting organizations invoked the 19th century Ku Klux Klan law in a lawsuit filed Wednesday seeking to block …

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Indicted Colorado election clerk Tina Peters appears in court

Tina Peters (Mesa County Sheriff’s Office) GRAND JUNCTION — A Colorado County election clerk who was jailed after being charged with conspiring to breach voting system technology used in the United States made her first court appearance via video Thursday. Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters made no comment during the …

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Many election workers say they are done with the job

Twenty percent of local election officials are ‘very’ or ‘fairly unlikely’ to continue in those positions in the 2024 presidential election, according to a new investigation indicating a sense of unease among officials running US elections. The survey, released by the Brennan Center, puts data on anecdotal reports that politicians’ …

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Lawsuit seeks to end group’s door-to-door voter fraud hunt

DENVER— A coalition of civil rights and voting organizations invoked the 19th century Ku Klux Klan law in a lawsuit filed Wednesday seeking to stop a group of Donald Trump supporters from going door to door in the Colorado on the hunt for an already debunked voter fraud. The US …

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Electrician got $2.4million job from contractor after school project vote

A Southington electrical contractor who has worked with a Bristol construction company for ‘over 30 years’ has voted to make the company the general contractor for a $67million school construction project in Bristol — and later received a $2.5 million contract from that same company to work on another project …

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Green Energy group tries again for Columbus ballot initiative

The people behind the nebulous “green energy” program that would have taken millions of dollars from the city of Columbus if voters hadn’t shot it down in November will try again. Documents have been filed with the Columbus City Council Clerk’s Office indicating that ProEnergy Ohio LLC intends to circulate …

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Colorado clerk Tina Peters sentenced in court for allegedly lying to judge – CBS Denver

DENVER (AP) – A Colorado County election clerk under investigation by federal and state authorities for an alleged violation of voting machine security has been ordered to appear in court to respond to allegations that she lied about the recording of a hearing. A judge on Wednesday issued an order …

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DA: Cal City boys died three months before reported disappearance

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KERO) – After being missing for more than a year, Orrin and Orson West, who were first reported missing in December 2020 in California City, are believed to be dead. And the timeline of their disappearance is not what was originally reported. The Bakersfield Police Department arrested the …

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Federal grand jury investigating the shooting of Craig Greenberg. Here are the possible costs

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A federal grand jury is investigating the shooting of Louisville Democratic candidate Craig Greenberg by Quintez Brown activistsays the Louisville Urban League. And that could be “disastrous” for Brown’s treatment, according to the group. The Courier Journal has learned that federal prosecutors are asking the grand jury …

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DOJ salary cuts and job mobility fees signal new priority

The Justice Department’s Antitrust Division revealed on January 28 the criminal prosecution of a conspiracy that allegedly suppressed wages and limited job mobility for essential healthcare workers. A federal grand jury in Portland, Maine, made a criminal charge accusing four managers of home care agencies of participating in a conspiracy …

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Ex-San Marcos cop fired for misconduct wants job back

Ex-San Marcos police officer facing civil lawsuit for role in fatal 2020 traffic crash asks to get his job back months after being discharged from the force. Ryan Hartman, who was a sergeant, was fired in January for what San Marcos City Manager Bert Lumbreras described “as the result of …

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Sailor accused of setting ship on fire faces court martial

SAN DIEGO — A 20-year-old sailor will face a military trial for deliberately setting fires that destroyed a $1.2 billion warship on the San Diego waterfront in 2020, the police announced Friday. Marine. Seaman Recruit Ryan Sawyer Mays, a former deckhand on the amphibious assault ship Bonhomme Richard, is charged …

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This group of black leaders helped shape Sonoma County. Here’s how their work lives on today.

James “Jim” Gray, 77, of Santa Rosa, said his parents, Alice and Gilbert, were part of a driving force behind the civil rights movement that unfolded in Santa Rosa, which happened in conjunction with similar activism taking shape in other parts of Sonoma County at the time. In 1960, the …

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Las Vegas group HOPE for Prisoners appoints new center for Billy Walters

Posted on: February 19, 2022, 11:46 a.m. Last update: February 20, 2022, 12:03 p.m. Steve Bittenbender Read more A Las Vegas nonprofit that helps people get out of prison announced Friday that it will name its new facility after Billy Walters. HOPE for Prisoners, a Las Vegas-based nonprofit that helps …

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Supreme Court gives judicial districts more control over COVID-19 precautions

POCATELLO, Idaho (KIFI) – Judges in the Idaho Administrative District will determine which COVID-19 courtroom precautions are appropriate for conditions in their parts of the state, the Supreme Court of Idaho ordered Thursday. Idaho. The new emergency order, effective Feb. 28, is the latest in a series governing state court …

