Incredible moment newborn is pulled alive from drain in South Africa

Incredible moment newborn baby is pulled alive from a storm drain in South Africa after rescuers dig down to pipe and cut through it when passer-by heard the girl’s screams

  • Passer-by heard baby screaming near a home north of Durban in South Africa
  • Rescuers spent three hours reaching girl, who was 23ft down a storm drain pipe
  • Clip shows the moment the tiny child was lifted to safety by emergency crews

This is the incredible moment a newborn baby was pulled alive from a storm drain in South Africa after a passer-by heard the girl screaming.

Footage shows rescuers lifting the tiny child to safety after digging down to a pipe and cutting through it near a home at Newlands East, north of Durban, on the country’s east coast.

Emergency crews spent three hours trying to reach the infant, who was lodged some 23ft down the drain. 


Incredible footage has emerged of the moment a newborn baby was pulled alive from a storm drain in South Africa

A resident who was out for an early morning walk thought he could hear a cat mewing from beneath a steel drain cover and lifted the lid up to look inside.

Lyron Lovdale climbed down inside the drain when he realised the noise might be a baby crying and shone a light into the pipe and saw the naked new born.

He immediately raised the alarm and a full rescue operation swung into action involving the police, ambulance and fire brigade in Durban, South Africa.

The team confirmed that a baby girl was stuck and was being washed further down the pipe. When they finally got to the baby they broke into the pipe and managed to reach in and grab her.


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Three hours after first getting the call one of the rescuers shouted up that he had the baby girl and that she was still alive and she was pulled up and out to safety.

The naked baby can be heard screaming as she is brought out into the sunlight and gently placed into a towel held by a paramedic.

She was examined and rushed to a waiting helicopter before being taken to a nearby hospital for care.

Medics said she may be suffering from hypothermia but otherwise appeared unhurt.

Emergency Medical Services spokesperson Robert McKenzie said paramedics worked for three hours to get to the baby and were delighted to rescue her alive.

He said: ‘Currently she is in a stable condition and our helicopter has taken off with the child to get her to hospital where doctors are waiting to receive her.


Footage shows rescuers lifting the tiny child to safety after digging down to a pipe and cutting through it near a home north of Durban, on the country’s east coast

‘Police will now be trying to investigate the circumstances that led to the baby being in the drain in the first place and will also be trying to trace the mother,’ he said.

Mr McKenzie said when rescuers first arrived she was around 6ft down the drown but was then washed about 18ft further down the 1ft diameter drain. 

He added:’ It is great news she has been rescued and she is currently in a stable condition so a great ending for all the rescuers and personnel and paramedics who did this. The community was also very supportive and helpful which was great.’

The baby, who locals have named Storm after the water drain in which she was found and her tempestuous start to life, will go into the South African care system.

Some 3,500 babies are abandoned a year and the social services will take over now and allocate the baby to a nursery and then try and find parents who wish to adopt.

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Hilarious moment a dog climbs tree in New Mexico to catch a roadrunner

Meep Meep! Hilarious moment a dog attempts to climb a tree in pursuit of a roadrunner before he is outsmarted by the bird – just like in the Warner Bros cartoon – and goes crashing to the ground

  • Toby, the ‘looney’ dog, was caught on video trying to catch a roadrunner 
  • The pup is seen breaking several branches as he scrambled up the tree  
  • Once he got to the top, Toby lost his footing and came crashing down into a bush
  • The hilarious moment took place on February 3 in Albuquerque, New Mexico

This is the hilarious moment a ‘loony’ pooch tried his luck at catching a roadrunner perched at the top of a tree. 

In the video, Toby the dog spotted the bird sitting up in a tree.

Withing a matter of seconds, Toby was scrambling up the tree as the weight of his body broke several branches. 

‘Are you serious right now?’ Toby’s owner yells at him. ‘Aye, come down!’ the pup’s owner says as he records. 

