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She continued with an onslaught of kicks and punches until Wilberto Zapata, 18, was outside her apartment.

“We didn’t recognize him,” Ms. Ramirez said. “Me and my mom live in the apartment, so no guy whatsoever should be in there.”

Mr. Zapata recently moved into the apartment complex and mistakenly went into the wrong apartment unit, police told The Fresno Bee.

Ms. Ramirez has a yellow belt — a step above beginner — and expects to be promoted to orange belt next month.

TEXAS

Man charged in campus bomb threat

BRYAN — A man is charged with making a false bomb threat at Texas A&M University and a female friend accused in a similar hoax at another university in the state is being investigated in both cases.

A&M police Lt. Allan Baron says Dereon Kelly and Brittany Henderson are in a relationship. He declined to elaborate.

Lt. Baron says Mr. Kelly was charged Monday with making a terroristic threat. Lt. Baron says Ms. Henderson is considered a person of interest and is under arrest. Bond for each is set at $150,000.

Police say Mr. Kelly emailed an Oct. 19 threat to A&M in College Station. He was arrested hours later on unrelated fraud charges.

Ms. Henderson was arrested last week in connection with an Oct. 18 bomb threat at Texas State University in San Marcos.

PENNSYLVANIA

Parents sue resort, owner over teen fatality

UNIONTOWN — The parents of a teen passenger killed in a drunken driving crash have sued a posh southwestern Pennsylvania resort, its owner, and his daughter for allegedly supplying alcohol to the 17-year-old driver.

A spokesman for 84 Lumber founder Joe Hardy, who owns Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, declined to comment because the matter is in litigation.

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