Tag: felony

Mom Admits To Stealing Terminally Ill Daughter's Pain Medications, Charged With Felony

A mom admitted to stealing her own terminally ill daughter's pain medications and to having an opioid addiction. Addiction can cause people to do risky things to seek out the source of their addiction.

Public Health September 14, 2018

Virginia Restores Voting Rights Of More Than 200,000 Convicted Felons

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe signed an executive order that restores the voting rights of those who successfully completed their sentence. More than 200,000 convicted felons in the state will be able to vote in the November elections.

Life & Style April 23, 2016

Kentucky Governor Restores Voting Rights For Thousands Of Nonviolent Felons

Thousands of ex-felons in Kentucky will have an enhanced reintegration to the community as outgoing Governor, Steve Beshear signed an executive order restoring their voting rights. The move garnered praises from various politicians, saying it shows democracy at its best.

Society November 25, 2015

NCIS Star Pauley Perrette Shares Her Terrifying Ordeal After Homeless Man Attack

Pauley Perrette shocked everyone by what she revealed on her Twitter account. The NCIS actress detailed how she had been attacked, and was almost killed by a homeless man near her home in Hollywood.

Internet Culture November 15, 2015

Runaway Kentucky Teen Couple on Crime Spree: Inspired by Bonnie and Clyde?

Two Kentucky teenagers have been on the run for almost two weeks, causing their parents to worry about their safety. The two have embarked on a crime spree and are now wanted for Felony Auto Theft.

Society January 16, 2015

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