Fentanyl Dealer Sentenced to 15 Years in Overdose Death Case

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – A man has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for his involvement in a woman’s fatal drug overdose at a motel in Carter. Wesley Allen Lacey, 52, was convicted of second-degree murder in connection with the death that occurred on April 2, 2022. Lacey’s sentencing comes after a two-day trial where … Read more

Shooting Death Driver Faces 30 Years Behind Bars: New Details Emerge in NYPD Hero Case

Far Rockaway, New York – A former convict with a history of violence, Lindy Jones, 41, faced arraignment in Queens criminal court on Tuesday in connection to the shooting death of NYPD officer Jonathan Diller. Jones, known on the streets as “Killa,” was held without bail on charges of criminal possession of a weapon related … Read more

Milkman Murder Mystery Solved 56 Years Later: Witness Breakthrough Reveals Killer

Vero Beach, Florida – After more than five decades, the case of World War II veteran Hiram ‘Ross’ Grayam, who was slain while working as a milkman in Florida, has finally been solved. Grayam was delivering milk in April 1968 when he failed to return home, leading deputies to later find his body and milk … Read more

Killer of WWII Milkman Solved After 56 Years: Thomas Williams Unmasked

Vero Beach, Florida – After more than five decades, the mystery surrounding the “execution style” killing of WWII veteran turned Florida milkman, Hiram “Ross” Grayam, has been solved. In April 1968, Grayam disappeared while delivering milk one day, only to be found later with gunshot wounds in his body and his milk truck abandoned in … Read more

Florida Cold Case Murder Solved After 56 Years Thanks to Witnesses

Vero Beach, Florida – More than five decades after the tragic death of a World War II veteran who was working as a milkman in Florida, investigators have finally cracked the case. Thanks to the cooperation of two individuals who came forward after the main suspect passed away, the mystery surrounding the murder of Hiram … Read more

Madisonville Family Continues Search for Answers 12 Years After Man’s Murder

Madisonville, Ohio – After twelve years, the family of a Madisonville man who was tragically murdered continues to seek justice for his death. Marcus Daniels passed away on April 13, 2012, while caring for his grandmother, Margaret Daniels, in her home on Chandler Street. Margaret stated that she was mere feet away when Marcus was … Read more

“Simpson” Lifetime Documentary Marks 30 Years Since Nicole Brown’s Death

Los Angeles, California – A documentary shedding light on the life and tragic murder of Nicole Brown Simpson, the ex-wife of former NFL star O.J. Simpson, is in the works at Lifetime. The project, titled “The Life and Murder of Nicole Brown Simpson,” aims to reclaim Brown Simpson’s narrative, as confirmed by a spokesperson for … Read more

California Road Rage Killer Sentenced to 40 Years to Life for Murder of 6-Year-Old Boy

Santa Ana, California – A man, Marcus Eriz, 27, has been sentenced to 40 years to life for the murder of six-year-old Aiden Leos in a tragic road rage incident that occurred on a California freeway in May 2021. The incident, fueled by anger, resulted in a devastating loss for the Leos family and shook … Read more

Freeway Rage Tragedy: Costa Mesa Man Sentenced to 40 Years for Killing 6-Year-Old

Costa Mesa, California – Marcus Anthony Eriz, a resident of Costa Mesa, received a sentence of 40 years to life for the fatal shooting of 6-year-old Aiden Leos during a road rage incident on the 55 Freeway. The Orange County judge handed down the sentence, following Eriz’s conviction in January on charges that included second-degree … Read more

Road-Rage Shooter Sentenced to 40 Years for Killing 6-Year-Old Boy on Orange County Freeway

Costa Mesa, California – A man convicted of the road-rage shooting that tragically took the life of a 6-year-old boy on an Orange County freeway has been sentenced to 40 years to life in prison. Marcus Anthony Eriz, 26, of Costa Mesa, was found guilty in January of second-degree murder and firing at an occupied … Read more