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A Baltimore man is lucky to be alive after he was shot by the boyfriend of a woman he punched at a Baltimore County gas station.

The incident occurred at Exxon gas station near Honeygo Boulevard and the White Marsh Mall on Wednesday, July 29.

Witnesses say the gunman was trying to cut the line inside the gas station when the victim stepped out of the line and followed him out of the store.

Daijuan Jett was in the same line when he observed the confrontation outside the store.

"He was trying to cut in front of everyone in the line, and the victim, [who] was shot at -- he was telling the guy that was cutting in front of everyone to get behind everyone," Jett told WMAR2 News.

The victim followed the suspect out of the store to a silver car driven being driven by a woman.

"He opened the driver's door and let the man know... the guy that was in the car, the suspect, he grabbed a gun and just fired about five or six shots," said Jett.

Surveillance video from the Exxon station shows the victim open the car door and punch the female driver before he was shot by someone in the vehicle.

The victim was taken to a local hospital for treatment of multiple gunshot wounds. His condition is unknown.

The Baltimore County Department's Violent Crime Unit asks anyone who has information on the shooting to call 410-307-2020.
 

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Mayor Bill de Blasio is under fire from Black Lives Matter activists for not cleaning up the defaced Black Lives Matter logo in front of Trump Tower in Midtown Manhattan.

The NY Post reports New Yorkers are blaming the "pathetic" mayor for ignoring the paint-splattered mural on Fifth Avenue a week after a vandal was arrested.

Mark-David Hutt, 31, was arrested twice for pouring paint on the large yellow logo just after 5 p.m. on July 25, and again the next morning before 10 a.m.

Hutt was issued desk appearance tickets on both days. But the paint remains dried on the logo after one week.

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Guardian Angels founder Curtis Sliwa told The NY Post the mayor and City Hall don't seem to care about the logo now that the cameras are gone.

"It's been a full week and I asked the cops why the DOT hasn't repaired the BLM paint job," Sliwa told The Post. "They said City Hall doesn't seem to care any longer about this BLM logo. The mayor seems to have ADD on this matter, like he does most matters in NYC."

A police source told The Post that the BLM logo is no longer "the flavor of the month".

"That's what makes him a horrible mayor. Black Lives Matter isn't the flavor of the month anymore. Very short attention span, we know that already. It's just a waste of taxpayer dollars in the first place. You got between five and 15 cops sitting out there on overtime watching that stupid s--t and shootings are piling up. They're there to protect the mural, and obviously they're not doing a good job of that."

Matthew Martin, 30, called it "pretty disappointing" that the city hasn't cleaned up the logo, "considering this is probably the most notable Black Lives Matter mural in the country."

Martin said, "Leaving it like this for a week is pretty pathetic, honestly, and is a pretty good indicator of the kind of leader the mayor is."

A spokesman for de Blasio's office told The Post "inclement weather" on Friday was to blame for the delay in removing the paint and said the city Department of Transportation should be removing it on Monday.

The spokesman said the city's DOT "were doing some similar work out in Queens on Thursday."

Mayor de Blasio helped paint the movement's slogan on Fifth Avenue and on Jamaica Avenue near 150th Street in the Queens borough of NYC.

Both logos were vandalized by anti-BLM protesters.

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A Florida man is charged with killing a Burger King employee after the man's girlfriend complained that her fast food order was taking too long.

Kelvis Rodriguez-Tormes, 37, (left) was arrested for the murder of Desmond Joshua, 22, in the parking lot of a Burger King restaurant on east Colonial Drive in Orlando at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday.

Workers say the restaurant was very busy on Saturday, and there were long lines inside the restaurant and in the drive thru.

The Orange County Sheriff's Officer said a woman upset that her order was taking too long got out of her car yelling she was going to call "her man" to come back to the restaurant and handle the situation.

After the woman caused a scene, an employee refunded her $40 and asked her to leave, according to the affidavit.

