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speaking with the mother we saw tears of sadness and also tears of joy. she has her baby back. hehebaby is safe and sound. that's what's most important here. meanwhile her own cousin, her own flesh and blood, is here in jail b bind me. the baby safe and sound in the arms of her mother asleep with tears rolling down the mother's face.. >> danger is seconds away. you would never know. >> that feeling of losing her child kidnapped at gunpoint. >> i just woke up to a dark figure and shadows. >> has your baby? >> i don't know. they came and put a gun in my face and said they were going to kill me. >> and then it's 14th court in broward county's roosevelt gardens. the two month old was taken and the amber alert issued.
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and 14-year-old relative who investigators say helped. >> i pray for her. augustine was arrested after the baby was found abandoned but fine. all the way to orlando. spoken with her cousin since trying to understand why. >> for me to put the family in danger and put me in danger and my kids in danger, something is wrong. and -- >> and you were saying that? >> she told me sorry. well, there you have it! just sorry!that's clearly not enough. says augustine told her she had ffered a miscarriage and that that's what was troubling her so much. augustine was at the home earlier that night, by the way. she leftft and then all of this happened. police were unable to find her, to get in touch with her. that's how they started honing in on who they were looking for and also that kent''s 7-year-old son witnessed this kidnapping as well.
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tonight, andrew perez, local 10 news. >> and the late night traffic alert and the live look at the southbound lanes on i-95 approaching hollywood boulevard. you can see all of the brake lights there and fhtelling us a crash has closed the exit ramp to hollywood boulevard and that is causing this big backup here. no word on when that ramp will re-open. >> laurie: developing ns out of opalaka. they've located the lexus in connection to the death of king carter. 18-year-old leonard adams, 17-year-old irwin pester and another. police say the 3 were shooting at someone at a nearby apartment complex.. king, who was on his way to buy candy, was killed in the cross fire. >> and the great grandmother of king carter witness to yet another shooting that left a man dead in northwest miami-dade. the sheeters near northwest 27th and the grandmother described the moment she heard
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>> i heard about 4 and i said oh, lord! that i'm so tired of these children losing their lives. it hurts my heart! >> police have not released anymore information and no arrests have been made. >> a teen accused of posing as a doctor and w wwere there in one of the paem beach with the latest. >> reporter: the teen is accused of writing several bogus checks to pay off his debt. one eck written for more than 29,000 dollars to pay off a car load. now the checks were written just weeks apart including one just a few days before christmas. a day after turning himself into the sheriff's office robinson walked out of jail. with his head lowered, the team waved off questions and caras
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deputies say it stems from the same 86-year-old woman malachi is accused of selling fake vitamins to treat severe stomach pain. the sheriff department said he stole more than $34,000 from the woman writing checks to pay off car loans and two credit cards. >> i think we lose sight of who he is. hehs an 18 year old. he's now 19 years old. he was 18 years old at the time. >> reporter: the teen made national headlines last month when he opened a medical clinic and was arrested for practicing medicine without a license. the grand theft charge the latest chapter in the bizarre story that included malachi taking issue with whawas said about him. >> i am deeply saddened and a little disrespected by some of the thing that is have come rth. >> are you in big trouble? >> i'm sorry, i'll have to cut this terview short. >> reporter: he later walked out of an interview with good morning,america, when pressed about him.
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robinson's west palm beach home went unanswered. then quote, robinson gave me a physical exam by checking my temperature using a digital thermometer. he later placed a stethoscope diaphragm on my upper back and on top of my bra stating my lungs were clear. that deputy was treated at the medical plaza just behind me. he claimed he was a doctor of homio pathic medicine, a claim that turned out to be faith. the memeal examination and was allowed to leave on supervised release. carlos suarez, local 10 news. >> and sewage sent spewing on the hollywood street. the bypass line on johnson reet and north 31st street while crews worked on the nearby sewer pipe. the metal ramp placed over that line so drivers could pass over it but t the weight of the cars caused the line to break open.
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been contained and that line will be r rnforced with the morning commute. >> and a truck overturned trapping a mamaunderneath. sky 10 on the scene on u.s. 27 ask 50i69 75. all liance were block -- i-75. all lanes were blocked. both crews worked to free the driver but the victim had to be cut out of the wreckage. he was alert and conscious when air lifted to broward health. it's not clear yet what caused the dump truck to overturn. >> laurie: a south florida man arrested in connection with the south carolina gold heist last year. the theft of 4.9 million dollars worth of gold bars happened one year ago this week. police say 46-year-old alberto perez was arrested in that heist. but haven't said how. perez's sister-in-aw isn't so sure. >> if that's true i don't see how with the type of vehicle he owns. it doesn't add up.
