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California woman dies after man attacks her with electric scooter, police say

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A California woman was killed Monday in a brutal attack by a man who used an electric scooter as his weapon, police said.

Rosa Elena Hernandez, a 63-year-old from Long Beach, was attacked around 12:30 p.m. Monday, according to the Long Beach Police Department.

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Officials responding to reports of “an assault with a deadly weapon” found Hernandez “with significant injuries to her upper torso,” and determined she died at the scene.

Investigators believe the man assaulted the victim, then used a motorized scooter as a weapon. Authorities have not said if the suspect had any connection to the woman.

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“I never heard of anything like this either,” a neighbor told KTTV. “We’ve been living here for years, since ’93, and this is the first time something like this has happened.”

A person of interest was located by police hours after the incident. The man, who has not been publicly identified, was taken into custody without incident and booked for murder, and was being held on $2 million bail, police said.

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DC Catholic school will acknowledge LGBT alumnae couples

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A 220-year-old Catholic girls’ school in Washington, D.C., will now allow news about same-sex unions in its alumnae magazine.

News outlets report the president emerita of Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School, Sister Mary Berchmans, announced the change this month. She says she was asked to reflect on what it means to “Live Jesus” when it comes to LGBTQ alumnae, and the policy change follows “the Gospel commandment of love.”

She says the church is clear about its stance on same-sex marriage, but it’s equally clear in teaching that all people are children of God.

An Archdiocese of Washington statement expresses disappointment that the school didn’t consult the diocese on a matter involving Catholic identity. It says the church’s stance on marriage doesn’t conflict with the Gospel message of love.

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This Day in History: May 14

On this day, May 14 …

1948: According to the current-era calendar, the independent state of Israel is proclaimed in Tel Aviv by David Ben-Gurion, who becomes its first prime minister. President Harry S. Truman immediately recognizes the new nation.

Also on this day:

  • 1796: English physician Edward Jenner inoculates 8-year-old James Phipps against smallpox by using cowpox matter.
  • 1955: Representatives from eight Communist bloc countries, including the Soviet Union, sign the Warsaw Pact in Poland. (The Pact would be dissolved in 1991.)
  • 1961: Freedom Riders are attacked by violent mobs in Anniston and Birmingham, Ala.
  • 1973: The National Right to Life Committee is incorporated.
  • 1973: The United States launches Skylab 1, its first manned space station. (Skylab 1 would remain in orbit for six years before burning up during re-entry in 1979.)
  • 2001: The Supreme Court ruled 8-0 that there is no exception in federal law for people to use marijuana for medical purposes.
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  • 2008: The Interior Department declares the polar bear a threatened species because of the loss of Arctic sea ice.
  • 2009: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi accuses the CIA of misleading her and other lawmakers about the waterboarding of detainees during the Bush administration, disputing Republican charges that she’d been complicit in its use.
  • 2014: Canadian-born U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz officially renounced his birth country’s citizenship amid speculation he could make a run at the White House in 2016.
  • 2018: Israel and the U.S. hold a festive inauguration ceremony for the new American Embassy in Jerusalem.
  • 2018: The Supreme Court clears the way for states coast to coast to legalize betting on sports.
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Pennsylvania mom avoids jail time after son dies from drinking drug-laced breast milk

A Pennsylvania mother whose 10-month-old son was killed by drugs in her breast milk will not serve jail time after agreeing to a plea deal, police said Thursday.

Samantha Jones, 31, of New Britain Township, pleaded guilty Wednesday to involuntary manslaughter, admitting she had taken drugs prior to breastfeeding her baby last spring, the Bucks County District Attorney’s Office said in a press release.

She was originally charged with homicide.

“I never wanted this to happen. I loved my little boy more than anything,” Jones said during her sentencing, according to the press release. “I loved him, and I have to live with this every day.”

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Police responded to Jones’ home on April 2, 2018 where officers found the 10-month-old in cardiac arrest. Medical examiners concluded her son died after ingesting a mix of amphetamine, methamphetamine and methadone.

