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If you owned a PlayStation 3, you have a month to claim a $65 refund

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It is because of a class action claim involving a security update. The original PlayStation 3 had the choice for an alternate os, however the slim variation of the console released later on removed that feature as part of a security update. This led to a class action suit which was settled in 2016. It enables owners of the initial PlayStation 3 to declare a $65 payment by sending a claim type.

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target =” _ blank” > here. To be eligible, you should have acquired the console from an “authorized merchant, provide your PlayStation username and the identification number of your system. The due date for sending a claim is April 15, so act fast!

Cops: 5-month-old child of apprehended Las Vegas couple weighed 5 pounds when he died


The five-month-old child of an arrested Las Vegas couple was just five pounds when he died late last month, cops stated.

Following an investigation into the infant’s death, Loreana Martinez, 24, and Anthony Oceja, 29, were charged with murder, overlook and animal abuse. When the child died, medical professionals at Daybreak Hospital stated the he had bones that were quickly protruded, including his rib cage, and his spine “looked like if it was about to poke from the skin.” No swellings were seen, however his gums were white, which doctors attributed to dehydration.

Police stated Martinez did not bring her child to appointments after Dec., where he was taped at about 8 pounds. She told private investigators repeatedly the child was breast fed approximately four times per day for about 45 minutes to an hour each time.

Martinez said the kid was fed several times the day he died, inning accordance with the arrest report, and was found unresponsive after she put him to sleep before dinner.

The infant was noticable dead on Feb. 25, weighing five pounds.

[RELATED: East Las Vegas parents detained for murder of malnourished baby]

Martinez told police she had post-partum depression, however stopped taking medication after a week. She denied drug or alcohol abuse and stated Oceja smoked cannabis periodically after the kids remained in bed.

Oceja informed police he does not discipline his kids and that as a victim of child abuse, he took it extremely seriously.

Private investigators at the home near the 5700 block of East Hacienda Avenue discovered 4 pet dogs, three of which were emaciated pit bulls. The pets’ ribs and spinal column were visible from a distance. The fourth canine, a terrier mix, remained in appropriate condition, cops said.

Oceja told cops he didn’t have cash to feed the pets sometimes. The canines were committed Clark County Animal Control.

Authorities stated the family did not have a history with Kid Protective Services.

The child’s name was not launched.

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Daddy detained for killing 10-month-old child in northwest Las Vegas

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180″/ > LAS VEGAS( FOX5)- A 31-year-old man was arrested Friday in Chicago for eliminating his 10-month-old child in northwest Las Vegas previously this week, inning accordance with Metro Authorities.

Eric Chu was arrested in Chicago “in connection to the murder.”

On Jan. 23, at about 4:51 p.m., LVMPD was called to the 9200 block of West Charleston Boulevard to respond to a 10-month-old child not breathing and a guy threatening medical staff. The child was taken to Summerlin Hospital with life threatening injuries “that seemed a result of battery,” City stated. The infant was later on taken to UMC.

The child died the next night. Authorities identified Chu as the suspect and determined he had actually run away Las Vegas. Metro’s Repeat Culprit Program determined Chu may have been headed to Chicago. United States Marshals discovered Chu in Chicago Friday and arrested him. He was waiting for extradition since Friday night.

The baby and cause of death were not recognized.

City said anybody with information about this case need to contact the LVMPD Abuse and Overlook Area by phone at 702-828-3364, or by email at [email protected]

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FOX5 Unique Report: 1 October – One Month Later


FOX5’s “1 October: One Month Later On” is a special news documentary that chronicles the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history and how our neighborhood ended up being more powerful afterward.

The documentary starts hours before the shooting on a stunning Sunday afternoon where fans attending the Route 91 Harvest Celebration believed they would simply be taking pleasure in a nation concert.

The joy rapidly turns to mayhem and tragedy as shots sound out and everyday people quickly become larger than life heroes.

Lastly, our story concludes with a look at how our community will move forward and how the 58 victims killed in the mass shooting will be kept in mind for several years to come.

[SLIDESHOW: Pictures of the 58 Victims]

VIEW the entire FOX5 “ 1 October: One Month Later” unique news documentary listed below:

WEB EXCLUSIVES: “1 October – One Month Later” Raw Interviews

Oliver Heigh, a daily person turned local hero, was included in our FOX5 special documentary “1 October– One Month Later On.” See listed below for more of Oliver’s stunning account of how he helped many people who were shot and hurt at the Route 91 Harvest Celebration, get to safety.

Las Vegas Metro Authorities Department Officer Paul Wojcik remembers getting the call verifying his dear pal and fellow officer Charleston Hartfield was killed in the 1 October shooting at the Path 91 Festival on the famous strip. Paul was featured in our FOX5 special documentary “1 October– One Month Later.” See more of his raw interview below.

