Father leaves 2 sons alone in car while inside strip club

Willie Lee Jordan, Jr. admitted to leaving his 3-month-old baby boy and 3-year-old boy alone in the car while he went to a strip club, according to the Fort Myers Police Department. 

The Florida Department of Children and Families was investigating Jordan, 23, who is facing two counts of child neglect in Lee County. 

Christopher Mays, the general manager of Scarlett’s Cabaret, a strip club in Fort Myers, thought he had seen it all until last week. He told Wink News a security guard heard the children crying, and when they approached the car there was a baby upside down on his car seat. 

“His head is where his feet should be, butt up in the air,” Mays said.

Mays stopped the dancers to announce that they were searching for the father. Investigators learned Jordan had been inside the strip club for about 20 minutes without checking on his boys. 

The toddler was able to unlock the door of the car about 11 p.m., before Jordan showed up and Fort Myers Police Department officers arrested him Nov. 9. He was released Friday on a $10,000 bond.

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‘Spelling bee bandit’ pleads guilty to bank robberies

A man known to authorities as the “spelling bee bandit” has pleaded guilty to several bank robberies in the Boston area, according to The New York Times.

Police gave Jason Englen, 34, the nickname after he handed several bank tellers a note with “robbery” spelled with only one “b.” 

Englen was arrested in December and faces up to 20 years in prison at his sentencing scheduled for Feb. 28.

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VIDEO: College party turns to terror after floor collapses

A homecoming party at a Texas school turned into terror and chaos when the third floor at a student housing complex collapsed.

The part at the University of North Texas on Saturday night ended with a flood of calls into 9-1-1 reporting that the roof had collapsed.

“Everybody was screaming and in total shock they didn’t know what do,” said Day Oyenuga, the party’s DJ.

Seven people were injured as Denton firefighters discovered partygoers on the third floor falling into their neighbors living room.

“I was actually surprised when I walked in and I feel a sink in the floor..when I was carrying in my DJ equipment in… and I was like..this doesn’t seem right,” Oyenuga said.

Carley Carroll, the downstairs neighbor, said it was no surprise the floor collapsed, saying parties have been going on for months and the floor just couldn’t take it anymore

“Every weekend there’s a different party..and you can see the ceiling obviously going down. And it’s one of those things that you fear would happen, but you don’t think it’s actually going to happen,” said Carroll.

Carroll says none of the items in her apartment can be saved after the collapse, adding the sprinkler system went off for two hours.

“Right now I have no home. And nothing. I have my phone and my keys..and that’s about it.”

Students who lived in the complex will be set up at a hotel.

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Boxing coach faked his own death to prove his wife wanted him killed

Ramon Sosa recently released the photos he used to prove that his Mexican ex-wife, Maria “Lulu” Sosa, was working on a murder-for-hire plot during their messy divorce, The Daily Mail reported

The gory photos, which the FBI made sure looked realistic, show the boxing coach on the ground. They fooled his wife into thinking that he had been shot in the head. 

“Lying in the dirt pretending to be dead was terrifying,” he told The Daily Mail. “When I first met Lulu, I certainly didn’t expect our relationship to end like that.”

She plead guilty to second-degree felony solicitation of murder and was sentenced to serve 20 years in prison in 2016, The Houston Chronicle reported

Sosa, who is from Puerto Rico, said he felt comfortable sharing the pictures now, because he was dating someone new. 

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Boxing coach faked his own death to prove his wife wanted him killed

Ramon Sosa recently released the photos he used to prove that his Mexican ex-wife, Maria “Lulu” Sosa, was working on a murder-for-hire plot during their messy divorce, The Daily Mail reported

The gory photos, which the FBI made sure looked realistic, show the boxing coach on the ground. They fooled his wife into thinking that he had been shot in the head. 

“Lying in the dirt pretending to be dead was terrifying,” he told The Daily Mail. “When I first met Lulu, I certainly didn’t expect our relationship to end like that.”

She plead guilty to second-degree felony solicitation of murder and was sentenced to serve 20 years in prison in 2016, The Houston Chronicle reported

Sosa, who is from Puerto Rico, said he felt comfortable sharing the pictures now, because he was dating someone new. 

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