A 38-year-old Ohio man had a hard time concealing his misdeeds, when, say authorities, his 13-year-old victim became pregnant with his child.
Prosecutors in Ohio say the man seen in a video whipping his daughters with an electrical cord is not the same man they’ve arrested for whipping his daughters with an electrical cord. This highlights the disturbing prevalence of the use of wires and cables as child abuse tools.
Before he died of complications from his gunshot wounds and paralysis, David Chandler, 35, used the only method of communication he had left–blinking–to identify his shooter.
The Amish convicted in beard-cutting hate crimes against other Amish, are fighting their sentence, saying that their incarceration in separate facilities around the country is an unfair burden on their families, and amounts to cruel and unusual punishment, a violation of their constitutional rights.
The courtroom saga of the teen boy and his deranged mentor who posted job ads and killed the respondents has drawn to a close. The boy, Brogan Rafferty, now 18, was sentenced to life without parole. The older man in the scheme, Richard Beasley, has been sentenced to death.
The Ohio parole board is faced with a gruesome case: a man who sexually assaulted his girlfriend’s 6-month-old daughter so brutally that she died claims he didn’t intend to kill her but was too drunk to realize she was dying.
In a rare case of siblings working together, brothers Gary and Thaddeus Lewingdon teamed up and murdered ten people between 1977 and 1978 in the state of Ohio.
It didn’t take long for an Ohio jury to convict Richard Beasley of the charges against him, including aggravated murder and murder. The next step for the same jury panel will be to decide whether to recommend the death penalty for the 54-year-old man.
Witness Vanessa Gay testifies during serial killer Anthony Sowell’s trial about partying in his house, being violently and repeatedly raped at his hands and seeing a headless body in the house.
In November, 17-year-old Brogan Rafferty was sentenced to life without parole for his part in three murders and one attempted murder. Now it’s time for an Ohio jury to decide the fate of the man Rafferty’s attorneys argued was the mastermind behind the killings. Jury deliberations began Monday evening.