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SOUTH BEND — A judge Tuesday ordered a man charged with raping a woman in a drug store restroom to give investigators his DNA. Defendant Robert Kemp, dressed in an orange jail suit, his wrists cuffed to a chain around his waist, told St. Joseph...
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SOUTH BEND -- A 20-year-old man pleaded guilty Monday to reckless homicide in the 2009 shooting death of Phillip Bell, meaning five people have now admitted involvement in the shooting. Sean Lottie, of South Bend, pleaded guilty to the Class C felony...
LAPORTE — A judge admonished a LaPorte man for his young daughter losing her teeth from exposure to a meth lab before giving him a 15-year sentence Friday. Before sentencing, Phillip Dalton, when asked if he had anything to say, told the judge, ''...
SOUTH BEND — A judge today sentenced one of three defendants charged in the brutal beating of an elderly Clay Township man to 40 years in prison. After pleading guilty last month to Class A felony robbery causing serious bodily injury, Howard...
CASSOPOLIS — A Dowagiac man’s cooperation with authorities paid off Friday in Cass County Circuit Court. Instead of receiving a minimum three-year prison term as recommended under sentencing guidelines, Nathan Buskirk, 21, received two years...
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DETROIT (AP) — An eight-year prison sentence for an illegal immigrant has been overturned again after a federal judge in Michigan, partly concerned about cost, did not allow the man to appear in court and speak. It is the second time that U.S....
Tags: Justice System, Politics, Crime, Law and Justice, Judges, Crimes
NILES — A Niles man will be spending the next 14 years in prison for sexually assaulting a young woman at Riverfront Park in Niles last fall. Mark Douglas Weiss, 58, of Broadway in Niles, was sentenced Monday in Berrien County Trial Court for...
CASSOPOLIS — A Dowagiac man was told he has to get a handle on his alcohol problem after being sentenced Friday for what prosecutors called a "heinous crime" and "unconscionable act" of vandalizing a local church. Chad Reschke, 20, of North Mill...
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Channel 2 NewsAn important ruling was made Monday in the trial of several Yupik fishermen charged with defying a fishing closure last summer. Defendants had argued they had the right to fish last summer based on religious grounds. While the judge in the case agreed...
Channel 2 NewsA federal judge denied bail for the man accused of killing two men at Coast Guard communications station (COMMSTA) on Kodiak Island. James Wells, shackled in a yellow jail uniform and a long gray beard, appeared Monday afternoon in the federal courthouse...
The father of a slain witness called Orange County's home-confinement program "disgusting and a disgrace" after officials suspended employees responsible for monitoring the man suspected of killing his son. Rafael Zaldivar's 19-year-old son Alex was...
Robert Zimmerman, father of murder defendant George Zimmerman, is complaining about a state audio expert who reported hearing George Zimmerman make righteous statements during a call to police just before he shot Trayvon Martin. "It now appears the...
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