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California woman who slapped Trump supporter during 2017 rally convicted of battery

A California woman accused of slapping a Trump supporter during a Make America Great Again rally in Orange County more than two years ago has been convicted, prosecutors said.

Jessica Aguilar, 23, of Sacramento, was found guilty Wednesday of one misdemeanor count of battery for slapping a man twice across the face during the March 25, 2017 rally at Bolsa Chica State Beach.

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Prosecutors said Jessica Aguilar’s jail sentence will be dropped if she completes community service. (Orange County District Attorney’s Office)

According to The Orange County District Attorney’s Office, Aguilar was sentenced to 20 days in jail, 10 days of community service, and three years of probation. Prosecutors said Aguilar’s jail sentence will be “vacated” if she completes community service.

“The Orange County District Attorney’s Office does not condone random acts of violence,” Orange District Attorney Todd Spitzer said. “With political dissension on the rise across the country, it is important to remember that right to protest is afforded to everyone; no one has the right to commit an act of violence against someone because they don’t agree with their views. If someone chooses to commit violence, they will be prosecuted.”

AT LEAST 3 ARRESTED AT PORTLAND PROTESTS AS POLICE TRY TO KEEP ANTIFA, RIGHT-WING DEMONSTRATORS APART

The March 2017 rally, which drew about 2,000 participants, turned violent after counter-protesters tried to block Trump supporters from marching on the state beach, the Orange County Register reported at the time.

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Three of the counter-protestors were charged with felonies for allegedly spraying pepper spray at Trump supporters.

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Arrest made in decades-old Florida rape after victim reminds police about case

Florida detectives say DNA helped them crack a brutal rape from 36 years ago that was recently reopened after the victim reached out to remind them that her case was still unsolved.

Coral Springs police said Friday that the woman was raped in her bed on Aug. 22, 1983, after being awakened in the middle of the night by an armed stranger who entered her home through a rear door.

“I have loved you for months,” the man reportedly told his victim when the rape was over. “You have very nice children and a nice husband.” He then put a pillow over her face and left.

 MAINE MAN PLEADS NOT GUILTY IN 1993 RAPE, MURDER OF ALASKA WOMAN; BAIL KEPT AT $1M

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Mugshot from 2017 for Timothy Norris, 60. He was charged Friday with raping a woman in Coral Springs, Fla., in 1983. Photo right shows a 1983 flyer of the suspect in that case. (Coral Springs Police)

The woman contacted detectives in March after seeing social media accounts reporting that Coral Springs police had used DNA to arrest a 59-year-old man named Frank Montana for a 1987 rape that was committed by a man wearing a ski mask. Her clothing and other evidence were then reexamined and sent to the Broward County Crime Lab for processing utilizing DNA technology that didn’t exist at the time of the rape, police said.

WISCONSIN MAN CONFESSES TO MURDERING WIFE 13 YEARS AFTER SHE WENT MISSING, COPS SAY

“On June 27th, 2019 detectives learned that a sample of the victim’s clothing contained a DNA profile belonging to Timothy Norris,” police spokesman Tyler Reik said.

Detectives found that the 60-year-old Norris’ current residence was a federal prison in West Virginia where he was serving a sentence for armed bank robbery.

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Norris has previous arrests for armed burglary, aggravated assault, assault on a female and kidnapping.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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At least 3 arrested at Portland protests as police try to keep Antifa, right-wing demonstrators apart

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At least three people were arrested as far-right groups and far-left members of Antifa conducted dueling demonstrations in the center of Portland, Ore. Saturday.

Authorities did not immediately release details of the arrests. Earlier in the day, the Portland Police Bureau tweeted images of weapons it had seized from multiple groups, including bear spray, shields and metal and wooden poles.

Flag-waving members of the Proud Boys and Three Percenters militia group began gathering late in the morning, some wearing body armor and helmets. Meanwhile, black-clad, helmet and mask-wearing Antifa members were also among the several hundred people on the streets. The groups gathered on both sides of the Willamette River, which runs through the city.

