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kropff. and i'm ian reitz. a story that will break your heart. thousands of people are sharing an 11-year-old boy's story on facebook. we're working to get answers for you after the bo accused of locking him up in a closet for 3 years. 10news reporter sarah hollenbeck is live in the satellite center. sarah, this family was investigated 6 times by the dcf agency in la. yes, and every single time dcf dropped the case--- or did not investigate furthur. it's infuriating when you think of all our local cases here that follow a similar pattern. yonatan daniel aguilar's mother is
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bars this morning after her husband alerted police that his stepson was found dead in a closet at the family's home. police believe his mother veronica was keeping her son locked in a closet for three years. yonathan's siblings told police their mother was using sleeping aids on the boy and locking him in closets, so small he couldn't stretch out his feet. and although dcfs investigated the family six times for possible abuse or neglect and yonatan's risk of abuse at home was gauged as "high" social workers never opened a case. veronica aguilar, who volunteered at her kids' school, apparently convinced everyone nothing was amiss, our cbs affiliate in la reports. investigators reportedly talked to the school nurse, the school doctors, school counselors, the teachers, and lapd investigators, who all said everything
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here's what i'm looking into at 6-30. this story has several of you talking on facebook--i'm digging through your comments. plus, what our cbs sister station in la is doing to hold dcfs accountable. back to you.... before you head out to your halloween party tonight or take your kids trick-or- treating, we have a warning for you. 10news reporter emerald morrow is live in pinellas park this morning. emerald, some people are goi themselves this year. after a few creepy clown sightings and a few threats in brevard county, some people say when they take their kids out tonight...they're taking whatever they need with them
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one woman said she's going to have a bat, and another one says she'll be toting a gun just to be on the safe side. she said she is personally terrified of guns and if a clown comes to mess with her or her kid, she won't hesitate to shoot. but officials say this mentality could put someone who doesn't mean any harm in danger. so it's safe to say it's probably a good idea to stay away from clown costumes this year. but clowns aren't the only costumes you should stay away from people dressed up as the twin towers, others with the president in a noose... at 6, i'll explain why these costumes are no laughing matter. a developing story out of largo this crews work overnight to remove a semi-truck dangling after crashing into a
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brought you this sunday night at 11 as breaking news. it happened in largo at the intersection of indian rocks road and adrian avenue. here's video from the scene last night. largo police say the driver was pulled from the water after blowing through a stop sign at a dead end. narrowly missing two homes. largo police suspect alcohol may have been a factor saying the drivid while emergency crews were on scene. a second driver sped through the closed intersection. that driver was later arrested for d.u.i. hillary clinton and former president bill clinton will be in the bay area tomorrow. this comes after the f-b-i announced it obtained a warrant to begin looking through thousands of newly discovered emails. some of which could be related to the investigation into clinton's use of a private email server. over the summer, fbi director james comey announced the fbi would not seek criminal
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server while secretary of state. in the latest cbs news poll, just five percent of democrats say they're less likely to support clinton now. a search is also underway in pinellas county this morning. that's after florida highway patrol says a man ran away after causing a huge crash near roosevelt boulevard and u-s 19 on sunday morning. a trooper was trying to stop him for doing 90 in a 55 mile-an-hour speed zone. the driver lost control and hit one car, setting off a chain-reaction crash with two re is the honda civic the suspect was driving, you can see the entire front end is completely smashed in, but he was able to run away. if you have a minute.. take a look at your screen. this is the guy troopers and police are looking for in the white tank top. they say he ran through the parking lot of the carmax off roosevelt, and then into a nearby motel where he was caught in this surveillance video. deputies used helicopters and k- 9s to search but they couldn't find him. if you know or saw anything, get in
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stoppers. right now saint pete police are trying to figure out why a man broke into the florida holocaust museum. they say nothing was stolen or broken, but 23- year-old christopher ve- negas was inside for several minutes. police got a look at surveillance video that shows him kicking and breaking an electronic security panel before he went inside the building. the florida holocaust museum says security measures kept him from getting past a delivery area. venegas was arrested and released on bond. this is really interesting. some office workers in london got tired of sitting behind their desks all day.. so, their boss enlisted their help in a new "walk and talk" program to get their creative juices flowing.. and their heart heart rates going. they are called 30 minute "mobile meetings" and so far employees seem to like them. managers started the program eight months ago and want to continue them saying it's a positive direction for both workflow and health. if you're looking for something to do tonight to
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fright night at st. armands circle in sarasota. there will be decorated store fronts and creepy characters around every corner. there is trick or treating for kids and this is pretty cool, sarasota high school is leading a performance of "thriller" at 8:00. the event starts at 6:00. and if you're looking for somewhere to take your kids trick or treating, ellenton premium outlets is hosting a halloween celebration from five to seven tonight. you'll want to first stop by guest services in the food court for details and a goody bag before you begin! we have more locations to trick or treat on our website w-t-s-p dot com. halloween may thanksgiving or christmas, but many people still love to celebrate. the national retail federation says we spend almost eight-and-a- half billion dollars a year on halloween! that's almost 83 dollars a person. more than three-billion of that is on costumes. and two-and-a- half billion is spent on candy. we are just hours away from trick-or treaters going out and getting some candy. as you greet those little ones, you'll want to make sure your pets don't try to make a run for it. coming up tonight on 10 news and c-b-s.
