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    Nearly a year after the drowning death of a Brevard County man, the State Attorneys office announced  Friday, there will be no criminal charges against a group of teens who mocked the man and recorded his death. Jamel Dunn, 31, of Cocoa, died in July 2017. Dunn’s body was found in a pond at Bracco Pond Park days after he had died.  Four teenagers and one adult were initially charged weeks after Dunn's death with failure to report a death. Cocoa Police acknowledged at the time that it would be difficult to make the charges stick because the Florida statute had never been applied in a similar instance.  A Florida state legislator later created a good Samaritan bill that would have made it a crime not to render aid to someone in need, but it was not passed by lawmakers.
  • The NFL announced Tuesday that it picked up the third year option on it's agreement with the city beautiful and the 2019 Pro Bowl will be played in Orlando again. The leagues all star game will take place on January 27, 2019, at Camping World Stadium. In addition to the game, there is a number of events that take place in the the city and at ESPN's Wide World of Sports complex at Walt Disney World leading up to game day.  Last year's game drew about 55,000 fans and the City as earned upwards of $50 million with the last two Pro Bowl games.
  • A Stuart man is accused of threatening Republican representative Brian Mast's children over the Trump administration's immigration policy. According to an FBI report, Laurence Key called Mast's Washington office Monday and said, 'I'm going to find the congressman's kids and kill them,' according to the complaint filed in U.S. District Court, Key went on to say, 'If you are going to separate kids at the border, I'm going to kill his kids.'  Mr. Key has previously called Mast's office more than 475 times, and recently contacted the offices of Senators Marco Rubio and Bill Nelson.  Key who was recently arrested in St. Lucie County, is charged with communication of a threat to kidnap or injure a person.  Mast's representatives are not currently commenting on the investigation which is on going.
  • Trappers caught and killed a 12 foot alligator that they believe attacked a woman while she was walking her dogs near a lake Friday morning . Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officials said in a statement that a necropsy confirmed the gator bit the woman and they believe she is dead.  Davie Police say a witness saw the woman walking her dogs at the park this morning. One of the dogs was barking on the bank of the lake and refused to leave while police divers searched for the woman.  The victim was later identified as 47-year-old Shizuka Matsuki.  A Davie Police Detective said trappers had seen a 12-foot alligator and residents said they've also noticed a large gator in the area recently.
  • Great news if you’re looking for work or maybe you have a job, but want a better one. Hire Day Orlando featuring over 100 employers, career experts and community career resource partners is happening Friday, June 8, at Orlando's Amway center. According to OrlandoJobs.com,  the goal of the event is to connect job seekers with great employers, and showcase community resources that provide training, assistance and education to help job seekers overcome weaknesses that  may keep you from getting that great job. The event is free, parking is free and doors open at 11a.m., but you do need to get registered.  For more info and to register, click here
  • Neighbors in a quiet Baldwin Park community called 911 after hearing explosions Tuesday Morning, now two men are in custody facing a variety of serious charges.  It happened in the 4400 block of Beach Boulevard near Lake Susannah. Orange County deputies told Channel 9, WFTV that when they responded two men had set off some type of acid bombs.  Police said 57-year-old Bruce Steffenhagen was cooperative, but a man later identified as 35-year-old Nathan Martin was not cooperative, which led to a standoff lasting several hours.  Deputies notified the bomb squad to check out the suspicious devices and the Sheriff's office bomb squad also responded to the scene. Several other people in the home were also uncooperative according to deputies.  'After a search warrant was obtained, SWAT members cleared the home for (the bomb squad) to gather evidence,'  Investigators said they released four people after questioning them. Steffenhagen and Martin are charged with making, possessing, throwing, projecting, placing or discharging a destructive device.  A Federal Bureau of Investigation bomb technician was also called to the home.  The incident remains under investigation.
  • Florida based company Seavin, owner of Clermont's Lake ridge Winery and San Sebastian Winery in St. Augustine has issued a recall on certain bottles of wine. A statement from the company says the recall is over concerns they 'may contain small grains or bits of glass'. The potential problem concerns the 750 ml bottles of Lakeridge Winery Southern Red, Southern White and Cabernet Sauvignon, as well as, San Sebastian Winery Vintners Red and Vintners White.  Go to voluntaryrecallinfo.seavin.com and enter the date code to see whether your bottle is on the recall list. People with an affected bottle can get a refund or replacement.  You can also call Seavin's recall hotline at 1-800-476-8463 seven days a week from 9 a.m.-9 p.m.
