5 Things to Know in Florida for Feb. 14

Your daily look at news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today.

JUVENILES ACCUSED OF RUNNING CHILD PORN INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT

Police are urging parents in South Florida to check the online accounts of their children after three teens were accused of creating an Instagram account to solicit and post explicit photos of other minors. Pembroke Pines police arrested two boys, ages 12 and 15, and a 13-year-old girl Thursday. They face charges of electronic transmission of child pornography. The arrests followed a 10-week investigation.

SUSPECTS IN MULTIPLE SHOOTING CAPTURED IN JACKSONVILLE

A man and woman suspected in the shooting deaths of three people in a Pasco County mobile home have been arrested in Jacksonville. Jacksonville police officers spotted 26-year-old Christopher Lee Duncan and 38-year-old Dora Delgado inside a car Thursday evening. They were arrested and are being held on three counts of first-degree murder and one attempted murder charge.

WOMAN DIES WEEKS AFTER CHRISTMAS DAY SHOOTING IN OCALA

An Ocala woman has died some six weeks after a Christmas Day shooting that also killed her husband. Officials say 55-year-old Mary Lou Hutson died Thursday afternoon at an Ocala hospital. Detectives say she was shot twice by 18-year-old Preston Daniel Pollard, who was the estranged boyfriend of an 18-year-old woman living in the home. Richard Hutson died at the scene shortly after midnight on Dec. 25.

JUDGE ATTACKED DURING HEARING IN MIAMI

A South Florida judge is back on the bench a day after he was attacked by a defendant during a court hearing. Circuit Judge Robert Luck was hearing a case Thursday when 57-year-old Ricardo Garganelly charged him. The Miami Herald reports Luck suffered a scratch to his neck and a laceration on the back of his head. He declined medical attention from paramedics. Garganelly was in the courtroom after being declared mentally incompetent to proceed to trial for battery on someone over 65.

ALL-STAR GAME TO BE PLAYED IN MIAMI IN 2017

Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred has made it official – the Miami Marlins will host the 2017 All-Star Game. Manfred made the announcement Friday at a news conference at Marlins Park. Among those attending were Florida Gov. Rick Scott, the Marlins’ Giancarlo Stanton and Jose Fernandez, and several former players, including Gary Sheffield and Mike Lowell. Marlins Park opened in 2012.

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