Parents Banned Abused Daughter From Leaving Home

Parents banned abused daughter from leaving home

The mother of a ten-year-old girl who died after suspected domestic violence has reportedly told police that she did not allow her daughter to leave their home for a month under her husband's instruction.

Mia Kurihara was found dead in her home in Noda city, Chiba Prefecture, near Tokyo, last month. Police arrested her father Yuichiro Kurihara last month on suspicion of inflicting injuries that led to Mia's death. Her mother Nagisa was also arrested on Monday.

Police Box Attacker Arrested On Leaving Hospital

Police box attacker arrested on leaving hospital

Police in Toyama Prefecture, central Japan, have arrested a man who attacked a local police box on June 26th. He killed a police officer on duty there and another person later.

22-year-old Keita Shimazu from the town of Tateyama in the prefecture is suspected of fatally stabbing the policeman at the police box in Toyama City on that day.

Mother Nabbed For Leaving Dead Baby In Locker

Mother nabbed for leaving dead baby in locker

Tokyo police have arrested a woman on suspicion of abandoning the body of her baby daughter in a coin-operated locker.

The corpse was found last Tuesday in a suitcase left inside a roadside locker in Kabukicho, an entertainment district in the ward of Shinjuku.

Ecclestone Trying To Keep Infiniti Red Bull From Leaving F1

Ecclestone Trying To Keep Infiniti Red Bull From Leaving F1As the 2016 Formula 1 landscape is beginning to take shape, Red Bull and Toro Rosso have been left standing in the dark after filing to sever ties with Renault.
It wasn't that long ago that Red Bull were absolutely fed up with their underwhelming Renault power unit and filed a partnership termination document, subsequently accepted by Renault. Well, that's great if you've got an ace or two up your sleeve, but as it stands right now, both Red Bull as well as Toro Rosso are without an engine supplier.

Baseball: Lions Acquire Right-hander Reynolds, Say German, Sarfate Leaving

Baseball: Lions acquire right-hander Reynolds, say German, Sarfate leavingThe Seibu Lions announced Wednesday they had acquired right-hander Greg Reynolds, while admitting that closer Dennis Sarfate and infielder Esteban German appear unlikely to return.
Reynolds, a 2.01-meter 28-year-old, was the second overall pick in the major leagues' 2006 draft, but has pitched in just 33 games at the major league level with a career 6-11 record in his stints with the Colorado Rockies and Cincinnati Reds.