Topics :: crime
By John Riley | Wednesday Dec 19, 2012
In granting the continuance, Roberts said that each side would have more opportunity for discovery.
By John Riley | Monday Dec 10, 2012
The lawyer for Michael Poth, the Marine accused of stabbing and killing a fellow Marine in a confrontation that may have included anti-gay elements, filed two motions Nov. 29 to suppress evidence and statements obtained after Poth was arrested.
By Conswella Bennett | Thursday Dec 6, 2012
A Georgia lesbian was found dead in her vehicle on Dec. 4, after being missing since Nov. 19. The city of McDonough is investigating the cause of death.
By Ryan Dixon | Monday Nov 26, 2012
Michael Walters, known as one of the world’s premier Dame Edna impersonators, had a rather turbulent night while hosting the costume contest outside of the Alibi on Halloween night.
By John Riley | Sunday Nov 18, 2012
The man accused of fatally stabbing Deoni Jones, a transgender woman, at a Northeast D.C. bus stop in February pleaded not guilty this morning to a charge of first-degree murder while armed.
By John Riley | Thursday Nov 8, 2012
Floyd Lee Corkins II, the man accused of shooting a security guard at the Washington headquarters of the anti-gay Family Research Council (FRC) in August, pleaded not guilty to 10 charges against him.
By Seth Hemmelgarn | Wednesday Nov 7, 2012
San Francisco police are investigating a man suspected of breaking windows at the GLBT History Museum and the Magnet health center, which are located across the street from each other in the Castro neighborhood.
By John Riley | Thursday Oct 18, 2012
The three suspects accused of stabbing a gay teenager outside the Howard Theatre in June were arraigned this morning in D.C. Superior Court, with all three pleading not guilty to one count of assault with intent to kill while armed, with bias enhancements
By Seth Hemmelgarn | Wednesday Sep 19, 2012
The trial of a bisexual man accused of murdering another man in 1983 began this week in San Francisco Superior Court.
By Seth Hemmelgarn | Monday Sep 10, 2012
Correa said that with improvements in technology for testing DNA and other evidence, she’s hopeful "something may pop up," but she indicated finding people who knew the victims is critical.