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University of Oklahoma president announces retirement

Westlake Legal Group og-fox-news University of Oklahoma president announces retirement NORMAN, Okla. fox-news/us/education/college fox-news/us/education/administration fnc/us fnc Associated Press article 40ae14d3-151d-5b7a-b310-9a7705f206ea

The University of Oklahoma’s president has announced that he will retire from the position, which he took on last year.

James Gallogly, a former energy industry executive who came out of retirement to succeed David Boren as the university’s president, said in a statement released Sunday that he has advised the university’s regents of his plans to retire once they have a transition plan in place.

Gallogly’s announcement comes after a tumultuous year that included an investigation into accusations of sexual misconduct against his predecessor and a racist video of a white student in blackface that spread quickly on social media and led to tension on campus.

Gallogly says he and his wife, Janet, will “continue to serve our university in other ways in the future.”

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Prosecutor: Dogs detected decomposition in missing girl case

Trained dogs detected the scent of human decomposition in the vehicle of a man arrested in connection with the disappearance of a 4-year-old Texas girl, according to a prosecutor.

Derion Vence, 26, remained jailed Sunday on a $1 million bond after being arrested a day earlier on a charge of tampering with evidence, specifically a human corpse. His next court appearance is set for Monday.

Houston police said investigators have not found Maleah Davis and the investigation is continuing. Authorities have declined to say whether they believe Vence killed Maleah. But prosecutors said in court documents filed Saturday that Vence could face additional charges, including murder.

The investigation began after Vence told police that men in a truck on May 4 had abducted him, Maleah and his 2-year-old son a day earlier, but had freed him and the boy. Vence told investigators he was left in the Houston suburb of Sugar Land and walked to a hospital, where he reported the girl’s abduction.

Sugar Land police, who initially interviewed him, said his story kept changing and didn’t add up.

Vence, who had lived with Maleah and her mother, reported that his silver Nissan Altima was taken in the abduction, but surveillance video showed that vehicle was used to drop Vence off at the hospital. Police found the car Thursday.

Dogs trained to find cadavers reacted to the trunk of the car, Pat Stayton, a prosecutor with the Harris County District Attorney’s Office, said at Vence’s probable cause court hearing Saturday night.

Surveillance video from a neighbor showed Vence carrying a large, blue laundry basket with a large trash bag from his apartment on May 3, Stayton said. Vence returned three minutes later without the basket and later he was seen leaving the apartment with cleaning supplies, including bleach.

In the silver Nissan, police found a laundry basket that looked like the one Vence took out of his apartment, Stayton said.

“Both of the dogs reacted to the trunk of the silver Nissan that the defendant had driven and that the blue laundry basket was recovered from, indicating that the dogs were responding to the scent of human decomposition in the vehicle,” Stayton said.

Investigators also found blood at the apartment, both in the hallway leading to the bathroom and on surfaces inside the bathroom, Stayton said.

At Saturday night’s hearing, Vence said he planned to hire a defense attorney.

Rodney Brown, an attorney appointed to represent Vence only for Saturday’s hearing, had asked a magistrate judge to set bond at $5,000, saying Vence was a low flight risk and had lived in Houston most of his life.

Stayton argued that Vence was a flight risk and there was “evidence of deception on the part of the defendant with regard to information he gave to police.”

Police have described Vence as Maleah’s stepfather, but Maleah’s mother, Brittany Bowens, said through a spokesman that Vence is her former fiance. Quanell X, a local civil rights activist who spoke to reporters on Bowens’ behalf on Friday, also said that Vence had abused Maleah.

Child Protective Services removed Maleah and her brothers from the home 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.

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The Latest: Prosecutor: Human decomposition detected in car

The Latest on the disappearance of 4-year-old Maleah Davis (all times local):

9:50 a.m.

A prosecutor says trained dogs detected the scent of human decomposition in the vehicle of a man arrested in connection with the disappearance of a 4-year-old Texas girl.

Derion Vence remains jailed Sunday on a $1 million bond after being arrested a day earlier on a charge of tampering with evidence, specifically a human corpse.

Vence told police on May 4 that men in a truck abducted him, Maleah Davis and his 2-year-old son before freeing him and the boy. Maleah is still missing.

During a court hearing Saturday night, a prosecutor said dogs trained to find cadavers reacted to the trunk of the car Vence had claimed was taken by the kidnappers.

Police say the vehicle was used to drop Vence off at a hospital, where he first reported the abduction.

