Colin Kaepernick

Miami-Dade police have concluded there is insufficient evidence to charge NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick with rape.

According to a memo obtained by The NY Post, Kaepernick’s female accuser ranted and raved hysterically about the devil the night police responded to a 911 call at a Miami hotel.

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Pittsburgh Cops Respond to 27 Urgent 911 Calls from the Same Residence

Pittsburgh police have a mystery on their hands. Over the last five weeks, cops have responded to 27 urgent 911 calls they say appear to be coming from inside the home of A.J. Richardson, a former candidate for the mayor of Pittsburgh.

Richardson insists the calls aren’t coming from his house, according to CBS affiliate KDKA2. By law the police can not ignore the 911 calls. A constant police presence outside the home at 3056 Bergman St. has become a normal occurrence to Richardson’s neighbors.

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Family attacked by hostile cat

An Oregon man was forced to barricade himself in his bedroom and call 911 after the family cat attacked his baby then turned on him.

“[The cat] trying to attack us — he’s very hostile. He’s at our door; he’s charging us,” Lee Palmer told the 911 dispatcher. “When I leave this room to let the police in, I’m going to have to fight this cat.”

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Brianna Hill

A Michigan woman is furious with her daughter’s school after the staff used ice cream sandwiches to treat the girl’s broken arm.

Shatia Hill says her 7-year-old daughter, Brianna, fell off the monkey bars at school and broke her arm. She said the school’s staff did not have ice to treat the swelling so they reached for whatever they had at hand — ice cream sandwiches.

“I have no idea why they thought that was acceptable,” Shatia told Fox 2’s Andrea Isom. “I mean, honestly, it was totally bad judgement on everybody in the school. When I call the school, they’re like, ‘Oh I wasn’t there.’ ‘Oh I wasn’t there.’ Everyone wants to throw each other under the bus instead of taking responsibility,” Shatia adds.

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