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Man held victim captive for 2 days

An Eatonville man has been accused of kidnapping someone in downtown Orlando and them holding them captive for two days.
Media outlets report that 22-year-old Trevor Howell is accused of forcing a person into the backseat of a car Monday afternoon at the Lynx bus station in downtown Orlando.
An arrest report says Howell took the victim, whose gender hasn't been specified, to a hotel on International Drive and held them captive there for two days against the victim's will. The victim was eventually able to escape and find help.
The report says that when Orange County deputies arrived at the hotel, Howell refused to identify himself. Deputies were able to identify him using a fingerprint reader.
Howell has been charged with kidnapping and sexual battery. It's unclear if he has an attorney.

Jury finds former St. Lucie County teacher Dan Hussan, guilty on all 16 counts

Jury finds former St. Lucie County teacher Dan Hussan, guilty on all 16 counts of lewd behavior with former students.
If Hussan gets the maximum sentence he could be looking at a 240 year sentence. So the 70-year-old would live the rest of his life behind bars.
The former St. Lucie County teacher was found guilty on 16 counts that each come with a maximum 15 year sentence for committing sex acts against kids ranging in age from from 14 to 17 years old.
Most of the former students don't know each other, and they span about a decade of Hussan's teaching career.
Out of the eight girls that accused Hussan, two of them testified in court.
He denies the accusations.
Hussan's attorney says it is an attempt to get money from the former educator.
Sentencing is set for September 19th.

Boy, 5, drowns in neighbor's pool

Police say a 5-year-old boy drowned in a backyard swimming pool at a Jacksonville home.
Jacksonville Sheriff's Sgt. Chuck Ford says neighbors called the homeowner Wednesday afternoon after a child went missing. He was working nearby so he checked his backyard surveillance video on his cellphone and saw a child in the pool. He called 911 and rushed home.
The man pulled the boy from the pool and rescue workers rushed him to the hospital.
Ford says the child lived around the corner from the home with the pool. He said the yard is fully fenced in but because of rescuers coming and going it was difficult to tell whether the gate had been secured.
The child's parents were interviewed but his name wasn't released.

2 arrested for alleged extortion of social media star

Two South Florida residents have been arrested after police say they threatened to leak sexually explicit images of social media star "YesJulz" unless she paid them.
Media outlets report 28-year-old Hencha Voigt and 33-year-old Wesley Victor were arrested Friday on extortion charges.
Miami Beach police say Voigt and Victor contacted Julieanna Goddard, also known as "YesJulz," and claimed to have X-rated photos of her. Victor gave Goddard 24 hours to pay them $18,000, threatening to publish the pictures online if she didn't.
The two were arrested as they were waiting in a car on Miami Beach.
Police say Voigt has admitted to the crime.
Victor denies any involvement. His attorney, Keljka Bozanic, says there is no evidence linking Victor to the crime.
The New York Times recently named Goddard the "Queen of SnapChat," where she has more than 300,000 viewers.

$113,000 raised for 'Fun Home' benefit for Pulse victims

Organizers say a concert version of the show "Fun Home" held in Orlando last weekend with the Broadway cast raised more than $100,000 for the victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting.
Organizers of the benefit said earlier this week that the one-night concert in Orlando raised $113,000.
All nine of the show's Broadway cast, as well as creators Lisa Kron, Jeanine Tesori and Sam Gold, flew down from New York on Sunday to participate in the Orlando concert.
All of the proceeds were going to the Pulse victims and gay rights group Equality Florida.
Gunman Omar Mateen opened fire at the gay nightclub on June 12, killing 49 patrons and injuring 53 people. He was killed in a shootout with police.
The Broadway show closes in September.

SCUBA DIVER DROWNED IN POMPANO BEACH

Broward Sheriff’s Office homicide detectives are investigating the death of a scuba diver who died Tuesday night.
Just after 11 p.m. July 26, Regional Communications received a call about a possible drowning, and BSO deputies and Pompano Beach Fire Rescue responded. Douglas W. Jones, 52, was found in an unresponsive state on the beach at 1000 S. Ocean Blvd. in Pompano Beach. Homicide and crime scene detectives also responded.
Jones was transported to Holy Cross Hospital in Fort Lauderdale where he was pronounced deceased at 11:52 p.m.
BSO detectives don’t suspect foul play in the drowning. The investigation is ongoing.

SERIAL ARMED ROBBER ARRESTED

A joint task force arrested Eric Ginnie, 23, on July 22 for a series of robberies throughout the county. Ginnie is linked to two similar armed robberies in Fort Lauderdale. The investigation is ongoing.
Two men dressed in black entered the Family Dollar store at 2901 W. Oakland Park Blvd., held two employees at gunpoint and raided the store’s register. The same gunman robbed a Deerfield Beach restaurant two days earlier.
On July 11, surveillance video captured the two robbers entering the store just before closing on July 11. The unidentified men immediately approached the employees. One of them was armed with a gun. He told the clerk behind the registers, “Give me the keys and give me the money, or I’ll kill you.”
The store clerk complied and began to open the registers as the second robber walked around to the back of the counter to grab the cash. When the armed robber noticed a second employee was standing near the front of the store, he had the employee kneel by the registers.
The gunman is described as a male in his 20s, approximately 6’2” tall, weighing approximately 170 lbs. with a dark complexion and dark facial hair. He wore a black hooded zipper sweatshirt, black pants, red sneakers and a black backpack. He was armed with a semi-automatic handgun.
The second man, who seemed to be unarmed, is described as being approximately 5’9” tall, weighing approximately 130 lbs. and having a dark complexion. He wore a black hooded zipper sweatshirt, black pants and a mask to cover his face.
On July 8, the gunman, solo this time, was caught on security video when he robbed the Pizza Hut located at 1640 W. Hillsboro Blvd. in Deerfield Beach. In this instance, he pretended to pay for a pizza. Once the register was open, he pulled out a gun, reached over the counter and grabbed the cash. As he fled, he called out to the cashier, “Don’t look at me.”