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The man who reported last weekend that 4-year-old Maleah Davis had been abducted was arrested near Houston in connection with her disappearance and police said they found her blood in his apartment.

Derion Vence, who had lived with Maleah and her mother, was arrested Saturday without incident at his brother’s home in Sugar Land, Texas, about 22 miles (35 kilometers) southwest of Houston, a statement from Houston police said. A court document said he was charged with tampering with a human corpse.

Asked if police believe Vence killed Maleah, Houston police spokesman Kese Smith said: “At this point in time those are the charges we have filed and I can’t say any more than that.”

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Officials: Officer, robbery suspect dead in coastal Georgia

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Authorities say a robbery suspect in coastal Georgia fatally shot a police officer and wounded his colleague before running away and being fatally shot afterward by another officer during a manhunt.

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation says 50-year-old Savannah Police Sgt. Kelvin Ansari and 49-year-old robbery suspect Edward Fuller III were pronounced dead at a hospital.

A statement from Georgia’s top law enforcement agency says Ansari and Officer Douglas Thomas had answered a call about a person robbed outside a Savannah barber shop Saturday evening. It says the suspect got out of a vehicle and fired on them, striking Ansari and Thomas.

Authorities say Fuller was later spotted emerging from a backyard shed, pointing a gun at officers, when he was shot.

Thomas was treated at the hospital and released.

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No-contest plea in machete attack: ‘He owes me choke ahi’

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A Kauai man who told police he was under the influence of a hallucinogenic when he used a machete to wreak havoc on his former boss’ home because of a fish dispute pleaded no contest.

Forrest Broyles pleaded no contest last week to burglary, criminal property damage and terroristic threatening, the Garden Island reported . Prosecutors agreed to drop an attempted murder charge.

Broyles told police he was on ayahuasca, a hallucinogenic brew from the Amazon, when he broke into his former boss’ home on Dec. 3 to get his share of fish they caught together, according to a detective’s report.

“He owes me choke ahi,” he told police.

Broyles’ ex-boss told police he was at home watching football with his wife when he heard a horn honking and then a loud bang. He then heard glass shattering from his front door and saw Broyles headed to the living area carrying a machete.

According to police, Broyles threatened his former boss and wife, “saying that he owed him fish and that he was going to kill him and chop him up.”

Broyles started hitting their television with his machete and then “broke out all the windows, the sliding door, broke the living room stand, chairs, the table, kitchen cabinets, the stove and microwave, canoe paddle among other things,” police said.

His defense attorney, Melinda Mendes, said Broyles accepted a plea deal with prosecutors because he wanted to take responsibility for what he did.

A judge is expected to sentence him to seven years in prison in August.

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Information from: The Garden Island, http://thegardenisland.com/

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Alan Dershowitz slams Harvard’s decision to drop Weinstein lawyer as dean: ‘new McCarthyism’

Harvard Law professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz called the school’s decision to drop Ronald Sullivan Jr. from his role as dean of a residential house after he joined Harvey Weinstein’s legal defense team “the new McCarthyism.”

Dershowitz reacted in a series of tweets Sunday, “The new McCarthyism comes to Harvard. The firing of Dean Sullivan reminds me of the bad old days when lawyers were fired for representing communists, gay people, civil rights demonstrators and women seeking abortions.”

Sullivan, a Harvard Law professor, signed on to become one of Weinstein’s lawyers in January, which sparked outrage from many students at Winthrop House – the Harvard residential college where Sullivan has worked since 2009. He has lived and supervised students at the house.

HARVARD WON’T RENEW WEINSTEIN LAWYER AS STUDENT HOUSE DEAN

In a written statement Saturday, Harvard College Dean Rakesh Khurana said he would not renew the appointments of Ronald Sullivan and his wife, Stephanie Robinson, a law school lecturer, when their term ends on June 30, citing “numerous” concerns about the climate at Winthrop House, which he described as “serious.”

The couple became the first black faculty deans in Harvard history when they took their positions at Winthrop ten years ago.

Some students and faculty members have criticized Sullivan’s decision to represent Weinstein and his response to students’ concerns.

In February, more than 50 students protested, demanding that Sullivan resign or be removed as dean of Winthrop House, according to the university’s newspaper.

The next month, graffiti calling for Sullivan’s resignation appeared on a Harvard building.

