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CPSO arrests Registered Sex Offender for visiting Home Close to School



TOTALLY HITS RADIO | LAKE CHARLES, LA. — On November 17 the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office met with officials from Starks High School in reference to a registered sex offender, John D. Savoy, 28, 4824 Fannie Verdine Rd., Starks, visiting a home in close proximity to the school.

After checking his registration requirements it was learned Savoy cannot be within 1,000 feet of any school, playground, ballpark or day care center. The distance from the school to the house Savoy was visiting, and had been observed visiting there on several occasions, was less than 1,000 feet.
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Man fell asleep while burglarizing Home



A Santa Ana man has been charged with burglary after allegedly stealing cell phones and a PlayStation console from a home — and falling asleep next to the owners.

Ruben Diego Ortega, 20, was arrested and booked into the Santa Ana Police Department Jail after a homeowner reported finding him inside the house about 8 a.m. Saturday.
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Google’s Reach expands into your Home



Google said Monday that it will pay $3.2 billion in cash for Nest, which makes smart thermostats and smoke alarms. Rest assured that Google is hoping to plug smart homes together with Android devices, its developer ecosystem and treasure trove of data.

Nest launched in 2011 to strong reviews. Since its launch, Nest’s smart thermostat has been replicated by larger players such as Honeywell.
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The SpaceX Dragon capsule left the International Space Station on Thursday and aimed for a Pacific splashdown to end its historic flight.

Astronauts set the world’s first commercial supply ship loose after a five-day visit, releasing the vessel with the space station’s robot arm. The Dragon slowly backed away from the 250-mile-high outpost, on track for a midday return to Earth, six hours later.

The targeted splashdown zone is 560 miles west of Baja California.
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A California police chief reportedly ordered a sergeant to a reporter’s home insisting on changes to a news story he perceived to be inaccurate.

The Oakland Tribune reports that Berkeley Police Chief Michael Meehan ordered the sergeant to the reporter’s home minutes after reading the report online, a move First Amendments said reeked of intimidation and attempted censorship. View full article »


A man who said he was acting on a “spiritual message” from George W. Bush was apprehended Tuesday near the Dallas home of the former president.

Secret Service agents stopped the man, who tried to get past the security gate leading into Bush’s neighborhood about 4:00pm local time. He tried to follow a car that had entered the gate, myFOXdfw.com reported. View full article »

Pacific Coast News

There are times when divorce forces people to do strange things. Burn sheets. Throw out clothes. Toss rings into the ocean. But when you get $100 million in your divorce, you can trump just about anything and that’s what happened with Tiger Woods’ ex-wife when she bought a $12 million home and bulldozed the whole thing.

Yes, according to TMZ, Elin Nordegren bought a $12 million home in North Palm Beach, Fla., but didn’t like it, and has plowed the whole thing. View full article »

Fox News

Amanda Knox returned to her hometown of Seattle on Tuesday and was as overcome with emotion as she was a day earlier in Italy, when she was acquitted on murder charges after four years in prison. “Thank you for being there for me,” she tearfully told her supporters in front of a crowd of reporters from two continents.

“I’m really overwhelmed right now,” she said at a news conference minutes after she was escorted off a British Airways flight out of London. “I was looking down from the airplane, and it seemed like everything wasn’t real.”

Knox’s life turned around dramatically Monday when an Italian appeals court threw out her conviction in the sexual assault and fatal stabbing of her British roommate. On Tuesday a courtroom picture of Knox crying after the verdict was read appeared on the front pages of newspapers in Italy, the U.S., Britain and around the world. View full article »

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