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Alleged serial bank robber sprung by New York bail law turns himself in

An alleged serial bank robber in New York whose repeated heists cast light on a new bail-reform law unexpectedly turned himself into authorities Friday.Gerod Woodberry walked into the Manhattan Criminal Courthouse and said “I’m Woodberry,” according to the New York Post. “I’m the one that’s been robbing banks.”He is charged on suspicion for the Jan. 10 robbery of a……

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3 more men linked to white supremacist group arrested in Georgia

Three more men linked to a white supremacist group were charged with plotting to murder a married Georgia couple who were part of the Antifa movement, authorities said Friday, a day after three other group members were arrested on federal charges in other states.Luke Austin Lane, 21; Michael Helterbrand, 25; and Jacob Kaderli,, 19, remained in custody Friday. All three……

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Michigan man finds over $43G in couch he bought from store

Howard Kirby, of Michigan, got the surprise of his life last month when he found over $43,000 in cash inside a couch he’d purchased at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Owosso.“It still boggles my mind every so often,” he told CBS 5 on Thursday.Kirby purchased the couch to outfit his man cave but said the……

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Former Gitmo commander found guilty of obstructing justice in civilian’s 2015 death

A federal jury on Friday convicted former Naval Station Guantanamo Bay commander Capt. John Nettleton of obstructing justice and other offenses during the Navy’s investigation of a civilian’s death in 2015.Nettleton, 54, was also found guilty of making false statements, concealing information and falsifying records as the military probed Christopher M. Tur’s death, the Justice Department……

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Alleged serial bank robber sprung by New York bail law turns himself in

An alleged serial bank robber in New York whose repeated heists cast light on a new bail-reform law unexpectedly turned himself into authorities Friday.Gerod Woodberry walked into the Manhattan Criminal Courthouse and said “I’m Woodberry,” according to the New York Post. “I’m the one that’s been robbing banks.”He is charged on suspicion for the Jan. 10 robbery of a……

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3 more men linked to white supremacist group arrested in Georgia

Three more men linked to a white supremacist group were charged with plotting to murder a married Georgia couple who were part of the Antifa movement, authorities said Friday, a day after three other group members were arrested on federal charges in other states.Luke Austin Lane, 21; Michael Helterbrand, 25; and Jacob Kaderli,, 19, remained in custody Friday. All three……

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Michigan man finds over $43G in couch he bought from store

Howard Kirby, of Michigan, got the surprise of his life last month when he found over $43,000 in cash inside a couch he’d purchased at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Owosso.“It still boggles my mind every so often,” he told CBS 5 on Thursday.Kirby purchased the couch to outfit his man cave but said the……

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Former Gitmo commander found guilty of obstructing justice in civilian’s 2015 death

A federal jury on Friday convicted former Naval Station Guantanamo Bay commander Capt. John Nettleton of obstructing justice and other offenses during the Navy’s investigation of a civilian’s death in 2015.Nettleton, 54, was also found guilty of making false statements, concealing information and falsifying records as the military probed Christopher M. Tur’s death, the Justice Department……

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At least 1 dead, 1 seriously hurt in Northern California avalanche, authorities say

An avalanche at Alpine Meadows ski resort in Northern California killed at least one person and severely injured another, authorities said Friday.The Sierra Avalanche Center warned of a possible avalanche at all elevations following a storm that passed through the area on Thursday, according to The Associated Press. The storm reportedly brought 25 inches of snow in 24……

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