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Garden Grove Teen Accused of Killing His Mother Was Placed on House Arrest Prior to Fatal Stabbing: Report

Police responded to a Garden Grove home on May 3, 2017, in regard to a 13-year-old boy who allegedly stabbed a relative. “I wanted him in custody. During a search of the surrounding area, police found the boy at a shopping center about a half-mile away and took him into custody without incident, the release stated. A 13-year-old boy accused of fatally stabbing his mother in Garden Grove on Wednesday had been placed on house arrest by a judge earlier in the week, according to a report. He had threatened her, “but never hurt her, as far as I know,” Watson said. He has a temper and was volatile.”
On Wednesday, around 5:45 p.m., the teen allegedly stabbed Scheuer-Souzer several times in the stomach. He had been missing for three days before the family had issued a desperate and public plea on April 23 on the Facebook page of the victim, identified by police as 48-year-old Barbara Scheuer-Souzer. Garden Grove police investigate a fatal stabbing on May 3, 2017. “In my 25 years of doing this job, I haven’t handled a call where a child has killed a parent,” Garden Grove Lt. Scheuer-Souzer was taken to a hospital in critical condition and later died. “He is not violent but may be scared.”
The following day, he was located in Pomona, according to a separate post on Scheuer-Souzer’s page, which did not have any other details surrounding the circumstances under which he was located. Police are not identifying the teen because of his age. According to the post, which was shared more than 1,700 times, the child had autism. “I am beside myself and can’t even think straight. “I don’t know how all this happened,” Watson said. It was not immediately known whether the Orange County District Attorney’s Office would file charges in the case.  And while the relationship was strained at time, that didn’t stop Scheuer-Souzer from being a doting mother. “Usually, it’s the other way around. The grandmother told the Register the mother and son sometimes clashed over chores. (Credit: KTLA)
The teen, who was known to law enforcement, had run away twice in the weeks preceding the fatal incident, his grandmother told the Orange County Register on Thursday. “She would move mountains if it would help him.”
She described her grandson as a good student and high-functioning, someone who knew the difference between right and wrong. A motive for the stabbing has also not yet been released. People don’t think of kids having those types of thoughts of doing something so heinous.”
Officers searched the home, but could not find the son. Carl Whitney told the Register. The first time was around April 20 or 21. As she was dying, the victim identified the suspect to responding officers as her 13-year-old son, according to a Garden Grove Police Department news release. He had been without his medication all that time, and the family was concerned that the teen “may appear to be on drugs” because of that, the post stated. “I didn’t trust him to obey the law,” Watson told the Register. In a phone interview from her home in Salem, Oregon, Eleanor Watson said her grandson ran away from home again last week. “Everything she did, she did it for him,” Watson told the newspaper. This time, he was arrested by police after he triggered a burglary alarm when he entered a tented home that was set to be fumigated, Watson told the paper. This is my worst nightmare.”

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13-Year-Old Boy Accused of Fatally Stabbing His Mother in Garden Grove: Police
Woman in Critical Condition After Being Stabbed by 13-Year-Old Relative in Garden Grove: Police (Credit: KTLA)
He was booked into Juvenile Hall and placed under house arrest earlier this week, she said. By the time a neighbor found her, outside the family’s home in the 11000 block of Gilbert Street, she was covered in blood.

Mexican Drug Lord ‘El Chapo’ Guzman Plans to Keep Public Defenders, Paid for by U.S. Taxpayers

Outside court, she emerged in torrential rain, surrounded by bodyguards and family members, as reporters and photographers tried to question her. The eldest of Guzman’s 16 children, Rosa Guzman, made a statement in Spanish outside federal court. That means the feared drug baron, who once bragged he pumped more cocaine, heroin, methamphetamines and marijuana into the marketplace than anyone else in the world, will be defended on the dime of U.S. Please enable Javascript to watch this video

With his young wife waving from a courtroom bench, Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman told a judge in Brooklyn, New York, that he wants to keep the federal public defenders that have been representing him since January. “We will continue to fight for humane treatment for Mr. The lawyers had filed motions arguing that Guzman was having mental health issues because of his 23-hour-a-day confinement in a windowless cell. Emma Coronel, wearing a white pantsuit with black lace top, waved at Guzman when he entered the courtroom in handcuffs, dressed in a navy prison uniform. She didn’t say a word and kept walking in the rain until she reached a taxi on Tillary Street. “They treated him badly in Mexico.”

