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Lucien Crane Chief enters guilty plea in death of Cynthia Badarm

What should have been jury selection day in the Lucien Crane Chief trial, started with a change of plans.

Crane Chief instead entered a plea of guilty to one charge of manslaughter in the death of 37-year-old Cynthia Badarm. 320 more words

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York City man handed lengthy prison sentence on drug trafficking and firearms conviction

HARRISBURG, Pa. – A York City man was sentenced today to 7 years and 8 months by U.S. District Court Judge Yvette Kane in Harrisburg, for selling drugs and possessing weapons in October 2013. 144 more words

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Aurora Cousins Face Sentencing For Terror Plot On Guard Base

CHICAGO (CBS) — Hasan Edmonds joined the Illinois National Guard a decade after terrorists attacked the United States on Sept. 11, 2001.

Then, in the spring of 2015, he committed the ultimate betrayal of his fellow soldiers. 638 more words

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Man pleads guilty to hitting Naval Air Station Oceana base officer with car

NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — A man pleaded guilty Wednesday to assault on a federal officer with a dangerous weapon.

Court documents say 27-year-old Marcus D. Wilkins, of Virginia Beach, took a shopping cart full of unpaid merchandise from the Navy Exchange at Naval Air Station Oceana. 110 more words

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Man pleads in Lancaster Township burglary spree

LANCASTER, Pa.–A Lancaster man admitted to targeting  his neighbor’s homes during a burglary spree earlier this year, according to the Lancaster County District Attorney’s office. 140 more words

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Bank robbery suspect pleads guilty

DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) – A man who has attempted to rob multiple Davenport banks last has pleaded guilty.

Terrance Lamar Hicks was charged with three counts of 2nd degree robbery after three attempted robberies, one of which was successful. 174 more words

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Father, Son, Who Scammed Schools Out Of Millions, Plead Guilty

CHICAGO (CBS) — A suburban father and son accused in 2014 of scamming public school district out of millions — only to post diamonds and rubies to get out of jail — pleaded guilty Tuesday to mail fraud. 258 more words

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