Mahoning County Judge Pleads Guilty to Hit-and-Run Crash with Bicyclist: Restitution Questions Linger

Canfield, Ohio – R. Scott Krichbaum, a judge in Mahoning County Common Pleas Court, has pleaded guilty to reckless operation and improperly overtaking/passing a vehicle after crashing his SUV into a bicyclist. However, the legal consequences for Krichbaum may not be over. Krichbaum, 71, was fined $400 with $100 in court costs by visiting judge David E. Stucki from Stark County. The incident occurred on November 16th when Krichbaum crashed into 19-year-old Cameron J. Wyant on Sharrott Road in Beaver. Wyant was thrown off his bicycle and into a ditch. Krichbaum left the scene, and … Read more

Tarzana Man Pleads Not Guilty to Grisly Murder of Wife and In-Laws, Remains Found in Trash Bin

TARZANA, Calif. – A man from Tarzana pleaded not guilty on Friday to murder charges related to the disappearance of his wife and her parents. Samuel Bond Haskell, 35, is accused of killing his wife Mei Haskell, 37, and her parents, Yanxiang Wang, 64, and Gaoshan Li, 72. The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office has charged Haskell with multiple murders, including a special circumstance allegation. If convicted, Haskell could face life in prison without parole. The victims, who resided with Haskell and the couple’s three young children in Tarzana, were last seen in early … Read more

Tarzana Man Pleads Not Guilty to Murder Charges in Wife and In-Laws’ Slaying

Encino, California – The man accused of brutally murdering his wife and in-laws and disposing of his wife’s remains in a trash bin, entered a plea of not guilty on Friday. Samuel Bond Haskell, who is currently being held without bail, is scheduled to return to court in February for a preliminary hearing. The disturbing case involves the disappearance of Tarzana woman Mei Haskell and her parents, Yanxiang Wang and Gaoshan Li. Mei Haskell’s uncle is seeking justice and closure for his family’s tragic ordeal. Samuel Haskell was arrested in November after a video linked … Read more

A$AP Rocky Pleads Not Guilty in Alleged Shooting of A$AP Relli, Case Headed to Trial

A$AP Rocky pleaded not guilty on Monday to allegations of shooting his former friend and plaintiff A$AP Relli. This plea comes after a judge determined in November that there was sufficient evidence to proceed with a trial for the incident that occurred in 2021. The rapper’s lawyer described his client as “cool as a cucumber” during the plea hearing. The alleged shooting incident involving A$AP Rocky and A$AP Relli has garnered substantial attention since it first came to light. A$AP Rocky, whose real name is Rakim Mayers, has maintained his innocence throughout the legal process, … Read more