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themselves as police before stealing all that gold. perez is the second south floridian to be arrested in connection with that crime. >> calvin: the day after super tuesday and ben carson signals an end to his candidacy. the one time gop front runner says he sees no path forward after yesterday's contests. >> laurie: in the meantime it's looking more and more like the election will be a clinton-trump affair. now more on the race for the white house. rep that''s what clinton and trump think tonight. their competitors think otherwisis >> we have an important night in your state. i'm looking forward to that bate. are you looking forward to the debate? >> reporter: repupuican senator marco rubio may have only won a single state in the super tuesday contest, but he is in michigan, ready to spar, after casting his own early ballot for the florida primary less than 2 weeks away. rubio's competitor has momentum after his win in his home state of texas.
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>> ill, donald trump and hillary clinton each winning 7 states cemeing their positions as the front runners of each of their parties. ump laying out for the first time a 7 point health care reform plan. clinton headlining the star studded who with jamie fox and even eltknow john. but her competition bernie sanders is back on the trai too, proclaiming he's not going anywhere. there was one casualty after super tuesday. dr. ben carson telling gop supporters he sees no path forward in hicampaign. >> he's been out there working hard and i have a lot of respect for him. >> reporter: and that was republican governor john kasich who won zero states last night. he said he's focusing on michigan and his home state of ohio. meanwhile former gop nominee mitt romney expected to make a speech about the president of the race tomorrow. stay tuned, laurie, to find out
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>> laurie: so many ears on that one. janine, thank you. a dangerous heist caught on camera. a total of 10 burglars seen walking into this houston store and using a pickup truck to rip the doors off the shop early tuesday morning. more than 40 guns were taken including a high powered assault rifle. and these thieves were in and out of the store in just under a minute. a man air lifted to the hospital after being rescued near the bahamas. reportedly experiencing chest pains while on the fishing boat. he was flown to the hohoital in nassau and is in stable condition. >> calvin: the thievevestole these birds right from their cage. one of the birds is apparently worth $2,000 and been with the family for more than 30 years. the bird's owner getting
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>> that bird's been with me 33 years. and we heard the guy barking. >> he went inside the silver optima. >> calvin: there still hasn't been a sign of the altima or the two suspects, but one of the birds escaped and was recovered. >> laurie: er the past few months wrong-way collisions seem to have become a regular and deadly time on the south florida highways. more than 100 people died last year alone wiwi the latest coming just last week. well tonight local 10's erica shows us how to put the brakes on the wrong way wrecks. >> it's devastating consequences. his son, brian, who hasn't woken up since december 13th.
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>> another never made it to the hospital. >> and was still here. >> the brother and sister hit head on by 24-year-old franklin chavez who troopers say was driving south in the northbound lanes near the southwest 8th street exit. they were on the way to the airport, carmen flying to new jersey for orientation. she would never walk off that plananto her waiting dad. >> from that moment my daughter don't come and the plane, my life changed. >> reporter: these life-changing moments for the families of more than one00 killed in this -- 100 killed in our state like that last year. troopers give us exclusive access. shutting down an exit ramp on the saw grass expressway to show you what's in place to stop these crashes from happening in south florida. >> there is the lights flash and continuing to see the red reflectors. >> the sample road exit ramp, one of 15 between the saw grass and turnpike extension with
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sensors activate these signs. the camera snaps a cture and troopers are notified. so far where they are, they're working. in the past 16 months, 22 people, 22. and just those exits getting on the wrong way turned around. one man made it past the warning sign. he crashed into another r r head on and died. the system is nowhere on 95. the warning wasn't there to save brian. to save carmen and their mother. >> the chance of not surviving is 120% you will die in a wrong-way crash. >> reporter: thats where this man comes in. >> this is when we consider part 2. >> reporter: he came up with this system. >> once the signs light, we'll have the cords come across the ground and 8 across the road to block the roadway. >> 's dedicated the rest of his life to saving others. >> if i told you i don't walk
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be lying gto you. >> reporter: at 21 years old marisa and her best friend tere killed in a wrong-way crash heading home in coral springs. >> every life i save, saves someone from going through this tragedy. >> reporter: marisa's way foundation came to life the very next morning. this infrastrture top priority. >> so it's invaluable. >> his other calling he calls dine intervention and this man agrees. >> kind of like brothers and we're here for the support of him and his father and we're re healing each other. crashes. >> let's get out the shovel and road. >> the manufacturer of the positive ice and he's now working on setting up a model
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another device a lost you always suggest, every time we cover these crasass are spike strips such as those in rental car parking lots. i got hold of this analysis from the state outlining y the installation of spike strips on the highways would not work. they list 10 reasons. i posted this on our website to check out. it's local erica rako, local 10 news. >> laurie: thank you. and we found ououthe same system is being tested in tampa, tallahassee, and in pensacola markers that light up were installed and local 10 officials are told they're studying how effective other technologies would . >> calvin: tonight a special dirty dining that outragag many in south florida after we exposed a restaurant with 110 violations. the owner told us by phone since he was ordered shut, things have been fixed and are great but our local 10 investigator found that's very far from the truth. >> no cameras.
