Teen Survives DUI Crash, Solar Eclipse; Milkman Murder

In West Palm Beach, Florida, several reported incidents contained in the most-viewed videos over the past week are making headlines. Among these are the identification of Thomas Williams as the perpetuator of the 1968 ‘Milkman Homicide,’ the oldest cold case in the history of the Indian River County Sheriff’s Office. Hiran ‘Ross’ Grayam, the victim, was a decorated veteran and Purple Heart recipient who went missing while doing his rounds for Borden Milk Company.

Community support is also swelling for a 16-year-old girl injured in a near-fatal DUI crash in Jupiter Farms, Florida. The teenager, Makayla Mullins, was celebrating her sweet 16 when the crash happened. Ryan McCue, the 37-year-old driver responsible for the crash, currently faces charges including DUI, child neglect causing bodily harm, and hit-and-run.

In Tequesta, Florida, 103-year-old Pearl Harbor survivor Harry Chandler is gearing up for the annual Wisdom Warrior Challenge. Despite his age, Chandler is adamant about staying active, and he is seen carrying out his training routine several times a day.

In other news, a man who was secretly filming a woman in a restroom is being investigated by the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office. CBS12 previously reported that the unidentified man was spotted peeping on women inside a bathroom at Lake Worth Beach.

News has also emerged of Emmanuel Espinoza, a 21-year-old pre-med student from the University of Florida, who is now in custody after fatally stabbing his mother in Polk County. At a family gathering in Frostproof, Florida, Espinoza reportedly stabbed his mother, Elvia Espinoza, several times upon arriving.

Lastly, West Palm Beach sits in anticipation of the upcoming partial solar eclipse. The once-in-a-lifetime celestial event will display 50% of the sun, beginning at 1:48 p.m. on Monday and reaching maximum visibility around 3:03 p.m. Public safety advisories remind viewers never to observe the sun directly during an eclipse without appropriate eye protection. Regular and polarized sunglasses do not provide sufficient protection.

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