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    LONG BEACH, Calif. (KABC) -- The 15-year-old boy who police say was fatally shot in Long Beach Friday during a cellphone purchase that was arranged online is being remembered as a boy who "loved his friends and family."The boy was identified as Joshua Simmons of Long Beach, authorities said in a news release.Note: The video above is from a previous report on the death of Simmons.Shortly before 9:30 p.m. Friday, officers were called to a public housing complex in the 1000 block of East Via Wanda, between Orange and Atlantic avenues, police said.They arrived to find Simmons on a basketball court suffering from gunshots wounds to the upper body, investigators said. Paramedics were summoned to the scene, where Simmons was pronounced dead.Police later learned that the teenager had arranged to buy a cellphone from someone through an online marketplace application and was to meet the seller at the crime scene location."During the transaction, an altercation occurred that escalated to the fatal shooting," the news release said.Detectives identified the suspected gunman as Jose Bustamante Cardenas, 24, of Los Angeles.Cardenas was arrested...
    A sheriff’s deputy in a Texas border county pleaded guilty for his role in helping drug traffickers steal cocaine from competitors. Baldemar Cardenas, 36, a former deputy with the Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office, recently went before a U.S. federal judge and pleaded guilty to a criminal information charge accusing him of a drug trafficking conspiracy. According to the U.S. Attorney’s office, Cardenas would help some smugglers steal cocaine shipments. The initial charge was filed under seal on February 9, court documents revealed. The criminal information charge does not reveal many details of the actual crime but does list the date of the crime as January 27, 2020. The document does not reveal which cartel the cocaine was stolen from. The U.S. Attorney’s Office revealed that Cardenas would help smugglers who would get kilogram shipments of cocaine. The group would then repackage the drugs and, in the process, cut or dilute the drugs to a purity level of just 1.5 percent. Cardenas would then use his position in law enforcement to leak information to authorities so they could seize the fake...
    ERIE, Colo. (CBS4) – Nearly 60 years after leaving Erie High School to serve in the Marines during the Vietnam War, veteran Ron Cardenas was finally given the graduation ceremony he earned in the 1960s. Cardenas, now 75, dropped out of high school in the 1960s in pursuit of service to his country. However, the Purple Heart recipient was never given a diploma. “That first couple weeks (in the Marines) was hell. I wondered, ‘What the hell did I get into?'” Cardenas told CBS4’s Dillon Thomas. (credit: CBS) Cardenas said he was in Vietnam when he turned 19 and at one point found himself caught in the middle of a battle with the enemy. He recalled being nearly completely surrounded by enemy fire. Most of his fellow soldiers were unable to escape on their own feet. As he retreated and fought back, Cardenas recalled being trapped while battling for his life. Cardenas said he found himself in a gun battle with another soldier when he was wounded. “I know I killed him. But, before I shot him he sent a...
    By Regina Garcia Cano, Joshua Goodman and Eric Tucker | Associated Press CARACAS, Venezuela — The Venezuelan government freed at least one jailed American on Tuesday night as it seeks to improve relations with the Biden administration, which is looking to undercut support for Russia in Latin America. A nongovernmental group that tracks arbitrary detentions and another person familiar with the matter confirmed to The Associated Press the release of Gustavo Cardenas, one of six oil executives jailed for more than four years. The moved follows a secret weekend visit to Venezuela by senior Biden administration officials, including the top White House official on Latin America and the State Department’s top hostage negotiator. The release came hours after Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro signaled an interest in improving relations with the U.S. amid Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and concerns in the United States over rising gas prices. The State Department declined to comment Tuesday evening. But Cardenas’s release was confirmed by Foro Penal, a nongovernmental group, and by a person familiar with the matter who was not authorized to discuss the...
