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    (CNN)Arrest warrants have been issued for 46 members of a fraternity at the University of New Hampshire, accusing them of student hazing at an event in April, police said this week.The university's Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) chapter was suspended over the allegations, which were reported to the school by the fraternity's national organization, the school has said.Hazing is suspected to have happened at the university's SAE chapter house on April 13, at an event involving new members, police in the university's host town of Durham said in a news release.Warrants were issued for 46 SAE members on Tuesday, and 10 of them were arrested by Friday at 2 p.m., police said. Those 10 have been charged with hazing, a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of up to $1,200, police said.Two fraternity members charged in Stone Foltz hazing death acquitted of involuntary manslaughter, reckless homicidePolice did not release details about the allegations, and CNN's attempts to obtain the charging documents or a comment from the Strafford County attorney's office weren't immediately successful. Read MorePolice said they began investigating April 18, when...
    Republican Texas House Speaker Dade Phelan has issued arrest warrants for 52 Democratic lawmakers who broke quorum for the third time over voting rights. The decision was approved after the Texas House voted 80-12 to move forward with the arrests for absent members, which enabled Phelan to issue the warrants. It's the second time that such a vote has been taking during ongoing quorum-bust. The Texas Supreme Court on Tuesday also overturned a trial court judge's ruling that would have prevented absent Democrats from being arrested. It all comes in an effort to achieve the quorum - a minimum number of members present in the chamber - needed to advance legislation, in this case, specifically on voting rights in Texas. Texas House Speaker Dade Phelon, serving the 21st District of the State, signed 52 civil arrests warrants on Tuesday for missing Democrats who have denied Republicans a quorum for more than three weeks  The warrants for the 52 absent Democrats will be delivered to the House Sergeant-at-Arms on Wednesday morning Democrats were hoping that their flit would deny the...
    Statehouse Democrats can only be arrested inside Texas' borders. If they stay away, there's nothing Republicans can do. On Tuesday, the Texas House of Representatives voted to authorize the arrest of statehouse Democrats who've refused to show up for round three of the Texas Republican attempt to turn the party's insurrection-inciting hoaxes into new state anti-voting rights legislation. Texas House Speaker Dade Phelan wasted no time in signing arrest warrants, so any of the members of the Texas House who are still in Texas will now be hunted down by state law enforcement and taken to the House chamber by force. The Texas Supreme Court cleared the way for the arrests earlier this week when they stayed a lower court order temporarily blocking those arrests. This isn't the first time Texas Republicans have issued such warrants; they did so after Democrats moved en masse to Washington, D.C., to block the previous Republican attempt to get new voting restrictions passed. But the warrants can't be enforced outside of the state of Texas, so as long as state Democratic lawmakers stay more...
    Republican Texas House Speaker Dade Phelan officially signed civil arrests warrants for 52 Democratic lawmakers who broke quorum for the third time over voting rights, according to Phelan spokesperson Enrique Marquez.  The decision was approved after the Texas House voted 80-12 to move forward with the arrests for absent members, which enabled Phelan to issue the warrants. It's the second time that such a vote has been taking during ongoing quorum-bust. The Texas Supreme Court on Tuesday also overturned a trial court judge's ruling that would have prevented absent Democrats from being arrested. It all comes in an effort to achieve the quorum needed to advance legislation, in this case, specifically on voting rights in Texas. Texas House Speaker Dade Phelon, serving the 21st District of the State, signed 52 civil arrests warrants on Tuesday for missing Democrats who have denied Republicans a quorum for more than three weeks  Democrats were hoping that they would break what's called a quorum — the minimum number of lawmakers required to conduct official business — by fleeing the state to stop Republicans'...
    The search for Kristin Smart's remains is continuing after the college classmate who was the last person seen with her before she vanished nearly 25 years ago was charged with her murder.  Suspicion has long followed Paul Flores, now 44, ever since Smart disappeared from the Cal Poly University campus in San Luis Obispo back in 1996 on her way home from a frat party.  Despite being a suspect from day one, investigators say they never had enough evidence to charge Flores over Smart's disappearance until Tuesday when he was taken into custody on suspicion of murdering the 19-year-old.  His father, Ruben Flores, 80, was also arrested as an accessory to the crime.  The lengthy road to an arrest culminated this week after years of conducting more than 40 search warrants, collecting nearly 200 new pieces of evidence and using modern DNA techniques to retest old evidence. Since 2019, investigators have also been tracking Flores' phone and text messages.  And last month, they used ground penetrating radars to search for Smart's remains at the Flores family home.     Still, the search...
    SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — An Ojo Caliente man with warrants out for his arrest has been taken into custody after a high-speed chase., according to the New Mexico State Police They said 24-year-old Jeffrey Martinez was being held on suspicion of three counts of aggravated battery on a peace officer, three counts of aggravated assault on a peace officer and one count each of retaining stolen property and aggravated fleeing a peace officer. Martinez was wanted on warrants for aggravated DWI, criminal damage to property, breaking and entering, drug possession, child abuse, disorderly conduct and obstructing a police officer, state police said Police and Santa Fe County Sheriff’s officials responded to a report of a stolen vehicle pulling a camper trailer Friday afternoon. The vehicle sped off, striking and injuring a deputy with the camper. Authorities said another deputy fired at least one shot at Martinez, but missed. Martinez later was arrested on State Road 503 in Cundiyo. Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Tags: New Mexico, Associated...