This is the hilarious moment ‘looney’ pooch, Toby (left), tried his luck at catching a roadrunner perched at the top of a tree in Albuquerque, New Mexico

In the video, Toby the dog spotted the bird sitting up in a tree. Withing a matter of seconds, Toby was scrambling up the tree as the weight of his body broke several branches

But the determined dog just knew he had a chance at nabbing the roadrunner, which seemed unbothered as it carefully hopped from one branch to the next.  

That’s when the pup lost his footing and came crashing down into a bush below. 

His owner is heard laughing in the background at Toby, who gets back up to try again. 


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‘That’s what you get! You’re an idiot,’ the man says followed by a chuckle.

In other words, Toby got a little taste of what Wile E. Coyote went through during the the Looney Tunes series: he was outsmarted by the roadrunner 

The moment took place on February 3 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. 


The determined dog just knew he had a chance at nabbing the roadrunner, which seemed unbothered as it carefully hopped from one branch to the next

That’s when the pup lost his footing and came crashing down into a bush below. The moment took place on February 3 in Albuquerque, New Mexico

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Heart-stopping moment truck driver jumps red light and narrowly misses 14-year-old schoolboy – but walks free from court

Heart-stopping dashcam footage shows the 14-year-old pedestrian strolling across the road as traffic comes to a halt to let him pass.

But just as he reaches halfway a workman's truck zooms into view and jumps the red light at dangerous speeds.

The youngster can be seen flinching as the driver narrowly misses him, swerving slightly but now slowing down.

Police identified the speeding driver as Ian Gruber, 39, and said he was tracked down thanks to the dashcam footage captured a nearby HGV driver.

The incident took place at 3.30pm on the A24 Kingston Road in Ewell, Surrey on November 15.

Things could have worked out very differently.

 

Roads Policing Officer, PC Keiron Palmer, said: “This incident is a sharp reminder of what can happen if you are caught driving dangerously.

"Fortunately the 14 year old was not hit, but things could have worked out very differently.

"This incident also demonstrates the important part dash cam footage can play in bringing about a successful prosecution.”

Gruber, of Beverley Way, London, was found guilty following a trial at Guildford Magistrates Court.

He was given a six week sentence, suspended for 18 months and 80 hours community service.

The speeder also received a 15 month disqualification with an extended test and prosecution costs of £230.





 

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Adorable moment as a tiny Dachshund rounds up a herd of sheep

Baaaa-rking mad! The adorable moment a tiny Dachshund called Henry rounds up a herd of sheep

  • Footage has emerged of a tiny Dachshund puppy rounding up dozens of sheep
  • Four-month-old Henry James filled in as sheep dog on a Tasmanian farm 
  • Despite not being a normal sheep dog breed, the sausage dog passed the test

Hilarious footage has emerged of a little Dachshund puppy rounding up dozens of sheep on a farm.

Four-month-old sausage dog Henry James filled in as sheep dog for the day on owner Bree How’s Tunbridge property in Tasmania’s midlands region on Tuesday.

Despite not being from the normal sheep dog breed, the adorable pup passed his first test with flying colours.

He’s just four months-old but Henry James already knows how to round up a flock of sheep

Despite his tiny size and being outnumbered by dozens of sheep, Henry James took no time settling into his new role.

He shows the sheep who’s boss as he barks at the flock and trots alongside them as they’re herded into a nearby animal pen.  


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Henry James shows the flock of sheep who’s in charge on a Tasmanian farm

Delighted that his hard work is complete, the cheeky pup then ignores calls to return to his pleased owner. 

‘Sausage Sheep Dog,’ Ms How captioned the adorable footage on social media. 

‘He loves coming to work on the farm,’ she told Storyful.

Bree How said her Dachshund passed his first test as a working sheep dog with flying colours

Best known for their playful and sociable nature, Dachshunds aren’t usually regarded as a traditional working sheep dog breed in Australia. 

Traditional breeds include border collies, Australian cattle dogs and kelpies.

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Woman who tried to jump in front of train hugs driver who saved her

Emotional moment woman who tried to jump in front of a train embraces the driver who saved her life as pair meet for the first time

  • Liv Pontin was about to kill herself when Ashley John scared her into stopping
  • Mr John – who had just started the job – got off his train and spoke to her about it
  • She said: ‘He saved somebody’s life. He deserves all the credit in the world’
  • They have met for the first time since her suicide attempt in March 2017 

This is the extraordinary moment a woman who tried to jump in front of a train was reunited with the driver who saved her life.

