By Claire Z. Cardona and Loyd Brumfield
Updated at 8:40 a.m. to indicate that the child has died.
Sarbesh Gurung (Denton Police Department)
A 2-year-old boy reported missing in Denton was found dead in a vehicle Wednesday morning.
Denton police made the announcement during a news conference shortly after Sarbesh Gurung’s body was found.
The vehicle was in “pretty close proximity” to where Sarbesh lived, Denton Police Chief Frank Dixon said.
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Students from North Crowley High School and North Texas police officers gathered on Wednesday to take part in the first ‘Be Safe: How to Interact Safely With Police’ seminar held in Texas.
On Wednesday afternoon, students from North Crowley High School and police officers from Crowley, Mansfield, and Fort Worth sat down to have lunch together and learn from one another. They were participants in the first ‘Be Safe: How to Interact Safely With Police’ seminar held in Texas.
“There are people with autism and other intellectual differences in this community,” explained Thomas Iland, an autism self-advocate and trainer with Be Safe, a program started by Island’s mother. “We’re quick to say train the police. Why didn’t the police know what to do? But the other side of the coin is, what did the young person not know that could have made that interaction a little bit better?”
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By Doug Delony
The app ReplyASAP makes text messages, “unmissable between people that matter, since important messages shouldn’t be missed,” says its creator, Nick Hebert.
The app can freeze your child’s phone and even sound an alarm in silent mode. It essentially forces teenagers to stop what they are doing and reply to their worried parents, reports PureWow.
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