Milan resident, 70, allegedly hiring an undercover FBI agent to kill her former son-in-law.
Victim was 44.
The “abductor” demanded $400 in cash or the daughter would be killed.
Suspect: “I need to get on a TV so if I die, at least you know who did it.”
After being socked, the victim, 35, flew backward and slammed his head on the sidewalk, police said.
Waitress required 15 stitches after she was attacked by four women, who also took her tips and skipped out on $62.57 bill.
He and another man planned to ride through Willard; they now face criminal charges.
Man caught on his way to China after downloading confidential files involving autonomous cars.
Authorities reported the actress was “heavily intoxicated”
He told police he “drank a lot in the day but stopped at about 6 p.m.”
Sheriff: “It’s unfortunate because (the father) is a convicted felon and shouldn’t have a gun at all.”
Authorities raid his home and seize evidence allegedly involving child porn.
Victim, who is deaf, says she wants to prosecute and is willing to testify on court.
Authorities say Bryan resident burned 17-month-old girl with a cigarette, stomped and hit her in the face, trampled on her leg and hit her with a flyswatter.
Using the district’s AT&T account, the man ordered iPhones at discounted prices available for employees who were eligible to upgrade their phones.