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    Four more people are in hospital in Florida having overdosed on fentanyl-laced cocaine. Two of the four went into cardiac arrest and were then given mouth-to-mouth by the other pair, who then also became exposed to fentanyl and had to be hospitalized.  Fire rescue crews found the men, aged between 26 and 39, in the Fort Lauderdale home that contained 'drug residue', on Sunday.  One man is still in hospital on a ventilator while the other three have been released.  A group of four men overdosed on fentanyl over the weekend. Pictured, law enforcement officials work the scene in the 1600 block of Southwest 40th Terrace near Fort Lauderdale on Sunday Four more spring breakers were hospitalized by fentanyl in Florida with three of them injured by giving mouth-to-mouth days after synthetic opioid sickened six West Point cadets NBC Privacy Policy Their hospitalizations come days after after six military cadets from West Point also overdosed from fentanyl while in the state celebrating spring break.  Several of them went into cardiac arrest and were taken to hospital.     Axel Giovany...
    UFC star Conor McGregor's £2million Dublin pub was last night attacked with 'two petrol bombs' as he was hosting a taste testing event inside.  Police are investigating after the property was targeted on Wednesday night, with two pipe bombs also reported to have been found at the scene.  McGregor, who is from Dublin, bought the Black Forge Inn pub, on Drimnagh Road in Crumlin in 2019.  Gardai are now appealing for witnesses to provide dashcam footage recorded in the area overnight.  A source told Dublin Live that two men on scooters were seen near the pub, which was closed at the time, before the alleged attempted bombing. They said: 'There was two people allegedly spotted on scooters who passed the establishment at the time and next thing they were being chased by two others who had come out of the property. 'McGregor had been holding a taste testing menu in the pub at the same time so the alleged attackers may have assumed he was inside.' The stylish bar features The Notorious, McGregor, heavily in its branding. Conor McGregor's pub was...
    Police have reportedly arrested three people over the deaths of model Christy Giles and her Mexican designer friend, while their families claim they were drugged against their will during a night out. Giles, 24, and Hilda Marcela Cabrales-Arzola, 26, went to a warehouse party in East Los Angeles in the early hours of November 13 and left with a group of men, going to an apartment near Beverley Hills with them. Around 12 hours later, their bodies were dumped at separate hospitals. Cabrales-Arzola was left in critical condition and was later declared brain dead. Interior designer Cabrales-Arzola was taken off life support on November 28, just one day before her 28th birthday. Now, LA model Giles's husband Jan Cilliers has claimed that three people were arrested in connection with the deaths, ABC7 reported. Police have reportedly arrested three people over the deaths of Christy Giles, 24, and Hilda Marcela Cabrales-Arzola, 26 (both pictured) MailOnline has contacted LAPD for comment.  The devastated families and friends of Giles and Cabrales-Arzola reportedly suspect foul play was involved in their deaths. Cabrales-Arzola's toxicology report found heroin was in...
    Related news Sources of the National Police have confirmed El Español De Alicante the arrest and subsequent release, pending the judicial summons, of the four young people who beat the owner of a bar in Gandía on Wednesday morning, who had reproached them for leaving his establishment without paying the bill. These same sources report that the arrests occurred after 4:30 p.m. this Monday when, after being summoned by the agents, whose identification had been possible thanks to the video of the attack recorded by a neighbor, They went voluntarily to the Gandía police stations. There they appeared with their respective lawyers to deal with the police statement which, it seems, the four of them performed. It involves four males with ages between 19 and 21 years; two of them are of Spanish nationality, one Colombian and one of Romanian origin. They face, in principle, a crime of injury, for which the criminal code establishes imprisonment from 3 months to 3 years or a fine from 6 to 12 months. Although the final result of the criminal...