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>> first of all don't touch the camera. 110 violations? it's the worst inspection we've seen in a long time. that was back in janunuy. kevin who owns china buffet at 113th and bird road didn't want to talk to us about his 110 violations. but today we were back again. >> need to talk to kevin. >> okay. not here. >> reporter: can you call him? >> not here. sorry. >> reporter: i want to talk to you.don't. don't touch my camera. i said don't touch my camera. why is the place not getting better? >> reporter: kevin wasn't here. state records show since being ordered shut back in january, inspectors have been here 9 times! china buffet was ordered shut again february 4th, 74 violations were found then. on february 22nd, another 86 violations were found. many repeat violations. why is the place not getting any better? >> reporter: in fact if you add
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8! from insects in the kitchen and objectionable odor in the establishment, equipment coated with grease and food debris. food out of temperature. >> no, no, no. no camera. >> reporter: when we came in we found fish sitting on the filthy floor. no ono could tell us what was in this sink in the dish washing area, but it stunk. there was also a foul odor coming from this bathom in the kitchen that was full of standing water that smelled like sewage. why is this place allowed to stay open and serve you food? in the past the florida department of business and professional regulation has told local 10 news they work with restaurant owners to get them into compliance. at it's really not their job to shut aces down permanently. but in this case? we sent an e-mail to the department of business and professional regulation asking that very question. we haven't heard back yet. but you now know the track record here and what continues
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door. jeff, local 10 news. >> lvin: jeff, thanks and remember local 10 news made it easy to see any restaurant inspection statewide right on your smart t one. just download our free restaurant inspection app by searching restaurants florida in the app store. laurie: in the follow-up file we're nonotwo weeks away from voters decide whethering whether to build a new hotel in miami beach and it's stirring up debate. those in favor say it's a no brainer. all 400 million dollars to pay for the hotel is going to be put up by the hotel developer. no cost to taxpayers. those opposed say it's too big and bulky and could create traffic problems in the area. >> love the city of miami beach. i want it to be successful. >> the 800 room hotel in the center and the heart of our island? it's just too risky. it is too big. it's too much. >> the vote will take place march 18th.
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>> and a ride at a broward equestrian center collapsing from a heart attack but a fellow rider thinking fast and saving life and`tonight the reunion filled with gratitude. our victor has more. >> reporter: jumping lessons with his wife nina. just after he had the scare of his life. >> i was sitting next to the ring and i don't remember anything beyond that. >> reporter: he was in cardiac arrest at the pine hollow equestrian center. thankfully trainer megan green was nearby. >> i was scared and didn't know what to do and just reacted. and on the road and start compressions. >> she @continued cpr until paramedics arrived and took him to the hospital. >> they immediately induced the coma and did not expect me to live through the night. >> but rick would pull through. >> it is an honor for the city of parkland city commission. >> so wednesday night the city commission recognized megan for her life-saving actions.