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Samantha Jones admitted to taking drugs before breastfeeding her 10-month old son who later died from cardiac arrest due to a deadly mix of amphetamine, methamphetamine and methadone. (Bucks County District Attorney’s Office)

Jones was legally prescribed methadone, a drug that alone is not considered unsafe for breastfeeding mothers and their babies, to help combat her narcotic addiction, the press release stated. Prosecutors argued that Jones had relapsed on drugs and failed to ask for help in caring for her newborn son.

“Samantha was in control of this situation,” Deputy District Attorney Kristin M. McElroy said. “She was in charge of a defenseless baby. He relied on her for everything, and it’s because of her actions that he’s not here today.”

Defense asked for leniency, arguing that people battling addiction are not in their normal states of mind. Jones told responding officers that she had switched to bottle formula but decided to breastfeed her son when he woke up crying at 3 a.m., People reported.

“She just said she was so tired that she didn’t have the energy to go downstairs and make a bottle,” New Britain Township Detective Cpl. Jeffrey A. Cummins testified during a preliminary hearing last year.

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She said her husband prepared a bottle for her son three hours later and then left for work. At that time, Jones fed the baby the bottle formula and fell back asleep. When she woke up again, Jones noticed her son was “distressed” and called for help. Officials said the formula bottles tested negative for drugs.

A judge sentenced Jones to three years of probation and 100 hours of community service working with parents or expectant mothers struggling with addition.

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Body of Florida woman missing for nearly six years discovered inside freezer at scrap metal warehouse

The body of a Florida woman who had been missing for nearly six years was found last month inside the freezer of a scrap metal business, the owner said Friday.

Lilian Argueta opened the freezer and screamed when she found the body, she told the Sun-Sentinel. She said she originally thought the body was a “witch or a mannequin.”

The body was later identified by Broward County Medical Examiner’s Office as 29-year-old Heather Lacey, who vanished in November 2013, according to the newspaper.

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The body of Heather Anne Lacey was discovered inside a freezer at a scrap metal warehouse. (Facebook.)

The freezer had reportedly belonged to Jonathan Escarzaga, who was found dead inside his apartment in February. The freezer was moved from his apartment to a scrap warehouse in Margate — 40 miles north of Miami — after the apartment manager hired a company to remove the appliances.

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The freezer wasn’t locked, the warehouse owners said. They opened it about a month after Escarzaga’s death and found the missing woman.

It wasn’t immediately clear if Escarzaga played a role in Lacey’s death or whether the two knew each other.

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Authorities are withholding information pending autopsy results by the Broward County Medical Examiner’s Office, the Sun-Sentinel reported.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Man accused of throwing boy over mall balcony due in court

A man accused of throwing a 5-year-old boy from a third-floor balcony at the Mall of America is expected to appear in court for a hearing.

Twenty-four-year-old Emmanuel Aranda of Minneapolis is charged with attempted premeditated first-degree murder. Authorities say Aranda told them he went to the mall on April 12 “looking for someone to kill” and chose the boy at random.

The child plunged almost 40 feet and suffered head trauma and multiple broken bones. His family released a statement in late April saying he was alert and no longer in critical condition. On Monday, the family said he continues to heal.

Aranda is due in court Tuesday for an omnibus hearing. These hearings can cover a host of issues, including a possible plea or setting a trial date. Aranda has been in custody on $2 million bail.

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Maryland boy calls 911 while locked in hot car with 6 other children, woman arrested

A Maryland boy called 911 Friday to report that he and six other children had been left in a hot car with the windows rolled up and the motor not running, police said.

The Charles County Sheriff’s Office said in a press release that the children’s ages ranged from 2 to 4 years old, and it was likely the eldest who called 911. The boy reportedly told authorities that the children were hot and didn’t know where they were.

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A Maryland mother has been charged with leaving 7 children in a hot car while she went shopping last Friday.  (Charles County Sheriff’s Office)

Authorities traced the call to a shopping center in Waldorf — about 25 miles south of Washington, D.C. — and helped the kids.The kids were “scared” and  “sweaty” as temperatures in the area reached up to 80 degrees, WJLA-TV reported.

