Jury Deliberates Fate of Man Accused in Fatal Drug Overdose Case Involving Fentanyl-Laced Heroin

Jeannette, Pennsylvania – Jurors are currently deliberating in the case of Andrey Young, a man accused of supplying fentanyl-laced heroin that resulted in a fatal drug overdose in Unity. The charges being weighed against Young include drug delivery resulting in death, possession with intent to deliver, and drug and paraphernalia possession. The prosecution argues that Young sold stamp bags labeled as “Covid-19” to a man he lived with in Jeannette, acting as an intermediary for Gerald Lentz Jr. However, Young’s defense attorney, Tim Dawson, disputes Young’s responsibility for the March 2021 death. The closing arguments … Read more

Connecticut Business Owner Indicted for Million-Dollar Fraud Scheme Involving Prize Insurance Business

NORWALK, Connecticut – A business owner from Norwalk, Connecticut has been indicted on six counts of fraud related to his prize insurance business. Kevin Kolenda, the owner of Hole-In-Won LLC, allegedly defrauded dozens of organizations and individuals out of nearly $1 million. Hole-In-Won provided prize insurance for events such as golf tournaments and fishing contests through its website, claiming to be the most successful prize insurance company in the world. The indictment accuses Kolenda of collecting approximately $850,000 in insurance premiums under false pretenses and failing to pay more than $100,000 in prize costs. The … Read more

Judge Dismisses Excessive-Force Lawsuit Involving Dakota Access Pipeline Protests

BISMARCK, N.D. – A federal judge in North Dakota has dismissed an excessive-force lawsuit filed by a woman from New York who was injured in an explosion during protests against the Dakota Access oil pipeline. U.S. District Court Judge Daniel Traynor granted motions to dismiss the 2018 lawsuit on Wednesday and Friday. Sophia Wilansky, the plaintiff, suffered injuries to her left forearm when an explosive munition or flashbang went off during a clash between demonstrators and law enforcement officers on a blocked highway bridge in November 2016. The lawsuit named Morton County, its sheriff, and … Read more

Legal Battle Blurs the Lines: Untangling a Complex Love Triangle Involving Home Buyers, Sellers, and Real Estate Agents

ASHEVILLE, N.C. – A lawsuit has surfaced in the midst of a complicated love triangle involving home buyers, sellers, and real estate agents. This legal action adds another layer of complexity to an already murky situation in the housing market. The lawsuit centers around a series of transactions in which buyers, sellers, and agents were allegedly involved in deceitful practices. It exposes the inherent conflicts of interest that can arise in the real estate industry and raises questions about the ethical conduct of those involved. The plaintiffs claim that the sellers, who were also real … Read more