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Florida couple had drugs, toddler in bug-infested car, cops say

Authorities say a Florida couple had a toddler girl inside a roach-infested car while they were using drugs.

The DeLand Police Department arrested 30-year-old David Dexter and 28-year-old Christian Wilson on child abuse and drug possession charges. The 2-year-old girl was turned over to family after receiving care for a neck wound from a cigarette burn that had attracted insects.

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David Dexter, left, and Christian Wilson (Volusia County Jail)

A statement said officers noticed drug paraphernalia when they approached the car Tuesday after seeing a child and two adults inside when the temperature was 104 degrees. Officers found a needle and bottle cap with an opioid, spoiled food, dirty diapers, and roaches and other insects on the seats.

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The couple admitted to injecting the drugs in the child’s presence. An attorney was not listed in records.

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NYC man crushed by safe in Manhattan stairwell

A man was crushed and killed by a giant safe on Sunday while attempting to move the 600-plus pound equipment in Lower Manhattan, sources said.

The unidentified man and two friends were trying to get the large safe down a flight of stairs at 76 Mott Street at around 4:30 p.m. when they lost control, according to law enforcement sources.

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76 Mott Street in Chinatown, Manhattan (Google Street View)

The safe, which weighs between 600 and 800 pounds, slid down the stairs and pinned the man against the wall of the stairwell.

“It was heavy – too heavy,” said a woman at the building on Sunday evening.

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“Man was moving it from fourth floor and it come down on him.”

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Florida driver seen dragging deputy over 100 yards on interstate on-ramp is charged

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A Florida driver has been charged with attempted murder of a law enforcement officer and aggravated assault after police video showed him dragging a Seminole County deputy over 100 yards on an interstate on-ramp.

Deputy Aaron Blais conducted a traffic stop on Rocky Rudolph Jr., 38, because he was driving in a vehicle with illegally tinted windows, Sheriff Dennis Lemma told reporters at a news conference Saturday.

The officer said he smelled marijuana on the suspect, whom police identified as a convicted felon, but when prompted, Rudolph told Blais he did not have a card for medical marijuana. Rudolph refused to turn off his engine when Blais asked him to do so and while the officer was still speaking to him, Rudolph took off in the black Escalade, dragging the officer about 20 feet.

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When the car came to a stop, Blais pulled out his gun, pointing it into the vehicle and radioing for backup but Rudolph grabbed Blaise and drove another 100 yards toward I-4.

“Deputy Blais falls off the car, rolls into the median and is witnessed by eyewitnesses all around,” Lemma said.

At some point during the incident, Blais shot Rudolph in the leg. It was unclear how many shots were fired in all, but The Florida Department of Law Enforcement will investigate further, Sheriff’s Office spokesman Bob Kealing said.

Rudolph ultimately ran off, throwing a gun into the bushes, according to eyewitnesses, and was pursued by law enforcement including the sheriff’s office SWAT team for almost 8 hours before he was caught inside another vehicle.

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Lemma said he was “absolutely convinced that Rudolph was reaching for his gun” during the incident, and that body camera and dashboard footage would “clearly show that.”

“This was a very dangerous situation,” Lemma said. “Our deputy could have been killed.” Doctors later released the officer from the hospital.

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Protesters at San Francisco Pride parade block street in show against Google, corporate sponsorship, police

Protesters clashed with police Sunday at the 49th annual San Francisco Pride parade and at least 12 demonstrators sat down in the street with arms linked, blocking the route to protest the involvement of police and corporations including Google.

A list of demands circulating on Twitter demanded “no corporations in Pride,” a nod to Google’s sponsorship of the parade, which some employees of the company had opposed in a petition weeks before the event.

Critics have pointed out examples of hate speech toward LGBTQ people circulating on YouTube and other Google platforms.

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In a letter appealing to the Pride parade’s board of directors last Wednesday, a group of 140 Google employees asked that the parade revoke Google’s sponsorship of the event but the board declined to do so. Disgruntled employees opted to organize a protest even after Google told its employees that doing so would violate the company’s communications policy and code of conduct to protest the company while representing the brand at the parade.

