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Mystery after SUV plunges off cliff, police say deadly crash may have been intentional. Newlywed kills wife, confesses to priest? Young mom of 4 found shot to death near road, suspect still on the run. "Afflluenza" teen released after 720 days in jail.

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A family's SUV found at the bottom of a California cliff last week may have been deliberately driven off the road, police told media Sunday. The bodies of Jennifer and Sarah Hart, both 38, were discovered inside their overturned SUV near a remote stretch of Highway 1 in Northern California last Monday. Emergency responders found the bodies of three of their six children outside the car, which landed upside down on the rocky shoreline below the cliff. Their other children remain missing.

New details are emerging in the case of a Pennsylvania man accused of killing his new wife. 44-year-old John Paul Grazioli allegedly confessed his crime to a local priest. We still don't know a motive in 31-year-old Amanda Grazioli's death. Court documents suggest John Grazioli may have been seeking extra-marital affairs. Grazioli also allegedly told his ex-wife that he planned on divorcing his current wife.

Brianna ("Mariah") De La Cruz, 20 was found dead on the side of a busy road with multiple gunshot wounds. The mother of four was discovered by a driver on the southeast side of San Antonio with several shell casings nearby. The driver called 911 and now, the victim's family wants answers.

Ethan Couch, known for his "affluenza" defense in his deadly drunk driving case, was released from a Texas jail today after serving nearly two years behind bars for violating his probation. Couch, 20, first made headlines as a teenager when he was sentenced to probation for a drunken driving crash that killed four people and seriously injured two others. via Knit

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