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Houston man found guilty in federal court of underage sex trafficking faces life in prison | KTVE

LAFAYETTE, La. (KTVE/KARD) — On Thursday, Feb. 17, 2022, Kevondric Fezia, 26, of Houston, Tx. was convicted by a federal jury in Lafayette, Louisiana, of sex trafficking charges. On April 22, 2021, an indictment was returned by a federal grand jury charging Feiza and Calista Jenee Winfrey, 23, of Orange, …

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Pamplin Media Group – Suspected Weil Arcade arsonist faces murder charge

Roel Leon, 34, is suspected of starting the January blaze and now faces more serious charges. The person suspected of starting the downtown Hillsboro fire that destroyed the Weil Arcade building in January has been charged with new charges following the discovery of a body inside the wreckage. Roel Leon, …

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Fired San Marcos cop who caused fatal shipwreck wants job back

Ryan Hartman, the San Marcos police sergeant who directly caused a June 2020 car crash that killed a woman, was fired from the department 19 months later because of not the collision, but the the fact that he repeatedly failed to turn over documents related to multiple investigations. That’s according …

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Salary for top health department job increased multiple times

The state health commissioner’s annual salary was $189,000 in 2019, before the pandemic began. As of Jan. 1, 2021, the salary for the top job at the Oklahoma Health Department had risen to $335,160, according to an investigative audit report released last week. “The commissioner’s salary increased several times during …

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Diamantis’ daughter landed job as company awarded no-tender contracts

A construction management firm at the center of a federal grand jury investigation into school building grants has won two no-tender contracts worth a combined $530,000 to oversee the construction of a a new primary school in Tolland – during the same period, she took on the daughter of Constantin …

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News Digest: Job fair for teens | Grand Jury Candidacy | Pickleball and Cricket Entrance | Ride the Rails at Niles | News

Grand Jury Candidacy Recruiting is underway for openings for the upcoming 2022-23 Alameda County Civil Grand Jury, a citizen watchdog group that investigates public agencies and community entities throughout the county. “The civilian grand jury depends on and encourages the participation of a diverse group of citizens who will bring …

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Council Member LaCava Leads San Diego Planning Group’s Reform Effort

After many years of rumblings and recommendations on reforming the community planning group, this year could be the year the city of San Diego changes the way its advisory councils work. District 1 Councilmember Joe LaCava has embarked on the process to update the San Diego City Council policy that …

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Collins Defends District Attorney’s Office and Its Work at County Supervisors’ Meeting – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

NATCHEZ — Adams County Sixth District Attorney Shameca Collins spoke to the Adams County Board of Supervisors Monday morning, telling them she was there to correct misinformation that she said had presented at a recent meeting. A discussion of crime at the Jan. 18 board of supervisors meeting has supervisor …

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Big job at a tough time: New Cal Fire chief talks about wildfire defense challenges

Ben Lomond’s Nate Armstrong became chief of Felton-based Cal Fire’s San Mateo-Santa Cruz County Unit in November — not even quite a year since the last embers of the CZU fire had been extinguished. Armstrong, 38, has served in many roles during his 15 years with Cal Fire, working as …

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Activist group calls for release of body camera video in fatal Lafayette police shooting

A group of activists are calling for the release of body-worn camera footage of the fatal shooting of Tyron Coates by Lafayette police. Coates was shot dead by police on January 23. A Lafayette police officer attempted to arrest Coates, who was driving a car that had been reported stolen, …

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Thanks to a group of high school students, more FBI files on Klan violence could be released | News

Aditya Shah was a junior at Hightstown High School in New Jersey in 2015 when he and his AP Government and Politics classmates began investigating cold cases involving Ku Klux Klan killings in the South. Out of curiosity, the students filed a public records request with the help of their …

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Marin supervisors drop proposal for sheriff’s advisory group

A proposal to create a residents’ advisory group to serve as a liaison between the Marin County Sheriff’s Office and the community was dropped by supervisors on Tuesday. The proposal was brought forward by a subcommittee of the Board of Supervisors and the Sheriff’s Office in response to calls from …

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Central Florida neo-Nazi group leader recently arrested, records show

ORLANDO, Florida. – Members of a neo-Nazi group that staged weekend protests in Orlando displayed signs saying they belonged to the National Socialist Movement, or NSM, a Kissimmee-based organization that has been designated a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center. The NSM, which calls itself “America’s premier white …

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Arizona grand jury indicts alleged leader of Florida neo-Nazi group with disorderly conduct

