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TEACHER WHO ALERTED DRUG DEALERS SENTENCED TO 3 YEARS

A federal judge sentenced 31-year-old Porsha Session on Wednesday. She pleaded guilty earlier this year to obstruction of an official proceeding. In 2013, Session searched her then-husband’s work email and found information about a drug investigation. She says he was cheating on her, and that to get back at him, she called one of the dealers and alert him that an informant had infiltrated his group.

Shooter’s wife dropped from Pulse victims’ lawsuit

An amended complaint filed last week in state court in South Florida dropped Noor Salman from the lawsuit, leaving only the security firm for which gunman Omar Mateen was employed as a defendant. The lawsuit alleges negligence and wrongful death by security firm G4S for maintaining Mateen’s firearms license even though he had made threats against co-workers. Salman is facing two charges in federal court.

MOTHER OF 16-YEAR-OLD TRANSGENDER BOY SUES SCHOOL OVER RESTROOM ACCESS

The boy, identified as Drew Adams in the complaint filed in the U.S. District Court, attends the Allen D. Nease High School, in Ponte Vedra, Florida. Drew was born a girl but has identified as a boy since 2015. According to the complaint filed against the St. Johns County School Board, the boy’s mother says her son began being denied access to boys’ restrooms after an anonymous report was made in September 2015.

DEPUTIES: WOMAN GIVES BIRTH TO CHILD FATHERED BY 11-YEAR-OLD

Hillsborough County Sheriff’s officials said in an email that 25-year-old Marissa Ashley Mowry faces a charge of sexual battery on a child younger than 12. A police report said Mowry was 22 when she began having sex with the boy near Tampa. Mowry became pregnant and gave birth in October 2014. Officials say she and the boy continued to engage in sexual intercourse multiple times.

5 KIDS SICKENED BY ‘CLOUD OF CHLORINE GAS’ AT FLORIDA POOL

Hillsborough County Fire Rescue officials tell news outlets it happened Monday evening at Calypso Swim Center in Tampa. Fire rescue officials say the storm caused the breaker to shut off one of the two pumps, which caused the water in the pool to stop circulating. That led to a buildup of chlorine in one of the pipes. When the pump came back on, it pushed the chemical mix into the pool, causing the cloud of gas.

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