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    Boyton Beach Police arrested 66-year-old Roberto Colon for first-degree murder Friday in the death of his wife, Mary Stella Gomez-Mullet, who went missing on Feb. 20.  Officers originally searched Colon's property on Feb. 21 after a friend told them that she was on the phone with Gomez-Mullet just days before she went missing and it sounded like someone attacked her, WPEC reports.  As detectives were leaving Colon's home that day, he reportedly shouted at them that his wife was "swimming with the fishes" and they needed to "find the body, find the body," according to the local news station.  MAN WHO KILLED WIFE AND WOUNDED DALLAS COPS WAS VIOLENT SEX OFFENDER Roberto Colon, 66, is being held at the Palm Beach county jail on one charge of first-degree murder and two marijuana charges. He is accused of killing his wife.  (Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office) Police found human remains at Colon's property...
    More On: shootings Man clings to life, another injured in Manhattan deli shootings Lady Gaga dog walker speaks out in first social media post since shooting Argument over face mask led to killing of Tulane University officer: cops Lady Gaga’s dogs were found tied to pole in alley by a good Samaritan A Colorado mom was fatally shot in the head while sitting in her Land Rover SUV — and two teenagers have been charged with murder in connection to the reportedly unprovoked attack. Pamela Cabriales was sitting in her Land Rover on West Colfax and I-25 about 10:45 p.m. on Feb. 20 when a person standing next to a Honda sedan fired a gun six times into her SUV before taking off, the Denver Post reported. Cabriales, 32, was rushed to Denver Health Medical Center in “extremely critical” condition, according to a probable cause statement. The mother...
    A man who killed his two wives years apart was finally convicted and sentenced to life in prison after the exhumation of his first partner's body revealed clues that she was murdered following her mysterious death.  The premiere of the Oxygen network's new true-crime series Exhumed revisited the murders of Diana Kelley and Christy Kelley, who died three years apart in the small town of Joplin, Missouri, in the early 1990s.  Suspiciously, they were both married to Doyle Kelley at the time of their deaths, leading detectives to exhume Diana's body looking for answers.  Scroll down for video   True crime: The murders of Doyle Kelley's first wife, Diana Kelley (left), and second wife, Christy Kelley (right), were revisited on the premiere of the new true-crime series Exhumed Terrible crimes: Doyle murdered his estranged wives three years apart and almost got away with Diana's death  Diana, 24, was found dead in the...
    EMMERDALE fans have demanded Graham Foster is brought back from the dead on the first anniversary of his murder. The former right hand man of Kim Tate - who was played by actor Andrew Scarborough in the ITV soap - was remembered in tonight’s episode by his partner Rhona and Kim. For more news, gossip and spoilers follow our soaps live blog... 1Graham Foster was remembered in tonight's episodeCredit: ITV Kim was struggling with her emotions on the anniversary of Graham being murdered by Pierce Harris. She let rip at Mackenzie Boyd before picking a fight with lover Will Taylor. When he asked what was wrong, she bit his head off and told him: “Well don’t think, that way neither of us will be disappointed, will we? Close the door on your way out.” Later, spotting Kim with flowers for Graham’s grave, Rhona told her she knew what day it...
    We have had to wait almost two years to see the new of ‘La Cante’, one of the revelation series of Spanish Television. This time, the plot is located in a different location: Tramuntana, a town in the Majorcan mountains that hides much more than what may appear at first glance. An anonymous person murders Bernat Cervera, one of the most beloved men of the place. At the head of this second season is Agustín Martínez (author of the novel « Monteperdido »), leading the script team formed by Miguel Sáez Carral, Jorge Díaz and Antonio Mercero. Sara Campos (Megan Montaner) with a group of young people From the first minutes of the chapter, that premieres on Wednesday, January 13 In La 1, the viewer discovers in the first person what happens and, most importantly, how this homicide is carried out at the hands of someone who hides their identity, but evokes...
    Unable to walk and in constant pain, Samuel Little, America's most prolific killer, died a pathetic creature alone apart from the guards who constantly watched over him. Little, who authorities believe killed 93 people over an unrelenting 34-year period died in a California hospital on Wednesday He was 80. The one good thing about being in the hospital — he was away from the place he hated most, the prison in the high desert town of Lancaster, California, that he had tried to do anything to get out of. The only reason that Little gave for his decision to tell all about his decades-long murder spree was that he would do it in return for a move from the California State Prison, Los Angeles County. The FBI played along as he spilled the beans about how he killed and killed and killed again. But the transfer never came and less...
    ^ Keep Westword Free Support Us I Support Local Community Journalism Support the independent voice of Denver and help keep the future of Westword free. Support Us Many of the big political stories in the state spilled over into Denver...and vice versa. From the Colorado State Capitol on May 28, lawmakers watched the first demonstration over the murder of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis polis just days before. But dissension in this city didn't just focus on racist law enforcement; residents also debated what to do with homelessness, whether the mayor had too much power...and whether a former mayor should be honored with a neighborhood named after him. Politics became very personal this year. Related Stories The Ten Biggest Colorado Political Stories of 2020 Our Ten Most Popular News Stories of 2020 Denver Monitor Report Critical of Police Actions During Racial-Justice Protests ...
