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Davin Scott McIntyre aka David Scott McIntyre v. The State of Texas

One evening in May 2016, McIntyre walked into a convenience store at a
Granbury gas station and attempted to buy beer. The store’s clerk, Heather
Longest, noticed that McIntyre smelled like alcohol, and because she believed
that he “shouldn’t be drinking anymore,” she refused to sell him the beer.
McIntyre asked her where he could cash a check, and “it took [her] three times ...
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George Matthew Sapp v. The State of Texas

Sapp lived with his common-law wife Priscilla2 and their three daughters:
Emily, who was seven years old; Brooke, who was six years old; and Allison,
who was five years old. While attending church, Sapp and Priscilla met a
nineteen-year-old woman named Dusti who told them that she was having some
problems at home, and they allowed her to move in with them.
Shortly afte ...
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United States of America v. Isiah Kirkman and Malik Thomas

Eastern District of North Carolina Federal Courthouse - Raleigh, North Carolina

Raleigh, NC - Two Snow Hill Men Sentenced Following Same-Day Armed Robberies of Goldsboro Bank and Convenience Store

Chief United States District Judge James C. Dever, III sentenced two Snow Hill men, ISIAH KIRKMAN, 24, to 113 months of imprisonment followed by 5 years of supervised release and MALIK THOMAS, 22, to 98 months of imprisonment followed by 5 years of supervised release.
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United States of America v. David Mero

Federal Courthouse - Newport News, Virginia

Newport News, VA - Man Sentenced for Recruiting Homeless to Cash Counterfeit Checks

An Atlanta man was sentenced on April 23, 2018 to 116 months in prison for recruiting individuals from local homeless shelters to cash counterfeit business checks worth nearly $105,000.

According to court documents, David Mero, 58, traveled from Georgia to Virginia and other states on at least thr ...
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United States of America v. Jin Chul "Jacob" Cha

Eastern District of Washington Federal Courthouse - Spokane, Washington

Spokane, WA - California Man Sentenced to 51 Months in Prison for Renewable Fuel Fraud

Jin Chul “Jacob” Cha, 41, of Tustin, California, who pleaded guilty on January 11, 2018 to conspiracy to defraud the government and conspiracy to commit wire fraud was sentenced on April 20, 2018.

According to information disclosed during the court proceedings, Cha was a member of a conspirac ...
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United States of America v. Robert "Larry" Lytle, Ronald D. Weir and Irina Kossovskaia

Federal Courthouse - Rapid City, South Dakota

Rapid City, SD - Three Conspirators Sentenced in $16.6m Fraudulent Medical Device Scheme
Trio Marketed Laser Devices to Elderly Consumers as Cure-All

Three defendants who marketed and sold light-emitting medical devices as a cure-all to consumers, primarily targeting the elderly, were sentenced on April 20, 2018 by a federal judge in Rapid City, South Dakota.

Robert “Larry” ...
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Christopher Troy Cartwright v. The State of Texas

Corporal Dalton Rosenbaum of the Arlington Police Department testified
that on September 23, 2015, while he was working as a patrol officer, he saw a
motorcycle parked in a residential front yard. According to Corporal Rosenbaum,
parking a motorcycle in that manner violated a city ordinance. Corporal
Rosenbaum did not recall that particular resident owning a motorcycle, but he ...
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Sa'Toya Truss v. Civitas Health Services, Inc.

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Richmond, VA - Sa'Toya Truss sued Civitas Health Services, Inc. civil rights job discrimination theory under 42 U.S.C. 2000e. ... More $0 (04-23-2018 - VA)

Neal K. Fields v. Sprint/United Management Company and Mariano Almonte

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Richmond, VA - Neal K. Fields sued Sprint/United Management Company and Mariano Almonte on a personal injury negligence theory. ... More $0 (04-23-2018 - VA)

Serena Nicole Farris v. The State of Texas

One day in February 2016, Arlington police officers Andrea Davis and
Charles Cisneros received a tip that Farris had an outstanding arrest warrant,
that she was likely possessing drugs or drug paraphernalia, and that she could
be found at Don’s Total Car Care. The officers confirmed that she had a warrant
and went to Don’s Total Car Care to arrest her. When they arrived, they ...
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Jackie Wade Herrell Jr v. The State of Texas

