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Long Island high school students recorded attack instead of helping stabbed teen who later died, cops say

A Long Island teen was fatally stabbed at a strip mall near his high school as dozens of other students pulled out their cellphones to record the melee rather than to help him, police said.

Khaseen Morris, a 16-year-old senior at Oceanside High School, was stabbed once in the chest Monday afternoon during an apparent dispute over a girl. He later died at a hospital after many of the 50 to 70 teens who gathered nearby recorded the bloody attack and made no attempt to stop it, Nassau County police said at a news conference Tuesday.

“Kids stood there and didn’t help Khaseen,” Detective Lt. Stephen Fitzpatrick told reporters, according to Newsday. “They’d rather video. They videoed his death instead of helping him.”

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Oceanside High School, where the stabbing unfolded Monday. (Google Street View)

Police are now looking for six to seven teens thought to have been involved in the attack after interviewing witnesses and reviewing footage posted on social media, including on Snapchat, as well as surveillance video from the nearby strip mall, Fitzpatrick said.

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Morris, who was not armed during the stabbing, knew that the ex-boyfriend of a girl he walked home from a party on Sunday had been trying to find him to confront the teen, according to police.

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Fitzpatrick called on those at the scene of the fatal attack to share what they know with detectives.

This story originally appeared in the New York Post. For more from the Post, click here.

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American Airlines mechanic accused of sabotaging plane denied bail over possible terrorist ties

A federal judge on Wednesday denied bail to a former American Airlines mechanic accused of sabotaging a jetliner in July over possible links to the Islamic State (ISIS).

U.S. Magistrate Judge Chris McAliley ordered Abdul-Majeed Marouf Ahmed Alani held during a Miami court hearing. He is charged with willfully damaging, destroying or disabling an aircraft,

Prosecutors presented evidence that Alani  — a naturalized American citizen from Iraq — has a brother with possible ties to ISIS and a history of statements wishing harm to non-Muslims.

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They said he recently sent $700 to someone in Iraq and has videos on his cel phone depicting murders committed by ISIS militants. He also failed to disclose to arresting authorities that he traveled to Iraq in March.

“You may be very sympathetic to terrorists,” McAliley told Alani at the hearing. “That’s very disconcerting.”

The judge said that Alani’s ability to travel abroad factored into her decision, and that “it is likely you will be convicted.”

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In this April 24, photo, American Airlines aircraft are shown parked at their gates at Miami International Airport in Miami.  (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee, File)

Alani, 60, worked as a mechanic for the airline when he allegedly sabotaged a Nassau-bound Boeing 737 with 150 passengers and crew aboard at Miami International Airport over stalled labor negotiations.

He allegedly told investigators the labor dispute between the mechanics union and the airline had a negative financial impact on him.

Prosecutors said Alani glued styrofoam inside the nose of the aircraft that disabled a part used to gauge airspeed and other critical flight data. Pilots detected the issue before takeoff, and the plane was taken to another part of the airport for an inspection. That’s when the problem was discovered.

Airport surveillance captured Alani working on the plane’s nose. He was identified by co-workers.

Alani’s public defender argued his client is an experienced mechanic who knew the alleged sabotage would result in the plane being grounded.

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“We don’t think they are going to be able to prove he intentionally put people in danger,” said attorney Christian Dunham. “The plane would have been fine to fly.”

Alani was fired after the incident and the Federal Aviation Administration revoked his aircraft mechanic certificate. He is expected to enter a plea Friday.

The Associated Press contributed to this report. 

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Dog alerts family to fire, but doesn’t make it out alive: ‘He was a part of the fire alarm, he was barking’

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A beloved dog did all he could to save his family from their burning Florida home — even giving his life, his owner said.

“Zippy,” a Jack Russell Terrier, alerted the Butler family when a fire broke out in the attic of the house, located in Bradenton, around 2 a.m. Tuesday.

The fire alarm “only lasted a short ‘beep beep'” before the house “was already on fire,” homeowner Leroy Butler told WTVT. So Zippy stepped in, sounding his own alarm to notify his those closest to him.

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“He was back and forth. He was from bed to bed, back and forth,” Butler said of Zippy, adding the dog was barking as loudly as possible. “He was a part of the fire alarm, he was barking,” he added to WTSP.