    When scientists in Washington state destroyed the first nest of so-called murder hornets found in the U.S., they discovered about 500 live specimens in various stages of development, officials said Tuesday. Among them were nearly 200 queens that had the potential to start their own nests, said Sven-Erik Spichiger, an entomologist leading the fight to kill the hornets. "We got there just in the nick of time," he said. Still, that didn't end the threat from the giant insects that can deliver painful though rarely deadly stings to people and wipe out entire hives of honey bees. "Murder hornets" in America: What you need to know 64 photos Scientists think other nests already exist and say it's impossible to know if any queens escaped before the first nest was destroyed. Get Breaking News Delivered to Your Inbox The Asian giant hornet, Vespa mandarinia, is the world's largest hornet species. They...
    THE first “murder hornet” nest found in Washington state had five hundred of the killer insects – with almost 200 queens – living inside of it. The nest of Asian giant hornets, which was found in Whatcom County in October, was said to be the size of a basketball, and was located in a tree. 9An Asian giant hornet nest was found in Whatcom County, Washington, last monthCredit: AP:Associated Press 9Experts are seen here in protective suits wrapping a tree in plastic after working to eradicate a nest inside of Asian giant hornets last month in BlaineCredit: AP:Associated Press State agriculture officials said on Tuesday that roughly 500 specimens in “various stages of development” were discovered inside the nest. Close to 200 queen hornets were found, entomologist Sven-Erik Spichiger said, adding that 76 were “grown virgins, which have the potential to leave, mate and then start their own nests.” “It...
    In August, the Weld County District Attorney's Office revealed that a grand jury "has accepted the investigation into the death of Jonelle Matthews," a twelve-year-old who vanished from her Greeley home in late 1984 — although her remains weren't found in a rural Weld County field until 2019. Attention immediately turned to Steven Pankey, who had been named a person of interest in the case by the Greeley Police Department. Pankey was a resident of Idaho, and a prominent one, having twice run for governor of that state, in 2014 and 2018. Now, the 69-year-old Pankey has been formally indicted on five counts related to Matthews' death: murder in the first degree after deliberation, murder in the first degree/felony murder, second-degree kidnapping and two crime of violence charges.Related Stories Jonelle Matthews Death With Bizarre Tie to Politician Goes to Grand Jury Ex-Denver DA Using Familial DNA to Heat Up Cold...
    The fatal shooting of Lee Keltner and the arrest of Matthew Dolloff on suspicion of first-degree murder following dueling demonstrations at Civic Center Park on October 10, has put 9News in the sort of awkward position broadcast outlets seek to avoid: being the story rather than covering it. The station had contracted with Dolloff to provide security for a crew assigned to the afternoon events: a so-called Patriot Muster involving ultra-conservative, pro-police forces and a BLM-Antifa soup drive scheduled around the same time as a way of countering the other group's messaging. Soon after Dolloff's arrest, the city reported that he was not licensed as a security guard in Denver; now, 9News says that its employees had no idea he was packing heat. The station has also released two new videos, including one showing an argument between Keltner and a Black Lives Matter protester in the moments before the shooting.Related...
    The headline of our preview of a so-called Patriot Muster and a BLM-Antifa Soup Drive scheduled for around the same time at Civic Center Park on Saturday, October 10, asked, "Recipe for Chaos?" Unfortunately, the answer to that question was an emphatic "yes." But the tragic end to the events — a fatal shooting, for which thirty-year-old Matthew Dolloff is being held on suspicion of first-degree murder — took an unpredictable turn. After all, Dolloff wasn't with either of the main groups holding demonstrations. Rather, he was a security guard hired by 9News to protect its employees at demonstrations, captured by a Denver Post shutterbug as he reportedly opened fire at a man who'd just unleashed a chemical agent. This Post scoop wound up being sullied by what appears to be an unforced error: The paper initially reported that Dolloff was an Antifa member — an assertion that it subsequently retracted by way...
    The family of murdered NBA star Lorenzen Wright is speaking out to ABC a year after the basketball player's wife confessed to orchestrating his shooting death.  The body of Lorenzen, a former Power Forward for the Los Angles Clippers, was found riddled with bullet wounds in a marshy field in Memphis on July 28, 2010 and the case remained cold for nearly a decade. His wife Sherra Wright, who cashed in a $1million life insurance policy on his name,  made a surprise confession to his murder last year. The couple had just finalized their divorce weeks before his death.  Now in a new episode of ABC's 20/20 airing Friday night, Lorenzen's mother Deborah Marion says Sherra was after his money since day one.  The body of Lorenzen Wright, a former Power Forward for the Los Angles Clippers, was found riddled with bullet wounds in a marshy field in Memphis...
