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In addition to neighbors who objected to the cell tower, the Dakota Sioux tribe became involved because its members consider Melville Hill sacred ground, as it's where the daughter of Dr. Charles A. Eastman, a Native American leader, is buried.
A 53-year-old woman pleaded guilty Wednesday to assisting her boyfriend in the robbery of an elderly woman who was held up at gunpoint in Parsippany, forced to give up her debit and credit cards and... 0
Testimony included what police officials knew about Goodwin's inheritance and when, about his visits to a bank with his wealthy benefactor, about Goodwin taking her to a casino and about her physical... 0