The man who picked up a chair and kept Sydney's alleged knifeman Mert Ney from hurting other people became known as chair man. He has come forward and told his story on television in Australia.
Police believe the 19 packets of cocaine would have a street value of approximately NZ$3 million.
Galveston Police indicated that the use of mounted police in the arrest of Neely was incorrect, rather than the use of the 'rope'.
Police initially charged the shooter with the murder of the unborn baby. But when the charge was unproven, they decided to charge the mother with manslaughter.
"Prosecuting (Taylor) Irby sets a scary precedent that if someone seeks help to escape abuse, they will be punished for it," wrote Florida House of Representatives Democrat Anna Eskamani
“I told him how much I loved him, and how I would make sure the kids would never forget him, that they would know how special they were to him," said Christine Thornton.
When Port Charlotte police tried to get Catherine Allford out of her car, she allegedly went limp. Then bundles of US$10,000 in cash fell from underneath her dress.
The three men who drugged, gang-raped and murdered an eight-year-old Muslim girl Asifa Bano in India, sparking nationwide condemnation and new laws, have been sentenced to life in prison.
William Husel turned himself into Colombus Police after an investigation spanning six months into what Mount Carmel West hospital in Colombus, Ohio called his administration of “inappropriate” doses of the painkiller fentanyl to patients
Nusrat Jahan Rafi, 19, was lured onto the roof of her Islamic school in Bangladesh and told to withdraw her complaint. When she refused, she was doused with kerosene and set on fire on April 6, days after filing a complaint about the actions of the school’s headmaster.