Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Ohio man pleads not guilty to kidnapping son from mother in 2002

An Ohio man accused of taking his 5-year-old son from his mother's house in Alabama in 2002 and living with him under false identities for 13 years pleaded not guilty on Tuesday and remained jailed on a $250,000 bond. Bobby Hernandez, 53, was indicted in late November on 32 charges in Cuyahoga County, including kidnapping, interference with child custody, tampering with records and forgery, according to court records. Julian Hernandez, now 18, had been found in a national database for missing children after he had used an incorrect Social Security number for his college applications and his school notified authorities, Alabama police have said.

Former Nigerian minister arrested over $2 bln arms deal

Nigeria's former minister of state for finance has been arrested in connection with a $2 billion arms deal that is currently being investigated, a spokesman for the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) said on Tuesday. "Yes I confirm to you that the former minister of state for finance, Bashir Yuguda, along with some other persons, have been arrested by EFCC in connection with the $2 billion arms deal with the former National Security Adviser (NSA).

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