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Lincoln Woman Accused of Killing Two Men with Car to Face Trial Next Month

Date: April 11, 2024 LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – Taylor Bradley, a 28-year-old woman from Lincoln, Nebraska, will stand trial next month for the alleged homicide of two men. The case, which has drawn attention to the issue of women who kill , is set to begin on May 17 as a bench trial, with Lancaster County District Judge Ryan Post presiding. Bradley was arrested on March 27, 2023, after the Lincoln Police Department reported that she had run over two maintenance workers at an apartment complex near 40th Street and Nebraska Parkway. The victims, identified as Ronald Gonzales-Ribas and Christopher Karmazin, were pronounced dead at the scene. Police Chief Teresa Ewins stated that Bradley had "purposely" run over the men and had also attempted to run over a third man, Robert Sargent. The case was temporarily put on hold in April 2023 when a judge found Bradley "not mentally competent" to stand trial. However, on September 1, Lancaster County Judge Thomas Zimmerman ruled th

Kouri Richins: A Twisted Tale of Murder and Deception - Female murderer

UPDATE AT THE END: Kouri Richins, a Utah woman, stands accused of murdering her husband, Eric Richins, by spiking his drink with a lethal dose of fentanyl. The case has captured national attention, not only for the shocking nature of the alleged crime but also for the bizarre series of events that followed. If convicted, Richins could join the ranks of notorious female murderers on death row . According to court documents, Richins allegedly poisoned her husband on March 4, 2022, during a celebration at their home in Kamas, Utah. In a disturbing twist, after her husband's death, Richins wrote a children's book about grief, an act that now appears to be a calculated attempt to deflect suspicion. As investigators delved deeper into the case, a complex web of deceit and financial impropriety emerged. Richins had allegedly purchased multiple secret life insurance policies on her husband, totaling nearly $2 million, and had stolen significant sums of money from his accounts and busin