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-74.005941 He only leaves on weekdays to exercise, on his own, in a room with one treadmill and a bicycle. “I simply want to say thank you to the people who support my father,” she said. custody might have been represented by the same public defender’s office. Cogan ruled on Thursday that Guzman could start communicating with his wife Emma Coronel, 27, through pre-screened messages. Federal prosecutors tried arguing that Guzman’s current public defenders might have to recuse themselves from the case because potential witnesses now in U.S. District Court Judge Michael Cogan, through a translator. Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman appears in a mugshot released by prison officials following the drug kingpin’s 2016 arrest. “I am sad, because of what’s happening. Guzman,” his public defender Michele Gelernt told reporters outside court. The judge had denied Guzman’s request to enter the general prison population, citing his two high-profile escapes from high-security facilities in Mexico. We are all worried.”
Guzman said she has not spoken to her father, but added, “He saw me crying.”
“I want him to know I love him and I won’t abandon him. His trial for murder, drug trafficking and money laundering has been tentatively set for April 16, 2018. We are 16 siblings who are worried, as well as my grandmother and aunts. I would prefer he remain in the United States,” she said. 19, 2017. The attorneys complained to Cogan that if conditions continue as they are right now, they will have to hold up thousands of documents in front of the plexiglass window when planning legal strategy for their client’s trial. Cogan was going to have another magistrate visit the room at the jail where Guzman has been meeting with lawyers since January. “I would like to continue with my current attorneys, because I feel well with them,” the 60-year-old told U.S. Guzman remains in solitary confinement at Manhattan’s Metropolitan Correctional Center, unable to interact with anyone except his lawyers — and that’s through a plexiglass window. taxpayers. The drug lord has twin daughters with his second wife, who is 30 years younger than him, and has a father who was jailed in Mexico for drug trafficking on behalf of Guzman’s Sinaloa cartel. The lawyers said in March that Guzman started having “auditory hallucinations,” thinking there was music playing in his cell, even when the radio was turned off. Joaquin “El Chapo” Archivaldo Guzman Loera is shown with an NYPD official in a photo provided to CNN from a law enforcement source on Jan. The issue was worked out in court, and Guzman’s lawyers are remaining on the case.

White House Defends Pushing House Health Care Vote Before Analysis on Effects, Cost Is Completed

“Also, as I have stated in the past, I’m certainly not going to vote on a bill of this magnitude that hasn’t been fully scored by the Congressional Budget Office and whose estimated price tag is unknown,” he tweeted. The legislation has been altered since then, but the CBO will not release a new report before the House vote on the bill Thursday. “The CBO coverage numbers were, to say the least, disappointing,” Rep. “I think even if they were to score it, it is impossible to score a lot of the things that would go into this, because it has so many different factors that you simply can’t predict: what governors may do in their states, specific conditions that patients may have,” she said. U.S. “A bill — finalized yesterday, has not been scored, amendments not allowed, and 3 hours final debate — should be viewed with caution,” the South Carolina Republican tweeted. House of Representatives Narrowly Passes Republican Bill to Repeal, Replace Obamacare
House to Vote Thursday on Obamacare Repeal Bill; Republicans Confident it Will Pass
GOP Doesn’t Have the House Votes to Pass Attempt to Repeal, Replace Obamacare President Donald Trump reacts with Vice President Mike Pence after Republicans abruptly pulled their health care bill from the House floor, in the Oval Office of the White House on March 24, 2017. Michael Burgess told CNN’s Chris Cuomo Thursday on “New Day.” But, he added, “I disagree with the derivation of some of the numbers. “So even if it was to be scored, I think it would be impossible to predict how that might actually affect and impact.”
As originally introduced in March, the GOP health care replacement bill would leave 24 million fewer people insured by 2026 than under Obamacare, CBO said. “That’s why I was one of the hold outs in the first go around,” Rep. “It has been a truncated process. “The basic CBO score will still be in the ballpark,” Rep. 38.907192
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U.S. Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina, expressed concern about the process of the House vote. Mark Sanford told CNN. I don’t think they accurately predicted human behavior.”
Colorado Republican Mike Coffman said he remains a “no” because of not having a score and ongoing concerns about how the bill impacts those with pre-existing conditions. “So, every amendment added is a good move on policy grounds.”
The conservative congressman said he isn’t concerned about the optics of voting for a bill without having updated numbers on how many people it would impact. A Texas Republican who practiced medicine for 25 years is confident the bill won’t result in millions losing coverage due to less federal funding of Medicaid. Another South Carolina lawmaker said he wished Republicans would slow down the process and said he is “certainly” concerned about voting on a bill without having an updated CBO score. The White House Thursday defended the decision to vote on the health care bill without waiting for a new analysis from the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office. I think it’s not what a lot of us would have liked to have seen from a standpoint of a more robust debate, but we are where we are.”
But House Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows dismissed the argument that Republicans are moving to fast trying to replace President Barack Obama’s signature legislation. (Credit: Olivier Douliery-Pool/Getty Images)
The bill contains too many unknowns for the office to successfully predict its effects, Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said. “We believe the new CBO score will be a lot more attractive in terms of the number of people covered.”
A Virginia lawmaker and economist argued that the additional amendments aren’t going to dramatically change the CBO score and that the plan either expands coverage, lowers premiums or addresses pre-existing conditions. Sen. “If you can get up right now in real time and explain to the American voter, just say, ‘Hey, everything is going to move in a better direction’ with a straight face, and I can say that, then there’s no optic problem,” Brat said. Dave Brat told CNN. “We’ve had some individual analysis that looks at those amendments on what it would do to make sure we’re insuring more people,” the North Carolina Republican said.

