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Mystery as an unidentified body dumped in a driveway by a suspect who used a DOLLY and covered the body with a white sheet

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A Body Was Found In A Driveway In Brooklyn On Tuesday Morning

A BODY was found in a Brooklyn driveway after a suspect dumped the body in the middle of the night, police said.

The body was discovered in New York on Tuesday morning after surveillance footage picked up a person rolling the body, covered in white sheets, around in a dolly.

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Private Surveillance Footage Shows A Suspect Dumping The Body With A Dolly In The Middle Of The Night

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Private surveillance footage shows a suspect dumping the body with a dolly in the middle of the nightPhoto credit: ABC7

The unidentified body was found around 11:30 a.m. by an elderly resident at 931 72nd Street in Dyker Heights.

Just 12 hours earlier, private security footage recorded a male suspect using a hand truck to push the dead person onto the property, the New York Post reported.

Police said there were no obvious signs of trauma and the coroner would determine the cause of death.

Police and first responders rushed to the scene to investigate the horror scene.

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The body was placed in a black bag before being taken away, according to a postal video.

Austeria Bolden, 63, said she was “traumatized” by the sight of the body.

“I just saw the body lying there,” Bolden told the Post.

“He was lying face down on the floor – now it’s on my mind and I’m worried. I’m afraid for my grandchildren.”

Another resident, George Vlachakus, said he had lived in the neighborhood all his life and would never expect such a bad incident to happen in the area.

“It’s crazy that something like this happened here,” said Vlachakus.

“This is Dyker Heights, the quietest neighborhood in Brooklyn.

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“I didn’t expect that – never, never, never. You see these things on TV. You would never believe it would come here.”

This is an ongoing investigation.

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Saints’ veteran Dereck Rodriguez hoping, but not waiting, for a chance

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Saints’ Veteran Dereck Rodriguez Hoping, But Not Waiting, For A Chance

Dereck Rodriguez is one of 32 pitchers who have appeared in a game for the Twins this season, and one of seven on the current Saints roster to do so. The owner of 52 major league appearances over four seasons has pitched well in his first season back with the organization nut has only one early season appearance with the Twins to show for it.

Rodriguez said there is no frustration on his part in not being able to contribute more to a Twins team that has been desperate for quality pitching for most of the season.

“This is my 11th year. I’m 30 years old. I know how this thing goes,” the right-hander said after the Saints’ 2-0 victory over Columbus on Wednesday at CHS Field. “I’m good. I’m here with my family and just playing ball.”

The Twins called Rodriguez up on April 13. After allowing three runs in four innings, he was sent back to the Saints on April 17. He has become one of the Saints’ most consistent pitchers, as a starter and in relief, yet a handful of other pitchers have been called up while others have been added via trades.

“I know who I am, I know the style of pitcher I am,” Rodriguez said. “(I’m) just trying to be consistent, just trying to keep the walks down and limit baserunners. I’m not going to blow fastballs by guys, so I need to keep the ball moving. That’s what I’ve been trying to do, and it’s been working out.

“I know I can get guys out — anywhere. I just need a shot.”

Rodriguez (6-3) got the start on Wednesday and left after three scoreless innings, lowering his earned-run average to 4.09. Saints pitching coach Virgil Vasquez said Wednesday that Rodriguez “had a little spasm,” but Rodriguez downplayed any injury issue, saying he was only scheduled to pitch three or four innings before handing things off to Ronny Henriguez.

Rodriguez was named International League Pitcher of the Week last week after allowing no runs on three hits over six innings in a win over Omaha. He retired the final 14 batters he faced.

Vasquez praised Rodriguez for his professionalism and for making the most of his opportunity.

“He’s really taken off,” the coach said. “I just want him to get more opportunities. He’s been adapting to anything we ask of him. Really impressed with him. You never get to choose when your shot comes, but I know he’s ready for one.”