The woman left in a black sedan and returned in a white truck driven by Rodriguez-Tormes, who confronted Joshua and demanded he fight him in the restaurant parking lot.

Rodriguez-Tormes put Joshua in a headlock and began choking him. The affidavit said a witness separated the two men, and Rodriguez-Tormes went to his truck to retrieve his firearm.

According to a witness, Rodriguez-Tormes told Joshua, "You got two seconds before I shoot you," and then shot him.

Rodriguez-Tormes got back in his truck and fled the scene. He later told police he dismantled the gun and discarded the pieces in a place "which cannot be located."

Joshua was taken to a nearby hospital, where he was pronounced dead, CLickOrlando.com reports.

Rodriguez-Tormes is charged with murder, destruction of evidence and weapons possession.

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A scorned orthodontist was charged with attempted murder after she stabbed her ex-fiancé's girlfriend in the neck then acted like a Good Samaritan.

Police say Dr. Alika Crew hid in the back of the victim's Jeep on the morning of July 28 in New Rochelle, New York.

The victim had spent the night with Crew's ex-fiancé, identified as Kurtz Howell. Crew and Howell lived in the same neighborhood.

When the victim started the car and drove off, Crew began stabbing her in the neck, the New York Post reported.

Crew then posed as a medic rendering aid to the 30-year-old victim when police arrived. The victim advised police that the woman rendering aid was in fact the person who stabbed her.

"It was also determined that the suspect's ex-fiancé is the current boyfriend of the victim," New Rochelle Capt. Cosmo Costa said.

The victim suffered a "deep puncture wound" on the left side of her neck from a razor blade, according to the Post. Her injuries required surgery.

The 41-year-old dentist is charged with felony attempted murder in the second degree.

Crew, who works out of dentist's office in Stamford, CT, is a resident of New Rochelle, NY. She is also affiliated with a dental practice in Jackson Heights, Queens, CBS2 reports.

The prominent dentist purchased a split-level townhouse in New Rochelle for $800,000 18 months ago, CBS2 reports.

Crew was arraigned in court on July 28. A judge set bail at $150,000. Her next court date is August 19.

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The community of Hephzibah, Georgia is mourning a mom and her twin sons who died in an apparent murder-suicide.

Richmond County deputies say Shaquia Philpot, 25, drove her car with her 10-month-old twin boys into the Mayor's Pond near the Augusta Regional Airport.

A fisherman spotted the submerged vehicle shortly after 5 p.m. on Friday and alerted authorities. Philpot and her children were pronounced dead at the scene, Crimeonline.com reports.

Evidence found at the scene points to a murder-suicide and not an accident, deputies say. The family lived about 10 miles from the pond.

Family members were in disbelief at the news that Philpot killed herself and her twins.

"When I found out it was her, I was stuck, and I didn't believe it," said Philpot's stepbrother, Darius Coleman. "To this day, I still don’t believe it."

Coleman said he talked to her three or four days ago, and she was in a good mood laughing and joking.

Family members say she was happy, loving and a wonderful mother to her children.

The bodies were sent to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation for autopsies. Authorities hope the autopsy results will shed light on why the tragedy happened.

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Police located a truck belonging to missing Georgia mom Leila Cavett, 20, in Hollywood, Florida on Wednesday evening.

Cavett, who has been missing since July 17, was not in the truck, according to Hollywood police who took over the missing person case from Miramar police.

She was reported missing by her family after her 2-year-old son, Kamdyn Cavett Arnold, was found wandering alone inside an apartment complex in Miramar, Fl. on Sunday morning. He was wearing only a soiled diaper and a t-shirt.

A neighbor, Lori Rodriguez, took the boy in and changed his diaper before calling 911.

Police collected surveillance video from a Walmart store in Hollywood, not far from where Kamdyn was found. A witness spotted Cavett and Kamdyn with a man at the Walmart on Sunday.

