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by Shawn McGrath

An Anderson woman faces a felony charge for allegedly neglecting her 4- and 6-year-old daughters while she visited a plasma center Tuesday.

Hornaday arrived at the apartment shortly before 2:30 p.m. She said she was at the blood plasma center, International Bio Resources, 19 W. Ninth St., but didn't say how long she was gone. An employee at the plasma center said Hornaday was at the center from about 8:20 a.m. until after 2 p.m.

The Herald Bulletin

October 1, 2008

by Amanda Memrick

A Gastonia lawyer and former Gaston County district attorney is defending himself against a lawsuit that alleges he sought sex as payment for his legal services.

Cindy Beason Pennington of Florence, S.C., filed a lawsuit against Calvin Hamrick and Hamrick & Warshawsky law firm last month alleging sexual misconduct when Hamrick represented her more than three years ago. In the answer to Pennington's lawsuit, Hamrick denies all allegations of sexual misconduct. The N.C. State Bar has not received any complaints against Hamrick.

July 28, 2012

by Mark Hicks

A report of suspected child abuse, neglect or endangerment has been filed after a woman was charged with driving drunk with a Macomb County judge and his two children in her car, police said.

Judge Richard Caretti has not been charged in the Saturday night incident, but his companion, Brenda Conway, was arraigned Tuesday in 46th District Court in Southfield on one count of operating while intoxicated with occupants under age 16, said Det. Lt. William Castro of the Franklin-Bingham Farms Police Department. Her next court date is scheduled for Jan. 28.

January 16, 2013

by Mollie Lair

Home alone. A woman under arrest for leaving her two young children unattended.

Wood County Home Confinement had Ashley Berry in their custody. Berry was under house arrest for driving on a suspended license for a DUI. During a routine house check officers found her one and two-year-old home alone.

June 23, 2012

by Harry Funk

A Moon Township woman accused of producing child pornography waived her right to a preliminary hearing Friday in Coraopolis. Pamela Smallis, 50 who has residences listed in Moon and Oakdale, faces a formal arraignment Jan. 3.

She is charged with 34 counts of sexual abuse of children; 16 counts of unlawful contact with a minor; five counts of sexual exploitation of children; five counts of endangering the welfare of children; five counts of corruption of minors; and one count of criminal use of a communication facility.

November 17, 2012

by Jonathan Benson

Many major food manufacturers have been on a kick to jump on the "all natural" bandwagon, with all sorts of processed food products now claiming to be healthy and free of artificial and synthetic ingredients.

However, one such company, Frito-Lay, is the subject of a new class action lawsuit that pegs the company for illegally marketing its snack products, which are loaded with genetically-modified (GM) ingredients, as being natural. Represented by Milberg LLP of Los Angeles, Calif., Julie Gengo of Richmond, Calif., recently filed a class action lawsuit against Frito-Lay alleging that its snack products are fraudulently labeled. Frito-Lay Sun Chips and Tostitos products are made with GM vegetable oils and potentially even GM corn, but they are both labeled as being "All Natural." But GMOs are not all-natural ingredients, and are, in fact, admittedly synthetic, which makes any product that contains them unnatural.

February 4, 2013

by Caitlin Cleary

When Darlene Jones was growing up in Pittsburgh, she was told that her mother gave her away when she was a baby to Mose and Marilee Minifield, the couple who raised her along with their three other foster and adopted children.

Jones wouldn't know her birth mother's version of events for many years -- that she had not been given away, but had been spirited off as a baby and taken to Pittsburgh. But over the years, suspicions took root. Once or twice, she spied a different name on her birth certificate and on a driver's license learner's permit, before Marilee Minifield whisked them out of sight. The Minifields would ask her not to write their Pittsburgh return address on Christmas cards to an aunt and uncle in Arkansas, saying they didn't want anybody to find them.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

January 9, 2005

by Danny Sullivan

Is Google responsible for giving out bad directions through its Google Maps service? We're about to find out.

After Googling walking directions for a trip in Park City, Utah, Lauren Rosenberg claims she was led onto a busy highway, where she was struck by a vehicle. She's now suing Google for damages. The case, Rosenberg v. Harwood, was filed in Utah, in the US District Court's Central Division.

Search Engine Land

May 28, 2010

by Lisa Trigg

A Terre Haute mother has received a six-year prison sentence for felony child neglect of her 10-month-old daughter under a plea agreement accepted Monday in Vigo Superior Court 3.

Dawn Day Gutierrez, 21, pleaded guilty in June to class-B felony neglect of a dependent resulting in serious bodily injuries. In her plea agreement, two class-C felony charges of neglect of a dependent were dropped.

The Tribune-Star

July 14, 2009

by Justin Fenton

The mother of Terrell Suggs' two children was granted a restraining order against the Ravens linebacker in a Baltimore District Court hearing that was devoid of abuse allegations.

Suggs' attorneys stressed that the restraining order was agreed to by both sides and said the 27-year-old football player denies any allegations of abuse involving Candace Williams, 26, who says he assaulted her on two occasions last month. All of the allegations have been made in civil court, and Suggs has not been charged with a crime.

The baltimore Sun

December 11, 2009


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