Guilty Verdict: Trio Convicted in Grisly Washington State Murder Case Linked to Drugs and Money

Port Orchard, Washington – Three men have been convicted of the brutal murders of a family in Washington state back in 2017. The jury’s decision came after a grueling trial that unraveled a tragic saga driven by motives of drugs and money. The victims, Christale Careaga and her two children, Hunter Schaap and Johnathon Higgins, … Read more

Guilty Verdict: Three Men Convicted of Murder and Arson in Kitsap County Quadruple Killing

KITSAP COUNTY, Wash. – In Kitsap County, three men have been convicted of murder and arson in connection with the deaths of a family of four nearly seven years ago. Daniel Kelly Jr., Johnny Watson, and Robert Watson were found guilty of multiple charges, including first-degree premeditated murder and arson, following the announcement of the … Read more

Verdict: Bibb County Jail Escapee Found Guilty in Ex-Girlfriend’s Death

MACON, Ga. – After approximately 1.5 hours of deliberation, a Bibb County jury returned a verdict on Thursday in the case of Joey Fournier, an inmate who escaped from the local jail back in October 2023. Fournier was found guilty of the February 2022 death of his ex-girlfriend, Cynthia Berry, in a case that involved … Read more

Ex-boyfriend’s murder trial verdict delayed as last witness testifies before resting cases

MACON, Ga. – The murder trial of Joey Fournier, accused of killing his ex-girlfriend Cynthia Berry in Feb. 2022, is now in its final stages as both sides rested their cases after the last witness, Fournier himself, took the stand on Wednesday. During his testimony, Fournier recounted the events of the day Berry was killed, … Read more

Guilty Verdict for Suspect in Killing of 3 Muslim Men in Albuquerque

Albuquerque, New Mexico – In a solemn courtroom in Albuquerque, the jury reached a verdict in the case of the suspect accused of killing 3 Muslim men. The accused has been found guilty of murder after a lengthy trial that shook the local community to its core. The trial exposed the tragic events that unfolded … 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

Involuntary Manslaughter Verdict for Father of Oxford High School Shooter

Pontiac, Michigan – A Michigan jury found James Crumbley guilty of four counts of involuntary manslaughter on Thursday for the deaths of four students at Oxford High School. Crumbley, the father of school shooter Ethan Crumbley, is the first parent in the United States to face criminal charges in connection with a mass school shooting. … Read more

Verdict: Man Found Guilty of First-Degree Murder in Death of Cathedral Catholic High School Teacher

San Diego, California – A jury has reached a verdict in the trial of Jesse Milton Alvarez, a man accused of the murder of Cathedral Catholic High School teacher Mario Fierro in February 2021. Alvarez, 33, has been convicted of first-degree murder with special circumstances of lying in wait for the killing of Fierro, who … Read more

Verdict: Man Convicted of Killing CPD Officer Ella French

Chicago, Illinois – A verdict has been reached in the murder trial of the man accused of killing Chicago Police Department Officer Ella French. The decision comes after a long and emotional trial that gripped the city for weeks. The accused individual faced charges related to the tragic death of Officer French, who was killed … Read more

Verdict Revealed in Tirrell Edwards Trial for Death of Amanda Williams

Cleveland, Ohio – Tirrell Edwards faces charges of aggravated murder, murder, and felonious assault in connection with the tragic death of Amanda Williams in Warrensville Heights. The jury has deliberated on this case after closing arguments were presented on March 1st. The incident dates back to early October when the Warrensville Heights Police Department responded … Read more