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Man riding rental scooter on Texas interstate at rush hour startles some

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A daring Dallas rider pushed the limits on a lime-colored Lime electric scooter on Monday, tackling downtown traffic during his morning commute.

The rental — it promised an “awesome experience, both for you and for the community” — lived up to its slogan, though perhaps not in the way anyone actually intended.

Dashcam footage captured by a driver, Josh Weatherl, showed a man on his scooter, wearing a backpack and headphones, switching lanes along the I-35, which has a speed limit of 70 mph.

PHOTO-BOMBER FLASHES BARE CHEST IN BACKGROUND OF GRIEVING FAMILY AT STATE PARK, TEXAS FAMILY SAYS

The scooter — the rides are only permitted on streets with speed limits of 35 mph or lower — zipped through every lane change, the rider checking traffic behind him each time.

“What? Bro … are you on a bird scooter on the highway? Bro! What are you doing? Bro! What are you doing? … Oh my gosh,” Weatherl could be heard exclaiming on the video as he drove behind the scooter jockey.

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The rider could be seen cruising along the highway around 9 a.m. in the lanes near the American Airlines Center and at the northbound exit for Victory Avenue and High Line Drive.

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Deutsche Bank ‘committed to cooperating’ with investigators after reportedly flagging Jeffrey Epstein transactions

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Deutsche Bank, which has attempted to extricate itself from wealthy financier Jeffrey Epstein in the wake of recent charges of sex trafficking, said it’s “absolutely committed to cooperating with all relevant authorities” after the bank reported suspicious activities on Epstein’s accounts.

Epstein has been a client of the bank since 2013, at least five years after he took a controversial nonprosecution plea deal in Miami in 2008. The deal resulted in an 18-month sentence for solicitation of prostitution involving an underage victim. (He served 13 months of that sentence.)

FLORIDA SHERIFF ORDERS INVESTIGATION INTO JEFFREY EPSTEIN’S WORK RELEASE PROGRAM

Deutsche Bank, which itself is at the center of an unrelated investigation into whether it complied with regulations designed to stop money laundering and other crimes, tried to sever ties with Epstein, 66, in 2018 after The Miami Herald published an investigation into the handling of the 2008 Epstein case. The bank attempted to close several dozen bank accounts for Epstein and his businesses while simultaneously looking for signs that he had used his money to finance sex trafficking schemes, which prosecutors allege involved underage girls, according to reports by The New York Times.

In the process, the German bank, which had also given Epstein several loans, uncovered that Epstein has allegedly moved money out of the United States, and it reported the suspicious transactions to a federal agency that oversees financial crimes.

Still, it is evident that Epstein continued to do business with Deutsche Bank even in early 2019. The bank reportedly has closed all of Epstein’s accounts and has been contacted by federal prosecutors investigating the financier.

Prosecutors claim Epstein paid girls as young as 14 years old hundreds of dollars in cash for massages before molesting them at his homes in New York and  Palm Beach, Fla., from 2002 through 2005. He was arrested in early July at Teterboro Airport in New Jersey after he arrived on a flight from Paris and, dubbed a flight risk, has been denied bail.

Details have emerged about where Epstein amassed his wealth, which includes his $77 million Manhattan mansion, a $12 million Palm Beach estate, a private island in the U.S. Virgin Islands, properties in New Mexico and Paris, a private jet and more.

Epstein worked at Bear Stearns, a New York-based investment bank, until 1981 and left to set up his own firm. There he was a financial manager with a portfolio of clandestine billionaire clients, according to reports by Bloomberg. He was also the director of Leon Black’s family foundation, but his six-year stint came to an end in 2007 when the family requested that he step down.

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Seattle man with more than 70 convictions accused of throwing coffee on baby two days after release from jail

A Seattle man was arrested over the weekend and accused of throwing coffee on a baby — just two days after he’d been released from jail after serving eight months for randomly punching a man.

Q13 Fox reported that the suspect, Francisco Calderon, has been convicted more than 70 times, and 14 of those convictions were on assault charges.

