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Man charged in violent home invasion in NJ

A man is charged with a violent home invasion, and police say, he is no stranger to them.

On Wednesday, Camden County authorities charged 21-year-old Dante Robinson for a violent home invasion.

But he remains in the hospital after sources say he was shot during the crime.

He is also the same Dante Robinson who was charged in connection with 12-year-old Autumn Pasquale’s 2012 killing in Clayton, New Jersey.

“I knew it was going to happen, it was just a matter of time,” said Tony Pasquale.

Autumn’s father says the court should never have let Robinson out.

As a teenager Dante was charged with his teenage brother Justin.

Justin is serving a seventeen year sentence after a guilty plea to the crime.

In 2013 Dante was released from a juvenile facility after pleading guilty to an obstruction of justice charge.

At the time the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office handled the Gloucester County case.

Just after midnight on Monday the Camden

Read more at: http://6abc.com/news/man-charged-in-violent-home-invasion-in-nj/2033254/

Man, woman charged in deadly Waco home invasion shooting …

WACO, Texas (KWTX) A man and a woman who were originally charged with capital murder in a deadly home invasion shooting in 2015 near the Baylor campus are headed to prison after pleading guilty to lesser offenses Tuesday.

Garrett Gage, 19, and Cierra McKenzie Barber, 22, were charged in connection with the February 2015 incident that left Braeden Freeman, 20, of Waco, and Keith William McClure, 19, of Temple, dead.

Gage was injured by gunfire during the robbery.

They both pleaded guilty Tuesday to the lesser offense of aggravated robbery.

Barber was sentenced to 30 years in prison and Gage received a 40-year sentence.

In December, Gage refused a plea deal in the case.

Police say Barber drove Gage and McClure to the target apartment in the 1900 block of South 16th Street on the night of the crime.

Gage was arrested several blocks away from the apartment at 1900 South 16th Street after gunfire erupted

Read more at: http://www.kwtx.com/content/news/Man-woman-charged-in-deadly-Waco-home-invasion-shooting-plead-guilty-423877894.html

Two charged in deadly Waco home invasion shooting plead guilty

WACO, Texas (KWTX) A man and a woman who were originally charged with capital murder in a deadly home invasion shooting in 2015 near the Baylor campus are headed to prison after pleading guilty to lesser offenses Tuesday.

Garrett Gage, 19, and Cierra McKenzie Barber, 22, were charged in connection with the February 2015 incident that left Braeden Freeman, 20, of Waco, and Keith William McClure, 19, of Temple, dead.

Gage was injured by gunfire during the robbery.

They both pleaded guilty Tuesday to the lesser offense of aggravated robbery.

Barber was sentenced to 30 years in prison and Gage received a 40-year sentence.

In December, Gage refused a plea deal in the case.

Police say Barber drove Gage and McClure to the target apartment in the 1900 block of South 16th Street on the night of the crime.

Gage was arrested several blocks away from the apartment at 1900 South 16th Street after gunfire erupted

Read more at: http://www.kwtx.com/content/news/Man-woman-charged-in-deadly-Waco-home-invasion-shooting-plead-guilty-423877894.html

Youngstown News, Boardman man charged with inducing panic for …

Published: 5/10/17 @ 12:07

By Jordyn Grzelewski

jgrzelewski@vindy.com

BOARDMAN

Township police arrested a man on a charge of inducing panic for a recent drug overdose.

Robert Rosenberg, 22, of Market Street, was arrested Friday on a warrant for the misdemeanor offense, according to a police report.

The charge stems from an April 19 incident in which police were dispatched to the parking lot of a Southern Boulevard business for a reported overdose.

There, they found Rosenberg lying in the parking lot. He was “unresponsive, breathing shallow, and had a racing heartbeat,” police reported.

After being treated by fire department personnel and paramedics, Rosenberg reportedly admitted to police he used heroin and had just shot up two bags of the drug.

Police did not find contraband at the scene.

The Ohio chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union recently called on police agencies to stop charging overdose victims with crimes such as inducing panic. That call was in response

Read more at: http://www.vindy.com/news/2017/may/10/boardman-man-charged-with-inducing-panic/?mobile

Boardman man charged with inducing panic for drug overdose

By Jordyn Grzelewski

jgrzelewski@vindy.com

BOARDMAN

Township police arrested a man on a charge of inducing panic for a recent drug overdose.

Robert Rosenberg, 22, of Market Street, was arrested Friday on a warrant for the misdemeanor offense, according to a police report.

The charge stems from an April 19 incident in which police were dispatched to the parking lot of a Southern Boulevard business for a reported overdose.

There, they found Rosenberg lying in the parking lot. He was “unresponsive, breathing shallow, and had a racing heartbeat,” police reported.

After being treated by fire department personnel and paramedics, Rosenberg reportedly admitted to police he used heroin and had just shot up two bags of the drug.

