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Florida man falls off roof while trying to break into home

Florida man falls off roof while trying to break into home | Biuro Rachunkowe Extor | Scoop.it
Kissimmee police have arrested a man who they say attempted to break into a house, but failed when he fell off the roof of the home.

 

According to police, Andrew Nicholas Hudley, 32, tried to enter a second-story window of a home on Coachlight Drive around 11 p.m. on Feb. 18.

 

He was surprised by the homeowner, who was with her 12-year-old granddaughter, and fell from the roof before fleeing the area, police said...

 

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Florida man hides in back seat, chokes wife with rope while she's driving to work (VIDEO)

Florida man hides in back seat, chokes wife with rope while she's driving to work (VIDEO) | Biuro Rachunkowe Extor | Scoop.it

Tampa, Florida -- A woman got the scare of her life Wednesday morning when her estranged husband tried to strangle her to death with a rope during her morning commute to work.

 

Hillsborough Sheriff's deputies say around 6 a.m., Tania Martinez's estranged husband, who was hiding in the back seat of her car, surprised her when he put a rope around her neck and starting choking her. 

 

During the attack, she lost control of her car which then left the road and hit a fence in the 4500 block of Paris Street West. When she hit the fence, the car went airborne, did a complete flip in the air, and came to a rest on the wheels.

 

When Martinez -- who was knocked out briefly -- came to, her estranged husband again tried to choke her with the rope. The two struggled in the car until he stopped, for some reason, and fled the scene...

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Florida man robs Girl Scouts selling cookies

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CLERMONT, Fla. - Clermont police are looking for a man who stole cookie cash from a Girl Scouts troop.

 

The theft happened Saturday outside the Blockbuster video store off Citrus Tower Boulevard in Clermont.

Two middle-school Girl Scouts and their troop leader, Lynette Baker, were closing up their booth when a man pretended to be a last-minute customer.  Instead, he snatched their money box, stealing nearly $300.

 

"I need a policeman. I'm with a Girl Scout booth at Citrus Tower Blockbuster. We were just robbed," Baker said in a 911 call.

 

In the background of the call, the girls can be heard crying...

 

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Erika Mathias's curator insight, February 28, 2013 9:33 AM

Okay, this article is just crazy. Who would steal money from Girl Scouts? That's pathetic. Rob a bank or something. Those girls are probably going to be terrified of being robbed for the rest of their lives. I hope that person feels terrible. 

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Medical Marijuana bill, "The Cathy Jordan Medical Cannibis Act", introduced in Florida Legislature

Medical Marijuana bill, "The Cathy Jordan Medical Cannibis Act", introduced in Florida Legislature | Biuro Rachunkowe Extor | Scoop.it

Tallahassee, Florida-- You may not know the name Cathy Jordan, but you will soon. Jordan is the woman at the center of the battle to legalize medical marijuana in Florida. 

 

She suffers from Lou Gehrig's disease and she grows and smokes marijuana to help alleviate her pain. 

 

Ironically, police raided her home Monday and seized her marijuana stash after a government employee saw her pot plants growing in her yard. Because she can barely speak, her husband, Bob Jordan, a veteran, speaks for her.

 

Wednesday, State Senator Jeff Clemens of Lake Worth introduced State Bill 1250 in Tallahassee entitled "The Cathy Jordan Medical Cannabis Act," that would allow Floridians with debilitating medical conditions to legally obtain and use marijuana if their doctors recommend it.

 

A recent poll reveals 70 percent of Floridians favor legalization, including 56 percent of Republicans...

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Dennis Levy's curator insight, September 6, 2013 5:17 PM

The Research has been done and experts agree on marijuana’s medicinal benefits. First, Marijuana is scientifically called cannabis. To date, there are over 20,000 published studies or reviews in the scientific literature pertaining to marijuana. Nearly one third of the research was published within the last three years. This total includes over 2,700 separate papers published in 2009, 1,950 papers published in 2010, and another 2,100 published to date in 2011 (according to a key word search on the search engine PubMed Central, the US government repository for peer-reviewed scientific research).

From a layman stand point, Marijuana helps control nausea, vomiting, wasting and anxiety from AIDS, cancer and chemotherapy treatments, and can also help with pain and other symptoms of debilitating diseases such as diabetes, multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis.