The boyfriend of a Connecticut college student surrendered to police Saturday to face murder charges after her remains were found in a wooded area in Trumbull.
20-year-old Eastern Connecticut State University sophomore Alyssiah Wiley had been missing since April 20. K-9 units discovered remains off Quarry Road in Trumbull on Saturday morning, and they were identified as Wiley's using DNA.
A British teen suspected of a probation violation was arrested after allegedly taunting police who posted his mugshot on Facebook.
Greater Manchester Police were searching for 19-year-old Sam Greenwood for allegedly violating the terms of his release from jail following an earlier conviction. They posted Greenwood's mugshot on their Facebook page in an appeal for the public's help tracking him down.
A Florida man is accused of cutting another man with a knife and throwing his moped from a boat ramp during a dispute over a woman.
According to the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office, the victim told deputies he had gotten in a fight with a man he knew only as “Worm” over a woman they had both dated. The victim said he was on his boat in Boca Chica Channel Saturday when Worm passed by in a dinghy yelling profanities, the Sun-Sentinel reported.
Jodi Arias may have testified for 18 days, tweeted throughout her trial, and spoke out to the media in a tell-all interview just minutes after being convicted of first-degree murder, but that’s not the last we will hear from the convicted murderer, HLN's Nancy Grace predicts.
“I predict Jodi Arias will take the stand during the penalty phase, in fact, I strongly predict it,” Grace said Wednesday.
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Jodi Arias to Take Stand
Jodi Arias’ last words: After key witnesses for Arias’ defense make a last-minute bail out & the defense team begs to be let off the case, Arias is now left to take the stand and vouch for herself. It’s Jodi Arias’ last chance to sway the jury, but what will she say to the 12 men & women deciding her fate? Will it be a last request to spare her life—or will Arias hold true to her words in the post-conviction interview and plead for death instead?