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Last night in Tampa: Dean McKee freed after three decades | tbo.com

TAMPA Dean McKee was 16 when he was condemned to spend the rest of his life in prison.

Three decades later, he walked out of the Hillsborough County jail on Tuesday night, allowed to finally go home while the appellate courts decide whether he can stay there.

McKee, 46, was released hours after a Hillsborough circuit judge agreed to released him on his own recognizance as the state appeals a judicial order striking down his 1988 murder conviction.

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Jailers escorted McKee to a holding area to be fitted with a GPS monitor a condition of his appellate bond agreement a little after 8:30 p.m.

Outside, family members, friends, photographers and reporters peered through the lobby windows of the Orient Road

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These Mysterious Disappearances Will Keep You Up at Night

Even in our interconnected world, people go missing every day. Some never make it home, and others leave bizarre clues as to where they went. On average, 90,000 people go missing in the United States at any given time, according to the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System. According to the National Incidence Studies of Missing, Abducted, Runaway and Thrownaway Children, of the 797,500 children reported missing in a one-year period, 203,900 were abducted by family members and 58,200 were abducted by non-relatives. A total of 115 got abducted by a stranger. Some of the stories range from odd to insane, and we found some of the most mysterious ones.

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Late-night helicopter over Plymouth was helping with missing …

A police helicopter flying low over Plymouth late at night was helping with a missing person search.

Readers got in touch to report the aircraft hovering over various parts of the city on Friday night.

And the reason for its presence has since been explained by a PCSO.

PCSO Adam Bell tweeted to tell followers the police helicopter was in the area as part of the mission to find Edith Harrison , who had been last seen in William Prance Road at about 2.45pm on Friday.

It is not clear whether Edith has been found, or if the search continues on Saturday morning.

PCSO Bell said: “The helicopter is assisting with an area search for Edith Harrison, last seen on William Prance Road at 2.45pm.

“She is a white female, 5ft 5ins tall, approximately 10 stone, very light blonde hair, black lace-up shoes, pale clue knitted jumper, black trousers and black coat.”

Anyone with

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Late-night helicopter over Plymouth was helping with missing person search

A police helicopter flying low over Plymouth late at night was helping with a missing person search.

Readers got in touch to report the aircraft hovering over various parts of the city on Friday night.

And the reason for its presence has since been explained by a PCSO.

PCSO Adam Bell tweeted to tell followers the police helicopter was in the area as part of the mission to find Edith Harrison , who had been last seen in William Prance Road at about 2.45pm on Friday.

It is not clear whether Edith has been found, or if the search continues on Saturday morning.

PCSO Bell said: “The helicopter is assisting with an area search for Edith Harrison, last seen on William Prance Road at 2.45pm.

“She is a white female, 5ft 5ins tall, approximately 10 stone, very light blonde hair, black lace-up shoes, pale clue knitted jumper, black trousers and black coat.”

Anyone with

Read more at: http://www.plymouthherald.co.uk/news/plymouth-news/late-night-helicopter-over-plymouth-935434

A night-long search for his missing son ends in the woods: ‘He’s gone. I found him.’

For more than 14 hours — in his car and on foot — Frank Sepehri had been looking for his 17-year-old son, Navid. He’d last seen him the night before and knew he had gone to a nearby party in Bethesda but not come home.

Just before 5 p.m. Sunday, Sepehri had made his way to a wooded ravine. On one side, above him, was a row of nice suburban homes. On the other, the parking lot of a swim club.

And in the gap, he saw his son’s body, floating faceup in a patch of frigid water.

“Navid!” he screamed — so loud that a nearby resident came running to help.

Navid Nicholas Sepehri (Dan Morse/Family Photo)

He pulled his son from the water, sat next him and spoke by phone with his wife, Nasrin.

“He’s gone,” he said. “I found him.”

The

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A Late Night Rescue in Georgia Reveals the Insidious Nature of Human Sex Trafficking

SAVANNAH, Ga. (CN) – Three teenage girls, all dressed in onesie pajamas, arrived at a local hospital. At least two of them had been brought there in the back of a police cruiser. One was in handcuffs, a shocking contrast to her fresh face and well-kept hair.

This is what human trafficking can look like in Savannah, Ga.

“This was the first time we’d ever had three underage girls all at once,” said Brenda Lewis, a victim advocate at of the Rape Crisis Center of the Coastal Empire, a nonprofit serving victims of rape and sexual assault in Southeast Georgia.

“You don’t believe it’s happening in the community, but it’s our homeless kids, abused kids, our affluent kids, our smart kids. It’s happening in every hotel you can think of it. Before I got this case, I didn’t understand. It’s literally what you see in the movies,” Lewis said.

This was the fall of 2015.

Read more at: https://www.courthousenews.com/a-late-night-rescue-of-in-georgia-reveals-the-insidious-nature-of-human-sex-trafficking/

My 5: The Pop Culture Mysteries That Keep Filmmaker Andrew Jenks Up at Night (Exclusive)

Taylor Swift is set to release her sixth studio album, Reputation, on Friday, Nov. 10.  And, regardless of your thoughts on the 27-year-old, she’s always had a way with words. 

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My 5: The Pop Culture Mysteries That Keep Filmmaker Andrew Jenks Up at Night (Exclusive)

If you were a fan of Andrew Jenks’ MTV series, World of Jenks, or have followed his impressive journalistic adventures, like the HIV/AIDS crisis film he directed for Netflix, It’s Not Over, and the documentary series, Unlocking the Truth, then you know that inquisitive is basically his middle name. 

Now, the award-winning filmmaker and documentarian has taken his penchant for diving deep into stories of the misunderstood from the screen to the airwaves, launching his podcast, What Really Happened?, with Cadence 13 and Seven Bucks Productions, the company co-founded with Dwayne Johnson and Dany Garcia. Written, hosted and co-produced by Jenks, the new audio series is a deeply researched, groundbreaking look into the real-life narratives of six public figures who have created intrigue in modern history: Muhammad Ali, Chris Christie, Princess Diana, Michael Jordan, Britney Spears and Winston Churchill.

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My 5: The Pop Culture Mysteries That Keep Filmmaker Andrew Jenks Up at Night (Exclusive)

If you were a fan of Andrew Jenks’ MTV series, World of Jenks, or have followed his impressive journalistic adventures, like the HIV/AIDS crisis film he directed for Netflix, It’s Not Over, and the documentary series, Unlocking the Truth, then you know that inquisitive is basically his middle name. 

Now, the award-winning filmmaker and documentarian has taken his penchant for diving deep into stories of the misunderstood from the screen to the airwaves, launching his podcast, What Really Happened?, with Cadence 13 and Seven Bucks Productions, the company co-founded with Dwayne Johnson and Dany Garcia. Written, hosted and co-produced by Jenks, the new audio series is a deeply researched, groundbreaking look into the real-life narratives of six public figures who have created intrigue in modern history: Muhammad Ali, Chris Christie, Princess Diana, Michael Jordan, Britney Spears and Winston Churchill.

Read more at: http://www.etonline.com/my-5-pop-culture-mysteries-keep-filmmaker-andrew-jenks-night-exclusive-90433

‘They sound like explosions to them’ – Fireworks should be restricted to one night only says pet detective

Pet detective Megan Denzie, who works to locate lost pets, isn’t an advocate for an all out ban on fireworks, but thinks letting them off should be restricted to just one night. 

Read more at: https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/they-sound-like-explosions-them-fireworks-should-restricted-one-night-only-says-pet-detective