Army Sgt. Tristian Jackson (Facebook via Stars and Stripes)

A U.S. Army recruiter killed in a hail of gunfire Wednesday night is being remembered as a faithful servant to his country and his family.

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Coast Guard Seaman Ethan W. Tucker, right, is accused of killing Seaman Ethan Kelch, left, in Alaska. Facebook

A seaman with the U.S. Coast Guard will face a court martial on murder and other charges relating to the death of a fellow seaman in Alaska.

Ethan Tucker is charged with the January death of 19-year-old Seaman Ethan Kelch of Virginia Beach, Virginia, according to the Associated Press.

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Staff Sgt. Percy Harris (Lamar County Jail)

An Army staff sergeant with the Mississippi Army National Guard has been charged in his wife's murder, after police found her shot to death on Sunday night.

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Sean Urbanski (right); Army 2nd Lt. Richard Collins III (left) (Associated Press photos)

A Maryland man has been convicted of first-degree murder in the killing of Army 2nd Lt. Richard Collins III, who was stabbed at a bus stop in College Park in 2017.

Sean Urbanski was found guilty of first-degree murder in the killing, the jury announced Wednesday after deliberating for two hours.

"Today justice was served," said Aisha Braveboy, the state's attorney for Prince George's County.

Prince George's County prosecutors will seek a sentence of life without parole for the first-degree murder conviction, Braveboy said during a press conference.

A sentencing hearing is scheduled for April 16.

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Richard Collins III (left); Sean Christopher Urbanski (right) (Facebook)

A Maryland judge dismissed the hate-crime charge against man on trial for the murder of a Bowie State University student, saying prosecutors did not meet the burden of proof.

Circuit Court Judge Lawrence Hill Jr. ruled Tuesday that the Prince George's County State's Attorney's Office did not prove the stabbing death of Army 2nd Lt. Richard Collins III was motivated by hate. The first-degree murder charge against Sean Urbanski is expected to go to the jury Wednesday following closing arguments. The defense rested its case Tuesday.

"We believe there is no evidence of a race-based killing," defense attorney John M. McKenna said.

Both Collins' and Urbanski's parents wept after the hate crime charge was dismissed.

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A Marine wanted for killing his mother's boyfriend reportedly escaped police by hiding inside an RV they'd spent hours searching before towing it to a parking lot, where he escaped under the cover of darkness.

It wasn't until more than two weeks later authorities finally caught up to Michael Brown at his mom's home, which was the scene of the crime.

Brown stuffed himself into a tight spot in his camper during an hours-long search of the vehicle on Nov. 10, according to NBC affiliate WSLS in Virginia. A day earlier, cops said Brown fatally shot his mother's boyfriend, Rodney Brown. The AWOL Marine remained on the lam until Nov. 27, where he was finally apprehended without incident.

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