Cothron is a manager at a White Castle restaurant in Illinois, where she's required to use her fingerprint for access to the restaurant's computer system.
Long was arrested for domestic battery, during which the police discovered he was carrying a stolen firearm in his waistband and cocaine in plain sight.
Midvale implemented an "instant quote" feature on their websites, allowing individuals to receive quick auto insurance quotes upon providing basic identification details.
Cichocki contacted the police to inform them that her 15-year-old daughter, G.C., had been a victim of sexual assault by Garcia a few days prior at a resort where both families were on vacation.
Hakim, a member of the DuPage County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO) SWAT team was accidentally shot by a fellow officer during a training session.
Born in 1970, Hambrick, an African American woman, boasts a 35-year tenure at the Social Security Administration (SSA).
Jones and Schimenti, childhood friends, who were both part of the same mosque, drew the attention of the FBI due to their online posts promoting ISIS and advocating violence.
In 2008, the town of Paris, in rural Kenosha County of Wisconsin, implemented an ordinance titled "Sex Offender Residency Restrictions."
In a lawsuit initiated in 2014 under the provisions of the Fair Housing Act (42 U.S.C. 3601–19), Cook County asserted that certain banks had excessively extended credit to specific borrowers, resulting in subsequent defaults and foreclosures that inflicted harm upon the County.
Indiana law allows “elderly” voters—those sixty-five or older—to vote by mail.
Jason Burns, a truck driver, injured himself while delivering products to a Sherwin-Williams paint supply store.
In 2013, Coleman was found guilty of conspiring to distribute crack cocaine, as outlined in 21 U.S.C. 841(a)(1), (b)(1)(A), 846. Subsequently, he received a life imprisonment sentence, which was then mandatory, due to his previous convictions for a "felony drug offense" under section 841(b)(1)(A). The Seventh Circuit Court confirmed this decision.
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