Fatal High Street Fire Ruled Homicide Arson

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Very sad news this morning. The fatal fire that broke out on 99 High Street last week has been ruled as arson by investigators.

The victims Virginia Ortiz and her six-year-old son Willie Jr. died in the fire. Her three-year-old daughter Ameeyah later died at the hospital from injuries she sustained in the fire.

Their deaths have been ruled a homicide.

PLEASE if you have ANY information that will help police catch the person that did this, again, PLEASE let authorities know. The person that committed this heinous crime should not be allowed to walk among us. 

Anyone with information is asked to call 911 or CrimeStoppers at 423-9300.

Source: WHEC.com

Protester In Charlotte Shot Governor Declares State Of Emergency

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Photo: Getty Images

After demonstrator in Charlotte, North Carolina was shot critically injured durning protest Governor Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency in Charlotte. The protest came after the death of Keith Lamont Scott who was shot and killed by police.

Charlotte Police report four officers sustained injuries non-life threatening injuries during the demonstrations. The National Guard has been deployed.

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Breaking News: Rapper Shawty Lo Dies In Car Accident

shawtylo2BREAKING NEWS: It has been confirmed that Atlanta rapper Shawty Lo was killed this morning after a single car accident.

The accident happened in Fulton County on I-285 where a white Audi went over a guardrail and crashed into two trees bursting into flames. Shawty Lo whose real name is Carlos Walker was ejected from the vehicle and found dead at the scene. Police said there were two other people in the vehicle who are taken to the hospital with injuries.

No other details at this time.

Shawty Lo whose real name is Carlos Walker is survived by his 11 children.

 

RIP Shawty Lo

The Reason Why You Should Check Your Kids Phone

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This news story out of Penn Yan is the prime example of why you should be diligent in checking your child’s phone. Four minors ages 11, 13, 16, and 17  are facing sexting charges.

The charges came about after an investigation of several local young people exchanging nude photos through Facebook Messenger. Authorities seized multiple cell phones, computers, and digital media storage devices form the 16 year old boy.

From the exchange via FB the 13 year old boy is charged as a juvenile disseminating indecent material to a minor. The 17 year old girl also charged as an adult with endangering the welfare of a child. The 11 year old was charged as a juvenile with disseminating indecent material to a minor, and the 16 year old charged as an adult with five counts of second-degree disseminating indecent material to a minor.

If convicted these children will have to deal with these charges for the rest of their life. They may have to register as a sex offender which will definitely hinder future success limiting their career choices.

Parents and guardians even though you many not want to intrude on your kids privacy you might want to rethink that notion. I say it’s better to be safe than sorry and communicate to your child or children how important it is to let you know when or if they ever receive inappropriate photos or texts.

Source: 13WHAM.com

-Reign

Survivor: Millennials VS. Gen X

Millennial vs. Gen X?  Which generation will take it all… Millennials of course!!

If you’re looking for a reality show to get hooked on this fall…Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X is the show just for you. A reality show that brings together people of all different backgrounds and drops them on an island where they have to build shelters, find food, fight harsh weather conditions all while competing in tasks for luxury items, food, advantages in the game and most important SAFETY!
Watch the blood, sweat and tears of 20 individuals as they battle it out! 30 days, a 1 Million dollar prize, and the battle of generations! Who will out wit…who will out last…and who will out play the rest.

Team Gen X:
Brett LaBelle-The Police Sergeant, from Debham, MA
Lucy Huang – A Dietician, from Diamond Bar, CA
Ciandre “Cece”Taylor- The Insurance adjuster, from Buffalo, NY
David Wright – The Television writer, from Sherman Oaks, CA
Chris Hammons- The Trial Lawyer, from Moore, OK
Jessica Lewis-Assistant District Attorney, from Voorheesville, NY
Paul Wachter- A Boat Mechanic, from Sugarloaf Key, FL
Sunday Burquest- A Youth Pastor, from Otsego, MN
Ken McNickle- A Model, from Denver, CO
Rachel Ako- A Recruiting Director, from Los Angeles, CA

Team Millennials:
Adam Klein- The Homeless Shelter Manager, from San Francisco, CA
Hannah Shapiro- The Barista, from West Hollywood, CA
Jessica “Figgy” Figueroa- A Bartender, from Nashville, TN
Justin Starrett- The Real Estate Agent, from Fort Lauderdale, FL
Taylor Lee Stocker- The Snowboard Instructor, from Postfalls, ID
Mari Takahashi- Professional Gamer, from Los Angeles, CA
Will Wahl- A High School Student, from Long Valley, NJ
Michelle Schubert- A Missionary Recruiter, from Yakima, WA
Michaela Bradshaw- The Vacation Club Sales, from Fort Worth, TX
Zeke Smith- The Asset Manager, fro m Brooklyn, NY

Survivor: Millennials vs Gen X, Premieres Wednesday 8pm ET on CBS!Survivor: Millennials vs Gen X, Premieres Wednesday 8pm ET on CBS!