NEW YORK CITY POLICE UNION URGES TOUGHER PUNISHMENTS FOR HARASSERS AFTER VIRAL VIDEOS SURFACE

The station, citing witnesses, reported that Calderon was behaving erratically before the alleged attack near Seattle’s Westlake Park. Witnesses said the baby’s father tackled Calderon and held him down until police arrived.

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Francisco Calderon (King County Correctional Facility)

KOMO reported late Tuesday that Calderon was being held on a misdemeanor charge, not on a felony charge of assaulting a child.

“Mr. Calderon is being released without conditions on the felony charge,” King County District Court Judge Anne Harper said. “He has been filed in Seattle Municipal Court on a misdemeanor charge … he remains detained but not on the felony. That is by decision of King County Prosecutor’s Office and Seattle City Attorney.”

Calderon received a yearlong jail sentence for his previous attack after Municipal Court Judge Ed McKenna rejected a plea deal agreed to by the prosecutor and public defender that would have sentenced Calderon to 30 days in jail and a treatment program. After that case, Seattle City Attorney Pete Holmes and Director of Public Defense Anita Khandwlwal called for McKenna’s resignation, citing “our shared concern that you are disregarding your duty to act with impartiality and integrity.”

“Our concerns are based on your repeated comments regarding the sentencing recommendations made by prosecutors, the role of defense counsel, and problems you perceive in the criminal legal system, as well as your conduct during the sentencing of Francisco Calderon,” the letter said.

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McKenna declined to step down, writing in response: “I was elected to this position by my peers and enjoy continued support from the bench. The court, as the judicial branch of City government, is a separate branch and independently elected and should act free of outside influence. An independent, fair and impartial judiciary is imperative to preserving principles of justice and rule of law.”

Fox News’ Tyler Olson contributed to this report.

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Brooklyn man accused of immigration fraud, submitting hundreds of faked applications: DOJ

A New York City man was arrested Tuesday for allegedly running an immigration fraud scheme that involved filing over 1,800 fake immigration applications over the past four years, according to a press release from the Department of Justice’s office in Vermont.

Brooklyn resident Arleigh Louison, 53, was arrested by Diplomatic Security Service (DSS) agents who executed a federal search warrant at his office, the press release said.

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United States Citizenship and Immigration Services office in Virginia.

Louison’s arrest comes less than a week after a federal grand jury returned a 12-count indictment, charging him with presenting false adjustment of status petitions to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services Service Center in St. Albans, Vt.

The Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Vermont, which conducted the probe, said Louison made false statements in connection with Form I-360 petitions for status adjustments under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), a law that enables immigrants to become lawful permanent residents (LPRs) of the U.S. if they were abused by a relative who is a U.S. citizen or LPR.

Louison allegedly submitted false information in the VAWA petitions so petitioners could secure work authorization permits. Last week’s indictment charged that the petitioners – who paid Louison for his services – were not abused as described in the petitions and never discussed abuse with Louison.

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The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Vermont said that Louison filed false statements with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, including more than 1,800 fraudulent applications for over 1,000 petitioners in the last four years.

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Louison was scheduled to appear in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York later on Tuesday, according to the press release.

His arraignment in the District of Vermont has not yet been scheduled.

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New York City police union urges tougher punishments for harassers after viral videos surface

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The New York City Police Benevolent Association (PBA) demanded that the district attorney invoke felony charges against those accused of throwing water or other substances at officers. The call came after viral videos surfaced on Monday showing officers being doused or pelted while onlookers jeered.

“At a minimum, there should be a felony charge for assaulting a police officer by throwing or spraying water or any other substance, and a misdemeanor charge for the attempt to do so. It’s time for lawmakers to take a stand against disorder, on behalf of their constituents and the cops who protect them,” PBA President Patrick J. Lynch said in a statement Tuesday. He said that under current law, officers can make arrests or write tickets in such instances, but in most cases they will not be criminally prosecuted by the DA.

