The Latest: Fort Worth officer resigns after fatal shooting
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — The Latest on the fatal police shooting of a black woman inside a home in Fort Worth (all times local): 1:10 p.m. The Fort Worth police chief says a white officer accused in the fatal shooting of a black woman in her home has resigned. Interim Chief Ed Kraus said Monday that if the officer, Aaron Dean, had not resigned, he would have been fired. Dean shot 28-year-old Atatiana Jefferson through her window in the early hours of Saturday morning. Officers were called to her home when a concerned neighbor worried for her safety noticed her door was open.Police have said the officer perceived a threat when he saw someone near the window and opened fire.
Опубликовано: 14 сент. 2018 г. North Port man killed after neighbor dispute .
Brandon Shearer, 31, pleaded no contest to a single count of mistreatment of animals Thursday, online court records show. The caller told authorities that Shearer was at her house and upset. She said that he had killed her dog by hitting it in the head with a hammer.
NORTH PORT, Fla. (WWSB) - A North Port man has pleaded no contest to manslaughter with a firearm in the death of his neighbor last year.
Officers say 66-year-old John Krug Jr. killed his neighbor, 62-year-old Carl Stacey Berryman, on the 3500 block of Erie Court in September 2018. When police arrived on scene, they found Berryman dead in his driveway with a gunshot wound to the back of his shoulder.
Police say the two had a long history of disputes, including a previous shooting. Less than two weeks before the deadly encounter, Berryman shot at Krug’s home 25 times, leaving bullet holes in Krug’s home and shed.
Man accused in Alaska slaying discovered on SD card pleads not guilty
Brian Smith was arrested after the memory card, titled "homicide at the midtown Marriott," was found and turned over to police.Brian Smith, 48, was arrested earlier this month in the death of Kathleen Henry, 30, in Anchorage. Her body was found along a highway just south of the city Oct. 2, police said.
David Brian Stubblefield pleaded no contest to second-degree murder on condition of a prison sentence of 40 years to life, according to the San Prosecutors gave Stubblefield a deadline of March 23 to accept the plea deal, otherwise he faced going to trial on a charge of first-degree murder, which
A 51-year-old San Bruno man pleaded no contest Friday to killing his elderly neighbor and dismembering the body in effort to hide the crime Prosecutors gave Stubblefield a deadline of March 23 to accept the plea deal, otherwise he faced going to trial on a charge of first-degree murder, which
Berryman was arrested and released on bond one day before he was shot and killed by Krug, and was under a no contact order. North Port Police say they previously removed Berryman’s weapons from his home under The Baker Act.
Rick Dickman lives on street away. Though a man has died, he says a weight has been lifted from his shoulders.
"It's scary. I know it upset a lot of the neighbors," said Dickman.
Although Dickman said he was afraid of Berryman, he believes the situation could have had a better ending.
"I wish that someone would've gotten him help," said Dickman.
Berryman's brother Scott told ABC7 that said Krug and his brother used to get along.
"I don't know what precipitated this other than to say my brother did something here in the neighborhood that he was in trouble for," said Scott Berryman.
Based on the evidence and statements from Krug, police say the case does not fall under Florida’s Stand Your Ground law because there was no immediate threat from Berryman. A judge dismissed Krug’s motion under that statute.
Krug faces up to 30 years in prison when he’s sentenced next week.Copyright 2018 WWSB. All rights reserved.
Sentencing delayed for man who pleaded guilty to killing off-duty Port Huron cop .
The sentencing hearing for Joshua Bauman, who pleaded guilty to first-degree murder for the slaying of an off-duty police officer, has been delayed.Bauman appeared before visiting Judge William Giovan Friday for a sentencing hearing. His attorney, Bill Colovos, said there is a lack of understanding on Bauman's part for the penalty he is facing — which is life in prison.