January 15, 2021

Toddler Dies in Hot Car After Father Allegedly Refuses to Let Police Break Window

A toddler named Sayah Deal died in Las Vegas on Monday after she was left in a car and her father reportedly refused to allow anyone to break a window to get her out.

People reported that 27-year-old Sidney Deal was arrested following the incident. Both Deal’s brother and law enforcement tried to smash the car’s windows to save the 1-year-old girl, but Deal refused.

“He immediately took his shirt off, wrapped it around his knuckles and was ready to punch the window,” according to the police report. “Sidney stopped him and said he wanted to wait for a tow truck. Sidney insisted he not damage his new vehicle, stating he had just bought the car and did not have the money to repair a broken window.”

The police eventually broke the window despite Deal being adamant about wanting to protect his vehicle. They discovered the infant was not breathing

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Orthodontist allegedly hid in rival’s car and stabbed her

A New York orthodontist pleaded not guilty Wednesday to an attack on her ex-fiance’s new girlfriend, who was stabbed by someone hiding in her car.

Minutes after the stabbing, the orthodontist showed up at the chaotic scene to offer medical help — only to be identified by the victim as her attacker.

Alika Crew, 41, was arraigned in Westchester County Court on charges of second-degree attempted murder, first-degree assault, second-degree assault and first-degree unlawful imprisonment related to the July 28 attack in New Rochelle, N.Y.

The 30-year-old victim had spent the night with her boyfriend at the house he still shared with Crew, though the two had broken their engagement. As the woman drove away, someone who was crouched behind the driver’s seat stabbed her in the left side of the neck, New Rochelle police said.

The wounded woman fled the car, pursued by her attacker, and her hand was

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Toddler Dies in Hot Car After Father Allegedly Refuses Police’s Offer to Break Windows

Sidney Deal

A 1-year-old girl in Las Vegas is dead after she was accidentally locked inside of a hot car and her father refused to break open the windows, according to authorities.

Sidney Deal, 27, was arrested on Monday after rebuffing help from both his brother and the police to smash open the windows and rescue his dying daughter Sayah, claiming that he couldn’t afford to pay for any damages to his new car, The Las Vegas Review-Journal reported.

Officers were called to the scene at around 3:30 p.m. and offered to break the windows, call a tow truck or get a locksmith for Deal, who had left his keys inside the car, according to the outlet, citing an arrest report from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.

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Authorities said Deal declined and

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Brighton man charged after allegedly throwing sandbag off overpass, hitting car

NOVI, MI — A Brighton man accused of throwing sandbags off of an overpass and hitting a car earlier this week was arraigned on a felony charge Wednesday. David Garcia, 41, appeared in 52-1 District Court for a charge of throwing objects at trains/cars causing serious impairment and was given a cash bond of $50,000.

Garcia was charged in the case after he allegedly threw several sandbags off of the overpass at I-96 near Old Plank Road Sunday night. Police say they were called to the scene around 11 p.m. for a one-car crash and eventually determined that the vehicle in the crash belonged to Garcia.

Following the crash, police say Garcia walked up the offramp and into a construction area where he found the sandbags. he began hurling them off the overpass and actually hit a vehicle driven by a woman traveling along westbound I-96. The sandbag crashed through

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MSP arrest man who allegedly threw sandbags off I-96 overpass, hit car’s windshield

LYON TOWNSHIP, MI — Michigan State Police have arrested a man who allegedly threw several 40-pound sandbags off of an overpass at cars traveling along I-96 Sunday night. MSP troopers were called by the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office around 11 p.m. Sunday for assistance with an accident investigation.

MSP arrived at the scene along westbound I-96 near Old Plank Road and took over the investigation which determined that a male suspect crashed his truck near the overpass. After crashing, the suspect walked up the Old Plank Road overpass, which is currently under construction.

Once in the construction zone, the suspect allegedly began hurling sandbags off the overpass and was trying to strike passing vehicles on the freeway. One vehicle was hit by a sandbag which crashed through her windshield, according to police. That victim suffered serious injuries as a result of the incident and was taken to a nearby hospital

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La. Boy, 2, Died of Heatstroke After Mom Allegedly Left Him in Car

Facebook Broussard with Ryatt

A young mother is behind bars in Louisiana, accused of negligent homicide in the hot-car death of her 2-year-old son, according to local news outlets.

Natalie Broussard was arrested on Monday, and is being held with no bond in the Lafayette Parish Correctional Center, reports KNOE-TV, KLFY-TV, and KATC-TV.

The Lafayette Parish Coroner’s Office identified the deceased toddler as Ryatt Hensley.

Ryatt died from heatstroke, the autopsy confirmed.

Ryatt was discovered inside a hot vehicle on Sunday afternoon.

The reports fail to indicate how long Ryatt is believed to have been in the vehicle prior to being found.

Police were called to Broussard’s home in Duson on Sunday just before 2 p.m.

She was charged with negligent homicide Monday, following a brief investigation into the boy’s death.

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South Dakota AG called ‘a coward’ after allegedly striking, killing local man with car

The cousin of a South Dakota man who was fatally struck by a car driven by the state attorney general slammed the official as a “coward” as he revealed new details about the tragic night and the events that followed, according to a recent report.

Victor Nemec told the Daily Mail his cousin, Joe Boever, called him at 7:49 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 12 to tell him he “had accidentally driven his pickup in a ditch and slammed it into a big round bale of hay.”

“[H]e needed me to come get him and give him a ride home,” Nemec, 58, told the outlet. It was the last time he spoke to his cousin.

Victor’s brother, Nick Nemec, previously told Fox News that Victor and Boever had planned to meet and retrieve the truck in the morning, which Victor confirmed to the Mail.


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