Terrifying video shows the moment a burglar reportedly broke into a Georgia house with a mother and baby inside. >> Read more trending news The burglary happened around 4 a.m. on Dawn Drive in DeKalb County. The same neighborhood has dealt with six car break-ins in the past week and a half – but the crimes don't compare to the one the victim WSB-TV's Matt Johnson spoke with Monday said she experienced. 'Who's there? I'm calling the cops. I'm calling 911. Get off my front door,' she's heard saying in the surveillance video as a stranger stands outside her home. The man ignores her and breaks into the living room. 'Help me! Help me!' the woman is heard saying in the video. Even the sound of the mother screaming and her 8-month-old daughter crying aren't enough to get him to leave without stealing electronics. The woman said she grabbed her daughter and ran to a neighbor's house on Oakridge Court. 'I went out through the back with my baby, and I was just screaming for the neighbors to hear,' she told Johnson Monday. She said before she left, she saw the thief get inside her home through an app on her phone. 'I just needed to be safe with my baby. Her life matters to me. That was the only thing on my mind, like, I just needed to get her to safety,' she said. Another video appears to show the same person exiting through the front door two hours earlier without locking it. The victim says she later learned he pried open a window two hours earlier and stole her purse while she was asleep. 'Every night, I check all the locks. I knew it was definitely locked,' she said. DeKalb County police said they're using the videos to track down the thief. The victim says her move to Georgia just last week is off to a tough start. 'I'm just a mom trying to get by with my baby. I just need my purse back, my passport, my ID cards, everything was in my purse,' she said. Thankfully, neither the mother nor baby had any contact with the intruder. A security company has installed new equipment at the home.
A suspected drug dealer was arrested in Clearwater after police discovered ecstasy pills shaped like President Donald Trump’s head. Brendan Dolan-King, 23, was arrested Friday, by Clearwater Police when officers responded a call about a heroin overdose. Dolan-King reportedly allowed detectives to search his home where they located the president-shaped ecstasy hidden in an air vent. The pills had six stars and ‘Trump NL’ stamped on the back. Officers believe Dolan-King made the call about the overdose because he 'was possibly the person to provide the victim of the overdose with the heroin that he overdosed on.' This is not the first time tablets shaped like the president have surfaced. Authorities in northern Indiana seized similar MDMA pills in July 2018. Those pills had the words ‘great again’ written on the back. Click here to read the article. Similar pills are also manufactured in Europe and are reported to have elevated levels of MDMA, which prompted authorities to issue warnings for their ‘high dose’ potential. In August of 2017 several pills resembling the president were seized in Germany. These were also stamped with stars and ‘Trump NL.’ Click here to read the story. At Dolan-King’s home, police also discovered a tan powder which tested positive for fentanyl. He has been charged with possession and is being held on $2,000 bond. The Smoking Gun reports that Dolan-King was convicted last year for possession of cocaine, liquid THC, and MDMA that was shaped like Darth Vader.
Calling it an “epic return”, officials at Orlando International Airport (O.I.A.) announced the re-opening of the Universal Orlando Store in terminal A. The newly refurbished store is located across from the security checkpoint for gates 1-59. It features many of the most popular items sold at the theme park with prices starting at $2.00. Visitors will be greeted by dinosaurs, minions and of course, an entire corner dedicated to Harry Potter. This is one of two stores at O.I.A. which first opened in 2010. We checked online reviews which suggest the store does not “jack-up” the prices just because they are located in the airport. O.I.A. sent a tweet showing off the new store with the caption, “Go Bananas!” App users click here to see the video of the new store.