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Gang suspect on Most Wanted list for years is found hiding in drawer …

Alleged leader of a violent street gang Steven C. Touch, 28, who had been featured on Massachusetts State Police’s Most Wanted list was ordered held without bail for his role in a home invasion that resulted in murder. (FBI)

An alleged leader of a violent street gang who had been featured on Massachusetts State Police’s Most Wanted list was ordered held without bail Wednesday for his

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Most Wanted Suspect Found Hiding Inside Drawer « CBS Boston

Mass. Most Wanted Suspect Found Hiding Inside Drawer

Were $4 Million and Two Dead Bodies Found in a Democratic Mayor’s Storage Unit?

CLAIM

The FBI found $4 million in cash and two bodies in a storage unit belonging to the Democratic mayor of a Missouri town.




FALSE

RATING

FALSE

ORIGIN

On 1 January 2018, the Ladies of Liberty web site published an article reporting that the FBI had found $4 million in cash and two bodies in a storage unit belonging to the Democratic mayor of a Missouri town:

Moyor [sic] Stephen “Stormin’” Foreman of Goose Rapids, Missouri has been placed on the FBI’s most wanted list after a storage locker he apparently forgot to pay for was auctioned off — complete with $4 million in cash and 2 dead bodies.

Special Agent Hendrick Slurryman explained that it was a clerical error that caused the Mayor, a Democrat, to tuck tail and run:

“Steve Foreman would have never even been a suspect in the crimes we

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Former Texas 10 most wanted fugitive found guilty in Lamar County court – KXII

PARIS, Tex. (KXII) — A Lamar County jury found Donald Jack Robertson guilty Friday on 8 of nine charges relating to the sexual assault of two children nearly seven years ago.

Robertson was found not guilty for indecency with a child in the form of sexual contact.

The jury deliberated for an hour on Thursday, then another 8 hours on Friday.

Robertson’s punishment phase begins at 8:45 a.m. Monday.

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Taylor found guilty of second degree murder

For nearly 40 years, William Claybourne Clay Taylor lived as a free man under a false name until his capture by FBI agents in late July 2016 in Reidsville, North Carolina.

Taylor, then 67, was wanted for the murder of 64-year-old Walter H. Scott of Archer, a retired INS agent.

Extradited to Marion County in August 2016, Taylor has been in the Marion County Jail awaiting his day in court.

On Tuesday, a 12-member jury was picked for the trial and the men and women listened to testimony for the remainder of the week. On Friday afternoon, after decades of waiting, jurors made their decision: guilty of second-degree murder with a firearm and guilty on aggravated battery with a firearm.

“I’m pleased with the verdict,” Assistant State Attorney Bill Gladson said not long after the verdict was read. He said the jury

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Report: Fugitive of the week found

A fugitive of the week was arrested at 2:31 p.m. Wednesday on Bryan Street, according to a Hopkinsville police report.

Jayontez M. Poindexter, 23, Hopkinsville, was charged with probation violation.

Poindexter was arrested on an anonymous tip and was arrested for the underlying felony charges, which is third-degree burglary, receiving stolen property and second-degree unlawful transaction with a minor.

Editor’s note: Information contained in crime reports is obtained through police, police reports or the Christian County Sherrif’s Department and Jail. Readers are reminded a charge or report is only an accusation and each person is entitled to the presumption of innocence unless found guilty in a court of law.

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