    NEW LION Police from the municipality of Juárez, Nuevo León, rescued 141 migrants, including 63 minors, who were abandoned in the box of a trailer. According to the first reports, they received notification of a suspicious vehicle, abandoned at the intersection of Bernardo Reyes and Pedro Garza Ochoa, in the center of the town hall. At the time of proceeding to the review of the unit, they heard voices inside and detected the presence of the undocumented. Among the migrants were 78 adults, 17 adolescents, 14 to 17 years old, and 46 children, ranging in age from one to 13 years. When the uniformed men were rescuing the migrants, two men arrived at the site. One of them identified himself as the owner of the trailer. The two subjects, identified as José Gerardo “N”, 34 years old and Óscar Alejandro “N”, 22 years old, were detained. The undocumented are from Nicaragua, Honduras and El Salvador, which were transferred for a medical opinion. jcs
    (CNN)Two men were mourning the loss of their brother, who had been struck by a light-rail train, when they were also struck and killed by a train in North Carolina.Pablo Tiquiram Us, 29, and Jose Chilambalam Tiquiram Us, 20, were walking north on the train tracks in Charlotte near 8200 South Boulevard at 5:10 a.m. on Tuesday when they were hit and killed by a Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) Lynx train, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police (CMPD) said in a press release.Medics announced both men dead at the scene."They had been memorializing their brother on the one-week anniversary of his death, and they were conducting a memorial out by the site where he was killed," CMPD Sgt. Adam Jones said during a press conference Wednesday. "Unfortunately, the two brothers were also struck by a train while they were on foot and they both succumbed to their injuries pretty quickly."Their brother, Baltazar Tiquiram Us, 27, had been driving across East Hebron Street "when he was struck by the train and killed" on July 26, according to Jones. Read MoreVideo evidence confirmed the two...
    Cobb County Police say golf pro Gene Siller, 46, was shot in the head by an unidentified gunman at Pinetree Country Club in suburban Atlanta on Saturday after 'witnessing an active crime' unfolding The mystery surrounding the murder of a pro-golfer at a Georgia country club continues to deepen after police revealed the two other men who were also shot dead were out-of-state residents with no known ties to the area. Cobb County Police say golf pro Gene Siller, 46, was shot in the head by an unidentified gunman at Pinetree Country Club in suburban Atlanta on Saturday after 'witnessing an active crime' unfolding.   Siller, who was director of golf at the club and a married father-of-two, was not playing at the time but was walking towards the 10th hole after hearing that a white Ram 3500 pickup truck was being driven onto the course by the suspect.  Police believe Siller was shot dead after approaching the truck, which had become stuck in a sand trap. His body was found on the green close to the vehicle when police...
    A MS-13 gang member pleaded guilty in connection with the murders of two men, aged 17 and 23, who were lured to a New York park then ambushed and killed. Elmer Gutiérrez, 21, pleaded to second-degree murder and first-degree conspiracy during court hearing last Wednesday, according to acting Nassau County District Attorney Joyce Smith. He is slated to be sentence August 10.  While Gutiérrez could spend between a  minimum of 20 years to life behind bars, Smith suggested a 31-year prison term. Gutiérrez and four other defendants, including two teens, plotted to assassinate Ian Cruz, a 23-year-old a resident of the Queens neighborhood of Far Rockaway, because he had reportedly disrespected their gang. The Nassau County District Attorney said the gang members also had pictures which reportedly showed Cruz showing a lack of respect to the MS-13.   Elmer Gutiérrez, 21, appeared in court last Wednesday pleaded guilty to his role in the the December 2018 murders of two young male. He conspired - but was not present - for the December 15 assassination of 23-year-old Ian Cruz, who was lured to...
    An El Salvadorean gang member was among the migrants detained by the Border Patrol in the early hours of Wednesday, the agency said, as concerns remain about the number of people sneaking into the United States. The unnamed 28-year-old was described by the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) as 'a documented MS-13 gang member,' Fox News reported.  The gang was founded in Los Angeles in the 1980s, and then mixed with California prison gang culture and was exported to El Salvador. There are currently believed to be around 10,000 MS-13 members in the United States, out of 1.4 million known gang members in the country.  Donald Trump described the group, known for its savagery, as 'animals' and frequently referenced them when discussing migration.  The arrest of the MS-13 member comes days after the CBP issued a press release detailing the detention of two Yemenis on a terror watch list earlier this year, and will fuel Republican concern at the current influx. A group of almost 200 migrants was found by the Border Patrol in Texas on Tuesday morning A group...
    Two men and a woman have been rescued from a deserted island in the Bahamas after they were stranded for 33 days and survived on coconuts.    A helicopter crew with the US Coast Guard (USCG) conducted the Hollywood-worthy rescue on Tuesday.   The agency said officers spotted people waving flags during a routine air patrol of the waters around Anguilla Cay, an uninhabited Bahama Banks' island between Cuba and the Florida Keys.   The castaways, who have not been named publicly, were all Cuban nationals, USCG said.   The trio told rescuers that they ended up on the island about five weeks ago after their boat capsized in rough waters and they swam to shore.   Two men and a woman were rescued from a deserted island in the Bahamas on Tuesday after they were stranded for 33 days and survived on coconuts. The trio are seen on the shore before a helicopter crew picked them up in a photo released by the US Coast Guard One of the castaways, who officials said were Cuban nationals, is seen next to a pile...