Liv Pontin was about to throw herself on the tracks when Ashley John scared her into changing her mind by repeatedly sounding his horn while entering a station close to London.

Mr John, who was only in his second day in the job, got off the commuter train and spent ten minutes on the platform reassuring her and asking why she felt so low, convincing her not to take her own life.

Now they have met for the first time since then and embraced on the platform of Bedford Station in a special feature for the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire show.

Describing their emotional meeting Liv said today: ‘I was in crisis that night but he was the one who saved somebody’s life. He deserves all the credit in the world so it was just nice to get a hug from him’.

Liv Pontin hugs train driver Ashley John – the man she credits with saving her life when she wanted to end it all

Ashley used his horn – scaring her into not taking the final step and jumping in front of his London-bound train


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Liv is turning her life around and is helping police with mental health awareness work and talking about her own suicide bid to support others battling the same thoughts. 

Miss Pontin had been battling mental health problems and decided that March 27 2017 was ‘going to be the last day of my life’.

She had been unable to work because of her fragile state and ‘came to the conclusion that I had no future because if I couldn’t work I wasn’t useful to anyone’.

Liv hadn’t eaten and said she felt ‘drained and exhausted’ and ‘lost all fight’.

She wrote two suicide notes – the first one was to her father ‘telling him how wonderful he is’.

Liv said she had struggled to hold down a job and felt that she ‘wasn’t useful to anyone’

Ashley saw her face and then she vanished – initially he was not sure if he had hit and killed her

The second, which she left in her coat pocket, was one of apology to the train driver she believed would kill her – begging them ‘not to be angry with her’.

Ashley, a former firefighter, told the vulnerable woman he had seen suicides in his previous job and convinced her not to consider it again

She then walked to her local station and waited for the next train to come.

As she prepared to jump the hero driver said: ‘I suddenly saw her face. And I hit my horn, quickly’.

Liv said: ‘That was probably what hit my brain – and I didn’t take that final step’ – and tried to flee the station.

But despite carrying a train full of passengers Ashley stopped on the platform and ran after her.

He said: ‘I didn’t know if I had hit her – but then I saw her walking along the platform. I called after her: “Are you ok?” She turned around and we started having a conversation’.

Explaining her state of mind Liv said: ‘I just remember him trying to reassure me because I was so scared. He tried to find out why and talked to me about my dad and said he had a son.

‘He said he had been a firefighter and said he had seen it from the other side and the impact it has.

‘He was so calm and so caring. And that’s the thing that makes the biggest difference when you are facing a crisis. On that night he obviously saved my life’. 

The strangers spent ten minutes chatting about her state of mind and the struggles she faced but have not spoken or seen eachother since that night until now.

Miss Pontin met him at Bedford, where he is a Thameslink driver.

At their emotional meeting he told her: ‘It’s so good to meet you again – I’m so glad you’ve got somewhere’. 

The Victoria Derbyshire programme’s Andy Smythe reunited them. See the full film here.

  • If you have been affected by any of the issues raised in this article then you can call the Samaritans on 116 123, alternatively you can visit the website at by clicking here.    

 

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Dramatic moment pensioner is pulled from freezing River Thames

EXCLUSIVE: Dramatic moment pensioner is pulled from freezing River Thames in front of horrified tourists at London Eye

  • Man, in his 60s, was dramatically rescued from the freezing River Thames
  • He was seen thrashing about in the water before Harbour Master came to his aid
  • After grabbing a rope, the man was pulled from the water treated for shock 
  • Do you know the man? Please contact [email protected] 

This is the moment a pensioner was dramatically rescued from the River Thames – while London temperatures plummeted during Britain’s deep freeze.

The man in his 60s was seen thrashing about in the water as he struggled to stay afloat against the strong current.

Wearing a red hoody, he grabbed onto a rope that was flung to him by a man on the Harbour Master’s boat who came to his aid.

