- Associated Press - Friday, February 3, 2017

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COAST GUARD ENDS SEARCH FOR CANADIAN DIVER OFF FLORIDA KEYS

The agency said in a news release Friday that its Key West command center had coordinated 27 searches for 37-year-old Rob Stewart, totaling more than 95 aircraft and surface hours and covering approximately 5,987 square miles. The crew of the Pisces reported Stewart missing Tuesday evening near Alligator Reef, which is off Lower Matecumbe Key. Stewart is from Toronto, Canada.

DEPUTIES: FLORIDA MOM LEFT KIDS HOME, WENT TO CALIFORNIA

A Seminole County Sheriff’s Office report says 29-year-old Naiele Santa Ana Olivas was arrested Thursday. Deputies say the mother didn’t make arrangements for someone took look after her children - ages 11, 9 and 8 - and put the 11-year-old in charge. Deputies say Olivas left on her trip last month and had planned to be gone more than a week.



TITANS PLAYER QUINTON SPAIN REPORTS BEING DRUGGED, ROBBED

An Orange County Sheriff’s Office report released Friday says Spain told deputies he was robbed of $113,000 in jewelry last week. The report says Spain met the woman at an Orlando nightclub. They drove back to Spain’s hotel room, where the woman made him a drink. Spain told deputies he doesn’t remember anything after that until he woke up to find he was missing two gold chains and a Rolex watch.

MAN WHO CITED JESUS FOR CRIME PLEADS GUILTY

John Haskew of Lakeland pleaded guilty Thursday to making a false statement to the federal government. Other charges were dropped, per the plea deal. Prosecutors say the unemployed Haskew needed to pay off a debt to the federal government. To do that, he provided a bank routing number that wasn’t his. He subsequently made over 70 transactions worth $7 billion with that routing number.

JUDGE: FLORIDA AIRPORT SHOOTING SUSPECT REFUSING MEDICATION

U.S. District Judge Beth Bloom said at a scheduling hearing Friday that Santiago, of Anchorage, Alaska, is unwilling to take psychotropic drugs at a Miami detention center. Santiago is being held on a 22-count federal indictment charging him with killing five people and wounding six at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport on Jan. 6.

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