    Cuernavaca, Mor.- State authorities confirmed that the alleged disappearance of two men is being investigated, last Saturday, January 16, after both were arrested in the Tabachines neighborhood by elements of the Morelos Police Coordinated Command, reported this afternoon the head of the State Security Commission (CES), José Antonio Ortíz Guarneros. Yesterday, relatives of the two men protested at the Yautepec headquarters, because they do not know the whereabouts of Luis Fernando Ogazon Ariza, 23, and Román Martínez García, 39, the latter is a gas businessman and the former is his assistant, of those who so far have not been located, neither in other commanderies nor in hospitals in the surrounding municipalities. “Since Saturday they were taken (dicit) by some policemen from here from the headquarters, they beat them, from there we do not know where they are, a policeman brought the truck here, without them, we are waiting to see where they took them, no They are neither in Cuernavaca nor in Cuautla (…) nobody knows anything, everyone covers themselves, there are videos and everything, the police say...
    A surveillance camera mounted on a building in the Rio de Janeiro city of Belford Roxo captured the horrifying moment a police officer opened fire on two men aboard a motorcycle, hours before their bodies were found dumped on a street Saturday morning. Military Police Private Jorge Custódio and Corporal Júlio Ferreira were arrested Sunday in connection with the murders of Jordan Natividade, 18, and Edson Arguinez Jr., 20.  The agents had lied in an incident report and said they did not shoot at the men. They claimed that they had released them from custody before the bodies were found.  The video showed the cops standing next to their patrol vehicle approximately 1:10am when Custódio used his rifle to shoot at the victims as they rode by. Natividade and Arguinez Jr. fell to the ground and Custódio is seen walking over and kicking Natividade in the head while Ferreira aims his rifle at them. A surveillance camera from a building in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, captures the moment Military Police members, Private Jorge Custódio (nearest agent pictured) and Corporal Júlio Ferreira, charge...
    A vehicle with 'QAnon' sticker is seen on November 6, 2020 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Asahi Shimbun via Getty Images Two men believed to be supporters of QAnon were arrested on firearms charges after parking a Hummer outside a Philadelphia ballot-counting center, authorities said. The truck was adorned with a QAnon sticker and a QAnon hat was visible through the windshield, pictures showed.  QAnon supporters and other far-right extremists have appeared at nationwide protests as they refuse to accept President-elect Joe Biden's projected win.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Two men were arrested and charged with carrying a firearm without a license and carrying a firearm on public streets after authorities discovered an SUV full of firearms outside a Philadelphia ballot-counting center Thursday. Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner said in a press release on Friday that the two men, Joshua Macias and Antonio Lamotta, had parked their Hummer outside the Philadelphia Convention Center, where election officials continued counting ballots in the days after the election. Numerous viral tweets showed the truck adorned with a QAnon sticker...
    It was the debate that was heard around the world. U.S. President Donald Trump and his opponent, the Democratic nominee for U.S. president, Joe Biden, faced off in a contentious presidential moderated by Fox News anchor Chris Wallace on Tuesday evening in Cleveland, Ohio. It was, even by recent standards, a politically rancorous affair where the two men traded insults that was described as chaotic by many U.S. pundits. In reaction to the 90-minute verbal tussle where the president spoke over Biden multiple times, and Biden closed his eyes on more than one occasion and took deep breaths to apparently maintain his cool, Sen. Mitt Romney (R., Utah) said: “It was not a Lincoln-Douglas debate, that’s for sure,” citing the debates of 1858 between Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas. Others were far less diplomatic than that. Rep. Tim Ryan (D., Ohio), who attended Tuesday night’s debate in person, described the raucous exchanges between the two men as “the worst 90 minutes of my adult life.” In the New Yorker magazine, Benjamin Wallace-Wells said the debate did not end well....
