5 Things to Know in Florida for Oct. 30

FLORIDA EXECUTES MAN CONVICTED OF FATALLY STABBING HIS EX-WIFE, YOUNG DAUGHTER AND 2 OTHERS IN 1985

Florida Department of Corrections officials say Jerry Correll had a cheeseburger, french fries and a Coca-Cola as his final meal.

THE SEARCH IS ON FOR BABY GATOR STOLEN FROM WILDLIFE CENTER

Busch Wildlife officials say they saw a hole cut into the alligator enclosure earlier this week. A similar incident had previously happened at the baby turtle enclosure which were eventually returned.

FLIGHT DELAYED AFTER PLANE CATCHES FIRE AT FORT LAUDERDALE HOLLYWOOD INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

One person was seriously injured and roughly a dozen suffered minor injuries after they have to slide down chutes to evacuate the plane, after its engine caught fire.

WOMAN WHO ACCUSED FLORIDA OFFICER ACQUITTED OF RAPE SETTLES WITH CITY FOR $800K

The woman says her civil lawsuit against Stephen Maiorino and the City of Boynton Beach is not about money, but about holding Maiorino accountable for what she says he did. Maiorino’s attorneys say the sex was consensual.

MOM, BOYFRIEND TO GO TO TRIAL TOGETHER IN MISSING TOT CASE

Circuit Judge Mark Borello ruled Thursday that separate juries will decide the fates of Lonna Lauramore Barton and William Ruben Ebron Jr. following their Dec. 7 trial. Lonzie Barton was 21 months old when he disappeared in July.

 

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