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  • A Florida woman accused of injecting Fix-a-Flat, cement, silicone, mineral oil and Super Glue into the buttocks of women in to try to enhance their figures was sentenced Monday to 10 years in prison over a death resulting from the toxic mix, according to local media reports.   The 2012 death of Shatarka Nuby, 31, was dubbed the “toxic tush” case. O’Neal Morris, 31, served nearly a year in prison on charges of practicing medicine without a license after it was discovered she illegally injected toxic substances to enhance women's buttocks, leaving many scarred for life. >> Read more trending news Morris, who police say was born a man, but identifies as a woman, pleaded for mercy before a Broward County judge.  'I have never, ever, or would dare ever to inject, or have injected any human with any type of unknown substance, such as Super Glue, cement, Fix-a-Flat, concrete, nothing that comes from Home Depot, nothing that comes out of any hardware store,' Morris said. Related: ‘Toxic tush doctor’ facing steep prison time if convicted in death Nuby’s family members appeared in court asking for justice.  'What you took from me, that was a precious jewel,' said Nuby’s mother, Sherri Pitts. >> Got a question about the news? See our explainers here A plea deal called for a sentence of up to 15 years. The judge decided to sentence Morris to 10 years in state prison, followed by five years of probation along with restitution, local media reported.  Over her attorney’s arguments, the judge ordered Morris to serve time in a men’s prison because Florida law doesn't make exemptions for transgender inmates.
  • A Washington County, Pennsylvania, shelter is caring for a dog found abandoned in a trailer.  According to a post on the Washington Area Humane Society Facebook page, the dog was rescued from a trailer in Coal Center. >> Read more trending news They’re calling her Faith. She’s a lab/terrier mix and weighs just 20 pounds. She was very thin and dehydrated, the post said.  Humane officers said the dog was found in a crate filled with animal waste.  Veterinarians have given her fluids and a feeding tube.  A humane officer is investigating who left Faith in the trailer.   To learn more about Faith or donate to help cover the costs of her care, CLICK HERE.
  • Two Florida animal rescue facilities have taken in 47 dachshunds and are looking for a forever home for each of them. WJHG reported  that the Alaqua Animal Refuge in Freeport, Florida, and the Save Underdogs Rescue in Fort Walton Beach, Florida, took in the dogs. >> Read more trending news “They were going to be taken to a local shelter that wasn't a no-kill shelter so ... the reason it was so urgent for us to get them within this 24-48 hour time period was because they were going to be euthanized,” Alaqua Animal Refuge communications director Mary Chris Murry told WJHG. On Sunday, Save Underdogs shared on Facebook that the 47 dogs were on their way to Florida from Arkansas.  Save Underdogs founder Terri Bondi told Northwest Florida Daily News she learned of the situation from a friend in Arkansas. The dogs’ former owner, a truck driver, didn’t realize that they could breed when they were 6 months old, Bondi said. He sought help when he found himself with nearly 50 dogs and without a way to care for them. WEAR reported the dogs came from a hoarding situation, although Bondi said that was not the case. “I thought it was originally 30 dogs and thought I could manage it,” said Laurie Hood, founder of the Alaqua Animal Refuge. “But when it was 50 ... It was perfect timing that Alaqua had space.” The total turned out to be 47. Alaqua took in 26 dachshunds, Bondi said, leaving Save Underdogs with 21.  The dogs range in age from several months old to 5 years old. Those interested in adopting may visit the Save Underdogs website and the Alaqua Animal Refuge website for more information and to contact the organizations to find a forever friend. Updated at 9:25 a.m. March 29 with additional information from Bondi.
  • The ongoing maintenance started in January and was originally planned to end mid-March.  Hampton Ray with the Florida Department of Transportation says the contractor has a 200-day contract which expires in May.  The Dames Point Bridge currently has one lane blocked in each direction during the day and multiple lanes blocked at night.  Ray says the reason drivers do not see actual construction crews while traveling over the Dames Point Bridge is because the work is being conducted on the side and below the bridge. Lane closures are necessary because cars traveling over the bridge are going highway speeds and it’s the best way to ensure the safety of the construction crews.  “It’s a temporary inconvenience for a permanent solution. This will definitely add life to the bridge,” Ray says.  FDOT says the contractors are working as quickly as possible to make the bridge stronger and safer as they work on the joints where the bridge connects.  During the night, crews are also working to install a permanent catwalk on the north and south towers which is the reason behind the multiple lanes being shut down. 
  • When a teenager in Texas borrowed a family friend's computer, he made a shocking and sickening discovery. The boy found nude photos of his 10-year-old sister on the computer of Joe Garza Jr., according to the Star-Telegram. >> Read more trending news  Garza, 65, was arrested March 3 on child pornography charges, and faces additional charges after it was discovered that he allegedly molested an older sister in the family years ago. The Star-Telegram reports that the boy, who was trying to fix the hard drive on his own computer, asked to borrow Garza's computer. While using it, he clicked on a folder and discovered the images of his sister. He returned the computer to Garza and told his mother about the images. She asked the boy to request to use the computer again so she could see the images for herself. The mother confronted Garza about the images and police were called to the scene. Officer Domingo Martinez, who works for the Fort Worth Police Department’s Crimes Against Children Task Force, told the Star-Telegram that Garza admitted to the mother that he had a problem and said he would disappear if she didn't call police. In interviews with authorities, the 10-year-old victim said Garza bought her items and gave her money, and told her not to tell her parents about the abuse.  Garza remains behind bars while investigators work to determine if there are additional victims.

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