WEBVTT ASTONISHED AND SADDENED TO SEEWHO WALKED UP TO HIS HOME .>> YEA, SOMEBODY JUST STOLESOMETHING OFF MY PORCH, APACKAGE I HAD FOR DELIVERY.DATE THIS PORTION OF THE CALL TO: 911 DIDN'T INCLUDE THE MOSTASTONISHING DETAIL.ONCE THE HOMEOWNER REALIZED HISPACKAGE VANISHED AFTER IT WASDELIVERED HE WENT TO LOOK AT HISVIDEO SECURITY SYSTEM, HE WASSTUNNED TO SEE WHO CAME TO HISPORCH.HE HAD TO LOOK CLOSE, NOTBELIEVING HIS EYES.HE BELIEVES IT WAS A LITTLE BOYWHO CAME UP THE WALK, PLUCKINGTHE PACKAGE...
WEBVTT LIVE WHERE THE THE CLEANUP UPAFTER THE DAMAGE IS GETTINGEXPENSIVE AND ANNOYING.DAVE: THEY HAVE PLYWOOD OVER TWOOF THE AREAS THAT HAD BROKENGLASS OVERNIGHT.ON THE LITTLE CAESARS ON THISSIDE, SUBWAY OVER HERE, ALSOWITH BROKEN FRONT GLASS THEFIRST THING THIS MORNING, AND ONTHE VERY END, THE OWNER OF BEEFO BRADY'S, THE OWNER IS SICK OFIT AND HAS SOME ADVICE.GET A JOB.DAVE: AND STAY OUT OF HISBUSINESS IS ALSO HIS ADVICE ASHE SHARED WITH US THIS PHOTO OFTHE SMASHED GLASS OUT OF HISFRONT...
WEBVTT CAN SNIFF OUT GUNSAND DRUGS, BUT NOW THEY AREDOING SOMETHING DIFFERENT.WESH 2'S DAVE MCDANIEL EXPLAINS.>> WANT TO GO TO WORK?LET'S GO TO WORK.DAVE: THIS CHOCOLATE LABNICKNAMED SIRI LIKES NOTHINGBETTER THAN GOING TO WORK.WE WERE ABLE TO WATCH THISRESCUE DOG PERFORM A VERYSPECIFIC, VERY NEW TO LAWENFORCEMENT SKILL.>> SHOW ME.SHOW ME.DAVE: SIRI IS TRAINED TO SNIFFOUT ELECTRONICS, SD CARDS,TABLETS, LAP TOPS, DURING THEMANUFACTURE OF THESE COMPONENTS,THERE'S A DISTINCT CHEMICALAROMA, AND...
Woman arrested!! Accused of grabbing the gun of a deputy and squeezing off a shot while it was still in the holster. Nobody hurt. We spoke with nearby office workers who heard the commotion but were stunned to hear the details. @weshhttps://t.co/5zh3tHD0P9
Remember this car we showed you? A little boy got out of it and took a package from a Deltona home. We now know he was ONLY 6 years old and a relative has been arrested for principal to burglary--- child neglect--- and contributing to delinquency Homeowner's video did it. https://t.co/cfskY4LEQy
A woman dead, a man in grave condition after a shooting on Orange Avenue in Sanford Police say the man called 9-1-1. Both were alive when police arrived but woman passed at hospital. Not looking for any suspects. Believe whatever happened, was between them https://t.co/jbp2c6iXGv
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