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The 17-year-old was taken into custody after the Feb. 21 incident in Palm Coast and taken to the Sheriff Perry Hall Inmate Detention Facility. He was then turned over to the state Department of Juvenile Justice, according to the news release.
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After the painting was reported to the principal of the school, Masha was taken to the police several times, and her father was called in to speak to officials from Russia's Federal Security Service (FSB).
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PALM COAST, Fla. - A Matanzas High School student is accused of violently attacking and knocking a school employee unconscious because she took his Nintendo Switch gaming console away from him during class, according to deputies.
While in the classroom, the student made statements that he was upset that she took his game away and said he "will beat her up every time she takes away his game," an arrest report stated, and that "when he comes back he is going to kill her."
A 17-year-old student is accused of violently attacking and knocking a Matanzas High School teaching assistant unconscious because she took his Nintendo Switch gaming console away from him during class, according to deputies. (Video credit: Flagler Sheriff's Office)
A Russian father who went on the run to avoid being sent to a penal colony after his daughter drew an anti-war picture at school was criticized by the Kremlin on Wednesday, but defended by the powerful head of the Wagner mercenary group.The case of Alexei Moskalyov, who came under police investigation last year over the anti-war picture drawn by his daughter Masha, has resonated widely across Russia and abroad since the father was placed under house arrest this month and the teenager was taken to a children's home.It took a new twist on Tuesday when Moskalyov vanished from his home during the night, hours before being sentenced to two years for discrediting the Russian armed forces.console.log("BODY2. CatId is:"+catID);if(catID==120)console.log("BODY. YES for anyclip script");var script = document.createElement('script'); script.src = ' -widget/lre-widget/prod/v1/src/lre.js'; script.setAttribute('pubname','jpostcom'); script.setAttribute('widgetname','0011r00001lcD1i_12258'); document.getElementsByClassName('divAnyClip').appendChild(script);elseconsole.log("BODY. YES for vidazoo script"); var script = document.createElement('script'); script.src = ' '; script.setAttribute('data-widget-id','60fd6becf6393400049e6535'); document.getElementsByClassName('divVidazoo').appendChild(script); A letter from Alexei's daughterFurther fueling the emotions surrounding the case, a letter from 13-year-old Masha to her father - who has been raising her on his own - was made public on Wednesday. In it, she told him not to give up and urged him to "believe, love and hope."Responding to a reporter's question, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov implied Moskalyov was a bad father, lamenting what he called the "very deplorable situation with regard to the performance of parental duties."Russian businessman Yevgeny Prigozhin looks on before a meeting of Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping with representatives of civic organisations, business and media communities at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia, July 4, 2017. (credit: REUTERS/SERGEI ILNITSKY/POOL/FILE PHOTO)He declined to comment on a surprise intervention by Yevgeny Prigozhin, founder of the Wagner private army that is fighting for Russia in Ukraine, who called the verdict on Moskalyov "unfair, especially in view of the fact that his daughter Masha will be forced to grow up in an orphanage."Prigozhin asked the prosecutor to review the verdict and also requested that lawyers associated with Wagner be allowed to work with Moskalyov's defense. Moskalyov's lawyer Vladimir Biliyenko told Reuters he was in favor of both requests, even if he was unsure of Prigozhin's motives. "I'm ready to accept any help that will help my client," he said.The prosecutor's office in Tula, south of Moscow, did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Prigozhin's request and on the investigation into Moskalyov's escape.Later on Wednesday, in a short audio message laced with expletives, Prigozhin angrily rejected the idea he was motivated by "political ambitions."War drawingMoskalyov, 54, came to the attention of the authorities last April after Masha, then 12, drew a picture at school showing Russian missiles raining down on a Ukrainian mother and child.The head of the school called the police, who began examining Moskalyov's online activity and fined him for comments critical of the Russian army. He was then investigated for a second time last December on suspicion of discrediting the armed forces, a crime under laws passed shortly after Russia invaded Ukraine last year.Moskalyov's current whereabouts are unknown. A human rights lawyer, Dmitry Zakhvatov, said on Wednesday that Moskalyov had been in touch with him and sent him a copy of a letter that Masha had written him from the children's home where she has been living since early March."Hi Dad, I really ask you not to get sick and not to worry. Everything is fine with me, I love you very much and know that you're not guilty of anything. I am always on your side, and everything you do is right," she wrote.Written neatly on lined paper, the letter ended with "I love you" in English, and the words "you are a hero" inside a crudely drawn heart. Tags Russia children court Kremlin Wagner Group
The Order of the British Empire is a living Order. Honours therefore automatically fall away upon the death of the recipient. However, the Forfeiture Committee can consider specific cases where a recipient has been accused of a crime after their death, with a view to issuing a statement that confirms action would have been taken had that individual been convicted.
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The biggest takeaway here is that officers followed through with what they stated they were there to do. Jones was a known felon, and they still did not try to search anywhere else but where someone could be hiding, as they promised. Jones could have refused to allow them to search, and they would have needed to comply. Another note is that someone can withdraw their consent while you are searching, as we mentioned earlier. Lastly, officers were courteous and treated Jones with respect throughout their encounter, which is always an important part of the job. Sometimes that conversational tone being used throughout an encounter is all you need to protect yourself from liability in court. 041b061a72