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Celebrating May the 4th Be With You With Gap Star Wars Collection

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Fashion and Lifestyle Blogger, Mommy influencer and founder of TheStyleEditrix.com, Ashley Fultz joined us live with looks from the Gap X Star Wars Collection. The collection is available in stores and online at GAP. For more information on Ashley, check out her blog visit her website.

All 14 California Republican House Members Vote to Repeal Obamacare

After intense days of pressure from constituents and House leaders, all 14 California House Republican joined their colleagues Thursday to vote for a GOP roll back of the Affordable Care Act. There are 14 Republicans in the California delegation. It will now move on to the Senate, where it is expected to face multiple stumbling blocks. Here are all their votes:
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The act, which government estimates have said could lead to 24 million fewer Americans with health insurance and substantially affect both those on Medicaid and with employer provided insurance, passed the House 217-213. Related stories

White House Defends Pushing House Health Care Vote Before Analysis on Effects, Cost Is Completed
U.S. House Republican leaders insist the bill will still cover people with preexisting conditions such as asthma, pregnancy or cancer — conditions that were used by insurance companies to deny coverage prior to Obamacare, also known as the Affordable Care Act. The House did not wait for an official report from the Congressional Budget Office on how much the bill will cost or how it will affect Americans. But most healthcare experts and patient advocates dispute that. House of Representatives Narrowly Passes Republican Bill to Repeal, Replace Obamacare
House to Vote Thursday on Obamacare Repeal Bill; Republicans Confident it Will Pass Read the full story on LATimes.com. Seven of them are being targeted by Democrats in 2018. (Credit: Los Angeles Times)
More than half of the Golden State’s Republicans were among those members who were leery of the bill when it was changed to accommodate the far-right Freedom Caucus, including allowing states to scrap protections for people with preexisting conditions.

14 Students Injured, 1 Critically, After Las Vegas School Bus Collides With Car in Fatal Crash: Police

At least one person died and 16 children were hospitalized after a crash involving a school bus and another vehicle in northeast Las Vegas on Thursday, May 4, 2017. Hospital Chief Experience Officer Danita Cohen said the students range from 11 to 16. (Credit: KVVU)
“Parents who have children on this bus will be contacted personally by the school once it has been determined who was on the bus. pic.twitter.com/ZTCrbazJaD
— CCSD (@ClarkCountySch) May 4, 2017

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The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department called the crash a “fatal accident” but did not say whether the fatality was from the school bus or the other vehicle. We appreciate your cooperation and patience with this matter and parents are encouraged not to go to the scene so appropriate emergency services can be provided.”

The safety of our students is a big priority at CCSD. Thirteen of the wounded students had injuries not considered life-threatening, the University Medical Center of Southern Nevada said. At least one person died and 16 children were hospitalized after a crash involving a school bus and another vehicle in northeast Las Vegas on Thursday, May 4, 2017. The Clark County School District posted a message from Bailey Middle School’s principal on Twitter. As always, we want to keep you informed of important issues such as the bus accident.

