Police say Charles Richard and Avis Murphy got out of the cab at each stop, smashed car windows, and took a bunch of stuff. MEMPHIS, Tenn.Read more on (Date:08/13/2018 00:06) Read full article >>

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Charles: Charles is a masculine given name, the English and French form of a Germanic name first recorded in the Anglo-Saxon period as Cearl or Ceorl, as the name of king Cearl of Mercia.
Richard: The first or given name Richard derives from German, French, and English "ric" and "hard" , and it therefore means "powerful leader".
Murphy: Murphy is an Anglicized version of two Irish surnames: Murchadha Murchadh , and Mac MurchaidhMac Murchadh derived from the Irish personal name Murchadh, which meant "sea-warrior" or "sea-battler". .