    Hundreds of protesters in Bend, Oregon clashed with ICE agents during a tense 10-hour standoff on Wednesday after they detained two undocumented immigrants in the sanctuary city.   Crowds of people gathered in the city's Old Mill district on Wednesday afternoon to block two unmarked white buses transporting two men who were taken into custody earlier that morning.  One of the men had been located at a gas station and the other had been pulled over in his car, immigration attorney Micaela Guthrie, who is working with the two detainees, told OPB. Both were described as 'long term residents' of Oregon.   Scroll down for video  Protesters clashes with federal agents during an hours-long standoff on Wednesday after they tried to block ICE officials from detaining two undocumented immigrants in Bend, Oregon Crowds of people gathered at the parking lot of Crane Shed Common on Wednesday afternoon to block two unmarked white buses transporting two men who had been arrested earlier that morning Protesters stood their ground for hours, demanding authorities release the detainees or provide an arrest warrant ...
    New York police have arrested two men who they say attacked multiple workers in a Manhattan Trader Joe's after they were told to wear masks in the store.  John Carrero and Alejandro Escobar, both 34, refused to leave the Trader Joe's on East 32nd Street on July 14, after entering the grocery store at around 8.50pm.  Several employees told authorities that they asked the duo to leave the store after they refused to wear masks, a NYPD spokeswoman said in a statement to DailyMail.com.  Police claim that the pair started their assault by pulling one of the employee's mask off their face.   Two men at an Manhattan Trader Joe's on East 34 are said to have attacked numerous employess Alejandro Escobar (pictured), 34, and John Carrero were both given a number of charges and are expected to appear in court on October 13 Carrero is then alleged to have hit a 22-year-old female employee in the head with a wooden paddle used by checkout staff.   Another member of staff had their hair pulled. Escobar is also said to have...
    The GBI arrested Christopher Pullen, 23, for the murder of 19-year-old Vanita Richardson and Truvenia Campell, 31 The Georgia Bureau of Investigations have charged three men for the May killing of two half-sisters whose bodies were found in a Georgia river in May with bags over their heads.  In a press release, the GBI announced the arrest of Christopher Pullen, 23, and gave additional charges to 28-year-old Desmond Brown and 36-year-old Devin Watts.  All three have been charged with felony murder for the deaths of 19-year-old Vanita Richardson and Truvenia Campell, 31.  They are all being held at the Floyd County Jail.   The two women were last seen alive on May 12. A work crew discovered their bodies beneath the East Rome Bypass bridge near the bank of the Etowah River the following morning.  Two maintenance workers came across the bodies at around 11am on May 13 while working in the area of the East Rome Bypass bridge and called 911, reportedly telling a dispatcher that the women had plastic bags over their heads and that their clothing was...
    Two men told Elmwood Park police they were robbed of cash, iPhones and sneakers after two women they’d recently met lured them to the spot. Both said they were waiting for the women when a silver sedan (no further description) pulled up next to them on Doremus Place around 1:30 a.m. Sunday, Police Chief Michael Foligno said. The pair, ages 25 and 29, told police that one of two men who got out of the sedan pointed a handgun at them. “At gunpoint the victims were robbed of a combined $1,300 in cash, 2 iPhones and Yeezy sneakers,” the chief said. The robbers also “removed the keys from the ignition and threw them into the bushes of a nearby house,” he said. The pair described one robber as thin, wearing all black clothing and a facemask, and the other as short, with a medium build, wearing a white sweatshirt blue jeans and red and blue sneakers. Their fleeing sedan was last seen heading east on Doremus Place towards Mola Boulevard, Foligno said. Any witnesses or those with surveillance images,...
    Authorities in Iran have arrested three men for reportedly attempting to sell babies online using Instagram. According to CNN, two of the babies — one 20 days old and the other 2 months old — have been rescued, but a third identified baby is still missing. News reports initially indicated that only two babies were involved in the online infant-selling scheme. Tehran Police Chief Hossein Rahimi reportedly said that two of the babies had already been bought for the equivalent of $1,100 and $2,300, and were being resold for between $9,490 and $11,800. The police chief added that the arrested individuals were attempting to turn a profit by buying babies from "poor families" for lower prices and advertising them for more online. According to Agence France-Press, police first learned about the scheme after being alerted about "ads on Instagram for selling babies." After investigating, the police discovered 10-15 accounts on the photo-sharing platform. According to CNN, a spokesperson for Facebook, which owns Instagram, said the company was investigating. "We do not allow content or behavior...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City Cops are looking for a group of suspects who attacked two people in Brooklyn last week. According to police, at 2:10 a.m. on June 21, two men, aged 45 and 41 years old, were outside of a residence on Hancock Street near Wilson Avenue when they were approached by six unknown individuals, who asked them for a beer. The suspects then proceeded to assault the victims, hitting the 45-year-old victim in the head with a metal chair and hitting the 41-year-old man with a metal rod. The suspects then fled the scene in an unknown direction. The victims were taken to NYC Health & Hospitals/Kings County in stable condition for non-life-threatening injuries. On June 25, the NYPD released photos and video of the suspects: https://www.amny.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/1955-20-83-Pct-Assault-6-21-20-Video.mp4 Anyone with information in regard to the identity of any of the males is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). The public can also submit their...