Police did not find contraband at the scene.

The Ohio chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union recently called on police agencies to stop charging overdose victims with crimes such as inducing panic. That call was in response to a policy in

Read more at: http://www.vindy.com/news/2017/may/10/boardman-man-charged-with-inducing-panic/?newswatch

Youngstown news, Boardman man charged with inducing panic for …

By Jordyn Grzelewski

jgrzelewski@vindy.com

BOARDMAN

Township police arrested a man on a charge of inducing panic for a recent drug overdose.

Robert Rosenberg, 22, of Market Street, was arrested Friday on a warrant for the misdemeanor offense, according to a police report.

The charge stems from an April 19 incident in which police were dispatched to the parking lot of a Southern Boulevard business for a reported overdose.

There, they found Rosenberg lying in the parking lot. He was “unresponsive, breathing shallow, and had a racing heartbeat,” police reported.

After being treated by fire department personnel and paramedics, Rosenberg reportedly admitted to police he used heroin and had just shot up two bags of the drug.

Police did not find contraband at the scene.

The Ohio chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union recently called on police agencies to stop charging overdose victims with crimes such as inducing panic. That call was in response to a policy in

Read more at: http://www.vindy.com/news/2017/may/10/boardman-man-charged-with-inducing-panic/

Elsmere man charged in abduction of 4-year-old

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Daniel Santucci Jr., 23, has been arrested on charges of kidnapping a 4-your-old girl in Pike Creek’s Village of Plum Run community and sexually assaulting her. 5/8/17
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PLAYLIST: DELAWARE CRIMERaw Video: Police investigate shooting at Pine Valley Apts. | 0:30

New Castle County police were on the scene of an apparent shooting in the Pine Valley apartment complex near New Castle late Thursday night.

Read more at: http://www.delawareonline.com/story/news/crime/2017/05/08/new-castle-police-reveal-their-suspect-child-abduction/101429068/

Judge denies immunity to defendant charged with murder in 2015 4th Quarter Sports Bar shooting

COLUMBUS, Ga. — One defense attorney representing a defendant in a Columbus sports bar murder trial is trying to lighten the charges for his client. Demark Ponder is accused of shooting and killing Dominic Mitchell at the 4th Quarter Sports Bar and Grill back in 2015. Ponder’s attorney claims his client shot in self-defense.

Defendant Demark Ponder reenacts the night several fights broke out at a local bar and Dominic Mitchell died.
Defendant Demark Ponder reenacts the night several fights broke out at a local bar and Dominic Mitchell died.

Ponder, 48, reenacted and recalled his experience at the sports bar in court Tuesday. Ponder says he, 53-year-old Daginald Wheeler, and 36-year-old James Daniels, along with about five other people affiliated with the Outcast motorcycle gang, went to “hang out” at the sports bar.

Ponder admitted to carrying a legal firearm openly,

Read more at: http://wrbl.com/2017/05/02/judge-denies-immunity-to-defendant-charged-with-murder-in-2015-4th-quarter-sports-bar-shooting/

Wisconsin man charged with carjacking on Tri-State Tollway

–  A Wisconsin man has been charged with carjacking two good Samaritans who stopped to help him after a crash Monday night on the Tri-State Tollway in the southwest suburbs.

Bernard Bush, 52, faces one felony count of vehicular hijacking, according to Illinois State Police.

At 7:26 p.m., troopers were dispatched to a crash on southbound I-294 at 95th Street in Hickory Hills, police said. While the troopers were on their way, a good Samaritan stopped at the scene to try to help.

Bush, the driver of one of the vehicles involved in the crash, forced the driver and passenger of the car that stopped out of their car, then drove off in it southbound on I-294, police said.

Bush, of Kenosha, Wisconsin, was arrested a short time later in Calumet City, police said.

He is being held at the Cook County Jail on a $250,000 bond, and is next

Read more at: http://www.fox32chicago.com/news/crime/249730642-story

Wisconsin man charged with carjacking on Tri-State Tollway – Story …

–  A Wisconsin man has been charged with carjacking two good Samaritans who stopped to help him after a crash Monday night on the Tri-State Tollway in the southwest suburbs.

Bernard Bush, 52, faces one felony count of vehicular hijacking, according to Illinois State Police.

At 7:26 p.m., troopers were dispatched to a crash on southbound I-294 at 95th Street in Hickory Hills, police said. While the troopers were on their way, a good Samaritan stopped at the scene to try to help.

Bush, the driver of one of the vehicles involved in the crash, forced the driver and passenger of the car that stopped out of their car, then drove off in it southbound on I-294, police said.

Bush, of Kenosha, Wisconsin, was arrested a short time later in Calumet City, police said.

He is being held at the Cook County Jail on a $250,000 bond, and is next

Read more at: http://www.fox32chicago.com/news/crime/249730642-story