    The attorneys representing Kenosha gunman Kyle Rittenhouse have announced they will be establishing a legal defense fund for the teen who is facing multiple charges for killing two protesters on Tuesday.  The Kenosha County District Attorney's office on Thursday formally charged the 17-year-old from Illinois in the fatal shooting of two men and the wounding of a third during a night of Jacob Blake demonstrations in the city.   The charges include one count of first-degree intentional homicide; one count of first-degree reckless homicide; one count of attempted first-degree intentional homicide; two counts of first-degree reckless endangerment.  Rittenhouse would face a mandatory life sentence if convicted of first-degree intentional homicide, the most serious crime in Wisconsin.  He was assigned a public defender in Illinois for a hearing Friday upon his extradition to Wisconsin, where anyone 17 or older is treated as an adult in the criminal justice system.  Kyle Rittenhouse,...
    DARRIUS Sessoms, who allegedly shot five-year-old Cannon Hinnant in the head, has been arrested and charged with first-degree murder. Cops believe the 25-year-old North Carolina man senselessly killed the young boy after the child rode his bike onto Sessom's property. 7Darrius Sessoms Sessoms and Hinnant's father had been neighbors for eight years before the incident. Who is Darrius Sessoms? Darrius Sessoms is a North Carolina native who is accused of shooting five-year-old Cannon Hinnant at point blank range while he played in his father's front yard. The 25-year-old man has a troubled past with the law. 7Sessoms murdered Cannon HinnantCredit: GoFundMe Sessoms was convicted in March 2016 of felony larceny of firearms, per The Wilson Times. In April 2016, he was convicted of misdemeanor maintaining a place for a controlled substance, and felony marijuana possession in November 2016. What happened to Cannon Hinnant? Cannon was playing as his two sisters watched on...
    The first recipient of a partial face transplant in the United States has died at the age of 57, a doctor who worked on her 2008 surgery confirmed on Thursday.  Dr. Frank Papay, chair of the Cleveland Clinic's Dermatology and Plastic Surgery Institute, did not list Connie Culp's cause of death in his statement. Dr. Papay had been on the woman's surgery team in 2008 and had been in charge of her care since, WKYC reports. Connie Culp, the woman who was the first face transplant in the U.S., has died at the age of 57 Scripps Media, Inc. Privacy Policy RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Los Angeles considers PAYING residents who have tested... They'll be sleeping with the fishes! Goodfellas star Joe... Share this article Share 'Connie was an incredibly brave, vibrant woman and an inspiration to many....
    The secret lover of notorious mobster Meyer Lansky has revealed details of her 12-year affair with kingpin for the first time, describing him ‘gentle soul’ who could be ‘moved to tears by life’s injustices’ in spite of his infamous criminal exploits. Lansky was one of the wealthiest and most feared mobsters in America for more than four decades, ruthlessly controlling and investing the mafia’s sordidly-sourced funds amassed from loan-sharking, robberies and murder. Known as the ‘Mob’s Accountant’, Lansky also co-founded Murder Inc. in the 1930s, a contract-killing syndicate responsible for some 1,000 whackings across the country. But to Zali de Toledo, the Mafioso was a caring, tender lover 40 years her senior, with whom she shared a years-long affair that she's disclosing for the first time in her new book, My Secret Life with Meyer Lansky, the Financial Genius Behind the Mafia. 'The man I got to know was completely...
    The first of the four officers to indicate how he intends to plea in the killing of George Floyd will plead not guilty to all charges, DailyMail.com can reveal.  J Alexander Kueng stated his intentions in a court filing seen by DailyMail.com.  The papers filed by attorney Thomas Plunkett state that the ex-cop intends to plead not guilty and use the defenses of self defense, justifiable force and authorized use of force. It was filed just a few hours after he and his fellow defendants officers appeared in Hennepin County District Court for a pretrial hearing.     J Alexander Kueng stated his intentions to plead not guilty and use the defenses of self defense, justifiable force and authorized use of force  The papers filed by attorney Thomas Plunkett state that the ex-cop intends to plead not guilty and use the defenses of self defense, justifiable force and authorized use of...
    The family of George Floyd called Friday for ex-cop Derek Chauvin to be charged with first-degree murder instead of third-degree murder in the “brutal killing” of Mr. Floyd in Minneapolis. Ben Crump, attorney for the Floyd family, released a statement calling the arrest of the former Minneapolis police officer “a welcome but overdue step on the road to justice.” “We expected a first-degree murder charge. We want a first-degree murder charge,” said the statement. “And we want to see the other officers arrested. We call on authorities to revise the charges to reflect the true culpability of this officer.” TOP STORIES Coronavirus hype biggest political hoax in history Asphyxiation not the cause of George Floyds death: Autopsy Chicago mayor to Trump: F ... U Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman on Friday charged Mr. Chauvin, 44, with third-degree murder and manslaughter for kneeling on Mr. Floyd’s neck for more than...
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