Procedural History: Clayton Fountain was convicted of first degree murder against the guard Hoffman by a jury. The judge had sentenced him to no less but no more than 150 years in prison. He was also ordered to make pay $92,000 of restitution to Hoffman's estate, and $98,000 to Ditterline. He was also ordered to pay $300,000 to the Department of Labor. Silverstein and Gometz were tried together for the murder of Clutts with the same judge and before a jury.
On 07/15/2017, members of the Little Rock Police Department Downtown Division arrested Zachary Hicks, W/M, DOB: 10/07/1986, at 6100 Mitchell Drive, Little Rock, Arkansas. Mr. Hicks was charged with Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Loitering. Mr. Hicks was transported to the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility and held in lieu of bond. Mr. Hicks was assigned Street Narcotics Suspect #2017-SN-459, in reference to this incident.
Charles is being held at Turner Gillford Correctional Facility. He refused to talk to reporters. Charles 's stepfather, Willis Archibald, has stated that his stepson is innocent. He also stated that they are trying to pin a murder on a teenager who has a lot of issues. This is not the first time Charles has been arrested.
In the following days of a pregnant woman being found dead in her Georgia home, police arrested Tyrail Arrenzo Wynn, 25, and charged him with burglary, aggravated assault, feticide, murder and child cruelty. At the Carroll County Sheriff 's Office, Captain Jeff Richards responded that Wynn will appear in court on Friday. Authorities of criminal law believe Wynn last lived in the 100 block of Mitchell Circle, which is located less than a mile from where they discovered the body of Nakita Lashawn Holland, 36. When Holland 's sister stopped at her home in Bennett Circle, she heard her sister 's toddler crying. When she and the victim 's landlord unlocked the door and went inside, they discovered Nakita dead in the bedroom, with multiple gunshot wounds.
Advised of a neighbor disturbance. Margaret Maloney called the Comm. Center and stated her neighbor Travis Beam, is harassing her. I asked what he did. She related when she walked outside he was on the porch and yelled "shut the fuck up."
Roy Brown also was a suspect because he had made threatening calls to her before the crime. He was put in jail for 1-3 years. The crime that took place was at night by one person near her farm sted.
He denied contempt, and admitted to publicizing the articles. Patterson pleaded that he had a public duty to expose the court and what he allegedly thought their motives were doing. His motion was denied and he was charged with contempt and Patterson
Kent was accused of theft in district court. Moving to dismiss the indictment, due to the Juvenile court not conducting an appropriate way of questioning before giving up jurisdiction, as demanded by the Juvenile Court Act. A jury found him guilty and then they sentenced Kent to serve 30-90 years in prison. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit affirmed and it was noted that there was no reason that the Juvenile Court judge gave for the waiver.
The Case of Breanna Wood vs. Joseph Matthew Tejeda Breanna Woods was reported missing by her mother on October 18 of 2016. Wood’s was last seen with Joseph Matthew Tejeda at a PMI market at the intersection of Tancahua Street and Hancock Avenue, according to Corpus Christi police. Her mother last heard from the 21-year-old about 10 p.m. that night when the two texted. Woods told her mom she was headed home. On January 2, 2017, her body was found in Flour Buff, Corpus Christi.
According to Grady Stiles III, his stepmother and his father were arguing when Mary Theresa made a comment stating that “something needed to be done,” when Harry Jr. overheard this comment, he went to the neighbor (Chris Wyant) and repeated it: Wyant shot and killed Grady Jr. shortly thereafter. Mary Theresa Stiles Convicted of Manslaughter At the age of 56, Mary Theresa Stiles was convicted of manslaughter and sentenced to 12 years in prison. Mary Theresa could not understand why the jurors in her murder trial did not believe her when she spoke of the beatings and verbal abuse that she, and the children suffered at the hands of a drunken Grady Jr. Mary Theresa Stiles was taken into custody on Feb. 20, 1997 and was released from custody on Dec. 4, 2000. Harry Glenn Newton Jr. was Considered the ‘Mastermind’
The District of Columbia courts needs to waive and remit before he is able to be tried. At this time there was a motion filed to have him receive the case waived. The judge filed for a ‘full investigation’, which lead to Kent’s case being waived from the juvenile courts. He was then tried in the District Court. The jury found Kent guilty of six counts of housebreaking and robbery.
MILLERSBURG — Despite a plea for leniency expressed by the victim, a Sugarcreek man was unable to overcome a long history of criminal convictions and a bond violation when a Holmes County judge on Wednesday sentenced him to prison for making unwanted phone calls and threats to several members of a family over a period of months. David Lamar Schrock, 43, of 2578 State Route 39, previously pleaded guilty in Holmes County Common Pleas Court to two counts of telephone harassment and one count of menacing by stalking. In exchange for his guilty plea, the state agreed to dismiss two additional counts of telephone harassment and three counts of menacing by stalking. The charges are made more serious because Schrock was convicted, in January 2016,
In the case of Tara Brown’s murder, various groups of individuals are affected. As well as maintaining principles of fair punishment and deterrence, the criminal justice system has to consider perceptions of the victim’s family (secondary victim), the community’s demand for crime prevention, and the offender’s rights to a fair court hearing. The most likely outcome is imprisonment for Lionel John Patea due to committing an indictable offence. It is important to note that if this was only a case of domestic abuse without murder, it would utilise more time, effort and expenses to come to a resolution. This is due to the different circumstances and degree of abuse that the judge has to assess.