He was hauled out of the icy cold river and seen lying on the back of the blue vessel with water pouring from his shoes. 

This is the moment that a pensioner was dramatically rescued from the River Thames – while London temperatures plummeted today during Britain’s deep freeze

The man in his 60s was seen thrashing about in the water as he struggled to stay afloat against the strong current. Wearing a red hoody, he grabbed onto a rope that was flung to him by a man on the Harbour Master’s boat who came to his aid

A passer-by told MailOnline: ‘I was walking by the London Eye on London’s Southbank when I saw a fully-clothed man attempting to swim against the current. He looked like he was a strong swimmer using breast and back stroke but he was struggling against the strong current’

The dramatic rescue took place in front of a river cruise just next to the top tourist spot London Eye.

The man rushed to the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel where he was treated for shock but otherwise unharmed.

A passer-by told MailOnline: ‘I was walking by the London Eye on London’s Southbank when I saw a fully-clothed man attempting to swim against the current at just before 2pm.

‘He looked like he was a strong swimmer using breast and back stroke but he was struggling against the strong current.

‘I saw two police officers reporting the incident on their radios before a Port of London Authority boat quickly pulled him out of water by using a rope. 

‘A lifeboat then took him to shore.

‘I have no idea how he ended up in the water in the first place. I cannot imagine how cold and how difficult it must have been swimming in the Thames on a wintry day like this.’

An RNLI spokeswoman said: ‘The Port of London Authority were first on the scene before he was transferred to an RNLI station where he was warmed up and given a change of clothes. 

Two police officers reported the incident on their radios before a Port of London Authority boat quickly pulled him out of water using a rope

The man was hauled out of the icy cold river and seen lying on the back of the vessel with water pouring from his shoes

The Metropolitan Police confirmed that the man in his 60s was treated for shock at Whitechapel’s Royal London Hospital

‘He was then transferred to an ambulance and taken to hospital.’

The Metropolitan Police confirmed that the man in his 60s was treated for shock at Whitechapel’s Royal London Hospital.

London’s temperatures dropped to just five degrees centigrade today – while the BBC Weather Centre claimed the cold meant it felt more like a chilling two degrees centigrade.

A London Ambulance Service spokesperson said: ‘We were called today to reports of an incident at Victoria Embankment.

‘We sent an ambulance crew, an incident response officer and a single responder in a car to the scene.

‘We treated a man at the scene and took him to a major trauma centre as a priority.’

 

 

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Heart-stopping moment driver ploughs into buggy with baby inside

Heart-stopping moment driver ploughs into buggy with baby inside and sends it flying through the air after failing to stop at zebra crossing – but the child is unhurt

  • Car flings pram into the air after crashing into it in Parsons Green, West London 
  • Footage shows vehicle collide with buggy as shocked pedestrian jumps back 
  • The pram skids along the floor in shocking footage of crash caught on CCTV 

This is the heart-stopping moment a driver ploughed into a baby’s pram, throwing the infant across a road at a zebra crossing.

The car mowed into the pram in Parsons Green, West London, narrowly missing the woman pushing the buggy. 

Footage of the collision, which occurred at 4.30pm yesterday, shows the pram skidding across the street.  

The vehicle appears to have ample time to stop as the car approaches the crossing, but it pushes on relentlessly.

The pram is flung from the woman’s grip as it swings into the air with the infant strapped inside. 

A CCTV clip of the incident shows how the woman proceeds casually over the crossing as the car looms in the distance.

This is the moment the car strikes the pram, sending it flying across the road in Parsons Green, West London 


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The buggy skids across the street after the motorist ploughs into the pram while the pedestrian tried to cross the road 

A concerned onlooker can be seen making his way toward the incident after the woman scooped up her child 

The driver continues the approach as the pedestrian reasonably assumes she will be allowed to cross.

But the vehicle slams into the pram as concerned witnesses edge toward the spot and other cars queue behind.  

Amazingly, the baby is believed to be okay and can be seen moving its arms after the horrifying crash.  

The woman scoops the baby up off the floor as the car remains stopped at the crossing. 

