Photo: Paula Sladewski and Kevin Klym.
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Photo: Chris Crego.
Crego was arrested for assault in the fall of 2009 stemming from a bar fight in Lockport, NY, a little north of Buffalo. Crego pled guilty, but didn't show for sentencing. Police issued a warrant for his arrest but he'd already left the state.
Photo: James Arthur Ray.
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In the 1970s and 80s, the FBI ran a wide sting operation to catch federal lawmakers who the government believed could be bought. The scheme, called Abscam, tried to catch government officials accepting bribes in return for political favors to a non-existent sheik.
Murtha was videotaped turning down a $50,000 bribe while holding out the possibility that he might take money in the future, according to the Associated Press.
Photo: Actor Charlie Sheen.
Still, the couple hugged after the proceeding and left the court together, after the judge modified a protective order in the case.
Sheen, who is facing domestic violence allegations, entered the back of the course house wearing sunglasses and a dark coat. His wife, Brooke Mueller, entered from a side door. Each was accompanied by four people.
Sheen, the star of TV's "Two and a Half Men" was arrested Christmas Day at his Aspen home. His wife had called 911 and later told police that Sheen held her down on the bed, put a knife to her throat and threatened to kill her.
Photo: John Edwards and Rielle Hunter in a Dec. 27, 2006 photo from the National Enquirer.
Superior Court Judge Abraham Penn Jones said that the Orange County, N.C. sheriff has appointed a security firm to help recover the alleged x-rated video and other items.
Photo: Members of the Medical Examiner's Office remove a body from the Peninsula Hotel Friday, Feb. 5, 2010 in New York.
On Friday, Jordan's young boy, Jude Michael Mirra, was found dead from a drug overdose at the Peninsula Hotel in New York. Jordan was slumped on the floor nearby. She has since been charged with his death.
Pregnant Mom Dorothy Dixon Beaten, Boiled, Used as Target Practice While Captors Collected Her Money
Illinois police say Michelle Riley and her cohorts subjected Dorothy Dixon, a mentally disabled woman who was five months pregnant, to unspeakable horrors including beatings, burnings and using her for target practice, while keeping her as a human slave and pocketing her disability checks until she died.
Photo: Murder victim Dorothy Dixon.
Riley was sentenced Friday to 45 years in prison, which was the maximum allowed in a deal reached between defense and prosecutors. Riley's attorney argued for a 30-year sentence, saying she did not act alone.
Police say the victims, a man and two women, are all local residents. Their names were not released.
The shooting occurred at approximately 12 a.m. Monday at the intersection of Iberville and Bourbon Streets.