Trial for shootings at Freeman High moved to October 2020
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — The murder trial for a youth charged with killing one classmate and wounding three others at a high school in Washington state has been pushed back to Oct. 5,...
Deputies seize nearly $2.4 million in fake watches, bags
BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Authorities say they've arrested a man and woman after seizing nearly $2.4 million in counterfeit property at a Florida home.
Teenager pleads not guilty to Washington school shootings
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — A teenager charged with killing one classmate and wounding three others at a Washington state high school in 2017 pleaded not guilty in adult court on Friday.
Judge: Teen charged in school shooting to be tried as adult
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — A 17-year-old who was 15 when he was accused of shooting four classmates in a Washington state school will be tried as an adult, a judge ruled Tuesday.
Judge will decide if school shooting suspect tried as adult
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — A youth charged with shooting four classmates at a high school in Washington state should be tried as an adult because he carefully planned and executed the shootings, the...
Judge plans to fight courthouse rape, sex assault charges
SEATTLE (AP) — A judge in southeastern Washington has been charged with rape and other crimes which authorities say took place in the Asotin County Courthouse, authorities said...
Judge: School shooting suspect comments are admissible
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Incriminating statements to law officers made by a student arrested after four people were shot at a Washington state high school last year will be admissible in upcoming court proceedings, a Spokane County judge ruled Monday.
Superior Court Judge Michael Price made the decision in the case of Caleb Sharpe, 16, who was arrested for the Sept. 13, 2017 death of one classmate and the wounding of three others at Freeman High School.
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — A Spokane County judge has ruled that statements to law officers made by the student arrested for shooting four people at Freeman High School last year are admissible in upcoming court proceedings.
Superior Court Judge Michael Price made the decision Monday in the case of 16-year-old Caleb Sharpe, who was arrested for the death of one classmate and the wounding of three others.
Sharpe, who was 15 at the time, has been in custody since the Sept. 13 shootings.
Indiana-based First Commonwealth Bank approved for merger
Indiana-based First Commonwealth Bank will increase its footprint in Ohio now that it has regulatory approval to merge with Cincinnati-based Foundation Bank.
The merger, including a $58 million cash and stock transaction, was approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Banking and Securities this week.
Alabama inmate accused of shooting officer escapes again
FLORENCE, Ala. (AP) — An Alabama inmate awaiting trial for the attempted murder of a police officer has escaped for the second time this year.
News outlets report Lauderdale County Detention Center administrator Jason Butler says officials discovered around 11 p.m. Saturday that 43-year-old Christopher Wayne Kilpatrick had escaped. Kilpatrick had previous escaped the facility April 8, and was taken into custody again April 15 following a standoff.
Teen accused of shooting 4 classmates faces more charges
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Prosecutors filed 51 new charges Wednesday against a 15-year-old boy accused of fatally shooting a classmate and wounding three others at his rural Washington state high school.
Caleb Sharpe already has been charged with first-degree murder and three counts of attempted first-degree murder in the Sept. 13 shooting at Freeman High School near the tiny town of Rockford. He previously pleaded not guilty.
Rochester Euro U11 team wins at Prior Lake tourney
The Euro Boys U11 team from Rochester won its age bracket at the Prior Lake Fall Finisher tournament. Front row: Cooper Beebee, Oscar Balkins, Owyn Tominello, Jack Broadbent, Aiden Kane and Michael Price. Back row: James Nelson, Gavin Kor, Michael Ruff and Owyn Melnyczenko. Coach is Guilherme Clementino.
Defense rests in triple-murder trail of Donna Perry after calling no witnesses
After calling zero witnesses to the stand, the defense of Donna Perry rested its case Monday in the triple-murder trial that has lasted longer than two weeks.
Defense attorney Bryan Whitaker told Superior Court Judge Michael Price that “after making some considerations on the case” that they didn’t need to call any witnesses of their own, indicating instead that they would rely on cross-examination of the state’s multiple witnesses to introduce reasonable doubt.
Perry trial dominated by 2012 interrogation where transgender suspect denied killing prostitutes
In a 2012 video, Donna R. Perry, dressed in jail garb, sits at the end of an interview table, nursing a cold soda. She runs her fingers through her long, graying hair and waits for what is to be a 2 1/2 hour grilling by detectives trying to convince her to confess to killing three women in 1990.
The video dominated testimony Wednesday in the second week of the triple murder trial before Superior Court Judge Michael Price.
MAYS LANDING, N.J. (AP) — Three volunteers have sued an animal shelter, saying the organization deleted critical remarks they made on its Facebook page and then barred them from commenting.
Anna Strang, DawnMarie Jacoby and Michael Price filed a federal lawsuit on Thursday that alleges the Atlantic County Animal Shelter violated their First Amendment rights, NJ.com reported (http://bit.ly/2nzPHUe).