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Pittsburgh Pirates reliever Felipe Vázquez has been denied bail for the second time after he was arrested Tuesday for allegedly sending sexually explicit text messages to a 15-year-old girl from Lee County. He was denied bail for the second time in Westmoreland County in Pennsylvania. He was first denied bail Tuesday afternoon. Florida Department of Law Enforcement agents, with help from Pennsylvania State Police, took Vázquez into custody at his Pittsburgh apartment. The girl, now 15 years old, had a relationship with Vázquez over text and got a video from him in July of Vázquez performing a sex act, according to FDLE. According to the incident report filed by the Lee County Sheriff’s Office, the two originally met at a baseball stadium in Pennsylvania where they took a picture outside the bullpen. Shortly after that, the victim said she found him on social media and it, “escalated from there.” Vázquez is now awaiting extradition to Lee County. His extradition hearing is expected next Wednesday. The case will be handled by the State Attorney’s Office for the 20th Judicial Court in Fort Myers, according to FDLE.

Detectives are investigating a report of a child who said she was approached by two men in a car while she was walking home from school.  The 11-year-old girl said she was approached by two men after she got off her school bus around 4: 30 p.m. on Sept. 11, according to deputies. She said the men were driving a white four-door car near the intersection of Belville Boulevard and Lambton Lane in Berkshire Lakes.  When the men approached her, the person in the passenger seat told her to get into the car. The girl ran home and told her family, who then contacted law enforcement.  The Collier County Sheriff’s Office has released two composite sketches of the men. Detectives said the driver is described as white, in his mid-40s, with brown hair and no facial hair. The passenger is described as Hispanic with dark skin, black hair, brown eyes and chubby cheeks. The passenger spoke with an accent and was wearing a green polo shirt, according to CCSO.

You already know about Hurricane Humberto, now a major hurricane, but we have two new systems in the Atlantic Basin Tuesday evening. Tropical Storm Imelda has weakened to a Tropical Depression. The storm will track slowly through eastern Texas, dumping flooding rains for the next few days.  Tropical Depression Ten continues to churn in the Atlantic. The official forecast calls for the storm to continue to follow a general west-northwest trajectory, gradually gaining strength as it does. It is expected to strengthen to Tropical Storm Jerry during the day Wednesday.  By Friday and the weekend, it will be near the Lesser Antilles. The most likely outcome with this storm calls for it to turn to the north near or north of Puerto Rico, keeping it away from the United States.

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Krispy Kreme Launching “Monster Harvest” Donuts

Krispy Kreme Launching “Monster Harvest” Donuts

Krispy Kreme is pulling out all the stops for Halloween and by launching “Monster Harvest” donuts just in time for the season.  To celebrate “Monster Harvest,” Krispy Kreme will launch new Black Cat, Apple Monster, Pumpkin Custard Jack, and Halloween Color donuts.  Now when I tell you this part don’t get upset. The donuts are only available in Japan right now, but they will be coming to the States in a few weeks.

 

NBC’s ‘Peacock’ to join the streaming fray in April

 

Comcast’s NBCUniversal has announced their streaming service. It will join the ranks of Netflix and Hulu. ‘Peacock’ will include fan favorites like ‘Parks and Recreation’ and ‘The Office.’ The streaming service will launch in April. It will include reboots of “Saved By The Bell” and “Battlestar Galatica”