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"Miramar Police received information that Leila Cavett had recently traveled to Florida from Alabama, and that her last known location was possibly in the area of Hollywood Boulevard and US 441. Additionally, Miramar Police located Ms. Cavett's vehicle in Hollywood's jurisdiction," Hollywood police said in a statement.

A man who says he is Kamdyn's father, Daniel Lee West, told the Miami Herald he wants to take custody of his son. He has been in contact with the Florida Apartment of Children and Family Services.

"CPS [the Florida Department of Children and Families] is supposed to tell me what to do. I am coming there as soon as they do," West told the Herald.

CPS requested a DNA test from West to establish paternity. He said he was never in a relationship with Cavett, who was dating another man, Levi Arnold, at the time.

"We were never together; it was just a hookup. Our relationship was about Kamdyn only," said West, who is currently engaged to another woman.

Arnold's name is on the birth certificate, but he denied being Kamdyn's father. West said he gave Cavett money for Kamdyn, and he was supposed to see his son on Friday, July 24, but Cavett never answered her phone.

Kamdyn was reunited with his two aunts who traveled from Alabama to Miramar police headquarters on Wednesday, but he will remain in the care of a foster parent until a court hearing in August.

Cavett's grandmother is prepared for the worst because Cavett would never abandon her son.

"I think she been snatched up off the streets. She would have never left her baby, never," said Carol Ferdinand, Cavett's grandmother, from Nashville, Tennessee. "She's my granddaughter, I know her, she would never have left Kamdyn; that's not her character."

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A shocking video making the rounds on Instagram shows a neighborhood OG urging teenagers to jump another teen for allegedly filming a p0rn video.

The incident occurred at the Nickerson Gardens public housing apartment complex, located at 1590 East 114th Street in the Watts neighborhood of Los Angeles.

A man films himself encouraging teenagers to beat the teen who cowers on the ground in a fetal position to protect his head from the blows and kicks.

"You is not from the hood, n***a. You got a whole d**k in your mouth, blood. This is you, n***a," the man says while holding a cellphone that allegedly shows a video of the teen performing oral sex.

After the teens pummeled and kicked the young man, the OG ordered him to leave the hood.

The video, which was also posted on Worldstar Hip Hop, drew angry reactions from viewers.

"All of these men need to arrested... Black Lives suppose to matter huh? Disgraceful," wrote one Instagram user.

Another user wrote:

"To the pu$$y ass niggas who did this: I bet y'all won't run up in the White House with that same energy. I bet y'all won't keep that same energy with the cops killing black folks. I bet y'all won't keep that same energy for the racist ass white folks..."

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A former NFL Pro Bowl defensive tackle was convicted of raping his former babysitter, who is mentally disabled.

Dana Stubblefield, 49, was convicted Monday of rape by force, oral copulation by force and false imprisonment.

He was acquitted of raping a person incapable of giving consent, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

Jurors also convicted Stubblefield of using a gun during the assault.

Stubblefield allegedly lured the 31-year-old woman, who is developmentally disabled, to his home in 2015 under the pretense that he was interviewing for a potential babysitter.

The day before the interview, Stubblefield contacted the woman on a babysitting website and arranged the interview, prosecutors said.

The interview lasted about 20 minutes. The woman later received a text message from Stubblefield saying he wanted to pay her for her time for that day, and she went back to his house.

After raping her, Stubblefield gave the victim $80 and let her go. The woman immediately went to police and reported the rape.

Defense attorneys argued the woman consented to sex and there was no rape. Allen Sawyer, attorney for the defendant, said the incident was a "paid encounter for sex."

He said the defense team will file an appeal and seek a new trial.

Stubblefield was drafted by the 49ers in 1993 and was twice named NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 1993 and 1997.

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A Florida man who used COVID-relief funds from the federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) to purchase a Lamborghini has been arrested.

Authorities say David T. Hines, of Miami, Florida, fraudulently obtained $4 million in PPP funds and used part of those funds to purchase a $318,000 Lamborghini Huracan Evo sports car.

