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Staphon Blair went up for a dunk, ready to slam the ball down with both hands. Justin Jackson wasn't going to let that happen.
More than 30 years after Vincent Asaro is believed to have gotten away with helping hatch a $6 million airport heist dramatized in the hit Martin Scorsese movie "Goodfellas," prosecutors say the reputed mobster slipped up and complained to the wrong person that he'd been cheated by another gangster named James "Jimmy the Gent" Burke.
Gov. Jerry Brown asked federal judges Thursday to give the state two more years to reduce prison crowding to the level set by the court, and said inmates could be released early if the state fails to meet its goals.
A Honolulu man is accused of defrauding the state out of more than $200,000 by collecting disability payments for his mother even though she died in 2000.
Franklin H. Frye was charged with stealing a $20 necklace in 1970, and he has spent the better part of his life locked up ever since after being found not guilty by reason of insanity.
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