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McLean Motel Rapist, 23, Of Falls Church, Sodomized Woman At Knifepoint: Cops
Police have made an arrest in a September rape at a Fairfax County motel, they said.
Erick Vladamir Chacon Martinez, 23, had arranged to meet the victim at the Quarry Inn Motel at 7179 Lee Highway on Sept. 16, county police said.
When the victim opened the door, Chacon Martinez pulled out a knife and threatened the victim, police said. The suspect then sexually assaulted her. The victim was able to escape the room and call 911.
Surveillance footage of Chacon Martinez leaving hotel was found and shared with the community.
During a review of digital evidence, detectives ident…
These Pennsylvania Hospitals Rank Among Best, Worst In America For Safety
A hospital safety website has released its gradings for 2023, and some Pennsylvania hospitals rank among the most safe — and least safe — in the nation, according to The Leapfrog Group.
Researchers say they selected 22 evidence-based measures of patient safety to come up with grades for the nearly 3,000 hospitals and acute care centers across the United States, with more methodological information available on their website.
Here's how hospitals across Adams, Berks, Chester, Cumberland, Dauphin, Delaware, Franklin, Lancaster, Lebanon, Lehigh, Montgomery, Northampton, and Yor…
Fire Alarm Fraud: East Meadow Man Scammed NYC Agencies With Fake Documents, Usao Says
A Long Island man has been indicted alongside his business partner for allegedly using his fire alarm business to defraud agencies in New York City for over a decade, officials claimed.
Walter Stanzione, age 65 of East Meadow, faced his indictment alongside his business partner, William Neogra, on Thursday, Nov. 30, according to the United States Attorney’s Office Eastern District of New York.
Stanzione and Neogra, age 63 of Delaware, together controlled a company called Fire Alarm Electrical Corporation, which was contracted with agencies to repair and maintain fire alarm systems through…
‘It Was Incredible’: Search Team Hailed As Heroes For Saving Missing Oakham Boy
After a 5-year-old non-verbal autistic boy went missing earlier this year, a group of 60 police and civilians rushed and reunited him with his distraught parents in just a few hours. Now, they're being heralded as heroes.
Owen Goderre, 5, wandered off from his family’s home on Edson Road in Oakham with his dog, Tika, around 9:30 a.m. on Feb. 20.
Owen’s mom and dad, Samantha Kendall and Andrew Goderre, and his sister, Addie Goderre, frantically searched the nearby woods and the Ware River Watershed before calling the Rutland Regional Emergency Communications Center.
Valley Stream Soccer Coach Sentenced For Raping Player, Endangering 2 Others
A Long Island soccer coach who was found guilty of raping one of his players, as well as soliciting nude photos of the teen, will spend at least one year behind bars, officials announced.
Sean Johnsen, age 38 of Valley Stream, received his sentence of one to three years in prison on Tuesday, Dec. 5 for his conduct three years prior, according to the Nassau County District Attorney.
Earlier Report: Long Island Soccer Coach Charged With Raping Underage Player, Endangering Two Others
From April 2020 through August 2020, Johnsen, who was a teacher at a private school and coached a soc…
Triple Homicide In Mercersburg Lands Maryland Man Life In Prison: Usdoj
More than seven years after a triple homicide in Pennsylvania, a Maryland man has been brought to justice.
Johnny Jenkins-Armstrong, 26 of Baltimore, MD was sentenced to life in prison and an additional consecutive 20 years for a "companion robbery charge," the United States Department of Justice stated in a release on Tuesday, Dec. 5.
His December 4th sentencing was for his role in the execution-style slayings of Wendy Ann Chaney, 39 of Hagerstown, MD; Brandon Cole, 47 of Fayetteville, PA; and Phillip Matthew Jackson, 36 of Mercersburg, PA, United States Attorne…
18-Year-Old Speeding, On Phone Moments Before Crash Killing West Babylon Man, DA Says
An 18-year-old has been charged in connection with an alleged distracted driving crash that killed a Long Island man.
Nicolas Apostolides, of West Babylon, was arraigned on manslaughter and related charges in Suffolk County Court on Friday, Dec. 1, in the death of David Martinez.
According to prosecutors, Apostolides was speeding and using his phone when he ran a red light and crashed into another car on Straight Path in West Babylon at around 5:30 a.m. on Sunday, April 16.
Martinez, age 63, of West Babylon, was taken to Good Samaritan University Hospital in West Islip where he died from …