NEW YORK POLICE SLAM VIDEOS SHOWING OFFICERS PELTED WITH OBJECTS, DRENCHED WITH WATER: ‘REPREHESIBLE’

“Since these outrageous videos surfaced, a chorus of lawmakers has condemned the behavior as ‘unacceptable’ and ‘disrespectful.’ We have been down this road before — words of support are meaningless if they’re not backed up by concrete action to address the lawlessness on our streets,” Lynch said.

“The chaos will continue to escalate unless something changes.”

On Tuesday, another video circulated by the NYC PBA Twitter account showed a man on a subway yelling epithets at two police officers, declaring it his First Amendment right to verbally abuse cops.

On Monday, after intense heat gave way to torrential downpours in New York City, a person was caught on camera hurling a red bucket that hit an officer in the head while he was making an arrest in Harlem. Groups of bystanders could be heard mocking and taunting the officers as people continued to splash the officers with water.

A similar incident was recorded in Brooklyn, where uniformed officers were drenched as they walked on the street. One man approached an officer and poured a bucket of water directly over his head. The officers stayed calm, according to reports.

“I think that it showed tremendous restraint, self-respect and dignity on the part of the police officer,” New York City Council Member Eric Ulrich said at a press conference on Tuesday. “I think that he made every cop and every police officer in this city proud yesterday, but at the same time he was humiliated and there was no reason for that.”

Ulrich and other members of the council echoed the sentiments of the PBA, demanding “zero tolerance” and prosecution for attackers of law enforcement.

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“The people who are responsible for these crimes, they need to be prosecuted, they need to be held accountable, and yes, they need to be charged with a felony,” Ulrich said.

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Houston day care bus driver charged over death of 3-year-old in 113-degree vehicle

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Police arrested a former Houston day care bus driver Tuesday in connection with the death of a 3-year-old boy who was found dead in a hot bus last year.

Maurice Mitchell, 62, was indicted Friday on a charge of second-degree injury to a child by recklessly causing serious bodily injury or death. The indictment was handed down exactly one year after the death of Raymond “R.J.” Pryer Jr.

TEXAS BOY, 2, SHOT AND KILLED IN HOME INVASION, SUSPECTS ON LOOSE: POLICE

Investigators say Raymond and 28 other children went on a field trip to a local park with the Discovering Me Academy on July 19, 2018. Day care workers did not notice the boy was missing until 6:30 p.m. when Raymond’s father arrived to pick him up.

Staffers found Raymond unresponsive inside the bus and he was pronounced dead at a local hospital.

COLORADO BUS CARRYING CHURCH GROUP KILLS 2, LEAVES 13 INJURED

Harris County deputies told FOX 26 their heat gauges showed temperature inside the bus to be 113 degrees when they first arrived at the scene.

Prosecutors allege Mitchell disengaged a passenger safety alarm, employed to ensure children were not left behind, without checking to make sure anyone was still on the bus.

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“As the summer heat intensifies, we should honor R.J.’s memory by ensuring no more children are left in hot vehicles,” Harris County Assistant District Attorney Michele Oncken said in a statement.

“Remember that the Texas [heat] can be deadly.”

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Fox News’ Kira Grant contributed to this report.

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Man accused of killing daughter’s teen boyfriend after suspecting him of selling her drugs: police

A Pennsylvania man has been charged with killing his daughter’s 17-year-old boyfriend, suspecting him of being her drug dealer, police said.

New Castle Police say the victim, Darren Jevcak, of Lawrence County, Pa., was by all accounts a “good kid,” KDKA-TV reports.

He was working at a pizza shop Friday when he was shot multiple times, according to police. His girlfriend’s father, Michael D’Biagio, 41, of Beaver Falls, was arrested at the scene and charged with the shooting.

“The dad suspected they were using drugs, I believe, with a group of friends and then he stated he came up here to talk to him,” Police Chief Robert Salem said, according to the station. “He didn’t talk to him, he starting shooting as soon as he came out of the place of employment.”

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Mugshot, left, for Michael D’Biagio, 41, charged in Pennsylvania with gunning down his daughter’s boyfriend, Darren Jevcak, 17, after suspecting him of being her drug dealer  (New Castle Police Department/Facebook)

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D’Biagio drove to the pizza shop after confronting his daughter on the phone about using cocaine with Jevcak, said a criminal complaint obtained by a reporter for the New Castle News and posted on Twitter.

