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Young brothers create Fly Guy Brand an edgy, creative new clothing line

Young brothers create Fly Guy Brand an edgy, creative new clothing line

Bullz Eye Ent is proud to represent Fly Guy Brand clothing, an innovative clothing line created by Austin, 16, and Preston, 11, Anguilm -- brothers from Centennial, Colorado who are ready to take on the world of fashion.

They started the clothing line to supplement their weekly allowances and three years later, Fly Guy Brand is on the way to becoming a household name.

Deputies: 18-year-old murdered his grandmother

He's just a tall, skinny kid, but investigators say tall, skinny 18-year-old Brandon Machetto killed his grandmother, 74-year-old Sylvia Schmitt, stuffed her body into her SUV, and drove around with it for hours until deputies pulled him over.

"Inside we found Mrs. Schmitt, deceased," said Pasco County Sheriff, Chris Nocco.

Family friend Ron Hall taught Brandon martial arts for almost 8 years and said Brandon didn't start out as a troubled child.

Family wants "justice" for boy, 9, killed by van last week

Hudson, FL -- The family of a little boy killed after a van veered off the road last week in Land O' Lakes, is now speaking out about the tragedy.

Family hit by van while walking dog

LAND O' LAKES, Florida -- A boy and a dog were killed and several other family members injured after they were struck while walking along a road by a truck Wednesday morning.

Jorge Cruz, 9, was taken to Bayonet Point Hospital where he died from his injuries. His mother, Anita Pallares, 33, is being treated at Bayonet Point. Another son, David Cruz, 7, was airlifted to St. Joseph's Hospital in Tampa and is in stable condition .

Mom claims child was left at Pasco bus stop

Land O' Lakes, Florida — A mother claims her son was left waiting at the bus stop for more than an hour.

Melissa Vega put her 10-year-old son, Jayden, on the bus for summer school Tuesday morning, something she says didn't happen just the day before.

"Yesterday he sat at this bus stop for an hour and a half in the heat and the bus never showed up," said Vega.

The mother of two says she dropped Jayden off at the bus stop at 8:05 Monday morning, expecting the bus to be there by 8:20.

Cadence Bank Family Fun Day event

Cadence Bank located at 4010 Little Road in Trinity is having a Family Fun Day on Saturday, June 21st from 11am – 2pm to celebrate the start of summer.

The event is open to the public and is free to attend. Kids will enjoy a bounce house, face painting, mini golf and kids games, touring a Pasco County Fire Truck, hot dogs and more.

Family of autistic boy slapped on bus hires Jose Baez

Port Richey, Florida -- The family of a child with autism who was slapped by a bus assistant has hired high-profile attorney Jose Baez.

It's video that's hard to watch. A bus aide slapping a child with autism not once but multiple times on June 3.

Three suspects caught in violent Port Richey home invasion

Port Richey, Florida -- A homeowner fought off several suspects by firing a shotgun during a violent home invasion where the suspects beat a couple and threatened a baby. One suspect remains at large.

The Pasco County Sheriff's Office said that three of the suspects -- Joseph Rich, and brothers Michael Reverdes and Steven Reverdes -- are in custody. Deputies say the targets of the home invasion were cash, prescription drugs and pills during the incident on Gawain Road.

Pasco Fire Rescue employee fired for marijuana

Zephyrhills, Florida -- A Pasco County Fire Rescue employee is out of a job after admitting that a small amount of marijuana belonged to him.

Driver-engineer/paramedic Edward Haberle worked at Fire Station 16 in Zephyrhills and was immediately relieved of duty, according to a county press release Monday.

Haberle has been with the Pasco County Fire Department since Oct. 5, 2003.

"Pasco has a zero tolerance policy for illegal drugs, and drug use is not tolerated," the county release said.

Missing and endangered Pasco man

Pasco Sheriff's deputies are searching for an 80-year-old New Port Richey man who was last seen at about 3 p.m. on Monday, June 9th.

Andrew J. Grenier suffers from dementia and is described as having gray hair, blue eyes, a thin build, is about 5 feet 3 inches tall and weighs 120 pounds.

He was last seen wearing a gray shirt, blue shorts, and sandals. Grenier was driving a 2003 Tan Chevrolet Astro van, FL tag L334LQ.