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Recent Posts in Violent Crimes Category

Man Gets 90 Days for Kicking Cat

A judge this week sentenced Percy Love, 22, of Chicago to 90 days in Cook County Jail after finding him guilty of misdemeanor animal cruelty for kicking a cat, he has credit for 37 days already ...
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Police Break Up Brawl at NC Church

Police broke up a brawl at a North Carolina church which erupted over a dispute about the leadership. If an incident like this has happened to you and an individual is wanting to prosecute then you ...
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7 Teens Arrested For Kidnapping and Assault

Seven high school kids in Philadelphia were arrested for kidnapping and assaulting a 14 year old. The victim had been hung from a fence post. Anytime juveniles are charged with these serious types of ...
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Man Convicted in 1988 Torture and Murder in Sunset Beach

Paul Gentile Smith was convicted earlier this month in Orange County Superior Court of the 1988 torture and murder of a friend at the victim's Sunset Beach home. Smith was found guilty of one count of ...
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