WARSAW, Va. (AP) — A man charged with killing his parents and three others in Louisiana drove to Virginia to try to hug and kiss two aunts and a grandmother goodbye, his court-appointed attorney in Virginia said Friday.Dakota Theriot declined to fight extradition back to Louisiana, and authorities flew him back to Louisiana on Friday, news outlets reported."He basically wanted to say 'I love you, I'm sorry,'" attorney Steve Barnette said. "He knows he's probably never going to see the outside of a jail again."Theriot, 21, may face the death penalty on murder charges in the deaths of his girlfriend, her father, her brother and his own parents.Authorities in Louisiana have said Theriot confessed to investigators who had traveled to Virginia, although they said his motives remain unclear.Friday's hearing was Theriot's first court appearance since being arrested outside his grandmother's house Sunday in Warsaw, a small town in a rural area about an hour northeast of Richmond.The … [Read more...] about Lawyer: Suspect in 5 killings wanted to say ‘I’m sorry’
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Paul C. Grzella Bridgewater Courier News Published 9:54 AM EST Jan 23, 2019 First, Anna Arcuri-Abbey was a caregiver for her father. He died 25 years ago, at the age of 91. Then, the South Bound Brook resident was a caregiver for her mother for nearly 10 years. She died eight years ago, on Arcuri-Abbey's birthday. "It was her way of saying good-bye to me," Arcuri-Abbey said. Since then, she has helped with the care of other older relatives, including her husband's late father as well as his mother, who now lives in a nearby home in the borough. Three months ago, she began working as a part-time recreational assistant in the Harmony Village, the memory care program at CareOne at Somerset Valley in Bridgewater. "I may not have the certificates but I have 25 years of experience," Arcuri-Abbey said. Learning boundaries And what has that experience taught her? "A caregiver has to learn a boundary of taking care of themselves," Arcuri-Abbey said. "What good is a caregiver … [Read more...] about Advice to caregivers, from a caregiver: ‘Always say I love you’
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Bill Ervolino NorthJersey Published 4:36 p.m. UTC Jul 2, 2018 In a career spanning six decades, onetime Tenafly resident Paul Sorvino has played cops, killers, the hot-wired dad to Romeo’s Juliet in Baz Luhrman’s over-the-top “Romeo + Juliet” and a chubby Dick Tracy villain with a big mouth — literally — opposite Warren Beatty and Al Pacino. At 79, he remains as active as ever, with the 2018 indie thriller “Beneath the Leaves” under his belt and five other projects in various stages of development and post-production. As Sorvino learned last week, he is also a member of the Hollywood Walk of Fame’s “Class of 2019,” and will receive his coveted star at some point in the coming year. (Dedication ceremonies, set by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, have yet to be scheduled.) Perhaps best known for his film work, most notably as a gangster in Martin Scorsese’s “GoodFellas” and as Henry Kissinger in … [Read more...] about ‘Goodfella’ Paul Sorvino on New Jersey: ‘I love you in my memory’
Since Brad Evans started Denver FUGLY three years ago this past April 1 (no joke), he has collected close to 7,400 members for the Facebook group, created the Ditch the Ditch campaign, moved from Denver's Jefferson Park to Jefferson County, brought new wheelers and dealers into the Denver Cruiser Ride that he founded a decade ago, discovered through his birth father that he's related to Wyatt Earp, and started a brand-new Facebook group, called I Love You Denver.While FUGLY is basically a shootout at the not-okay housing corral, cataloguing one monstrous new project after another, I Love You Denver could be considered a love letter to the Mile High City. "Now I'm going to get picked on for going soft," Evans says.And in fact, when Brad Buchanan, head of Denver's planning department and a frequent FUGLY target, saw the new page, he wondered exactly that. "What, are you going soft on me?" he messaged Evans.Not a chance. Evans launched Denver FUGLY with this manifesto: "Let’s … [Read more...] about Has Brad Evans Gone Soft? See “I Love You Denver” and Decide!