The list of demands also included stipulations against law enforcement, calling for “no police within the Pride Parade and no police presence at any Pride celebration, march or demonstration. The system of policing upholds white supremacy, hetero-patriarchy, gender binaries, and capitalist rule.”

The San Francisco Police Department did take part in the parade which attracted an estimated 1 million people, dedicating cruisers and vehicles decorated with rainbow-colored flags and lettering, and posting photos on Twitter with the caption “#SFPD is rolling with #Pride2019! #SafetyWithRespect”

Still, groups of protestors, using rainbow-colored tubing to link arms with one another and block the streets, chanted “Stonewall was a riot” in reference to the 1969 clash between police and members of the LGBTQ community at a bar in New York City, which triggered the beginning of the modern-day LGBTQ movement, marking its 50th anniversary this year.

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Marchers carrying signs with LGBTQ figures of history in New York City on Sunday. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

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The movement lasted for about an hour before the streets were cleared again. The SFPD said in a statement that two people were arrested during the parade after “protestors broke down barricades and threw water bottles at officers.”

Pride events took place across the country Sunday. In New York City, Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed legislation that would bar people who attack or kill a gay person in the state from arguing they panicked over their victim’s sexuality.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Clemson student, 20, falls off house roof to his death, report says

Police in Clemson, S.C., are investigating the death of a Clemson University student who fell off the roof of a house early Sunday, local media reported.

Clemson City Police Chief Jimmy Dixon told the Greenville News that officers responded to an address on Old Greenville Highway shortly after midnight, where they found 20-year-old Thomas Heard Few lying on the ground. Few was taken to Greenville Memorial Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

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Police found Thomas Few outside this house in Clemson (Google Street View)

Dixon told the paper that police did not suspect foul play but were investigating due to Few’s age and the possibility that alcohol was a factor in the fall.

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The News reported that Few was studying construction science and management at Clemson and was a member of the Kappa Alpha Order fraternity.

The Pickens County Coroner’s Office said that an autopsy has been scheduled for Monday.

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Homeless Colorado veteran receives donated car to help with doctor’s appointments

A veteran in Colorado who has been down on his luck received a special gift on Saturday to help get to doctor’s appointments.

Matthew Kenyon has been having ongoing struggles after being diagnosed with gangrene nearly a year ago that developed into a spinal infection. After losing his job, him and wife wound up homeless.

“We’ve been homeless for a while now,” Keynon told FOX31. “To get to a lot of our appointments, we’ve been having to take mass transit.”

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On Saturday, the Gulf War veteran and his wife received a special gift at the at the Freedom 4 Miler Walk/Run in Lone Tree — a donated car to help them get to doctor’s appointments.

“I am just so grateful to them for doing it,” he told FOX31.

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The vehicle was donated through the efforts of the Colorado Veterans Project, Geico and Caliber Collision.

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“[He’s] the perfect person to give it to,” Todd Youngblood of the Colorado Veterans Project told FOX31. “They didn’t feel like they deserved it, they didn’t ask for it… But they have reliable transportation now.”

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North Carolina sheriff urges for kindness after Florida man’s mugshot sparks negative comments

A North Carolina sheriff is asking of kindness after the mugshot of a Florida man arrested on drug trafficking charges received negative comments.

Orlando Lopez, 43, of Palm Coast, Fla., was pulled over Friday for a traffic violation on North Carolina’s I-95. Officers subsequently found 98 grams of cocaine and 35 grams of meth in his vehicle, the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office wrote on Facebook.

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Lopez was charged with two counts of trafficking in methamphetamine, two counts of trafficking in cocaine, possession with intent to sell and several other charges. He was held on a $250,000 bond.

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Orlando Lopez, 43, was arrested on drug trafficking charges. (Robeson County Sheriff’s Office)

However, it wasn’t Lopez’s crime that triggered comments on social media.

After police posted the mugshot and news release on Facebook, users began to leave comments about Lopez’s appearance. This prompted the sheriff’s office to leave a note in the release, pleading for civility.

