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LOS ANGELES — Rap producer Marion “Suge” Knight and comedian Micah “Katt” Williams

were arrested Wednesday on suspicion of stealing a camera from a female photographer,

the L.A. County District Attorney’s Office said.

They were each charged with one count of robbery.

The incident allegedly occurred outside a studio in Beverly Hills on September 5.

The camera was allegedly stolen from an independent celebrity photographer.

Williams was arrested in Inglewood Wednesday morning. Knight was arrested Wednesday

in Las Vegas.

Prosecutors plan to ask for $1 million bail for Knight and $75,000 bail for Williams,

according to the DA’s Office.

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LAS VEGAS — Former major league slugger Jose Canseco is recovering after shooting

himself in the hand at his Las Vegas home.

Metro police Lt. Mark Reddon says officers responded to a call of an accidental shoot-

ing shortly after 2:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Reddon says Cansecotold police he was cleaning his gun in the kitchen when it fired,

shooting a finger on his left hand. He was taken to University Medical Center of

Southern Nevada.

Agent Jose Melendez says Canseco was resting at home Wednesday, and friends and

family were hoping his finger would respond well to a surgery.

Canseco played 17 years in the major leagues, starring for the Oakland Athletics as

one of the “Bash Brothers” in the late 1980s. He was part of the A’s 1989 World Series

championship team and last played for the Chicago White Sox in 2001.

The right-handed outfielder and designated hitter had 462 career home runs and was

a six-time All-Star. He also played for Texas, Boston, Toronto, Tampa Bay and the

New York Yankees.

He later admitted to performance-enhancing drug use, with his 2005 book,

“Juiced: Wild Times, Rampant ‘Roids, Smash Hits & How Baseball Got Big,”

amplifying MLB’s doping issues.

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NORTHEAST PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — Police say a woman was stabbed in an

apparent domestic incident inside a Northeast Philadelphia hotel.

It happened at the Ramada Hotel located along the 11500 block of the Roosevelt Boulevard.

Officers and paramedics responded to the hotel shortly after 5:00 p.m. Wednesday after

receiving a report of a woman stabbed in the lobby.

She was taken to the hospital in stable condition.

Police say the incident appears to be domestic but no word what led up to the stabbing.

The male suspect fled the scene.

Police continue to investigate.

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LOS ANGELES — Lakers rookie forward Julius Randle, the team’s top draft choice in June, broke his right leg midway through the fourth quarter of Tuesday night’s 108-90 loss to the Houston Rockets.

The Lakers said the initial diagnosis by team doctors at Staples Center was a broken tibia. Randle was to undergo further evaluation, and the Lakers said they would provide an update on his status Wednesday.

A source told’s Ramona Shelburne that Randle suffered a clean break of the tibia and was having surgery Wednesday morning.

A timetable for Randle’s recovery won’t be known until he’s evaluated after surgery. But the Lakers’ initial fear was that he’d miss 4-6 months, according to sources.

“It is heartbreaking, because I saw him all summer,” coach Byron Scott said. “I saw the work that he was putting in. I saw the progression that he was making, the steps that he was taking to get better. And his first game, he goes down. I don’t think anybody in that locker room is happy about the way we played, but we’re even more saddened about the fact that we lost one of our young guys.”

Randle, the 19-year-old former University of Kentucky standout who was selected seventh overall in June, was driving to the basket when his right foot buckled and he collapsed on the court. Scott said he was told that other players heard a “pop” when Randle went down.

The Dallas native held his leg for several minutes while medical officials tended to him. The Staples Center crowd fell quiet as a stretcher was brought out, and Randle’s teammates huddled around him beneath the basket. Lakers star Kobe Bryant comforted him and shook his head in disbelief.

“Even for myself, being a veteran and dealing with something like this, it’s tough,” said Bryant, who missed most of last season with two major injuries. “For him being a 19-year-old kid, it’s tough. That’s what we’re here for. We’re here to pick him up and take it day by day.”

“It’s a fluke injury,” he added. “There’s nothing you can do about that. He worked extremely hard, he trained extremely hard. Then something like this happens, so you’ve kind of got to give yourself up to that and control what you can control, and what happens, happens. And now it’s on him to control how he handles this.”

