Police in Indiana Kill Suspect

In Campus Officer's Death

INDIANAPOLIS -- A man fatally shot a Butler University police officer outside the school's basketball arena Friday, leading to a manhunt that ended with police fatally wounding the suspect, Kahdir Al Khattab, 26.

The officer, James Davis, 31, was called to investigate a suspicious person inside Hinkle Fieldhouse, where the women's basketball team was practicing, police said.

The man was outside the building when Davis arrived. Davis was shot once in the head, police said.

* RALEIGH, N.C. -- The State Bar issued a formal reprimand -- the lightest punishment -- for two former prosecutors who withheld evidence that could have helped clear a man convicted of murder and sentenced to death. David Hoke and Debra Graves could have been disbarred for their conduct in the case of Alan Gell, who won a new trial and was acquitted after the withheld evidence became public.

* MIAMI -- Angel Rafael Mariscal, 45, was sentenced to 100 years in prison for recording his sex acts with at least 120 children in Cuba and Ecuador and distributing the videotapes and CDs to customers in the United States. He was convicted in April of producing, importing and selling child pornography.

* LAKELAND, Fla. -- Remains believed to be those of a 16-year-old girl who disappeared in 1999 after leaving a child welfare office were found in a back yard, sheriff's officials said. Deputies searching for Racheal Ann Martina found the remains in a yard belonging to Edward Romeo, 26, who is in jail and charged in the fatal shooting of his brother. Romeo is "a person of interest" in the Martina case, but he has not been charged, Polk County sheriff's spokeswoman Carrie Rogers said.

* AKRON, Ohio -- The leader of Ohio's largest mosque lost his citizenship for lying about his connections to terrorist groups but cannot be deported until a federal court hears his appeal, which could take 18 months. Imam Fawaz Damra's citizenship was revoked Thursday by U.S. District Judge James S. Gwin. Damra was found guilty of lying about his ties to terrorist groups when he applied in 1994 to become a citizen. On Monday, Gwin sentenced the Palestinian-born Damra to two months in prison and four months of home detention.

* FAIRFIELD, Calif. -- A man who police said carjacked four vehicles in the San Francisco Bay area -- sexually assaulting two of the victims -- was arrested in Missouri, police said. Derrick Austin Hill, 22, was arrested without incident Thursday night as he and a friend drove toward St. Louis, authorities said.

* HARTFORD, Conn. -- A onetime top aide to former governor John G. Rowland (R) and a major state construction contractor pleaded not guilty to charges they ran a criminal organization from the governor's office, trading contracts for gold coins, expensive meals and limousine trips. Former co-chief of staff Peter N. Ellef and contractor William Tomasso were released on $100,000 bonds.

-- From News Services