    Police in Oregon have arrested two Alabama men suspected of shooting dead seven people in a dispute about a self-made club named the Seven Deadly Sins. Frederic Rogers, 22, and John Legg, 19, believed to have gunned down Tammy England Muzzey, 45, Emily Brooke Payne, 21, Roger Lee Jones Jr., 19, Jeramy Wade Roberts, 31, William Zane Hodgin, 18, James Wayne Benford, 22 and 17-year-old Dakota Green. Cops believe the men then tried to burn down a residence on the 500 block of Talucah Road in Valhermoso Springs, Alabama around 11.30pm on June 4 with the dead bodies still inside. One of the two 911 callers who reported hearing gunfire said they heard it intermittently for an hour. Murder suspects Frederic Rogers (left), 22, and John Legg (right), 19, were arrested Sunday on suspicion of shooting dead seven people at a home in Alabama on June 4 Deputies with the Marion County Sheriff's Office observed the suspects and initiated a traffic stop on a Silver/Grey Dodge Charger with Alabama license plate in Stayton, Oregon at 12.30pm on...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Two men were shot and critically injured late Monday afternoon in the Roseland community. The shooting happened at 5:28 p.m. in the 100 block of West 95th Street, police said. Two men were on the sidewalk when a vehicle pulled off and someone inside fired shots. The men were both 19, and were shot an unknown number of times. They were both taken to OSF Little Company of Mary Hospital Medical Center in Evergreen Park in critical condition. No one was in custody Monday evening, and Area Two detectives were investigating.
    Two men have been arrested on suspicion of killing seven people in a shooting on June 5, police in Morgan County, Alabama said Monday. The killing took place in northern Alabama, but the two men were located in Oregon, Sheriff Ron Puckett said. Police say that they believe the men knew their victims because they were in a club called "Seven Deadly Sins" together and were looking to "do away" with the club. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Police in Morgan County, Alabama, responded to reports of gunfire at a house in northern Alabama on June 5. Officers reportedly found the house in flames and identified the bodies of seven victims who ranged in age from 17 to 45. A little over two weeks later, authorities say they have tracked the two men who they believe carried out the mass shooting to a residence in Oregon, where they arrested them. "The suspected killers knew their victims and we believe they were in a club together," Morgan County Sheriff Ron Puckett said at a press conference Monday. "The...
    Two girls were wounded by gun shots and a boy was beaten by a group of assassins who barged into a home searching for a man in central Mexico. The disturbing incident occurred at approximately at 4am local time Wednesday when several sicarios arrived aboard two trucks and opened fire at the home in the San Luis Potosí neighborhood of División del Tercera Sección. The girls, ages 9 and 11, were grazed by the bullets that ricocheted inside the house. The nine-year-old girl was hospitalized and listed in critical condition, according to the San Luis Potosí state prosecutor's office. Armed men broke into a home in San Luis Potosí, Mexico, in the early hours Wednesday to look for a man named 'Cesar' and in the process beat a boy (left) and wounded two girls, including a nine-year-old (right), when they opened fire The San Luis Potosí state prosecutor's office said the 11-year-old girl (pictured), who was wounded in the home invasion shooting, was hospitalized and listed in critical condition RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Newborn found dead after his...
