Doctors didn’t think he’d live... and if he did by some chance survive, they didn’t think he’d ever walk or speak again. Now 21 months later, not only is Jackson walking on his own - he sounded out his first words since the 2017 crash.
The two-piece bedroom suite, “handcarved in the 1950s," was posted on the store’s Facebook page Tuesday afternoon. However, one of the pieces comes with a ghostly warning from the previous owner... the highboy is haunted.
Deputies say he picked up a 13-year-old girl under the pretense that he was taking her and others out to eat. However, before picking up the other members of their party he reportedly took the girl back to his home.
According to the warrant, he hosted children at his home in Gastonia on numerous occasions. The warrant states he has a basketball court, trampoline, pool and “other toys seemingly to attract children to his residence.”
The video shows the man, identified by CMPD as 26-year-old Alex William Freudenberg, launch off the end of the canopy, landing on his back on a white sedan before sliding off the car into the street as cars drive by.
The committee, appointed by House Speaker Tim Moore in February, planned to make a formal, public introduction of its proposal on Thursday but previewed their recommendations exclusively with WBTV during On Your Side Tonight with Jamie Boll.
The autopsy states Parsons' cause of death was "homicidal violence of undetermined means." The coroner wrote "we cannot exclude the possibility of a terminal blunt force injury, suffocation or strangulation."
A video of a mother and son dancing in a talent show at a Charlotte high school is going viral after the school posted it to social media. The video shows Myers Park High School guidance counselor Ginny Jenkins and her son Scott dancing for the talent show Thursday night benefiting Susan G. Komen. Jenkins says she can't believe the reaction the video is receiving online. As of 4 p.m. Friday, the video already had more than 19,000 shares, 10,000 interactions and 1,300 comments...