Suspect Arrested In Home Invasion Of Wagoner County Teen Home Alone

MUSKOGEE, Oklahoma –

Deputies arrested a suspect in a home invasion in Wagoner County last week in which a 13-year-old boy was tied up and robbed.

Sheriff Chris Elliott says Aaron Johnson was one of three men who broke into the home near 50th Street North and Highway 69 on the morning of January 11, 2018. 

Deputies said the teen was home sick from school when he heard someone enter the home. He said three men tied him up with an electronics cable and put a pair of shorts over his head.

After they left he freed himself and went to a neighbor’s house and the neighbor called 911.

1/11/2018 Related Story: Teen Tied Up, Robbed During Wagoner County Home Invasion

Deputies arrested Johnson on Tuesday on complaints of kidnapping, burglary, threatening to commit an act of violence and possession of a firearm while committing a felony and possession of a firearm after previous felony conviction.

Sheriff Elliott said his office received many tips thanks to media coverage of the crime and investigators soon identified Johnson as a suspect. Because he’s a felon they compared his mugshot to the surveillance video and his fingerprints to those gathered at the

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Montgomery County Officials Use DNA Samples to Create Picture of Rape Suspect

It’s the stuff of science fiction, but Pennsylvania officials are hoping DNA testing will lead them to the man suspected of raping a 19-year-old jogger in broad daylight.

The attack happened shortly before 11 a.m. on Aug. 1 in Montgomery County’s Norristown Farm Park. A man wearing a hooded sweatshirt despite the balmy summer weather jumped a young woman at gunpoint. Nearly six months later, Montgomery County officials have not found the suspect.

“This [crime] is really rare,” Kate Delano, a spokeswoman for Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office, said. “It’s been more than a decade since something like this happened.”

The case continued to nag local officials until they teamed up with Parabon NanoLabs, a Virginia-based company that uses the forensic technique called phenotyping to recreate faces.

On Tuesday, Montco District Attorney Kevin Steele released an illustration of the suspected rapist created with this new technology. The result is a man in his 20s or early 30s with light to medium brown skin and between 5-foot-5 and 5-foot-10 inches tall with an average build.

“Since we have our attacker’s DNA, we know who he is — we just don’t know his name and where he lives,” Steele

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Suspect arrested for alleged murder of UPenn student, mom says ‘revenge is empty’

A suspect was named in the alleged murder of 19-year-old University of Pennsylvania student Blaze Bernstein — initially missing before he was found dead in a shallow grave on the fringe of a Southern California park this week, the police and prosecutors in Orange County said.

Samuel Woodward, 20, a high school classmate of Bernstein’s, was brought into custody Friday afternoon during a traffic stop and charged with suspicion of homicide in the death of the teenager.

PHOTO: Samuel Woodward, 20, of Newport Beach is suspected of killing 19-year-old Blaze Bernstein.Orange County Sheriffs Department/Twitter
Samuel Woodward, 20, of Newport Beach is suspected of killing 19-year-old Blaze Bernstein.

Bernstein was visiting home for winter break from Penn when he went missing on Jan. 2.

His corpse was found Tuesday in what Orange County Undersheriff Don Barnes described on Friday as “a shallow grave in the brush on the outer perimeter” of Borrego Park near the victim’s Foothill Ranch home.

Barnes refused to discuss what murder weapon was allegedly used.

He also wouldn’t reveal Woodward’s alleged motive or the condition of Bernstein’s body.

But he did say

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Nashua Suspect In 3 Home Burglaries Arrested

NASHUA, NH — Nashua police on Wednesday arrested the suspect in a months-long home burglary spree. Jonathan Moore, 28, of Nashua, was charged with three counts of felony burglary and one count of receiving stolen property. Police said he burglarized residences in October, November and January.

Nashua police Lieutenant Craig Allard said officers launched an investigation after receiving reports of home break-ins October 25 and November 6.

