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Watch a Tearful Reunion Between Mary J. Blige and Lauryn Hill

It obviously had been a while since dear friends Mary J. Blige and Lauryn Hill had seen each other. On May 22nd they had the chance to meet up once again at Naomi Campbell’s “Fashion for Relief” show during the Cannes Film Festival. “I miss you” Mary said to Lauryn. Watch the tearful reunion and feel the love:  

1-month-old boy dies after parents didn’t check on him for at least 6 hours, police say

  The parents of a 1-month-old Cocoa, Florida, boy were arrested Thursday after investigators claimed their child died because they allegedly failed to check on him for at least six hours. Superiah Campbell, 19, and Cameron Dowden, 21, were each charged with a count of manslaughter of a child for the May 10th death of their son. Cocoa police officers were called to the couple’s apartment unit at about 12:15 p.m. on May 10. The 911 caller told officials the child had stopped breathing and was cold to the touch, investigators said. Emergency personnel tried to resuscitate the child when they arrived at the apartment, but he was pronounced dead at the scene. After investigating the child’s death, police said they found that evidence showed the parents had not checked on the child for at least six hours, leading to the discovery of the boy in an unresponsive state. “By failing to check on the child for over six hours, the defendants consciously did an act, or followed a course of conduct that they must have known, or reasonably should have known, was likely to cause death or great bodily harm,” Cocoa Police Department Detective Debra Titkanich wrote in an affidavit. “Both parents showed a reckless disregard for human life.” Investigators had not determined an official cause of death but said it appeared the child suffocated.    

Naked man caught on camera stealing $25,000 swan sculpture in Florida

  The Polk County Sheriff’s Office took to Facebook on Thursday in an effort to help track down a $25,000 swan sculpture stolen by a naked man in Lakeland, Florida. The man was caught on surveillance camera squeezing through a gap in the fence at Lakeland Cold Storage just before 5 a.m. Friday. He was naked and carrying a five-gallon bucket, the video shows. A short time later, a 2015 Ford F150 pickup truck loaded with a black and white-checked swan sculpture can be seen driving from the business. “The truck was later recovered in Hillsborough County, sans swan,” the PCSO said on Facebook. The naked man was also identified by deputies, but his name was not released by the Polk County Sheriff’s Office. Investigators were confident that someone has seen the large missing swan statue. “It’s got to be hard to hide one of these,” the office said on Facebook. “Someone has seen it.” While the truck has been found and the suspect identified, the swan remains missing and investigators hope the public will help track it down. “So, we have a naked man, a bucket and a very expensive and very large stolen swan,” the PCSO said on Facebook. “We know who the man is and we have the truck back. But have you seen the missing swan? Call us.” Anyone with information on the whereabouts of the stolen swan is asked to contact the Polk County Sheriff’s Office at 863-577-1600 or 863-298-6200.

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