The feds seized the Lamborghini and $3.4 million from bank accounts at the time of his arrest.

Hines made his initial court appearance before U.S. Chief Magistrate Judge John J. O'Sullivan in the Southern District of Florida on Monday.

He was formally charged with one county of bank fraud, one count of making false statements to a financial institution and one count of engaging in transactions in unlawful proceeds.

The complaint alleges Hines applied for $13.5 million at Bank of America on behalf of his six moving companies. He claimed he had 70 employees with a monthly payroll of $4 million.

Applicants who are approved for PPP loans are required to deposit the funds into a separate bank account created specifically for the loan so the feds can see where the money is spent.

The loans are forgivable if the money is spent on mortgage, rent, and utilities and at least part of the loan is spent on payroll.

The complaint alleges that the bank approved three of the applications for $3.9 million and began depositing hundreds of thousands of dollars into Hines's bank account.

Hines allegedly transferred some of the funds to his savings account within days and wired $318,497 to Lamborghini Miami, a luxury car dealership on Biscayne Boulevard in North Miami Beach on May 18.

The Lamoborghini was jointly registered to Hines and his business, records show.

Bank records show Hines spent some of the cash to make purchases at luxury retailers, on jewelry, and on rooms at luxury resorts in Miami Beach.

The federal complaint further alleges that Hines did not use the money to make payroll payments that he claimed on his loan applications.

Hines' companies showed monthly revenue and expenses averaging about $200,000 - much less than the millions he claimed on the loan applications.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Michael Berger said scammers are able to exploit and defraud the Small Business Association (SBA) because the SBA doesn't bother to check any of the claims made on applications.

"In the ordinary course of providing the loan guaranty, neither the SBA nor any other government agency checked IRS records to confirm that the applicant had paid the payroll taxes represented in the PPP applications," says the criminal affidavit.

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The Sacramento Police Department released body cam footage that shows the tense standoff between officers and Jeremy Southern before he was shot and killed.

According to police, officers went to the upscale Crossings apartment complex near Sacramento State University on Tuesday afternoon to follow up on an earlier shooting there.

Police spotted Southern who matched the description of the shooter walking with a female acquaintance. When Southern spotted police, he ran toward the building.

Unable to gain entry to the apartment building through a locked door, Southern, 22, pulled a handgun and pointed it at police.

Despite repeated commands to drop the weapon, Southern continued to point the weapon at them. "I'm gonna die today!" he yelled at police while pacing in the courtyard.

Officers showed great restraint by attempting to deescalate the situation. At one point, they even waited for him to finish a phone call before commanding him to drop his weapon.

A police sniper arrived at the scene about 20 minutes later and fired an AR-15 rifle, striking Southern in the chest.

Despite a sucking wound in his chest, Southern tried to crawl toward his gun and was shot a second time.

Sacramento police and fire rescue tended to him and transported him to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead from suicide by cop.

Southern's sister, Ida Southern, said her brother was a good man. "He wanted a better life and I feel like life just kept taking away from him," she said.

"I'm just worried about my daughter because they were so close," Southern said.

"No, he was not completely innocent, but this was not what was supposed to happen to him," she said, adding that her brother grew up in a home with six foster siblings and may not have gotten the love and attention a child needs.

Ida Southern was planning on celebrating her brother’s 23rd birthday with him this Friday, according to KCRA. Instead, she will attend a vigil in his honor on Thursday night hosted by Black Lives Matter Sacramento.

"We're gonna be marching for another young black man that's been killed by Sac PD," said BLM Sacramento founder Tanya Faison.

Faison said Tuesday's shooting is another example where police should be held accountable.

"I think if he had a gun, that he should have been detained. They should have deescalated and he should have gotten his due process," Faison said. "There have been situations where Sac PD has been faced with gunfire and they have been able to deescalate and arrest somebody and given them their due process. The police do not play the judge, the jury. They don’t play the executioner. Their job is to deescalate and detain."