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Deputies said the driver arrived about 10 minutes later, having already been gone for about 20 minutes. The driver, a 37-year-old mother of two who was babysitting five other kids, was charged with confinement of children inside a motor vehicle. Her identity was not released.

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The Department of Social Services responded and are assisting in the investigation, according to the press release. The Charles State’s Attorney’s Office said additional charges are pending.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Trump cites Ramadan as time of ‘hope, tolerance and peace’

President Donald Trump celebrated the month of Ramadan Monday evening as a time when people join forces in “pursuit of hope, tolerance and peace.”

Trump held an iftar dinner for ambassadors and members of the diplomatic corps representing Muslim-majority nations.

The dinner breaks the daylong fast that Muslims follow during Ramadan. They have been held regularly at the White House since the Clinton administration as a form of outreach to the Muslim world.

Trump said it’s been a rough period recently for people of all faiths. He cited attacks on Muslims in New Zealand, Christians in Sri Lanka and Jews in California and Pittsburgh.

“In their blessed memories, we resolve to defeat the evils of terrorism and religious persecution so that all people can worship without fear, pray without danger and live by the faith that flows from their heart,” he said.

House earlier, Trump had harshly criticized one of two Muslim women in Congress, Democratic Rep. Rashida Tlaib of Michigan, claiming in a tweet that “she obviously has tremendous hatred of Israel and the Jewish people. Can you imagine what would happen if I ever said what she said, and says?”

Republicans have seized on her use of the words “calming feeling” when she thinks of the “tragedy of the Holocaust,” the suffering of her Palestinian ancestors and the state of Israel.

The remark instantly ignited an online fight, with Republicans incorrectly describing Tlaib’s words as reflecting her feelings about the genocide that cost millions of lives. Democrats defended Tlaib, saying her words have been twisted and turned into a “right-wing smear campaign.”

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Mother of missing Texas girl heckled after canceled hearing

The mother of a missing 4-year-old Texas girl was heckled outside a courtroom on Monday by people who questioned if she had done enough to protect her daughter before her disappearance.

Brittany Bowens, Maleah Davis’s mother, along with her spokesman, community activist Quanell X, showed up for a scheduled court hearing for Derion Vence, her former fiance who is charged in connection with the girl’s disappearance. The hearing was canceled, though, and Vence’s next hearing was scheduled for July 10. His attorney didn’t immediately reply to calls seeking comment.

Vence, 26, has been charged with tampering with evidence, specifically a human corpse, though Maleah is still missing and authorities have declined to say whether they believe she is dead or Vence may have killed her. Prosecutors, though, have said in court documents that Vence eventually could face additional charges, including murder.

Bowens declined to speak after the canceled hearing, but Quanell X told reporters that Bowens is focused on finding out what happened to her daughter.

“The main thing right now that all of us want to know is what did he do with Maleah,” he said. “Where is Maleah?”

As Quanell X spoke to reporters, he was drowned out by a group of people, including some family members of Maleah’s father who yelled “she let it happen” and “Brittany knew all along.”

Quanell X previously alleged that Vence might have abused Maleah and that Bowens should have told police about it.

Child Protective Services removed Maleah and her brothers from the apartment Vence and Bowens shared in August after the girl suffered a head wound, but the children were returned in February, according to an agency spokeswoman.

When asked by reporters why — if she had concerns about Vence — Bowens had left her daughter in Vence’s care while Bowens attended her father’s funeral out of state, Quanell X declined to comment, saying, “I’m not going to speak to that.”

As Bowens and Quanell X headed to an elevator, they were followed by the hecklers, who yelled, “Justice for Maleah” and “murderer.”

Tamisha Mendoza, a cousin of Maleah’s father, Craig Davis, said she questioned why Bowens stayed with Vence if she suspected he was hurting her daughter.

