Judge Frees Gun and Drug Suspect Despite Past Controversial Releases

Bronx, New York – A Venezuelan migrant who was found squatting in a Bronx home along with seven others was released by a judge who had previously freed two men involved in an assault on a police officer, according to records. The judge, Eugene Bowen, freed Hector Desousa-Villalta despite prosecutors requesting bail in the case. Desousa-Villalta was arrested after allegedly flashing a gun at another man outside the home. In November, Bowen had also released two men who were caught on video beating a police officer inside a subway station in the Bronx. The decision … Read more

Breaking: Jury Finds Suspect Guilty on Multiple Charges in Jacque Mitchell Case

ST. LOUIS (AP) – The suspect in the death of Jacque Mitchell has been found guilty on multiple charges by a jury. The trial, which began earlier this week, concluded yesterday when the judge sent the case to the jury for deliberation. Within just five hours, the jury reached a verdict, finding Joseph Dejoie guilty of involuntary manslaughter, but acquitted of second-degree murder. He was also found guilty on charges of tampering with evidence, abandonment of a corpse, possession of a controlled substance, kidnapping, sodomy, and rape. The jury further recommended the maximum sentence for … Read more

Unresolved Cold Case Takes Center Stage as Jury Trial Date Nears for Tony Haase, a Suspect in the 1992 Togstad and Mumbrue Murders

Boscobel, Wisconsin – A jury trial date has been set for Tony Haase, who is facing charges in connection with the 1992 murders of Togstad and Mumbrue. The trial is scheduled to begin on August 2, 2024. The case has gained significant attention due to its long-standing unsolved status and the heinous nature of the crimes. Haase is accused of the brutal killings of brothers Charles and David Togstad, as well as their friend Drake Mumbrue. The victims were found dead in their mobile home, and the case remained unsolved for over three decades. However, … Read more

Trial Begins for Suspect Accused in Deadly Graduation Mass Shooting at Huguenot High School

RICHMOND, Va. – The highly anticipated trial of Amari Pollard, the suspect charged with opening fire at Huguenot High School’s graduation ceremony last year, is set to begin today. The incident, which gained national attention, resulted in two fatalities and numerous injuries. Pollard, who is now 20 years old, stands accused of the first-degree murder of Shawn Jackson, a recent Huguenot graduate. The shooting occurred shortly after the graduation ceremony concluded. The suspect also allegedly shot and killed Jackson’s stepfather, Renzo Smith. Initially facing a charge of second-degree murder for both deaths, the charge was … Read more