    JOLIET, Ill. (WLS) -- Joliet contractor Joseph Hisel is facing new arrest warrants and new accusations from two customers who said they paid him for home renovations that were never completed.Hisel has been the subject of multiple I-Team investigations, dating back to 2014.I-Team: Unfinished basements"From the day the warrant was issued, Joseph Hisel has been on the run and we don't currently know where he's at," said Detective Sergeant Chris Altiery, Braidwood Police Department.Hisel has been charged with and convicted of theft and home repair fraud, with accusations from many from unhappy customers.Joliet contractor ordered to pay back homeownerHis two most recent charges are in Will County. A Braidwood resident said he gave Hisel a $975 down payment for a decking job in April but never heard from Hisel again so he turned to police."He got on Facebook and he found a company called Home Repairs for Less. He did the proper amount of vetting, he thought, looked into them and they appeared to be legitimate," said Altiery.Altiery said Hisel signed his work-proposal "J.H.", so at first, police didn't know...
    Milford Police have arrested a New Haven man with a whopping seven outstanding warrants out for his arrest. Clinton Edwards, 49, New Haven, was arrested on July 21, while police were investigating the report of a stolen vehicle, police said. Among other things, Edwards is accused of skipping out on scheduled court appearances five times in 2020. Edwards is being charged with possession of a stolen license plate, two counts of larceny, two counts of conspiracy to commit larceny, and five counts of failure to appear, police said. He is being held on an $82,500 bond. On July 21, Milford police located a vehicle with a stolen license plate parked at the Motel 6 on Schoolhouse Road. Edwards is accused of possessing the stolen plate. During the investigation, police discovered seven outstanding warrants for Edwards’ arrest. The allegations against Edwards are: In January and February he returned $179 worth of stolen merchandise to a Marshalls on Boston Post Road; Failing to appear in court on Jan. 14, stemming from an arrest in February of 2015 in Shelton for larceny and...
    Milford Police have arrested a New Haven man with a whopping seven outstanding warrants out for his arrest. Clinton Edwards, 49, New Haven, was arrested on July 21, while police were investigating the report of a stolen vehicle, police said. Among other things, Edwards is accused of skipping out on scheduled court appearances five times in 2020. Edwards is being charged with possession of a stolen license plate, two counts of larceny, two counts of conspiracy to commit larceny, and five counts of failure to appear, police said. He is being held on an $82,500 bond. On July 21, Milford police located a vehicle with a stolen license plate parked at the Motel 6 on Schoolhouse Road. Edwards is accused of possessing the stolen plate. During the investigation, police discovered seven outstanding warrants for Edwards’ arrest. The allegations against Edwards are: In January and February he returned $179 worth of stolen merchandise to a Marshalls on Boston Post Road; Failing to appear in court on Jan. 14, stemming from an arrest in February of 2015 in Shelton for larceny and...
    MEXICO CITY (AP) — Nearly six years after 43 students disappeared in Mexico’s southern Guerrero state, Attorney General Alejandro Gertz Manero said Tuesday that prosecutors had requested 46 arrest warrants for municipal officials in the state in relation to the case. The warrants are based on forced disappearance and organized crime charges, Gertz Manero said. Many of these officials were arrested previously and released over time when the cases against them fell apart. Gertz Manero said the new charges were never investigated or brought by prosecutors at the time. The original investigation concluded in what the then attorney general called the “historic truth” that the 43 students from the teaching college at Ayotzinapa were abducted by police in Iguala in September 2014 and handed over to the criminal gang Guerreros Unidos, which killed them and burned their bodies. Outside experts found numerous flaws in the investigation. Gertz Manero said Tuesday that there is still an international search underway for Tomás Zerón, the case’s chief investigator as head of the Criminal Investigation Agency. An arrest warrant was obtained for Zerón in...
    MEXICO CITY (AP) — Nearly six years after 43 students disappeared in Mexico’s southern Guerrero state, Attorney General Alejandro Gertz Manero said Tuesday that prosecutors had requested 46 arrest warrants for municipal officials in the state in relation to the case. The warrants are based on forced disappearance and organized crime charges, Gertz Manero said. Many of these officials were arrested previously and released over time when the cases against them fell apart. Gertz Manero said the new charges were never investigated or brought by prosecutors at the time. The original investigation concluded in what the then attorney general called the “historic truth” that the 43 students from the teaching college at Ayotzinapa were abducted by police in Iguala in September 2014 and handed over to the criminal gang Guerreros Unidos, which killed them and burned their bodies. Outside experts found numerous flaws in the investigation. Gertz Manero said Tuesday that there is still an international search underway for Tomás Zerón, the case’s chief investigator as head of the Criminal Investigation Agency. An arrest warrant was obtained for Zerón in...
    An alert has been issued by New York State Police investigators in the Hudson Valley who are attempting to locate a woman with multiple warrants out for her arrest. New York State Police in Hastings seek to locate Christina Daggett, who is wanted for endangering the welfare of a child, criminal possession of a controlled substance, and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. A warrant was issued by the Hastings Town Court on Saturday, Jan. 18 after Daggett failed to appear in court following her arrest for endangering the welfare of a child. Police said a second warrant was issued on Monday, Feb. 3 when she failed to appear in court following her arrest in 2017, when she was busted with Hydrocodone, Oxycodone, and was driving with a suspended license. Daggett, 34, was described as being 5-foot tall weighing approximately 145 pounds with blonde hair and blue eyes. Anyone with information regarding her whereabouts has been asked to contact New York State Police investigators in Hastings by calling (315) 366-600 or emailing [email protected] referencing case number 9409896.
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