News Talk 11-10 WCSB

This is News Talk 11-10 WCSB. I’m Andrea Sturdivant.

Today in Breaking News, CMS: Teenager charged in connection with sharing of 75 nude photos online

A Charlotte Area teen is being charged in connection with the sharing of 75 nude photos online at Bailey Middle School.  CMS police said they’re investigating who used the photo-share website Drop box to post 75 nude photos of middle and high school girls in early February.  Sources say that some of the girls are as young as 14.  Some parents at Bailey Middle School are shocked that something like this would happen.

In other news, PRIVACY VERSUS OBSCENE WITHIN YOUR OWN HOME, Details when we return.

Naked Neighbor in Charlotte, NC upsets Neighbors and Citizens

Residents in the Cardinal Glen neighborhood are outraged after seeing a neighbor constantly standing naked in his home with the front door open.  Neighbors said the man has been standing naked at his front door several times a week for the last ten years.  They have called the police, but CMPD cannot do anything about it.  The reason is because legally the man is technically inside his own home and not exposing himself in any public place.  Police have stated they are searching for alternate options to resolve the community issue.

Lastly in Breaking News, Rookie LAPD officer wanted on murder charges

A Rookie Los Angeles police officer is wanted on murder charges in the shooting death of a man over the weekend.  The victim was identified as Salome Rodriguez Jr, 23-year old trucker who collapsed at the street corner and later died at a Los Angeles hospital.  Witnesses say they saw shots fired in the predawn hours Saturday after a struggle between a shooter and a victim before a compact car was seen rushing off.  Authorities and LAPD have begun looking for the rookie cop to question him, but so far, he has not turned up.  Pomona police said in a statement, “The suspect knows he is wanted and that police are actively searching for him”.

We bring you news every 30 minutes and anytime at I’m Andrea Sturdivant News Talk WCSB.

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Good Afternoon everyone, I’m Andrea and you’re listening to The Storm.

Today in Breaking News, In Gaston County, a veteran who suffered from PTSD was shot and killed on Wedowee Lane by police after he fired his weapon at police.  William Dean Poole was sitting on a lawnmower in front of his house and fired multiple shots at police.  The officers returned fire, killing Poole, involving four officers but they were not injured. The four officers involved have been placed on administrative leave, per protocol.  Poole’s family said he suffered from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder from his time-serving in the Navy and was never violent or tried to hurt anybody.  The State Bureau of Investigation is handling the investigation.  Police Chief James Buie addressed the tragedy calling it an unfortunate situation..

Dukes of Hazzard star, James Best, known for his role as bumbling sheriff Rosco P Coltrane on TV show Dukes of Hazzard, has died at the age 88.  Best died of a brief illness due to complications from pneumonia in a hospice in Hickory, NC.  Best begun his career in 1950 playing a string of villains in westerns before moving to television.  Best’s co-star John Schneider, who played Bo Duke, paid tribute to the actor calling him “a fine man”.  In other news, A father and his seven children have been found dead at home, apparently from carbon monoxide poisoning.  The victim’s stepfather Rodney Todd, 36, was trying to keep his family warm with a generator after their power was cut because of an unpaid bill.  Police identified the victims only as one adult and seven children ranging in age from six years to the teens.  “I don’t know anyone his age that would have done what he did,” “I was so proud to say he took care of seven kids said Ms. Edwards, a family friend.”

Every year, more than 400 people in the United States are killed and over 4,000 are hospitalized when they unintentionally inhale too much carbon monoxide, according to statistics provided by US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  I’m Andrea with Breaking News and you’re listening to The Storm.

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This is News Talk 11-10 WCSB. I’m Andrea Sturdivant.

Today in Breaking news, TOUGH ENOUGH: Justice Department No federal charges in Trayvon Martin Death

George Zimmerman, Former neighborhood watch volunteer will not face federal charges in the shooting of Trayvon Martin in a 2012 confrontation, the Justice Dept. Said Tuesday.  Once Zimmerman was acquitted of second-degree murder by a state jury in July 2013. Martin’s family turned to the Federal investigation in hopes that he would be held accountable for the shooting.  Probe focused on whether the killing amounted to a federal civil rights violation, which would have required proof that it was motivated by racial animosity.  Justice department said there was not enough evidence to establish that Zimmerman willfully deprived Martin of his civil rights.  This decision is limited strictly to the department’s inability to meet the high legal standard required to prosecute the case under the federal rights statutes. It does not reflect an assessment of any other aspect of the shooting, Justice Department said in news release announcing the decision Tuesday.

In other news, MONEY DOESN’T SOLVE EVERYTHING, Details when we return.

Teens to be Tried as Adults in Father’s Death

A grand jury has indicted two teenagers charged in the death of their father. The decapitated body of 52-year old David Green Jr was discovered inside a freezer at his Raleigh home in October. The two teens conspired to kill their father to gain the family’s inheritance.

We bring you news every 30 minutes and anytime at I’m Andrea Sturdivant News Talk WCSB.