Authorities used sound trucks and loudspeakers to remind demonstrators both sides to stay out of the streets or they would be arrested. They also set up concrete barriers and closed streets and bridges in an effort to contain and separate the rival groups.

“Over the course of the morning, several hundred demonstrators gathered in or attempted to move toward Waterfront Park and make contact with each other,” police spokeswoman Lt. Tina Jones said in a video statement posted to Twitter. ” … Portland Police and law enforcement partners continue to try to keep the opposing groups separate, although there have been limited interactions between individuals.”

Jones added that the demonstrators were “contained to a very small area of downtown.”

More than two dozen local, state and federal law enforcement agencies, including the FBI, were in the city for the right-wing rally, which was expected to draw people from across the country. Portland Police said all of the city’s 1,000 officers would be on duty for the gathering that was hyped on social media and elsewhere for weeks.

Police formed a physical barricade beneath the Morrison Bridge in Tom McCall Waterfront Park to separate the rival groups from sparring. The Proud Boys and their supporters were on the south side of the divide while the counter-protesters remained on the north side, according to reports by The Oregonian.

TRUMP THREATENS TO DESIGNATE ANTIFA A TERRORIST ORGANIZATION AHEAD OF EXPECTED PORTLAND CLASHES

KPTV and The Oregonian reported that some of the demonstrators began to leave in the early afternoon, with authorities briefly re-opening the Hawthorne Bridge to allow them to pass. The Oregonian reported that a group of left-wing demonstrators attacked a bus carrying a group of Proud Boys out of downtown Portland, breaking some windows.

“The Proud Boys contacted us or contacted the units on the ground saying that they wanted to leave and so we facilitated for them to leave the area,” Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Brandon White told the newspaper. “It wasn’t planned. It wasn’t orchestrated. We had a request that they would like to leave the area and so we facilitated.”

Among those attending the demonstration was Patriot Prayer’s Joey Gibson, who organized similar rallies in 2017 and 2018 that erupted in clashes. Gibson surrendered Friday on an arrest warrant for felony rioting but was released on bail hours later.

“I’m just here for the ride,” Gibson told The Oregonian.

Organizer Joe Biggs told the paper that the demonstrators “wanted national attention and we got it.”

“Go look at President Trump’s Twitter,” Biggs said. “He talked about Portland, said he’s watching Antifa. That’s all we wanted … Mission success.”

President Trump tweeted Saturday morning that he is considering designating Antifa a domestic terror group.

“Major consideration is being given to naming ANTIFA an ‘ORGANIZATION OF TERROR,’” Trump said. “Portland is being watched very closely. Hopefully the Mayor will be able to properly do his job!”

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Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler said the message to protestors on both sides is “We don’t want your hatred, we don’t want your violence, but if you come here, we’re going to be prepared,” he said in an interview on Fox News’ “Outnumbered Overtime” on Friday.

“Again, when it comes to enforcement of our community standards, we support people’s rights to demonstrate, but we don’t care about who you are or your politics are,” he said. “If you engage in violence in this city, you will be held accountable.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report. 

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Suspect accused of shooting 6 Philadelphia cops during standoff charged with attempted murder

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The man accused of shooting six Philadelphia police officers during a seven-hour standoff on Wednesday has been charged with attempted murder, authorities said.

Maurice Hill, 36, faces multiple counts of attempted murder, assault on a law enforcement officer, aggravated assault and reckless endangering, FOX 29 reported Saturday. Hill is being held without bail and is scheduled to appear in court Sept. 5.

Hill began firing on officers on Wednesday as they were serving a narcotics warrant, a situation which Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross has said. “went awry almost immediately.”

Police say Hill fired more than 100 rounds throughout the course of the hours-long standoff, which ended early Thursday when Hill surrendered after police deployed tear gas. Ross has expressed amazement that the standoff ended with no deaths and no life-threatening injuries

PHILADELPHIA STANDOFF: POLICE DISPATCH AUDIO REVEALS TENSE MOMENTS DURING HOURS-LONG ORDEAL

The six Philadelphia cops who were shot and wounded were taken to area hospitals and later released Wednesday night.

