June 8, 2005 |
Accidental death has not been ruled out in the disappearance of an Alabama honors student in Aruba, despite the arrest of two men, authorities said. Police and the FBI kept up a search for 18-year-old Natalee Holloway. Officials said the two suspects had not been charged, contrary to previous reports. A spokeswoman for the attorney general said authorities initially had misspoken while trying to explain the situation to reporters in English, a second language in the Dutch territory.
April 17, 2006 |
The arrest of a suspect in the disappearance of teenager Natalee Holloway left many islanders wondering whether there had been a breakthrough in the almost year-old case. Aruban authorities late Saturday would say only that the person arrested is 19 years old and has the initials G.V.C. In Aruba, when an arrest is announced, officials usually release only a suspect's initials. Holloway, an honors student from Mountain Brook, Ala.
September 4, 1996 |
Paul O'Neill and Jeff Nelson of the New York Yankees and Seattle catcher John Marzano were suspended for two games by American League president Gene Budig for their roles in a brawl last week. Budig also fined O'Neill and Nelson $1,000 and fined Yankee outfielder Darryl Strawberry and Mariner pitcher Bobby Ayala $500. Marzano and Nelson both decided not to appeal and their suspensions began Tuesday night. O'Neill's suspension is not scheduled to begin until Friday.
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February 12, 1988 |
A coroner's finding that a Huntington Harbour woman died of apparent natural causes after a shipwreck vindicates her husband, who is accused by her children of being responsible for the death, the husband's lawyer said Thursday. "I thought I was going to win anyway. This makes it even easier," said Clement Jacomini, lawyer for Kenneth Barwick. "It's a great vindication for Kenneth," Jacomini added. "They ruled out any possible way that he could have killed her. He had no reason to kill her."
June 24, 2005 |
Police arrested the father of a young Dutch teen already in custody in connection with the disappearance of a young Alabama woman and said he was considered a suspect in the 3-week-old case. The teen's mother, meanwhile, told Associated Press that her son had changed his story, admitting to her that he was alone with 18-year-old Natalee Holloway on a beach the night she vanished, and that he left her there, not at a hotel as he had earlier stated.
September 2, 2005 |
An Aruban judge ordered the conditional release of a Dutch teenager in the disappearance of 18-year-old Natalee Holloway of Alabama, but he remains a suspect, his defense attorney said. Joran van der Sloot, 18, could be released from jail as early as Saturday and remain free pending the outcome of the inquiry, said Antonio Carlo. The prosecutor's office declined to comment, saying it hadn't received the entire order. Two Surinamese brothers are also suspects in Holloway's disappearance.
September 3, 2005 |
A judge ordered all three men jailed in the disappearance of an Alabama teenager freed from custody today. Police officer Adolfo Richardson said the investigation was continuing. Prosecutors appealed the order allowing the conditional release of Surinamese brothers Deepak and Satish Kalpoe. Dutch teenager Joran van der Sloot, who turned 18 in jail, is also to be released conditionally. All reportedly were seen with 18-year-old Natalee Holloway the night she disappeared. They deny any
December 8, 2007 |
A judge ordered the release of the last of three suspects rearrested last month in the disappearance of Alabama teenager Natalee Holloway, ruling that the evidence was not strong enough to continue holding him. Joran van der Sloot was arrested Nov. 21 along with Surinamese brothers Deepak and Satish Kalpoe, who were released Dec. 1 with a similar ruling. The three were the last people known to have seen Holloway, who vanished May 30, 2005. They have denied involvement in her disappearance.