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The suspects made bogus barcodes to buy high-priced items at a lower cost, and then return them to the Wal-Mart stores to collect a cash refund, according to investigators.
TAMPA — Julie Schenecker was struggling to fill out a form for the detectives who wanted to question her about the 2011 killings of her two teenage children hours earlier.
TAMPA — Demetrius Morris hoped to get probation for raping a 70-year-old woman inside a church.
TAMPA — An informant who helped investigate Sami Osmakac cannot testify at Osmakac’s terrorism trial because the informant is being treated in Israel for leukemia, prosecutors notified the court today.
Tampa federal Judge Susan Bucklew was in Washington, D.C., on Thursday to perform a wedding.
TAMPA — After Mariusz Sokolewicz was fired from his job at a computer network services company, he broke into the company’s computer network and brought it to a halt for 24 hours.
Prosecutors have notified the defense they will not seek a death sentence for Julie Schenecker if she is convicted of murdering her two teenage children in 2010.
TAMPA — When Alphonso Guice was shot in the face, police who responded to the scene uncovered evidence that the shooting victim was also a criminal.
Sami Al-Arian, a former USF professor known for his 2005 arrest on terrorism charges, is still waiting for a Virginia judge to rule on his indictment for contempt of court five years later.
TAMPA — A doctor at a Dale Mabry Highway pain clinic wrote more oxycodone prescriptions in a six-month span than all the doctors in some entire states, officials say.
TAMPA — Three therapists agreed Michael Marston was insane when he killed a man in the parking lot of Christ the King church, and so a judge Wednesday found Marston not gui...
The Florida Supreme Court has lifted a decade-long moratorium on electronic access to court records, but it will likely be more than a...
TAMPA — When federal agents interviewed a Pasco County middle school teacher as he was about to fly to Belize, agents said the 48-year-old told them it’s legal to have sex there with girls as young as 16.<...
TAMPA — Federal prosecutors are continuing to expand their case against participants in a plot to illegally sell commercial-grade computer systems to an Iranian company.
TAMPA — Last year, more than 746,000 cases were filed in Hillsborough County courts.
While Dontae Morris wrote that he “never regretted anything” in his life, his mother said he is not guilty of shooting two Tampa police officers.
TAMPA — An employee at Amerigroup, a national managed medical care company, is accused of stealing client information for use in filing fraudulent tax returns.
TAMPA — A Tampa-based sales representative is the latest defendant to plead guilty in a growing federal criminal case over the sale of commercial-grade computer equipment to Iran.
TAMPA — Lenoy Rivera says he wishes he was killed instead of Robert Niedbalec, the bicyclist Rivera struck when Rivera was drag racing on Fletcher Avenue three years ago.
TAMPA — Army Lt. Ryan Timoney barely survived a suicide bomb attack that killed two other Army officers, and several Afghans, including two children.
Joshua Hakken, ruled not fit to stand trial on charges he abducted his children and fled to Cuba, may be faking his insanity, a prosecutor said this morning.
TAMPA — Russell Simmons wants his Bentley back.
TAMPA - More than a year before Sami Osmakac was charged in an FBI sting, U.S. investigators were secretly monitoring his phone conversations.