The Butler family was able to get out of the home in time, but Zippy didn’t make it. Butler said he tried going back for him, but the fire was too big.

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“The floor in the living room was all on fire so there was nowhere for him to run out. Even if the smoke was this high. He was a short little dog,” Butler said. “There was nowhere for him to go.”

Local fire officials said the fire spread from the attic near an air conditioning unit. It’s unclear how it started.

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Adopted for the Butlers by Leroy’s father, Zippy was described as “a good dog.” His owner said: “He did his job, we rescued him, and I guess he returned the favor.”

“He would let me know if someone was outside. With the smoke, he still did his job. That’s just one thing and one person that I couldn’t save and one person I couldn’t get to,” Butler said.

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Oklahoma woman, 18, threatened to ‘shoot 400 people for fun’ at former high school, officials say

An Oklahoma woman was arrested after allegedly threatening to shoot hundreds of people “for fun” at her former high school, investigators said.

Alexis Wilson, 18, was taken into custody Monday after authorities received an anonymous tip that she had told friends and co-workers of her idea to open fire at McAlester High School in Pittsburg County.

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One of Wilson’s co-workers at a pizza restaurant told the sheriff’s office the 18-year-old had been posting videos of herself shooting firearms, KOTV reported. Wilson allegedly claimed she wanted to “shoot 400 people for fun and that there were so many people at her old school that she would like to do it,” according to the person who reported her.

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Alexis Wilson, 18, was charged with making a terroristic threat after allegedly saying she wanted to “shoot 400 people for fun” at her former high school. (Pittsburg County Sheriff’s Office)

Wilson denied such threats to investigators and reportedly admitted she suffered from mental health issues, like suicidal and homicidal thoughts. She claimed she was trying to tell a co-worker that not everyone who owns a gun is bad.

The woman’s mother, according to KOKI-TV, knew her daughter had been saving up for her recently purchased AK-47, but didn’t question it because “Alexis has always shot firearms and had hunted.”

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“You know it may not have been anything — we don’t know 100 percent, but we are glad we got it before it turned into something,” Sheriff Chris Morris said. “In today’s times, you can’t say stuff like that. … Anytime something is said like that we are going to take it serious — and we are going to investigate it to the fullest extent and make an arrest if possible because we do not want any of our schools getting shot up. Nobody does.”

On Sunday, deputies reportedly found an AK-47 with six magazines and a 12-gauge shotgun with a stock sleeve for extra shells in Wilson’s room. She purchased the gun last week with five extra high capacity magazines and 160 rounds of ammunition from a nearby shop, officials said.

Morris said the sheriff’s office is grateful to the person who reported Wilson, and is happy they acted on the tip.

Randy Hughes, the superintendent of McAlester Public Schools, said in a video posted to Facebook Monday that the school district understands someone is in custody, and offered safety tips for students to abide by. “If you see something, say something,” he said. “Do not take anything for granted.”

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“If you overhear a conversation, if you see a post, or just see something that just doesn’t look right — report it,” he said, adding law enforcement “had it under control before we knew anything about it.”

Wilson, who attended McAlester but dropped out in ninth grade, was reportedly jailed on a complaint of making a terroristic threat.

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Dramatic video shows Tennessee officer save man from jumping off bridge

A Tennessee officer saving a young man’s life moments before he attempted to jump off a bridge was dramatically captured in video footage and released on Monday.

The video, posted on the Knox County Sheriff’s Office’s Facebook page, shows traffic unit officer Brian Rehg rescuing an unidentified man just moments after he leaped over the rail guard of a bridge.

The incident occurred back on April 8, 2019.

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Rehg is seen grabbing and holding onto the young man along with Lt. Chris McCarter as the two helped to pull him back over to safety.

“Because of their vigilance and quick actions the young man is alive today,” the Knox County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page captioned.

“Both Lt. McCarter and Officer Rehg are true local heroes, not just because of this one incident but because they continue to risk their lives daily for the safety of others.”

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Convicted killer of California woman Jackie Cassettari set to go free after just 10 years in prison

Jackie Cassettari was brutally beaten and strangled to death, suffering several skull fractures, brain hemorrhaging, a broken larynx and numerous bruises and cuts.

When the 36-year-old Northern California woman’s body was found, there was a rope around her neck, a deep gash on her right wrist and evidence that she may have been sexually assaulted, authorities say.

