The state Parole Board announced Tuesday that Herman Bell will remain incarcerated for at least another two years. After that, he may again appear before the board.
The New York City Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association on Thursday called on the public to oppose parole for two men who were convicted in the 1971 murders of two NYPD officers.
Darius McCollum was released Tuesday night, after pleading guilty earlier this year to stealing a Trailways bus in 2010, when he was arrested behind the wheel on the highway that leads to John F. Kennedy International Airport. He was sentenced to 2 1/2 to 5 years.
In a just-released transcript of last month’s parole hearing, Robert Golub admits to unintentionally killing teenage Valley Stream neighbor.
Kelly Ann Tinyes was 13 when she was lured and murdered 25 years ago in Valley Stream in a case that made headlines for months.
John Esposito died last week of natural causes at Sing Sing prison in Ossining. He did not know of the decision when he died.
Moxley’s mother and relatives will reportedly be at the parole hearing in Suffield to fight against Skakel’s release.
Four men who were convicted of committing one of the most notorious cop killings in city history are up for parole and could go free.
Sen. Charles Schumer has spoken out, demanding four convicted cop killers to not be granted parole.
Justin Bello of Jersey City must serve 85 percent of the term imposed before becoming eligible for parole.
Demetrius Minor of Gloucester Township must serve 85 percent of his term before becoming eligible for parole.
Linda Demarest pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide and leaving the scene of an accident charges in the July 2010 crash in Buena Vista Township.
Thirty-two-year-old James Sgambati of Parsippany, who has an extensive criminal record, must serve three years of the sentence before becoming eligible for parole.
Lois Bohovesky says she still finds it difficult to see a mother spending time with her daughter.
New Jersey’s governor wants to end the state’s early release program for prison inmates. Gov. Chris Christie said Wednesday that he’ll push for legislation to halt the program because he can’t end it himself.