California Priest Gets 6 Months in Prison for Groping Sleeping Model on Cross-Country Flight

A Catholic priest was sentenced to six months in prison followed by six months of home confinement for groping a sleeping woman on a cross-country flight from Philadelphia to Los Angeles last August.

The woman, a model, claimed that she woke up to find 46-year-old Marcelo de Jesumaria touching her inappropriately, the Associated Press reports. She then alerted flight attendants to the abuse and later told an FBI agent.

Brooklyn Teen Released on $1M Bail After Stabbing His Allegedly Abusive Father to Death

A Brooklyn teen is out of jail on $1 million bail after he stabbed his allegedly abusive father to death to protect himself and his siblings.

Hassan Razzaq, 19, was indicted by a grand jury for murder three weeks ago, but his family has been fighting for his release from a cell on Rikers Island ever since. On Monday, they got their wish.

Suicides Possibly Linked to Release of Ashley Madison Client Names: Toronto Police

At least two people may have committed suicide following the hacking of the Ashley Madison adultery website, Toronto police said on Monday.

Toronto Police Acting Staff Superintendent Bryce Evans said that cops had received two unconfirmed reports of suicides on Monday morning. In addition to the two possible suicides, the hack – which exposed the accounts of up to 37 million users – has led to extortion attempts, Evans said.

Missing South Carolina Teen Texted Friends That Someone Was Following Her Before She Disappeared: Relative

Last Thursday was supposed to be 16-year-old Marley McKenna Spindler’s first day of school. The South Carolina teen stopped for breakfast at a local Chick-Fil-A, then told friends she was going to pick up a 22-year-old pal named Jeremy before heading to school. Five days later, she still hasn’t been heard from.

Olympic Gymnastics Coach Marvin Sharp Accused of Child Molestation

The head of an Indianapolis gymnastics academy who coached two members of the 2008 silver medal-winning U.S. women’s Olympic team has been accused of child molestation.

Marion County Jail records show Marvin Sharp, 48, is being held on a preliminary child molesting charge, according to the Associated Press. He has not been formally charged, Peg McLeish, spokeswoman for the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office, told NBC News.

Tsarneav Juror: If I Had Known 8-Year-Old Victim's Parents Were Against Death Penalty, I Would Have Voted for Life in Prison

Pit Bull Kills Woman, Injures Two Roommates in South Carolina

A woman is dead and two of her roommates are injured after the woman’s pit bull turned on them in their South Carolina home.

Investigators say Porsche Cartee, 25, of Spartanburg, died from dog bites to her head and body on Saturday, WYFF-TV reports.

Husband Shot Three Times Defending His Wife and Children from Home Invasion: 'I Remember Audibly Praying'

A husband who was shot three times while trying to protect his family during a home invasion has said he turned to God for courage.

“I remember audibly praying out loud,” Mike Lash told ABC News. ” ‘Lord, this is, I guess, the moment I will meet you today if it is not your will, I am ready to stay.’ ”

Woman Plays Dead to Stop Her Boyfriend from Killing Her: Police

A woman told Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, police that she faked having a seizure and dying in order to avoid being killed by her boyfriend after he’d thrown her down a flight of stairs.

Bartholomew Palumbo, 25, faces charges of attempted homicide, aggravated assault and other charges for allegedly attacking his girlfriend.

Lawyer for Adnan Syed Says New Evidence Could Overturn Conviction in Serial Case

A lawyer representing Adnan Syed, the Baltimore convicted murderer whose case was profiled in the popular podcast Serial, says evidence that helped send his client to jail was inadmissible.

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