Dr. Kevin Menes, emergency clinic doctor at Dawn Hospital in Las Vegas, was featured in our FOX5 unique documentary “1 October– One Month Later On.” In this raw web exclusive, Dr. Menes recounts how his typical Sunday graveyard shift, turned into an among the most chaotic scenes of fear and survival in his medical career.

RELATED STORIES: The Healing Continues #VegasStrong

The Las Vegas neighborhood showed assistance for a guy who lost his other half and the mom of their kids on 1 October FOX5’s Alyssa Deitsch shares how the neighborhood is assisting them cope (watch below).

Las Vegas shows assistance for guy who lost partner on 1 October

The people of Las Vegas share the story of the city and reveal exactly what it suggests to be #VegasStrong. FOX5’s Dave Hall catches their heartfelt response (watch listed below).

Las Vegans share exactly what it suggests to be #VegasStrong
ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Community Responds to 1 October.

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Judge in Las Vegas states 4-month trial expected in Bundy standoff


Steve Marcus Bundy household supporter Brand name Thornton blows a shofar outside the federal courthouse as jury choice starts for Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, two of his boys and co-defendant Ryan Payne, in downtown Las Vegas Monday, Oct. 30, 2017.

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Jury Selection Starts For Cliven Bundy Trial Introduce slideshow”A trial could take four months for Nevada rancher and

states’ rights figure Cliven Bundy, his 2 boys and another co-defendant accused of leading a self-styled militia to prevent federal representatives from removing Bundy cattle from public rangeland, a federal judge told potential jurors on Monday. Jury selection alone could take a number of days, Chief U.S. District Judge Gloria

Navarro informed 49 individuals during a very first day of questioning about their backgrounds, viewpoints and capability to impartially decide whether Bundy, boys Ryan and Ammon Bundy, and co-defendant Ryan Payne of Montana conspired to lead an armed uprising against the federal government. Similar-sized groups of prospective jurors are due for questioning through Thursday. “Although they are accused, they begin trial with a clean slate,”the judge stated of the accuseds. Court procedures began with security incredibly tight inside the federal court house in Las Vegas,

and in the courtroom where observers are banned from having electronic devices consisting of cellular phones. A little sidewalk demonstration outside echoed more robust demonstrations organized by Bundy backers during 2 previous trials. Those proceedings ended in April and August with district attorneys failing to gain complete convictions of six accuseds who had assault-style weapons

with them during an April 2014 standoff involving Bundy backers, protesters and federal agents near the Nevada town of Bunkerville. The fight came from Cliven Bundy’s refusal to pay grazing charges to a federal government that he preserves has no authority over public land, consisting of

exactly what is now Gold Butte National Monolith, where he states Bundy household cows have actually grazed given that the early 1900s. The assertions by the 71-year-old patriarch of a Mormon family with 14 kids and more than 50 grandchildren has roots in an almost half-century battle over public lands involving ranchers in

Nevada and the West, where the federal government controls huge expanses of land. The 4 offenders were conspicuous in Monday’s courtroom, sitting wearing red prison scrubs beside their lawyers– including one aiding Ryan Bundy, who is representing himself. Each accused has been in federal custody because his arrest in Oregon in early 2016, and each has actually opposed his pretrial confinement. Each informed Navarro when she asked on Monday that his decision not to wear civilian clothing was voluntary.” My clothing is my choice today,” Ryan Bundy said.” Yeah. I believe they look pretty good,”Ammon Bundy quipped. Numerous prospective jurors

, who were described in court by juror numbers rather of names, stated serving through the vacations to the end

of February would present a hardship for them, their families or their companies. One said she is a full-time student at UNLV, who

also works 30 hours a week to make ends satisfy. The jury that is eventually seated will hear a case about armed conflict in a city still reeling following the Oct. 1 Las Vegas Strip shooting by a man who authorities state fired assault-style weapons from windows of a high-rise gambling establishment hotel into an al fresco music celebration crowd, eliminating 58

people and hurting nearly 550 before likewise killing himself. The start of trial was delayed almost three weeks following the massacre. Ammon Bundy’s attorneys, Daniel Hill and Morgan Philpot, asked the judge on Monday for another hold-up. Philpot cited media reports that he stated make “a direct correlation in between this trial which event. “Authorities including the FBI and Las Vegas authorities have actually not disclosed if they have actually determined an intention for Strip shooter Stephen Paddock’s rampage. None has connected Paddock with Bundy. Bundy, his children and Payne each faces 15 felony charges consisting of conspiracy, assault and threats versus federal officers, guns counts, obstruction and extortion. Convictions on all charges might bring the possibility of more than 170 years in prison.

Las Vegas airport records another 4-million-passenger month


Steve Marcus An American Airlines guest jet removes from McCarran International Airport June 5, 2017.