On May 1, 2003, Herrell was convicted of sexual assault of a child under
seventeen years of age and sentenced to two years’ confinement. See Tex.
Penal Code Ann. § 22.011(a)(2)(A) (West Supp. 2017). As a result of that
conviction, he was required to register as a sex offender after his release. See
Tex. Code Crim. Proc. Ann. arts. 62.001(5)(A), 62.051(a) (West Supp. 2017). ...
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STATE OF KANSAS v. DAVID S. HANKE

According to testimony at the hearing on Hanke's motion to suppress the evidence, as Sergeant Jason Thompson of the Newton Police Department pulled his patrol car into the well-lit parking lot of a Kwik Shop convenience store around 2 a.m., he noticed a van with its engine running parked in a stall in front of the store. Thompson drove through the parking lot and stopped to talk to an acquaintance ... More $0 (04-23-2018 - )

Machelle Wynne v. Menard, Inc ., and Praetorian Insurance Company

Wynne was employed by Menard and worked at a Menard
store in Scottsbluff, Nebraska. She was injured on the job on
two different occasions—a knee injury suffered on September
25, 2013, and a shoulder injury suffered on July 8, 2014.
On August 7, 2015, the Workers’ Compensation Court found
that Wynne had been injured in the scope and course of
her employment, that she had not ...
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State of Nebraska v. James Cotton

On August 7, 2015, Cotton shot and killed Trevor Bare.
During the evening prior to the shooting, Bare saw Cotton in
the apartment immediately above his own. Because Cotton and
Bare had a negative history together, Bare confronted Cotton
and an argument ensued. After the initial altercation, Bare and
his girlfriend, McKayla Burnette, left the apartment house. A
couple of hou ...
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STATE OF MONTANA v. SHAUN ALLEN DOWNS

Pursuant to Section I, Paragraph 3(c), Montana Supreme Court Internal Operating
Rules, this case is decided by memorandum opinion and shall not be cited and does not
serve as precedent. Its case title, cause number, and disposition shall be included in this
Court’s quarterly list of noncitable cases published in the Pacific Reporter and Montana
Reports.
¶2 Shaun Allen Dow ...
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STATE OF MONTANA v. MYKEL THOMAS O’MALLEY

SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF MONTANA

Pursuant to Section I, Paragraph 3(c), Montana Supreme Court Internal Operating
Rules, this case is decided by memorandum opinion and shall not be cited and does not
serve as precedent. Its case title, cause number, and disposition shall be included in this
Court’s quarterly list of noncitable cases published in the Pacific Reporter and Montana
Reports.
¶2 A jury in the L ...
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STATE OF MONTANA v. MICHAEL GORDON BEAUCHMAN

Pursuant to Section I, Paragraph 3(c)of ourInternal Operating Rules, we decide this
case by memorandum opinion, which shall not be cited and does not serve as precedent.
In the opinion of the Court, the case presents a question controlled by settled law or by the
clear application of applicable standards of review. The case title, cause number, and
disposition shall be includ ...
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STATE OF IOWA vs. CHARLES EARL JONES

Iowa Court of Appeals

Charles Jones was convicted of robbery in the first degree, in violation of
Iowa Code section 711.2 (2016), going armed with intent, in violation of Iowa Code
section 708.8, carrying weapons, in violation of Iowa Code section 724.4, and
making a false report to law enforcement, in violation of Iowa Code section 718.6.
In this appeal, Jones challenges the sufficiency of the evi ...
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STATE OF IOWA vs. DAVID PATRICK BREWER

In December 2015, Brewer was driving west on interstate 80. Brewer’s
vehicle struck the concrete barrier in the median of the interstate. The vehicle then
veered through three lanes of west-bound traffic, drove into the ditch dividing the
highway and on-ramp, jumped over the on-ramp, continued to drive through the
ditch area of the on-ramp, across the north-bound lanes of 14t ...
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STATE OF IOWA vs. DANIELLE ABANG-NTUEN

On July 14, 2015, Danielle Abang-Ntuen, her sister, Beatrice Abang-Ntuen,
and their mother, Wonetah Einfeldt,1 went to the home of Mulika Vinson to resolve
a dispute between Danielle and Mulika. A physical altercation eventually ensued
between Danielle, Beatrice, and Wonetah against Mulika, but the parties dispute
the order of events and who initiated the exchange. Mulika was ...
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United States of America v. Ramesh Venkata Pothuru

