Accused killer pleaded guilty in earlier death
LAKELAND, Fla. (AP) -- The man accused of killing his wife and then shooting two church pastors had been sentenced to probation for killing a previous wife years earlier, according to court records.
Jeremiah Fogle, 57, was charged with murder after Sunday's shootings. During a hearing Monday, he was ordered held without bond.
Authorities said he killed his wife, Theresa, and then wounded a pastor and associate pastor. The congregation had been bowing their heads in prayer when Fogle burst inside.
Years before, Fogle had pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the death of his wife, Diane. He was sentenced in 1987 to 10 years' probation.
Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said Fogle has been married at least seven times.
Convicted ex-lawyer found dead in cell
DOVER, Del. (AP) -- A once wealthy and politically connected Delaware attorney serving life in prison for killing his mistress has been found dead in his prison cell.
State officials said Tom Capano, 61, was found unresponsive Monday morning in his cell at the state prison in Smyrna. He was pronounced dead shortly after noon.
Capano was convicted of shooting his mistress, Ann Marie Fahey, after she decided to end an affair with him in 1996. He had spent time on death row before his death sentence was overturned.
Fahey was the scheduling secretary to then-Gov. Tom Carper, now Delaware's senior U.S. senator.