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Contractor Facing Larceny Charges After Refusing To Issue Refund

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A West Palm Beach flooring contractor is facing fraud charges after taking a more than $7,000 deposit from a resident and then refusing to either do the work or refund the money. This is the second such case in the past month dealing with contractors who take deposits for work and then simply don’t… Read More »

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Car Dealership Heir Takes Alford Plea In Rape Case

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There’s a lot to unpack here, so let’s start out with the obvious. A car dealership heir was accused of rape. He pleaded guilty to felony battery charges and will be placed on probation for five years. Depending on the success of his probation, he will not have a record for sex crimes. Had… Read More »

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Hockey Masked-Man Tied To Shooting Death Of Woman Outside Bar

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A man wielding a Jason (from Friday the 13th) mask and a gun is believed to have shot and killed a woman outside of a West Palm Beach bar, according to authorities. Among the evidence against the man is a surveillance video showing a hockey-mask-wearing man in the parking lot. Police recovered the man’s… Read More »

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QAnon Shaman Gets 41 Months In Federal Prison

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Jacob Chansley is in hot water after a night of cosplay went terribly awry. Known forever as “the QAnon Shaman”, federal prosecutors characterized Chansley as “the flag bearer” of the Capitol Riots, a major player who invested heavily in the preparation and execution of the storm on Congress during then-President-Elect, Joe Biden’s counting of… Read More »

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Ahmaud Arbery Trial Results In Guilty Verdict

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The verdict is being read in court as this article is being written. As of this moment, the jury has come back with a guilty verdict against Travis McMichael on one count of malicious murder and four counts of felony murder. He will spend the rest of his life in prison if the verdict… Read More »

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Reflections On Kyle Rittenhouse

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There are two ways to make a case against Kyle Rittenhouse. The first is to claim that he didn’t lawfully have the right to exercise self-defense in the heat of the moment because he placed himself as a willing combatant into harm’s way. The other is to claim that he didn’t exercise self-defense in… Read More »

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Crossfire Incident Leads To First-Degree Murder Charge

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Imagine getting so mad at someone that you hunt them down with your pal in a vehicle and try to shoot them. Instead of shooting the target, you hit an innocent bystander who is caught in the crossfire. Now you’re facing one count of first-degree murder, one count of attempted first-degree murder, and a… Read More »

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Request For Criminal Charges Denied In Golf Cart Vehicular Homicide Case

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The Palm Beach County state’s attorney declined to pursue charges against a man who was accused of vehicular homicide and reckless driving. According to the police, the man was driving across a stretch where golfers generally crossed in golf carts. An 82-year-old man and a 77-year-old man were in the golf cart when it… Read More »

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