Deputies entered the cell and cut Vega down from the sheet. He did not respond, and they called 911 while attempting to revive him with a defibrillator and CPR. When an EMS crew arrived, they took over the CPR and transported Vega to Florida Hospital Heartland in Sebring. The hospital staff declared Vega dead after failing to revive him. Deputies searched Vega's cell and found two plastic spoons with sharpened ends, which were apparently used to force the torn ends of the bedsheet into the small circular openings of the air return vent they were tied to, the news release said. They also found a noose in a pillowcase. “Pedro Vega had a history of escape and escape attempts. In fact he tried to escape custody when he was in the hospital last week,” Polk Sheriff Grady Judd said in the statement. “He appears not to have wanted to spend the rest of his life in prison for his many heinous crimes, including murder. He was a very violent man on a mission to escape, and ultimately he did.” On Wednesday, Vega fatally stabbed his aunt, Rosa Vega, 14 times, and critically stabbed his father, Pedro Vega Sr., at least 20 times, in their home at 1614 Davenport Blvd.
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The unidentified woman escaped in both instances before police could apprehend her. “We want to know who she is, we want to get her off the streets,” Juanita Navarro of the Los Angeles ชุดผ้าปูที่นอน ลายลิขสิทธิ์ County Sheriff’s Department said by telephone. The woman entered the boutique in West Hollywood, just outside Los Angeles, shortly before noon shouting “Stay away from Cuba” as she pointed a handgun at an employee, the Sheriff’s Department said in a statement. She knocked items off the counter and pointed the firearm at a second employee and then walked out, it said. The Sheriff’s Department declined to identify the store, but Los Angeles television stations reported it was the DASH boutique. Sisters Kim Kardashian West and Khloé and Kourtney Kardashian, best known from the television program “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” and its spin-off shows, own the store, according to the boutique’s website. A Sheriff’s Department helicopter took part in the search for the woman but could not find her. Television reporters arrived at the boutique after the initial threat made against employees and were there to capture the woman on video when she returned, armed with a machete. “The Kardashians will be executed if they step on Communist territory,” the woman shouted while holding up the machete, footage from Los Angeles television station FOX 11 showed. The Sheriff’s Department statement confirmed the agitated woman captured on news footage, who was wearing a jacket with white skulls and a bandana wrapped around her forehead, was the same suspect who had earlier entered the store with the gun. Video footage shows the woman turning toward a cameraman to ask if he wanted to “get stabbed,” before shoving the machete into a gap in the boutique’s front entrance and walking away.ผ้าปูที่นอนราคาส่ง