“You’re just as guilty as (Vence). She needs to be locked up along with him,” Mendoza said.

Craig Davis didn’t attend the scheduled hearing because “he is devastated” about what happened to his daughter, Mendoza said.

“Maleah was a happy little girl,” she said. “The things that happened to her, she didn’t deserve.”

According to police, Vence told officers that he, Maleah and his 2-year-old son were abducted on May 4 by a group of men in a truck. He said he and his son were freed the next day but the kidnappers kept Maleah and his silver Nissan Altima.

Police said Vence’s story kept changing and didn’t add up.

The Nissan was found on Thursday and trained dogs detected the scent of human decomposition in the trunk.

Vence was seen on surveillance video taking a large laundry basket with a trash bag as well as cleaning supplies from his apartment on May 3. A basket similar to the one seen on the surveillance video was found in the Nissan’s trunk.

Investigators also found blood in the hallway and bathroom of Bowens and Vence’s apartment. The blood is consistent with DNA samples taken from Maleah’s toothbrush, authorities said.

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Mother of missing Texas girl heckled after canceled hearing

The mother of a missing 4-year-old Texas girl was heckled outside a courtroom on Monday by people who questioned if she had done enough to protect her daughter before her disappearance.

Brittany Bowens, Maleah Davis’s mother, along with her spokesman, community activist Quanell X, showed up for a scheduled court hearing for Derion Vence, her former fiance who is charged in connection with the girl’s disappearance. The hearing was canceled, though, and Vence’s next hearing was scheduled for July 10. His attorney didn’t immediately reply to calls seeking comment.

Vence, 26, has been charged with tampering with evidence, specifically a human corpse, though Maleah is still missing and authorities have declined to say whether they believe she is dead or Vence may have killed her. Prosecutors, though, have said in court documents that Vence eventually could face additional charges, including murder.

Bowens declined to speak after the canceled hearing, but Quanell X told reporters that Bowens is focused on finding out what happened to her daughter.

“The main thing right now that all of us want to know is what did he do with Maleah,” he said. “Where is Maleah?”

As Quanell X spoke to reporters, he was drowned out by a group of people, including some family members of Maleah’s father who yelled “she let it happen” and “Brittany knew all along.”

Quanell X previously alleged that Vence might have abused Maleah and that Bowens should have told police about it.

Child Protective Services removed Maleah and her brothers from the apartment Vence and Bowens shared in August after the girl suffered a head wound, but the children were returned in February, according to an agency spokeswoman.

When asked by reporters why — if she had concerns about Vence — Bowens had left her daughter in Vence’s care while Bowens attended her father’s funeral out of state, Quanell X declined to comment, saying, “I’m not going to speak to that.”

As Bowens and Quanell X headed to an elevator, they were followed by the hecklers, who yelled, “Justice for Maleah” and “murderer.”

Tamisha Mendoza, a cousin of Maleah’s father, Craig Davis, said she questioned why Bowens stayed with Vence if she suspected he was hurting her daughter.

“You’re just as guilty as (Vence). She needs to be locked up along with him,” Mendoza said.

Craig Davis didn’t attend the scheduled hearing because “he is devastated” about what happened to his daughter, Mendoza said.

“Maleah was a happy little girl,” she said. “The things that happened to her, she didn’t deserve.”

According to police, Vence told officers that he, Maleah and his 2-year-old son were abducted on May 4 by a group of men in a truck. He said he and his son were freed the next day but the kidnappers kept Maleah and his silver Nissan Altima.

Police said Vence’s story kept changing and didn’t add up.

The Nissan was found on Thursday and trained dogs detected the scent of human decomposition in the trunk.

Vence was seen on surveillance video taking a large laundry basket with a trash bag as well as cleaning supplies from his apartment on May 3. A basket similar to the one seen on the surveillance video was found in the Nissan’s trunk.

Investigators also found blood in the hallway and bathroom of Bowens and Vence’s apartment. The blood is consistent with DNA samples taken from Maleah’s toothbrush, authorities said.

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