Hill has an extensive criminal record that includes multiple arrests in Philadelphia and adjacent Delaware County between 2001 and 2012, according to online records. His criminal convictions include assault, perjury, fleeing and eluding, escape and weapons offenses.

Hill served three stints in state prisons, with one of those coming on account of a probation violation. He was also sentenced to 55 months in federal prison term over a pair of convictions for being a felon in possession of firearms.

The suspect allegedly used a semi-automatic rifle and a handgun during the shooting, weapons authorities say he should not have been allowed to legally obtain due to his record..

AUTHORITIES RELEASE NAMES OF 6 COPS WOUNDED IN PHILADELPHIA STANDOFF

The Philadelphia Inquirer reported that Four other men were charged with drug offenses in connection with the standoff; two were trapped in the house along with the gunman and two Philadelphia police officers.

The paper reported that Hill was arraigned via video conference. He sat with arms crossed and head down, responding “I guess” when asked whether he understood the charges.

“I am not an immediate danger,” he said after a prosecutor argued for denial of bail.

The shooting began around 4:30 p.m. Wednesday when Hill allegedly opened fire on officers who were serving a warrant for his arrest.

The officers had to quickly flee the spray of bullets by escaping through windows and doors, Ross said.

Two officers remained trapped inside the house until about 9:30 p.m., along with three hostages. A SWAT team freed the officer and others, but Hill remained inside.

Hill’s lawyer, Shaka Johnson, said Hill called him during the standoff asking for help surrendering. Johnson then called Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner, and they patched in both Hill and the police commissioner, according to Krasner.

Hill told Johnson he wanted to make it out alive to see his newborn daughter and teenage son again. Krasner told the Inquirer that when Hill asked what kind of punishment he would face, the district attorney responded “25 years.”

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“Then he said 20 and I said OK,” said Krasner, who explained to the paper that this apparent agreement was “bulls–t from the beginning.”

“I would have gone roller skating with the man if that would have gotten him out of there,” joked Krasner, who added that the suspect appeared to be intoxicated or under the influence of prescription drugs during the standoff.

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Kentucky boy, 13, charged with kidnapping after stealing car with baby inside: police

A 13-year-old Kentucky boy has been charged with kidnapping for stealing a vehicle with a 22-month baby inside, police said.

Police responded to a call on Thursday around 4:15 p.m. in Covington, which is in northern Kentucky and shares a border with Cincinnati, Ohio. The caller reportedly told police their car had been stolen and the thief had hit a parked car while fleeing.

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Covington police say a 13-year-old boy has been charged with kidnapping after stealing a car with a 22-month-old baby inside.  (Facebook/@CovKyPd)

Covington police canvassed the area and found the car “abandoned with the baby still inside” a few miles from where the vehicle was stolen, police said.

The suspects had reportedly taken the vehicle owner’s cellphone after abandoning the vehicle. Police later found two juveniles, ages 13 and 14, based on descriptions given by witnesses. The 13-year-old had the victim’s cellphone in his pocket, police said.

KENTUCKY DEPUTIES FIND NEWBORN COVERED IN ANTS INSIDE VAN; ARREST MOTHER, GRANDMOTHER

The juveniles were taken to headquarters for questioning. Police said the 13-year-old admitted to stealing the vehicle and cellphone. He was charged with kidnapping, theft by unlawful taking, and receiving stolen property.

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The other boy was not charged and was released to his parents, police said. Neither of their identities was released because of their ages.

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Lawyer who told clients marijuana use was legal ordered to pay $370,000

A Florida lawyer who told his clients they were legally allowed to grow cannabis was ordered by a Jacksonville judge to pay a couple almost $370,000.

The ruling comes roughly three years after the pair sued him for bad legal advice.

Ian Christensen was disbarred on January 18 after charging people nearly $800 for a “patient identification card” and other services, which he said would prevent his clients from being arrested for growing or having the drug on them, even before the state had legalized medical marijuana. The Florida Supreme Court described his actions as “incompetence and extremely serious harm to clients.”

