Articles Tagged with criminal-defense

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In North Carolina, a man’s wife allegedly maimed her husband when she reportedly used a sharp garden tool to chop off his penis.

On September 10, 56-year-old Victoria Frabutt and her 61-year-old husband reportedly spent the morning creating a savage and life-changing memory.

Victoria, who allegedly appeared to have the impression that her husband should be seen a “message for sinning against God and fornication,” reportedly tied up the man and retrieved a pair of gardening shears intended for clipping rose bushes.

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A man in Oregon was arrested for allegedly robbing several bottle drops in different locations across the state in order to purportedly spend the money on a Hummer and trips to the casino.

On September 5, a man was arrested and accused of a series of robberies of recycling bottle drop machines that the authorities believe began about 5 months ago.

The suspect, 34-year-old Brett McQuiston, was reportedly identified around midnight after being seen by a security guard patrolling a Beaverton bottle drop facility just outside of Portland. The security guard reported that someone wearing a ski mask, purportedly to hide their appearance, was holding a crowbar and acting suspiciously near the machine.

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A Sylmar man has been arrested after allegedly issuing a fake story to the police claiming that he had information about a mass shooting that would take place at the Los Angeles County Fair on Saturday.

Just before 3:00 pm on Friday, the Pomona Police Department was notified by Fairplex, where the Los Angeles County Fair is currently taking place, and told of an email they reportedly received from someone who said they had been made aware that a mass shooting would occur at the fair on Sunday.

In a matter of hours, the Pomona police and the FBI worked together and identified three people who could be possible suspects that they believed may have been responsible for sending the email warning to the Fairplex.

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The girlfriend of a man who was arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence was also charged for DUI when she allegedly showed up at the police station while intoxicated.

Last Thursday, 30-year-old Kristen Lee-Ann Robbins learned that her boyfriend had been incarcerated at the Chambersburg Police Department for an alleged DUI offense.

The woman headed to the police station to pick up her companion, and when she entered the building it was reported that officers got the impression that Robbins had been drinking before she arrived.

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An off-duty Memphis sergeant was accused of driving under the influence after he allegedly crashed his vehicle into a structure outside of a liquor store.

62-year-old Sergeant Thomas Berryhill has worked with the Memphis Police Department for 26 years.

On Saturday afternoon, Berryhill was reportedly involved in a single-vehicle crash while he was off-duty involving his car and a column outside of a liquor store in East Memphis.

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A New York delivery driver allegedly stole $90,000 worth of luxury baked goods and sold them to unauthorized resellers at a lower-than-list-price on the black market.

32-year-old David Lliviganay started working as a delivery driver for the Lady M Confections headquarters in Long Island in 2017.

According to the Lady M Confections website, their signature crepe cakes “feature(s) no less than twenty paper-thin handmade crêpes layered with ethereal light pastry cream,” and they are priced at $90 each.

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When a woman found her wife sleeping on the side of the bed that she favors, she allegedly attacked her significant other for the infraction.

33-year-old Ashley Crampton and her wife of three-years were staying in a room at the Budget Inn in Clearwater, Florida, last weekend.

When she spotted her woman asleep on the side of the bed where she typically slumbers Crampton allegedly responded by using her feet to quite literally kick her spouse off of the mattress and onto the floor.

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The long-term meteorologist at an Ohio CBS news station has been accused of possessing child pornography that he has allegedly been collecting for several years.

60-year-old Mike Davis, the Chief Meteorologist with WBNS-TV, has been employed with the news channel for just over 30 years.

A couple of weeks ago, the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICACTF) was given information regarding pornography depicting youngsters that Davis allegedly had in his possession.

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A Florida man who was convicted of attempted murder was in court for sentencing when he reportedly turned on the prosecuting Assistant State Attorney and unexpectedly doused him with a urine-filled container.

In 2017, 28-year-old Albert Narvaez was accused of attempted first-degree murder with a firearm for pointing a gun in his fleeing girlfriend’s direction and unloading five or six rounds from a gun while she was running away. None of the bullets made contact with the woman, but Narvaez was charged and tried for the allegations.

After his trial was complete, Narvaez was found guilty of the charges and he was set to appear in Broward Circuit Judge Susan Alspector’s courtroom on Wednesday to receive his sentence.

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A 15-year-old girl spoke with the authorities and made allegations that she has been experiencing years of agonizing torment at home, and her parents have been charged for the reportedly despicable acts.

Utah couple Kimberly Marie Tutt and her husband Trev Jordan Tutt live in Ogden with their three daughters.

Recently, their 15-year-old alerted the police about how she was allegedly being treated by her mother and father at home. The girl, who the authorities believed appeared as if she was too small for her age, stated that she was punished by her parents in cruel ways, such as restricting her food intake and forcing her to go days at a time without water. The girl said she was regularly chained to the underside of her bed, and that the abuse had been going on since she was in 7th grade.