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Clauvino da Silva, 42,?was discovered unresponsive on Tuesday, officials said. Authorities said?da Silva, otherwise known as "Shorty,"?tried to break out of?the Gericinó prison in the western part of Rio de Janeiro on Saturday by swapping places with his daughter, who had visited him, according to the Associated Press. Police subsequently transferred da Silva to a maximum security prison and detained eight people suspected of trying to help him escape, including his daughter.
A Georgia teen was sentenced to life in prison for murder after strangling his sister in a fight when he changed the wifi password to knock others at home off the internet. Kevon Watkins, then 16, wanted to block anyone else from logging on at his family's Macon home so that it wouldn't slow down the service while he played video games. When his mother protested and it appeared he might hit her, Kevon's 20-year-old sister, Alexus, stepped in — and Kevon grabbed Alexus by the throat and put her in a chokehold that lasted an estimated 15 minutes, according to the prosecutor.
Eminem's daughter has inherited his love for live music. year-old Hailie Jade posted an Instagram this week from Lollapalooza, the massive music festival that takes over Chicago each summer. And while she enjoyed seeing Ariana Grande, Childish Gambino, The Strokes and other major names on the lineup, she's going to need some time to recover.
Barbara Pierce Bush Coyne certainly knows the way to her twin sister Jenna Bush Hager and her newborn nephew's heart: donuts and tacos! On Tuesday, just four days after Jenna, 37, welcomed her third child and first son, Henry “Hal” Harold, with husband Henry Hager, the Today show co-anchor opened up about some of the first moments of her baby's life on Instagram. In the sweet post, Jenna revealed that Barbara, also 37, was actually the first person to visit little Hal — and didn't show up to the hospital empty-handed either.
An Ohio state lawmaker who blamed mass shootings on legal marijuana, gay marriage and "drag queen advocates" is sticking by her comments despite calls for her resignation, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer. Candice Keller, a state representative from Middletown, Ohio, originally posted the comments to her personal Facebook page on Sunday. The post came just hours after a gunman opened fire at a bar in Dayton, Ohio, Sunday morning, killing nine people and leaving dozens more injured.
A man is facing an assault charge after Montana authorities say he threw a 13-year-old boy to the ground at a rodeo because the teenager didn't remove his hat when the national anthem was played. Court documents filed by Mineral County Attorney Ellen Donohue said the boy was flown to the hospital for a possible concussion and fractured skull. Curt James Brockway, 39, told a sheriff's deputy that he asked the boy to remove his hat out of respect for the national anthem playing before the start of the county rodeo on Saturday, Donohue wrote in the document describing the alleged attack.
WASHINGTON?– President Donald Trump's campaign and several top Republicans?on Tuesday slammed Rep. Joaquin Castro,?the twin brother and campaign chairman of 2020 presidential hopeful Julián Castro, after he posted a list of Texas Trump donors and their place of business. Joaquin Castro on Monday evening criticized Trump donors from San Antonio, his hometown and the district he represents, who donated the maximum amount of $2,000 to Trump. In his tweet, he included a screenshot of the names of 44 donors and their businesses.
A San Diego police sergeant who was arrested for allegedly soliciting a minor for sex was found dead from an apparent suicide inside his apartment Monday, police say. Authorities found the body of Sgt. Joseph Ruvido, 49, inside his Carmel Valley apartment at 4:24 p.m.?on Monday after he failed to show up in court for his 1:30 p.m. arraignment, San Diego Police Chief David Nisleit said at a press conference Monday night, NBC San Diego reports. A 21-year veteran of the force, Ruvido was arrested on July 26 and?charged with two felonies and a misdemeanor?after he allegedly set up a meeting with a minor — or a person he thought was a minor —?for sexual purposes and then followed through by coming to the arranged meeting, say police, the Los Angeles Times and the San Diego Union-Tribune report.
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Switzerland hasn't had a mass shooting in 18 years. The Swiss have strict rules for who can get a gun, and take firearm training very seriously. Switzerland hasn't had a mass shooting since 2001, when a man stormed the local parliament in Zug, killing 14 people and then himself.