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if you are just joining us this morning, here are some stories we are staying on top of for you. a good reminder this halloween to be mindful of the costume you dress up in. for example, this creepy clown craze has a lot of people on edge, so you may want to think twice about dressing up as one. others go way too far like this college football game.. where someone dressed up as president barack obama that appeared to have a noose around his neck. experts say to just use common sense when dressing up. a disturbing story out of los angeles. an investigation
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morning after a boy was found dead in closet. police say the 11-year-old boy had been in locked away in there for three years. he was last seen publicly in 2012. his mother, who you see right here, told everyone she has sent the boy to an institution in mexico. before he disappeared, his family had been reported to d-c-f-s six times for possible abuse or neglect. she has pleaded not guilty to his murder. just over a week until election day and both hillary and bill clinton will be in the bay area tomorrow campaigning. the fbi has obtained a warrant to begin looking through newly discovered emails...that could be related to the now-closed investigation into hillary clinton's use of a private email server. the emails were found on the laptop top clinton aide, huma abedin, allegedly shared with her estranged husband -- former new york congressman, anthony weiner. the former congressman is under investigation for allegedly sending illicit text messages to a minor. an extremely rare, white moose was spotted in alaska. take a look at this: even its antlers are white.
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than 175 thousand wild moose in alaska, but very few are white. it's because of something called "velvet" on its antlers. it's a type of skin that eventually sheds. as you preparing your home for trick-or-treaters tonight, you may want to have a safety plan in place for your dog or cat. if you're not careful, trick-or- treaters could send your pets jolting out of your front door. experts say it's not unusual to see pet owners come looking for stray animals around this time of year. also, you want to watch for any
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also, you want to watch for any candy that may have been dropped on the ground. some candy can be harmful to your pets. newspaper tease: tampa bay times and
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newspaper tease: tampa bay times and the ledger we have a lot to get to here on 10 news this morning. it's something you've probably noticed: airline seats getting smaller! why it's now creating a safety issue and the push to change it. and costume controversy. what one celebrity wore over the weekend that now has her apologizing. we are working on all those stories, plus ashley has your halloween forecast and we'll check out how the morning commute looks, all coming
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a live look outside wrigley field this morning. a quiet morning today following last night's big win of game 5. tomorrow the cubs take on the indians in cleveland. the indians lead the series 3-2. volkswagen says
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our children, they look up to us. what we value, how we treat others. who we'll entrust our country and their future to. will it be the one respected around the world, or the one who frhtens r allies and emboldens our enemies? the one with the deep understanding of the challenges we face, or the one who is unprepared for them? a steady hand? or a loose cannon?
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or a man who's spent his life helping himself? our children are looking to us. what example will we set? what kind of country will we be? hillary clinton, because we're stronger together.
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you love all-day breakfast. but you don't love that you can't get all your favorites. but now you can get more of what you love. so you can find something else to not love. than a million of its cars with updated pollution control software. the announcement comes about a year after the german automaker admitted it installed software on its diesel cars to cheat on emission tests. volkswagen is also rolling out a new seven- passenger s-u-v which will be available in the spring.
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to spend more on halloween candy this year than you have in the past four years. a new report from i-h-s global insights predicts americans will spend nearly four billion dollars.. or about 30 dollars per household. the report suggests if you want to get a good deal on sweets.. hold out until tomorrow. beautiful weather on the boardwalk here in historic john's pass village on madiera beach. lot's of fresh gulf seafood, live music and much more....sunday was the final day of the john's pass seafood festival. this is going to make a lot of you happy this morning. stars of the downton abby t-v series are hoping for a green light on the movie version. laura carmichael played lady edith. she says the script is ready but the cast is still waiting. a live look from
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welcome to "10news this morning." we are kicking off the 6:00 hour. these numbers are gonna warm up a lot throughout the course of the day today. we have a lot of sunshine in the northeast winds a little bit breezy at times. that's going to be the only issue today. if you don't like the warm temperatures, we are expecting mid-to-upper 80s today. a bill cool down for this weekend i will tell you about in ten minutes. good morning. hot spots at 6:00 on your monday. i am road warrior hilary zalla. i am on top of a fatal accident. 64 is shut down at taylor because of this.
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because it is a fatal crash there is an investigation going on. north of this accident is your accident, state route 62. i will take you across the bay, get you bridge drive times and have your interstate drive times coming up. your news. your community. we are putting the news back in the morning. this is "10news this morning" at six. good monday morning. welcome to "10news this morning." i am allison kropff. >> i am ian reitz. every year we see stories of people who take dressing up too far. >> emerald morrow is live in pinellas park. there are some costumes that are never okay? >> reporter: allison, that's right. you know, a lot of people say these days anything you do, almost anything you do is likely to offend someone, but you have got to take these types of incidents very, very seriously because you never know how you might be hurting


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