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29, May 2013 - Crossbow Killer seeks new trial -- author friend comes to his defense
WOONSOCKET – Seventeen years after his conviction in the road rage killing of another man with a powerful crossbow, Donald Graham is seeking a new trial with help from a friend in Alaska who has written a book about him. Now 73, Graham is serving life without parole in the 1994 slaying of 42-year-old Michael Blodgett on the shoulder of I-95 in Attleboro, near the state line. Appellate attorney ...
20, May 2013 - US News: Hofstra Student Mistakenly Killed by Police; California Fire; Alaskan Volcano
Authorities: Hofstra student was killed by police... Up to 60 injured after car drives into Va. parade... Official: Broken rail eyed in Conn. train crash... 2 fires north of LA persist after long fire week... another Alaskan volcano erupts... FBI searches apartment in ricin letter case...
16, May 2013 - Former School Instructor Arrested for Molesting Students
Butte CountyInvestigators followed the suspect to Alaska where he was arrested.
13, May 2013 - Border jumper took part in jail incidents
The Alaska man who ran the Beaver Creek border crossing last fall has one week left to serve for his crime.
09, May 2013 - Man wanted in Ogden murder arrested in Alaska
A man wanted in a Utah murder has been arrested in Alaska.
09, May 2013 - Man Arrested In Haines In Connection To Utah Cold-Case Murder
A man accused in a cold-case Utah murder was arrested in Haines on Wednesday. Haines police and Alaska State Troopers assisted Ogden, Utah police in apprehending Stephen Ellenwood after he eluded law enforcement on a foot pursuit through a wooded Haines neighborhood.
03, May 2013 - Win some, lose some
The Alaska Court of Appeals last week handed a partial victory to former state lawmaker Nicholas “Nick” Stepovich, who had appealed two convictions—for cocaine possession and attempted evidence tamper
02, May 2013 - Pace of justice at Air Force appeals court comes under scrutiny
The nation's top military appellate judges will scrutinize a seemingly sluggish Air Force court that's vexed airmen from Alaska to Florida and beyond. In a highly anticipated move, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces has agreed to hear the case of a former master sergeant who waited nearly three years for the Air Force to resolve his appeal of a court-martial conviction.
17, Apr 2013 - Oregon police to probe if Alaska coach hit player
A police department in Oregon will investigate whether an Alaska assistant high school football coach assaulted a player on a school-sponsored team trip to a summer camp last year.
17, Apr 2013 - Piper seeks new trial in death penalty case
A lawyer for an Alaska man facing the death penalty in South Dakota asked the state Supreme Court on Monday to throw out his client's conviction and sentence because he didn't understand that he could be sentenced by a judge rather than a jury.
11, Apr 2013 - Citing prosecutorial misconduct, former Alaska official attacks conviction
A federal appeals court should not second-guess its decision to keep in place a bribery case against a former lawmaker who was accused in the corruption probe that snagged the late U.S. Senator Ted Stevens, the Justice Department argued this week. Marking a rare attempt to convince an appeals court to reopen a long-closed case, the former official asked the Ninth Circuit in March to dismiss the ...
11, Apr 2013 - Unalaska Police Blotter
As told by the public safety officers of Unalaska, Alaska. Any charges reported in these statements are accusations, and the defendant is presumed innocent until or unless proven guilty.
11, Apr 2013 - Woman suspected in Issaquah armed robbery arrested in Alaska
The 19-year-old woman suspected in an attempted armed robbery in Issaquah was arrested by U.S. Marshals in Alaska Thursday.
11, Apr 2013 - Cocaine Trafficker Sentenced to Nearly Two Decades in Prison
Derneval Dimmer has been on Alaska’s radar since 2008. The U.S. Attorneys’ Office said over the years they have had a hard time getting anyone to testify against him.
11, Apr 2013 - Issaquah armed robbery suspect arrested in Alaska
A 19-year-old woman suspected trying to rob an Issaquah convenience store on March 10 was arrested Thursday by U.S. Marshals nearly 2,000 miles away in Kenai, Alaska.
11, Apr 2013 - Suspicious package leads to heroin bust
Three Soldotna men were arrested on April 4 in connection with the delivery of a large quantity of heroin, delivered through the mail and intercepted by the U.S. Postal Inspection Service and the Alaska Bureau of Investigation.
11, Apr 2013 - Molokai murder suspect also has record in Alaska
The 33-year-old Molokai man accused of fatally shooting his estranged girlfriend was once institutionalized in Alaska.
11, Apr 2013 - Credit union burglary take: $1
Most bank robbers try the direct approach in stealing cash: Enter a bank or credit union during business hours and demand it. Homer Police last week charged a Homer woman with taking a back-door approach when she allegedly broke into the Alaska USA Credit Union at about 1:45 a.m. last Friday. Sierra M. Steen, 23, was charged with second-degree burglary, third-degree theft, both felonies, third ...
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