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In August 2014, Anthony and the complaining witness began exchanging
argumentative messages on a social networking website. Events escalated
when Anthony began posting threatening language directed at the complaining
witness. On August 5, Anthony went to the complaining witness’s home. The
complaining witness and another witness both told officers that Anthony pulled a
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Rico McNeal appeals following judgment and sentence entered upon his
guilty pleas to possession with intent to deliver crack cocaine, in violation of Iowa
Code section 124.401(1)(c)(3) (2015), and possession of marijuana, third or
subsequent offense, in violation of sections 124.401(5) and 124.204(4)(m). We
preserve his claim of ineffective assistance of counsel and affirm the... More...
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During the summer of 2015, Savala began staying at his mother’s home.
His mother allowed him to stay at her home on the condition that Savala refrain
from using methamphetamine. During one of his stays, Savala began
withdrawing from the effects of methamphetamine and began displaying volatile
and aggressive behavior. This led Savala’s mother to lock the door after him one More...
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The Burlington Police Department used a confidential informant to conduct
a series of controlled drug buys from Johnson. The first buy took place on
May 21, 2015, and three more buys were conducted, with the last taking place
on July 17, 2015. In each transaction the controlled substance was cocaine.
After the last transaction, the officers obtained a search warrant to sear... More...
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Feuring, who is seventy-four years old, had been acquainted with YY1
since she was a young child. When YY was approximately fourteen years old,
Feuring began making comments that made her uncomfortable. YY testified, “He
would tell me how I appealed to him, tell me how beautiful I was. He would ask
me if I had a boyfriend. He would tell me that he would always take care of ... More...
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Bradley Qualls was charged by trial information with invasion of privacy—
nudity, a serious misdemeanor. The complaining witness is an adult relative of
Qualls’s wife.
In the spring of 2014, the complaining witness went to Qualls’s home to
use a basement shower, as the shower at the complaining witness’s home was
inoperable. While she showered, Qualls admitted to recordi... More...
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For entertainment on Black Friday morning, Cassandra Stever and her
mother decided to gamble at Ameristar Casino in Council Bluffs. After some
initial success on the slot machines, Stever’s luck soured, and she moved to a
different bank of machines away from the spot where her mother was playing.
At her new location, a man later identified as Divis sat down next to
S... More...
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United States of America v. Matthew John Mingoia, Jr.

Boise, ID - Twin Falls Man Sentenced to Seven Years in Federal Prison for Methamphetamine Distribution

Matthew John Mingoia, Jr., 62, of Twin Falls, Idaho, was sentenced to 84 months in prison for possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute, U.S. Attorney Wendy J. Olson announced. Senior U.S. District Judge Edward J. Lodge also ordered Mingoia to serve three years of s... More...
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United States of America v. Elias Mejia

San Antonio, TX - Methamphetamine Trafficker in San Antonio Sentenced to More Than 21 Years in Federal Prison

Elias Mejia, age 60, a citizen of Mexico, was sentenced to 262 months in federal prison for trafficking in methamphetamine.

On March 9, 2016, Mejia pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute methamphetamine. By pleading guilty, Mejia ... More...
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United States of America v. Alicia Myles

Houston, TX - Final Defendant Sentenced in Aggravated Identity Theft and Wire Fraud Scheme

A Houston woman was ordered to federal prison following her conviction of wire fraud and aggravated identity theft. Alicia Myles, 32, pleaded guilty Oct. 9, 2015.

U.S. District Judge David Hittner ordered Myles to serve a total of 42 months – 18 months for the wire fraud and a consecutive ... More...
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United States of America v. Darnell Mayne Menard

Houston, TX - Houston Man Heads to Prison for Credit Card Fraud

A 29-year-old Houston resident was ordered to federal prison following his convictions of conspiring to commit credit card fraud and aggravated identity theft. Darnell Wayne Menard pleaded guilty as charged.

U.S. District Judge Nancy Atlas sentenced Menard to 57 months for the conspiracy as well as a mandatory and co... More...
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Briefly, the salient facts are that Boruch and the victim were employees of
a traveling carnival. They shared a semitrailer for storage, and their sleeping
quarters—called “possum” or “pot” bellies—were on opposite sides of the same
trailer. On an evening after working at the Dallas County fairgrounds, they ended
up at a bar, drinking several alcoholic beverages and playing p... More...
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State of Oklahoma v. Rhett Steven Martin Ragland

Shawnee, OK - Defendant Acquitted On Assault and Battery Charge

The State of Oklahoma charged Rhett Steven Martin Ragland, age 21, with two felony assault and battery with a dangerous weapon in violation 21 O.S. 645, 652, 653 and 681 for shooting a weapon at 3 a.m. in the Sacred Heart area of south Pottawatomie County on August 6, 2015.

