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Baby found dead after mom left him home alone for 10 hours while she worked, police say

Baby found dead after mom left him home alone for 10 hours while she worked, police say

An Arizona mother is in jail after police said she went to work and left her 1-year-old son alone in their apartment, where he was found dead 10 hours later. >> Missing baby found dead near slough after 5-day search According to court documents obtained by KTVK, Donielle Joyce King, 32, of Phoenix, was arrested and charged with child abuse after first responders found the boy unresponsive Tuesday afternoon.  King told investigators that she left the baby at home about 6:20 a.m. Tuesday before dropping off her other children at day care and going to work, the probable cause statement said. She claimed the baby could not go to day care because he 'had open sores,' court documents said. She also reportedly told investigators that a friend was supposed to babysit but never showed up. >> Read more trending news  King said she came back home at 4:15 p.m. and found the baby unresponsive on a mattress, investigators said. She said she performed CPR on the child as her daughter called 911, court documents said. The baby, who reportedly had several bruises, was pronounced dead about 4:47 p.m., court documents said. King is being held on a $50,000 bond. Read more here.

Grandmother shot, 1 woman dead, suspect in custody after hostage situation at Los Angeles Trader Joe’s

Grandmother shot, 1 woman dead, suspect in custody after hostage situation at Los Angeles Trader Joe’s

One woman is dead and a suspect in custody after dozens of people were held hostage Saturday during a standoff at a Los Angeles Trader Joe’s supermarket. Here are the latest updates: Update 9:06 a.m. EDT July 22: The Associated Press reported that police are working to determine why a man shot his grandmother and wounded another woman before crashing a car into a Los Angeles Trader Joe’s, holding dozens of people hostage. According to police, the suspect, who has not been identified, shot his grandmother seven times and wounded a woman he forced into his car. Another woman was shot and killed when he ran into the Trader Joe’s. Police Chief Michel Moore told The AP it was not clear if the woman who was killed outside the store died from police gunfire or was killed by the gunman when he exchanged fire with police. Six people, ages 12 to 81, are in the hospital, according to fire officials. None were shot and all were in fair condition. Update 6:05 a.m. EDT July 22: Trader Joe’s has released a statement about Saturday’s deadly standoff in Los Angeles. “Our hearts are broken over what happened today,” read the statement obtained by KNBC. “This has been an incredible trauma, and our thoughts are with our Crew Members and customers. Our focus is on doing whatever we can to support them at this time. We appreciate everything Los Angeles law enforcement did to ensure an end to this ordeal.” Original report: A man crashed a car and ran into a Los Angeles grocery store Sunday afternoon and took hostages during a standoff with police, authorities said.  >> Read more trending news The man was taken into custody after a tense standoff with police.  A hostage was killed during the incident, the Associated Press reported.  The incident started with the shooting of an older and younger woman in a residential area around 1:30 p.m., Los Angeles Police officer Mike Lopez told CNN. The Associated Press reported that the younger woman suffered a graze wound. The shooter then fled in a Toyota Camry and crashed at a Trader Joe’s, before running into the store. 'We can confirm that there is an active barricaded suspect within a #TraderJoes in #Silverlake. An active tac-alert has been declared to ensure all resources necessary will be available. Please continue to stay clear of the area,' Los Angeles police tweeted. A 20-year-old woman was taken to a hospital and is in fair condition, CNN reported.  Video shows police carrying shields and ushering out a man who has his hands raised. A person who appears to be injured was carried off, and other people could be seen climbing out of the store down a rope ladder.  President Donald Trump and Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti have tweeted about the standoff. Trump’s tweet has since been removed. This is a developing story. Check back for updates.

Texas woman accused of sending meth to convicted killer, police say

Texas woman accused of sending meth to convicted killer, police say

A Texas woman is behind bars after police say she tried to send meth to a convicted killer. According to KFDX, Sara Elizabeth Russell, 29, of Katy, was charged Thursday with one count of prohibited substance in a correctional facility after mailroom employees at the James V. Allred Unit prison found methamphetamine – and instructions on how to hide it – inside a card.  >> Read more trending news  Authorities said Russell was trying to send the drugs to inmate Jason Burkett, who was convicted of murder for his part in the 2001 deaths of a Texas woman and two teens, the Houston Chronicle reported.  KFDX reported that investigators believe Burkett 'mailed the card to Russell with pre-arranged directions to put meth in it, then have it returned to him.' Burkett reportedly told investigators that he sent the card to Russell but didn't ask her to send the drugs. Russell is being held on $10,000 bond.  Read more here or here.

FBI releases declassified Carter Page FISA applications

The Federal Bureau of Investigation on Saturday released a highly redacted copy of the application made by the bureau to a special intelligence court, asking to establish surveillance in the fall of 2016 on Carter Page, a one-time foreign policy adviser to President Donald Trump’s campaign, showing officials feared that Page was working with Russia to undermine the Presidential election.

“The FBI believes Page has been the subject of targeted recruitment by the Russian Government,” the document states – interrupted by redactions – but then continues, “undermine and influence the outcome of the 2016 U.S. Presidential election in violation of criminal [More]