The Orlando Sentinel reports that DNA tests run on George Zimmerman's gun grip excludes Trayvon Martin as the donor, meaning the teenager did not wrestle with the former neighborhood watchman for his gun as he claims.

Prosecutors released another batch of evidence this morning, the Orlando Sentinel is reporting.

Zimmerman, 28, is charged with 2nd degree murder in the shooting death of Martin in February. The teen was returning to his father's girlfriend's townhome in a gated subdivision near Orlando when he was confronted by Zimmerman, who was the self-appointed neighborhood watchman. Zimmerman is free on $1 million bond.

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    Once inside the store, Howard's accomplices jumped out and began picking up iPads that were sent flying when the car collided with display tables at the front of the store.

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    A Nashville drag queen who was convicted of felony theft in 2011 is suing for $20 million dollars after prison officials sent him to two women's prisons. Carla Brenner, who was born a man but dresses in women's clothing, claims he was sexually assaulted in the showers by female prisoners when they discovered he had male genitalia.

    "The big hair, the makeup, I am an entertainer -- a drag queen," said Brenner. "That basically means a man who enjoys dressing as a woman. It's not a woman. I have no intention on being a woman... never, ever have."

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    Rap legend Tupac Shakur died 16 years ago today from injuries he suffered in a hail of gunfire on the busy Las Vegas strip. To commemorate the anniversary of Shakur's death, writer Chuck Phillips launched a website today that will focus on the unsolved deaths of Tupac and the Notorious B.I.G.

    Beginning today, Philips will use Twitter to promote an exclusive 1,200 word news story, which will be published on his new site and released via Twitter, 140 characters at a time.
    According to a press release issued to media outlets, the first story will focus on Sean “Diddy” Combs and his relationship with late Harlem drug dealer Eric “Von Zip” Martin.

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    Keyshia Cole's stalker is expected to plead guilty of stalking and other charges in a hearing on Thursday, The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.

    Webster is charged with aggravated stalking and other offenses for a recent incident involving Cole, according to a news release by the Fulton County District Attorney’s office. He faces up to 13 years in prison if he pleads guilty as expected.

    In 2009, Cole considered putting her custom built 5 bedroom, 5 bath house on the market in 2009 after Webster followed her home one night. He was eventually caught with a large cache of weapons and convicted on a lesser charge.

    “I own a gun – a Glock… and I called the police and told them I’d kill him and that I prefer not to,” said Keyshia in a cover story for the June 2009 issue of KING magazine.

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    A man who lived his life as a woman was arrested and charged with depraved-heart murder after an illegal butt shots procedure he performed resulted in the death of an Atlanta woman.

    Morris Garner, 53, performed the illegal operation on Karima Gordon, 37, in March at his home in Jackson, Mississippi, the Associated Press reports.

    Garner was arrested and charged with depraved-heart murder on April 6, according to jail records. A depraved-heart murder, also known as depraved-indifference murder, is a legal term for a crime that demonstrates a "callous disregard for human life" and results in death. The charge carries a life sentence.

    Garner is not licensed to perform butt shots procedures, or any other medical procedure, said Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood during a news conference Tuesday.

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    A Dallas woman was stabbed to death by her boyfriend when she told him she was HIV positive after they had sex. Larry Dunn is being held on $500,000 bail in the Dallas County jail. Dunn, 38, told authorities they had only dated briefly when Bolden confessed she was HIV positive. According to police records, Dunn said Bolden told him not to worry because having HIV was "not that bad."

    Dunn told police he stabbed Bolden twice in the neck with a kitchen knife. Bolden's two young children found her bleeding to death on the bedroom floor. She was naked from the waist down.

    Dunn later told police, "She killed me, so I killed her.

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    A 21-year-old man who took his baby mama and their infant along on an armed robbery spree in Buckhead has been arrested, according to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

    Brandon Nicholas Lawson, 21, was taken into custody by the Bibb County police and is expected to be extradited to Atlanta where he will face armed robbery charges, Officer John Chafee with Atlanta police said in an emailed statement to the AJC.

    Lawson was arrested on unrelated charges of stealing an automobile and giving a false name, the AJC reports. Bibb County is about 75 miles southeast of Atlanta.

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    An arrest warrant has been issued for a man who took his baby mama and their infant along on an armed robbery spree in Buckhead, according to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

    A surveillance camera captured a man and a woman sitting with a baby stroller and smoking cigarettes at a table in front of Publix, across from Phipps Plaza, over the weekend.

    The video shows the woman occasionally reaching over to rock the stroller to soothe the baby. The couple is believed to have committed an armed robbery shortly afterwards.

    According to a police report obtained by the AJC, an elderly man was walking home from Publix when he saw a woman with a stroller and a crying baby. He was approached from behind by a man who put a gun to the back of his head and demanded his wallet and the PIN number to his ATM card.

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    Two LAPD officers are under investigation for using excessive force against a registered nurse during a routine traffic stop.

    The 2 officers pulled over Michelle Jordan, 34, of Sunland, on Aug. 21, for allegedly talking on her cell phone while driving in northeast Los Angeles, according to the NY Daily News.

    Jordan pulled into the parking lot of a Del Taco restaurant and the two officers pulled in behind her. Jordan's attorney admits she mouthed off at the officers when she got out of her car to confront them.

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