Facebook Live video shows just what happens when you overdose on heroin

BOSTON – A Facebook Live video from Dorchester shows a couple in a car shooting up and the life and death struggle that follows.

Posted on Wednesday just before 5:30 p.m. in Dorchester, a man walks up to confront a couple about using drugs in his neighborhood.

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Girl who encouraged boyfriend to commit suicide convicted of involuntary manslaughter

In 2014, 18-year-old Conrad Roy III was found dead in his car. The teen had killed himself by carbon monoxide poisoning from running a portable generator in his vehicle without ventilation. What’s even more disturbing about this teen suicide is that it appears to have been encouraged by Roy’s then 17-year-old girlfriend, Michelle Carter. She actively encouraged him to take his own life minutes before his death and the days leading up to it. Prosecutors showed that when Roy attempted to exit his vehicle, which was full of carbon monoxide, Carter spoke to him on the phone and told him to get back in.

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Teacher kissing student in classroom Video released

BOCA RATON, Fla. (CBS12) — *Warning- video includes content that people may find inappropriate*

The video evidence against a teacher accused of kissing students in his classroom has been released by Boca Raton police.

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The video evidence against a teacher accused of kissing students in his classroom has been released by Boca Raton police.

Police arrested Kornbluth back in February. Investigators said the surveillance video from the Somerset Academy charter school captured the fourth-grade teacher kissing a 10-year-old boy on the lips.

The video came to light after a teacher told the principal that Kornbluth requested certain male students be scheduled to attend his class. The teacher called the behavior, “suspicious.” Police said the boy’s sister told police that she and her brother went to Kornbluth’s classroom to get gummy bears when he kissed both of them on the lips. Kornbluth, according to the arrest report, admitted to kissing the boy but not the girl.

Attorney Kristine Rosendahl said her client is not currently teaching, but he plans to continue his career as an educator at a different school. She said Kornbluth is allowed to do that while on probation.