( Fox News ) A Florida pit bull who had people across the nation pulling for him after he was left for dead in a suitcase with multiple stab wounds died Thursday night. Ollie was 1.
Ollie’s story drew attention after there was a major effort to keep him alive. People across the country offered to adopt him.
Ollie was found in Hollywood, Fla., Tuesday stuffed inside a blue suitcase. He’d been stabbed more than 50 times, according to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
A GoFundMe page that was set up for him raised about $40,000 before his death.
He was found when someone heard his cries about 1 a.m. Tuesday, and contacted police, according to the Sun-Sentinel. Ollie was taken to the VCA Hollywood Animal Hospital, where he died, the newspaper said.
- Teacher Preston Smith to erect a 6-foot-tall metal pentagram which features the captions: “In Satan We Trust,” “One Nation under Antichrist” and “May the Children Hail Satan.”
- Pastor Mark Boykin: “It’s evil, it’s the essence of evil. I will take the responsibility for taking the sledgehammer and knocking it down”
( Daily Wire ) A Florida school teacher is planning on setting up a Satanic display that specifically calls children to “Hail Satan” next to a Christmas display in December.
Preston Smith, a middle school language arts teacher, said he intends to erect a 6-foot-tall metal pentagram that weighs 300-pounds which features the captions: “In Satan We Trust,” “One Nation under Antichrist” and “May the Children Hail Satan.”
“We can’t say no to this, as offensive as it is. Our lawyers said whatever you do, don’t do that. Because it will be an expensive lawsuit,” said Jeremy Rodgers, Boca Raton Deputy Mayor, told CBS 12 on Tuesday.
Pastor Mark Boykin, Senior Pastor at Church of All Nations, said he will not sit by and watch someone promote evil during a time that is sacred to Christians.
“It’s evil, it’s the essence of evil. I will take the responsibility for taking the sledgehammer and knocking it down,” Boykin said.
( Daily Mail ) Two childcare workers face charges after a Snapchat video emerged showing them bullying an autistic eight-year-old boy who is crying and hiding under a table.
The footage shows Kaderrica Smith, 26 and Alexus Henderson, 19, cruelly berating the little boy at Our Children’s Academy in Winter Haven, Florida. The school has programs and therapies for children with limited verbal abilities and severe medical challenges.
Police told KTLA Smith is being charged with battery and child abuse while Henderson is being charged with child neglect.
They were both fired from the daycare following the incident and their childcare certifications have been blocked.
- Kynse Agles: ‘Maybe this will work. HOT single female seeks sexy lineman to electrify her life!’
Kynse Agles, a mother one of one, was recovering from and operation where she got a double organ transplant ( new pancreas and kidney ) when hurricane Irma hit Fort Meyers and knocked out their electricity. .
While she found a place to stay that had electricity, which was crucial because of the environment she needed to be in for her recovery, a brilliant idea came to her mind.
As Agles cruised Facebook, she came across a post where someone had a sign out front asking for help to turn the power back on. The Florida mom believed that she could pull it off better. So she got some pink spray paint and plywood from her neighbor. Then she posted a photo next to the sign and let the power of social media do the rest.
Two days later, Agles followed up with a second post with two linemen holding the sign:
At least 20 people have been arrested across Florida for trying to loot empty businesses and homes that have been evacuated in preparation for Hurricane Irma.
Two people burst into an Orlando sporting store and allegedly stole guns, before facing off with SWAT in a standoff.
Shocking videos also emerged of gangs trying to break into stores and take advantage of deserted properties.
Police were called to the scene after witnesses reported a burglary at Academy Sports near the Mall at Millenia in Orlando, WESH reported.
Soon afterward, SWAT team officers arrived when it became clear the looters were allegedly trying to steal guns.
Read more: At least 19 looters are arrested across Florida during Irma crime spree: Thieves prompt SWAT standoff after robbing a store for GUNS while others are caught on camera breaking into a sports shop
Fort Lauderdale police announced the arrest of two alleged looters who broke into six homes overnight Saturday. Authorities identified the suspects as Ryan Cook and Max Saintvil, both 28 years of age
Two people burst into an Orlando sporting store and allegedly stole guns, before facing off with SWAT in a standoff. Police were called to the scene after witnesses reported a burglary at Academy Sports (above) near the Mall at Millenia in Orlando
A twitter post by a daughter of police officer reports damage from Key West: Marathon completely underwater, fire in Key Largo, snake creek bridge destroyed, Key West severely flooded.
Pray for Florida.
Hurricane Irma Rips Roof Off Building in Downtown Miami. A terrifying footage of a roof being ripped off a building in West Brickell, Miami by Hurricane Irma shared on twitter.
Flood everywhere and six tornadoes have touched down.