Joseph E. Gorzoch (The Bucks County Department of Corrections)

Prosecutors say a Bensalem, Pennsylvania man "spun a web of lies" in falsely claiming to be a U.S. Navy veteran injured by an explosion while serving in Afghanistan, in order to receive a lesser jail sentence for two DUI offenses.

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Riley Schultz (Facebook)

In the early morning hours of March 15, Riley Schultz, a 19-year-old Marine from Longmont, California, was found at his guard post in Camp Pendleton, San Diego with an apparent gunshot wound to the head. Less than 30 minutes later he was pronounced dead.

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Ricardo Delano Whitehead, third from left, was honored by Live Oak officials and the Sutter County Sheriff's Office at Wednesday's City Council meeting for intervening in an attack last month. (Courtesy Sutter County Sheriff's Office)

Ricardo Delano Whitehead isn't your average 69-year-old. Despite being just a few weeks shy of 70, the U.S. Army veteran still practices martial arts. In his younger years, he even taught it to an Army battalion at Fort Bragg in North Carolina.

On Feb. 13, Whitehead happened upon a man he saw tackle a woman before repeatedly punching her in the doorway of a Live Oak, California business. Whitehead yelled at the suspect to leave the woman alone, at which point the other man turned his attention on the veteran.

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An HH-65C Dolphin helicopter from U.S. Coast Guard Air Station Traverse City, Mich., takes off from historic Ross Field in front of headquarters Building 1 at Naval Station Great Lakes. The helicopter arrived to give the station's commanding officer, Capt. David Schnell, an orientation flight over the base. (U.S. Navy/Scott A. Thornbloom)

A sailor stationed at the Naval Station Great Lakes has been charged in federal court in Chicago with convincing a 13-year-old girl he met online to send him sexually explicit photos and videos of herself.

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Julio Morris and two other men have now been charged with the brazen killing of Ezell Finklea, the Army Special Forces veteran who had repeatedly cooperated with Miami-Dade prosecutors despite threats to his life. (Miami-Dade Corrections/Facebook)

In January, Julio Morris was days away from his murder trial when a key eyewitness was gunned down in an ambush attack in North Miami-Dade. The trial was postponed.

This week, as Morris' trial finally got under way, prosecutors unsealed a new case against him: that he ordered the hit on the eyewitness from behind bars.

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Justin Walters

An Army combat veteran from upstate New York has been found guilty of a double homicide in which he shot and killed his wife and a state trooper.

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