Gilbert Goons Court Appearance Update: Teen Defendants Face Charges for Aggravated Assault and Robbery

Phoenix, Arizona – Two teenagers associated with the Gilbert Goons group violence cases were expected to appear in court on Thursday. Eighteen-year-old Christopher Fantastic faces charges of assault and robbery related to an incident outside an In-N-Out in Gilbert in August 2023. He was indicted in January 2024 on charges of aggravated robbery and aggravated … Read more

Underage Defendants in Preston Lord Murder Case Spared Death Penalty

Maricopa County, Arizona – The Maricopa County Attorney’s Office announced on Tuesday that none of the seven individuals accused in the murder of Preston Lord will be facing the death penalty. Among the defendants, four were underage at the time of the crime, making them ineligible for capital punishment. Lord was fatally assaulted at a … Read more

Defendants Jailed for Capitol Attack Promised Release by Trump

Washington, DC – Following the events of January 6th at the Capitol, former President Donald Trump has made claims to release violent defendants who participated in the attack. This comes as a shocking announcement from Trump, causing concern among various individuals and political groups. The former president’s stance on the matter has stirred up controversy … Read more

Defendant’s Boastful Claims Challenged in Albemarle Murder Trial as Verdict Nears

An Albemarle County jury in Virginia listened to a post-arrest interview in which a murder trial defendant repeatedly denied his involvement in the killing of his father’s friend. Kevin Moore, the defendant, explained why he had previously claimed to have killed and buried Jesse Hicks, a resident of Fluvanna County who went missing in 2004. … Read more

Gang-related Drive-By Shooting Defendants Plead Guilty to Manslaughter

San Diego, California – Two individuals have admitted to their involvement in a drive-by shooting at a La Jolla house party that resulted in the death of a young woman and injuries to three others. Odyssey Sellers Carrillo, 23, and Malik Joshua Campbell, 24, have pleaded guilty to charges of voluntary manslaughter and other offenses … Read more

Murder Trial Evidence Revealed: Defendant’s Incriminating Jail Call Exposed

Wichita Falls, Texas – In the ongoing capital murder trial of Tajmon Robinson, prosecutors presented a recorded call on Thursday in which the defendant spoke to his mother from jail. The emotional call took place just five days after Robinson’s arrest, with his mother bluntly stating the gravity of the situation, emphasizing that capital murder … Read more

Baltimore Prosecutors Seek One Trial for Five Defendants in Connection with Brooklyn Homes Mass Shooting

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND – The prosecution is seeking to try the five individuals charged in connection with the July shooting at a Baltimore housing complex together in one trial. The shooting took place after a Brooklyn Day block party, leaving two dead and 28 others wounded, making it one of Baltimore’s worst mass shooting events. The … Read more

Horses Horror: Alleged Animal Cruelty Defendant’s Trial Date Delayed

Barton, Alabama – A trial date for 63-year-old Debra Catledge, a woman facing 28 counts of failure to dispose of dead livestock and 18 counts of animal cruelty, has been delayed until February. Last September, the Colbert County Sheriff’s Office made the arrest after finding a distressing scene on Catledge’s property: 28 dead horses and … Read more

Explosion Victim Settles Lawsuit with Sears and Other Defendants for Undisclosed Sum

FITCHBURG, Wis. — A man who suffered severe injuries when his home in Fitchburg exploded due to a gas leak in 2016 has reached a settlement in his lawsuit against Sears and other defendants for an undisclosed sum. The explosion not only destroyed the man’s home, but also caused damage to several neighboring residences. According … Read more

Forensic Expert: No Communication Link Found between Defendants and Victim in Shineka Gray Murder Trial

MONTEGO BAY, St James—The trial of Gregory Roberts, accused of the 2017 murder of 15-year-old Shineka Gray, took a significant turn as a communication data forensic analyst expert testified in the St. James Circuit Court. The expert revealed that there was no communication link between Gray’s phone and the two men accused of her death … Read more