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Las Vegas aviation authorities say the city’s airport is on track to break its year-end record as September marked the seventh consecutive month it logged more than 4 million guests.

Figures from the Clark County Department of Aviation reveal that the McCarran International Airport saw a more than 2 percent increase in guest volume last month as compared with September 2016.

More than 36 million individuals have flown in or out of the Las Vegas airport this year, putting it on speed to reach past the year-end record of nearly 48 million set in 2007.

In spite of the total boost last month, the airport’s top four scheduled carriers all skilled declines in between 2 percent and 3.5 percent as compared with the very same month last year.

FBI saves 3-month-old, 5-year-old sis in across the country sex trafficking crackdown

By Alaa Elassar, CNN

(CNN)– Two sisters, one 5 years of ages and the other 3 months old, were rescued in Denver by undercover agents throughout this year’s FBI-led sting operation versus sex traffickers, officials stated.

The supposed trafficker, a pal of the kids’s household, made a deal to offer them for sex for $600, the FBI said. The good friend communicated with an undercover representative, the FBI said in announcing details of Operation Cross Country XI.

While this alleged criminal offense alone is troubling, 82 other juveniles were saved during recently’s nationwide sweep. Some 120 individuals were arrested.

In spite of the arrest numbers, the work is far from over.

“Regrettably, the number of traffickers arrested– and the variety of kids recovered– strengthens why we have to continue to do this crucial work,” FBI Director Christopher Wray said in a statement.

For these young children, life might never return to the way it was in the past. Holly Gibbs, a child sex trafficking survivor and the patient care director of Dignity Health, stated, “Human trafficking is a worldwide public health crisis. What took place to these children is a tragedy, and they have a long journey ahead of them. But for the moment, I am glad that they are safe.”

Average age of victims is 15

On October 13, the second day of the operation, a minor was saved by the FBI in El Paso, Texas, when a 16-year-old female victim was advertised online for “home entertainment,” officials said.

The girl was accompanied by a 21-year-old female who provided an undercover agent sexual intercourse with both her and the minor victim for $200, officials stated. Inning accordance with the FBI report, the lady along with the driver, another woman, who took the minor and 21-year-old to the undercover officer’s area, were arrested.

Among the recuperated victims across the country was one from Russia. Local and state companies were involved in the operation, as were authorities as far as the Philippines and Thailand.

The typical age of the victims recovered from this year’s operation is 15, the FBI stated. Sellers tried to pimp them to outsiders from hotels, truck stops or online.

Often, sex trafficking can involve relative or household pals.

Bradley Myles, CEO of the Polaris Task, which launched a human trafficking hotline, says traffickers typically victimize those with injury in their childhood history. And, he stated, there often are issues down the roadway.

“There are ACEs, adverse youth experiences, and the more ACEs that somebody has the greater likelihood that they’ll experience other forms of injury and abuse in life,” stated Myles, who was not associated with the operation but said he hopes the children are provided the resources they have to one day recover.

Focusing on the victims

At an interview in Denver on Thursday, District Lawyer George Brauchler advised traffickers that undercover agents and job force officers are constantly hiding, be it behind electronic cameras, on the Web or in a gambling establishment, prepared to make another bust.

“To those out there who are viewing this who might get themselves at the opportunity to exploit kids or to take part in even the adult sex trade, this is a little a caution. … The people that you can’t see behind those video cameras, they are fins. They are fins in the water and they represent sharks who exist all the time.”

“And my recommendations to you is to avoid of those waters where the kids are, to avoid of those waters where exploited grownups are for sex, because they are out there and they will get you. And when they get you, my workplace will manage the rest.”

The FBI continues to work with companies and organization specializing in child protective services for the 84 saved children.

There are still thousands of kids secured shackles as chess pieces in a game of sex slavery, and without consistent efforts, Myles stated he doesn’t believe it will end

“We are seeing about approximately 23 cases a day. So we need that everyday drumbeat of a 24-hour action throughout the nation,” he stated. “Operation Cross Nation doesn’t occur every day. But these cases are breaking throughout our nation every day.”

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2-month-old young boy trampled to death by pet dog

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Michael James Obergas was carried to a Houston health center where he was noticable dead.

Inning accordance with cops, the young boy was left in his bed room when among the two household pet dogs went into the space and attacked the infant.

Both pet dogs will be euthanized and evaluated for diseases, including rabies.

It’s unclear what made the pet dog attack the baby.

The moms and dads were questioned by authorities, but no charges were filed.

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Missing lady stayed alive for month in wilderness consuming berries, mushrooms


A female determined to see her enjoyed ones again endured a painful experience for weeks in the woods of Bullock County. Her survival story is being called a miracle.

Lisa Theris, 25, of Louisville, had actually been missing out on for almost a month when she emerged from the wood line on Highway 82 over the weekend and was spotted bysomeone driving by. A huge search had actually been underway for Theris and covered numerous counties, with multiple firms involved in the examination.