Suspected neo-Nazi leader arrested in Chandler Chandler, Ariz. – A grand jury in Arizona indicted the alleged leader of a neo-Nazi group over a 2021 incident where he allegedly threatened black men at gunpoint in a Chandler parking near Dobson and Queen Creek roads. According to court documents released on …

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FBI warns of Iranian cybergroup, urges organizations to beef up defenses

The FBI has issued an alert detailing an Iranian group’s tools, techniques and tactics, giving U.S. organizations advice on how to defend against its malicious cyber activities. In October 2021, a grand jury in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York indicted two Iranian nationals employed …

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Supreme Court bombshell paves way for first black woman on court, after Biden pledge

Internet Explorer 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser. So many losses: Judge who inflicted MAGA losses on Obamacare, voting, to quit SCOTUS 09:14 Now Playing The SCOTUS bomb paves the way for the first black woman in the field, after Biden’s commitment …

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Governor Greg Abbott urges court to allow unilateral prosecution of voter fraud by Texas AG Ken Paxton

AUSTIN — Gov. Greg Abbott, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick and other top Texas Republicans have joined Attorney General Ken Paxton in urging the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals to overturn its recent ruling that Paxton would not cannot prosecute electoral fraud unilaterally. In separate statements Tuesday, Abbott and Patrick chastised …

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City pays $150,000 to woman who lost her job after LMPD officer falsely testifies she robbed her employer | In depth

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – A woman who was arrested and lost her job after a Louisville Metro Police officer falsely testified she stole money from her employer has been paid $150 $000 by the city to settle a federal lawsuit. The trial, filed in the United States District Court in …

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US national news roundup: US Senate bipartisan group discusses curtailed election bill; Biden’s immigration targets fade after setbacks at U.S.-Mexico border and more

Below is a summary of briefs from US domestic news. U.S. Senate bipartisan group discusses curtailed election bill A bipartisan group of U.S. senators are discussing a scaled-down law focused on safeguarding election results and protecting election officials from harassment after Democrats twice defeated a voting rights bill. Lawmakers led …

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Court date reset for 80-year-old Bay Area man charged with intending to have sex with a minor in the Philippines

Proceedings have been postponed in a federal case involving an 80-year-old Vallejo man accused of traveling to the Philippines with the intent to have illicit sex with a child and conspiring to do the same. Balbino Guerrero Sablad, who was indicted on July 15 by a federal grand jury in …

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San Marcos police officer involved in Lockhart fatality loses job

A San Marcos police officer who authorities say caused a fatal collision at Lockhart while off duty was fired on Tuesday night – more than a year after the 2020 incident and after that a survivor of the wreckage had called for her eviction. Ryan Hartman, who was a sergeant, …

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Delco Group welcomes accusations in the filming of Fanta Bility | State and region

A Delaware County political advocacy group said Wednesday it welcomed the charges against three Sharon Hill police officers in the 2021 shooting death of eight-year-old Fanta Bility, but wanted the officers fired. On Tuesday, Delaware County District Attorney Jack Stollsteimer said officers Brian Devaney, Sean Dolan and Devon Smith would …

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Cuatro’s parents must return to court | News

LANCASTER — The parents of a four-year-old Palmdale boy who died in July 2019 are due to appear in an Antelope Valley courtroom Tuesday morning for a preliminary hearing into their son’s death. A grand jury indicted Ursula Elaine Juarez, now 27, and Jose Maria Cuatro Jr., now 30, with …

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Indictments and Court Dates Await Subjects Charged with Child Sex Crimes in Franklin County

The five men arrested in Franklin County on Nov. 29 on various child sex abuse charges face arraignment or other court dates. Travis Hedrick, 31, Gray Summit; Kodey Struckhoff, 18, Union; Dylan Downey, 25, St. Clair; Brett Valley, 23, Bourbon, and Christopher Stein, 31, New Haven, were all arrested Nov. …

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Op-Ed: Advocacy group urges county to address COVID-19 outbreak in jail

By CLUE Santa Barbara (CLERGY AND LAITY UNITED FOR ECONOMIC JUSTICE) Avoiding the Catastrophic Staffing Crisis and COVID Transmission Almost a quarter of the prison’s 725 residents have tested positive in the outbreak which began last month. As of January 5, there were 94 active resident cases and 32 active …

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Santa Clara County Sheriff refuses to address corruption allegations in court – NBC Bay Area

Appearing via Zoom in plain clothes for her first court appearance, Santa Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith did not formally respond to charges of corruption and misconduct brought by the grand jury in December. His attorney, Allen Ruby, said the sheriff planned to contest the charges and file a statement …

