5 Things to Know in Florida for Oct. 27

RECORDS SHOW MOM OF 11-YEAR-OLD FLORIDA GIRL FOUND IN FREEZER WAS ACCUSED OF ABUSING 5 KIDS FOR YEARS

In the past decade, child welfare investigators visited the home of Keishanna Thomas 10 times amid allegations that she beat one of her five children with an electric cord and left another child with 22 scars while living in a home that, at times, was filled with rats and roaches.

REPORT: MAN WAS CALLING ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE WHEN SHOT BY COP

Phone records show that a man was on the phone with AT&T’s roadside assistance when he was fatally shot by a Palm Beach Gardens police officer along an Interstate 95 off-ramp. The Palm Beach) obtained records of calls made by 31-year-old Corey Jones on his employer-issued cellphone after his vehicle broke down Oct. 18.

UNIVERSAL THEME PARKS RECORD HIGHEST SUMMER ATTENDANCE

Harry Potter and the Fast and Furious helped boost attendance at Comcast Corp’s theme parks in Orlando and California. Comcast on Tuesday said the theme parks had their strongest ever summer attendance.

MAN ACCUSED OF SHOOTING WIFE DURING ARGUMENT

A central Florida man is accused of shooting his wife twice during an argument while their children were in the home. Holly Hill police say 42-year-old Anibal Muniz Jr. faces an attempted first-degree murder charge and remains in jail without bond.

AFTER 3 UNBELIEVABLE DAYS, UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI FOOTBALL TEAM RETURNS TO PRACTICE

Interim football coach Larry Scott led the practice for the first time since Al Golden was fired following the team lost to Clemson 58-0.

 

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