Ida Southern said she doesn't know if her brother had a gun that day.

"He was scared. For somebody who goes through as much as we went through, he was scared. He wouldn't have just had it out and about," she said. "If he really had a gun like they say he did, then of course he has some of the blame to share."

Court records show Jeremy Southern had a lengthy criminal record that included a domestic violence conviction. He served four years in prison for lewd and lascivious acts with a child under the age of 14.

"He wasn't this monster that everybody's trying to make him out to be," Ida said. "Not only did he grow up going through abuse, but as a young adult, he didn't have anybody that was able to help him either. I did everything I could, but it still wasn’t enough."

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Police in Miramar, Florida have identified the toddler who was found wandering barefoot in an apartment complex on Sunday.

On Monday evening, Miramar police confirmed that the abandoned boy is the son of a missing Georgia woman, 21-year-old Leila Cavett.

Cavett lives in Atlanta and works at a Dunkin' Donuts, according to her Facebook page.

"Detectives are actively searching for Leila Cavett, who may be the mother of the child found yesterday," Miramar police tweeted. "We are concerned for her safety and well-being," police said.

Cavett was last seen driving a mid-to-late 90s white Chevy 3500, with a red tailgate and a "Baby on Board" sign on the passenger window, according to police.

Ebony Williams, a resident of an apartment complex in Miramar, had just returned from the store when she spotted the toddler standing alone in a parking spot before 8 a.m.

"I heard him crying when I got out of the truck, but when I approached him he wasn't crying anymore," Williams said.

The barefoot boy was wearing nothing but a soiled diaper and t-shirt, she told WPLG-TV.

"He's very pleasant, very friendly. I asked him, 'Where's your mommy?' And he kind of just like pointed everywhere."

The mom-of-4 said the boy grabbed her two fingers when she held her hand out to him.

Williams approached neighbor Lori Rodriguez, a blonde Latina who has children who resemble the toddler.

Rodriguez took the boy in and changed his diaper. The two women continued searching the apartment complex for the boy's parents before calling 911.

"All of my friends, we are all still waiting for the Amber Alert to say that somebody was looking for this baby," Williams told WPLG. "It's heartbreaking because nobody is looking."

"Please help me find my sister my heart is breaking," Gina Lewis, who said she was Cavett's sister, wrote in a Facebook post Monday afternoon.

"I cannot breathe," she added.

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Lewis, who asked for donations to travel to Miramar on Monday, said she was certain that the curly haired tot in social media photos is her 2-year-old nephew, Kamdyn Cavett.

"That is my nephew, 100%," Lewis told 7News via FaceTime. She said she last saw her sister on July 17.
 

Lewis said she is relieved the boy is safe, but now she's worried about her sister, who doesn't have friends or family in Florida.

"She never mentioned to us about going anywhere. We're in the middle of a pandemic, so I don't understand why she would just go on vacation to Florida," Lewis said.

According to True Crime Society, Dannylee West, who claims to be Kamdyn's biological father, posted Facebook photos of himself with a toddler who looks like Kamdyn.

He took offense to Facebook users saying he was a deadbeat dad.

"I do know my son," he wrote. He added that he was supposed to see his son on Friday, July 24, but Leila never responded.

West, who is engaged to another woman, said he last spoke to Cavett on Friday, and he was waiting for child custody to call him back.

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According to Websleuths, another man, Levi Arnold, is named on Kamdyn's birth certificate as the biological father.

But Arnold denies fathering Kamdyn. He said he dated Leila when she was pregnant, but they broke up and he hasn't seen her in a year.

Cavett wasn't friends with her siblings on Facebook and none of them 'liked' any of her photos.

"Only the worst things possible are going through my mind because I know my sister, and she might do some crazy things sometimes," Lewis said.

