Ohio News: Cleveland man, Joshua Hych twice convicted of domestic violence indicted for having a gun

Cleveland, Ohio – A Cleveland man twice convicted of domestic violence was indicted for having a gun. Joshua Hych, 24, was indicted in federal court on one count of possession of a firearm after misdemeanor crime of domestic violence. Hych on Sept. 26 possessed a Taurus 9mm handgun, despite convictions for domestic violence in 2012 and … Continue reading Ohio News: Cleveland man, Joshua Hych twice convicted of domestic violence indicted for having a gun

North Carolina News: CHARLOTTE, Jose Antonio Hendricks, Online Distributor Of Child Pornography Is Sentenced To 16.5 Years

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Today, U.S. District Judge Robert J. Conrad, Jr. sentenced Jose Antonio Hendricks, 60, of Charlotte, to 198 months in prison on child pornography charges, announced Andrew Murray, U.S. Attorney for the Western District of North Carolina. In addition to the prison term imposed, Judge Conrad ordered Hendricks to serve 20 years under … Continue reading North Carolina News: CHARLOTTE, Jose Antonio Hendricks, Online Distributor Of Child Pornography Is Sentenced To 16.5 Years

BALTIMORE | Man shouts ‘Heil Hitler’ during ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ show

BALTIMORE— A man laced the atmosphere of a Baltimore theater with menace when he began shouting “Heil Hitler! Heil Trump!” during intermission of a classic play set in a Jewish village in czarist Russia. The patron’s pro-Nazi and pro-Trump outburst during a Wednesday night production of “Fiddler on the Roof” sent panicked people running for … Continue reading BALTIMORE | Man shouts ‘Heil Hitler’ during ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ show

CHARLESTON, S.C. | The Latest: Pusica, Northeastern top Alabama 68-52

CHARLESTON, S.C.— The Latest on the Charleston Classic (all times local): 4 p.m. Vasa Pusica had 20 points and Northeastern beat a Southeastern Conference opponent for the first time in six tries with a 68-52 win over Alabama at the Charleston Classic on Thursday. The Huskies (2-1) will face No. 16 Virginia Tech on Friday … Continue reading CHARLESTON, S.C. | The Latest: Pusica, Northeastern top Alabama 68-52

Ohio News: Cleveland, Tamiko Parker, Former executive director of Collinwood and Nottingham Villages Development Corporation arrested and charged with embezzling $172,000 from the nonprofit

Cleveland, Ohio – A former executive director of a Cleveland community development corporation was arrested this morning for embezzling more than $172,000 from the Collinwood and Nottingham Villages Development Corporation. Tamiko Parker, 46, of Cleveland, is scheduled to appear on Thursday at 2 p.m. in U.S. District Court in Cleveland. She has been indicted on … Continue reading Ohio News: Cleveland, Tamiko Parker, Former executive director of Collinwood and Nottingham Villages Development Corporation arrested and charged with embezzling $172,000 from the nonprofit

Ohio News: Warrensville Heights man, Brandon M. Ojikutu indicted on fentanyl, cocaine, firearms and food stamp fraud charges

Warrensville Heights, Ohio – A Warrensville Heights man was indicted on federal drug, firearms and food stamp fraud charges. Brandon M. Ojikutu, 26, possessed fentanyl, cocaine, a Ruger 9 mm handgun and ammunition on May 26. Ojikutu used the firearm as part of his drug trafficking but was prohibited from having a firearm and ammunition because … Continue reading Ohio News: Warrensville Heights man, Brandon M. Ojikutu indicted on fentanyl, cocaine, firearms and food stamp fraud charges

Ohio News: Six people from Northeast Ohio indicted on federal firearms charges Six people were indicted on federal firearms charges.

Ohio – Indicted are: Eric J. Allen, 31, of Akron; Lyjesta Jerry Agee, 31, of Cleveland; Howard T. Duncan, 26, of Cleveland; Dwaine Rucker, Jr., 25, Cleveland; Christopher Brenick, 23, of Valley View, and Eric Reynolds, 20, of Valley View. All are charged with being felons in possession of firearms, except Brenick and Reynolds, who … Continue reading Ohio News: Six people from Northeast Ohio indicted on federal firearms charges Six people were indicted on federal firearms charges.

Technology companies lead afternoon rebound for US stocks

U.S. stocks recovered from an early slide Thursday, placing the market on course to break a five-day losing streak. Gains in technology companies, banks and industrial stocks outweighed losses among big retailers, homebuilders and utilities. Energy stocks rose along with crude oil. European indexes finished mostly lower as the British pound slumped amid discord over … Continue reading Technology companies lead afternoon rebound for US stocks