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BREAKING NEWS: Suspect in Monday armed robberies captured in Albermarle County

WINCHESTER – The suspect in two armed robberies in Winchester on Monday morning was apprehended last night in Albemarle County.

Albermarle County authorities took 41-year-old James Edward Scott into custody about 10 p.m. after they saw a vehicle matching the description of one believed to be connected with the robberies.

The Winchester Police Department issued a be-on-the-lookout alert for the vehicle after the Hilton Garden Inn at 120 Wingate Drive was robbed around 4:35 a.m. and the 7-Eleven at 704 N. Loudoun St. was hit about 7 a.m.

Albemarle authorities searched Scott’s vehicle and found a hat that matched the description of one worn by the suspect in the 7-Eleven robbery.

Scott is being held without bond in Albemarle county.

Anyone with additional information regarding Scott or Monday’s robberies is asked to contact Crime Solvers at 540-665-8477 (TIPS) or the city police department’s Criminal Investigations Division at 540-545-4704.

Read more at: http://www.winchesterstar.com/breaking-news-suspect-in-monday-armed-robberies-captured-in-albermarle/article_370deb0c-df5a-11e7-a018-4b0495eeccec.html

Monday marks 13th anniversary of missing Boise man; mother pleads for help

BOISE, ID – “He was charming and charismatic. He was one of those people who, when he walked into a room, you were drawn to him. He was a good person.” That’s what a close friend of Ahren Benjamin Barnard says about him.

Family and friends say he was a dedicated father who loved his two children. 

Police say his disappearance is “suspicious.”

It’s December 4, 2004.

Around 7 p.m., Ahren –- “Benj,” to those close to him — goes to the McDonald’s fast food restaurant on Cole and Overland Roads in west Boise. It was a scheduled shared-custody meeting: Ahren was dropping off his son for a temporary visit with his former girlfriend, the child’s biological mother. The two had remained friends. In fact, they had even made arrangements for Ahren to pick up his son the following morning. 

At 7:15 p.m., Ahren received a call on his cell from his roommate regarding when

Read more at: http://www.kivitv.com/news/monday-marks-13th-anniversary-of-missing-boise-man-mother-pleads-for-help

Monday marks 13th anniversary of missing Boise man; mother … – KIVI

BOISE, ID – “He was charming and charismatic. He was one of those people who, when he walked into a room, you were drawn to him. He was a good person.” That’s what a close friend of Ahren Benjamin Barnard says about him.

Family and friends say he was a dedicated father who loved his two children. 

Police say his disappearance is “suspicious.”

It’s December 4, 2004.

Around 7 p.m., Ahren –- “Benj,” to those close to him — goes to the McDonald’s fast food restaurant on Cole and Overland Roads in west Boise. It was a scheduled shared-custody meeting: Ahren was dropping off his son for a temporary visit with his former girlfriend, the child’s biological mother. The two had remained friends. In fact, they had even made arrangements for Ahren to pick up his son the following morning. 

At 7:15 p.m., Ahren received a call on his cell from his roommate regarding when

Read more at: http://www.kivitv.com/news/monday-marks-13th-anniversary-of-missing-boise-man-mother-pleads-for-help

Teenager killed, off-duty Richmond police officer wounded in Monday morning shooting in Chesterfield

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Read more at: http://www.richmond.com/news/local/crime/teenager-killed-off-duty-richmond-police-officer-wounded-in-monday/article_935f2ecb-3b76-503f-b210-4909070626eb.html

Concern for missing Cork man last seen in early hours of Monday as pals start social media appeal

PALS are appealing for information on the whereabouts of a young Cork man – last seen in the early hours of yesterday.

Concerns have been raised for Robert Lynam, who has not been seen since 5am on Monday.

Robert Lynam was last seen in the early hours of Monday

Robert Lynam was last seen in the early hours of Monday

It’s understood Robert was last seen at a Maxol garage in Mahon in Cork.

Friends took to social media to spread the word and said “this isn’t something he’d ever do”.

