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But with O'Malley's election in 1999, Ceasefire's future here wasn't clear. So Kennedy came for a meeting with the new mayor at City Hall. Instead of O'Malley's ear, he got Maple's mouth. "Maple ripped me from limb to limb," Kennedy writes. " When's
Joseph High School student accused of threatening victims in song A former St. Joseph High School student was in a Santa Barbara County courtroom on Wednesday, accused of writing and performing a rap song in which he allegedly threatened two victims.
Newton, the foundation's president and CEO, submitted written testimony saying the organization's "ability to fulfill its purpose will be negatively impacted and its fundraising dramatically curtailed were HB 5127 to be enacted." He said the
A 24-year-old Elgin woman, just weeks after pleading guilty to felony retail theft, was arrested by East Dundee Police and charged with burglary and retail theft for two incident in March 2013. Samantha Marinaro, of the 1300 block of Corley Court,
Nagy, 37, sits atop the latest Colorado Top 100 most-wanted sex offenders list maintained by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation after a warrant was issued for his arrest for failing to appear at a scheduled hearing. Nagy was convicted in November
February 19, 2014 A University of Florida professor is facing three years probation for using a camera pen to film up his student's clothing to determine whether or not she was wearing undergarments, according to documents obtained by The Smoking Gun.
The Baltimore Sun Veteran political consultant Julius Henson planned this week to formally file as a candidate for State Senate, pledging to "retire" East Baltimore Sen. Nathaniel J. McFadden. But state authorities contend such a campaign violates a
A 27-year-old Cortland man was sentenced to two years in prison Tuesday for domestic battery as part of a negotiated plea agreement. Brian Robinson, of the 200 block of McMillan Court, was serving 30 months of probation for aggravated battery of a
Police arrested David Lee Dues after he allegedly approached two girls -- ages 16 and 17 years old -- outside the motel on the 2200 block of Fourth Street and asked them if he could practice a massage technique with them behind a nearby Dumpster so
The lawyers entered the fray last week in an ongoing federal lawsuit challenging Contra Costa's policy of locking up youths with disabilities in solitary confinement for up to 23 hours a day -- in some cases for months -- in a 12-by-12-foot cell --