The former assistant of 33-year-old CEO Fahim Saleh pleads not guilty to first-degree murder charges on Tuesday in Manhattan, New York. Tyrese Haspil, 21, had previously worked for Tech CEO Fahim Saleh as an executive assistant who handled his financial and personal affairs.
According to The New York Post, Haspil had stolen $90,000 from Saleh by transferring the money through his PayPal and Intuit accounts. When Saleh found out, he fired Haspil and dealt with him instead of calling the police. He arranged a brokered repayment plan so that Haspil would continue paying off his debt to him.
The 31-year-old man accused of murdering and dismembering his parents is on trial on Monday, September 29. Joel Guy Jr. was 28 years old when he mercilessly killed his parents and dismembered their bodies. It was Thanksgiving week in 2016, and Joel had traveled from his home in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, to Knox County, Tennessee.
A 77-year-old man from Fort Worth Texas, has been arrested for the 1974 murder of a teenage girl on Monday morning. According to CBS Austin, police arrested Glen McCurley and charged him with capital murder for the slaying of 17-year-old Carla Walker
On February 17, 1974, Carla and her boyfriend parked outside a bowling alley during a Valentine’s Day party. The Washington Post reports that McCurley pistol-whipped the boy and then kidnapped Carla from the parking lot. Three days later, she is found stuffed inside an underground tunnel near Lake Benbrook.
Investigators said Robin Howington tried to deceive them and destroy evidence after her daughter, Destiny, was shot and killed in their Fountain City home
Evidence about the supposed final hours of teenage receptionist Sarah Spiers, as she was allegedly attacked by accused Claremont serial killer Bradley Edwards in Mosman Park, was too unreliable to prove him guilty, the WA Supreme Court has heard.
Stephanie Mayorga and Paige Escalera’s new roommate found one of their cell phones left behind on their bed.
A compound bow and a pair of binoculars stolen as part of a January crime spree in Clackamas County were recovered by investigators during a sting that led authorities to a man wanted for selling heroin.
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On Wednesday morning, members of the Sheriff’s Office and FBI were seen outside the Arroyo Grande home of the mother of Paul Flores, and posted caution tape to keep people out.
There’s mounting evidence that organized retail theft rings are targeting the homeless and drug addicts to do their stealing.