HARVEY WEINSTEIN SEXUAL ASSAULT CASE WILL MOVE FORWARD, JUDGE SAYS

Khurana called the situation regrettable and said efforts to improve the climate were ineffective.

A few minutes after his initial tweet, Dershowitz wrote, “This may be the worst violation of academic freedom during my 55 year association with Harvard. Any student who feels ‘unsafe’ in the presence of Dean Sullivan and his wife does not belong at a university.”

He added, “’Feeling unsafe’ is the new mantra of the new McCarthyism. It’s an excuse for firing anyone, from a Republican to a Muslim,” invoking Sen. Joseph McCarthy, the Wisconsin Republican linked to the post-World War II “Red Scare.” McCarthy served in the Senate from 1947 until his death in 1957.

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Alan Dershowitz, seen here, slammed Harvard’s decision to drop a dean representing Harvey Weinstein. (Michael Brochstein/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images, File)

Later, he tweeted, “If the students who demanded the firing of Sullivan had been around in 1776, John Adams would have been fired as an author of the Declaration because he made them feel unsafe for representing the Brits accused of the Boston Massacre. Shame on these student McCarthyites.”

Harvard did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment on Dershowitz’s reaction.

Sullivan and Robinson said in an email that they were “surprised” and “dismayed” by the Ivy League school’s decision not to renew their appointments as residential deans. They said Harvard unilaterally ended discussions that they believed had been progressing.

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Robinson and Sullivan were “dismayed” by Harvard’s move. (Youtube/BlackPrelaw, The Associated Press, File)

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Weinstein is charged with raping an unidentified female acquaintance in his hotel room in 2013 and performing a forcible sex act on a different woman in 2006.

Weinstein has denied all allegations of nonconsensual sex. He pleaded not guilty and was freed on $1 million bail. His trial is scheduled to begin June 3.

The Associated Press contributed to this report. 

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Florida: Police investigating shooting near Trump resort

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Police are investigating a shooting near one of President Donald Trump’s resorts in Florida.

The Miami Herald reports the shooting happened Sunday afternoon near the Trump International Beach Resort Miami in Sunny Isles Beach. The president was not there and there didn’t appear to be a political connection.

There were also reports of a second and possibly related shooting on a nearby causeway.

Witnesses told the Herald a fight broke out across the street from the Trump property.

No details of what happened were immediately available. The Herald reported the situation apparently has some connection to the Rolling Loud hip-hop festival this weekend at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens.

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Feds arrest man in deadly machete attack on Appalachian Trail in Virginia

An arrest was announced Sunday after a machete attack on the Appalachian Trail in Virginia left one man dead and a woman seriously injured.

James Jordan, 30, of West Yarmouth, Mass., was arrested early Saturday on a federal complaint charging him with murder and assault with intent to murder in connection with the “senseless and brutal attack” on the two unidentified hikers, Abingdon U.S. Attorney Thomas Cullen said.

Jordan was known to hike the Appalachian Trail under the moniker “Sovereign,” WCYB-TV reported. He was arrested in April for threatening hikers on the Appalachian Trail in Tennessee, pleaded guilty and was sentenced to probation, according to WJHL-TV.

“I commend local law enforcement in Wythe and Smyth Counties for mobilizing successful rescue and tactical operations in this remote region,” Cullen said. “Thanks to their efforts, the suspect was safely apprehended and a seriously wounded victim received critical medical care.”

SHERIFF SAYS MACHETE USED IN ATTACKS ON APPALACHIAN TRAIL

The victims were hiking together when they were attacked, WSLS-TV reported. Deputies responded sometime after 3:30 a.m.

The deputies used GPS to find the man in Wythe County after he sent out an emergency notification on his cellphone, the station reported.

TSA CONFISCATES MASSIVE MACHETE AT CHECKPOINT

Two hikers helped the woman after she walked six miles injured and bleeding, according to the station.

After Jordan’s April arrest in Unicoi County, Tenn., he pleaded guilty to criminal impersonation, drug possession and public intoxication, WJHL reported. He also was fined as part of his sentence.

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Authorities released this photo of James Jordan in April after they said he brandished a knife and machete at hikers on the Appalachian Trail in Tennessee and North Carolina. At the time authorities knew the man only as “Sovereign.”  (Unicoi County Sheriff’s Office )

The arrest came after authorities said a hiker calling himself Sovereign who had a pit bull with him had brandished a knife and machete at hikers on the Appalachian Trail in Unicoi County and Madison County, N.C.

