North Carolina man arrested in fatal road-rage killing of Pennsylvania mom of 6

North Carolina police have arrested a man they say gunned down a mother of six during an alleged road attack late last week, officials said Thursday.

Dejywan R. Floyd, a 29-year-old Lumberton, N.C., man was arrested shortly after 12:30 a.m. Thursday, the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office said. He has been charged with first-degree murder and discharging a weapon into an occupied property in connection with the senseless shooting of Pennsylvania mom Julie Eberly.

Eberly, 47, was on her way to Hilton Head, S.C., with her husband, Ryan, to meet with friends and celebrate their seventh wedding anniversary, relatives previously told Fox News.

The couple was traveling near the area of Interstate 95’s Exit 22 around 11:40 a.m. on March 25 when what started as an exciting day took a turn for the worst. Investigators determined Floyd grew angry after “the victim’s vehicle came close to the suspect vehicle during a merge into a lane,” according to a post on the sheriff’s office Facebook page.

Floyd then pulled his vehicle alongside the Eberlys’ passenger side, rolled his window down and “fired multiple shots into the passenger door,” police said.

He struck Julie Eberly one time and, according to witnesses, “sped off and exited at Exit 22,” officials said.

Lawsuit accuses Tucson priests of sexually abusing minors in southern Arizona

A third victim has come forward in a federal lawsuit accusing Catholic priests of sexual abuse of minors across southern Arizona in the 1970s and 1980s.

Initially filed in December, the lawsuit claims that the Tucson Diocese and Los Angeles Archdiocese covered up abuse and moved priests around instead of reporting them to law enforcement.

The racketeering lawsuit was filed following a change to the Arizona Child Victims Act, which increases the statute of limitations for survivors of childhood sexual abuse from age 20 to 30 and allowed adults older than 30 to file claims up until Dec. 31, 2020.

Just before the December deadline, hundreds of civil lawsuits were filed in Arizona courts by people who said they suffered abuse as children in Arizona

COVID Executive Order Limits Malpractice Lawsuits

Changes made during the early stages of the pandemic are having long-lasting effects on the legal system.Back then, Gov. JB Pritzker signed an executive order to make it harder to sue health care providers for wrongdoing. That was supposed to protect providers amid a surge of COVID-19 cases.

One central Illinois couple says they had a terrible experience at one health care facility, but because of the governor’s order, they can’t find an attorney who will take their case.

I Fought an Insurance Company in a Slip-and-Fall Case. Here’s What I Learned

This winter, after I lost my footing and shattered my arm on an icy sidewalk, I knew I faced a grueling physical recovery. What I didn’t anticipate was the weeks of wrangling with an insurance company for what was ultimately a modest settlement. My slip-and-fall homeowners insurance saga offers lessons in case you, too, ever tumble to injury on snow, wet leaves, or another hazard.

My mishap happened in front of someone’s house on a January Minneapolis evening, as I was walking my twelve-year-old dog. The fall broke both the bones in my right lower arm, and a titanium plate and screws were required to put the larger bone back together. I lost about two months of work and a major gig, and I’m still

Car Crash Statistics

A common occurrence, yet and still something most drivers try to avoid, a car crash affects all parties involved. Car crashes can range from a mere inconvenience or a life-altering event. On the more drastic side, it could end in thousands of dollars spent in repairs, medical bills or even have a fatal outcome.

Defensive driving is recommended by experts for all drivers. It is important to take proper precautions while on the road to keep yourself and those around you safe. But unfortunately, no matter how competent a driver one may be, there are times when a car crash is unavoidable.

Car crash statistics:
About three million people in the US are injured every year in car accidents, according to the Center for Disease Control (CDC).

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