- Associated Press - Friday, October 14, 2016

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OFFICIAL: MOM JAILED WITH DAUGHTER AFTER MAILING DRUG TO HER

Monroe County Sheriff’s spokeswoman Becky Herrin said in a news release that a deputy at the jail near Key West found the envelope and noticed it had a chemical smell. He opened the envelope and saw a substance inside. An incident report says the substance turned out to be Buprenorphine, a synthetic opioid. Deputies arrested 55-year-old Nadine Carroll on Thursday. Now Carroll is in the same jail as daughter Shannon Carroll.

TROOPERS: SCHOOL BUS HITS, KILLS MOTORCYCLIST IN FLORIDA

A Florida Highway Patrol news release says that the school bus driver pulled into the path of an oncoming motorcycle in Sanford around 7:25 a.m. Friday. The incident report says Dewey Nelson of Sanford was thrown from the bike and ended up under the bus. There were 20 to 25 children on the bus. No students were injured.

PIT BULLS SEIZED FROM APPARENT FIGHT TRAINING FACILITY

Hernando County sheriff’s deputies said in a news release that the investigation began Sunday when they found a severely injured dog in a cage without food or water. A veterinarian later determined the dog was recently used as bait during dog fights. Officials visited another Brooksville property, where they removed 19 dogs and two puppies this week.

POLICE: WOMAN STABS FORMER LOVER WHILE MAN BEATS HIM UP

Authorities say 30-year-old Christine Hess was arrested Wednesday on charges of attempted murder, armed burglary and armed robbery. According to an arrest affidavit, 67-year-old Lee Summers told detectives that Hess came to his apartment on Sept. 22. He says he’d known Hess for months and had been intimate with her.

FLORIDA TEEN DIES IN A COURT-ORDERED DRUG TREATMENT CENTER

Staff members at the Broward Youth Treatment Center were called to the teen’s room late Monday. An incident report says a shift leader at the privately-run Pembroke Pines center found the boy “non-responsive to voice or touch.” A nurse started CPR and asked someone to call 911. The teen couldn’t be resuscitated. Police said in a news release they don’t suspect foul play.

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