"I definitely worry that she's in danger, sure. It would mean everything to find her and know that she's safe because this is just out of character. She would not leave Kamdyn in those conditions."

The woman who found Kamdyn wandering alone credits God with putting her in the right place to find him before anything bad happened to him.

"He could have gotten hit by a car... anything could have happened to him," she said. "I wanted vanilla coffee creamer at 7 in the morning — that's really how it happened. God's good. He knew what he was doing and he put me in the right spot. I am not a hero, not anything else. I'm just a mom."

Anyone with information on the case is asked to call Miramar Police at 954-602-4000.

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A Black Lives Matter protester was gunned down by a motorist at a demonstration in Austin, Texas on Saturday night.

Witnesses say Garrett Foster, 27, was killed after he reportedly pointed an AK-47 at a driver who was blocked by demonstrators in the roadway. The driver shot Foster with a handgun before he sped off.

Foster was pushing his fiancee Whitney Mitchell in a wheelchair in downtown Austin in the moments before he was shot. Mitchell, a quadruple amputee have dated since they were 17.

A grainy photo circulating on Twitter.com shows Foster with his AK-47 near the driver's side window of the vehicle. Whitney is not seen in the photo.

Austin police confirmed a 911 caller told the dispatcher he was just involved in a shooting after 10 p.m. on Saturday. The caller said he shot a man who approached his vehicle and pointed an assault rifle at him.

The caller was instructed to park his vehicle and an officer would be dispatched, according to Austin police.

Officers arrived and brought the caller to the homicide division where he was interviewed. His handgun and vehicle were secured as evidence.

Officers at the scene of the shooting spoke with witnesses and received several different versions of the incident.

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Police spoke with another individual who said he heard the first volley of gunshots and observed the vehicle speeding away.

The witness said he drew his handgun and fired at the fleeing vehicle. His handgun was also taken into evidence and he is cooperating with police.

Both individuals were released by police. Both men had valid carry/conceal licenses.

Cell phone video captured the sounds of the shooting. Gunfire from a semi-automatic rifle can be heard, then a brief pause followed by several shots from a small caliber weapon.

Reddit.com users identified the first shots as gunfire from a semi-automatic rifle similar to an AK-47.
 

A police officer is seen securing the Ak-47 in another cellphone video after the shooting.

Foster was interviewed moments before he was killed. He said he was licensed to carry a weapon and that he carried the AK-47 to protect himself. "They don't let us march in the streets anymore, so I've gotta practice some of our rights," Foster said in the video.

When asked if he planned to use the weapon, Foster said, "Nah… If I use it against the cops, I'm dead. I think all the people that hate us and want to say sh** to us are too big of pussies to stop and actually do anything about it."

Foster's mother, Sheila Foster, told ABC News her son and his fiancee were demonstrating in the street, when the driver, "got out of his car and started firing shots, and my son was shot three times."

An unidentified protester told a reporter, "A car drove up. We were taking the streets, and he shot Garrett. Garrett is the husband of Whitney, a quadriplegic in a wheelchair, and he is her caretaker and has been for like 10 years. They've been out here for ... all 50 days so far."

Other witnesses described a blue car "swerving" into the crowd of demonstrators. Some of the protesters pounded on the trunk of the car. No one mentioned Foster firing the AK-47 in the seconds before he was killed.

Foster's friends and family say he is a hero for protecting his girlfriend.

In a Facebook post, Foster appeared to approve of three federal officers suffering permanent blindness after BLM rioters pointed lasers at their eyes.

"They're cops it doesn't matter," he wrote.

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An Ohio man who kneeled on the neck of a crying 2-year-old baby boy in a viral photo was arrested and may be charged with child abuse.

Isaiah Jackson, 20, of Clark County, was arrested on a probation violation unrelated to the shocking incident.

Clark County officials are reviewing potential charges against Jackson, who is shown kneeling on a crying baby's neck in the photo.

The photo was a recreation of the image of former Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin, who is white, kneeling on the neck of George Floyd.

