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Mick's Morning News- Tuesday

Brevard County Teacher Arrested For Arranging Sex With Minor

(Melbourne, FL)-- A Brevard County teacher is accused of trying to have sex with a student. The sheriff's office announced that Melbourne's Timothy Liscum was arrested after he traveled to a location where he thought he'd be meeting an underage girl for sex. Instead, he was met by agents with the BSO's Sex Offender Registration and Tracking Unit. Deputies say the 64-year-old Liscum was a teacher at Satellite High School where the girl is a student. Investigators say Liscum and the student had been talking online when she became worried about the subject matter and contacted a teacher. That teacher contacted school officials who called police.

Brevard County Schools Employee Arrested For Threatening Student

(Cocoa, FL)-- A Brevard County Schools employee is accused of threatening a student. Space Coast Junior-Senior High School custodian James Baillargeon [[BY-lar-jin]] was arrested Friday. The 26-year-old is facing charges that include aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. The sheriff's office says he was cleaning a restroom Thursday at the school in Cocoa, and when some students made comments about him, he pulled out a razor scraper and threatened to cut a 14-year-old student into pieces. Deputies say Baillargeon regrets what he did.   

Brevard County Teens Arrested For Vehicle Burglary

(Merritt Island, FL)-- Two teenagers are accused of breaking into cars in Brevard County. Cocoa Beach Police arrested a boy and a girl for allegedly breaking into cars Saturday at the Sea Oats Condos on Ocean Beach Boulevard. The Merritt Island residents are charged with vehicle burglary. Police have not revealed their ages.

Polk County Teacher Arrested

(Davenport, FL)-- A Polk County teacher is behind bars. Lakeland's Devonta Gilmore was arrested Sunday for allegedly pulling a gun on a security guard in Davenport. The sheriff's office says the 31-year-old was visiting his girlfriend's gated community, ChampionsGate, when the guard denied him entrance. Gilmore allegedly pulled a gun, threatened the guard and drove away. He's charged with aggravated assault on a security officer and is being held without bond. Gilmore is a phys ed teacher at Union Academy Magnet School in Bartow.   

Orlando City Council Approves Safety Ordinances

(Orlando, FL)-- Orlando is moving forward with changes that could make the downtown safer. The city council yesterday passed the first reading of two ordinances affecting bars and nightclubs. One measure calls for a six-month moratorium on new bars and clubs. The other requires bars and clubs to get a permit to sell alcohol after midnight, and it also leaves it up to the police chief to determine how much private security the business needs. Orlando Hospitality Alliance VP Monica McCowan addressed the council. She says this will put places out of business because it would cost them up to two million dollars a year to comply. The council will have its second reading of the proposed ordinances in March.

DeSantis Discusses Decision To Reject AP African-American History Course

(Jacksonville, FL)-- A new Advanced Placement African-American history course is more about indoctrination than education. That's what Governor Ron DeSantis said yesterday in Jacksonville about the course that was rejected last week by the Florida Department of Education. DeSantis says one issue the DOE has is the course's inclusion of queer theory. DeSantis wonders what queer theory has to do with black history, and he says it sounds like somebody is pushing an agenda on our kids for political purposes. Meanwhile, Reverend Al Sharpton and lawyer Benjamin Crump are planning a Stop the Black Attack rally tomorrow in Tallahassee. 

Broward County School Board To Decide Superintendent's Fate

(Fort Lauderdale, FL)-- Broward County's superintendent could be just hours away from learning if she'll keep her job. Today marks the end of Superintendent Dr. Vickie Cartwright's 90-day probation period, and the school board will meet to decide her fate. School board member Dr. Allen Zeman says he may be the swing vote that determines if Cartwright stays or goes, but he tells NBC 6 he hasn't made up his mind yet. 

Brady Appeals Fine

(Tampa, FL)-- Tom Brady is fighting the NFL. The Buccaneers quarterback announced yesterday he's appealing the fine he was issued for unnecessary roughness in the playoff game against Dallas. Brady was fined 16-thousand dollars for apparently trying to trip Dallas safety Malik Hooker. Brady said yesterday on his podcast that he tried to trip Hooker but he didn't. He also asks how can you get fined for something that didn't even happen. As for his future, Brady says he's taking it one day at a time. 

"Doomsday Clock" Announcement Coming Tuesday

(Chicago, IL)-- Scientists are set to reveal how close humanity is to Armageddon. The latest edition of the "Doomsday Clock" is coming on Tuesday. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists -- a nonprofit organization of world leaders and Nobel laureates -- have announced how close the world is to ending for the past 75 years. The closer the clock is to hitting midnight, the closer the world is to doomsday. It's currently sitting at 100 seconds to midnight, but the Russian invasion of Ukraine is expected to push it even closer.

TODAY IN HISTORY

2018, Former U.S. Olympic team doctor Larry Nassar was sentenced to 175 years in prison after being found guilty of molesting over 150 women.

1989, serial killer Ted Bundy was put to death in Florida's electric chair.

1984, Apple Computer Incorporated unveiled its new Macintosh personal computer.

1964, CBS acquired the rights to broadcast National Football League games.

1922, the Eskimo Pie was patented.

1908, the first Boy Scout troop was organized in England by Robert Baden-Powell. 


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