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Video reveals officer whipping teenager daughter for ‘disrespecting teacher’

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(Miami-Dade’s State Attorney’s Office). (Meredith)– Newly-released surveillance video footage reveals a police officer beating his 14-year-old daughter inside her school’s main office. Miami-Dade policemans Raymond Rosario told private investigators he struck the teen after she “disrespected her instructor” at Pinecrest Cove Preparatory Academy, according to an arrest report acquired by the Miami

Herald. The incident occurred on March 19 when an instructor called Rosario to tell him about his child’s behavior.

Monitoring video, released by the Miami-Dade’s State Lawyer’s Workplace, reveals Rosario slapping his daughter in the face, grabbing her by the hair and striking her twice on the legs with a belt.

Staff members did not step in at the time but eventually reported the occurrence to the Florida Department of Kid and Families.

Rosario ultimately gave up to authorities for child abuse without any great bodily damage on April 2.

The Miami-Dade Authorities Department also suspended him with pay pending an examination.

His next court hearing is set up for Tuesday.

Information from CNN, The Miami Herald contributed to this report.

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Video shows day care workers laughing at kid pinned under storage container

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title =”( Source: KCCI by means of CNN)” border =” 0 “src =” /wp-content/uploads/2018/05/16687725_G.png” width =” 180 “/ > (Source: KCCI by means of CNN). WEST DES MOINES, Iowa (KCCI/CNN)– Parents are outraged after a video appeared on social media, which appears to show a crying young child pinned under a storage container at a Des Moines-area day care while staff members laugh close by.

The female who shared the video on Snapchat said she utilized to work at Traditions Kid’s Center in West Des Moines, where the incident occurred. Worried moms and dads sent out the video to KCCI.

” All you can see is a tote being held down by one of the staff members. There’s a little girl, she turns up and you can see she’s weeping,” one parent stated. “If you understand the little lady’s under there sobbing, don’t laugh and hold it pull back.”

The video was shot a month back, but Kristen Netteland, who owns the daycare, informed KCCI she only found out about the occurrence today.

” When the video pertained to the attention of the director, both people were inquired about the circumstance,” Netteland composed in an e-mail to employees. “As a result of the investigation, neither people work for Traditions.”

Netteland stated the daycare is working with the Department of Person Services as the examination continues. She said the action of 2 day care workers does not represent the center.

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Cops launch video of intense crash that killed 6 in Scottsdale

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) –

A street camera tape-recorded an airplane predestined for the North Las Vegas Airport crashing and bursting into flames on a golf course, killing all six people on board.

In the video released by Scottsdale Police, the plane got in the leading right corner of the frame, transferred to the upper left corner of the frame, then dove to the ground, producing an intense flash, then a big rising ball of fire.

Scottsdale Airport cams had actually also caught the moments before the Piper PA-24-260 crashed.

The National Transport Safety Board released an air travel accident preliminary report last week, detailing the April 9 crash in Arizona. That monitoring video revealed the occupants, three females and 3 men, boarding the six-seat aircraft Monday night at 8:28, the report stated.

The Scottsdale Authorities Department recognized the victims as Helena Lagos , 22; Iris Carolina Rodriguez Garcia, 23; Mariah Sunlight Coogan, 23; Anand Kamlesh Patel, 28; Erik Valente, 32; and James Louis Pedroza, 28. Lagos, Valente and Pedroza were locals of Las Vegas, authorities verified.

RELATED: Mom begged daughter not to go on plane hours prior to she died in Arizona

Inning accordance with the report, two of the ladies boarded the airplane initially and beinged in the 2 rear seats and were followed by the third woman and a man who beinged in the middle seats. The student pilot inhabited the front left seat and the airline company transport pilot beinged in the front best seat.

The report did not define who was flying the airplane at the time of the crash.

Monitoring video from the west side of the runway showed the airplane leaving from runway 03. In the video, it appeared that the plane’s wings were rocking during and shortly after rotation, the report stated.

An extra traffic video camera located at the end of the departure runway recorded the aircraft performing a left turn. The report stated as the airplane’s turn advanced, the aircraft started to descend and its wings became almost vertical.