Okla. Man Allegedly Killed Dog, Posted Graphic Photos to Facebook in Act of Revenge Against Cheating Wife

John Samuel Hise allegedly admitted to killing the dog to get back at his wife for sleeping with his brother, KTLA sister station KFOR in Oklahoma City reported, citing the Perry Police Department. That’s a sick, easy way out,” said Keith. Hise will be charged with cruelty to animals, possessing a firearm after a felony conviction and possessing a weapon while committing or attempting to commit a felony. “We made contact with him, he kind of said, yes his dog was sick, and he had to put it down. Please enable Javascript to watch this video

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-97.288098 Thomas later determined that was a lie; someone had saved the graphic Facebook post and reposted it again. Police Hise killed the dog because he was upset that his wife was having an affair with his brother, the station reported. Police heard about the photos but never saw them. Getting Hise to admit what he did took officers three days. He told officers he threw the dog’s body in a creek, which will be likely make it difficult to recover due to recent heavy rainfall in the region. Well, then he attacked the dog, and that’s an easy way out. And that was only thing we had at that time,” said Perry Police Chief Brian Thomas. It took investigators three days to get Hise to confess, according to KFOR. “We looked at the picture and at 8 o’clock this morning we had a briefing with the assistant chief and the officers, and went out and found the suspect, brought him in for questioning which he admitted to killing the animal,” said Thomas. “He knew if he would hurt that dog, he hurt his wife or ex-wife or so be it. Hise has been jailed for allegedly killing the dog and then posting pictures to his Facebook page with this chilling message: “What or who is next I (sic) on a role.”
Police heard about the photos but never saw them.

Florida Memorial University to Award Posthumous Bachelor’s Degree to Trayvon Martin

Zimmerman said he shot Martin in self-defense. “Trayvon had an obvious love of flying,” university spokeswoman April R. Martin took some aviation classes in high school. 25.917757
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Trayvon Martin’s Death Sparked a Movement That Lives on Five Years Later
George Zimmerman Says He Was Punched in Face After Talking About Trayvon Martin (Credit: Ken Stanford/CNN)
The slain Florida teenager — killed by George Zimmerman five years ago — will be awarded a posthumous bachelor’s degree in aeronautical science from Florida Memorial University. Zimmerman had called 911 to report a suspicious person in his neighborhood and later got into a fight with the 17-year-old. The shooting sparked protests nationwide for months. Trayvon Martin’s getting a college degree. Martin’s parents, Sabrina Fulton and Tracy Martin, will accept the degree on his behalf during the school’s spring commencement on May 13. On her Twitter page Fulton thanked the university for honoring her son. Zimmerman was acquitted of the crime in July 2013. The aeronautics degree is in “honor of the steps he took during his young life toward becoming a pilot,” the school said in a Facebook post. The slain Florida teenager — killed by George Zimmerman five years ago — will be awarded a posthumous bachelor’s degree in aeronautical science from Florida Memorial University. Fulton is an alumnus of the school, a historically black university in Miami Gardens, Florida. Martin was shot and killed in February 2012, by Zimmerman, a neighborhood watch captain in Sanford, Florida. Silver told CNN. Florida Memorial’s Department of Aviation and Safety has a designated Cessna pilot training center, and the school also houses the Trayvon Martin Foundation.

Man Fatally Shot in Colton: Police

to a report of a man down. An adult man was found suffering from a gunshot wound in his upper chest area, the Colton Police Department said in a released statement. No other information was released.  
 
 

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18-Year-Old Indiana Student Getting Her College Degree Weeks Before Even Finishing High School

She was in classes year round for three years — except for last summer when she opted for a faith-based trip to Nigeria. She often spent three to four hours a night doing homework. Her mantra, she told CNN, was: “Take advantage of any early college opportunity their school offers because it will be worth it in the end.”
Osborne attends 21st Century Charter School of Gary where every student is required to take college classes. And she just kept going and going. Raven Osborne, an 18-year-old from Gary, Indiana, started taking college courses at Purdue University since she was a freshman. She just might be the first person in Gary to graduate college before high school, said Kevin Teasley, the school principal. Raven Osborne will walk across the stage at her high school graduation on May 22. Osborne hasn’t thought much about the first thing she’ll do after graduation. Or, she says, she may start working to get her teaching license. 41.593370
-87.346427 “Every child is different, and I don’t want to pressure children, but I look forward to possibly mentoring the younger children at the school, ” she said. But she took it a a step further. That’s because the 18-year-old from Gary, Indiana, started taking college courses at Purdue University since she was a freshman. Come fall, Osborne has been hired by her high school as a reading interventionist. She may get some sleep. (Credit: Kevin Teasley)
But she’ll get her college degree Friday.

