Prosecutors in Maryland charged a high-ranking agent with the National Security Agency with first-degree murder in connection with the death of a 3-year-old special needs toddler adopted from South Korea just months earlier, according to the Washington Post.
Brian O’Callaghan, 36, is accused of repeatedly striking Hyunsu O’Callaghan’s head, neck and back and inflicting damage which caused the boy’s death two days later, according to prosecutors.
“An absolutely horrific crime on an absolutely innocent young victim,” said Assistant State’s Attorney Donna Fenton, according to the Post. “Basically this child was beaten to death from head to toe.” Continue Reading »
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A 76-year-old Dallas man was found guilty on Thursday of killing two neighbors in a long dispute over dog droppings.
A jury in Dallas County Court took three hours to reach the verdict, which resulted in an automatic sentence of life in prison without parole, according to CultureMap Dallas.
Chung Kim, a Korean immigrant, was accused of shooting Michelle Jackson and her fiancé Jamie Stafford, both 31, at a North Dallas condo complex in early February. Kim told authorities his neighbors regularly hosed down their patio which caused their dog’s urine and feces to stream down onto his own patio. Continue Reading »
The father and grandparents of K-pop boy band Super Junior leader Park Jeong-su, better known by his stage name Leeteuk, were found dead in a suspected murder-suicide, police said.
Park’s cousin, who lived with the star’s father and grandparents in Seoul, discovered the bodies in a bedroom on Monday morning, according to Seoul Sinmun. The bodies of Park’s grandparents were found in bed while the body of his father was found hanging from a rope.
SM Entertainment, which represents Super Junior, initially issued a statement that said Park’s father and grandparents had died in a car accident, but it was later revealed that they were found dead in their home. Suspicion stemming from SM Entertainment’s false report later led to the revelation that the three had actually died in a suspected murder-suicide, according to Sports Seoul. Continue Reading »
Ki Song Kim.
A Georgia man was indicted by a grand jury in connection with the fatal double-murder stabbing of a married couple who owned a restaurant supply company.
Ki Song Kim, 45, was arrested in late July with stabbing to death 63-year-old Young Chan Choi and his 59-year-old wife, Sun Hee Choi at their home in Duluth, a suburb of Atlanta. Authorities at first believed Kim may have intended to rob the couple who owned Best Supply in Norcross, where Kim worked.
A Gwinnett County grand jury indicted Kim on two counts of murder, two counts of felony murder, four counts of aggravated assault, two counts of aggravated battery and possession of a weapon during the commission of a felony, the Gwinnett Daily Post reported. No robbery charges were handed down by the grand jury. Continue Reading »
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A manhunt by police in Long Island, N.Y., is currently underway after a Queens man reportedly shot two people, killing one, over a bad business deal.
Sang Ho Kim walked into Savenergy, an efficient-lighting company, at around 10 a.m near the Roosevelt Field Mall in Garden City and opened fire, police said. An employee was killed and the owner was wounded and underwent surgery. Kim was said to have been a vendor for the company.
“There was some disgruntlement between him and the company that he was attacking,” said Steve Skrynecki, Nassau County Police Chief. “It seems to be over some bad business deal or some issue with a business deal that they were involved in.”
Authorities are currently searching for Kim, reportedly 63, who is not expected to be within the immediate area of the incident. Continue Reading »