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Man shot by police after brandishing handguns in hospital pleads guilty

LOGAN, Utah — A man who was shot by police officers after he brandished a pair of handguns while making demands inside the emergency room of Cache Valley Hospital has agreed to a plea deal. 73 more words

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Second Suspect Pleads Guilty in Lackawanna College Student Killing

SCRANTON — A second man pleaded guilty in the shooting death of a Lackawanna College student.

On Monday, Ryan Harding pleaded guilty to a third degree murder charge as well as to carrying a firearm without a license. 83 more words

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'Sweetheart Swindler' gets more than 5 years in prison

A 62-year-old man charged with bilking an older woman out of more than $270,000 – earning him the nickname the “Sweetheart Swindler” – was sentenced to five years and eight months in prison. 248 more words

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Man Beat 2 Cats With Golf Club For Scratching Him

ERIE, Pa. (AP) – A northwestern Pennsylvania man fatally beat his two cats with a golf club because he felt “betrayed” after they scratched him. 152 more words

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Warrant issued for man who agreed to plead guilty

MASON CITY, Iowa – A Mason City man facing multiple charges after a dispute with his ex-girlfriend is being sought by authorities.

30-year-old Bryan Paul Servantez was charged with 3rd degree kidnapping, 2nd degree attempted burglary and domestic abuse assault after what law enforcement says was an early morning dispute between Servantez and his ex-girlfriend on May 2.  86 more words

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Former Cop Pleads Guilty For Selling Oxycodone

HUGHESTOWN — A former police office in Luzerne County pleaded guilty in federal court Tuesday for selling prescription drugs.

Robert Evans, a former Hughestown police officer, pleaded guilty in federal court in Scranton, admitting that he sold prescription drugs, even dealing them from the borough’s police station. 282 more words

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Guilty Plea from Founder of Boys Choir

MARSHALLS CREEK — A former choir director has pleaded guilty to three counts of child sex crimes.

According to defense attorneys, Bernard Schade, the founder of a Pennsylvania boys choir pleaded guilty to one count of sexual assault and two counts of possession of child pornography. 74 more words

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