A white nationalist pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct after a viral video showed him physically harassing a protester at a Trump rally.
A home health care nurse accused of Medicaid fraud in southwest Missouri has pleaded guilty. The Joplin Globe (http://bit.ly/2tKCf1T ) reports that 39-year-old Stacia Smith pleaded guilty in Vernon County … Click to Continue »
A New Jersey trucking company owner has pleaded guilty in a tax evasion scheme. Fifty-four-year-old Giacomo Giorlando, of Morganville, pleaded guilty to three counts of tax evasion and one count … Click to Continue »
Mortgage Fraud Blog. Pierre Chainey, 42, Tabernacle, New Jersey, was sentenced to 54 months in prison for his role in a mortgage fraud scheme that caused $2.7 million in losses. Chainey previously pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Noel L. Show More Summary
SANTA ANA – A 36-year-old pimp pleaded guilty to raping a 15-year-old prostitute, as well as human trafficking of more than a half-dozen victims, and was immediately sentenced to more than 31 years in prison, an Orange County prosecutor said Wednesday, July 19. Ariel Guizar accepted a plea deal Tuesday, admitting 17 felony counts covering […]
IRVINE – A 28-year-old Stanton woman is facing charges of stealing at least two dozen credit cards and racking up about $165,000 in purchases over seven months, according to court records obtained today. Dahye Kim pleaded not guilty Monday to more than 50 felony identity-theft-related charges with multiple sentencing enhancements for property damage exceeding $65,000 […]
Matthew Heimbach, 26, entered an Alford plea, which enables him to maintain innocence while acknowledging that there's sufficient evidence to convince a jury he's guilty of second-degree disorderly conduct, media outlets reported. When he ruled in April that the suit can proceed, Judge David J. Show More Summary
A former Mississippi mayor has pleaded guilty to stealing tax money to pave his mother's driveway, and the prosecutor says he will ask for at least a year in prison. … Click to Continue »
(AP) — A white nationalist has been fined, ordered to attend anger management classes and given a suspended jail sentence, resolving allegations that he physically harassed a woman who protested at a Donald Trump rally in LouisvilleShow More Summary
A white nationalist has been fined, ordered to attend anger management classes and given a suspended jail sentence, resolving allegations that he physically harassed a woman who protested at a … Click to Continue »
Derek Fisher has pled not guilty to DUI charges stemming from his arrest in June... TMZ Sports has learned. As we previously reported, the ex-NBA star was hit with two DUI charges after getting into a bad wreck on the 101 freeway in L.A. with…
A man was sentenced to 16 years in jail Friday after pleading guilty to stealing, torturing and murdering more than a dozen cats in California. Read more...
A Louisiana man identified as the “leader of a white nationalist group” has plead guilty to physically harassing a black protester during a Trump rally in Louisville in 2016. According to Louisiana’s Courier-Journal newspaper, 26-year-old Matthew Heimbach, who chairs the...
Former Nets player and assistant coach Doug Overton pleaded guilty on Wednesday to three counts of disorderly conduct.
A woman with a record of trying to illegally enter the White House grounds has pleaded guilty to a similar offense. Alicia Keppler of Spartanburg, South Carolina, pleaded guilty Tuesday … Click to Continue »
Doug Overton, arrested in April for allegedly exposing himself on a trail, pleaded guilty to three counts of disorderly conduct.
A man admitted killing 19 people, including his parents and three children, when he went on trial in southwest China on Wednesday, the court said. After returning to his home village in Yunnan province on September 28 last year, Yang...Show More Summary
The 21-year-old also wanted to commit an attack for what he called the "Islamic State of North Carolina."
Protesters arrested after spending three days camped out in Sen. Cory Gardner's Denver office, demanding that he pledge to oppose the GOP's health care plan, have pleaded not guilty. The … Click to Continue »
Mr. Hastert, who pleaded guilty in 2015 to financial crimes tied to a sex abuse cover-up, will serve the rest of his sentence in a halfway house.