“D’Biagio said he shot (Jevcak) in the head so that he could put Jevcak out of his misery because Jevcak looked to be in shock,” Sgt. Sheila Panella said, according to the document.

She alleged further that a witness informed her that “D’Biagio said the victim got D’Biagio’s daughter hooked on cocaine and so this is what drug dealers got.”

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Ashley Altemus said on Facebook Saturday that her son didn’t deserve to be killed.

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“All he did was love a girl who had a psychotic father,” she said.

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Georgia woman drops, fatally hurts baby during fight, cops say

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MOULTRIE, Ga.– A Georgia woman is accused of dropping and fatally injuring her 3-month-old baby during an altercation with another woman.

WALB-TV reports 26-year-old Karen Lashun Harrison was charged with felony murder, cruelty to children and simple battery.

Moultrie Police Lt. Freddie Williams says Harrison got into a fight Friday with a woman at a beauty supply store and dropped the baby onto the pavement. The baby was taken to the hospital Saturday with a head injury where he later died.

Harrison told police the baby was injured when he fell from family friend Carneata Clark’s arms. Clark corroborated the story. She’s charged with false statements and obstruction of an officer.

The other woman involved in the fight hasn’t been charged.

Williams says more arrests are possible.

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It’s unclear whether Harrison and Clark have attorneys.

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This Day in History: July 23

On this day, July 23 …

1967: Five days of deadly rioting erupt in Detroit as an early morning police raid on an unlicensed bar results in a confrontation with local residents that escalates into violence that spreads into other parts of the city; 43 people, mostly blacks, are killed.

Also on this day:

  • 1829: William Austin Burt receives a patent for his “typographer,” a forerunner of the typewriter.
  • 1914: Austria-Hungary presents a list of demands to Serbia following the killing of Archduke Franz Ferdinand by a Serb assassin; Serbia’s refusal to agree to the entire ultimatum leads to the outbreak of World War I.
  • 1962: The first public TV transmissions over Telstar 1 take place during a special program featuring live shots beamed from the United States to Europe, and vice versa.
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  • 1996: At the Atlanta Olympics, Kerri Strug makes a heroic final vault, despite torn ligaments in her left ankle as the U.S. women gymnasts clinch their first-ever Olympic team gold medal.
  • 1997: The search for Andrew Cunanan, the suspected killer of designer Gianni Versace and others, endx as police find his body on a houseboat in Miami Beach, an apparent suicide.
  • 1999: Space shuttle Columbia blasts off with the world’s most powerful X-ray telescope and Eileen Collins, the first woman to command a U.S. space flight.
  • 2001: Pope John Paul II urges President George W. Bush in their first meeting, held at Castel Gandolfo, Italy, to bar creation of human embryos for medical research.
  • 2003: A new audiotape purported to be from toppled dictator Saddam Hussein calls on Iraqis to resist the U.S. occupation.
  • 2003: Massachusetts’ attorney general issuex a report saying clergy members and others in the Boston Archdiocese probably had sexually abused more than 1,000 people over a period of six decades.
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  • 2011: Singer Amy Winehouse, 27, is found dead in her London home from accidental alcohol poisoning.
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Georgia woman drops, fatally hurts baby during fight, cops say

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MOULTRIE, Ga.– A Georgia woman is accused of dropping and fatally injuring her 3-month-old baby during an altercation with another woman.

WALB-TV reports 26-year-old Karen Lashun Harrison was charged with felony murder, cruelty to children and simple battery.

Moultrie Police Lt. Freddie Williams says Harrison got into a fight Friday with a woman at a beauty supply store and dropped the baby onto the pavement. The baby was taken to the hospital Saturday with a head injury where he later died.

Harrison told police the baby was injured when he fell from family friend Carneata Clark’s arms. Clark corroborated the story. She’s charged with false statements and obstruction of an officer.

The other woman involved in the fight hasn’t been charged.

Williams says more arrests are possible.

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It’s unclear whether Harrison and Clark have attorneys.

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