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The man arrested for robbing a convenience store at gunpoint has been identified Tony Youngblood is accused of robbing a convenience store at gunpoint and was arrested after deputies tracked down his rental getaway car.  On Monday, the Lee County Sheriff’s Office responded to an armed robbery at the Star Food Mart, located on Lee Boulevard. According to an employee working inside the store, the man barged into the store while pointing his gun. He demanded cash from the register and ran off with an unknown amount of money. A witness who was in the shopping plaza’s parking lot watched the man run to his car but made sure to take down the license plate number before he was able to get away. When they arrived to the man’s address, which was provided by the company, the suspect took off. Deputies were able to catch up to him.

Students might no longer be able to escape detection when it comes to using e-cigarettes in schools. Alarming numbers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirm a spike in e-cigarette use. Southwest Florida school districts also reported sharp increases in students being caught with e-cigarettes. A new device that is sweeping schools across the U.S. is now being considered for use in Charlotte and Lee County schools. The device, resembling a smoke alarm, is put in private areas like bathrooms and locker rooms and can sense when someone is using an e-cigarette. The devices don’t record any video or audio. The Lee County School District said in 2016, 150 kids were caught vaping. In 2017, 543 and in 2018, 900 kids were caught vaping at school. The devices are put in places where students are typically caught vaping.

A Florida school district is considering cracking down on parents and guardians taking pictures in school. This comes after a family posted a school tour video on Youtube, getting one million views and showing other children’s faces. Pasco County  parents are now expressing concern that this is exposing their kids’ privacy and putting them at risk . Lee County said visitors must have appropriate administrative approval before making any audio or visual recording of students  As far as the Collier County School District’s policy, visitors are not permitted to record while on-site, unless it is pre-approved by the superintendent. And in Charlotte County, the student code of conduct prohibits the recording and releasing of student images.

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Dan Akroyd Confirms “Ghostbusters” Return

When the “Ghostbusters” sequel hits theaters in 2020, Dan Akroyd will play a part in the film.

Akroyd announced today that he will be returning for the sequel during a sit down on the Joe Rogan podcast.

“Ivan Reitman’s son Jason has written a new movie called, well, it’s gonna be Ghostbusters, the third movie,” Akroyd said during the interview. “It will be all, most of the original people and the young stars.”

 

Lori Loughlin ‘Incredibly Panicked’ After Felicity Huffman Prison Sentencing, Source Says

Lori Loughlin isn’t quite sure what time she will face for her role in the college admissions scandal.

However, the actress is apparently in a panic according to close sources.

Loughlin is concerned after the two week sentence and $30,000 fine given to Felicity Huffman.

She pleaded not guilty in the case.