The cams forgot the airplane, however captured a fireball on video seconds later when the aircraft affected the ground at the TPC Scottsdale Champions Golf Course, which lies about one-fourth of a mile north of completion of the departure runway, the report said.

Investigators stated the primary cabin of the aircraft was mainly consumed by fire, the inboard section of the right wing became apart, the majority of the left wing was separated and most of the airplane was squashed.

The wreckage of the airplane was relocated to a secure facility for further examination. A complete in-depth investigative report of the crash can use up to 18 months to complete.

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Las Vegas Metro authorities release 1 October body video camera video

LAS VEGAS (FOX5/AP) –

Las Vegas City police released body electronic camera footage Wednesday from 2 officers who helped clear the space utilized by 1 October shooter Stephen Paddock

. Constable Joseph Lombardo announced during a press conference Tuesday that the department would begin to launch records related to the shooting on a routine “rolling” basis. A suit by media prompted the release of the videos.

The videos launched are from officer body video cameras of authorities showing up on the scene, making their method to the 32nd flooring of Mandalay Bay, where the shooter was found dead. Some video contains graphic material.27 minutes into the 3rd video from Sgt. Bitsko’s body camera” Hey. Do you people see anything

in here that would indicate 2 people?” “I see a man changing guns. Not reloading.

Switching weapons however not reloading. “After that they find Paddock’s notes+

Marilou Danley’s player card– Adam Herbets(@AdamHerbets) May 3, 2018 For at least the very first half hour, the video reveals Sgt. Joshua Bitsko and Officer David Newton working their way as much as the 32nd flooring. They methodically swept and cleared the 28th flooring, 29th floor, 30th floor, and 31st flooring. “I could not think it. I was actually in shock,”stated Brian Claypool, a 1 October survivor and lawyer representing victims.”I’m stating to myself the shooter, Paddock, is on the 32nd flooring! He remains in space 32-125, so why are the police officers on the 29th floor? Why are they on the 31st flooring? “The body cam videos do not consist of a time stamp, which

is irregular with previous body video camera videos launched in October. When requested for a description, a spokesperson for the department Officer Larry Hadfield stated City had”definitely no remark.””Seven months after the worst shooting in the history of the United States, and we

still do not have a precise credible timeline,” Claypool said.I sent this e-mail+attachment to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Cops Department today, however within a couple of

minutes I was informed that there would be “absolutely”no remark … which City believes it has provided everything that the claim and NV Supreme Court needs. pic.twitter.com/QF95vB5f6c!.?.!— Adam Herbets (@AdamHerbets) May 3, 2018 Attorneys for the police department stated late Tuesday that the first officer to get in the hotel room, Levi Hancock, didn’t activate his body cam. The disclosure raised concerns relating to whether officers followed department policy throughout the action to the mass shooting. Likewise, video from Officer Newton’s body camera cuts off previous to the team entering Paddock’s hotel room. Sgt. Bitsko was recording. As officers breach the second door within Paddock’s space,

the body cam got audio of an unintentional discharge by Officer O’Donnell.29 minutes into the 3rd video from Sgt. Bitsko’s body cam … another officer says “I didn’t keep in mind to turn my God damn camera on.”This might be SWAT Officer Levi Hancock or Officer David Newton. Or

someone else. Sgt. Bitsko replies,”Mine was on. It got everything.”– Adam Herbets(@AdamHerbets) May 3, 2018 Authorities said Paddock opened fire from a Mandalay Bay hotel room on the 32nd flooring on Oct. 1, killing 58 people and hurting numerous others at the Path 91 Harvest Celebration. 28 minutes into the 3rd video from Sgt. Bitsko’s body electronic camera.” I’m actually believing this was simply a one person thing.””What about all the other calls? Is that just people stressing?” # 1October– Adam Herbets( @AdamHerbets) May 3, 2018 RELATED: Additional records on the shooting investigation including 911 recordings, extra video, evidence logs, and interviews are anticipated to be launched in the coming weeks. Copyright 2018 KVVU(KVVU Broadcasting Corporation). All rights reserved. The Associated Press Contributed

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Will Ferrell dealt with after rollover freeway crash, video shows

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Image”/ > Joel Ryan/ Invision/ AP In this Feb. 4, 2016 file picture, actor Will Ferrell poses for photographers upon arrival at the premiere of the film “Zoolander No. 2” in London.

