News Roundup July 12 2017
One of the largest icebergs ever recorded has broken off from an ice shelf in western Antarctica, researchers said Wednesday.
As warmer summertime temperatures approach, it’s important to remember that dogs are vulnerable to injuries and illnesses related to hot weather including heat stroke, sunburn, and foot pad burns. The most dangerous condition is heat stroke, which can cause organ failure, seizures, brain damage, hemorrhages, blindness, convulsions and even death.
The incident happened near the intersection of NASA Boulevard and Eddie Allen Road. Firefighters at the scene said the driver lost control in the rain and then plowed into the concrete pole.
A St Lucie County Corrections officer raped a 13 yo female twice. It was her fear that it would happen again that made her come forward. The young woman gave the police a very descriptive account of the ordeal. The Port St Lucie Police were able to go into the home and collect the necessary evidence. A DNA sample was obtained. It was a match to Wisben Sanon. The clothes had not been washed. The seminal fluid of Sanon was on the little girls clothing.
SLC AC & C URGING PET OWNERS TO BE CAREFUL OF PETS AND HEAT
St. Lucie County’s Animal Control staff is urging pet owners to be responsible during the hot summer months and be aware of current county ordinances.
St. Lucie County’s Animal Control Ordinance prohibits pet owners from keeping animals tethered outside during extreme weather conditions.
The FBI says that Ranger Sylvan Lacy has engaged in child pornography and has traded nearly 40,000 sexually explicit images of child pornography. The evidence was found on Lacy’s computer. A federal arrest warrant was issued for Lacy. He is charged with distribution and possession of child pornography
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