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US arrests Oath Keepers leader for sedition in January 6 Capitol attack

Stewart Rhodes, the founder and leader of the far-right Oath Keepers militia, has been arrested and charged with seditious conspiracy in the attack on the US Capitol, authorities said Thursday. Ten other people have also been charged with seditious conspiracy in connection with the attack which took place on January …

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Nikki Fried says Justice Department ‘will do its job’ in Matt Gaetz investigation

A grand jury continues to consider issues relating to the U.S. Representative. Matt Gaetz, and a Democratic political ally of the Republican congressman no longer complains about the weather. “I mean, listen, the Department of Justice is going to do its job. Obviously I have no control over the Department …

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Focus on January 13: Coles County Hub for Local Job Creation | Lifestyles

MATTOON — The basketball game scheduled for tonight between Eastern Normal High School and Mattoon has been rescheduled for Saturday night as the Eastern Normal court is not ready to play. The match will be played Saturday night after Mattoon’s match with Nokomis. The matches should be quite a challenge …

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Court upholds Grover Cannon’s conviction for the 2015 murder of Shreveport cop Thomas LaValley

SHREVEPORT, Louisiana (KSLA) – The Louisiana 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday upheld the conviction of the man who was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of Shreveport cop Thomas LaValley. Grover Cannon was tried for a week in 2019, and then was found guilty and sentenced. …

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NYF Advertising Awards Launch Category Group Future Now; David Justus is the chairman of the executive jury of Future Now

Sasco Digital Assets signs as a sponsor NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA, January 12, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ – New York Festival International Advertising Award® debuts for 2022 “The Future Now”, a new category group launched to highlight creative work that uses technology to deliver an innovative approach that leads to a …

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New court dates set for Woodsboro teens charged with suspected hate crime

New court dates have been set for two teenagers charged with an alleged hate crime in Woodsboro last year on Halloween night. Noel Garcia Jr., 17, and Rance Bolcik, 17, both chose to drop their indictments scheduled for Jan.6 in the 24th District Court through their respective attorneys, according to …

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Court of Appeal supports dismissal of lawsuit for “malicious prosecution” brought by accused guard | Local news

An appeals court ruled in favor of a Santa Barbara County Superior Court judge who dismissed a lawsuit for “malicious prosecution” brought by the caretaker of a Solvang ALS patient who was arrested and charged with murder but found guilty on a less serious charge and subsequently overturned. The opinion …

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Criminal charges against ‘Gasland’ driller brought to court

Gas driller waived his right to a preliminary hearing on criminal charges for acting with “long-term indifference” to a Pennsylvania community where high levels of methane have seeped into groundwater supplies residential Through MICHAEL RUBINKAM Associated Press January 7, 2022, 18:54 • 3 minutes to read Share on FacebookShare on …

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Williamsburg group hold candlelight vigil for Jan.6 attack, calls for changes – WAVY.com

NASA Wallops will attempt to launch a sounding rocket on Thursday evening News / 1 hour ago Video Williamsburg group hold candlelight vigil for Jan.6 attack and call for changes News / 4 hours ago Video Virginia Beach COVID-19 testing event on Wednesday reaches capacity before it begins News / …

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Pamplin Media Group – 1997: Police discover unarmed burglary

1972: “Semantic error” leads to rejection of charges of embezzlement against a local woman Editor’s Note: Central Oregon archives missing Jan-Feb 7. 24 editions from 1927, so the 95 years ago part is not available. 75 years ago January 2, 1947 The coldest winter weather greeted residents of Crook County …

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Former school staff accused of child sexual abuse: court documents

SOUTHOLD, NY – A former Southold School District bus driver and janitor was arrested on Sunday on a Suffolk County arrest warrant on child sexual conduct charges, police said. Southold Town Police Chief Martin Flatley said Joseph Flythe, 40, was arrested at 1:11 p.m. on Sunday at the Vineyard View …

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Superior Court Suspends Jury Trials for January Due to Rising COVID-19 Rates | News

CONCORD – Superior Court Chief Justice Tina Nadeau has announced the postponement of all jury and grand jury trials in New Hampshire Superior Court statewide until January. The Superior Court had already scheduled a break in jury trials last week in January following the recommendation of the Task Force on …

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Court of appeals, insensitive to alleged threat of witness, overturns Albany case

At New York’s second highest court, its definition would not include the actions of Christopher Bryant, a defendant who appealed to jail to ask his alleged victim to “do the right thing.” The woman, in turn, did not testify against him. of fear. As a result, Bryant, 29, known as …

