A former advertising executive serving 70 years in prison for kidnapping his ex-wife and burning down their house has lost his legal appeal.
A state prosecutor has dropped a second arson case against a former advertising executive already serving a 70-year prison sentence for kidnapping his ex-wife and burning a house down.
A former advertising executive has been convicted of kidnapping his ex-wife, holding her hostage for nearly 12 hours and burning down the Connecticut home they once shared.
A Connecticut woman testified Wednesday she was terrified when her ex-husband fired a gun into a wall, a few inches from her head, after kidnapping her and holding her hostage for several hours in 2009.
The trial is under way for a Connecticut man charged with kidnapping his ex-wife and holding her hostage for a dozen hours before burning down the home they once shared during a police standoff.
A trial has been scheduled for next month for a Connecticut man accused of kidnapping his ex-wife and holding her hostage for hours before burning down the house they once shared.
By DAVE COLLINS, Associated Press HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ A man charged with burning down his beach home hours before he was supposed to give it to his estranged wife can sue the home’s insurer […]