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Man Gets 76 Years For Breaking Into Woman's Home, Killing Unsuspecting Man Who'd Come By To Run An Errand
An Indiana man was sentenced to 76 years behind bars for brutally bashing a man’s head in and then setting the body on fire. Danny Clark was handed down the sentence Friday more than a month after he was convicted by a Pulaski County jury of murder, arson, abuse of a corpse and other charges connected to the death of Neil Toosley, according to WBND. Clark had allegedly entered a rural Medaryville home of a woman in August of 2018 without permission, carrying a shotgun, according to a statement f
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“It is with the heaviest of hearts that we offer our deepest condolences to the family, friends, and all those who were fortunate enough to know and love Jesse Harmon,” her high school wrote in a Facebook post.
Karlyn Serane Ramirez wanted to make the world a better place and thought joining the Army was the best way to do that. Her greatest danger, however, was her relationship with another soldier. She grew up in Del Rio, Texas and came from a long line of military women. Both her mother and aunt had served and she followed in their path. “She went to college for a few years, got an associate’s degree, and then decided that the military would probably be a better fit for her,” sister Roxanna Ramirez
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