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Miami Super Bowl organizers kick-off Python Bowl in Everglades

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Miami’s Super Bowl Host Committee has announced the kick-off of the Python Bowl to hunt the invasive snake and Everglades menace.

Local media report 500 amateur and professional Burmese python hunters have signed up for the 10-day event, which began Friday and runs to Jan. 19.

Contestants are vying for prizes of cash and two all-terrain vehicles.

A reigning champ celebrity python hunter Dusty “Wildman” Crum, star of the Discovery show “Guardians of the Glades,” is vowing to hold on to his title, Miami New Times reported.

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“I’m hoping to pull 10 or 12 snakes out this year,” he told the paper. “It’s gonna be fierce competition. I’m gonna be putting in a lot of hours and sleeping in my truck.”

Crum said he didn’t enter the Python Bowl for the money or the ATVs.

“It’s about winning and getting the snakes out of the Glades,” he told the paper.

Kristen Sommers, a wildlife impact manager for the state Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, said officials understand the number of pythons caught during the contest won’t even make a dent in the population, which might exceed 100,000.

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It’s to raise awareness of the problem.

“We hope we can minimize the python’s impact until some time in the future when some sort of silver bullet will be available,” she said.

The winners will be announced at a ceremony during the Super Bowl Live festival in Miami’s Bayfront Park on Jan.25., according to the New Times.

Pro Python trapper Tom Rahill said the key to success is persistence: Every eight hours of hunting averages one snake caught. It takes a keen eye, looking for a telltale glistening under the water or in the bush during the day or staking out levees at night, waiting for one to appear.

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“It is a certain amount of luck, but it is being in the the right place at the right time,” he said.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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New York’s new bail law springs bank robbery suspect who pulls off another heist: cops

New York’s new bail-reform law is being blamed for the release of an accused serial bank robber who may have struck another bank after he got out of jail.

Gerod Woodbury, 42, was charged Wednesday with robbing four Manhattan banks since Dec. 30, according to the New York Post.

After being locked up, he was sprung the next day under the new law, which did away with bail in cases involving so-called nonviolent crimes, according to the New York Post.

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Cops have identified the person in this image as accused bank robber Gerod Woodbury, 42. (New York City Police Department)

On Friday, just a day after being released, Woodbury made his way to Brooklyn where he robbed another bank — his fifth in a two-week span, the paper reported, citing law enforcement sources.

The Post broke the story on its front page with the headline, “Laughing All the Way to the Bank.”

The paper reported that after Woodbury was released from jail Thursday, sources quoted him as saying, “I can’t believe they let me out. “What were they thinking?”

NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea highlighted Woodbury’s case to slam the bail reform law.

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“What motivation does this suspect have to return to court? None,” he tweeted over the weekend. “This makes NYPD cops’ jobs harder, and makes New Yorkers less safe.”

The law, enacted last year under New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s signature, took effect Jan. 1.

Supporters said the law will prevent indigent people who can’t afford bail from being locked up indefinitely for nonviolent crimes. Those released on their own recognizance promise the judge to return on their next court date.

Woodbury was charged with handing tellers threatening notes and making off with more than $1,000 in two of the crimes, the Post reported.

Police said in each of the four robberies Woodbury wasn’t in possession of a gun or another weapon.

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He was booked on nonviolent robbery and grand larceny charges, according to reports.

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Texas man with license to carry shoots, kills suspected robber at home cookout

A Texas man licensed to carry a handgun fatally shot one of three suspects during a botched armed robbery at a home cookout Friday night, investigators said.

The Dallas Police Department said in a news release that the incident happened at 11:55 p.m. on the 3400 block of Chicago Street in Dallas.

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The three unidentified suspects approached the front yard where guests were socializing and attempted to rob them at gunpoint. Two of the suspects had handguns, police told FOX4 Dallas-Fort Worth.

An unnamed man, who was a licensed handgun carrier visiting the residence, drew his weapon and shot one suspect, police said in the release. The two other suspects escaped and remain at-large.

The wounded suspect was rushed to a hospital, where he later died, police said. The suspect was not immediately identified.

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The 25-year-old man who shot the robbery suspect was released after an interview with detectives.

The case is being referred to a Dallas County grand jury.

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The state constitution guarantees every Texan the right to “keep and bear arms in the lawful defense of himself or the state,” but allows legislators to regulate how firearms are carried in order to prevent crime.

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Night sky above Arizona town glowed purple due to nearby marijuana farm: report

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The night sky over Snowflake, Ariz., glowed pink and purple due to ultra-violet lights from a nearby marijuana farm called Copperstate Farms, the Arizona Republic reported.

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The purple glow is visible for miles, the Navajo County Facebook post on Friday said.

“The purple glow is a result of UV lights from nearby medical marijuana farm Copperstate Farms and the snow clouds overhead,” the post said.   

Last Thursday – and into Friday morning – the area received one to two inches of snow, the National Weather Service in Flagstaff reported.

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As of last April, Copperstate employed close to 200 people, the Republic reported.

The marijuana is grown in a large greenhouse that formerly grew tomatoes.

