The story of the violent gang of Philadelphia mobsters, who terrorized Maryland, Pennsylvania and Virginia, particularly the City of Richmond, in the early 1930s.
On November 8, 2004, Piper Rountree, a mentally unstable attorney with a history of emotional problems, was arrested for the sensational murder of her ex-husband, Jablin.
Soon after her arrival at school, college freshman Taylor Behl vanished, leaving behind a weird older boyfriend and a lot of unanswered questions. The story of the disappearance of Taylor Behl in pictures.
Gerald Allen and Johnny Calderon probably thought they had found the perfect marks in the two University of Virginia students they allegedly planned to rob, but found out only too late just how wrong they were.
Rapper Antwain Steward — known commercially as Twain Gotti — was arrested and charged earlier this month with a pair of 2007 murders in Newport News, VA. The case had grown cold but when investigators discovered lyrics in a Twain Gotti rap song called “Ride Out” referring to a murder, the case grew legs. According to [...]
For those of you who have wondered how the more modern electric chair works and how it is used to execute prisoners. While watching this video bear in mind that though lethal injection has been the default method of execution in Virginia since 1994, inmates may still opt for execution via the electric chair — and some do.
On July, 26, 2010, Serial Stabber Elias Abuelazam fatally stabbed Darwin Marshall, 43, who was walking alone around 1:25 a.m. The army veteran and father of two died shortly after being found. Abuelazam has been linked to as many as 20 attacks.
It seems that on July 21, 2013, Jay Matthew Riley, 21, of Woodbridge, Virginia, decided out of the blue to go down to his friendly neighborhood police station to find out if police had any outstanding warrants on him for child porn.
Here’s one you don’t see every day: A guest at a hotel called animal control on two animal rescue workers, who left their charges, four puppies, crated in their hot van.
August 30, 2012, George Huguely was sentenced to 26 years in prison for killing Yeardley Love. The case of the murder of U.Va. lacrosse player Yeardley Love in photos, from the beginning.