Rodriguez said there has been no communication with anyone from the Twins regarding a September call-up. He said he simply focuses on being prepared for the next time he’s asked to pitch. At the same time, he knows he’s pitching for opportunities beyond this season.

“I’ll finish this year and hopefully I get the call-up and something good happens,” he said. “At the end of the day there’s 30 teams out there. I can get called up in September, or, ‘Thank you,’ and on to the next one. That’s how this game is.”

Rodriguez said he would not need a September call-up to consider re-signing with the Twins.

“I like it here,” he said. “This is my eighth year with the organization now. It’s like a family for me. You never know. I’m just going to keep pitching and do what I’ve been doing and leave that up to them.”

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Henriquez pitched 3⅔ innings and allowed only one hit to earn the victory. Veteran newcomer Brad Peacock got the last four outs for the save.

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TikTok loves the new and improved Abercrombie & Fitch, and so do I. From chic and on-trend styles to extended sizes to the flattering fit of their pieces, it’s no wonder the store is so popular, and they’ve done it again with their dress section.

If you’re looking for the perfect vintage-inspired slip dress, a romantic maxi dress for sultry summer nights, or a sophisticated look that’ll make you the best-dressed wedding guest, you’re here. at a good place. Some of these styles are on sale now, so you’ll want to add them to your cart ASAP. Is there anything better than having a package delivered, especially when it comes to a gorgeous dress?

The best part about these styles is that they all come in petite, regular, and long sizes, so you don’t have to worry about mini dresses that are too short or midi dresses that hit you at an awkward length. Scroll below for 16 on-trend dresses that are perfect for the last days of summer.

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North Dakota abortion clinic opens at new Minnesota site

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North Dakota Abortion Clinic Opens At New Minnesota Site

MOORHEAD, Minn. (AP) — The operator of North Dakota’s only abortion clinic said Wednesday the clinic has opened in its new location in Moorhead, just weeks before it’s likely to be forced to close its Fargo location under a statewide abortion ban there.

Red River Women’s Clinic has a lawsuit pending seeking to block a trigger law in North Dakota that, as in many other states, was set to go into effect if the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the Roe v. Wade precedent establishing a nationwide right to abortion. But owner Tammi Kromenaker, with the aid of some $1 million in donations, worked anyway to find a new location just a couple miles away in Minnesota, where abortion remains legal.

Volunteer escorts in rainbow vests and umbrellas stood ready to walk patients inside, while a handful of protesters demonstrated.

Kromenaker, in a text message, confirmed the clinic’s opening, saying she and employees “mourn leaving North Dakota” after 24 years there.

“We had worked night and day in order to be ready to see patients in the case that we did not get relief from our trigger ban challenge,” Kromenaker said. “We are so grateful to the many volunteers who helped make this move a seamless reality.”

An Aug. 19 hearing is set before a state judge in the clinic’s lawsuit, which argues that North Dakota’s constitution grants a right to abortion. The clinic has faced an Aug. 26 deadline to close in Fargo.

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The Antioch family find a 4-foot rattlesnake in their garden; the situation is increasingly common, according to experts

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The Antioch Family Find A 4-Foot Rattlesnake In Their Garden; The Situation Is Increasingly Common, According To Experts

ANTIOCH, Calif. (KGO) — As the California drought continues to worsen, the hot, dry weather continues to affect us all.

On Monday in Antioch, a family found a 4-foot rattlesnake in their garden, just feet from their sliding glass door.

The video of this snake has been recorded and you can hear the loud rattles in it.

“My wife got pictures of her fangs. The snake meant business,” Kelly Ouimet said.

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The snakes in the courtyards are not out of the ordinary. Experts say they are becoming more common.

Luis Antonio Fraser of SnakeRemoval.com said that this year, as the dry and hot weather continues, snake calls are coming in large numbers. Now is the birthing season for rattlesnakes. By 10 a.m. Tuesday morning, Fraser had already received three rattlesnake calls.

“We get a lot of calls for baby snakes,” Fraser said.

