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Verdict Watch in the OH v. Erica Stefanko Trial.
Unsealed depositions Jeffrey Epstein. What his former house manager is accusing Ghislaine Maxwell of doing.
A rescue caught on camera. How police saved this woman from her minivan sinking into a river.
A Staten Island man swarmed by police. Hear from the man accusing NYPD of excessive force.
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In This Story: Erica Stefanko
Erica Stefanko, 37, is accused of being a part of the murder of Ashley Nicole Biggs, 25, which took place on June 20, 2012.
Stefanko was married to Chad Cobb, who had fathered a child with Biggs. Cobb confessed to killing Biggs, and pleaded guilty to her murder in 2013.
Stefanko is accused of being a part of the murder. Investigators claim that a female caller lured Biggs – a Domino’s pizza delivery driver – to an empty business premises, where she was killed by Cobb. That caller, they allege, was Stefanko.
The trial continues.
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In This Story: Ghislaine Maxwell
Ghislaine Noelle Marion Maxwell is a British former socialite, known for her association with financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. She worked for her father, the publishing tycoon Robert Maxwell, until his death in 1991 when she moved to the United States and became a close associate of Epstein.
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In This Story: Jeffrey Epstein
Jeffrey Edward Epstein was an American financier and convicted sex offender. He began his professional life as a teacher but then switched to the banking and finance sector in various roles, working at Bear Stearns before forming his own firm.