Fatal stabbing in Bronx housing project

A man was stabbed to death in a Bronx public housing project Friday night, police said. The victim, 37, was found in a first floor stairwell at the Adams Houses about 9 p.m. Friday after someone called 911, police said. The unidentified man was rushed to Lincoln Medical Center with multiple stab wounds, and declared dead, authorities said. It was not immediately clear what led to the fatal stabbing, cops

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Latest bloodbath in Cancun involves 5 bodies stuffed into car

MEXICO CITY — Mexican prosecutors say they are investigating the identity of five men whose bodies were stuffed into a car in the resort city of Cancun. More On: mexico Suspected subway shover in ‘MAGA’ hat blames victim Massive protests after cartel is linked to students dissolved in acid Mexican rapper admits to dissolving students’ bodies in acid ‘Cowboy’ takes down would-be robber The prosecutors’ office in the state of Quintana Roo said the bodies were found early Wednesday but have not

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Man gets 15 years for stabbing a teenager last summer in Paris

A local man will spend the next 15 years in prison after a jury found him guilty of stabbing a teenager last summer. Paul Saldino Bailey Jr., 36, was found guilty of stabbing 19-year-old Auston Mathews last July at Booker T. Washington Homes. “The jury found Bailey was guilty of going to Mathews’ home where a confrontation apparently ensued,” Drake said. “At some point, Mathews thought Bailey was going to strike him. He put his hands up to defend

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Boyfriend charged with killing woman, unborn child

A Kansas man was booked on capital murder charges for the deaths of a pregnant woman who was carrying his unborn son, authorities said. Devonte Dominique Wash, 26, of Kansas City, was ordered held on $5 million bail and scheduled  to make his first court appearance since his arrest for killing Ashley Harlan, 23, who was pregnant when she was found dead inside a home in Olathe on Jan. 30, Johnson County District Attorney Stephen Howe announced Thursday. Harlan was about 20 weeks along in

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Couple accused of keeping girl as domestic slave for 16 years

A Texas couple forced a young West African girl to work as a domestic slave in their home for more than 16 years without pay, federal prosecutors said. Mohamed Toure and his wife, Denise Cros-Toure, both 57, appeared in federal court in Fort Worth on Thursday on charges of forced labor after arranging for the girl — who didn’t speak English — to travel alone from her village in the Republic of Guinea to Southlake in January 2000, according to the Department of Justice. The couple

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Paris Police Department alerts citizens of new phone scam

It’s no surprise that phone scams are on the rise.  The Paris Police Department is warning citizens of a new scam making the rounds in our community. A phone call is coming from an individual claiming to be getting out of the military and is needing help getting home. The scammer is asking for $3,000 for the trip and identifies his rank and name as Col. Thomas. He is not a friend, friend of a friend or family member, but he is looking for a good patriotic supporter of our armed

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Lamar County Sheriff inmate booking report || April 27, 2018

Date Range: Thursday, April 26 – Friday, April 27   ALLEN, BILLY EARL – Assault fam/household member impede breath DEANDA, KRISTI JAYRENE – Criminal trespass JARAL, ANGELA LYNN – Forgery of gov/national inst/money/security (two counts) PHIFER, LORA – Assault family household member w/previous GEORGIEFF, BENJAMIN JACOB – DCC/MTR/Criminal nonsupport HUNTER, JACOB ROSS – Possession of controlled substance PG 1 < 1G

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Paris Police Department arrest report || April 27, 2018

Paris police arrested seven people in the last 24 hour period ending at 6 a.m. today. Cuba, Rodney Tyrone – Park in handicap zone Green, Jerry Louis – Assault causes bodily injury Hunter,Jacob Ross – Possession of controlled substance  PG 1 < 1G Jones, George Alex – Public intoxication Mccann, Marcus John – Aggravated assault with deadly weapon Robles, David Jordan – Fail to display driver’s license; Fail to

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Killer nurse charged with 98th alleged murder ahead of trial

BERLIN — German prosecutors have attributed one more murder to a former nurse accused of killing dozens of patients at two hospitals, bringing to 98 the number of slayings he is expected to face trial for later this year. Niels Hoegel is already serving a life sentence for two murders. He was charged earlier this year with killing 97 more patients over several years at the hospitals in northwestern Germany. His trial is scheduled to open Oct. 30 in Oldenburg. News agency dpa reported

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