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“Even though this individual has been charged for committing a crime, he is still someone’s child/family member,” the department wrote. “It is obvious that he has suffered some type of injury. Please refrain from making jokes/negative comments. Have a blessed day.”

A majority of users echoed the department’s statement and condemned those leaving making jokes about Lopez’s appearance.

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Massachusetts mother drove into Rhode Island reservoir with 3 children on board, police say

A woman from Massachusetts was arrested Friday afternoon after driving her vehicle into a reservoir in Rhode Island with her three young children inside, according to police.

The Portsmouth Police Department said in a news release posted to Facebook the agency responded to the reservoir around 3 p.m. for a report of a vehicle submerged in the water.

When authorities arrived they discovered the driver, 30-year-old Amanda Nappi of Milford, Mass., was able to get access to the embankment of the reservoir and then intentionally drove into the water.

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Nappi’s three young children were also in the vehicle as she drove into the waterway, according to police.

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Amanda Nappi, 30, was arrested on three counts of cruelty to or neglect of a child. (Portsmouth Police Department)

“At that time, all the occupants were taken to a local hospital as a precaution,” police said. All four were not seriously injured in the incident.

The reservoir, which provides drinking water to area residents, is located just north of Newport.

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Nappi’s children were later turned over to the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families.

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After her release from the hospital, the 30-year-old was arrested on three counts of cruelty to or neglect of a child. Nappi, who failed to post bond, is behind held at the  Women’s Adult Correctional Institution in Cranston, R.I.

Police said she’s expected back in court at a later time.

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Illinois husband, wife die while diving in Lake Michigan off Wisconsin, officials say

A husband and wife from Illinois both died after a diving incident on Lake Michigan off the coast of Wisconsin on Friday, according to officials.

The U.S. Coast Guard said it was called Friday afternoon to the dive boat about 17 miles off Milwaukee about a woman who was unresponsive after surfacing.

Officials said the woman, identified as 53-year-old Susan Winn, came up about 300 feet rapidly, was unresponsive and did not survive.

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Her husband, 53-year-old James Winn, did not resurface from his dive, according to the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office.

“This person was diving which means they had a buoyancy suit on, which means they may not be floating on the surface but maybe a couple feet under the water at which point it is even harder to find,” Coast Guard Lt. Phillip Gurtler told FOX6.

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A couple from Illinois died while diving in Lake Michigan off the coast of Wisconsin on Friday, according to officials. (WITI-TV)

Authorities search off the coast of South Milwaukee on Friday night and Saturday morning for Winn before calling off the search around 10:30 a.m. on Saturday. Officials told FOX6 that he is now presumed dead.

One Coast Guard boat, one Coast Guard helicopter and three Milwaukee police units were seen searching for the missing diver.

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The boat driver and two other divers on board were not hurt in the incident.

The couple from Kildeer, Illinois were experienced divers, officials told FOX6.

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In the wake of the two deaths, the Coast Guard is reminding those heading out on the lake this summer to have a plan in place when heading out on the water.

“Make sure you have a float plan that if you don’t come back, someone knows where you are and when you should be coming back,” Gurtler told FOX6.

The deaths are now under investigation by the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Florida deputies nab ‘hamburglar’ who cooked himself a burger in Wendy’s break-in

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An arrest was announced in the case of a “hamburglar” who broke into two restaurants, fixed himself a burger in one and then stole money.

The Martin County Sheriff’s Office says Patrick Benson was arrested Saturday after he was caught on video inside a Wendy’s and another restaurant in Jensen Beach, Fla., after hours.

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Benson, 34, was accused of gaining access after smashing a window with a brick.

“Once in, he casually worked his way around the establishments and selected the items he was going to steal,” the sheriff’s office said. “In one case, he fired up the grill and cooked himself a hamburger before stealing the safe.”

Deputies said that after posting photos of the suspect on Facebook Friday they got multiple tips “about who the suspected ‘hamburglar’ might be.”

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The photos showed a man in a baseball cap worn backwards with a tattoo on his left arm.

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