Randle scored two points on 1-for-3 shooting in 14 minutes. Scott said he spoke with the rookie after the game.

“I just told him to stay strong,” Scott said. “Adversity tests the true character of a man. This is some adversity that we’re facing with a young guy being out, and obviously, it’s something that he’s facing. I feel for him. I feel extremely bad for him. He was kind of crying, and I just told him to stay strong and that it’s going to make him a better basketball player.”

Bryant agreed that losing a lottery pick to serious injury during his debut was a hard blow for a rebuilding franchise.

“I think what this franchise has always been good about doing is surrounding young players with players who have come before,” he said. “He has a great cast around him — myself and James Worthy and AC Green and Magic [Johnson]. We’re all here. We’ll help him through this. He’ll come back a basketball player. That’s the goal, is to try to find a silver lining within anything.”

Worthy, whose 1983 rookie season with the Lakers ended prematurely because he broke his leg, tweeted words of encouragement to Randle.

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A 23-year-old mother admitted to being high on marijuana the day her 4-year-old son

was killed in a house fire in Keizer, Oregon.

At a Monday court hearing, prosecutors also revealed that Niya Sosa-Martinez was

previously convicted of child neglect in 2012, involving her son Andre and 6-year-old

daughter who was at school when their home caught fire on Friday.

Sosa-Martinez remained expressionless in court, though she did tear up when she was

formally charged with second-degree manslaughter and endangering the welfare of a


The Marion County District Attorney says Sosa-Martinez confessed to being high on

marijuana the afternoon her home in the Susan Court Apartment erupted in flames.

Investigators have not yet released the cause of the fire, but prosecutors say they have

enough evidence to prove Sosa Martinez recklessly caused the death of her son.

Neighbors also gave conflicting reports on Sosa-Martinez’s behavior as firefighters

tried and failed to save her son.

‘The worst part about it, she didn’t show any emotions,’ neighbor Dianne Petrovich told

Fox 12. ‘She went over and sat in the gazebo and was texting on her phone while every-

body was trying to get in and get her child.’

Another neighbor, who wished to remain anonymous told KGW: ”She didn’t even seem

distraught,’ he said. ‘It was like she didn’t care. She was on her phone, looking at her

house burn, not screaming, not crying.’

But another neighbor said the mother was clearly upset.

‘The mother was out there just hysterical,’ neighbor Jacob Alvis told KOIN. ‘I mean she

was just so upset, rightfully so.”

Sosa-Martinez’s daughter has since been placed in foster care.

The father of the two children is currently in prison for sex abuse.

A neighbor described 4-year-old Andre as ‘a happy little guy’.

‘It’s just sad, makes you want to cry,’ neighbor Lillian Miller said.

Public records indicate that Sosa-Martinez was convicted of child neglect in 2011, for

an incident involving Andre and her daughter.

At the time, Sosa-Martinez plead guilty

Her lengthy criminal record also contains convictions for theft and marijuana possession.

A judge ordered Sosa-Martinez held without bond on Monday. She is due back in court

for a preliminary hearing on November 3.

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A Pennsylvania baby sitter found herself behind bars facing attempted murder charges

after an infant in her care wound up hospitalized with injuries to police said weren’t

consistent with a fall like the woman said.

Police arrested Lisa Weiler, 32, of Bethel, Pennsylvania on Monday after allegations

of child abuse became apparent.

Berks County Children and Youth Services alerted Pennsylvania State Police to the

possible abuse after a 14-month-old girl landed in Hershey Medical Center with a severe

head injury and bleeding on the brain last Thursday, according to police.

The child remained hospitalized in critical condition Tuesday.

Weiler, who was watching the child at the time of her injury, said that the child struck

her head during a fall inside a home on Frystown Road in Bethel Township, investigators

said. Medical personnel disagreed, so police launched an investigation.

That investigation revealed the injuries appeared to be caused by physical abuse.

A Berks County judge arraigned Weiler on attempted murder, aggravated assault, simple

assault and child abuse charges Monday morning. Weiler remained jailed, unable to

post $500,000 bail, according to court records.

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