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Despite Trump’s warning, video appears to show Iran police firing at demonstrators

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Iranian security forces purportedly fire live ammunition at protesters despite Trump’s warning
Videos emerged online Monday that purportedly show Iranian police and security forces firing live ammunition to disperse demonstrators protesting against the Islamic Republic after the country mistakenly downed a Ukrainian airline plane shortly after takeoff from Tehran.

There was no immediate report in Iranian state-run media on the incident near Azadi, or Freedom, Square in Tehran, but, if true, could be seen as an act of defiance against President Trump who warned the regime against the use of deadly force. Trump late Sunday tweeted in Farsi that a combination of protests and sanctions have “choked off” Iran and said Tehran will be forced to the negotiation table.

Trump insisted that he “couldn’t care less” if the regime negotiates, but he appeared to lay down non-negotiable issues that included the development of nuclear weapons and the use of deadly force against protesters. Tehran has experienced unrest after the country admitted it mistakenly fired a missile that brought down a Ukrainian airline flight out of the country’s capital, killing all 176 onboard. Click here for more on our top story.

Here’s what happens once the Senate gets the articles of impeachment
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi confirmed in an interview Sunday that she and fellow Democrats will soon discuss sending articles of impeachment against President Trump to the Senate for a trial, and defended her decision to wait weeks to do so.

Despite criticism from both Republicans and some of her fellow Democrats, Pelosi said her strategy was sound. She called a resolution introduced by Republicans — and supported by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell — allowing for dismissal of the impeachment case if she failed to send the articles within 25 days a “cover-up.”

Pelosi said she will talk to Democrats at the weekly caucus meeting Tuesday “on how we proceed further.” It looks like Tuesday will be a pivotal day and Fox News’ Chad Pergram has an inside look at what could happen next. Click here for more.

Queen holding family ‘Megxit’ summit: report
All eyes are on Britain’s royal family as Queen Elizabeth II has a private meeting Monday with Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince Harry to discuss Harry and wife Meghan Markle’s decision to step back from their royal duties.

Last week, Markle and Prince Harry revealed that they would be stepping back as “senior members” of the royal family and would be splitting time between the United Kingdom and North America while working to “become financially independent.” Sources told People magazine that the queen requested the high-level meeting to “talk things through” following the drama in the press after the announcement. Meghan, who is currently in Canada, reportedly might call in for the meeting. Click here for more.

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Off-duty sheriff’s detective struck and killed in California after aiding elderly woman, police say

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An off-duty sheriff’s detective was struck and killed by a vehicle Sunday after she helped an elderly woman cross the street in Los Angeles Calif., Sheriff Alex Villanueva said.

The accident occurred around 11 a.m. when 41-year-old Amber Leist, a 12-year veteran of the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department, returned to her car after assisting two people crossing the road in the Valley Village area. One of the pedestrians — a senior citizen — had fallen to the ground and Leist got out of her vehicle to help her, police added.

“While she was returning to her vehicle, she was struck by a vehicle traveling eastbound on Riverside Drive when the light had turned green,” Villanueva said at a 6 p.m. news conference on Sunday.

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Leist was transported to a local area hospital where she was pronounced dead, Villanueva said. The driver reportedly stopped at the scene was cooperating with investigators.

The department was reeling from the news of her death. Villanueva said that personnel at their West Hollywood station were replaced by those from other locations so they could have a chance to mourn.

“Today the LA County Sheriff’s Department is grieving,” Villanueva said. “We are shocked and stunned by the sudden loss of a family member.”

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Members of the police department would later line up and salute her body in silence, which was wrapped in the American flag and carried into a coroner marked vehicle, according to a video by the department on Twitter.

The video also showed two people hugging, surrounded by numerous officers paying tribute to Leist as her body was being taken away.

“We line up with a heavy heart to ensure the safe passage of our fallen sister, @WHDLASD Deputy Amber Leist,” the department wrote on Twitter. “Sometimes, no words are necessary.”

Villanueva said Leist “leaves behind a family and two sons. One son who is currently serving in the Navy.” He said he wants the family of Leist to know that everyone in the department will always be there for them.

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“It’s a tough day for our department,” Villanueva said. “We’re going to get through this as a family.”

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Baltimore sees 12 shot, 5 dead in just 1 day of shootings

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Twelve people were shot and five of them were killed in a total of eight separate shootings Saturday in Baltimore, according to reports.

The first of Saturday’s shootings was reported at about 2:30 a.m. and involved three women, all found with apparent gunshot wounds in a car in a northeastern section of the city. One victim, a 28-year-old woman, died shortly after she arrived at a hospital.

A few hours after, police in Southeast Baltimore said they found a 46-year-old man with a gunshot wound to the leg. Then, a second shooting victim, a 40-year-old man, walked into a hospital seeking treatment for a gunshot wound to his leg.

Shortly after 2:30 p.m. Saturday, police found a man shot to death in Southeast Baltimore. Less than half an hour later, a shooting in central Baltimore wounded a 37-year-old man.

A 38-year-old man was found with a gunshot wound around 7 p.m. Saturday in Northeast Baltimore.

