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The child was found injured on the fifth-floor roof of the gallery, said the Metropolitan Police. Punta Gorda police say, Bretton Osborne, 28, sent it to a victim of a stalking case. Members of the volleyball team have expressed their excitement about being apart of the first team at FSW.
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Deyon Kaigler said in December that he was done stealing cars. His friends were still posting videos of high-speed joyrides to Facebook, wearing key fobs on lanyards around their necks. But Deyon, 16, had decided it was too dangerous.
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Hours earlier, his close friend and two other teens died in a fiery stolen car wreck in Palm Harbor. Deyon had been following in a stolen convertible with a second teenager, Kamal Campbell, when they saw smoke and an orange glow through the windshield. Both told similar stories to detectives about a night spent smoking weed and driving around an unfamiliar part of Pinellas County. Deyon, 16, had said he barely knew Kamal, but when deputies left them alone, they talked like old friends, alternating between grieving their dead buddies and bragging about how they almost got away.