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Pamplin Media Group – REVIEW 2021: a police shooting sparked a riot in Tigard

Jacob Macduff was shot while apparently suffering from a nervous breakdown. Investigators say he had a knife. While January 6, 2021 is a date that will be remembered For years in the United States, far from the halls of the Capitol, a local tragedy unfolded in a parking lot at …

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Kentucky man arrested after online group created fake Instagram account to catch predators | News

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – A Kentucky man was arrested after police said an online group called “Predator Poachers” lured him to meet someone he thought was an 11 year old girl. On December 18, the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office was told by members of the group online that they were …

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Bowdoinham man in court in fatal hit-and-run against pedestrian in Sabattus

December 30 – LEWISTON – A Bowdoinham man charged with the hit and run murder of a pedestrian in Sabattus was in court on Wednesday to hear charges arising from the September incident. David Veinott, 38, appeared in 8th District Court before Judge Tammy Ham-Thompson, who told Veinott he was …

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Couple charged with drug offenses waive pre-trial court hearings

A man and woman arrested earlier this month after a sheriff’s detective witnessed an apparent illegal drug deal, recently had their cases referred to Guernsey County Common Plea Court after dropping out at the preliminary hearings. Maggie B. Adams, 38, Parkersburg, West Virginia, and Deon Christian, 24, Akron, waived their …

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Man accused of exposing himself to a group of children at the Warren Co. library

FRANKLIN, Ohio (WXIX) – A 49-year-old man is accused of inappropriately exposing himself and touching himself in front of five children at the Franklin Public Library. Joseph Jordan is a registered sex offender in Florida, Kentucky and Ohio, according to police. In mid-November, footage from a security camera appeared to …

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Jefferson NJ Police Officer Admits Assaulted, Threatened, Loses Job

Despite previous offers to keep his job as a Jefferson Police OfficerDavid Wroblewski lost his post on Tuesday after admitting to punching a woman in the face and threatening her in two incidents in 2015 and 2016. Instead of attending the trial, which was scheduled for October this year, David …

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Maneuvering around Joe Manchin is a full time job

Jill laurent/ USA today: Biden Can Save His Build Back Better Program By Just Listening To Manchin I understand why Democrats are trying to undo all the damage in a giant bill. But it is time for them to listen to Manchin: Do less but longer and better. If you …

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court upholds former sheriff Buncich’s corruption conviction | Crime and courts

Jurgensen used the FBI’s “buy” money and his contacts within the County Police Department to get on Buncich’s tow list. Jurgensen and William Szarmach, owner of a Lake Station towing company that towed for the sheriff’s office, testified at Buncich’s trial that they both paid the sheriff to continue receiving …

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Kentucky AG Research Mandate Group makes recommendations

Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron addresses the media following the return of a grand jury inquiry into the death of Breonna Taylor, in Frankfort, Ky. On Wednesday, September 23, 2020. Two grand jurors have Told CBS “This Morning” in an interview Wednesday, Oct. 28, that many members of the grand …

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Court Findings: December 22, 2021 – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

Adams County Court Cases – Final Results Week of December 10 to 16: Travon Lyles charged with child abuse. Case related to a grand jury. Week of Nov 26-Dec 2: Hunter Bailey charged with receiving stolen property. Case related to a grand jury. Robert Galmore charged with two counts of …

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Indiana couple plead guilty in federal court for attempted theft of Jonesboro pharmacy

Two Indiana men face maximum sentences of 20 to 40 years in federal prison after pleading guilty Monday in plea hearings following charges related to the attempted robbery of a Jonesboro pharmacy and the theft later the same day from an Illinois grocery store. Tavon Lockridge, 22, and Raymond Craig, …

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Kentucky AG search warrant group issues recommendations

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – A Kentucky Search Warrants Task Force established in the wake of Breonna Taylor’s fatal police shooting recommends additional officer training, an electronic database, and postcode tracking where the search warrants are executed. Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron promised the task force would be created last year, after …

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Report details ‘failure’ in treatment of first Smollett case

By SARA BURNETT Associated Press CHICAGO (AP) – Prosecutors’ handling of original case against former “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett represented “major failure of operations” by Cook County State Attorney’s Office , according to the special prosecutor appointed to examine it. In a 68-page report released on Monday, Special Prosecutor Dan …

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Canadian pleads guilty in US court for funding ISIS activities

By Tom Yun, Editor, CTVNews.ca Click here for updates on this story VANCOUVER, British Columbia (CTV Network) – A Canadian citizen pleaded guilty in U.S. federal court Friday to funding ISIS militants in Syria. In a press release, the US Department of Justice said former Edmonton resident Abdullahi Ahmed Abdullahi …

