John M. McIntyre, 40, of Worcester, Mass., left, stands with his lawyer John G. Swomley during McIntyre's arraignment in the Brockton District Court in Brockton, Mass., Oct. 14, 2003. McIntyre escaped from the Massachusetts Treatment Center for the Sexually Dangerous in Bridgewater, Mass., Oct. 12, but was captured without incident about a mile from the prison on the morning of Oct. 14.
Hugo Selenski, an escaped prison inmate charged with two murders and suspected of others, is led to his arraignment, Oct. 13, 2003, by Pennsylvania State Trooper David Himlin, left, at Magistrate John Hopkins in Edwardsville, Pa., after Selenski surrendered to police at his home after three days on the run.
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J.L. "Red" Rountree, 91, is led to an arraignment at the Federal Building in Lubbock, Texas, Aug. 27, 2003, on a charge of robbing an Abilene, Texas bank. On Oct. 9, 2003, Rountree pleaded guilty in federal court to robbing the bank in August of $1,999. A sentencing date for the Abilene robbery has not been set. It was his third bank robbery in less than five years.
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Paul R. Nolin Jr., 39, of Falmouth, Mass., appears In Falmouth District Court Oct. 2, 2003, where he was arraigned on kidnapping and murder charges for the death of Jonathan Wessner, 20, of Falmouth. He pleaded innocent, according to Cape and Islands District Attorney Michael O'Keefe's office. The investigation into Wessner's death began after his mother reported him missing on Sept. 22.
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Kingston, Mass. selectman Richard Cretinon, right, is brought into a Plymouth District Court courtroom in Plymouth, Mass. by a court officer, Oct. 3, 2003 for his arraignment on on two counts of child rape and one count of indecent assault and battery of a child over the age of 14.
Ralph Nesbitt, 37, of Brockton, Mass., is arraigned Oct. 2, 2003, in Attleboro, Mass., in the stabbing death of Dawn Brault, 31, in her home on the night of Oct. 1. Nesbitt was ordered to undergo a psychiatric evaluation.