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Former Staffordshire police constable jailed for mortgage lie to judge

A former police constable has been jailed after using his position to lie to a county court judge over a mortgage application.

Jamie Sargent, 32, convinced a court a mortgage application with partner Natalie Barlow was progressing by inventing a mortgage broker using Staffordshire Police computer systems. 572 more words

Birmingham Crown Court

Week ending Nov. 22, 2015


Can you help us locate these fugitives who have absconded from parole supervision? There is an outstanding warrant for the arrest of each offender. 695 more words

Man charged with starving, torturing son to death gets 40 years in prison

HERNANDO, Miss. — Jack “Tommy” Raines will spend 40 years in prison after pleading guilty to second-degree murder in the death of his son Tyler. 291 more words


Man Accused Of Threatening Att'y General Over Terror Charges Gets Probation

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A Minnesota man who admitted sending an angry tweet threatening U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch has been sentenced to four years of probation with a long list of conditions meant to keep him out of trouble. 112 more words


Jared Fogle Blames Subway Diet for Sex Crimes

Jared Fogle came to international prominence after claiming to have lost 245 lbs. eating nothing but Subway turkey and veggie subs.

Subway was ecstatic; they made him their spokesman and he became a whirlwind success almost overnight. 281 more words


Man sentenced in fatal shooting of Lancaster man

LANCASTER, Pa.–A Lancaster man was sentenced Friday to 22 to 45 years in prison for the fatal shooting that left a father of four dead. 79 more words


Norfolk man sentenced to 16 years in jail for 5-month-old daughter’s death

Norfolk, Va. – A former Navy sailor charged in the murder of his 5-month-old daughter was sentenced Friday in Norfolk.

Andrew Givens was charged with second-degree murder after his daughter died in February of 2015. 160 more words