July 16 UPI -- A Minnesota police department confirmed officers are now using drones to catch people going nude or topless at an area beach. The Golden Valley Police Department confirmed officers working with Minneapolis Parks Police used a drone to catch beachgoers in the act of going partially or fully nude at Twin Lake, just west of Theodore Wirth Park, after numerous complaints. Witnesses said they spotted the drone in the sky shortly before police arrived and took information from then-clothed beach visitors for potential citations. Kristian Calbert, a beachgoer who was cited for topless sunbathing, said she was unaware that the beach was a part of the Minneapolis Park System. She said there are no signs posted at the beach that mention the park system or rules against nudity. I'm like, you say it's a sexual organ but it's not.
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Police have arrested and charged a man over the alleged rape and murder of his sister after he was found attempting to perform CPR on her body at home in Washington state. Sign up today for the best stories straight to your inbox. Michael Battersby, 51, was hauled into custody by officers on Tuesday after being taken from the home he shared with his year-old sister in Washington state, The Seattle Times reported. Officials raced to the home after being alerted and found Battersby attempting to give CPR to his sister, Diana Schuler. It was initially thought that she had died from natural causes, but officers started to carry out further investigations after they found notes on her computer screen.
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Police responded to a call over the weekend and found an unresponsive woman inside. Upon arrival, deputies saw Michael A. The man told police they shared the home together. Battersby claimed he found Schuler submerged in water in a bathtub and called He allegedly added that he left home at around p.
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