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A roundup of Tuesday's felony court proceedings at the Davison County Public Safety Center courtroom
When investigators interviewed the man prior to arresting him, he allegedly told authorities he was aware other students had followed and “were watching” the two inside the storage room.
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A roundup of Tuesday's Davison County felony court proceedings.

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After shooting multiple rounds toward officers, the marksman fired a single round from nearly 200 yards away, striking and killing the suspect.
According to the joint powers agreement, the task force provides training to local authorities that’s aimed to help them properly investigate and prosecute those who sexually exploit children through the internet.
The show relies on audiotapes of Gacy himself, culled from interviews with his defense team that took place between November 1979 and April 1980, while he was awaiting trial.
This is the second time a Dallas County jury has considered the case. A trial in November ended in a mistrial after one juror refused to budge, according to notes sent to the judge from that jury.
The news of Trukita Scott’s disappearance eventually faded from headlines, but her relatives’ pain has lingered. And Carl Watts Jr.’s arrest made the ache worse.
The pharmacies are accused of giving cash handouts to keep customers coming back, and one allegedly distributed its own currency, “monkey bucks,” inspired by a pet monkey that was once a common sight behind the counter.

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A roundup of Tuesday's felony court proceedings held at the Davison County Public Safety Center courtroom
The study, conducted by researchers from University of Pennsylvania and the United Kingdom, looked at 41 states, and over 170,000 firearm homicides over 18 years.
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"Your co-defendant fired 13 shots at someone else while you continued to drive and follow the person around," Judge Giles said.

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