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KTLA NewsMORENO VALLEY (KTLA) -- Eight suspected gang members are facing charges in the brutal rape of an 11-year-old girl in a park restroom. The oldest of the suspects, Michael Sykes, 19, was arrested at a Moreno Valley home on Monday. He is charged with rape,...
Tags: KTLA, Crimes, Rape, Juvenile Delinquency, Career and Workplace
Citing alack of living witnesses and suspects, the Jackson County Prosecutor's office finally cleared the Civil Rights-era Leon Jordan murder case. Police re-opened it last year at the urging of Alvin Sykes who pushes authorities to re-open old civil...
The way to approach Texas is from space — you see the United States, the land mass south of everything looms up at the bottom of the country, Oklahoma rushes past, the sky gets dusty, boom, you're in a used-car lot outside Dallas, humid. Texas is so...
Tags: Ellis Island, Punishment, Dallas, Houston, Mexico
J. Paul Getty III, a scion of the Getty oil dynasty whose tragedies — mutilation by kidnappers in the early 1970s and an incapacitating, drug-induced stroke in the 1980s — brought into high relief the dysfunctional relations that beset his...
Tags: Criminals, Crimes, Kidnapping, Italy, Juvenile Delinquency
Zap2ItOne of the themes of FX's "Justified," which premiered its second season last Wednesday is, "Can you go home again?" … perhaps followed by, "The more things change, the more they stay the same." In season one of the drama inspired by characters created...
Web ReporterA Newcastle Lasik eye surgeon was found guilty Thursday for trying to hire a hit man to kill two business associates. Dr. Michael Mockovak is the co-founder of Clearly Lasik. He was found guilty of hiring a hit man to kill business partner Joseph King...
MARSING, Idaho (AP) - For more than a decade, the vast farm fields of rural southwestern Idaho provided Enrico Ponzo the isolation he needed to hide from his past as a former New England mobster accused of trying to whack his boss. He introduced himself...
Tags: Crimes, Assault, Homes, New Jersey, Crime, Law and Justice
KTLA NewsGLENDALE (KTLA) -- Many Armenians in Glendale are fearing a rush to judgment after local and federal authorities instituted a major crackdown on Armenian organized crime Wednesday. Seventy-four members and associates of the Armenian Power syndicate...
Tags: KTLA, California, Elections, Crimes, Corporate Crime
He's an accused Mafia mobster, on the run for 17 years. But now he's behind bars after apparently leading a double life as an Idaho farmer. For at least the last ten years, a man who called himself Jeffrey Shaw lived at a quiet little ranch in...
Tags: Crimes, Homes, Organized Crime, New Jersey, Idaho
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) and other advocates for a congressional resolution recognizing the Armenian Genocide are taking a new tack this year, seeking both a genocide recognition vote and approval of a measure condemning religious discrimination...
Ann Hutchinson Quilter has never been one to pat herself on the back, not even at a luncheon in her honor. Speakers at the Laguna Beach Woman's Club Woman of the Year luncheon heaped praise on Quilter for her accomplishments on behalf of the city. But...
Two local members of the Assembly with Italian heritage took umbrage at comments made Wednesday by Assemblyman Don Wagner (R-Irvine). In skewering the proposal to eliminate the state’s 400-plus redevelopment agencies, Wagner likened the plan to a...
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