“You had a lot of miscommunication on social media (on Monday) and people wondering if this guy was a threat. He is a threat,” Unicoi Sheriff Mike Hensley told WCYB-TV at that time.

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“We have thousands of people come through Unicoi County on the Appalachian Trail and when we get a report of suspicious activity, we take those seriously because we want people to be safe.”

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Ohio veteran awarded military honors 50 years after service due to bureaucratic error

An Ohio veteran was given numerous military awards on Friday, nearly 50 years after he served in the Vietnam War.

Staff Sgt. Timothy Shelton, 70, received the Purple Heart among six other awards in a ceremony presented by Sen. Rob Portman, an Ohio Republican.

It took almost 50 years because of a clerical error made after he was discharged from the U.S. Army in 1971. Shelton had been injured in Vietnam, but the clerk who processed his information found no evidence he had been wounded. Instead of pushing back, he decided to leave and not speak of it again, according to Stars and Stripes.

WORLD WAR II VET, 91, GETS HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA 8 DECADES AFTER DROPPING OUT TO SUPPORT HIS FAMILY

“I said the hell with it, and came home,” Shelton said. He never expected his military record would be changed.

According to Stars and Stripes, the series of events leading to the ceremony began when he needed help regarding a disability claim, so he reached out to Portman’s office for help.

They gave him a DVD of his military record, which showed he had been wounded.

It also gave Shelton the evidence needed to prove he was wounded in Vietnam, a necessary requirement for being awarded a purple heart.

Purpleheart.org defines the criteria for the award as “members of the armed forces of the U.S. who are wounded by an instrument of war in the hands of the enemy.”

In 1968, Shelton decided to enlist in the Army after a weak job market. Stars and Stripes reported he was wounded in May 1968 when a land mine exploded during a patrol in Chu Lai, injuring six of his platoon members and killing one.

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A young Shelton poses for a photo in front of the American flag. He served in Vietnam from 1968-1969. (Fox 19)

The explosion launched shrapnel into his chest. He survived and was airlifted to safety, eventually returning to active duty before leaving in 1969. After Vietnam, he served as a drill sergeant for basic training at Fort Leonardwood in Missouri.

“He served his country in Vietnam,” Stars and Strips reported Portman saying at the ceremony. “He served honorably and he did his duty and for us he has earned the Purple Heart.”

OHIO HIGH SCHOOL REMOVES VELEDICTORIAN, SALUTATORIAN HONORS IN EFFORT TO BETTER STUDENTS’ MENTAL WELLNESS

Other awards he received at the ceremony included: the Vietnam Service Medal with three Bronze Service Stars, the Combat Infantryman Badge, Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Republic of Vietnam Campaign Ribbon and the Marksman Badge with Rifle Bar and Machine Gun Bar.

“I don’t think I need to be recognized,” he told Stars and Stripes before the ceremony. “This isn’t about me. The guys who need the credit didn’t come home.”

After the ceremony he realized how special the moment was to him.

“Appreciative for one thing,” Shelton told fox19. “Everything that was done here today was really an honor to me.”

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Florida elementary school teacher, aide accused of verbally abusing autistic students

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A teacher and a classroom aide have been accused of verbally abusing young autistic students at a Florida elementary school, according to a report.

The accusations against the two who worked at Pasadena Lake Elementary School in Pembroke Pines resulted in their removal from the classroom while the district and the Broward County Sheriff’s Office investigates, Fox 7 Miami reported Thursday.

The alleged verbal abuse was recorded with an “Angel Sense,” a device that allows parents of autistic children to listen to their children’s surroundings, the station reported.

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The station aired one clip in which a woman is heard saying, “So do your work. (Inaudible) Drag you’re a– over there. Watch me. Try me.”

The station also aired two other clips in which a woman is heard using profanity in one and screaming at a child, “go to time out” in the other.

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Parent Matt Adar told the station he made the recordings after equipping his 6-year-old autistic son with the device. He said he grew suspicious because his son started using swear words at home that he could only have picked up in the classroom.

“My son mimics everything he hears, but he wasn’t whispering it,” Adar told the station. “He was saying it in an aggressive tone. ‘Get over here. I’m going to eff you up. Get over here. I’m going to mess you up.’ So I knew that it was an authoritative figure.”

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Broward County Public Schools said in a statement that the district took swift action against the teacher and the aide and had followed proper protocol and contacted all appropriate agencies.       

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