“The detectives from the Criminal Investigation Division then furthered the investigation, and Jonathan Amorella Moore was determined to be the suspect for each burglary,” Allard said in statement. “On the date of his arrest, it was learned that Amorella Moore had committed another residential burglary earlier in the day.”

Moore was held on $35,000 bail at the Hillsborough County Department of Corrections pending an arraignment in Hillsborough County Superior Court.

Photo: Jonathan Moore’s mugshot following his arrest in Nashua on burglary charges January 3, 2018. (Credit: Nashua Police Department)

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‘Revenge Porn’ Suspect Arrested By Nashua Police

NASHUA, NH — A 24-year-old Massachusetts man was arrested by Nashua police this week and charged under New Hampshire’s “revenge porn” law, authorities announced Friday. Jamaal Houston, 24, of Boston, was charged with non-consensual dissemination of private sexual images, a felony. New Hampshire lawmakers last approved the “revenge porn” law, which prohibits individuals from sharing explicit images of others, especially through digital media.

According to Nashua police Lieutenant Robert Page, officers opened an investigation in March after receiving a report from a woman that Houston, her ex-boyfriend,” disseminated images of her via social media without her consent.”

Page said officers found the images and obtained a warrant for Houston’s arrest in November. The suspect was caught Monday in Massachusetts then extradited to Nashua, according to Page.

Houston was released on $1,500 bail pending an arraignment.

Photo: Jamaal Houston’s mugshot following his arrest in Nashua in December 2017. (Credit: Nashua Police Department)

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Bensalem Bank Robbery Suspect’s Mugshot Has Us Confused – Patch

BENSALEM, PA — A man suspected of robbing a Bensalem bank last week has turned himself into police, authorities said. Peter Harkins turned himself in to Philadelphia Police on Monday on an active warrant out of Bensalem.

He is charged with robbing the Santander Bank on Street Road on Oct. 31. He was arraigned and sent to the Bucks County Correctional Facility on 10 percent of $1,000,000 bail.

His arrest mugshot is confusing: it’s not clear if he was sticking out his tongue or licking his lips.

Harkins is also accused of robbing a Phoenixville Pizza Hut on Oct. 29. In both incidents Harkins held his hand inside fabric, implying he had a weapon.

After his image was shared with the public, police said multiple tips led to his identification and an arrest warrant was issued.

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Spain arrests suspect wanted in at least 5 killings

Spanish authorities on Friday arrested a homicide suspect wanted for months by Italy after three people were killed a day earlier in Spain, including two Civil Guards.

Norbert Feher, a 36 year-old from Serbia, was arrested near Cantavieja, a town in northeastern rural Spain, after he allegedly shot and killed a civilian and two Civil Guard police Thursday, a Civil Guard spokesman said, speaking on condition of anonymity in line with internal police rules. The police were investigating a Dec. 5 shooting.

Italy had issued a European arrest warrant for Feher for homicides and home invasion robberies. The chief prosecutor in Bologna, Giuseppe Amato, said Friday that Italy will seek Feher’s extradition, even while acknowledging that the multiple homicides in two different countries will complicate the request.

Feher was the subject of an intense, monthslong manhunt after the April slayings of a barman and a guard in Italy’s northern region of Emilia Romagna. Davide Fabbri was killed on April 1 in the bar where he worked near Bologna, while Valerio Verri was killed days later while on patrol near Ferrara.

Feher is now on trial in absentia in Ferrara, northern Italy, for

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Murder suspect arrested in woman’s fatal Martinez shooting

MARTINEZ — A 58-year-old woman died in a shooting late Saturday, and a Concord man was arrested on suspicion of murder, a Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Office official said.

Authorities did not immediately identify the victim, who had a gunshot wound when Sheriff’s Office deputies arrived to a residence in the 1200 block of Santa Fe Avenue in the unincorporated part of the city, according to a statement from Sheriff’s Office spokesman Jimmy Lee. Deputies were called there around 8:30 p.m.

Fire paramedic crews tried to rescue the

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