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Mom gets 115 years for oatmeal-poisoning murder plot related to custody dispute

Booking photo of Heidi Littlefield (Courtesy of the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office in Indiana) CARMEL, Ind. - An Indiana woman was sentenced to 115 years in prison on Oct. 7 for poisoning her ex-boyfriend’s oatmeal and strangling him with a necktie amidst a bitter custody battle, according to reports. Heidi Littlefield was found guilty of murder and two counts of conspiracy to commit murder in the death of her ex-boyfriend Francis Kelley, who was found dead in his Carmel, Indiana home on Jan.

18, 2021, WXIN-TV in Indianapolis reported Monday.FOX Television Stations reached out to the Carmel Police Department and submitted a public records request Tuesday.Yahoo! News reported Friday that Littlefield’s sentence equates to 60 years for murder, 35 years for conspiracy to commit murder resulting in death, and 20 years for conspiracy to commit murder not resulting in death for other failed attempts to poison Kelley.According to the Indianapolis Star, police accused Littlefield of trying to kill Kelley on multiple occasions between October 2020 and January 2021.Court documents obtained by WXIN-TV reveal that Littlefield plotted with her 23-year-old daughter, Logan Runyon, to kill Kellye. The news outlet reported that Kelley and Littlefield were involved in a custody dispute over a 2-year-old child they share.

It was during this time that Littlefield began plotting his murder.The Indianapolis Star reported on Aug. 24 that Littlefield worked with Runyon to buy fentanyl from drug dealers in Ohio. Littlefield also gave her daughter's ex-boyfriend, Robert Walker, $2,500 to hire someone to kill Kelley.

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Uvalde High School wins first home football game of the season
UVALDE, Texas - A packed crowd turned out Friday night to show their Coyote pride as Uvalde High School played its home opener against Eagle Pass Winn, winning 34-28.Fans filled the stadium to support the Coyotes, a brief celebration amid the pain following the May 24 mass shooting at Robb Elementary School that killed 19 children and two teachers. "This town has been through a lot of heartache and pain," Roland Ramirez, head athletic trainer for the Houston Texans and a 1997 Uvalde High School alum, said to KSAT. Ramirez told KSAT he understands what it means to be "Uvalde strong." "One heartbeat and one community, and they are all here for one another and know each other, support each other, and that’s what this town is all about," he said.The Coyotes are now 2-0 this season, having won their season opener against Carrizo Springs.Uvalde High School also recently received new jerseys, pants, cleats, socks, gloves and other gear provided by Nike thanks to the Texans, who also paid for the team dinner Thursday night. Head Coach Lovie Smith, linebacker Kamu Grugier-Hill, linebacker Christian Kirksey, and Ramirez went to Uvalde to support the high school football team.The Texans will also be debuting a "Uvalde strong" decal on their helmets at their home opener against the Indianapolis Colts on Sept.
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Uber to expand ride reservation feature at airports ahead of busy summer travel season
FILE - An Uber sticker is seen on a car windshield on the street in downtown Miami on January 9, 2020. (Photo by EVA MARIE UZCATEGUI/AFP via Getty Images) Uber is preparing for a busy summer travel season by expanding its ride reservation feature to a total of 55 airports worldwide, including 39 airports in the United States.Uber Reserve allows users to book rides up to 30 days in advance and will automatically adjust reservation times based on flight information to ensure drivers are waiting at the airport when a flight lands. Drivers will wait up to 60 minutes at no additional charge.DOMESTIC FLIGHT PRICES INCREASED 47% SINCE JANUARYThe feature is currently available for Black and Black SUV vehicles at airports in Atlanta; Charleston, South Carolina; Charlotte, North Carolina; Chicago (O'Hare and Midway); Dallas (DFW and Love); Denver; Fort Myers, Florida; Houston (IAH and Hobby); Miami (MIA, Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach); Nashville, Tennessee; New Orleans; New York (JFK and LaGuardia); Orlando, Florida; Philadelphia; Phoenix; Seattle; and Washington D.C.