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Briefs: Girl, 3, falls from window of Wesley Chapel home


Child falls from window onto driveway

A 3-year-old girl fell from a second-story window in Lexington Oaks on Tuesday afternoon, authorities said. The incident occurred about 2 p.m. at 5406 Silver Charm Terrace, Sheriff's Office spokesman Kevin Doll said. The child crawled out of an open window onto a roof and fell 8 to 10 feet onto a concrete driveway. Doll said she was flown to a hospital as a precaution with non-life-threatening injuries.


Man stabs woman in face during fight

A woman was stabbed in the face Tuesday afternoon during an argument with her ex-boyfriend, the Sheriff's Office said. Her injuries were not life-threatening, spokesman Kevin Doll said, and she was taken to a local hospital. The suspect fled the scene at 2035 Cemetery Road in a car. Deputies were searching for him, Doll said. The names of the victim and suspect were not released.


Talent show auditions Jan. 3

Auditions for the Chasco Fiesta Talent Search show will be held 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Jan. 3 at Richey Suncoast Theatre, 6237 Grand Blvd. Singers, dancers, musicians, bands, comedians and other artistic performers ages 5 through 25 are eligible. Those chosen will perform at Chasco Fiesta in Sims Park at 11 a.m. on March 22. Performers should prepare a three-minute audition. Bring music on CD only. Register for an appointment by sending a request by e-mail to or call (727) 842-7651. Performers should visit, click on Talent Search and print an application form, fill out and take it to the audition. Ages 17 and younger must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Walk-ons are welcome.

Pasco deaths

Adkins, S.P.

Beewar, Wesley B.

Diehl, Troy

Kern, Rick

Molnar, Olga

Prevatt, Robert

Smith, Arthur J.

Tipton, Christine V.

Waddle, Larry

Worker, George William

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