Coachella man, woman suspected in stolen car chaseThe Desert SunAt about 8:45 a.m., officials were patrolling in the area of Avenue 50 and Van Buren Street when they saw the car, which was stolen out of La Quinta. They began chasing the car at a high r…
Fourth man sentenced in Felton-area home invasion thwarted by dog
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Judy Jones had a really fishy explanation for why she slit her husband’s throat.
The 44-year-old is charged with attempted murder and aggravated assault for slicing her husband Thomas Jones’ throat while he slept. At her arraignment on Monday, she told a judge that she hadn’t meant to kill her husband — she blamed the incident on a dream she was having about filleting fish.
The couple’s daughter told a different story. According to the 16-year-old, her mother had been planning to kill her father for about a year. It was the girl’s call to 911, after she found her father’s throat slit, that might have saved his life.
“She made threats that she was going to kill him,” said Sheriff Fred Abdalla. “And she almost did early Saturday morning. So she’s been charged now with the prosecutor handling the case got her charged with felony 1s and 2 for attempted murder and aggravated assault.”
And as for Mr. Jones? He’s in the hospital recovering.
“He’s got stitches from almost [ear to ear] so we just have to wait for it to go through the court system,” Abdalla said.
Nobody was taking Judy Jones’ story hook, line and sinker, and investigators report that she eventually admitted to her murderous intentions. Due back in court tomorrow. Jones is being held on half a million dollars bond.
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Gun control push debuts in Nevada
Las Vegas Review-Journal
For years, the Silver State led the nation on the number of women killed by men with handguns — with mostly husbands, boyfriends or stalkers pulling the trigger — but dropped to No. 16 last year in a report by the Violence Policy Center. Yet, federal …
East Bay murder suspect freed by mom’s testimony
San Jose Mercury News
MARTINEZ — On Monday morning, a nervous mother took the witness stand at the preliminary trial of her son, charged with murder. By Monday afternoon, in large part because of her testimony, her son was set free by a Contra Costa judge. Kyle Navarro …
NH Man Accused In Abby Hernandez Kidnapping To Be Arraigned In Conway
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Doctors, gun-control groups to appeal ‘docs vs. glocks’ ruling
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Grand jury: Western Psych failed to cooperate with police in sex assault casesPittsburgh Post-GazetteA grand jury report returned last week accused officials with Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic of failing to cooperate with law enforcement off…