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The white father and son convicted of murder in Ahmaud Arbery’s fatal shooting after they chased the 25-year-old Black man through a Georgia neighborhood have been sentenced to life in prison for committing a federal hate crime. A U.S. District Court judge sentenced Travis McMichael and his father Greg McMichael on Monday in Brunswick. Both were previously sentenced to life without parole in a state court for Arbery’s murder. The McMichaels armed themselves with guns and used a pickup truck to chase Arbery after he ran past their home on Feb. 23, 2020. Neighbor William “Roddie” Bryan, who recorded cellphone video of the slaying, was sentenced to 35 years in prison.

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Actor Ezra Miller has been charged with felony burglary in Vermont, the latest in a string of incidents involving the embattled star of “The Flash.” Vermont State Police said in a report Monday that they responded to a burglary complaint in Stamford on May 1. Police found that several bottles of alcohol were taken from a residence while the homeowners weren’t present. Police charged Miller after consulting surveillance footage and interviewing witnesses. Police said they located Miller shortly before midnight on Saturday and issued a citation to appear in Vermont Superior Court on Sept. 26 for arraignment.

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A Northern California burglar returned to the scene of the crime this weekend after he forgot his keys inside a doughnut company’s corporate office. Police say the thief stole some petty cash from Johnny Doughnuts’ office in the San Francisco Bay Area on Saturday night. In another twist, he also grabbed the keys to a bakery vehicle, but didn’t steal the vehicle itself. San Rafael police are seeking the public’s help to identify the burglar. The doughnut company's founder says they're grateful no one was hurt during the crime. They plan to deliver treats to San Rafael police.

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A 26-year-old man has been convicted of killing a retired St. Louis police captain in 2020 during a violent night sparked by racial injustice protests. A jury on Wednesday found Stephan Cannon guilty of first-degree murder and five other charges in the death of 77-year-old Capt. David Dorn on June 2, 2020. Dorn was shot at a friend's pawn shop, which was being looted. Prosecutors said Cannon fled the store and walked to a nearby corner, where he fired 10 shots at Dorn, who was investigating alarms at the store. Cannon's attorneys argued the state had no evidence connecting Cannon to Dorn's death. Cannon will be sentenced Sept. 13.

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