  • The Caribbean American Association of Lake County is hosting it's 7th annual Clermont Caribbean Jerk Festival. It happens Saturday, May 19, from noon to 10 p.m. at Clermont Waterfront Park.  Stuart Wilson, President of the Lake County Caribbean American association tells News 96.5 WDBO the family friendly event of food and entertainment is the associations premiere event to raise fund for it's scholarship program.  This year the association has granted scholarships to five students from three Lake County High Schools. If you can't make it to the event, but would like to contribute to the cause, check out www. CAALC.org
  • The Florida department of Law Enforcement now believes a 17-year-old girl missing from Miami could be related to an Amber Alert that was issued Tuesday in Titusville. The Titusville Police Department said Thursday, it had 'received interest' from Miami-Dade Police investigators into a missing person case involving 17 year old Dania Bellegarde, who disappeared from Miami on May 7.  'While we cannot discuss Miami’s case, we can speak for ourselves in that there is interest on both sides to find out if the girl forced into a vehicle in Titusville could be the missing girl from Miami,' Titusville Deputy Police Chief Todd Hutchinson said.  Tuesday, a witness told Titusville police they had seen a girl who appeared to be about 15 years old being pulled into charcoal colored SUV. They gave a description which led to an Amber Alert for the unidentified girl.  On Thursday, the witness changed her mind and said Bellegarde could be the girl she saw.
  • Kristopher Oswald II was found sitting in his car at Central Park in Ocoee. Police said Oswald’s pants were down and he had several items in his car, including a teddy bear, coloring books and diapers. Police caught up with Oswald Monday, after another man reported concerning posts Oswald sent him on Snapchat, including a message that he was planning on targeting “sexy boys” at Thornebrooke Elementary School.  Police  believe Oswald has targeted juveniles in the past. He has known ties in Davenport, Clermont, Kissimmee and Ocoee.  “He talks about volunteering in places like schools, child centers and stuff like that. We want to know if anybody knows this guy or had seen him out anywhere or has ever allowed him near children,” said Lt. Mike Bryant of the Ocoee Police Department.  Oswald faces charges of conspiracy to commit sexual battery.  Anyone with information about Oswald is asked to call the Ocoee Police Department at 407-905-3160.
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  • A teen girl helped a blind, deaf man communicate on a recent Alaska Airlines flight, according to KIRO. Dianne McGinness with Alaska Airlines shared the heartwarming story after a passenger on the flight wrote a post this week about the interaction that was shared over 400,000 times. The passenger, Lynette Scribner, was traveling on the same flight as the teen and man, and was moved to write a post on the touching encounter.  >> Read more trending news  Scribner said the man, Tim Cook, was traveling home to Portland after visiting his sister. Cook lives at Portland's Brookdale Senior Living.  When passengers of the flight realized Cook was blind and deaf, many helped ensure he was comfortable. A man sitting next to Cook gave him the aisle seat and helped with little tasks like opening his coffee creamer and pouring it into his coffee, Scribner shared. A flight attendant made an announcement asking if a passenger on board knew American Sign Language. Fifteen-year-old Clara Daly, who has studied ASL for the last year, rang her call button. When Daly learned the man could communicate only if someone signed into his hand, she immediately went to help. Cook asked Daly questions and she patiently sign-spelled answers into his hand. Scribner said Daly learned ASL because she has dyslexia, and it was the easiest foreign language for her to learn. “Clara was amazing,” an Alaska Airlines flight attendant said in the news release. “You could tell Tim was very excited to have someone he could speak to -- and she was such an angel.” “When (Cook) asked (Daly) if she was pretty, she blushed and laughed as the seat mate, who had learned a few signs, communicated an enthusiastic yes to Tim,” Scribner shared. “I don't know when I've ever seen so many people rally to take care of another human being. All of us in the immediate rows were laughing and smiling and enjoying his obvious delight in having someone to talk to.” After the flight, McGinness said Cook met a service provider from Brookdale Senior Living at the gate. Cook said the flight was the best trip he's ever taken. Daly told her mom she thought the encounter was 'meant to be,' since her original flight was canceled and she was redirected to Cook's flight. On Thursday, Scribner added a note on her beloved post: “We are all starving for good news and this was just what we needed.”