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The ex-cop who shot Breonna Taylor won’t get his job back

A Louisville Police Board refused to give the former detective Myles Cosgrove his job after appealing his dismissal in January 2021. Cosgrove is the ex-cop who fired the shot that killed a 26-year-old breonna taylor during a sloppy raid without blow on March 13, 2020. Cosgrove, with the former Louisville …

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Pamplin Media Group – Portland men indicted in St. Helens auto race

The two men are suspected of a series of break-ins and car thefts that were reported in late November. Columbia County prosecutors have laid felony charges against two Portland men as part of a series of break-ins and vehicle thefts that were reported in St. Helens on November 27-28. On …

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Pamplin Media Group – Five charged with links to the execution-type murder of Bend man in Gresham

The victim has spent time in Portland and the accused are from Portland, Gresham and Eugene. Five people now face murder and kidnapping charges related to the Gresham execution-style murder of a 35-year-old man from Bend in September. The accused are from Portland, Gresham and Eugene. Andrew Sherrell was found …

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Massachusetts AG to appeal court decision to dismiss landmark COVID case alleging nursing home negligence – Business Daily News

Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey on Tuesday filed a notice of appeal in Hampden County Superior Court to overturn a lower court’s dismissal of criminal charges against two leaders of a veterans home where 76 residents died in a COVID-19 outbreak. The charges are believed to have been the first …

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Former Williamson County MPs indicted in Javier Ambler case appear in court on Tuesday

Zach Camden and JJ Johnson were charged with manslaughter in March 2021, two years after Javier Ambler’s death. WILLIAMSON COUNTY, Texas – Two former deputies from the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office appeared in court Tuesday afternoon for an in-person hearing. In March 2021, former MPs JJ Johnson and Zach Camden …

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People’s Port group wants a commissioner free of personal interests

Among the candidates for the Corpus Christi Port Authority commission, there is a list of seven Candidates “Port populaire”, a new coalition of local community leaders who believe that commissioners should have no professional, personal or financial interests in port operations. Corpus Christi city council plans to vote on Tuesday …

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San Diego Community News Group

More than 500 of your fellow San Diego residents donate their leisure time to community planning councils each month. In an organized manner, they provide information to the city government on development plans and infrastructure needs in their particular neighborhood. They read reports, hear public presentations, ask questions, think critically, …

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Former Heritage Academy professor accused of abuse makes brief court appearance

A former Heritage Academy teacher accused of abusing a student in the 1970s made a brief court appearance on Thursday in which a judge agreed to set aside three days for a trial. Robert William Becker, 77, of Hagerstown, was in Washington County Circuit Court for a status hearing on …

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Shooter, victim indicted in IHOP shooting, court documents show

CINCINNATI (WXIX) – New charges were laid in last month’s shooting outside the Oakley IHOP restaurant that left one person with serious gunshot wounds. This happened on November 26 following a physical fight between two IHOP employees during their shifts, police said. One of those employees is Gionni Je’sus Dews, …

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Jacksonville pharmacy owner acquitted in federal court | Jax Daily Record | Jacksonville Daily Record

Carter’s Ortega Pharmacy owner Greg Carter was acquitted of health care fraud charges by a federal jury in Jacksonville. An acquittal judgment signed Oct. 21 by U.S. District Judge Marcia Morales Howard relieved Carter of any further court demands. “After their careful and thoughtful deliberations, the jury’s verdict demonstrates what …

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2 Illinois inmates from white supremacist group beat Jewish inmate to death: indictment

ROCKFORD, Illinois. – Two Illinois inmates were indicted Tuesday by a federal grand jury with murder and hate crime charges related to the death of another inmate. Brandon Simonson, 37, also known as “Whitey” and Kristopher Martin, 39, also known as “No Luck” have been charged with Conspiracy to Commit …

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MUNICIPAL COURT | News, Sports, Jobs

LISBON – In county municipal court, Linda R. Stuller, 33, West State Street, Salem, was linked to the grand jury on charges of drunken weapons and improper handling of firearms in a motor vehicle after allegedly firing a pistol at the window of an SUV parked in Perry Township on …

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Ubiquiti violates internal work, according to FBI and DoJ

The recent unveiling of a multi-count indictment before a grand jury for Nikolas Sharp provides a unique and convoluted series of criminal events. It appears Sharp has pledged to put around $ 2 million in its pocket via a data theft and extortion effort, with a twist of “whistleblower” claims …

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Pamplin Media Group – Trial Scheduled for Oregon Police Officer Charged with Drunken Misconduct

