Monthly Archives: September 2011

Carbaugh murder

Headed for trial in October, Justin Carbaugh already has pleaded guilty to tampering with evidence for cutting the fingers and one leg off his brother’s body after he shot him to death. Judge John S. Kennedy has made two interesting … Continue reading

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Convicted murderer loses civil suit

Paul Hansen, convicted of first-degree murder for the shooting death of party hostess Melissa Worley Barnes, has had a civil judgment entered against him for $22,892. That amount is the total for $17,663 in restitution plus court fees and costs … Continue reading

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Craver verdict

Adding the involuntary manslaughter charge before giving the case to the jury showed that neither side was supremely confident. Chief Deputy Prosecutor Tim Barker, who was arguing for a first- or third-degree murder conviction, punished respectively by life without parole … Continue reading

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