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Tribune reporterGov. Pat Quinn signed into law Saturday legislation that calls for stiffer penalties on people who text or use social media to organize mob attacks. Social media has made it easier for groups of people to orchestrate violent crimes throughout the city,...
What happened to the sweet, smiling Jimmy Smith we all once knew? A Jacksonville Jaguars legend. A great teammate. An incredible wide receiver. A loving father. A dedicated son. This is the Jimmy Smith I want to remember. When he played for the...
Brothers arrested in a May 6 rape and home-invasion robbery in Poinciana were rearrested Friday after police identified them as the men who robbed Advance America payday loans in Kissimmee. Richard Delgado Cruz, 33, used a gun to force a clerk to...
If the federal prison that gets Tavon White is anything like the last one I visited, even a charmer such as Bulldog will have a tough time recreating the life of the libertine he had at the Baltimore City Detention Center. White, a reputed leader of...
Daily PressThe Newport News Sheriff's Office made three arrests on Friday in a case involving a cell phone smuggled into the jail for an inmate, according to a news release. Deputies with the sheriff's office acted on a tip they received on May 15, which led to...
Tags: Prosecution, Trials, Crime, Law and Justice, Crimes, Cell Phones
Treasure hunters have long pilfered arrowheads, pottery and other archaeological artifacts on state lands, risking jail time if caught. But a loophole in state law meant that looters didn't face consequences for their thievery on Lake County Water...
Tags: Kissimmee, Laws, Conservation, Rick Scott, Ocala National Forest
As if you didn't know this already, we're coddling criminals in America. By that I don't mean the petty drug dealers, three-strikes necklace-snatchers and other mooks filling up our state prisons; many of them are doing hard time. I'm talking about...
Tags: Conservation, Theft, Prosecution, Trials, Criminals
Facing sentencing for four strong-arm robberies on a single night in Bethlehem, a teenager insisted he is a changed man whose strong family will ensure he stays on the straight and narrow. Four generations of Johnnie K. Johnson Jr.'s loved ones sat in...
Brandy E. Marzenell, 28, of Aberdeen pleaded guilty to possession of methamphetamine and, in an unrelated charge, distribution of less than an ounce of marijuana. On the meth charge, she was given a six-year suspended term and sentenced to 70 days...
Jury selection began Thursday for Caryn Kelley, the College Park real-estate agent accused of fatally shooting her boyfriend almost two years ago. The parties hadn't yet settled on a jury when court recessed for the day. Trial preparations will continue...
One thing that starkly sets the United States apart from other Western industrial countries is our incarceration rate. Today our country has more than 2.3 million people in jail or prison, which means that, with about 5% of the world's population, we have...
The doctor admitted there were clues that he was working at a Fort Lauderdale pill mill – his salary went up 400 percent, the "chaotic" waiting room overflowed with patients from out of town and he was told to give everyone the maximum number of...
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