Two people in Connecticut are charged with murder after police say they stabbed a man to death after he accidentally spilled coffee on them last Wednesday night.
The 56-year-old doctor was sentenced Monday in Cleveland. Heim pleaded guilty in December to one count of conspiracy to distribute controlled substances and 20 counts of distribution of controlled substances.
Police say the suspect will also be charged with battery on a police officer and resisting law enforcement because of an altercation during his arrest.
The attorney for an Ohio terrorism plot suspect is opposing a government motion to cut back his jail phone access as overbroad and based on hypothetical risks.
A southern Indiana mayor has demoted the city’s police chief and replaced him with a 21-year department veteran.
Billboards seeking leads in an unsolved murder case have popped up along I-65 in central Indiana.
A New York man is accused of causing the death of his dog, which was so hungry it ate wood and plastic and so cold its temperature didn’t register on a thermometer.
The son was listed in critical and unstable condition Tuesday afternoon. after being shot in the stomach Monday evening.
A man suspected of stealing a car spray-painted his face black in an attempt to evade police in Central California.
The victim told police she was trying to buy weed from a pair of men when they took out a gun and held it at her head.
The investigation started when several images of children were connected to the former teacher’s computer.
The video which surfaced online, shows a female brutally attacking another female at an Indianapolis park.
The mother of the victim of a fatal crash in November of 2014 said the least the driver could do was apologize.
Thomas A. Stambaugh admits he was drunk and trying to commit suicide when he crashed his pickup into a vehicle occupied by a pregnant woman.
According to Fort Wayne police, the man had injuries to his face and head when he was found inside his apartment on the city’s near northeast side.
The arrest of Robert Durst, a wealthy eccentric linked to two killings and his wife’s disappearance, came just before the finale in an HBO show about his life in which he said he “killed them all.”
It may have been the easiest driving while intoxicated arrest ever made by the New York State Police.
The intruder got away with a car, an iPad, and Nintendo DS3 and a small amount of cash.
Durst is the subject of a six-part HBO series detailing his life of wealth and privilege as well as suspected links to the deaths of his wife in New York and a friend in Los Angeles.
This is the second time the actor has caused a disturbance at separate hotels in Florida.