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Elderly Couple Zip-Tied For Hours As Home-Invasion Robbers Ransack San Marino Home: PoliceAn elderly San Marino couple is recovering after they were held at gunpoint, zip-tied for more than three hours and robbed in a home invasion Friday night. Four robbers in ski masks broke in through a locked French door at the home in the 1700 block of Oak Lane at about 9 p.m. and restrained the residents, then forced them to lie near the front door while they ransacked the home for an hour and a half, the San Marino Police Department said in a news release. The bandits disconnected telephones, internet and security cameras and left at about 10:30 p.m., police said. The victims, meanwhile, were left restrained, though the husband managed to crawl to the garage, where he screamed for help until a neighbor heard him at about 12:30 a.m. Saturday. The neighbor freed the couple, who suffered minor injuries. Police did not find any robbers remaining at the home, but the investigation is ongoing. If anyone has additional information, they should contact Detective Ruiz at 626-300-0726.KTLA 5




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Investigation Underway After 65-Year-Old Man Dies In RV Fire In Exposition ParkA homeless man is dead after witnesses say someone threw an object at his RV, causing it to catch fire in Exposition Park. Officers responded to Budlong Avenue just before 11:30 p.m. Monday after receiving a call about the fire, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. The victim, identified by family as 65-year-old Jerry Israel, died at the scene. Eyewitness News was told he lived in the RV with the woman who owns it. Witnesses reported seeing someone throw something at the RV right before it caught fire, police said. The suspect was last seen running away on foot. Neighbors also recalled hearing a commotion outside before the RV went up in flames. "Some people were arguing. Some guy came out of the motor home, chasing him with a stick... The guy must've came back again, called the police... they cuffed the guy, I didn't see much what happened after that," said Lionel Urbina. "A couple of hours after that, the whole camper was on fire."ABC 7


we have two roomates a couple were paying weekly we no longer get along we ask them to leave said evict cops were called on them several times they have open cps case court order to get own place 5 months ago we gave them a 7 day typed letter telling them to vacate the 7 day were up on march 11 landlord know of rromate on are side just need to know how to do it


After the ruins, you can cool off at the nearby cenotes, just a few more miles up the road. There are 3 in all, Tamcach-Ha, Choo-Ha and Multum-Ha, and they are all subterranean, deep and impressive. One of the cenotes has a couple diving platforms to leap from, if you are brave enough. One of them is over 30 feet!


Entry to the reserve is $100 pesos per person, but that can change anytime. We highly recommend getting a guide when you arrive, guides will range from $300-$500 pesos. They will take you through the old growth jungle forest and lead you to the monkeys. There is also a beautiful lagoon in the reserve that you can paddle a canoe around. They also have a couple zip lines that go over the lagoon and surrounding jungle. This is a fabulous place to see monkeys in their natural habitat. Bring your camera!


CENOTE #2 and #3: On the way back from Kaan Luum you can make one stop and see 2 cenotes! Just about 1 mile / 2km south of downtown Tulum, you will find Crystal and Escondido cenotes. One on each side of the hwy and each offering something cool. With a diving platform and room to swim, these are a couple easy ones to get close to Tulum.


A craftsman from the village of Guaitil, Santa Cruz, Guanacaste will show you its secrets about the art of Pre-Colombian pottery; original pieces of Chorotega ceramics, unique in Central America with Designation of Origin seal.


The longest zipline in Europe is located on the northwest coast of Portugal, just an hour from the city of Porto, in the village of Ribeira de Pena. The route runs at an altitude of about 150 meters between two mountains. Its name Fantasticable is not given in vain. The dashing flight at speeds of up to 130 km/hour over one and a half kilometers over an indescribably beautiful area places the line among the best ziplines in the world. 041b061a72


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