Now, more stunning information are appearing about her survival strategies. She had no shelter, no shoes, no phone, no bag and was all by herself in thousands of acres of separated, thick forest. There were no roadways or homes anywhere around her in the extensive block of land.

Constable Raymond Rodgers stated Theris was identified on the side of the roadway around 2 p.m. Saturday by a lady owning down Highway 82 near the Bullock County and Barbour County line.

“A motorist from Florida was driving 82 east of Midway and saw something moving in the bushes. She returned and there was the young lady in the woody area. She called us and told us she had located the missing person,” the sheriff said. “Finally the young lady has actually been found and she’s alive. Thank God.”

Theris was treated at the local emergency clinic and reunited with her household, who rushed to Bullock County after getting the news that she was found.

The sheriff shed some light on how Lisa survived as she was exposed to brutal aspects day and night.

“She had been out lost in the woods,” he said. “She stated she was drinking water from a brook and eating berries and mushrooms.”

He also revealed that Lisa lost 50 pounds throughout the weeks she was on her own in the wilderness. Hungry and thirsty, officials stated it was really disorienting for her and she kept getting turned around. Search groups, geared up with dogs, covered a lot of ground trying to find her, but there were a lot of miles to cover in the thick woods.

Lisa informed authorities she was on the move, doing all she might to find an escape and get assistance. She lastly handled to make it to the highway on Saturday.

“The bugs had really been on her and she had a great deal of scratch marks. We didn’t ask her too many concerns. We wish to ensure her health readies so we got her on to the healthcare facility. We did not interrogate her at that time,” Sheriff Rodgers stated.

Theris was last seen in Midway before she went missing out on. Her family reported her missing on July 23.

Investigators state she was with 2 men who burglarized a searching camp in Midway on July 17-18. Lisa Theris did unknown they were going there to get into the lodge and steal things and didn’t wish to belong of it, authorities said. The 2 guys, Manley Davis and Randall Oswald, have actually given that been recorded and charged.

“She’s not acquainted with this location and apparently on the night she ran, she went into the woods in the evening and got lost. I simply thank God that she’s alive,” the constable said.

“It’s a relief to everybody. We put a great deal of male hours into this case to find her and this is a great result,” included Sgt. Chad Faulkner, lead investigator on the case. “Her will to live was strong, when you have a will to live and make it through. It’s a miracle.”

The examination into exactly what taken place is still ongoing and there are lots of questions surrounding the robbery, the 2 suspects and Lisa’s disappearance. Officials decreased to release other information at this point.

“We don’t have the overall information on whatever yet. We wished to make sure her health remained in the very best shape and in the days to come, we’ll get some responses,” Sgt. Faulkner stated. “She’s alive which’s all that matters at this moment. We can validate she remained in the location, but as far as that goes, we can’t validate anything else right now.”

Lisa Theris decreased to comment at her house in Louisville on Monday. Citizens in the town expressed their relief that she is back home and recovery from her frightening journey.

“I’m simply pleased she’s back and safe. That’s rough, being in the woods for a month. It might have been a lot worse. It’s excellent that she’s OK and back in your home,” stated James Starks.

Lisa’s sibling, Elizabeth, praised her resiliency.

“Words can not explain the happiness and relief we feel that she has been discovered and gone back to us,” Elizabeth Theris stated. “We are fortunate that she lives, she is so strong and has actually made it through so much. She is badly deteriorated, she is in pain, she is emaciated. There is not an inch of her that has actually not been affected.”

Loved ones are enjoying spending quality time with Lisa as she recuperates.

“She has some issues and has a great deal of recovery to get through but she is standing strong and filled with jokes as ever,” her bro, Will, stated. “The next couple of weeks will be rough, however she is handling it all like a trooper and our household will continue to do all we can to help. We are very happy for everybody’s ideas and prayers.”

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Father implicated of rubbing hot sauce, pepper into eyes of 2-month-old

Shawn FoltzShawn Foltz Shawn Foltz MOORHEAD, Minn. (AP)– A Moorhead guy is accused of rubbing hot sauce and cayenne pepper in the eyes of his 2-month-old daughter and keeping her from breathing until she turned blue.

Thirty-one-year-old Shawn Foltz is charged with overlook of a child, malicious penalty of a child and 2 counts of third-degree attack, all felonies.

KFGO radio reports that Foltz admitted to private investigators that while he was at work he considered methods to damage the toddler. Authorities state he also snapped her with a towel, burned her by spraying warm water in her face and threw fireworks at her.

Foltz apparently implicated the victim’s 3-year-old sibling of triggering the injuries by hitting her with a toy gun.

Foltz’s lawyer, Rex Tucker, could not be reached on Sunday.

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