Friday, April 13, 2018|10:59 a.m.

ALISO VIEJO, Calif.– Video reveals that star Will Ferrell was treated by paramedics after sustaining small injuries from a rollover crash on a Los Angeles-area highway.

The video by OnScene.TV reveals the 50-year-old Ferrell sitting on the side of the highway talking with a firefighter shortly after the Thursday night crash. Another video by LA-OC. television reveals Ferrell talking on a cellular phone as he sits on a stretcher and firefighters pack him into an ambulance.

A California Highway Patrol report states a 2007 Toyota struck the best back of the limo SUV after veering into its lane on Interstate 5, causing it to lose control, hit the center divider and overturn.

Orange County Fire Authority Capt. Larry Kurtz states 3 males in a limousine-type SUV had small injuries, while a 27-year-old lady had vital injuries.

Ferrell’s manager did not immediately return phone and e-mail messages seeking comment.

Golden Knights announce free fan events prior to Video game 1 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs

The Vegas Golden Knights open the Stanley Cup Playoffs versus the L.A. Kings Wednesday, but fans won't need to buy a ticket to get in on the excitement.
 The Vegas Golden Knights open the Stanley Cup Playoffs versus the L.A. Kings Wednesday, however fans won't need to buy a ticket to get in on the excitement.

The Vegas Golden Knights open the Stanley Cup Playoffs versus the L.A. Kings Wednesday, however fans won’t have to buy a ticket to get in on the enjoyment. LAS VEGAS (FOX5)- The Vegas Golden Knights open the Stanley Cup Playoffs versus the L.A. Kings Wednesday, but fans will not need a ticket to obtain in on the excitement. At 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, the National Hockey League will host a complimentary

concert headlined by Grammy-nominated rapper Reasoning in Toshiba Plaza. No ticket will be needed to view the performance. The March to the Fortress begins at 5:45 p.m. outside New York-New York and concludes at about 6:00 p.m. at Toshiba Plaza.

Other activities and destinations prior to the video game start at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday at Toshiba Plaza including:

A barber shaving Vegas Golden Knights logosA tattoo artist tattooing free Vegas Golden Knights logo designs (up to a specific size) An airbrush artistFace and hair paintersCorn tossA shooting cageIce sculpturesA Topgolf interactive gameVegas Program Women taking images with a small ‘Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas’ sign

Stay with FOX5 for information on further celebrations!

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Family upset after video of scared young child goes viral

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However the girl’s household isn’t really delighted about it, declaring the daycare utilized their child’s fear for social media splendor.

” When we did see it (the video), it already had actually gone all over,” Mary Bryson-Robinson, the two-year-old girl’s grandmother, informed WKMG. “Any place you search the internet, my granddaughter is there.”

When Bryson-Robinson concerned get her granddaughter, the day care told her that the woman hesitated of the Easter Bunny, but didn’t enter into far more information than that. And as the viral video spread, the household had no idea it even existed. In reality, they stated they even signed paperwork declining authorization to personnel to video or take photographs of the little woman in any method.

When the family found the video, they didn’t find anything amusing about it. They said it does not portray an amusing toddler, however a scared lady with no one assisting her.

” My granddaughter looked scared. Her face changed,” Bryson-Robinson stated. “It was not the exact same child that I dropped off that day or the hold that I know.”

The day care said they are investigating the occurrence.

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2 arrested in fatal shooting inside SUV caught on video

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Two males have been apprehended in the deadly shooting of a man whose death was captured on video at an east valley apartment or condo last month, according to Metro Cops scheduling logs.

Matthew Johnson, 21, and Brandon Webb, 20, on Thursday were jailed on murder and robbery counts, prison logs show.

They’re implicated in the Feb. 19 slaying of Yaphette Johnson, a 24-year-old who was shot as he beinged in an older model Ford Expedition in 4600 block of Vegas Valley Drive, near Boulder Highway, police stated.