Title 21 O.S. 645 provides:

Every ... More...
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State of Missouri vs. Mallorie M. Barnett

Viewed in the light most favorable to the verdict, the following evidence was adduced at
trial: In August 2011, Defendant was hired by the Division of Youth Services to work as a
special education teacher at the Montgomery City Youth Center (the Center). The Center is
run by the Department of Social Services and is a secure residential facility for youth who have been convicted of... More...
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State of Oklahoma v. Orlando Delgaldo

Tulsa, OK - Jury Convicts Defendant of Shooting Woman Outside Bar

The State of Oklahoma charged Orlando Delgado, age 24, with shooting Johanna Kauley with intent to kill in violation of 21 O.S. 652 A outside the Las Brisas Bar on Memorial Drive in Tulsa, Oklahoma on November 16, 2016.

21 O.S. 652 A provides:

A. Every person who intentionally and wrongfully shoots another... More...
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United States of American v. Brandon L. Hennerberg

Lincoln, NE - Former Fairbury Man Sentenced to 35 Years in Prison for Being Part of a Child Exploitation Enterprise

Brandon L. Hennerberg, 31, formerly of Fairbury, Nebraska, was sentenced to 35 years in federal prison for his participation in a child exploitation enterprise. Hennerberg was sentenced by U.S. Senior District Court Judge Richard G. Kopf in Lincoln, Nebraska. He was origin... More...
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United States of America v. Francisco Gonzalez

Oakland, CA - Contra Costa Resident Sentenced To 12 Years’ Imprisonment For Trafficking Methamphetamine And Illegally Possessing Firearms

Norteño gang member admitted selling drugs and firearms to undercover agents

Francisco Gonzalez was sentenced to 144 months’ imprisonment for possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine and for being a felon in possession of a firearm ... More...
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United States of America v. Juan Matias Trevino

Brownsville, TX - Texas Syndicate Gang Member Ordered to Federal Prison

A member of the Texas-based prison and street gang known as the Texas Syndicate was ordered to federal prison for narcotics trafficking. Juan Matias Trevino, 29, of Brownsville, pleaded guilty Feb. 2, 2016, to possession with intent to distribute one kilogram of methamphetamine.

U.S. District Judge Rolando Ol... More...
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John Charles Terry v. The State of Texas

Appellant John Charles Terry was convicted of driving while intoxicated and
sentenced to ten days in jail. His counsel filed a notice of appeal but did not timely file a brief. This
Court abated the appeal and remanded to the trial court for a hearing to determine why counsel had
not filed a brief. Tex. R. App. P. 38.8(b)(2), (3).
At the hearing, counsel introduced three documen... More...
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James Robert Montoya, Jr. v. The State of Texas

M.A., the victim in this case, was returning to her home in New Braunfels after
leaving her job at Taco Bell at approximately 1:15 a.m. The victim was traveling south on Interstate
Highway 35 when her car ran out of gas and stalled just north of San Marcos near the Blanco River
turnaround. After trying to call family and friends for help, M.A. decided to walk to the nearest
gas s... More...
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Elizabeth Ann Black v. The State of Texas

During the suppression hearing, the only witness to testify was Officer Rodriguez,
but the State also introduced into evidence a recording from Officer Rodriguez’s dashboard camera.
In his testimony, Officer Rodriguez explained that he had received training related to performing
traffic stops and regarding the scope of the Transportation Code. Further, he explained that on the
nig... More...
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United States of America v. Jack Palmer

Bangor, ME - Winter Harbor Man Convicted of Possession of Child Pornography

Jack Palmer, 66, of Winter Harbor was convicted following a jury trial in U.S. District Court of possession of child pornography.

The evidence at trial revealed that on October 23, 2014, law enforcement officers executed a search warrant at Palmer’s residence where they recovered a laptop computer and com... More...
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Nelson Michael Daniel v. The State of Texas

Nelson Michael Daniel was indicted for continuous sexual abuse of a young child.
See Tex. Penal Code § 21.02. He pleaded guilty to aggravated sexual assault. See id. § 22.021. Daniel
also pleaded true to an allegation of a prior felony conviction, and the trial court sentenced him to
40 years’ imprisonment. In his sole point of error, he contends that the trial court lacked jurisdi... More...
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Tony Robleto v. The State of Texas

After the trial court denied his pretrial motion to suppress, appellant Tony Robleto
pled guilty and judicially confessed to three felony drug offenses: possession of a controlled
substance with intent to deliver, methamphetamine, see Tex. Health & Safety Code §§ 481.112(a)
(defining offense of possession with intent to deliver controlled substance in Penalty Group 1),
481.102(6) ... More...
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Clifton Crews Hoyt v. The State of Texas

Clifton Crews Hoyt was charged with driving while intoxicated. See Tex. Penal
Code § 49.04(a) (listing elements of offense). The indictment also alleged that Hoyt had previously
been convicted of the offense on two prior occasions, which elevated the level of the offense to
a third-degree felony. See id. § 49.09(b)(2). In addition, the indictment alleged that Hoyt was also
prev... More...
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