    A Texas woman woke up to a horror movie scene playing out in her bedroom last week, with blood from her upstairs neighbor's decomposing body dripping from her ceiling fan. Ana Cardenas was asleep in her apartment in El Paso on the morning of May 8 when she was awakened by the sound of something dripping.  What the woman witnessed when she turned on the light in her bedroom was a sight worthy of The Shining: blood droplets splattered all over her walls, her bed and even her hair.  Blood is seen inside the ceiling fan at Ana Cardenas' apartment in El Paso, Texas, where she woke up one night to find drops of blood splattered all over the walls and her bed   The blood, seen on Cardenas' bedding, came from her upstairs neighbor, who had died and been decomposing for up to six days before his body was discovered  The blood seeped through the carpet in the neighbor's apartment and trickled from the ceiling in Cardenas' downstairs unit  'It grossed me out, I was in shock,...
    A WOMAN was left horrified when she woke up in the middle of the night to find blood dripping through her ceiling and onto her face. Ana Cardenas, of El Paso, Texas, says she jolted upright in her bed and raced to turn on the light when she felt what she thought was water dripping down at 4am on Wednesday. 6Ana Cardenas, of El Paso, Texas, says she jolted upright in her bed and raced to turn on the light when she felt what she thought was water dripping down at 4amCredit: CBS 17 The liquid she thought was rainwater was actually blood that was dripping out of her ceiling fan However, when she turned the light on, Cardenas discovered a horrific scene with blood splattered across her walls, bed, and all over her body. The liquid she thought was rainwater was actually blood that was dripping out of her ceiling fan. The fan, which was switched on, had sprayed the blood around her apartment. “It grossed me out, I was in shock, I thought this isn’t real this...
    More On: wtf Carole Baskin: Roaming tiger put Houston residents in ‘extreme danger’ We’re on their tail! Cops get promising lead in hunt for tiger on the loose in Texas What happened to tiger owner after tense confrontation in Houston Houston man who allegedly had Bengal tiger IDed A Texas woman says she was “in shock” to wake up to the horror of blood seeping through the ceiling of her bedroom and dripping on her face. Ana Cardenas, of El Paso, said turned on the lights when she was heard the sound of something dripping in her bedroom around 4 a.m. — only to discover that there was blood splattered everywhere like a crime scene, news station KTSM reported. “It grossed me out. I was in shock, I thought this isn’t real this is a dream, wake up,” Cardenas told the outlet on Wednesday. It had seeped through from the above apartment onto the ceiling fan, which had caused the blood to be flung across the walls, her bed and body. “I called maintenance and they said are you...
    SANTA ANA, Calif. (KABC) -- The Orange County Coroner's office is investigating the death of a woman who died just days after she received her second dose of the Moderna vaccine.The family says the grandmother was healthy before she got her shot, and that her sudden death came as a shock.A conversation with staff at the Orange County Coroner's office about Griselda Flores' death, raised red flags for her son Richard Cardenas and the family."They made it seem like this was not the first call that they had," Cardenas said.Assistant Chief Deputy Coroner Brad Olsen says that's right.Olsen told Eyewitness News a handful of deaths, including Flores', are under investigation because they happened one to three days after the person got a COVID-19 vaccine dose.RELATED: Researchers studying 'breakthrough' COVID-19 cases of infection after vaccinationEMBED More News Videos Researchers are studying rare cases of people getting infected even after getting vaccinated for COVID-19. "That means our doctors want to run some additional studies, whether it be toxicology, micros or just a review of medical records to see their treatment course, and...
    Two men broke down a glass door to loot a  police said, fleeing the scene in a Honda Civic.  Ervis Sula, 31, and Daniel Cardenas, 26, both residents of Queens Village, allegedly pillaged the Dior store in Manhasset on Sunday, Aug. 30 at approximately 7:30 p.m., Nassau County Police said.  Officers located the pair and their vehicle a short time later, and allegedly found a substance believed to be heroin on Cardenas' person, along with approximately $28,000 of stolen merchandise in the car, police said.  Both were charged with the felonies of third-degree burglary and second-degree criminal mischief.  Cardenas was additionally charged with two misdemeanor counts of seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. 
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