Photo: Actress Julie Newmar as Catwoman.
Robert Ouriel, 48, of West Los Angeles, was charged with grand theft and scheduled to be arraigned Thursday. Police say Ouriel, an aquaintance of Newmar's, tried to sell the stolen gems on the online auction site, eBay.
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NEW YORK (CBS/AP) A scam artist opened fire on police in busy Times Square on Thursday afternoon and was shot and killed by an officer near the famed Marriott Marquis hotel, police said.
Photo: A bullet hole in a shattered souvenir shop window in the garage of the Marriot Marquis Hotel in Times Square.
Photo: Michael Lane in a mug shot.
Las Vegas police said Tuesday that they tracked the British citizen, who also goes by the name "Chae Saville," to a motel in Ventura, Calif., and arrested him Thursday, December 3.
But Massachusetts resident Joshua Linhares probably doesn't watch much nature channel. Police say he deliberately drove at the animals, killing the mother duck and narrowly missing her 12 ducklings in a Dartmouth mall parking lot last June.
It took jurors in New Bedford District court all of 15 minutes to decide how they felt about it. They convicted Linhares of animal cruelty.
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On Thursday, Crimesider asked Marge Feinberg, a spokesperson for the New York City Department of Education, to confirm the investigations of all three teachers.
Photo: Diane Schuler, husband Daniel Schuler and children, Erin, 2, who was killed in the crash, and Brian, 5, who survived.
The lawsuit by the family of victims Michael and Guy Bastardi targets the estate of Diane Schuler, the 36-year-old Long Island mother who was blamed for the July 26 crash. It will be filed Thursday in White Plains, Michael Bastardi Jr., son and brother of the victims, said Wednesday night.
Hamilton, 20, fired two shots at mathematics professor Tatyana Kravchuk, but was unable to continue after his gun jammed, Prince William County police Maj. Ray Colgan said. The professor was able to duck behind a desk and was not hit. No one was injured.
"Probably what prevented a further tragedy was that the gun jammed," Colgan said.
Buchanan was sought on a 2007 indictment on charges of staging the theft of her Range Rover in order to collect the insurance. She pleaded guilty to one charge of insurance fraud on Monday and faces three months probation.
Paul Loriquet of the Essex County Prosecutor's Office told The Newark Star-Ledger that the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services office in Atlanta was unaware of the 39-year-old's status even after Buchanan was arrested in July during a traffic stop in which police noticed the warrant.