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Officers arrested a teenager Thursday accused of stealing some wreckage of the Porsche that "Fast & Furious" star Paul Walker rode in when he died in a crash, and a second suspect was planning to turn himself in, authorities said.
The theft occurred as the 2005 Porsche Carrera GT was being towed from the accident scene Saturday night,
The investigation led detectives to Jameson Witty, 18, who was arrested at his home in
Witnesses told investigators that they saw someone driving behind the tow truck that was hauling away wreckage hours after the fiery crash that killed Walker and friend Roger Rodas, who was driving the car and also died.
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According to the LA Times, a coaltion of LA employee unions are challenging the labor agreement struck by city officials and the DWP.
Eric Garcetti had previously touted the deal saying it would produce new savings by cutting some retirment costs and avoiding pay raises for three years. Now other city departments want to sue over the deal saying that it would hurt their ability to shift to DWP jobs in the future.
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According to the LA Weekly, a quadriplegic man named John Carpenterfiled 257 lawsuits in LA County under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The LA Weekly did some digginf and found that Carpenter has filed more than 1,000 lawsuits in LA County and has made a sizeable amount of cash from those lawsuits.
But now, lawyers representing businesses sued by Carpenter have unearthed the man's sordid past: He is a convicted child molester from Utah, who was set free after serving less than two days of a one- to- 15-year sentence.
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According to the Boston Globe, President Obama acknowledged that he once lived with his Kenyan uncle, Onyango Obama, despite a statement from the administration saying he had never met his uncle.
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According to Fox News, so called "cannibal sandwiches," which are appetizers of raw, lean ground beef that is served on cocktail bread, have been deemed not safe by health officials after dozens of peoplr got sick last holiday season.
Although it is a Wisconsin tradition, officials confirmed four cases of E. coli bacteria and 13 likely cases in people who ate the special sandwhiches last year.
The appetizer, also called "tiger meat," ''steak tartare" or simply "ground beef," is usually a simple dish of lean ground meat seasoned with salt and pepper on rye cocktail bread with sliced raw onion. Occasionally, a raw egg will be mixed with the meat.
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According to the Daily Beast, detained border crossers may find themselves in ICE detention "freezers."
Some detainees get sent the "las hieleras" which are the cold holding cells at many stations along the U.S.- Mexico border.
According to court documents many immigrants have been held for days in rooms kept at temperatures so low that some have developed illnesses associated with the cold, lack of sleep, and overcrowding.
Fast food workers in 100 cities will walk off the job today, and protesters will show up in 100 more to call for drastically higher wages for the nation's lowest-paid workers. The movement started with a small strike in New York City last year, and has ballooned since, with an August edition hitting 60 cities—though the AP notes that in many of those places only a few people actually showed up. But this time the strikes come as the living wage issue is heating up. "I think there's growing recognition that a nerve has been touched," the head of the Service Employees International Union tells the New York Times. "This isn't going to blow over." Here's how that debate is shaking out:
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