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first_imgA South Florida man has been arrested after authorities say he fatally shot his mother during an argument.The incident occurred at the family’s home in Margate on Sunday.Authorities say 28-year-old Alexander Deltoro and his parents were driving home from a night out when they got into an argument. The argument continued to escalate and when the family finally got home, Deltoro pulled out a gun and fatally shot his mother in the face.Deltoro is now facing a charge of manslaughter and  a charge for unlawfully carrying a concealed weapon.A judge said Monday that there is “no word” for the allegations against Deltoro.Deltoro has been given a $101,000 bond and was ordered to have no contact with his father.last_img

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first_imgBremer adds that he first knew something was wrong when he did not hear from his wife on Thursday morning.Photo courtesy: Facebook A 37-year-old Utah woman who was reported missing on Thursday has been found dead behind a South Florida hotel.Officials pulled Kelly Glover’s body from the lake behind the Westin Hotel in Fort Lauderdale around noon on Saturday. She was last seen on surveillance video from the hotel, walking down the stairs with no shoes on at around 2 a.m. Thursday. She was staying at the hotel with a friend.Adam Bremer, Glover’s husband, and her family flew from Salt Lake City, Utah on Friday in order to help authorities with the search, according to reports.Fort Lauderdale Police searched the area with dogs, divers and helicopters on that day, but initially did not find Glover, who came to Broward on a work trip.“We’re all just still in shock,” says Melissa Glover, Kelly Glover’s younger sister. “We’re all grieving in our own way.”“Her friend went to bed early [on Wednesday],” Bremer told Miami television station WPLG on Friday. “My wife was still up and her friend woke up around 4 a.m. [on Thursday], and my wife was nowhere to be found and the door was left open.”Authorities do not suspect foul play in Glover’s death. He explains, “She’s pretty responsive. I usually get up before her and I send her the first message in the morning, and not one morning has gone by where I haven’t heard from her by 9 o’clock.”According to Glover, who noted the lack of fencing between pool and pond at the hotel, “I think she drowned.”Photos of the pool deck and patio show that it is not fenced in. In addition, a concrete bulwark separates that area from the pond.The hotel’s management they “are working with the family and the investigation.”last_img read more

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first_imgPolice were able to apprehend an escaped prisoner, Timothy L. Howton-McLaughlin, 29, in Indian River County on Friday.The prisoner escaped the Okeechobee Correctional Institution Work Camp on Thursday afternoon while working outside. He took the Florida Department of Corrections truck and drove off .Police say a witness called in after spotting a man near 43rd Avenue and 8th Street walking barefoot.An off-duty deputy spotted the man and followed him until patrol unites showed up. Once authorities arrived the suspect immediately ran away but a K-9 was able to help catch him.Howton-McLaughlin was arrested and is serving an eight-year sentence for trafficking in stolen property and burglary.last_img

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first_img Doug Cameron is the new English senior men’s amateur champion, claiming the title after a rollercoaster final round and a three-man play-off at Saunton Golf Club, Devon. He saw off the challenge of former winner Stephen East and championship low-scorer Michael Jarvis after they both tangled with a bunker on the first extra hole. It’s his first major senior title and, after his third place in Ireland a few weeks ago, he will achieve his great dream of returning to the England senior side. “It feels great to win, it’s fantastic,” he said. But Cameron, from Henley Golf Club, (image © Leaderboard Photography) knew he had earned his crown the hard way, bluntly describing his three-over par final round as a “car crash.” It certainly didn’t start that way. He had looked in total control as he went out in two-under par and worked his way to a comfortable four-shot lead as he approached the closing holes. But a bad drive on 14 triggered a run of five dropped shots over three holes. “I was playing really nicely, it was very solid and I felt comfortable, but then I hit a bad tee shot on 14,” he said. At the same time Gloucestershire’s Jarvis and Yorkshire’s East were both doing all they could to further close the gap. Jarvis (The Players Club) followed his game plan of aggressive play and was rewarded with a three-under 68, which made up a seven shot deficit. He set the clubhouse target on four-over par, which was matched when East (Leeds Golf Centre) ground out his round of level par 71. He had a chance to move into the outright lead on 18 but his birdie putt finished a couple of inches short of the hole. Behind them, Cameron was regrouping with a birdie two on 17 which gave him a one-shot lead as he approached the final hole. But his tee shot flew right into a bank of rough and he was forced to lay up about 70 yards short and his bogey dropped him into the three-way tie. However, he has an excellent play-off record and, despite a tee shot which drifted right onto an uphill lie, he held his nerve to reach the green in three and then rolled a long putt up to the hole-side. “I’m just delighted to win, it doesn’t get better than this, on a fabulous golf course,” he said. Former European senior champion Clive Jones, who is based in France, took fourth place after his final round of two-under 69 moved him to five-over. The 69 was matched by Tim Whittaker (Beaconsfield) who was fifth alongside Gary Byrne (Clitheroe) and senior international David Niven (Newbury & Crookham) on six-over par. Click here for full scores 9 Jun 2017 Cameron wins English senior crown in a play-off last_img read more