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Paul Neilson, 51, of Lisbon, N.H., is accused of forging a police report to support his excuse to his boss that he was late because an officer had given him a warning about his expired car registration, police said.

Loren Varga, 60, of Franklin Park, N.J., has agreed to plead guilty, authorities say, after being accused of buying a $6,800 tiger-skin rug in violation of federal wildlife conservation laws.

Heiko Maas, Germany's foreign minister, and Italian counterpart Enzo Moavero will travel to Florence to hand the still-life Vase of Flowers back to an Italian gallery decades after the painting was stolen by Nazi troops during World War II, the German government announced.

Dana Jones, 44, faces second-degree murder and other charges in the death of his girlfriend, whose body was found inside her rural home near Kansas City, Mo., after deputies saw Jones, who was naked, crash a car heading away from the property, authorities said.

William McClain, 44, and Rebecca McClain, 36, of Blue Ridge, Ga., were arrested and are accused of attempting to induce an adoption by persuading a mother to sign over her rights to her 10-month-old child with the promise of a car, authorities said.

Donovan Travale Locklear, 24, was arrested and faces a second-degree murder charge in the shooting death of a 5-year-old boy who police in North Carolina say was in the back seat of his mother's car when he was caught in the crossfire of two groups' gunfight.

Deyvis Vizcaino, 42, of New York; Jose Isaola, 28, of Georgia; and McAllen Mathurin, 49, of Norfolk, Va., were charged with conspiracy to distribute cocaine after authorities said the three men planned to exchange 22 pounds of the substance for $280,000 when they were arrested in a drug bust outside a store in Virginia Beach, Va.

Eugene Jo, 73, was found in a canyon a week after he disappeared in the mountains north of Los Angeles when he became separated from his hiking group, surviving in the wilderness by drinking water from a creek, authorities said.

Austin Mikel Clay, 25, who last year pleaded no contest in the vandalism of President Donald Trump's Walk of Fame star with a pickax, has pleaded innocent to felony grand theft and vandalism after being accused of stealing a statue of Marilyn Monroe from atop a Hollywood public art installation, prosecutors say.

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