Now, 14 years after the horrific 2005 crime, her killer is scheduled to be released from prison – and Jackie’s family is furious.

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“We wanted him to be in there for life,” Jackie’s cousin, Steffanie Cruser, told FOX 40 of Sacramento. “We wanted him to suffer and then just never be able to see the light of day again.”

“We wanted him to be in there for life. We wanted him to suffer and then just never be able to see the light of day again.”

— Steffanie Cruser, cousin of Jackie Cassettari

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Brian Rainwater, convicted in 2009 in the death of Jackie Cassettari, is set to be freed in November. (California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation)

But Brian Rainwater, who was convicted in 2009 of killing Jackie, is scheduled to go free in November – after serving just 10 years of a 15-year sentence.

The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation told FOX 40 that Rainwater will be released early because of time served and because he took some college courses while behind bars. In addition, some charges beyond his manslaughter conviction have been reduced to misdemeanors, the station reported.

What’s worse, according to Jackie’s family: Rainwater will likely be living in Tracy, the same Northern California city that Jackie’s family members call home.

The family hopes authorities will force Rainwater to live somewhere else, Cruser said.

“Far away, far away,” she told FOX 40. “Because no one wants to run into him at a grocery store or a gas station.”

Retired detective Dale Jaynes said he’ll never forget the crime scene after Jackie’s death in her Livermore apartment.

“The amount of blood that was in that kitchen, you had to watch where you walked, not only because the evidence but just … slipping,” Jaynes told FOX 40. “It was one of the most gruesome scenes I’ve been in. You wonder who could … who could do something like this to another person.”

“The amount of blood that was in that kitchen, you had to watch where you walked, not only because the evidence but just … slipping. It was one of the most gruesome scenes I’ve been in. You wonder who could … who could do something like this to another person.”

— Dale Jaynes, retired detective who worked on Cassettari case

Both Jaynes and Cruser said they were shocked when Rainwater received just a 15-year sentence.

“I was very upset to be honest with you,” Jaynes told FOX40. “With the injuries she received, it was unbelievable he was only going to get the sentence he got.”

During Rainwater’s trial, a pathologist testified that Cassettari had a possibly lethal amount of methamphetamine in her body, the East Bay Times reported.

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But at least one person has remained convinced that Rainwater is innocent: his wife, Desiree Rainwater.

She claims her husband was convicted because his past – which included infidelity and a conviction for indecent exposure – fit a police narrative, according to the station.

“To bludgeon somebody to death?” she said. “No, that’s not my husband.”

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Major Democratic donor Ed Buck arrested, charged with running drug den

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Ed Buck, the California Democratic megadonor, was arrested Tuesday and charged with operating a drug house after a third man reportedly suffered an overdose inside his West Hollywood home last week and survived.

Buck has faced public scrutiny after two black men died from overdoses 18 months apart inside his home. He was not charged in those cases.

Buck was charged with three counts of battery and is accused of injecting the alleged third victim with methamphetamine on Sept. 11, The Los Angeles Times reported.

Prosecutors wrote in court papers obtained by the Times that Buck used his position of power to manipulate his victims into participating in his sexual fetishes.

“These fetishes include supplying and personally administering dangerously large doses of narcotics to his victims,” the prosecutors wrote, according to the Times.

Seymour Amster, Buck’s attorney, told Fox News that he would not comment on the arrest and said he is dealing with the issue. Amster has in the past defended his client and insisted that he did nothing wrong.

In July 2017, a young black man, Gemmel Moore, was found dead of a drug overdose in Buck’s apartment. Buck, who is white, was not charged.

An autopsy report said Moore, 26, died of a methamphetamine overdose. He was found naked on a mattress in the living room, which was littered with drug paraphernalia.

Eighteen months later,  55-year-old Timothy Dean also suffered a methamphetamine overdose. Prosecutors didn’t file criminal charges, citing insufficient evidence. Activists, however, have called for his arrest.

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Prosecutors are reportedly seeking bail of $4 million. KABC-TV of Los Angeles reported that he faces up to five years and eight months in state prison if convicted. He is due in court Wednesday.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Florida couple had sex inside patrol car after arrest for riding bicycles while drunk: reports

A couple arrested in Florida late Friday for riding their bicycles while intoxicated made matters worse for themselves when they started having sex in the back of the patrol car, authorities say.

