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Mr Barker first arrived on the Roddis' quiet street in 2003 and swiftly fell foul of the neighbourhood when almost overnight, he began dumping battered old cars and car parts on the drive at the front of his home. 'It was a complete eyesore,'
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The suspect was found to be publicly intoxicated and unable to care for himself or others...Date of Report: 2/27/2014 Time of Report: 00:11 Deputy Name: Brown, Chris Report Number: 01292-14 Charges: H&S 11364.1(A), P.C...Suspect Arrested Y/N: Yes
20 February 2014 44 shares 1 View comments The father of Jordan Davis, the teenage who was killed by Michael Dunn over loud music, said he wants to visit his son's killer in prison to 'make him understand' how he has destroyed his family. Dunn, 47,
At long last, at least one juror in the Michael Dunn-Jordan Davis trial has publicly responded to increasing criticism of the jury's mixed verdict in the case. Juror No. 4, who is only identified as "Valerie," has told
Fla. The Florida software designer accused of killing a black teenager during an argument over loud music compared himself to a rape victim, telling his fiancee in a recorded jailhouse phone call that the police were trying to blame him for the
Florida prosecutors in the Michael Dunn-Jordan Davis case on Monday released audio recordings of a number of jailhouse phone calls placed by Dunn, who was convicted on three counts of
Prosecutors released recordings of nine jailhouse calls placed by Dunn in the days following the shooting of Jordan Davis...I was the one who was victimized,' said Dunn from jail in December 2012...It's not quite the same but it made me think of
Michael Dunn, who shot a 17-year-old African-American Jordan Davis for listening to loud music at a gas station in Florida, was found guilty of three counts of attempted murder. This was on the night of Sunday, February 16, reports Reuters.
Jurors have resumed deciding the fate of a Florida man charged with fatally shooting a teen after an argument over loud music. The 12 jurors in the trial of Michael Dunn resumed work Friday, their third day of deliberations. Dunn is charged with