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that'what saved my life. >> we can't comprehend. >> reporter: rick still doesn't know what triggered his heart to fail but is well aware of how this could have ended. >> as crazy as i am, i don't have brain damage and i'm here to be able to speak to you. >> so the question is will he get back on his horse? 2 weeks off anhe was out riding again. in parkland, victor, local 10 news. >> calvin: talk about counting your blessings! >> laurie: a blonde beautiful angel. way to go, megan. we'll take you to the set of the much anticipated big screen version ofof"baywatch." >> reporter: i'll will manso. a pair of friends work it out in miami. not a big deal unless they happen to be dwayne wade and lebron james. >> it was a perfect beach day. temperatures reaching the lower 80s and many of your neighborhoods. chief meteorologist betty dadas. let you know how we'll round
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the forecast is next. >> okay, betty, thanks. and after a year in space the american astronaut is back and taller than his identical twin brothehe we'll explain. >> reporter: welcome back. teent't's powerball worth an estimated 292.4 million dollars. get the tickets out and t's ay! that first number up is 62 followed by the number 52. we're heading to hampon, iowa, where we meet dennis warner who won $20,000 playing powerball. congratulations, dennis. now for the rest of the numbers we have 13,12 and rounding it out with 34.
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so let's take a look at the >> laurie: astronaut ott kelly is back after nearly a year in space. kelly spent 340 consecutive days in space. more than any other american before returning home. >> been there a long titime so i look forward to leaving but at the same time it's a magnificent place and i'll miss it. mixed emotions i guess. >> one of the most amazing facts is he's slightly taller thanks to the e lack of gravity compressing his spine while in space. he's also aged slightly slower than he would have normally thanks to the speed the space station. >> calvin: a famous leading lady joinin the cast of the
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boca raton. the movie based on the hit shows. today the duo was joined by she's gorgeous. brianne, a former miss world contestant turned actress who is now the star of abc's hit show "quantico." . the film set to hit theaters may of 2017. >> the question sell pamela anderson be in it? >> probably not unless it's a cameo. >> betty, are we talking bikini weather this week? >>ity bity bikini weather. when the temperatures hit the low 80s if you have the body for it. 74 in key west and 74 in miami and fort lauderdale with the winds light and variably. we are finding clouds streaming in and out with cloudy skies reported but not enough to mess
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just such a fantastic day on the satellite and radar imagery with high level clouds streaming in from the gulf of mexico anand seeing those clouds come in as a very waning cold front pushes through. it's on the way to fizzling out and we won't note a lot of weather changes for the area as we lolook ahead to tomorrow. already we'ring the next moisture system and bumping into cooler and cocoer air around chicago and some snow showers to track and moving associated with it and pretty far removed by tomorrow. with the clouds streaming in that's still a possibility but on the way to another warm day and warm, too, on friday and it's so weak it, too, won't deliver a big punch of cold air in our direction so even friday will feel like spring. so the banner beach day on the
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the rip current risk is low. we'll art the day with the temperatures in the 60s and by the afternoon break out the bikinis. 82 for frfriday and the afternoon high and saturday morning a little cool and a nice day with 70s. by the afternoon monday near 80 and tuesday likewise rain chance remaining low. want to remind you your weather authority always here for you. meteorologist julie rda on deck tomorrow morning. hey, will. >> hey, betty. thanks so much. dwayne wade talks ababout the workout with lebron and the fighting irish gear up for march madness. >> and jimmy kimmel may have madness for you if you stay up later do i have something to show you!
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>> they do all that kind of stuff. >> that's really whe you know you're a big shot when you don't have to go to the mail box. >> i'm a movie star! >> with a great voice, too. here are the play 4 and fantasy 5 and your lotto numbers. we hope you win! >> good evening, south florida! constance jones with the traffic alert. traveling off of a1a, one northbound lane the be closed between parkwood and flamingo avenue and part of the long-term construction plan out there. when you're on hold, your business is on hold. that's why comcast business doesn't leave you there. when you call,
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>> while the heat get rey to face the suns, working out with the old friend. that old frfriend lebron jakes. james flew into south florida. what makes this range to many is soots the mitted of the season. though they had a few days off, they also had a lot of drama of late. wade says, though, from his perspective there is nothing strange about it at all.
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really working out ll with the best friends and obviously going to take his ti and this is a nice place to come and clear your mind and get away so it's not hard for me to work out here. >> been working out with him for 13 years. >> for the hurricanes basketball team looking to finish strong with two remaining games tonight with notre dame and saturday at virginia tech. if the canes went out it would guarantee at least a share of the acc regular season title. that's big-time stuff. canes coming out that way like big busters. and the team on fire. angel rodriguez giving you 21-3 lead. angel had 19 points before filing out and the second half with irish made it a 9 point gain and mclellan with the reverse and 68-50.


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