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Drunken driver hits 17 cars trying to park, troopers say

An Orlando man is accused of being drunk when he slammed into 17 parked vehicles in eight different crashes, troopers said.

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Tony Futch, 25, was trying to park his car Friday at 4 a.m. at the Gate Apartments in Davenport, troopers said.

Troopers said Futch drove his 2003 Blue Chevy Blazer into 17 parked vehicles in eight different crashes while he tried to park his car.

He refused a Breathalyzer for troopers and faces charges of DUI, troopers said.

His license had previously been revoked for DUI on Sept. 3, 2013, troopers said.

Man Facing Charges For Making Truck Look Like Police Vehicle

Man Facing Charges For Making Truck Look Like Police Vehicle

Missouri State Senator Investigated by Secret Service for Post

Missouri State Senator Investigated by Secret Service for Post

Tennessee Congressman To File Articles Of Impeachment

Tennessee Congressman To File Articles Of Impeachment

Atlas V rocket carrying NASA communications satellite launches

A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket blasted off Friday morning from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.

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The rocket delivered into space the TDRS-M communications and data relay satellite for NASA.

The satellite, which was built by Boeing, will allow scientists, engineers and control room staff to access data for missions such as the Hubble Space Telescope and the International Space Station.

Visitor Bruce Tollefson said he traveled to Brevard County one day early to witness the launch.

"We are here in town to catch a cruise ship tomorrow, and the launch is this morning," he said. "I thought I would come down a little earlier and see it."

A 40-minute launch window opened at 8:03 a.m., but the rocket didn't launch until 8:29 a.m.

Dog Bought At Pet Store Dies 11 Days Later, Woman Denied Refund

Dog Bought At Pet Store Dies 11 Days Later, Woman Denied Refund

SeaWorld Loses Another Orca

SeaWorld Loses Another Orca

Investigators discover true identity for NH serial killer, seek more tips

A serial killer known by the FBI under several aliases, and who died in prison in 2010, has finally been identified, according to the New Hampshire Attorney General's Office.

The man believed to be responsible for at least 6 deaths was referred to by the FBI as Robert ‘Bob’ Evans, but has been identified as Terry Peder Rasmussen.

Police say Rasmussen was born in 1943 in Denver, Colorado and lived in Colorado and Arizona before he eventually enlisted in the Navy and later made his way to New Hampshire.

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It was while he was living in New Hampshire that police say he was responsible for the murders of three unidentified children and one unidentified woman found in barrels in Bear Brook State Park. The Barrels were found in 1985 and 2000, though police say they were likely dumped there in the late 1970s.

>>AG: Man who killed woman, 3 children in Allenstown also killed missing Manchester woman

Police say Rasmussen worked as an electrician at Waumbec Mills during that time and likely left New Hampshire with Denise Beaudin – a woman who hasn’t been seen since – around 1981.

The identity of Evans/Rasmussen and his connection to crimes in New Hampshire became apparent late last year when a woman named ‘Lisa’ discovered her true identity as the daughter of Denise Beaudin. She had been abandoned by Rasmussen in a California trailer park shortly after he disappeared from New Hampshire in the 1980s.

According to court documents, Rasmussen – under an alias – agreed to give up custody or ‘Lisa’ and serve time in prison in exchange for police dropping molestation charges against him.

In a press release issued Friday morning, police now say Rasmussen was discharged from the Navy in 1967 and was married in Hawaii before his wife gave birth to twin girls, a son and another daughter.

According to the New Hampshire Attorney General's Office, Rasmussen’s wife left him in 1974 and took the children with her. Police say his former wife and four children are alive and accounted for.

With this identification, police say they hope tips will help fill in the remaining gaps about Rasmussen’s whereabouts in the late 1970s and the identity of the woman and children found dead in barrels in New Hampshire.

>>New England's Unsolved: The Allenstown Murders

Dog Found 2 Years After Being Lost During Windstorm

Dog Found 2 Years After Being Lost During Windstorm

Houston Officer Arrested for DWI Once Posted Risque Photos

Houston Officer Arrested for DWI Once Posted Risque Photos
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