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DUI: It’s a crime to refuse blood test on U.S. land


.share-print{margin-right: 135px !important;}Share this:PrintA federal appeals court overturned a driver’s alcohol-related conviction Friday and sent a message to anyone caught drinking and driving: If you’re on federal land, it’s a crime to refuse a blood test. The case involved Sean Harrington, whose parked car was spotted by a Yosemite National Park ranger one night in June 2011 with the lights on and the motor running. The ranger described him as drunk and argumentative. He was arrested and taken to a police station, where, the court said, he refused to submit to a test to determine his blood-alcohol level. Before locking Harrington up, another ranger read him, three different times, a [...]More

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St. Paul 8-month-old’s mother dead, father jailed on murder charge
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On Wednesday, Hendricks pulled out a gun, pointed it at his girlfriend Michelle Marie Ploetz’s head and pulled the trigger, according to a criminal complaint filed Friday that charged Hendricks with second-degree intentional murder and second-degree …
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Mueller to replace Karlton on 3-judge prison court

.share-print{margin-right: 135px !important;}Share this:PrintThe three-judge federal court overseeing the reduction of California’s prison population will have a new member in September: U.S. District Judge Kimberly Mueller of Sacramento, succeeding the retiring Judge Lawrence Karlton. The court was convened to hear lawsuits by inmates over prison health care, and ruled in 2009 that overcrowding was the chief reason for a medical system so defective that it violated the constitutional ban on cruel and unusual punishment. The judges ordered California to lower the inmate population, previously nearly twice the designed capacity, to 137.5 percent of capacity, or about 112,000 inmates according to state officials. The current population is about 117,000, and the [...]More

Delta Flight’s Potential Security Threat Forces Plane To Taxi To Remote Area


DENVER (AP) — Officials say a Delta Air Lines plane on a flight from Detroit to Denver reported an unspecified potential security threat and taxied to a remote area after landing safely at Denver International Airport.

Airport spokeswoman Stacey Stegman said Friday that passengers on the flight were taken to another location by bus. Police are searching the plane, and it is unclear what, if anything, they have found. Stegman had no other information about the potential threat or how it was reported.More

Three East Orange men charged in Passaic home invasion


Three East Orange men charged in Passaic home invasion
PASSAIC — Three East Orange men who police say tied up a victim at gunpoint before ransacking his home last month were charged on Friday with robbery and kidnapping, authorities said. Santos Casiano-Nufio, 23, Feliciano Ezquivel, 37, and Cesar …

Four plead guilty in Black Creek bank robbery


Four plead guilty in Black Creek bank robberyAppleton Post CrescentSamuel H. McGee, Clemmie L.M. Carter Jr. and Lucky L. Charleston were convicted of bank robbery and armed bank robbery last week in U.S. District Court in Green Bay. Yolanda Barnes, who…