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'Extremely dangerous' man sought in triple killing at California cemetery
vyasphoto/iStock (PERRIS, Calif.) -- A manhunt is on in California for an "extremely dangerous" man suspected of killing three people at a cemetery this week, authorities said. José Luis Torres Garcia, 33, has been identified as the suspect in the murders of three people whose bodies were found Monday at Perris Valley Cemetery in Perris, about 70 miles southeast of Los Angeles, officials said. The victims and the suspect knew each other, and it appears all four drove to the cemetery together, Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco said at a news conference Thursday.A motive is not known, the sheriff said,...
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Authorities announce arrest in 1999 case of newborn baby found dead in trash bag
Cumberland County North Carolina Sheriff's Office (NEW YORK) -- Almost 21 years after a newborn baby was found dead inside a trash bag along a rural road in North Carolina, forensic genealogy has helped investigators trace the mother and arrest her. Detectives at the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office have been investigating the case since March 3, 1999, when a plastic trash bag was tossed from a moving vehicle onto the side of a road in a rural area south of the town of Hope Mills. Some hours later, a soldier driving down the same road spotted the bag and what...
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Cold blast moves east Friday, but huge warm up on the way
ABC News (NEW YORK) -- The current cold blast extends all the way down from the Northeast into the southern states where up to 4 inches of snow fell from Tennessee into North Carolina. The precipitation led to numerous reports of power outages due to the heavy wet snow bringing down trees on top of power lines. Many accidents, especially in North Carolina, were reported in parts of the South due to the slick roads. Heavy snow also fell in southern Virginia, where some areas got up to 5 inches of snow accumulation.The storm is done now -- it's moving...
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