One pal wrote: “Our good friend Robert Lynam has been missing and we are starting to worry about him he is no phone and hasn’t contacted anybody could everyone please share this and let us and his family know if you have any idea where he might be or if you have seen

Read more at: https://www.thesun.ie/news/1800642/concern-for-missing-cork-man-last-seen-in-early-hours-of-monday-as-pals-start-social-media-appeal/

Former APD officer arrested Monday on three additional counts of possession of child pornography

Former Amarillo Police Department Officer Earnest McDonald III was arrested Monday and booked in the Potter County Jail on three additional charges of possession of child pornography, according to a Potter County Arrest Summary that was released Tuesday morning.

Records show McDonald posted a $30,000 bond and was released the same day.

McDonald was previously indicted on June 28 by a Potter County Grand Jury on two other charges of possession of child pornography.

Monday’s arrest brings the number of possession of child pornography charges against him to five.

A third-degree felony for possession of child pornography carries a penalty of up to 10 years in prison and a $10,000 fine, according to the Texas Penal Code.

Court documents from the two indictments in June stated that on June 30, 2016 McDonald did, “intentionally or knowingly possess visual material that visually depicted a child

Read more at: http://amarillo.com/crime-and-courts/local-news/news/2017-08-22/former-apd-officer-arrested-monday-three-additional

Hearing Scheduled Monday In Connection With Joyce Stochmal Murder

By Jack Kramer, Correspondent

The sister of a teenager who was brutally murdered in 1984 will be in front of the state’s Freedom of Information Commission, seeking to get the correctional and disciplinary history of the man convicted of the crime.

Marianne Stochmal Heffernan will be appearing before the FOI seeking information on David Weinberg, who was recently released from prison after serving 26 years for the killing of Joyce Stochmal.

Joyce Stochmal was 19 when she was murdered and her body dumped into Lake Zoar in Southbury.

Recently a Waterbury Superior Court judge ordered Weinberg, who was convicted of Joyce Stochmal’s killing, released on time served. The order followed seven years of work by lawyers for the Connecticut Innocence Project, who had discovered problems with the case.

The approval of a “sentence modification” by Waterbury Superior Court Judge Roland D. Fasano allowed Weinberg, 58, to be released after serving 26 years of a 60-year

Read more at: https://patch.com/connecticut/oxford-ct/hearing-scheduled-monday-connection-joyce-stochmal-murder

Rockport Ramblings: Man to speak about his exoneration Monday

Dennis Maher, a Massachusetts committed to a life sentence for crimes he didn’t commit, will speak about his experience Monday at Rockport Public Library

The free event, the “Innocence Project: A Personal History Revealed,” will take place at the library, 17 School St. on Monday, Aug. 7, at 6:30 p.m. The program is being presented in partnership with the Friends of the Rockport Public Library

“Innocence Project” will unveil Maher’s account of events that led to his incarceration for more than 19 years. He had been convicted in the rape and assault of two women in Lowell on consecutive evenings in November 1983.

Attendees will learn first-hand how the Innocence Project worked to exonerate him of the crimes. Maher is one of more than 300 people who have been exonerated through DNA testing in the United States, including 20 who were on death row.

“I chose to embrace life,” said Maher. “I wasn’t going to be sorry

Read more at: http://www.gloucestertimes.com/news/local_news/rockport-ramblings-man-to-speak-about-his-exoneration-monday/article_75a4a2aa-448c-5899-bfa4-051b26ed7de3.html

KSP searching for E’town man missing since Monday

Police are searching for a missing Elizabethtown man.

Kentucky State Police received a missing person’s report Tuesday on Drew Walker, 32, who was last seen at his Elizabethtown home Monday.

The report said Walker left his residence between 7:15 and 8 a.m. Monday. At 8:15 a.m., he withdrew a large sum from his savings. He then purchased gas and an energy drink at a Speedway. When he left the gas station, there was video of him driving away from Interstate 65.

Walker proceeded to send texts to his wife at 10:45 a.m., 11:33 a.m. and 12:43 p.m. He said he was mailing fixed tax papers and then picking up food at Denny’s. No more contact was made with him.

KSP Trooper Jeff Gregory said Wednesday morning they have had no success in contacting or locating Walker.

“We have attempted to contact him with every way we can think of,” Gregory said.

He said Walker’s phone must

Read more at: http://www.thenewsenterprise.com/news/ksp-searching-for-e-town-man-missing-since-monday/article_2b12ca1e-3c3f-570c-afca-47467e7f216c.html