A Colorado woman has pleaded guilty in what a Mesa County Sheriff’s Office investigator said is the most severe case of child abuse he’d seen in his 24 years in law enforcement.
Gary Wendale Mincey, 36, attacked five women in Dekalb County, Ga., during the fall of 2011. He threatened to kill them, robbed them and then raped or tried to rape him. Tuesday morning, he was sentenced to 375 years.
Katie Stockton, 32, was sentenced in a Winnebago County courtroom on April 5, 2013, for the murder of Baby Crystal. The newborn remained unidentified for years after her mother left her on December 17, 2004, to suffocate and freeze to death in a wooded area along a road just 90 yards from the family home.
A man who was declared last year as Britain’s most “Feckless Dad” for fathering 17 children with 15 different women, has been convicted of murder for stabbing a man to death.
The trial is over, but the case of the little girl whose body was never found may never be truly closed. Today, Geralyn Graham, 67, was sentenced to 55 years in prison for child abuse and kidnapping, a sentence that means she probably won’t set foot outside of prison again.
A man called a “serial killer in the making” by prosecutors has pleaded guilty to first-degree murder in the 2011 killing of Alissa Shippert in Platte County, Mo. Quintin O’Dell, 23, also pleaded guilty to disemboweling Brittany Costello, 21, who survived.
The legal saga of the dad who did a dumb, dumb thing has drawn to a close today in a Chicago courtroom. Andre Curry, 22, was sentenced to 18 months probation for charges stemming from a photo of his daughter he posted on Facebook over a year ago.
Jarrod Wyatt, the former MMA fighter, who committed a frenzied 2010 killing of his sparring partner after drinking psychedelic mushroom tea, was sentenced to 47 years in state prison today.
George Huguely, the University of Virginia lacrosse player convicted of the 2010 killing of his college girlfriend and women’s lacrosse team member Yeardley Love, was sentenced yesterday to 23 years in prison, three less years that the jury that convicted him of second-degree murder back in February recommended.
Anders Behring Breivik, known as the Norway Killer, grinned as a judge in an Oslo court sentenced him today to 25 years in prison for the murder of 77 people during a bombing and shooting spree in July 2011. Broadcast live on Norwegian television, Breivik, dressed in a black suit, addressed the court with a fascist one-armed salute as he was lead in the courtroom to hear the verdict in the presence of the victims’’ family members and survivors of the attacks.