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DAYTONA BEACH -- The mother who left her two children unattended in a small pool told police her 5-year-old son drowned his sister, a story killed Wednesday by the publisher of the Daytona Beach News-Journal, according to a Flagler County online newspaper.

FlaglerLive.com today reported the publisher's phone call to kill the story. NSBNews.net broke the story Wednesday night on the brother's possible involvement in his little sister's drowning, based on police reports. Here's the link to the Flagler Live report: http://flaglerlive.com/21090/news-journal-drowning.

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Editor's Note: The age of the boy has been corrected for this story due to erroneous information initially released by police to the media.

DAYTONA BEACH -- Police suspect a 5-year-old boy might have been involved in the drowning of his 3-year-old sister Tuesday after the siblings were left unattended when the mother went to the bathroom.

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DAYTONA BEACH – A 3-year-old girl drowned this afternoon in an inflatable pool while the mother left her alone wih her 4-year-old brother to go to the bathroom in what police said appears to be a “tragic accident.”

Victoria Cunningham was found dead about 5:41 p.m. in an inflatable pool in the garage of a home at 808 Derbyshire Road.

Cunningham was in the garage with her 4-year-old brother, who was not injured. Police said the brother’s name was not available.

The mother, Tonya Causey, 38, told police she had left the children in an inflatable pool in the garage while she used the bathroom. When she returned, the 3-year-old was under water, police said. The inflatable pool appeared to be 8- to 10-feet long, with less than 2 feet of water inside.

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Courtesy photo by Lauren Buzinski / Army Spc. Keith T. Buzinski lost his life on the battlefied Thursday in Afghanistan. He is the epitome of the American hero.  Here is a link to Americans killed in action in Afghanistan http://icasualties.org/oef/

DAYTONA BEACH – Army Spc. Keith T. Buzinski of Daytona Beach was killed when his unit in Afghanistan was attacked by small arms fire, the Department of Defense confirmed Saturday. He was 26 years old when he lost his life.

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Courtesy photo / Douglas Gordon is being held without bail at the Volusia County Branch Jail on an aggravated battery charge accusing him of shooting his girlfriend in the head.

DAYTONA BEACH -- A woman was shot in the jaw by her live-in boyfriend early today when he walked in their bedroom and said their relationship was on the rocks, Daytona Beach police said.

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. --Four people displace by a fire that damaged a s mall apartment house in the 600 block of South Ridgewood Avenue received help from the American Red Cross today.

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Courtesy photos / A puppy rescued in a house fire receives some TLC and oxygen from Daytona Beach firefighters.
DAYTONA BEACH -- After pulling a puppy from a fire Saturday, firefighters treated the animal with an oxygen and recovery mask made for pets.

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Courtesy photo / The threat of wildfires is strong, despite recent rainfall, officials warn.

DAYTONA BEACH -- Firefighters got a 4-acre brushfire under control today with the help of Volusia County Sheriff's Office Helicopter and the Florida Department of Forestry.

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Courtesy photos / Everett Gonzalez, shown at far left, along with Steven Michael Rankin are inccarcerated on charges related to a meth lab in Daytona Beach. Click on the attachment below to read the full police report.
 

DAYTONA BEACH – Police responding to a complaint of a missing juvenile busted a methamphetamine lab Saturday and arrested three people, including the teen girl reported missing who stuffed drugs in her bra and bit one of the ooficers telling him she hoped he got rabies, according to a police report.

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DAYTONA BEACH – Public swimming returns today at the Cypress Aquatic Center.

A performance by Champion Elementary School’s “Stomp Team” kicks off the spring season at 1 p.m. Public swimming will continue until 4 p.m.

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