A sheriff’s deputy spotted Aaron Seth Thomas, 31, and Megan Lynn Mondanaro, 35, narrowly avoid being hit by a car when they rode their bikes across a road in Fernandina Beach, according to the Nassau County Sheriff’s Office.

One of their bikes lacked lights while the other had only a headlight, plus the couple had been drinking at a nearby bar, the sheriff’s office told the Florida Times-Union of Jacksonville. In addition, Thomas had seven cans of beer in his backpack, the report said.

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Aaron Seth Thomas, 31, was charged with lewd and lascivious exhibition, threats against public officials, attempted escape, resisting arrest, theft and exposing sexual organs, authorities say. (Nassau County Sheriff’s Office)

After failing sobriety tests and being arrested, they were placed inside a deputy’s vehicle for transport to jail, the report said. Then the couple started removing their clothing and engaging in sex, according to the sheriff’s office.

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The deputy then pulled Thomas out of the car, but the suspect allegedly shoved the deputy to the ground and ran off naked.

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Megan Lynn Mondanaro, 35, was charged with unnatural or lascivious act, resisting arrest and exposing sexual organs, authorities say. (Nassau County Sheriff’s Office)

Thomas was later apprehended behind an ice cream store, authorities said.

Mondanaro was moved to a different patrol car but allegedly kicked two deputies along the way, the Times-Union reported.

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Thomas was reportedly charged with lewd and lascivious exhibition, threats against public officials, attempted escape, resisting arrest, theft and exposing sexual organs. Mondanaro was charged with unnatural or lascivious act, resisting arrest and exposing sexual organs, authorities say.

Court records showed no attorneys representing either suspect.

Fernandina Beach is about 36 miles north of Jacksonville.

The Associated Press contributed to this story.

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Car plows into lobby of Trump Plaza condominium complex

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A car reportedly lost control and plowed through the lobby of a Trump Plaza condominium complex just outside of New York City Tuesday evening.

Videos of the crash posted to social media shortly after 9 p.m. show a damaged black Mercedes Benz inside the marble lobby of the 40-story luxury residential building in New Rochelle, N.Y., about 18 miles north of Manhattan.

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WCBS-TV reporter Tony Aiello, who was at the scene, said on Twitter that building employees told him the male driver of the car got out of his vehicle after the crash, sat on a sofa in the lobby and said nothing.

Police said the driver and two pedestrians suffered non-life-threatening injuries, KABC-TV reporter CeFaan Kim also tweeted. An investigation is ongoing.

This is a developing news story. Check back for updates.

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Ohio deputies pull over Amish buggy with stereo system inside

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Police in Ohio had a curious encounter with two Amish men over the weekend, pulling over their buggy to discover it had been rigged with a massive stereo system.

Deputies stopped the buggy around 1 a.m. Sunday and found a 12-pack of Michelob Ultra on top of the vehicle with several open bottles inside, according to WKBN. The men– who come from a community which largely shuns alcohol and modern technology– bailed out of the buggy so fast that the horse continued pulling the empty coach down the road.

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“I`ve never operated an Amish buggy with a horse, but I`m told that the horse will know the way home regardless of [whether] the operator is awake or even in the buggy, and that horse went a little further down the road and onto an oil/gas well road and stopped,” Trumbull County Chief Deputy Joe Dragovich told Fox 8.

Deputies then towed the buggy and found someone to take care of the horse until the owners come forward.

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In a rite of passage known as Rumspringa, young members of the Amish community are allowed to experiment with the influences of the outside world, but DUI laws still apply. “Unfortunately, they`re not licensed as far as the buggy goes, but it is a vehicle, it`s on the roadway and the OVI laws do apply. You`re not allowed to drink and drive or operate a buggy,” Dragovich said.

Once authorities identify the two men, they could be charged with failure to comply with the deputy’s commands.

“Maybe there`s just that fear of the consequences and that would be a reality check for them, that there are consequences, but I encourage them to come forward and get their buggy and horse,” said Dragovich.

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The Amish are a Christian community known for simple living and plain dress. As of this year, there are about 336,235 Amish living in the U.S. Around 76,000 of which live in Ohio, according to Amish studies organization The Young Center. Only Pennsylvania has a larger Amish population.

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