Scott and Marsha Yandell took his advice and were subsequently raided by a SWAT team in Febrary 2015. At the time, he told the couple “they had nothing to worry about,” as long as it was for a medical purpose, according to the Florida Times-Union.

FLORIDA MAN DUMPED DIRT ON GIRLFRIEND’S BORROWED CAR WITH FRONT-END LOADER: POLICE

“If a patient can prove to a law enforcement officer that cannabis is the safest medication available to treat their diagnosed condition, they are NOT subject to arrest,” his website stated.

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Scott and Marsha Yandell were raided by a SWAT time in 2015 after being given bad legal advice from Ian Christensen, a lawyer who said they could legally grow marijuana. (St Johns County Jail)

According to a Florida Supreme Court order, Christensen spent years charging his clients with this misguided legal advice prior to the 2016 approval of Florida Amendment 2, which allows the use of marijuana for debilitating medical conditions. He conducted business as “Health Law Services,” where he charged people $799 for a package deal that included a doctor’s visit, legal services, documents and the ID card.

The Yandells sued the former lawyer in 2016, and he was ordered on July 29 to pay the couple nearly $370,000 for lost wages due to their arrests. Marsha Yandell lost her nursing license after 25 years and Scott lost his engineering job of 15 years.

“I think this is a case that’s obvious to most people that when you do bad things there are consequences for them,” Andrew Bonderud, the Yandells’ lawyer in the lawsuit told the outlet. “When you’re an attorney, you’re held to a higher standard. Attorneys need to have great care when they’re advising clients.”

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Medical cards given by Christensen to his clients were titled “official legal certification” and he even gave some of them a “grow sign” to announce their home was being used to grow medical marijuana.

In January 2015, police went to the Yandells’ residence after a 911 caller reported the couple as having a grow sign outside their home. The couple asked Christensen if they should get rid of their cannabis plants, but he informed them they were fine.

A SWAT team raided the home a month later, and the Yandells were arrested on charges of possession of cannabis with intent to sell, manufacture of cannabis, possession of a place or structure for trafficking or manufacturing a controlled substance and trafficking in cannabis in excess of 25 pounds. Their landlord also sued them in excess of $25,000 for lost rent and damages to the couple’s rented home during the raid.

After their arrest, the couple dropped Christensen, hired a new attorney and pleaded guilty to three years’ probation, a $15,000 fine and 100 hours of community service.

Christensen blamed his actions on being “inexperienced, young and naïve in the advice he gave and the positions he took in dealing with individuals already involved with marijuana,” according to court documents. He stopped practicing law in 2015 and no longer lives in Florida.

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“Obviously the challenge at this point is going to be collecting on [the judgment],” Bonderud said. “It appears to me that he is not going to voluntarily pay anything, so it will be incumbent upon us to discover assets or discover income sources and to go after them. That’s what we’re going to do for as long as the judgment is valid.”

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Kentucky deputies find newborn covered in ants inside van; arrest mother, grandmother

Kentucky deputies say a traffic stop of a trash-filled van led to the discovery of a newborn baby covered in ants.

Doctors treated the 16-day-old baby boy for dehydration and turned him over to social services, according to reports.

The baby was with his mother, Rebeca Fultz, 32, of Livingston, Ky., and his grandmother, Charlotte Simpson, 69, of London, who were both arrested on multiple charges, including criminal abuse, Laurel County Sheriff John Root said.

Root said the deputies who stopped the van and found the newborn noted his breathing was labored breathing, that he was wearing a soiled diaper and that ants were crawling on him.

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Mugshots for 69-year-old Charlotte Simpson, and her daughter, 32-year-old Rebecca Fultz, the mother of the newborn found by deputies covered in ants. (Laurel County Sheriff’s Office )

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The van was pulled over Thursday evening in London with no plates. Deputies detained Simpson and Fultz after a check showed they were both wanted on outstanding warrants.