The baby boy's arms are being held by someone off camera. It is not clear if the person restraining the child will also be arrested.

investigators made contact with Jackson, the child's mother and the child immediately after the photo went viral with the caption "Blm now mf."

The baby was evaluated at a local hospital but he was unharmed. The mother, who is dating Jackson, was not aware of the photo having been taken, or its contents, until she was informed by other parties after the photo went viral, according to WHIO.

The mother and baby are Caucasian, Jackson is mixed-race.

The baby's grandmother posted screenshots of text messages er daughter exchanged with a friend that show her defending Jackson's actions.

"We are looking into this case; however, it is still an active investigation. At this point, we are actively looking into it and we are VERY early on into this investigation," Major Chris Clark added in an e-mailed statement.

Lt. Shultz said the county prosecutor's office will "provide a determination of the scope and breadth of the felony charges" Jackson is likely to face.

Facebook is suspending the accounts of users who post the photo for violating the community's standards on hate speech and nudity.

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A Wisconsin woman was arrested for taking the law into her own hands after she caught her ex-boyfriend with another woman.

Kelly S. Hayes, of Madison, is accused of smashing out the windows of a car owned by her ex-boyfriend, then pouring an accelerant inside the car and setting it on fire.

The arson incident happened on the South Side on Tuesday, police say. The crime of passion was caught on cellphone video and uploaded to Facebook.
 

Police and fire crews responded to an apartment complex on the 2000 block of Greenway Cross around 5 p.m. The car, a Chevy Impala, was already engulfed in flames by the time fire crews arrived to put out the blaze.

A witness told police that a woman armed with a baseball bat broke out the windows on the car before dousing the car with gas and setting it on fire.

Cell phone video shows a woman wearing a black hoodie, face mask and gloves setting the car on fire. A small explosion knocked the women to the ground before she grabbed a red gas can and ran off.

Another witness got the license plate number of the car the scorned woman drove off in. Police ran the license plate and linked it to Hayes, 34, who had a past relationship with the unidentified car owner, police say.

Hayes was arrested and charged with suspicion of arson and criminal damage to property. She showed no remorse for her crime in her smiling mugshot.

The car is a total loss, police said.

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The son of a federal judge was shot and killed when he answered a knock at the door of the family home in North Brunswick, New Jersey on Sunday afternoon, CBS News reports.

The judge's husband, a criminal defense attorney, was also shot but he is expected to survive.

The gunman, who was dressed as a FedEx delivery driver and wearing a face mask, fled the scene.

Law enforcement officials say U.S. District Judge Esther Salas, who is seated in Newark, was unharmed. Her son Daniel Anderl, 20, was shot and killed.

Salas' husband, Mark Anderl, a 63-year-old criminal defense attorney and former prosecutor, is listed in critical condition in an ICU.

Police sources told CBS New York Salas was in the basement of the home at the time of the shooting.

The FBI is working with U.S. Marshals and state and local authorities on the case.

Judge Salas was assigned a lawsuit filed by Deutsche Bank investors who claim the bank made misleading statements and didn't keep tabs on "high-risk" customers including convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

According to the Associated Press, Salas kept federal prosecutors from seeking the death penalty in 2017 against an alleged gang leader charged in several Newark slayings. She claimed his intellectual disability prevented him from being executed. Salas later sentenced him to 45 years in prison.

Salas is best known for presiding over the case of "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" star Teresa Giudice and her husband, Joe Giudice, who pleaded guilty to fraud charges in 2014.

Update: The gunman wanted in the death of a district judge's son has killed himself. Police say the gunman - a lawyer - was found deceased in his car in upstate New York.

The gunman shot and killed Salas' son Daniel, 20, when he answered a knock at the door of the family home in North Brunswick, New Jersey on Sunday. The gunman targeted Judge Esther Salas who presided over his case in the past. She was in the basement of the home during the shooting.