A carnival worker was busted for sexually abusing a 7-year-old girl while helping her onto a carousel at a Long Island fair, police said Thursday.
Louis Shelton, a 50-year-old Pennsylvania man, was strapping the girl onto the carousel at Dreamland Amusements carnival at Lake Grove’s Smith Haven Mall around 7 p.m. Wednesday when her mother allegedly saw him touch her inappropriately, cops said.
“He was putting her on the carousel, strapping her in,” said Suffolk County police Detective Sgt. Joseph Isnardi. “He basically touched her in a spot where he had no reasonable reason to be there … There’s no reason for his hand to have touched what it touched.”
The girl’s mom called 911 and police arrested Shelton at the park shortly afterward. He was charged with first-degree sexual abuse and endangering the welfare of a child, police said.
Dreamland Amusements, a Lake Tahoe, Nevada-based company, could not immediately be reached for comment.
Butter can make even the blandest piece of toast taste good. But, when you cut some from a rock hard stick of butter it isn’t easy to spread and can end up ruining your breakfast. So, is it safe to keep your butter out of the fridge so that you can easily spread it on your toast in the morning and get out the door?
You’re probably thinking, “Butter is dairy, there’s no way I can leave it out on the counter.” You’re actually wrong; you don’t need to refrigerate butter. The USDA listed butter as the only dairy food that is safe to keep in a power outage. Although if that happens, you will want to take note of these surprising items you need to refrigerate.
In the movie, a young nurse downloads an app that tells her she only has three days to live. With time ticking away and a mysterious figure haunting her, she must find a way to save her life before time runs out. Justin Dec wrote and directs Countdown. John Rickard (Rampage,
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Once Upon a Time alum Elizabeth Lail has been tapped to star in STXfilms’ Countdown, a horror film written and directed by Justin Dec. John Rickard, Sean Anders, John Morris, and Zack Schiller are producing the project.
Lail, who is set to star opposite Penn Badgley in the first season of Lifetime’s hit psychological thriller drama You, will play a young nurse who downloads an app that claims to predict exactly when a person is going to die. It tells her she only has three days to live. With time ticking away and a mysterious figure haunting her, she must find a way to save her life before time runs out.
STXfilms’ Drew Simon and Catherine Hagedorn overseeing the production on behalf of the studio, which is coming off of a big box office win with its $100+ million dollars grossing film The Upside