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I mean, Florida gonna Florida,,

Florida man took his son on paintball ‘drive by,’ police said. The boy, 10, ended up shot with a real gun.​

it was the 10-year-old’s idea, police later said: He’d asked his dad if he would take him on a “drive by shooting” with his paintball gun, and Williams, 26, allegedly said yes.
but as the paintballs peppered the crowd, at least one of the victims thought the gunshots were real. So the man pulled out his own gun and fired a single bullet at the van — wounding the young boy and sending him to the hospital.

 

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A 14-year-old girl is seriously hurt after she and a 12-year-old boy allegedly armed themselves with stolen guns and opened fire on Florida deputies, officials said.

The children, who reportedly ran away from a children’s group home hours earlier, allegedly broke into an empty house Tuesday night, which the homeowner said was stocked with an AK-47, a handgun, a shotgun and a large amount of ammunition, the Volusia County Sheriff's Office said.

Deputies surrounded the home and made announcements, trying to talk the kids into surrendering peacefully, according to the sheriff's office.

But the children started shooting, allegedly with the homeowner's guns, the sheriff's office said.

Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood said the children fired from multiple angles and the girl allegedly threatened to kill a sergeant............

 

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She did it again in TX after leaving a rehab facility... mental illness is no joke... I hope she get the help she needs...
 

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Amazingly not Florida
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Deputies are still searching for two women wanted for allegedly shoplifting from several stores while wearing “pajamas and animal onesies” in Stafford County, the sheriff’s office said.

The women are both wanted for shoplifting at a Walmart on Feb. 7, after a loss prevention employee reported them. They were featured in a Facebook post as the Stafford County Sheriff’s Office’s #WantedoftheWeek.

The deputy who arrived at the Walmart "located the two females and immediately suspected they were tied to several cases of shopliftings,” the post reads. “He was aware of security footage showing two females, matching their descriptions, wearing pajamas and animal onesies during multiple thefts.”

The suspects are Baltimore resident Katherine Ibarra, 32, who was wearing a polar bear onesie at the time of the theft and Ruther Glen resident Kristy Eura, 36, who was in a gray onesie, the sheriff's office said..............

 

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Deputies are still searching for two women wanted for allegedly shoplifting from several stores while wearing “pajamas and animal onesies” in Stafford County, the sheriff’s office said.

The women are both wanted for shoplifting at a Walmart on Feb. 7, after a loss prevention employee reported them. They were featured in a Facebook post as the Stafford County Sheriff’s Office’s #WantedoftheWeek.

The deputy who arrived at the Walmart "located the two females and immediately suspected they were tied to several cases of shopliftings,” the post reads. “He was aware of security footage showing two females, matching their descriptions, wearing pajamas and animal onesies during multiple thefts.”

The suspects are Baltimore resident Katherine Ibarra, 32, who was wearing a polar bear onesie at the time of the theft and Ruther Glen resident Kristy Eura, 36, who was in a gray onesie, the sheriff's office said..............

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