Story 1 Las Vegas, NV--Vegas cop’s gun linked to robbery. Monday night, Officer Frank Fromanski shot and killed Julia Reed, a cocktail waitress during a robbery at Best Bargain Grocery according to the Las Vegas Crime Scene Investigation team. It was said that there were three gunmen at the time of the crime but according to investigator Warrick Brown, “There's no evidence of a third gunmen. The bullet that killed the cocktail waitress, it came from Fromansky's gun.” Officer Fromanski claimed that he had shot four times at a third gunman though. According to Fromanski, he was going to check on his partner when he shot at someone he claimed was a gunman.
“It was his plan to die,” says Kinkel’s sister, “He was going to wait for the police to shoot him on scene” (Mobley, 2004). Kinkel waived the insanity plea and was convicted of four counts of murder and 26 counts of attempted murder; he was sentenced to 111 years and eight months in incarceration. The police searched his house and discovered a collection of weapons and books about making bombs. Kip was found to be fascinated
RIVERSIDE: Fugitive shot to death by police | FRANK BELLINO/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Riverside Police Officer put up barricades to cover the body of a man that was shot and killed by police on the 5600 Block of Harold Street in Riverside, Feb.18, 2012. 1 | of | 3 | | | | BY BRIAN ROKOS STAFF WRITER email@example.com Published: 18 February 2012 04:15 PM A Text Size A man wanted on a felony arrest warrant who told a friend he would rather die than return to jail was shot to death Saturday when, Riverside police Chief Sergio Diaz said, he pulled a gun on officers who were trying to arrest him. The man’s mother, Gramercy Place resident Lorie Rivera, identified him as Danny James Bond, 38. His driver’s license lists him as a San Bernardino
Craig Price (also known as the Warwick Slasher, born August 1974) is a serial killer from Warwick, Rhode Island. He was arrested in 1989 for four murders committed in his neighborhood: A woman and her two daughters that year, and the murder of another woman two years prior.  He had a previous criminal record for petty theft.  After he was discovered, Price calmly confessed to his crimes.  Arrested a month before his 16th birthday, he was tried and convicted as a minor.
His three sons plotted to break him and his cellmate, Randy Greenawalt, out of prison. On July 30, 1978, the sons entered the prison for a visit, taking advantage of a policy that allowed an informal picnic setting for weekend family visits, carrying an ice chest packed with revolvers and sawed-off shotguns.  One of them aimed a sawed-off shotgun at a lobby guard. Greenawalt helped in the escape by cutting off telephones and alarm systems.  They escaped in Donald Tison's 1969 Lincoln Continental, but the next day, one of the Lincoln's tires blew out on a stretch of road not far from the California border, near Quartzsite.
Neighbors reported that at some time before commiting the crimes that placed him on the Most Wanted list, Diggs began drinking and he was heard to be arguing with his wife. A newspaper of account of time tells the story like this: At 7 o'clock on the morning of May 26, 1949, James Eddie Diggs shot and killed his wife, Ruth, and their two sons James Jr., 6, and Alfonso, 4, at their home in Norfolk, Va. There were no signs of a struggle and police have been unable to establish a clear motive. However, shortly before the triple killing Diggs began to drink to excess and to seek the company of women. The whereabouts of Diggs were unknown for nearly a week after the slayings, but on May 31, 1949 he was identified as the man who, when the auto in which he was riding was halted at Hamlet, N. C., drew a revolver and critically wounded officer Rex Howell.
They also testified that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev sped in an SUV toward the struggle, ultimately running over his older brother. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has pleaded not guilty to the 30 counts against him, including charges of using a "weapon of mass destruction resulting in death," but his defense attorney has said that he participated in the bombing. Summary: The trial of alleged Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev begins at the John Joseph Moakley Courthouse in South Boston, Massachusetts. During the trial's first day, Tsarnaev's attorneys surprise the court by admitting that he is responsible for the terror attack. Meanwhile, prosecutors show new video footage from the marathon scene and witnesses share their vivid, disturbing memories of that day.
Samantha Smith 4 November 2011 King of Drugs News Head line: A drug dealer in the far south was murdered last week at the Hampton inn at 43rd and prospect. His name was Yeager a 24 year old man left for dead in his hotel room after a fight broke loose over drugs; I suppose you could call it a drug deal gone bad. I’ll tell you a little more about this story. Yeager was selling drugs to this kid named Ghandi about 2-3 times a week he was ripping him off real bad. He bought drugs only through Yeager for a long time cause he didn’t know anyone else.
Assignment Summary * Summary: According to the article “Homeless man commits crime just to go back to prison” the article inserted in the CNN news, May, 2, 2012 by Associated Press describes that the homeless man, who is Brown, 36 years old, decided to get back in the jail where he can have the food, the drink and the shelter by hurling a brick through a glass door at the Columbus courthouse building. He was arrested by the federal authorities and soon indicted by a grand jury on a charge of criminal mischief. They find out that he became homeless after suffering a nervous breakdown and being kicked out of a local shelter; He did not get any helping from the government, and he was struggling with the hunger and the difficulties of
William Petit Jr., was the sole survivor of a vicious attack on his family. Steven J. Hayes and Joshua Komisarjevsky broke into the Petits’ home through a cellar door. They raped, tortured and murdered Dr. Petits’ wife and two daughters with the intent to murder Dr. Petit as well. In this case I think most would agree these two criminals deserve punishment without parole, but I would like to add that both Hayes, and Komisarjevsky were already on parole at the time. Both men had spent many years behind bars, and were incarcerated and paroled multiple times.