Polk County school on lockdown due to report of 'suspicious person'. Winter Haven Police say Phillip Simons, 52, was abusing a disabled woman and a disabled year-old boy. According to the victim, Simons repeatedly beat her with a walking stick he named, the "stupid stick," but the abuse took a chilling turn.
The victim, Ashley Clark, 18, was found bound, gagged and bleeding on Friday by police officers and her mother, who had called when she returned from work and found the house, in Hanover Township, ransacked. Ashley Clark told the police she had been beaten throughout the day, sometimes with a baseball bat. The police also said her hair had been cut off.
Hoffman was bound with duct tape, shot in the back of the head, and pushed into a river near a hiking trail outside Anchorage on June 2, the department said in a statement. Hoffman was brought to Thunderbird Falls by Brehmer and McIntosh in a truck borrowed from Leyland under the ruse they were going on a hike near the Eklutna River, the statement said. A grand jury indicted all six defendants Friday for first-degree murder, first-degree conspiracy to commit murder, and two counts of second-degree murder and other charges.
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Hennepin County Judge Fred Karasov sentenced the man Wednesday for crimes committed against the women when they were teenagers, and for endangering his third daughter, who is a juvenile. One of the twins said in a victim impact statement that their father "hurt, used and abused the whole family. The twins, now years-old, were not at the hearing.
The Central Park jogger case was a criminal case based on the assault and rape of Trisha Meili, a year-old white woman who was jogging in the park, and attacks on eight other persons, in areas ranging from the North Woods of Manhattan 's Central Park to the Reservoiron the night of April 19, Three of the victims were black or Hispanic. The New York Times in described the attack on her as "one of the most widely publicized crimes of the s".
Prosecutors say they need more time to investigate the case before handing down indictments. Four of the five teenagers accused of raping an year-old woman last week in a Brooklyn playground have been released without bail as authorities continue to investigate the complex case, according to reports. A fourth was released Thursday. The D.
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