Judge Theodore Sims has granted a motion for a continuation of Teets’ trial to be delayed until after the trial of fellow officer and witness Bradley Schuetz. A Washington County judge has tentatively set the trial of Forest Grove police officer Steven Teets for February 9. Teets was originally scheduled …

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CT group indicted in wave of AT&T store robberies

HARTFORD – Four Hartford men were charged this week over their roles in violent thefts from AT&T stores, federal prosecutors said. On Wednesday, a federal grand jury in Hartford released an indictment that charged Alex Josephs, 21, Ronaldo Smith, 23, Saquille Raymond, 23, and Deshawn Baugh, 19, with robbery and …

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Pamplin Media Group – Private security guard charged with shooting in Lowe’s parking lot

Logan Gimbel killed Freddy Nelson during a May 29 clash in northeast Portland. A Multnomah County grand jury indicted a man after a fatal shooting at a Lowe’s parking lot in northeast Portland in May. Grand jury indicted Logan Gimbel, 28, with multiple counts, including second degree murder, endangering another …

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Harry S Truman Carrier Strike Group departs on regular deployment – WAVY.com

Following decision not to indict the officer, VBPD chief says he would welcome a meeting with Donovon Lynch’s father New / 5 hours ago Video News of grand jury report in Donovon Lynch death reopens injury to DeShayla Harris family New / 9 hours ago Video 61-year-old cyclist seriously injured …

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Jamarion Robinson Case | DA wants case to stay in state court

Officers have filed for a referral to federal court, but Fulton County attorneys argue it’s a state issue. FULTON COUNTY, Georgia – A US Marshal and Clayton County police officer charged in Fulton County with the murder of Jamarion Robinson must keep his case in Georgia, the Fulton County District …

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Federal government asks questions about Sidney Powell and his pro-Trump group

Since Sidney Powell led one of then-President Donald Trump’s efforts to overturn the 2020 election, she has found herself on the wrong side of a potentially ruinous flurry of lawsuits. But the problems with the voting machine are only part of the growing problems of the notorious lawyer for MAGA. …

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Laurence Moloney de Quincy accused of perjury after deaths on construction site

BOSTON – A Quincy construction company owner and one of his employees face charges after two men were killed at a Boston job site earlier this year. Laurence Moloney, 57, of Quincy faces three charges after District Attorney Rachael Rollins said he and an employee – Konstantino Kollias, 35 from …

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The group mobilizes against the emergency order

DO NOT LET THEM BITE YOUR NOSE Transmission electron micrograph of SARS-CoV-2 (gold) viral particles in the endosomes of a heavily infected nasal olfactory epithelial cell. Image captured at the NIAID Integrated Research Facility (IRF) in Fort Detrick, Maryland. Via NAIA D HUMBOLDT – The availability of COVID-19 vaccines and …

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Convictions for pedophilia and thefts top the news at Comal County Court | Community alert

In recent weeks, law enforcement and justice departments in Comal County have secured several convictions and others have received long prison terms, including two violent offenders. “I am incredibly proud of the excellent work of my team and law enforcement in our joint efforts to preserve the values ​​of our …

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Sin City group set to stand trial next year on gun and drug charges | Crime and courts

Jonathan Miano, dossier, The Times Correspondent Bill Dolan Times HAMMOND – A federal judge has set a trial date for November 2022 for a dozen members of the Sin City Deciples motorcycle club to face drug and gun conspiracy charges. This episode of the “Riding Shotgun with NWI Cops” series …

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Sin City group will be tried next year for firearms and drug trafficking | Crime and courts

Jonathan Miano, dossier, The Times Correspondent Bill Dolan Times HAMMOND – A federal judge has set a trial date for November 2022 for a dozen members of the Sin City Deciples motorcycle club to face drug and gun conspiracy charges. This episode of the “Riding Shotgun with NWI Cops” series …

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House special committee issues 10 new subpoenas targeting leaders of fascist militia groups, Trump’s political agent Roger Stone and InfoWars host Alex Jones

Earlier this week, the House Select Committee investigating former President Donald Trump’s attempted coup on January 6 issued 10 new subpoenas targeting Republican political operatives as well as leaders of paramilitary groups fascists who participated in the planning and storming of the Capitol. The five subpoenas issued by the committee …

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Capitol Riot probe turns to members of extremist group linked to attack, including military veteran

Supporters of former President Donald Trump attack the United States Capitol in an attempt to overturn the 2020 election results on January 6, 2021 in Washington, DC (Kent Nishimura, Los Angeles Times / TNS) WASHINGTON (Tribune News Service) – The House committee investigating the January 6 storming of the United …