    New Yorkers letting off illegal fireworks appear to be using the devices to launch at one another shocking footage shared online Thursday evening reveals.   Two men were injured in separate incidents involving the explosives, it was reported Thursday. A 33-year-old man was hit in Brooklyn and a teenager was struck in the chest in the Bronx. Both men were said to be in a critical condition.  And there have already been more than 1,700 fireworks-related complaints through the first half of the month, including 455 on Sunday. That's up from fewer than 25 during the same period last year, ABC7 reports.  Clips shared on Twitter on Thursday show groups of people running through the streets, appearing to take aim at others with the devices.  At one point a police patrol car passes as fireworks are lit and thrown. It is not know exactly where the footage taken or if any police action was taken.  DailyMail.com has contaced NYPD for comment.  A spokesman said: 'Incidents remain under investigation at this time.'     Clips shared on Twitter Thursday show people running through NYC streets...
    OAKLAND — Two men were wounded in separate shootings Tuesday night in west and north Oakland, authorities said. Both men were in stable condition Wednesday. About 10 p.m. Tuesday a 43-year-old man was shot in the 1800 block of Wood Street in West Oakland. The man told police he was shot by another man for no apparent reason.  The suspect fled before police responded and the wounded man was taken to a hospital. The other shooting, that left a 29-year-old man wounded, happened about 7:57 p.m. Tuesday in the 500 block of 62nd Street in North Oakland. The man told police he was at a gas station when someone began shooting at him. Despite being wounded, he was able to run from the scene and got a ride from another person to a hospital. Some nearby homes and parked vehicles were also hit by the gunfire but no other injuries were reported. Police don’t have a motive  for the shooting and have not made any arrests. A detailed description of the shooter was not released. Police and Crime Stoppers of...
    Islamabad (CNN)Two employees at India's embassy to Pakistan have been released after they were detained in relation to an alleged hit-and-run incident in the capital Islamabad. Alarm was raised Monday when the Times of India reported that two diplomatic staffers were "missing in Pakistan," with a suggestion the case was related to the recent expulsion by New Delhi of Pakistan officials accused of espionage. According to sources in Pakistan familiar with the matter, the staff members were speeding, crashed into a pedestrian who was injured, and then attempted to flee.A first information police report obtained by CNN stated the two men were arrested on grounds of "reckless and rash driving."The sources specified the two were staff members at the Indian High Commission in Islamabad, not diplomats. The source added that the two men have been released at the "special request of the Pakistan Foreign Ministry," and were handed over to a senior official at the Indian High Commission because they still fall under diplomatic immunity.Read MoreIndia summoned Pakistan's envoy in New Delhi to protest the arrests, and the two men...
    WILMORE, Pa. (AP) - Authorities say two men died after they were found floating in a reservoir near a dam in western Pennsylvania. The Cambria County coroner says the two were apparently fishing before they were found at about 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Wilmore Dam in Summerhill Township. Lees said two kayakers saw the men and called 911. He said one was pronounced dead at the scene and the other died at the Conemaugh Hospital emergency department. TOP STORIES HBO Max pulls Gone With the Wind Abraham Lincoln monument torched in Chicago: An absolute disgraceful act Coronavirus hype biggest political hoax in history Lees says he is still in the process of identifying the men and piecing together what happened, but there doesn’t appear to be anything suspicious about their deaths. The coroner’s office, the Fish and Boat Commission, and township police are investigating. The 195-acre Wilmore Reservoir owned by the Cambria-Somerset Authority covers parts of Munster, Portage and Summerhill Townships.
    RUSSELL SPRINGS, Ky. (AP) - The two bodies recovered from Lake Cumberland have been identified as two missing Miami University international students. According to officials, Guan Lian and Yanqi Xing were recovered Monday from the Low Gap, which runs up to 140 feet deep, WCPO-TV reported. Emergency Management Director H.M. Bottom says seven agencies assisted the search to find the pair. TOP STORIES Abraham Lincoln monument torched in Chicago: An absolute disgraceful act Judge blocks removal of Confederate monument in Richmond, Virginia Coronavirus hype biggest political hoax in history Two men were swimming with two women Friday near a houseboat, which started to drift away, Bottom said. The women indicated the men swam toward the boat but disappeared under the surface. The bodies were turned over on Monday to coroner Mark Coots for identification and autopsy. Coots told WCPO-TV that he is making arrangements to have both bodies returned to China.
    SAN JOSE, Calif. -- San Jose police are investigating a deadly stabbing at a 7-Eleven. It happened just before 1 a.m.Police say a group of people got into a fight at the convenience store on 6th and San Salvador Streets. Investigators found two men with stab wounds. One of them died the other is in the hospital with life-threatening injuries.They were told two other men who were also stabbed drove themselves to the hospital.As of this morning, no arrests have been made.
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