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Squirrel attacks at least 3 at central Florida senior center

Several people have been injured after being attacked by a squirrel at a retirement community in Deltona.
The incident happened Thursday at Sterling Court Gracious Retirement Living.
A 911 caller told dispatchers that the squirrel had gotten into the building and was in the activity room, where it was jumping on people, biting them and scratching them.
The caller said at least three people were bitten.
During the more than three-minute 911 call, the animal was eventually tossed outside. An ambulance arrived to treat those who were injured.
WESH-TV reports that those hurt were "doing well" as of Thursday night.
It's unclear if the squirrel was captured.

DeLand women beat man, snatch baby from his arms

Two DeLand women are accused of beating a man and then snatching his 7-month-old child from his arms and fleeing.
Local news outlets report that police say 18-year-old Tykiera Thomas-Session and 18-year-old Drucilla Gordon were arrested Tuesday and charged with kidnapping and terrorizing and inflicting bodily harm on a victim.
An arrest report says 26-year-old Adam Mumm told police he was walking with baby when a van approached him and two women jumped out. Mumm says the pair began punching him before one of them snatched the baby. The women then drove off.
Police say Gordon wasn't a stranger to Mumm and is the child's aunt.
The baby's mother, who found the child at Gordon's house, says she didn't give Gordon permission to take the child from Mumm.

Body in van outside Wal-Mart may have been there a month

Police are investigating after a woman's body was found in a Wal-Mart parking lot inside a van that may have sat there unnoticed for several weeks.
Local news organizations report that authorities say the body was discovered by a worker Wednesday afternoon in a Dodge Grand Caravan at the West Melbourne store.
Police say the van was parked near the store's garden center and had a weathered, temporary tag, possibly from Wisconsin.
West Melbourne police spokesman Capt. Richard Cordeau says surveillance video shows a vehicle pull in over a month ago in the same general area.
The woman's identity has not been released. The medical examiner's office will determine if foul play or some other issue played a role in her death.

Arrest made in hit-and-run that killed woman, injured deputy

Authorities say they've arrested the driver who fatally struck a 33-year-old Tampa woman and seriously injured a sheriff's deputy.
On Thursday, Polk County sheriff's deputies charged 71-year-old Charlie Lewis with leaving the scene of a traffic crash causing death and leaving the scene of a crash causing serious injury.
Sheriff Grady Judd says an anonymous tip lead them to the suspect's vehicle.
Authorities said Jessica Enchautegui-Otero's car ran off the road and she was standing in a grass median early Saturday when Deputy Adam Pennell stopped to help.
A few minutes later a vehicle hit them. Enchautegui-Otero died and Pennell suffered a shattered pelvis, broken hip and other broken bones.
Judd says Lewis admitted to drinking that night and recalled hitting something, but didn't know what.

Millions being spent on ads in Florida legislative races

There may be a torrent of presidential ads flooding the airwaves in Florida, but millions are also being spent on state races.
Newly analyzed data shows that nearly $14.3 million has been spent this year to air more than 24,000 commercials targeting races for the Florida Senate. The total amount spent on broadcast television ads for Florida House races was slightly less than $1 million.
The biggest spender has been a Republican political committee that is helping GOP state senate candidates.
The Center for Public Integrity analyzed data about political advertising on broadcast television from Kantar Media/CMAG, a media tracking firm that monitors media markets around the country.
These figures cover ads aired this year and do not include ads for radio, online, direct mail or local cable TV ads.

An HIV-infected man who bit a Palm Beach County Sheriff's deputy last year has been sentenced to 364 days in jail.

27-year-old Jeffrey M. Switzer pleaded guilty last week to charges of battery on a law enforcement officer and resisting an officer with violence.
An arrest report said Switzer was intoxicated and became violent when deputies ordered him to leave Wellington's Coach House Banquet Hall in February 2015.
Deputies used a stun gun but weren't able to bring Switzer under control. He became engaged in a "violent struggle" with them, spitting at the deputies before biting Deputy Daniel Delia, who required five stitches to close the wound on his right forearm.
Delia says Switzer "spit out" a large chunk of skin during the attack.

Kids hurt after jumping out of fleeing vehicle

A driver is accused of ordering two children to jump out of her speeding vehicle as she fled an Indian River County sheriff's deputy.
The 12-year-old girl and 10-year-old boy were injured Monday night after falling out of the truck driven by 38-year-old Afina McCunn.
The deputy says he was conducting a traffic stop on McCunn when she sped away. An arrest affidavit shows the children fell out of the vehicle's passenger door when McCunn made a sharp turn.
The girl told the deputy that McCunn, who was her mother, told them "jump out and run."
McCunn was later arrested on child abuse, fleeing or eluding law enforcement, and driving with a suspended license charges. It's unclear if she has an attorney.

Toddler, 2, dies after found in "murky water" behind home

Deputies say a 2-year-old boy found in shallow water in Lake County has died.
Local news outlets report that the Lake County Sheriff's Office says the toddler was discovered Wednesday evening in "murky water" behind a home in Groveland.
A family friend performed CPR and the child was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
Deputies say they believe the boy drowned.
The investigation is ongoing.

Firefighter injured in fall from building during training

A Florida firefighter is recovering from injuries suffered when he fell out of a building during a training exercise.
Largo Fire Rescue officials tell local news outlets that he was rappelling from a second-story window Wednesday when his equipment failed. He fell about 14 feet and landed on his back.
Officials say he suffered a spinal fracture and will need three to six months to recover.
Chief Shelby Willis says the firefighter, whose name hasn't been released, was using equipment the city had recently purchased. The equipment includes a harness attached to a belay line that's staffed by another firefighter and a device that stops a fall if the belay line fails. He says both the line and the device failed.
The state fire marshal's office is investigating.

University official sought bribes to admit students

A former Florida A&M University official is being charged with bribery after he allegedly asked parents to give him money to help their children get admitted to the college.
State law-enforcement agents on Tuesday arrested Leman Junior Ulee. The 46-year-old man was charged with two counts of bribery and one count of official misconduct.
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement says Ulee was placed on administrative leave in April and fired by FAMU in August. The agency says FAMU asked state authorities to investigate.
Court records allege Ulee contacted the mothers of two students who unsuccessfully applied to FAMU and offered to admit them in exchange for a cash payment.
Ulee posted bond and has been released from jail. Court records do not show if he has hired an attorney.

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