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Charges may be looming in 2-year-old Albany Municipal Court’s embezzlement case

November 23 – ALBANY – A 2019 theft case involving misappropriation of funds from the Albany City Court registry could see a major breakthrough, with a potential indictment as early as December. “We are looking at moving the case forward, maybe during this grand jury session with whatever is in …

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Man Charged with Murder of Southwest Virginia Police Officer Appears in Court

The man charged with Big Stone Gap agent Michael Chandler appeared in court on Tuesday morning. Michael Donivan White, of Cross, South Carolina, appeared on video from the Southwest Virginia Regional Jail in Abingdon. He is accused of shooting Big Stone Gap policeman Michael Chandler in the early morning hours …

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Hogan’s former aide pleads not guilty in Federal Court

November 19, 2021 Roy C. McGrath, the former chief of staff to Governor Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) and former head of the Maryland Environmental Service, pleaded not guilty to criminal charges in federal court on Friday afternoon. McGrath has requested a jury trial, which prosecutors say will take about …

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LaCava launches reform of planning group in San Diego to ‘clean up this mess’

The La Jolla Community Planning Association, along with other community planning groups across San Diego, might look a little different over the coming year. City Councilor Joe LaCava, whose District 1 includes La Jolla, said his proposed reforms would alter some of the groups’ operations to bring them into line …

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Report Says Utah Has Nearly Three Job Postings For Every Unemployed

Good Monday morning Utah! Thanks for reading “The Rundown”. Is it difficult for Utah businesses to find workers? Utah rulers like to brag about the state’s low unemployment rate, which currently stands at just 2.4%. It is the second lowest in the country, just behind Nebraska. Despite this low number, …

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AFI Fest reveals 2021 Audience and Jury Prize winners – Deadline

AFI Fest announced this year’s award-winning films on Monday, featuring Clint Bentley’s Jockey by Sony Pictures Classics and directed by Tommy Oliver Juice world by winning respectively the narrative and documentary audience prizes. Winners of the Grand Jury Award for Live Action and Animated Short will be eligible for the …

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Delco’s Dave White enters fray for governor

November 10, 2021 The guys in Delaware County have a reputation for being outspoken and up for anything. These attributes may serve former County Councilor Dave White well as he worked his way through the overcrowded race for the 2022 GOP nomination for governor. White, 60, is not discouraged by …

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Officer Who Killed Breonna Taylor Asks Louisville Police Department For Work | New

Former police officer Myles Cosgrove asks to resume his post after firing 16 bullets in breonna taylorthe apartment of, who killed her in March 2020. According to United States todayCosgrove, who was fired in January 2021 for failing to “correctly identify a target,” is appealing to the Louisville Metro Police …

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Dolphins coach Brian Flores comments on job security after meeting with team owner GM

Dolphins coach Brian Flores is not concerned about his own status within the franchise despite losing the team for their seventh straight game on Sunday. Asked about his job security after Miami’s 26-11 loss to the Bills, Flores replied: “I’m just worried about the players,” Flores said. “I worry about …

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“Sometimes it takes a woman to do the job”; family reacts to indictment in Jamarion Robinson case | New

ATLANTA (CBS46) – Two law enforcement officers, including a US Marshal, were charged Tuesday in the death of Jamarion Robinson. PREVIOUS STORY: 2 Georgian police officers charged with gunshot death of man in 2016 In 2016, the 26-year-old was shot 76 times by a U.S. Marshal’s Service Task Force. Officers …

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“The Fallout” wins Grand Jury Prize – The Hollywood Reporter

The consequences won the Grand Jury Prize in the Narrative Feature Film Competition at the SXSW Virtual Film Festival. Megan Park is behind the feature film starring Jenna Ortega, Maddie Ziegler and Niles Fitch as high school students brought together by their shared experience in a school shooting. In his …

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Appeals court awards jury $ 7.7 million in Ministry of Corrections whistleblower case

A state appeals committee overturned a $ 7.7 million jury prize that a former state Department of Corrections employee won in a whistleblower case and ordered a new trial in the civil case. Lisa R. Easley sued the DOC for claiming she was fired for cooperating in a federal investigation …

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Jury Prize of $ 2 Million to Vacationing Employee on Sick Leave Highlights Pitfalls for Employers | McGuireWoods LLP

It’s no secret that employees sometimes abuse benefits under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). It’s also no secret that pitfalls abound for employers trying to curb such abuse while accommodating legitimate medical leave needs. A recent decision of the Massachusetts Supreme Court in DaPrato v. Massachusetts Water Resources …

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