- Associated Press - Tuesday, December 1, 2015

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WALMART EVACUATED AFTER BOMB THREAT; 3RD SINCE HALLOWEEN

The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office reports that its bomb squad responded to the Daytona Beach store just after noon Tuesday. Daytona Beach police spokesman Jimmie Flynt says the store’s employees and 300 customers were evacuated for about three hours Tuesday.

MIAMI-DADE DETECTIVE PLEADS GUILTY IN JEWELRY THEFT WHILE EXECUTING SEARCH WARRANT AT HOME

Nine-year veteran Karel Rosario pleaded guilty Tuesday to dealing in stolen property. State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle says Rosario admitted taking a Cartier watch, bracelet and other pieces in May from the home of a suspect being investigated for illegally selling pharmaceutical drugs.



POLICE: FLORIDA MAN TRIED TO ELECTROCUTE FATHER OVER WILL

The 44-year-old man is accused of trying to electrocute his father early on Thanksgiving morning. The 81-year-old father was able to sneak out of the house and contact police.

1 OF JACKSONVILLE’S FORMERLY CONJOINED TWINS LEAVES HOSPITAL

Conner Mirabal was discharged from Wolfson Children’s Hospital Monday and transferred to Brooks Rehabilitation, where he’ll receive inpatient physical therapy. The twins were born last December and had their final separation surgery in May.

TAMPA FIRE CAPTAIN TO PLEAD GUILTY TO STEALING FROM CHARITY

Fifty-year-old Alfred Schaffer faces up to 20 years in prison under terms of the plea agreement filed in U.S. District Court in Tampa. Officials say Schaffer took the money from Hope Children’s Home through access he had in his side job as the home’s business manager and chief financial officer.

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