Eastern District of Pennsylvania Federal Courthouse - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, PA - H-1B Tech Staffing Company Owner Sentenced To Prison For Collecting Illegal Filing Fees From Visa Recipients
Ramesh Venkata Pothuru, who collected over $450,000 in illegal filing fees and related expenses from more than 100 fraudulent visas and employer-sponsored green cards for nonimmigrant workers from his native India, was sentenced Thursday to one year and one day in pri ...
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David Fischer v. Joannie Fischer

A 15-year marriage between appellant David Fischer and respondent Joannie
Fischer had its “ups and downs,” one down of which was David’s affair—an affair he
promised was “over.” David nevertheless petitioned for dissolution; Joannie resisted; and
the parties attempted reconciliation, in connection with which the trial court would later
conclude David gave “conflicting messages.” Me ...
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Artis Buckley, Jr. v. B & B Designed Systems, Inc.; J. Addison Barnhardt

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Lynchburg, VA - Artis Buckley, Jr. sued B & B Designed Systems, Inc.; J. Addison Barnhardt on auto negligence theories. ... More $0 (04-22-2018 - VA)

STATE OF MISSOURI v. DENNIS JUDSON MATTHEWS

At the time of the underlying conduct, Matthews and Rebecca Matthews1 lived in Richmond with their four children. Their oldest daughter, Karen,2 was four years old at the time; daughter Sara was two years old; and their son Leon was one year old. In addition to their three infants, Matthews and Rebecca had a threeweek-old newborn, daughter Alice. On the morning of August 18, 2012, Matthews was h ... More $0 (04-22-2018 - )

IN THE INTEREST OF: B.P., JUVENILE OFFICER, vs. H.P.(MOTHER)

MISSOURI COURT OF APPEALS WESTERN DISTRICT

This is an ongoing juvenile case. It began in October 2016 when the Juvenile Officer filed
a delinquency petition alleging that twelve-year-old B.P. committed the class D felony of
tampering with a motor vehicle and the class B misdemeanor of property damage. An adjudication
and disposition hearing was held in January 2017, and B.P. admitted the allegations. The circuit
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STATE OF MISSOURI vs. GERMONE CUNNINGHAM

Germone Cunningham appeals the judgment of conviction entered following a jury trial in the Circuit Court of the City of St. Louis finding him guilty of one count of second-degree felony murder and one count of armed criminal action. On appeal, Cunningham contends that there was insufficient evidence to support the judgment of conviction on either count.
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MICHAEL MITCHELL V. STATE OF ARKANSAS

Shannell Holmes was married to the victim, Troy Holmes. Shannell had two
teenage daughters at home, Ayanna and Asia, and Roderick Gulley, Shannell’s cousin, was
staying with the Holmes family. On the evening of December 27, 2014, Roderick began
arguing and “tussling” with his baby’s mother, Tatiana Curry, about their baby spending
the night at the Holmes residence. Roderick “re ...
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JAMES LARAIL SHARP, JR. v. STATE OF ARKANSAS

Appellant was charged in the Sebastian County Circuit Court with one count of
murder in the first degree, a Class Y felony; two counts of aggravated robbery, a Class Y
felony; and one count of kidnapping, a Class Y felony. The charges arose from an event
that occurred on January 23, 2016, and the victim was identified as Kaleb Glenn Watson.
Bailey Smith testified that on Janua ...
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BRIAN ANTONIO SMITH V. STATE OF ARKANSAS

Appellant Brian Smith entered a negotiated plea of guilty to the offenses of robbery
and failure to appear on April 17, 2017. The Faulkner County Circuit Court entered a
sentencing order that same day (1) reflecting that appellant had entered a plea of guilty to
robbery, a class B felony, and failure to appear, a class C felony, and (2) imposing sentences
of 360 months’ impriso ...
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ST. BERNARD PORT, HARBOR & TERMINAL DISTRICT Vs. VIOLET DOCK PORT, INC., LLC

Since the early 1980s, Violet Dock had owned and operated a 75-acre
private industrial port on the Mississippi River in St. Bernard Parish (the
“Property”). Until 2009, Mr. Ruppel was a shareholder/member of Violet Dock.
At that time, Mr. Ruppel was nearing 90 years old, and he divested himself of his
minority interest in Violet Dock.
In December 2010, St. Bernard Port f ...
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STATE OF LOUISIANA V. CHRISTOPHER HUTSELL