  • Orange County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Wueizman Leal, 41, after he allegedly shot and killed his 59-year-old mother Friday evening during an argument at a home near Winter Garden, the Orange County Sheriff's Office said. Deputies were called shortly after 8:45 p.m. to a fight at a home on Bridgewater Crossings Boulevard near Ficquette and Winter Garden Vineland roads, Orange County Deputy Ingrid Tejada-Monforte said. When deputies arrived at the home, they heard people arguing followed by gunfire, Tejada-Monforte said. Investigators said they apprehended Leal while he was trying to leave the home. His mother, Tania Perez Creek , was shot multiple times, deputies said. She was taken to Florida Hospital Winter Garden where she later died from her injuries, deputies said. The man's stepfather was also at the home when the woman was shot, Tejada-Monforte said. The shooting remains under investigation.
  • Anthony Bourdain’s mother revealed that while she was “never really a fan” of her son’s tattoos, she plans to get one in his memory. Gladys Bourdain told the New York Times that she plans to get “Tony” tattooed in small letters on the inside of her wrist some time next week, and use his tattoo artist. >> Read more trending news  The 61-year-old chef and host of CNN’s “Parts Unknown” was found dead on June 8 in a hotel room in France. Investigators say he hanged himself. On Friday, a prosecutor said Bourdain had no traces of drugs or alcohol in his system.  The famous chef had several tattoos, getting his first at 44. Bourdain told Maxim in August 2017 that each tattoo marks a significant moment in his life. “I don't overly place importance on them, but [tattoos] do commemorate in a way that photographs can't,” Bourdain said. “I stopped taking photographs a long time ago when I travel. There's this realization that the lens is inadequate to capture the moment, so maybe I'm just looking to mark time in another way that's very personal.” Gladys Bourdain said that a private ceremony will be held soon, adding, “He would want as little fuss as possible.” A Bourdain family spokesperson told the BBC the family has no plans for a public memorial at this time.
  • White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said she and seven members of her family were kicked out of The Red Hen restaurant in Lexington, Virginia on Friday night. TMZ first reported that the restaurant’s owner kicked out Sanders and her family out of “moral conviction.”  >> Read more trending news  A waiter posted on Facebook that Sanders was in the restaurant for “a total of two minutes” before being asked to leave. Sanders confirmed the incident on Twitter. “Last night I was told by the owner of Red Hen in Lexington, VA to leave because I work for @POTUS and I politely left,” Sanders tweeted Saturday. “Her actions say far more about her than about me. I always do my best to treat people, including those I disagree with, respectfully and will continue to do so.” Sanders’ father, former Gov. Mike Huckabee, tweeted his support, saying it was an act of “bigotry.” The Red Hen’s Facebook and Yelp pages were bombarded with reviews from people from both sides. While some praised the restaurant, many others said the owner was being “intolerant.” This comes after Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen bolted from a Washington, D.C. Mexican restaurant after protesters confronted her at her table -- with the blessing of the manager.
  • Police in Pittsburgh are searching for the driver of a dark sedan who drove through a crowd of protesters on Friday night.  Officials told WPXI no one was hurt.  This happened during the third straight night of protests related to the police shooting death of Antwon Rose, 17, who was killed during a traffic stop earlier in the week. >>Read: Protesters gather in Pittsburgh for third straight night The car plowed into the crowd near PNC Park, where fans were leaving a Pittsburgh Pirates baseball game. >>Read: LIVE UPDATES: Car drives through crowd of protesters at PNC Park One person at the scene Friday night tweeted, “Someone tried to drive through us, police responded in riot gear.” Allegheny County police officials said that Rose was a passenger in a vehicle stopped in East Pittsburgh Tuesday night, because it fit the description of a car seen fleeing the area of a shooting in the nearby borough of North Braddock.  As an officer handcuffed the driver of the car, which investigators said had bullet damage to the back window, Rose and a second passenger got out of the car and ran.  Rose, who police officials said was shot three times, was taken to a hospital where he was pronounced dead.  Police are now investigating reports that Rose may have fired a weapon during a drive-by shooting before his death, and he had gun powder residue on his hands. In a statement to WPXI, Coleman McDonough, Allegheny County Police superintendent, stated that those claims are “false.” “While ACPD does have a video showing the North Braddock incident, that video does NOT show Antwon Rose firing a gun. The information about gunshot residue is also false. Crime Lab reports are still pending and have not yet been issued,” McDonough said. The East Pittsburgh police officer who fatally shot Rose has been identified as Michael Rosfeld. >>Read: Officer was sworn in hours before killing unarmed teen, mayor says He was sworn into the department just hours before the shooting, but has worked for several police forces, including the University of Pittsburgh. No arrests have been made and investigations are ongoing.