But nobody seems to have contacted the authorities even after the news broke in July 2006 that Epstein was being charged in Florida with having sex with underage girls. The following year, Epstein was allowed to plead guilty to just one count of engaging a minor in prostitution. This unconscionable deal allowed him to serve just 13 months of nights and weekends in a private section of the Palm Beach County Jail.
Nancy Segula, who is in her late 70s, must instead attend mental health counseling and make alterations to her property to deter stray cats,?news station WOIO reports. “Even though I love cats, I don't want to have to get into any more trouble,” she said at Garfield Heights Municipal Court on Tuesday,?according to the outlet. Segula had previously been sentenced to 10 days for contempt of court charges for feeding stray and feral cats in her Garfield Heights neighborhood,?news station Fox 8 reported in late July.
Families of victims in El Paso Walmart massacre will not have to pay for funerals originally appeared on abcnews.go.com As the El Paso, Texas, community grapples with the massacre at a Walmart that took the lives of at least 22 people and families mourn the loss of their loved ones, one group has been working behind the scenes to make sure that the funerals for all the victims will be financially covered. "I kinda shed a couple tears yesterday as we were making arrangements for the funeral directors, getting them together, pulling them together. They agreed.
Community members rallied to help an Alabama woman who was shamed by her neighbor for neglecting to maintain her house after she revealed it was in disarray because she is caring for her son, who has cancer. Randa Ragland, who lives in Pinson, Ala. posted about a letter she received in a private Facebook group on Wednesday.
Kim Zolciak-Biermann is revealing how she keeps her marriage strong. “My ?? .. before we leave the beach we believe in releasing all negativity, worry, doubt and confusion,” the?Don't Be Tardy star said in the caption of the photo, which shows her in a white thong bikini as she and Kroy, 33, look out over some beautiful blue water at Turks and Caicos. The post came just a few days after Kim shared a photo of herself and Kroy sporting snorkel gear in a snap taken by their 17-year-old daughter?Ariana Biermann.
The FBI has opened an investigation into the Ohio mass shooting, citing the gunman's interest in violent ideology. The head of the FBI's Cincinnati field office says investigators will try to determine what ideologies influenced 24-year-old Connor Betts. Special Agent Todd Wickerham did not specifically say what the FBI was investigating, but said the agency is looking into who might have helped Betts, and why he chose the specific target of Dayton's Oregon entertainment district.
A Texas police chief has apologized for the actions of his officers after photos circulated widely on social media, showing two officers riding on horses while leading a handcuffed man down a street. The handcuffs were tied to a rope held by one of the officers (or, as a police statement puts it, “a line clipped to the handcuffs”). Chief Vernon L. Hale III of the Galveston police department said the officers “showed poor judgment,” but argued that they did not have any ill intentions.
A baby born weighing just 13 ounces last month in a Des Moines hospital has died. Though Jaden had gained a little more weight and had been in stable condition, his mother Elonn Smartt confirmed the news to the Des Moines Register. Doctors had described Jaden Wesley Morrow's birth as "remarkable."
Jessie J posted a new bikini photo to Instagram showing herself frolicking on the beach in the country of Georgia. Fans immediately started speculating that the handprint on Jessie's butt might be from boyfriend Channing Tatum. Jessie cleared up the confusion by amending her caption shortly after posting.
Back in early May, President Donald Trump blasted out a tweet one morning under the banner “great news for Ohio.” The great news? General Motors Co. was in talks with a company called Workhorse Group about forming a new affiliate that would buy -- and re-open -- the shuttered Chevrolet Cruze car plant in Lordstown. Now more than ever, Workhorse looks more like Lordstown's lottery ticket than a savior to be taken seriously.
EasyJet Airlines had to answer some unusual questions Tuesday after a photo of a woman sitting in a backless seat on one of their flights went viral on social media. The photo, shared by a Twitter user who claimed it was taken by his partner, showed the women seated near the aisle with the entire seatback missing. beats to have backless seats.this is flight 2021 Luton to Geneva.