In March 2015, Mr. Hutsell and the victim, Julia Anderson (―Ms.
Anderson‖), had been in a romantic relationship for about twenty-one or twenty
two days. Both were part of a traveling community and were in New Orleans
during this time period. On March 19, 2015, around 10:00 p.m., the couple, along
with their three dogs, were in the parking lot of the McDonald‘s ( ...
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STATE OF LOUISIANA V. DUDLEY MELANCON, JR. -AKA- DUDLEY MELANCON

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Defendant, Dudley Melancon, Jr., and Jeremiah Christopher Jones were
charged with first degree robbery, a violation of La.R.S. 14:64.1, on June 11, 2014,
as the result of an incident on May 7, 2014, in which Defendant robbed the victim
of a bank bag. Defendant pled not guilty and requested a jury trial. The charges
against Defendant and Jones were severed, and Defendant was t ...
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STATE OF LOUISIANA V. MICHAEL ADAM DOMINGUE

The victim Donald Dean Trahan, Jr., aka “T-Don,” and his girlfriend
Jennifer Carlile lived in a trailer owned by Defendant. On March 22, 2016, Carlile
went to a hospital with a broken nose and eye sockets, apparently the result of a
beating from the victim. At about the same time that day, the victim was out
fishing. Carlile returned to the trailer after her hospital visit; ...
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United States of America v. Dwayne E. Hans

Eastern District of New York Courthouse - Brooklyn, New York

Brooklyn, NY - Cyber Criminal Sentenced to 36 Months in Prison for Attempting to Steal More Than $3 Million From a Financial Institution and Government Agencies

Defendant Conducted Unauthorized Intrusion into a Government Website, and Attempted to Defraud the U.S. Department of Defense and Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation

Dwayne C. Hans, was sentenced on April 18, 2018 by Un ...
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John Binkowski v. Vincent Holland Grand Island Express, Inc., Grand Island Services, Inc., GIX Logistics, Inc., et al.

Porter County Courthouse - Valparaiso, Indiana

Valparaiso, IN - John Binkowski, age 22, sued Vincent Holland Grand Island Express, Inc. on auto negligence and respondeat superior theories claiming that he was severely injured and damages as a direct result on being injured in a automobile semi-tractor trailer accident on Indiana Highway 49 in Porter County, Indiana on on March 7, 2015.

Binkowski's vehicle was hit from behind while st ...
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Nathan Paul Jones v. Michael J. Astrue

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Big Stone Gap, VA - Nathan Paul Jones sued Michael J. Astrue seek review of the decision of the Department of Health and Human Services to deny his application for SSID benefits. ... More $0 (04-21-2018 - VA)

STATE OF LOUISIANA VERSUS PHARAOH BRAZELL

On August 22, 2014, defendant was charged by grand jury indictment with
(Count 1) attempted first degree murder, (Count 2) aggravated rape,2 and (Count 3)second degree kidnapping of K.H.3 At his arraignment on August 27, 2015,
defendant pled not guilty to all charges. On January 5, 2016, the State amended
Count 1 of the indictment from attempted first degree murder, a violation of ...
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State of Louisiana v. Billy R. Meadows, Jr.

On January 10, 2017, Billy R. Meadows pled guilty to second degree
cruelty to a juvenile, and was subsequently adjudicated a fourth felony
offender pursuant to La. R.S. 15:529.1. As a result of the habitual offender
adjudication, Meadows’ sentence was enhanced from 40 years of
imprisonment at hard labor to imprisonment for the rest of his natural life.
Meadows urges the f ...
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CHRIST'S LEGACY CHURCH v. TRINITY GROUP ARCHITECTS

Plaintiff originally filed suit against Defendants on January 31, 2011. However, the trial court dismissed Plaintiff's original petition without prejudice and, in January 2012, Plaintiff re-filed its petition. As stated above, Plaintiff asserted theories of breach of contract and negligence against Trinity. However, in March 2012, Trinity filed a motion to dismiss in which it argued, among other t ... More $0 (04-21-2018 - OK)

PATRICK WHIGHAM v. KANSAS DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE

Patrick Whigham appeals the administrative suspension of his driver's license by the Kansas Department of Revenue (KDR).

Whigham was arrested for driving under the influence (DUI). He was read a 2013 version of the DC-70 implied consent advisories, which included the criminal penalties found facially unconstitutional in State v. Ryce, 303 Kan. 899, 368 P.3d 342 (2016) (Ryce I), aff'd ...
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