VICTIM SHOOTS, KILLS SUSPECT DURING HOME INVASION ROBBERY

Detectives are investigating the death of an armed masked man who forced his way into a victim’s home several hours before dawn. The assailant died during their confrontation.
Witnesses saw a man, later identified as Gary Peterson, wearing black clothes and a mask and holding what appeared to be a firearm. Peterson was skulking around the home of Curtis Traylor, 33, near Fort Lauderdale.
Peterson tried to gain entry into the victim’s home. The two men began to argue. A struggle ensued and the subject eventually forced his way inside.
Once inside, the confrontation continued. Traylor retrieved a gun and fired off one shot toward the armed intruder. Peterson died at the scene.
Broward Sheriff’s Office homicide detectives are investigating the death. There are no charges pending at this time for Traylor.
The Broward Medical Examiner will determine cause of death.
Gary Peterson has an extensive criminal history for charges including robbery with a firearm, PVP possession, cocaine possession, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession with intent to sell, trespassing, battery, resisting arrest with violence, resisting arrest without violence and parole violation. He was recently released from prison on February 2016 for a June 2015 arrest.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Det. Bryan Tutler at 954-321-4281. If you wish to remain anonymous, contact Broward Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS (8477) or online at browardcrimestoppers.org. Anonymous tips that lead to an arrest are eligible for a reward of up to $3,000.

ONE CHILD DEAD, ONE CHILD SERIOUSLY INJURED

Just before 1:30 a.m., Broward Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to the scene of a homicide-suicide near the intersection of S.W. 8 Ave. and S.W. 1 St. in Dania Beach. Homicide detectives are investigating.
During the night, an argument erupted between Lashunda Bowers, 34, and Timothy Hollis, 32. The couple and their two young children, one-year-old Kalila Hollis and seven-year-old Timothy Hollis Jr., drove from their home to a neighborhood in Dania Beach where Hollis’ family lives.
Bowers left the car and went to his family’s home seeking aid. Hollis remained in the car with the two kids. Shots were fired, and Bowers and the family members ran to the car to find Timothy Jr. on the street with serious life-threatening injuries. On the sidewalk nearby they found Kalila and Hollis’ bodies.
Timothy Hollis Jr. was transported to Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital. The investigation is ongoing.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Det. James Hayes at 954-321-4231. If you wish to remain anonymous, contact Broward Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS (8477) or online at browardcrimestoppers.org. Anonymous tips that lead to an arrest are eligible for a reward of up to $3,000.

WOMAN FOUND DEAD IN OAKLAND PARK HOTEL

Homicide detectives are investigating the death of Jasmin Antee Nealy, 30, whose body was found Monday afternoon in an Oakland Park hotel.
At 3:30 p.m. Broward Sheriff’s Office Oakland Park deputies responded to the Days Inn at 1595 W. Oakland Park Blvd., in Oakland Park. In a room on the fifth floor, first responders discovered Nealy’s body. Her death has been classified a homicide.
Crime Scene Unit investigators processed the scene and gathered physical evidence left at the scene. Homicide detectives interviewed hotel guests in an effort to piece together the circumstances that lead to Nealy’s death.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Det. Zachary Scott at 954-321-4162. If you wish to remain anonymous, contact Broward Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS (8477) or online at browardcrimestoppers.org. Anonymous tips that lead to an arrest are eligible for a reward of up to $3,000.

DEPUTY CATCHES TWO JUVENILE BURGLARS IN THE ACT

Just after 2 a.m. this morning, Broward Sheriff’s Office Deputy Peter Sepot arrested two juveniles for burglarizing the Rent-A-Center at 11 S. Pompano Parkway in Pompano Beach.
The deputy had set up an overnight surveillance due to a series of burglaries and attempted business burglaries in the area. During the surveillance, Deputy Sepot observed the two burglars throw a rock through the business’ window. They entered the store a few moments later and came out with three laptops.
The burglars then fled towards the Collier City area. Additional deputies, K-9 and aviation responded and established a perimeter. The suspects were subsequently taken into custody. After an extensive search of the area, deputies located property that was removed from Rent-A-Center. The suspects later confessed to several other burglaries in the area.
The same two burglars are also responsible for the July 20 burglary of Star Nails at 2663 W. Atlantic Blvd. in Pompano Beach. During this burglary the juveniles, along with three as of yet unidentified suspects, used a rock to smash the front glass door. Once inside, they stole four televisions and hundreds of dollars in cash.

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