Root said deputies struggled to get Fultz out of the van and didn’t notice the baby right away. He was under a blanket on the floorboard between the two front seats.

“We told them the baby was in there,” Simpson told WKYT from jail. “We were in the shade, and the windows were down. It was living. I mean, why in the world?”

The station also interviewed Fultz behind bars.

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“I treated my son good,” she said. “I’m a good mom. I never neglected him. I have always taken care of him. They told a bunch of lies.”

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New York woman finds dead body in bed of truck after grocery trip: police

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A normal trip to the grocery store turned into a nightmare for one New Yorker after she returned to her vehicle to find a dead body in the bed of her truck.

Officers with Niagara County Sheriff’s Office were called to a Tops supermarket on Lockport Road Friday after an unidentified woman reported finding the body of a man in her truck bed.

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According to police, she left a location in Wayne County and stopped in the Town of Newfane to go to the supermarket. When she finished shopping, she opened her tailgate to put her groceries away and “noticed the deceased male inside the bed.”

She was unable to identify the man, who police described as a Hispanic male in his 40s or 50s, WNBC reported.

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The man was taken to the Erie County Medical Center for an autopsy. Police did not release a cause of death or any details surrounding the discovery of the body.

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Florida man dumped dirt on girlfriend’s borrowed car with front-end loader: police

A Florida man allegedly damaged a white Cadillac after he dumped a bunch of dirt with a front-end loader after his girlfriend showed up to his job Friday in the borrowed car.

Hunter Mills, 20, was arrested at an excavating company in Crestview, Fla., and charged with criminal mischief.

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A Florida man dumped dirt on his girlfriend’s borrowed Cadillac. (Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office)

According to the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office, Mills’ girlfriend went to the excavating company after he told her that he wanted to talk.

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Hunter Mills was arrested for dumping dirt on her girlfriend’s borrowed car, police said. (Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office)

“She arrived in a white 2010 Cadillac belonging to someone else. After she refused to answer a question, the defendant used a front-end loader and dumped a bucket full of dirt on the roof of the driver side half of the car,” the sheriff’s office said.

The girlfriend was not injured but the driver’s side window was open. This caused dirt to fill up the air vents, center console, and power windows, the office said.

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(Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office)

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The sheriff’s office posted photos of the damaged Caddy on Twitter.

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ICE arrests illegal immigrant accused of rape 2 months after he was released on bond

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A North Carolina sheriff has been accused by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials of ignoring an ICE detainer in the case of an illegal immigrant who was captured this month — two months after he was released on bond in a rape case.

“By releasing a previously deported alien facing serious criminal charges, Mecklenburg County chose to release a serious public safety threat onto the streets of Charlotte where he was free to potentially harm others for nearly two months until his capture by ICE,” the agency officials said Friday.

Charlotte police arrested Oscar Pacheco-Leonardo June 14 on rape and indecent liberties with a minor charges. Online records show Pacheco-Leonardo was accused of having sex with a child under the age of 13. He was due back in court in October.

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ICE said it issued a detainer the next day but it wasn’t honored and the 33-year-old Honduran national was released June 16 by the Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office. The immigration enforcement agency said Pacheco-Leonardo reentered the U.S. illegally after being deported in 2006.

“This arrest is simply the latest in a continuing list of unlawfully present foreign nationals released from Mecklenburg County custody over the past nine months despite serious criminal charges that pose a clear threat to public safety,” ICE said.

ICE said the 48-hour detainer could have given the agency time to take custody of Pacheco-Leonardo to deport him.

Mecklenburg County Sheriff Garry McFadden defended himself Friday at a news conference in which he took no questions, Fox 46 Charlotte reported.

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McFadden said Pacheco-Leonardo was released after he put up $100,000 in bond set by a Mecklenburg judge in the rape case.

The sheriff said ICE could have sought a criminal arrest warrant for Pacheco-Leonardo for illegal re-entry but did not.

“The reasons for that decision have yet to be satisfactorily explained to me or to the public,” he said.

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He stopped honoring ICE detainers after being elected sheriff last fall.

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