Murder and Manslaughter
Paul Perez, 57, was about to be freed from prison on unrelated crimes when charged with the infants’ deaths.
She served less than a year behind bars after being convicted of manslaughter for urging her suicidal boyfriend to kill himself.
Gerald Goines and Steven Bryant face felony charges stemming from the 2019 drug raid at a Houston home.
Carter had defended that text messages she sent encouraging her boyfriend to kill himself were protected by the First Amendment.
Aaron Trejo, 18, said he stabbed 17-year-old Breana Rouhselang because she was too far along to get an abortion.
Kevin Bacon's remains were discovered last month at the home of Mark Latunski after the two met online. Latunski's lawyer is seeking an insanity defense.
Mollie Fitzgerald, who also worked as an assistant to the film's director, Joe Johnston, was accused of second-degree murder.
The arrests come nearly a month after three women and six children were gunned down and their bodies were set afire.
James Ford, who was among a group of men who ran after the terrorist, confessed to killing a woman in 2003.
Congress may actually do something to stem the crisis of Native women and girls disappearing and being killed.
John Chapman allegedly told police that he killed Jaime Feden as part of a bondage-themed photo shoot.
Oleg Sokolov reportedly confessed to the murder of former student Anastasia Yeshenko after her body was found in his St Petersburg apartment.
Iowa killer Benjamin Schreiber said he should be freed because his sentence was not "to Life plus one day."
A man and a woman were photographed driving a slain couple’s truck across the U.S.-Mexico border.
A man and a woman were seen driving James and Michelle Butler's truck across the U.S.-Mexico border after the Butlers disappeared.
Victor Vickery, 30, told police he got into a fight with the man after catching him watching him have sex through a window.
Hill is the 21st transgender or gender non-conforming person known to be killed in 2019.
Officer Aaron Dean was arrested after he fatally shot the 28-year-old Black woman who was inside her own house. He was later released from jail.
Little has confessed to strangling 93 women. The FBI has verified at least 50 of the claims and believes all of Little's confessions are "credible."
The former Dallas police officer fatally shot the unarmed black man in his own apartment.