Loughner lawyers fight forced medication; Former Nogales mayor pleads guilty

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TUCSON, Ariz. -- An update in the case of the man charged with shooting Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and killing 6 people on January 8.

Jared Loughner's lawyers say federal prison officials want to forcibly give him anti-psychotic drugs and they want the judge to prevent it.

The court filings reveal some of loughner's behavior behind bars, including throwing a chair against the cell door on two occasions and once spitting on his own lawyer.

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TUCSON, Ariz. -- The former mayor of Nogales, will be heading to prison.

In a surprise this morning in court, Octavio Garcia Von Borstel pleaded guilty to fraud.

The 31-year-old also pleaded no contest to illegally conduction an enterprise.

Garcia's father also accepted a plea deal that could send him to prison for two years.

Sentencing for the two men will be on August 29.