2 Dead in Suspected Murder-Suicide at North Lake College in Texas, Police Say

Ahmed and his classmates barricaded the door to their classroom, he said. POLICE ON SCENE (DCCCD Alerts)
— North Lake College (@northlakenow) May 3, 2017

#activeshooter at @northlakenow cops with assault rifles field hallways as we were evacuated pic.twitter.com/WE1jlhKjUd
— jliv (@jliv9) May 3, 2017

North lake college is under lock down! Police were called to the two-year community college before noon, and announced at 12:47 p.m. North Lake College is a community college that had more than 11,000 students in fall 2013, the most recent semester for which the school posted data on its website. Active shooter at Northlake College – avoid the area. pic.twitter.com/x8HKCT3XWR
— Cody Maverick (@LilPrivateJet) May 3, 2017

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-96.948894 It wasn’t immediately clear where the shots were fired. After police announced the suspect was dead, the school announced that the rest of the day’s classes were canceled. “We gathered the hardest materials in our possession to throw if something happens,” he said. No names were immediately released. “There appears to be no continuing threat but police will continue to search to make the campus safe,” police in Irving said on Twitter. As news of the gunfire spread, the college urged students and staff to lock themselves in rooms. Student Joseph Le told CNN he was in a campus building when he heard three shots and a male yell, “Leave her be!”
Le, who said he then took cover, said the shots sounded like they were fired inside the building. Another student, Haseeb Ahmed, was in class when he heard three gunshots, he said. Multiple police units on scene! (@IrvingPD) May 3, 2017

North Lake College-Intruder Lock-down. Go to nearest room and lock-down. CT that a victim and a suspect were dead. — Irving Police Dept. A shooter killed someone at Texas’ North Lake College before committing suicide Wednesday, police said — violence that students said started as classes in the Dallas-area school were underway in the late morning.

American Airlines Is Cutting More Legroom in Economy Class

These seats won’t be part of its new basic economy fares, which sell for less because fliers don’t get access to overhead bins, a seat assignment or frequent flier miles. The airline says it plans to add more seats on its coming Boeing 737 Max jetliners. To do that, it will shrink the distance between seats, also known as pitch, from 31 inches to 29 inches on three rows of the airplane, and down to 30-inches in the rest of its main economy cabin. airline industry has seen in decades,” said Harteveldt. The move signals a new step in the shrinking of U.S. As the big airlines match each other move for move, the risk is that 29 inches becomes the standard for flying economy in the United States. An American Airlines plane is shown being towed from its gate during festivities inaugurating nonstop service to Shanghai at LAX on April 5, 2011. The bathrooms on American’s 737 Max jets will also be smaller, one person familiar with the planning said. American has been a bellwether before for the airlines. airline cabins, and comes even as carriers are promising to improve overall customer service. Those seats are an industry minimum 28-inches apart. It has 100 on order. By comparison, economy class pitch on Delta Air Lines and United ranges between 30 and 31 inches, while JetBlue Airways, Southwest Airlines and Alaska Airlines have between 31 and 33 inches. Two of those three rows of 29-inch pitch will be in the back of the plane and a third farther forward. United declined to comment. Please enable Javascript to watch this video

Just when you thought your legroom in economy class couldn’t get tighter. United Airlines is considering a similar move, according to a person briefed on its evaluations. “There is no need to race to the bottom.”

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-97.330766 The tighter legroom may mean that some corporate travel agents who avoid ultra-low cost airlines will balk at American, said Henry Harteveldt, founder of the Atmosphere Research Group. (Credit: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)
American Airlines is planning to decrease the front-to-back space between some of its economy class seats by another two inches. The one advantage the big U.S. carriers still have over their lowest-fare rivals was a few more inches in economy. Airlines have enjoyed strong profits and low fuel fuel prices after a decade of consolidation. An American spokesman said the airline will add 40 Max jets to its fleet by the end of 2019. The airline also said it might make similar changes to its existing fleet of 737-800s after the Max arrives, but no decisions have been made. The airline said it is keeping its extra-legroom ‘Main Cabin Extra’ economy seats, as well as its 16 first class seats. airline to introduce bag fees in 2008. The new Max jets will have more than 170 seats, two sources said, compared to 160 on its existing 737-800s. carrier to offer legroom with a pitch that’s nearly on par with ultra-low cost carriers Spirit Airlines and Frontier Airlines. “This is one of the best economic environments the U.S. They’re adding seats now to help offset rising employee wages. Fliers will still pay regular economy fares for the 18 seats with two inches less leg room. For instance, it was the first big U.S. American isn’t the only big airline heading in this direction. These new single-aisle aircraft will go into use later this year and will primarily be flown on routes in North America. With the change, American will become the first large U.S.