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A shooting in Southwest Baltimore about an hour later killed one man and wounded another. More gunfire a few minutes after in Northeast Baltimore killed a 37-year-old man.

Saturday’s violence ended shortly before 11 p.m., when cops found a 24-year-old man shot to death in Northwest Baltimore.

“It goes without saying that the level of violence in the city yesterday was deeply disturbing and deeply troubling,” Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison said during a news conference at police headquarters.

Harrison added his department “so far” has been unable to find “any connection between the five murders.”

None of the names of the victims was released.

City council president Brandon Scott, a Democrat running for mayor, issued a statement Sunday condemning the violence: “Due to the senseless violence that occurred throughout our city yesterday, there are five people who are no longer with us who should be. Today, there are five families who are suffering from the grief and trauma of losing a loved one. This trauma does not get buried with the victims. It extends to the survivors, families, and communities who are left to cope with the aftermath and pick up the pieces. This violence is heartbreaking and must stop now.”

Scott said he planned to question Baltimore’s police commissioner and other agency heads about what they were doing in the affected communities before and after the shootings.

The Maryland city recorded 348 homicides last year, its fifth consecutive year with more than 300 murders and the most violent year ever on a per-capita basis.

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Baltimore has been in the throes of a steep rise in violent crime since 2015 when the homicide rate spiked amid the city’s worst rioting in decades following the death of Freddie Gray in police custody.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Florida man who spat on ‘MAGA’ hat-wearing bar patron gets 90 days in jail

A Florida man who spat on a fellow bar patron wearing a “Make America Great” hat was sentenced to 90 days in jail and one year of supervised probation.

Matthias Ajple, 43, entered a no-contest plea Thursday and Judge David Morgan found Ajple guilty of battery, Treasure Coast News reported.

Surveillance footage of the incident showed Ajple approaching Robert Youngblood, 67, at a bar in Vero Beach on Oct. 26.

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Matthias Ajple was sentenced to 90 days in jail.

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He placed a paper towel on Youngblood’s head to cover up the “Make America Great Again” lettering on the hat, and slapped the bill of the hat before telling him to “go back to Russia, you f— communist,” investigators said.

Ajple then spat on Youngblood and left the bar, according to an Indian River County Sheriff’s Office arrest affidavit.

Youngblood took down Ajple’s license plate and gave it to police.

Ajple told police when they arrested him, “I was just trying to protect you guys because I support law enforcement. Trump supporters are communist and racist.”

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“I don’t even care that I’m going to jail; this is actually exciting,” he said. “Plus, I have more time on this earth than he does anyway; he probably feels so good about himself.”

Ajple must also pay a $155 to Youngblood, pay for all necessary court costs and avoid contact with him, according to the sentencing document.

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Drexel student, 23, falls to his death after jumping between rooftops, witnesses say

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A 23-year-old medical student fell to his death in the early hours of Saturday morning after he tried to jump between two building rooftops in North Philadelphia, according to reports.

Witnesses said Vivek Subramani, a third-year Drexel College of Medicine student, was jumping between rooftops when he missed and fell two stories down, hitting his head on the concrete, Fox 29 reported.

Subramani was face down in a pool of blood and was unresponsive as witnesses tried giving him CPR until medics arrived, KYW-TV added.

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They also told investigators he was part of a group who’d been drinking at an event earlier in the evening but police said they didn’t believe narcotics or foul play were involved.

Subramani was pronounced dead at a nearby hospital.

“On behalf of the entire Drexel community, I want to extend my deepest sympathy to the family, friends and colleagues of Vivek. There are no words to express the sense of loss when any young life is cut so short, and especially for someone with so much promise,” Drexel President John Fry said in a statement.

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Subramani was a member of the Sigma Beta Rho fraternity, which described him as a “bright, young and caring man who was so close to achieving his dreams of becoming a doctor.”

“He would always brighten up any room he walked into and was more than a friend to those who knew him,” the fraternity wrote on a GoFund Me page to raise money for his family.

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Shooting at Dallas high school basketball game injures 2, including police officer

Dallas police are searching for three suspects in connection with a shooting at a high school basketball game that injured two people Saturday night.

A fight had broked out around 9:10 p.m., prompting gunfire inside Ellis Davis Field House in South Dallas, police said in a news release.

An 18-year-old black man was shot during the altercation and rushed to an area hospital in serious condition, police said. His identity has not been released.

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The victim was not believed to be a student in the district, spokeswoman Robyn Harris told the Dallas Morning News.

A bullet grazed a police officer for the Dallas Independent School District [ISD] but she was in stable condition, Fox 4 reported.

The district was looking into its own security measures at sporting events, the spokeswoman added.

“We absolutely have a screening process that includes clear bags. We implemented a clear bag policy like you see at many of the stadiums,” Harris said. “We do not house metal detectors here, and so that’s something that I imagine that we will quickly and swiftly be looking at.”

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Police released an image from surveillance footage showing three persons of interest. They remained at large.

“We really need the community’s help in resolving this,” Harris said. “Because, again, there is senseless violence that must stop.”

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A news conference with Superintendent Michael Hinojosa was scheduled for Monday at 10:30 a.m.

Anyone with information on the shooting has been asked to contact police.

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