Officers found his body about 9:45 a.m. that day, about three hours after the shooting, cops said.

Monitoring images recorded the victim appearing at the complex about 10 minutes before a gunman is seen approaching the automobile and opening fire, authorities stated. It wasn’t instantly clear who police allege shot.

Further information on the arrests were not right away available.

Matthew Johnson and Webb are being held without bail at the Clark County Detention Center.

New Parkland school massacre monitoring video released

(CNN)– A video from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on the afternoon of the Valentine’s Day massacre shows previous school resource officer Scot Peterson reacting to the shots fired, however does not offer much in the way of detail.

Numerous media companies, including CNN, sued the Broward County Sheriff’s Office to acquire monitoring footage at the Parkland, Florida, high school where 17 individuals were shot and eliminated by a previous trainee, in hopes of offering answers about the authorities action.

Authorities formerly stated the video revealed that Peterson never ever went inside the building where the shooter was shooting at students and school personnel.

[Related: Fellow inmate of Nikolas Cruz states Parkland shooting suspect was ‘lost in his mind’]

Peterson was armed but stayed outside the building, authorities stated. The Broward Constable’s Workplace active shooter policy calls for deputies to interrupt a shooting and search for victims when there’s a ceasefire.

However the edited 27-minute video brightens bit.

It starts with Peterson, wearing his deputy’s uniform, standing in between two structures on school talking to another grownup, then appearing to speak into a radio handset on his shoulder. He walks off screen, and the video modifications to a long angle of a golf cart repeling. Another angle shows the golf cart moving down a corridor, prior to the shot switches again.

The last shot, which lasts about 26 minutes, reveals exactly what cops state is Peterson placed outside a building. Students, whose images are pixelated, walk into the frame and after that out of it.

[Related: Florida school shooting suspect remains quiet in court]

At different times over the next 26 minutes, people– seemingly police, as they are not pixelated like the children are– can be seen at the far corner of the building, behind a pillar in a corridor to the right of the frame and standing near the corridor from which the golf cart emerged.

About 22 minutes into the video, cops lights can be seen at the far corner of the building.

In the final seconds of the video, three figures who appear to be in uniform run from the golf cart passage and off the left side of the screen.

In a statement, the Broward Sheriff’s Office said it invited a Florida judge’s choice to release the video footage, but stated it was forbidden from going over any details until the investigation had actually concluded.

“The video promotes itself,” the declaration stated. “(Peterson’s) actions were enough to necessitate an internal affairs examination, as asked for by Sheriff Scott Israel on Feb. 21. After being suspended without pay, Peterson opted to resign and immediately retired rather than face possible termination.”

While he was outside the building, Peterson got on his radio and took a position where he could see the western entry, Broward County Constable Scott Israel said.

[Related: US trainees stage enormous walkout to protest weapon violence]

In a declaration through his lawyer after the shooting, Peterson had actually said he wasn’t sure where the shots were coming from. However in dispatch audio released recently, the school resource officer can be heard informing a dispatcher, “I think we have shots fired, possible shots fired, 1200 structure.”

Instantly after the shooting, responding officers rushed to the scene but seemed following commands from Peterson to close the road in front of the school and set up a border.

They likewise were running on delayed information. Security video footage from the school had in some way been rewound, and authorities were watching it on a 20-minute hold-up– leading them to believe the shooter was still in the building, when he was long gone.

However that incident “never ever put us in a circumstance where any kids’ lives remained in danger, any instructors lives remained in risk,” stated Coral Springs Police Chief Tony Pustizzi, whose officers reacted to the scene.

[Related: 20-year-old guy sues Penis’s for not offering him a rifle]

Some 911 calls and cops radio traffic audiotapes have actually been slowly made public.

In the previous week, the Broward Constable’s Workplace and the Coral Springs Cops Department launched calls illustrating the worry and panic of trainees and moms and dads on February 14.

Desperate moms and dads can be heard passing on information to 911 dispatchers after exchanging text or talking to their kids inside the school.

And first responders could be heard attempting unsuccessfully to communicate amongst themselves, due to equipment failures and other issues.

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