The motorist drives away following a brief exchange with the pedestrian, who can be seen walking away from the scene as the baby appears uninjured.   

  

  

 

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Moment Survival of the Fittest star is chased by metal pole-wielding thugs in 'transphobic attack'

CCTV footage shows a hooded man chasing the model and her friend after they got out of their BMW on Thursday night.


The pair notice the man running towards them, and rush into a house.

The man appears to realise he won't be able to reach them, and produces a metal pole and repeatedly bashes her car windows – failing to break them.

Moments later another man appears and kicks the side of the car, leaving dents, and smashes the left wing mirror.

Latham has said in previous interviews she was always a woman, despite being born with a penis raised a boy.

Her genetic makeup only made itself known when, at puberty, she started growing breasts and never gained facial hair.

DNA tests revealed she has xx chromosomes – making her a biological woman, and only a rare syndrome resulted in her being born different.

The attack happened at her friend’s house in Hazlemere, Buckinghamshire, and Latham claimed the pair had been targeted in a hate crime.

The 29-year-old told the Evening Standard: “My friend and I had gone to the shop to get some nibbles for a movie night.

"When we pulled up in the car, we got out and could see someone smoking at the side of one of the houses.

We looked at the footage and prior to the attack, there were people hanging around looking suspicious.
It looks like they were waiting for us.

“We proceeded into the house and suddenly my friend urgently ushered me in. I heard someone shouting.

The star said she was oblivious to what was happening, but after the attack she was convinced the man would have used the pole to attack her and her friend.

“We looked at the footage and prior to the attack, there were people hanging around looking suspicious.
It looks like they were waiting for us.”

Lathan said she was so scared she will need counselling after she was targeted, as it had massively increased her anxiety.

Latham said she wanted to speak out to raise awareness about hate crime.

She said: “It’s unfortunate this kind of thing is still happening in 2019.”

Thames Valley Police said in a statement: "Thames Valley Police were called at around 10.20pm on Thursday to reports of criminal damage in, Beechlands, Hazlemere near High Wycombe.

"A vehicle was damaged by up to three men, they were seen with a baseball bat.

"This criminal damage is also being investigated as a hate crime.

Police said anyone with information should contact police on the non-emergency number 101 quoting reference 43190017835, or make a report online.



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Terrifying moment huge brawl breaks out on board plane as passengers struggle to restrain ‘drunk’ man

Fists flew in the cabin of Scoot flight TR7 at the start of its planned eight-hour journey from the Gold Coast, Australia to Singapore.

The troublemaker had to be restrained by passengers and crew after he became involved in a nasty air rage "altercation" about an hour after take-off.

According to the passenger who posted footage of the melee online, the man had been drinking heavily while the plane was delayed.

It is not known what actually sparked the incident, but it has been reported the unruly passenger was eventually overpowered and had to be restrained for the remainder of the flight.

COPS WERE WAITING WHEN PLANE LANDED

Due to the mid-air drama the plane was eventually diverted to Sydney, where cops were waiting on the tarmac.

Australian Federal Police officers and paramedics "became involved" as soon as the 787 Dreamliner touched down, revealed Scoot.

“The aforementioned passenger was disembarked and handed over to local law enforcement personnel upon landing," a spokesman for the airline said.

Scoot –  a low-cost airline owned by Singapore Airlines –  then organised for the other passengers to be transferred to other flights heading out of Sydney.

Scoot told Channel NewsAsia that contrary to some online reports, the diversion was not due to the man "self-harming".




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911 call reveals moment Jayme Closs escaped alleged kidnapper’s Wisconsin home, sought help

911 dispatcher describes receiving call saying Jayme Closs was found

“Hi, I have a young lady at my house right now and she says her name is Jayme Closs."

After 88 agonizing days with few leads and little but faith to suggest the missing 13-year-old girl was still alive, those 19 words alerted shocked — and elated — authorities about the dash for freedom that delivered Closs from her captor.

A 911 call released Monday revealed the moment dispatchers were told Closs had escaped her alleged kidnapper’s Wisconsin home. Her first words to the first person she saw, a woman walking a dog: “He killed my parents. I want to go home. Help me.”