But the serpent of Antioch was not a baby.

“It’s the biggest we’ve found in our yard,” said Kristi Ouimet.

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The Ouimets got to work, using two snake catchers to get hold of this one.

“With rattlesnakes, we don’t mess around, they’re poisonous. They’re deadly, they’re dangerous, they’re not in danger, so we never move them. We just scoop their heads off with a shovel,” said Kristi said.

The snake the Ouimets found was about as big as their 11-year-old son, Matthew.

Neighbors in the area near Black Diamond Mines Regional Reserve say the rattlesnakes have come out.

“I’ve seen more this year actually than the previous years when we had no water. It looks like they’re coming back to the houses looking for water, plants and grass” , Giovanni said. Chamberlain who lives in the area.

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“(They) seek irrigation, water and shade,” Fraser said.

All of them are in the Ouimets’ garden, a few meters from where the rattlesnake was found, as well as a few meters from their sliding glass door.

“Two of our three kids are also transplant recipients, and I really don’t want to know what’s going to happen with a kid who’s had a transplant and has to deal with one more snakebite,” Kristi said.

While the Ouimet family killed the rattlesnake in their yard, the snake catcher we spoke with said they didn’t kill the snakes. They will move them to areas away from where they are. Those at SnakeRemoval.com say they have employees located in northern and central California, including the Bay Area, Sacramento area, and Central Valley.

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Stillwater: Pick from 10- to 75-mile rides at this weekend’s Bridge the Valley Bike Rally

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Stillwater: Pick From 10- To 75-Mile Rides At This Weekend’s Bridge The Valley Bike Rally

About 500 bicyclists turned out last year for the first Bridge the Valley Bike Rally, which was held to celebrate the opening of the Loop Trail, the 4.7-mile trail the crosses the Stillwater Lift Bridge and the St. Croix River bridge.

This year, organizers expect 700-800 bicyclists to arrive in downtown Stillwater on Sunday morning for a series of rides designed for all ages and skills; entry fee is $40 until Saturday; $45 on Sunday.

Riders can choose from 10-, 25-, 45- and 70-mile loops on paved blacktop or a 75-mile loop that will include “gravel challenges,” said Mark Fisher, chairman of the public image committee of Stillwater Sunrise Rotary Club, which is helping organize the Bridge the Valley Bike Rally. There will be fully stocked rest stops and maintenance and support on all rides; there also will be live bands and food trucks, he said.

When a rider registers, they will get access to an app called “RidewithGPS,” an interactive mapping software that verbally and visually provides direction, Fisher said.

All rides will start and finish at Chestnut Plaza, immediately west of the Lift Bridge. For more information, go to https://www.sunrotary.org/page/btv.

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Chicago Bears remove linebacker Roquan Smith from physically unable to play list

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Chicago Bears Remove Linebacker Roquan Smith From Physically Unable To Play List

LAKE FOREST, Ill. — The Chicago Bears removed linebacker Roquan Smith from the physically unable to perform (PUP) list on Wednesday, the team announced.

The news comes a day after Smith, 25, said in a written statement that he requested a trade after contract negotiations between the linebacker and the team reached an impasse.

Smith showed up for training camp on July 26 without a new contract and was expected to hold out until he and the Bears reached an agreement. The former first-round pick is entering the final year of his rookie contract where he is expected to earn $9.7 million.

Smith has been through the Bears’ entire offseason training program this spring while awaiting a new contract and hasn’t appeared to be injured at any time. The linebacker was on hand for all 12 training camp practices, often seen riding a stationary bike and doing rehabilitation drills near the team’s weight room.

NFL teams are mandated by the collective bargaining agreement to pay players their full salary while on the PUP roster. The Bears can fine Smith $40,000 a day if he skips practice. Seattle wide receiver DK Metcalf and San Francisco wide receiver Deebo Samuel both held training camp for several days awaiting new contracts, but were not fined by their respective organizations.

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