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TIGER WOODS’ ARRAIGNMENT ON DUI CHARGE DELAYED UNTIL AUGUST

Court documents filed Thursday show the presiding judge canceled the original July 5 hearing and reset it for Aug. 9. No details were provided. Woods was charged with driving under the influence after police in Jupiter, Florida, found him asleep at the wheel of his Mercedes-Benz about 2 a.m. May 29. Breath tests showed no presence of alcohol, but Woods told officers he had a reaction to several prescription drugs.

TEEN CHARGED WITH FATALLY STABBING DOG TO AVOID POUND

Local news outlets report that 19-year-old Joshua Cox was arrested early Thursday morning after Manatee County deputies responded to his brother’s Bradenton home. Deputies reported finding Cox and the 3-year-old pit bull’s body in the backyard. Cox reportedly told deputies that his parent’s had brought the dog down from North Carolina, but his sister-in-law said the dog couldn’t stay, because it would break their lease.



REPORT: WOMAN STOLE CITY MONEY TO GET BUTT LIFT

A Gainesville city report released Wednesday said Natwaina Clark stole $93,000 from the city, using $8,500 on the cosmetic surgery. The report shows the 33-year-old Clark also used city money for her cable television bill, food, highway tolls, a television and other expenses. Clark was fired shortly before she was arrested last March 28 and charged with larceny and scheme to defraud. She has pleaded not guilty.

FLORIDA DEPUTIES CLEARED IN SHOOTING MAN WITH POCKET KNIFE

Prosecutors concluded Broward County deputies Zachary Hasson and Andre Landells lawfully shot 55-year-old Gregory Frazier last Sept. 9. Frazier’s sister had called 911 because he had pulled the knife on family members and was intoxicated. He was in the backyard sitting on a chaise lounge beneath a tree when he was shot six times. Deputies say Frazier had flipped open the knife, cursed at them and began to stand in an aggressive manner.

POLICE COMMANDER TO BE FIRED AFTER THERAPIST’S SHOOTING

North Miami Police notified Cmdr. Emile Hollant on Wednesday that he will be fired. Hollant was in charge when SWAT team member Jonathan Aledda shot Charles Kinsey in the leg last July 18. Kinsey was protecting 27-year-old Arnaldo Rios, a severely autistic man who was sitting in the street with a toy truck. Aledda says he mistook the truck for a weapon. He is charged with attempted manslaughter.

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