"She said, ‘He killed my parents. I want to go home. Help me.’”

Closs escaped Jake Thomas Patterson’s remote home in Gordon, Wis., on Thursday after pushing herself out from under a bed, putting on a pair of Patterson's shoes and running out into the street, a criminal complaint detailed Monday. There she encountered Jeanne Nutter, a retired child protective services worker who brought her to Kristin Kasinskas’ house.

“Hi, I have a young lady at my house right now and she says her name is Jayme Closs,” Kasinskas is heard telling Douglas County 911 dispatcher Amy Pullen in audio obtained by FOX9. The entire 911 call lasted nearly a half hour.

JAYME CLOSS SUSPECT HAD 'ABSOLUTELY' NO CONTACT WITH FAMILY BEFORE KILLINGS, KIDNAPPING, AUNT SAYS

Pullen asks Kasinskas and Nutter if they are sure the girl is Jayme. They confirm the teen matches the girl seen on the posters plastered on billboards nationwide since the Closs kidnapping on Oct. 15. Closs was taken after Patterson shot and killer her parents, James and Denise Closs, at their Barron home, officials said.

“I was walking my dog and we were almost home and she's walking towards me crying saying, ‘you gotta help me, you gotta help me,’” Nutter tells the dispatcher. “And I didn't want to go into my cabin because it's too close to Patterson's house.”

She added: “His name is Jake Thomas Patterson and apparently his house is two doors down from our cabin […] So we're kind of scared because he might come."

Pullen asks again: “And she said, ‘I am Jayme Closs?’” to which Nutter responds, “Yes, she said, ‘He killed my parents. I want to go home. Help me.’”

Jake Thomas Patterson appeared in court via video for the first time on Monday.
(AP)

“She didn't know where she was. When I saw her she kept saying, 'Where am I? Where am I? and I said, 'You're in Wisconsin,’” Nutter says, adding Jayme appeared to be in “shock and cold.”

JAYME CLOSS' CHURCH SAYS PRAYERS WERE ANSWERED: 'GOD WAS LISTENING'

Pullen stays on the line with Nutter and Kasinskas and reassures them authorities are heading to the scene. But she urges them to lock the doors and stay inside. Nutter is heard asking Jayme several questions about Patterson, which later leads authorities to the 21-year-old — who, authorities believe, was out driving, searching for Jayme when he was caught.

“She has no idea where he is. She told me that when he leaves her she doesn't know that he's gone. He turns the music up real loud. He has people to come over and watch her — or no — wait — he pushed you/hides you under a bed… he has hidden her under a bed,” Nutter tells the dispatcher. “…He doesn't work and I asked her what kind of car. It's a red — he used to be in the military…”

This aerial photo shows the cabin where 13-year-old Jayme Closs was allegedly held by Jake Thomas Patterson.
(AP)

Soon after, a police officer made a traffic stop on the vehicle, which Patterson was driving. He was taken into custody without incident.

JAYME CLOSS, WISCONSIN TEEN MISSING SINCE OCTOBER, FOUND ALIVE: A TIMELINE OF EVENTS

Pullen recalled to FOX9 on Monday the moment she received the 911 call that Jayme was found alive.

“This is the first time in 10 years I've gone into a full body shake and body sweat just because of the severity of the situation and how public it was, and her family was in dire need of finding this girl," Pullen said about receiving the call. “The sound of [Kasinskas] voice, I knew something was different about this…You have that gut feeling, you can hear it in her voice, you just kind of knew."

This is the road that Jayme Closs was found on. (Cristina Corbin/Fox News)

“You can't put into words what a great feeling it is,” Pullen said about Patterson’s arrest. “Then you think of what this poor girl has gone through and her next day is coming… all I can think about is her."

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Patterson was charged Monday with two counts of first-degree intentional homicide, one count of kidnapping and armed burglary. A criminal complaint revealed Monday that the 21-year-old targeted Jayme after seeing her get on a bus one day — a moment when he said “he knew that was the girl he was going to take.”

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