When he was arrested, prosecutors say the man charged with killing three North Carolina college students had possession of the murder weapon, gunshot residue on his hands and blood from one of the victims splattered on his pants.
Deliberations in the guilt phase began almost two years after twin bombs exploded near the marathon’s finish line on April 15, 2013, killing three people and wounding more than 260.
An Albuquerque dad is now facing child abuse and weapons charges after police say he made his underage son drive him to get alcohol, then drive him away from a shooting near a DWI checkpoint.
A judge noted that prosecutors had two aggravating factors and that Craig Stephen Hicks is “death penalty qualified.”
Tsarnaev’s lawyer admitted he participated in the bombings during her opening statement to the jury. “It was him,” said attorney Judy Clarke, a renowned death penalty lawyer.
Authorities said no one has been arrested and that police are looking for three suspects in the Sunday night attack.
Police and the district attorney are reviewing whether charges will be filed against a man whose gun accidentally fired during an Easter vigil Mass in central Pennsylvania.
One of the dogs died of starvation and hypothermia after being left chained outside.
Police in Lexington Kentucky said they arrested 31 people who face charges including public intoxication and disorderly conduct.
The body was found in a shallow pond near the child’s southwest Ohio home after hundreds of people fanned out to search for him.
While police said the descriptions of the men in the four incidents are similar, they are unable to confirm any connection to the previous robberies.
Recovery agents from a bond agency heard the sound of a shotgun racking when they knocked on the door of a wanted man.